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

Preston County vital recordsPublic Preston County birth, death, and marriage records are available from the West Virginia Health Statistics Center for $12 (in most cases). Public records ordinarily include birth records older than 100 years and death and marriage records older than 50 years; family members can obtain later records. The Preston County Clerk maintains birth, death, marriage, and divorce records dated before 1917. Preston County was created in 1818 from Monongalia County and named for Virginia Governor James Patton Preston, veteran of the War of 1812. The first European settlers in the area were Dunkards, monastic pacifists from Germany.

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


Preston County
106 W Main St, #103
Kingwood, WV 26537
Hours of Operation: 9AM-5PM (Monday open until 7PM) EST
Phone: 304-329-0070
Fax: 304-329-0198
Real Estate: 304-329-0070
Assessor: 304-329-1220
Treasurer: 304-329-0105
Appraiser: 304-329-1220
Elections: 304-329-0070
Vital Records: 304-329-0070
Other: 304-329-0105 (Fax 304-329-3990)
Recording Officer: County Clerk
Assessor Fax: 304-329-1643
Assessor Website

Preston County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Courts
Preston County - Magistrate- Court
328 Tunnelton
Kingwood, WV 26537
Phone: (304)329-3762

Preston County Birth & Death Records

About Preston County, West Virginia


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