Fayette County, PA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Fayette County vital recordsIn Fayette County, birth and death records from 1906 to the present are available from the Division of Vital Records in New Castle. Marriage records can be obtained at the Register of Wills in the Fayette County Courthouse in Uniontown. Certified copies of divorce decrees can be obtained from the Clerk of Courts office in the same building. The first Europeans in Fayette County were explorers who used an ancient American Indian trail that bisected the county on their journey across the Appalachian Mountains. Fayette County was created on September 26, 1783, from part of Westmoreland County and named after the Marquis de Lafayette.

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

Fayette County Prothonotary
61 E Main St
Uniontown, PA 15401
Hours of Operation: 8AM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 724-430-1272
Recording Officer: County Prothonotary
Records Online: Lien, Judgment
Note: See Recorder for real estate records.

Fayette County Recorder
61 E Main St
Uniontown, PA 15401-3389
Hours of Operation: 8AM-N 1PM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 724-430-1238
Fax: 724 430-1458
Real Estate: 724-430-1238
Assessor: 724-430-1350
Treasurer: 724-430-1256
Appraiser: 724-430-1350
Elections: 724-430-1289
Vital Records: 724-430-1206
Recording Officer: County Recorder of Deeds
Records Online: Marriage, Will, Probate, Orphans Court
Note: No tax liens filed here.
Assessor Fax: 724-430-1356
Assessor Website

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