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

Monroe County vital recordsFor Monroe County birth, death, and marriage records, visit West Virginia's Health Statistics Center online or in person. Birth records after 100 years, and death and marriage records after 50 years, are usually made public. Public records from 1917 on are available for $12. Family members can obtain non-public records. The Monroe County Clerk provides vital records before 1917, including divorce records. Created in 1799 from Greenbrier County, Monroe County was named for Virginia Governor and US President James Monroe. His Monroe Doctrine affected American foreign policy for generations. Union, the county seat, was so named because troops united there during the French and Indian Wars.

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


Monroe County
PO Box 350
Union, WV 24983
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM EST
Website
Phone: 304-772-3096
Fax: 304-772-4191
Assessor: 304-772-3083
Treasurer: 304-772-3018
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Assessor Fax: 304-772-4087
Assessor Website

Monroe County Marriage & Divorce Records



Monroe County Birth & Death Records

About Monroe County, West Virginia


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