Carroll County, MS Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
Carroll County, founded in 1830 and named after Charles Carroll, who at the time was the only surviving person who had signed the Declaration of Independence, keeps all of the areas vital records, with the exceptions of birth, death, and marriage records, with the Chancery Clerk, who also operates as the County Recorder. The Chancery Clerk's office, which is in the town of Carrollton, MS, allows researchers to delve through those records which are open to the public. To research and obtain copies of birth, death, and marriage records, which are not maintained by county offices in Mississippi, interested individuals must contact the Vital Records Division within the State Department of Health, located in the state capitol of Jackson, MS. The division, which has records on file from 1912 to the present, also provides a Vital Statistics page which contains various stats and resources to follow up further.
Carroll County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
Carroll County (1st District)
PO Box 60
Carrollton, MS 38917
Hours of Operation: 8AM-N, 1PM-5PM
Real Estate: 662-237-9217
Recording Officer: Chancery Clerk
Note: Carroll County's 2 recording offices must be searched separately.
Assessor Fax: 662-237-4659
Carroll County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts
Carroll County - Justice Court Clerk
411 Front Street
Vaiden, MS 39176
Carroll County Birth & Death Records
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