Gilmer County, WV Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
Gilmer County was created in 1845 from Lewis and Kanawha Counties and named for Thomas Walker Gilmer. A critic of Henry Clay, he served as Governor of Virginia and in the US House of Representatives. In 1861, representing Gilmer, Calhoun, and Wirt Counties in the Virginia secession convention, Currence Conrad voted against secession. Birth, death, and marriage records from 1917 to the present are available to family members only from West Virginia's Vital Registration Office, usually for $12. Anyone can obtain birth records older than 100 years and death and marriage records older than 50 years. The Gilmer County Clerk provides vital records before 1917.
Gilmer County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
10 Howard St
Glenville, WV 26351
Hours of Operation: 8AM-12; 1PM-4PM
Real Estate: 304-462-7641
Vital Records: 304-462-7641
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Assessor Fax: 304-462-4923
Gilmer County Marriage & Divorce Records
Gilmer County Birth & Death Records
About Gilmer County, West Virginia
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