Stevens County, MN Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Stevens County vital recordsStevens County, founded in 1862, had its first Register of Deeds, the precursor to the modern day County Recorder, 10 years later in 1872. The office has maintained and indexed the county's vital records, which include birth and death records, marriage licenses, property records, as well as military discharge records, since then. For ordering certified records online, Stevens County refers the MN Dept of Health's Office of the State Registrar, which provides birth and death certificates from 1935 to the present for every county in Minnesota. To get copies of records from prior to 1935, individuals will need to go to the Stevens County Recorder's office in person, on 400 Colorado Ave in Morris, MN. For research purposes, the Stevens County Historical Society operates a research center, also in Morris, that is open from Monday to Friday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM, as well as by appointments, which can be made by calling (320) 589-1719.

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


Stevens County
PO Box 530
Morris, MN 56267
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM (Summer Hours 8AM-4PM) CST
Website
Phone: 320-589-7414
Fax: 320-589-7112
Real Estate: 320-589-7414
Assessor: 320-589-7407
Treasurer: 320-589-7418
Elections: 320-589-7409
Vital Records: 320-589-7414
Recording Officer: County Recorder
Assessor Website

Stevens County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Courts
Stevens County - Court Administrator
400 Colorado Avenue
Morris, MN 56267
Phone: (320)589-7289

Stevens County Birth & Death Records

About Stevens County, Minnesota


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