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

Taylor County vital recordsDated from 1917 to the present, Taylor County public birth, death, and marriage records are available from the West Virginia Vital Registration Office for $12 (in most cases). Public records ordinarily include birth records older than 100 years and records older than 50 years for death and marriage. The Taylor County Clerk maintains records dated before 1917 as well as all county divorce records. Taylor County was created in 1844 from Barbour, Harrison, and Marion Counties. It was probably named for Virginia Senator John Taylor (1750-1824), Revolutionary War veteran. The county seat is Grafton, home of West Virginia's only national cemetery.

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


Taylor County
214 W Main St, Rm 101
Courthouse
Grafton, WV 26354
Hours of Operation: 8:30-N; 1PM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 304-265-1401
Real Estate: 304-265-1401
Assessor: 304-265-2420
Treasurer: 304-265-5766
Elections: 304-265-1401
Vital Records: 304-265-1401
Recording Officer: County Clerk

Taylor County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts


Category: Courts
Taylor County Clerk Of County Court
214 West Main Street
Grafton, WV 26354
Phone: (304)265-1401

Taylor County Birth & Death Records

About Taylor County, West Virginia


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