Dinwiddie County, VA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Dinwiddie County vital recordsThe Dinwiddie County Circuit Court Clerk is the custodian for marriage licenses and other legal documents, most of which are available for public inspection in the Clerk's Office. Vital records are available to qualified individuals for $12.00 at the Virginia Department of Health. Dinwiddie County was formed from Prince George County in 1752 and named for Lieutenant Governor Robert Dinwiddie. The first inhabitants of the area were Paleo-Indians. Several renowned free blacks were born in Dinwiddie County: Elizbeth (Burwell) Hobbs Keckly, who worked for both Mrs. Jefferson Davis and Mrs. Lincoln as a dressmaker, and Dr. Thomas Stewart, possibly America's first free black rural physician.

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

Dinwiddie County
PO Box 63
Dinwiddie, VA 23841
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 804-469-4540
Fax: 804-469-5386
Real Estate: 804-469-4507
Assessor: 804-469-4500
Treasurer: 804-469-4510
Elections: 804-469-4512
Vital Records: 804-469-6200
Recording Officer: Clerk of Circuit Court
Assessor Fax: 804-469-4548
Assessor Website

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