St. Francois County, MO Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

St. Francois County vital recordsSt. Francois County, founded in 1821, was a county that was instrumental in shaping the entire state of Missouri having produced a number of prominent figures and leaders who went on to great success at the state level. The county is named after the nearby St. Francois River, however the exact etymology of the name is not known. The town of Farmington, the first settlement in the county as well as the current largest city, is also the county seat. It is where the Circuit Clerk as well as the Recorder of Deeds are both headquartered. The Circuit Clerk's responsibilities include recording civil cases, such as divorces, and also criminal, while the Recorder maintains marriage records and also issuing licenses, as well as property records and a number others. They recommend the Tapestry system, a paid service, for viewing land records online.

St. Francois County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records


St. Francois County
1 W Liberty, #100
Farmington, MO 63640
Hours of Operation: 8AM-4PM CST
Website
Phone: 573-756-2323
Fax: 573-701-0407
Assessor: 573-756-1878
Treasurer: 573-756-3349
Recording Officer: Recorder of Deeds
Records Online: Real Estate, Deed, Lien
Assessor Fax: 573-756-5687
Assessor Website

St. Francois County Marriage & Divorce Records


St. Francois County Birth & Death Records

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