Hamilton County, IL Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Hamilton County vital recordsHamilton County was created on February 8, 1821 from the western part of White County. To research vital records for Hamilton County it is a good idea to start with the Hamilton County Clerk's Office. Most County Clerk's have indexes to the records that are prior to 1916 that are available for the purpose of genealogical research. You can contact the Hamilton County Clerk before going down in person to make sure they have the records you are looking for. To obtain records after 1916, the Illinois Department of Public Health Division of Vital Records has copies of birth, death and marriage certificates. For information regarding fees and policies for obtaining vital records you can visit the Department website. The Illinois State Archives is also a good resource for Hamilton County vital records.

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

Hamilton County
100 S Jackson St, Rm 2
McLeansboro, IL 62859-1489
Hours of Operation: 8AM-4:30PM CST
Phone: 618-643-2721
Fax: 618-643-2756
Real Estate: 618-643-2721
Assessor: 618-643-3971
Treasurer: 618-643-3313
Elections: 618-643-2721
Vital Records: 618-643-2721
Recording Officer: County Recorder
Assessor Fax: 618-643-3821

Hamilton County Marriage & Divorce Records

Hamilton County Birth & Death Records

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