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

Cherokee County vital recordsCherokee County vital records are maintained by the Health Department of the state (Oklahoma City) and the county (Tahlequah). Copies can be ordered for $15 by mail or in person, or online through VitalChek, although records for living persons are restricted. Recordkeeping was initiated in 1907, but it was not mandated until 1917, and compliance was not universal until the 1940s. Marriage and divorce records are available from the Tahlequah clerk of court, and historical records from the Oklahoma Historical Society. Created in 1907 from Cherokee Lands, Cherokee County was the destination of the Georgia Cherokee on the Trail of Tears; Tahlequah was the Cherokee Nation capital.

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


Cherokee County
213 W Delaware, Rm 200
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Hours of Operation: 8AM-4:30PM (Recording hours 8AM-4PM) CST
Phone: 918-456-3171
Fax: 918-458-6508
Real Estate: 918-456-3171
Assessor: 918-456-3201
Treasurer: 918-456-3321
Elections: 918-456-2261
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Records Online: Real Estate, Grantor/Grantee, Deed, Lien, Judgment, Fictitious Name
Assessor Fax: 918-458-6581

Cherokee County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Government Offices
Cherokee Nation - Cherokee Judicial Appeals Tribunal District Court- Cherokee
Courthouse
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: (918)458-9440

Cherokee County Birth & Death Records

About Cherokee County, Oklahoma


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