Morton County vital documents can be obtained through VitalChek, an online document ordering service that the State has partnered with to make vital document research easier for you. You may also have your request for vital documents such as birth records, death records, marriage records and divorce records through the Kansas Department of Public Health. Information on how to order vital records can be found on the Kansas Department of Health website. For vital records prior to 1911, you can try contacting the Kansas State Historical Society for Historical Research, they can provide you with information regarding older vital documents and where to find them. The Morton County Clerk's office is another place to try and find older vital records usually written in ledgers. Prior to being filed with the state vital documents were recorded in record volumes with the County.
Morton County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce RecordsMorton County
PO Box 756
Elkhart, KS 67950-0756Hours of Operation:
County Register of Deeds Assessor Fax:
Morton County Marriage & Divorce Records - County CourtsCategory:
Clerk District Court
Elkhart, KS 67950Phone:
Morton County Birth & Death Records
About Morton County, Kansas
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