Hyde County birth and death records since July 1905 are available to eligible individuals, for a fee and with proper identification, at the county Register of Deeds
. For birth records older than 100 years, visit the searchable database
at the South Dakota Department of Health. Marriage records are available beginning in 1890. Hyde County was created from Buffalo County in 1873 and named after James Hyde, a Civil War veteran and an influential pioneer citizen of South Dakota. The Crow Creek Indian Reservation spans Hyde and Buffalo Counties. The 2000 census put the population at just over 91% White and slightly less than 8% Native American.
Hyde County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce RecordsHyde County
PO Box 342
Highmore, SD 57345Hours of Operation:
8AM-N, 1-5PM CSTPhone:
Register of Deeds
Hyde County Marriage & Divorce Records
Hyde County Birth & Death Records
About Hyde County, South Dakota
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