Alleghany County, VA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
Alleghany County vital records are available to qualified individuals for $12.00 at the Virginia Department of Health. Death, marriage, and divorce records become public after 50 years, birth records after 100. Alleghany County, Virginia, took its name from the local mountain range. It was formed in 1822 from parts of Botetourt, Bath, and Monroe counties. (Monroe was then a Virginia county, but became part of West Virginia in 1862.) The Census of 1840 records the County's total population (including Covington and what is now Clifton Forge) as 2,749, of which 2,142 were "white free persons," 60 were "free colored persons," and 547 were slaves.
Alleghany County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
PO Box 670
Covington, VA 24426-0670
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-5PM
Real Estate: 540-965-1730
Recording Officer: Clerk of Circuit Court
Note: Now has records for the former Clifton Forge City.
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