Beaver County, OK Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Beaver County vital recordsBeaver County in the Oklahoma panhandle abuts both Kansas and Texas. Although recording of vital records began 1907, it was not mandated until 1917, and not widespread until the 1940s. Records can be orders by mail or in person from the Beaver County or State Departments of Health, with birth records restricted to immediate family if the person of record is alive. Marriage and divorce records can be ordered from the Beaver Clerk of Courts. Historical records are maintained at the Oklahoma Historical Society. Formed as part of the Cimarron Territory in 1886 and formerly a part of No Man's Land, Beaver County was established upon statehood in 1907.

Beaver County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records


Beaver County
PO Box 338
Beaver, OK 73932-0338
Hours of Operation: 8AM-5PM
Website
Phone: 580-625-3141
Fax: 580-625-3430
Real Estate: 580-625-3418
Assessor: 580-625-3116
Treasurer: 580-625-3161
Elections: 580-625-4742
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Assessor Fax: 580-625-3493
Assessor Address: 111 W 2nd St

Beaver County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Courts
Beaver County - Court Clerks OFC
111 West 2nd
Beaver, OK 73932
Phone: (580)625-3191

Beaver County Birth & Death Records

About Beaver County, Oklahoma


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