Monroe County, MO Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Monroe County vital recordsMonroe County, named after the 5th President James Monroe, has a number of offices and organizations that service the area and provide access to local records and historical documents. The Monroe County Historical Society, for one, operates a Research Center in the county seat of Paris, at 112 South Main in Room #5. The Center has a huge amount of records that are available to the public. The Society has a number of records in an online archive that is open to the public, as well as operating a museum within the Monroe County Courthouse at 300 North Main, also in Paris. Also in the courthouse are the Recorder of Deeds, the office responsible for property and marriage records which date from the year of the county's formation, 1831, to the present, and the Circuit Clerk, the office in charge of court records, both civil and criminal.

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


Monroe County
PO Box 246
Paris, MO 65275
Hours of Operation: 8AM-4:30PM
Phone: 660-327-1131
Fax: 660-327-1130
Assessor: 660-327-5607
Treasurer: 660-327-4711
Elections: 660-327-5106
Recording Officer: Recorder of Deeds
Records Online: Real Estate
Assessor Fax: 660-327-5119

Monroe County Marriage & Divorce Records


Monroe County Birth & Death Records

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