Quitman County, MS Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records
Quitman County, the famous county where the Poor People's Campaign in 1968 originated after being visited by Martin Luther King, has the town of Marks as its county seat, which is where the Chancery Clerk's office is located, on 220 Chestnut Street, #2. Primarily property and divorce records are stored and maintained at the office, and the public is welcome to visit in person to research available materials or obtain copies. The Quitman County Branch of the Mississippi Genealogy and History Network has marriage indexes dating back to the mid and late 1800s, and other records posted for research purposes, as well. For certified copies of birth, death, and also marriage records, all listed from the early 1900s, interested individuals will need to contact the State Department of Health's Public Health Statistics department, either by email or over the phone at 601-576-7981.
Quitman County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records
220 Chestnut St, #2
Marks, MS 38646
Hours of Operation: 8AM-N, 1PM-5PM CST
Real Estate: 662-326-2661
Recording Officer: Chancery Clerk
Assessor Fax: 662-326-8004
Assessor Address: Courthouse
Batesville, MS 386068AM-5PM
Quitman County Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts
Quitman County - Justice Court Clerk
Highway 3 South
Marks, MS 38646
Quitman County Birth & Death Records
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