Texas, Wichita County Death Records Index, 1903-1964
The Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers Index is a medium-sized file that holds 15,970 records in within its archive. The records and death certificates in this collection are dated between 1903 and 1964 and were retrieved and are currently administered by the Wichita County Clerk. Individuals can learn more information about the Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers by visiting the Wichita County Clerk website.
Information Available in the Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers Records Index
The Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers index includes basic vital information on individuals who died in Wichita County during this rather narrow time from of about six decades. When available, the record includes a full name of the person, although middle names are not always included. The records also provide a date of death and the location where the death certificate was filed. To make searches as efficient and accurate as possible, the records are all catalogued by a unique identification number as well. In some cases, this website might also offer interesting facts or events that also took place on the precise date of death.
About the Wichita County Clerk
The records of the Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers are currently stored and administered by the Wichita County Clerk. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, or get additional information about the function of this state office, contact the Wichita County Clerk at:
Wichita County Clerk
900 7th Street, Room 250
Wichita Falls, Texas 76301
The Wichita County Clerk provides a wealth of information and public records regarding deaths, births and marriages that have taken place in the county. The office also holds applications for new documentation of these events, as well as marriages, military service and real estate transactions. Requests for certified copies of death certificates from this particular archive can be made in person at the clerk's office in Wichita Falls or by mail. If requesting copies by mail, the clerk's office asks you to please enclose a certified or cashier's check, rather than cash, for your copy. Personal checks will not be accepted.
The Texas, Wichita County Clerk Death Registers in the Wichita County Clerk are recorded in alphabetical order, by the last and then first name of the individual. Interested parties should include a full name of the person, as well as the date of death, when requesting documentation. Enclosing the unique record number will also ensure speed and accuracy in a document request.
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