Tangipahoa Parish, LA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
Tangipahoa Parish, named for a Native American word which means "ear of corn", keeps its vital records in the Clerk of Courts office. The office provides an online service page which allows free searching of indexes only. They also offer a number of subscriptions which allow viewing and printing of indexes and images. Marriage records are available through the system from 1975 to the present, and miscellaneous records from 1974 to the present.
Tangipahoa Parish is one of the larger parishes in Louisiana with over 110,000 people. It borders the state of Mississippi, and a large portion of the parish consists of swamplands and marshes. Nearly forty major highways run through the parish, which is fairly large in size, as well as population. The parish was originally home to the small Acolapissa tribe of Native Americans. Despite their small size, the tribe had enough influence on the area that the parish was named after a word from their language.
Tangipahoa Parish Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
PO Box 667
Amite, LA 70422
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM CST
Real Estate: 985-748-4146
Vital Records: 800-454-9570
Recording Officer: Clerk of Court
Records Online: Real Estate, Lien, Civil, Marriage, Mortgage
Assessor Fax: 985-748-3995
Assessor Address: Courthouse
Tangipahoa Parish Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts
Tangipahoa Parish - Clerk of Court
110 North Bay Street
Amite, LA 70422
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