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

Susquehanna County vital recordsBirth and death vital records for Susquehanna County are available from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Division of Vital Records in New Castle for the years 1906present, but certified copies are private and restricted to family only. Certificates can be ordered online, by mail, or in person. Marriage and divorce records are unrestricted court public records, with copies available from the Susquehanna County Court clerk in Montrose. Historical birth and death records, prior to 1906 and dating to 1682, are also unrestricted and available from the Susquehanna County Historical Society in Montrose, or the Pennsylvania State Archives in Harrisburg. Susquehanna County was formed in 1810 from Luzerne County.

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

Susquehanna County Prothonotary
PO Box 218
Montrose, PA 18801-0218
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 570-278-4600 x121
Fax: 570-278-4191
Recording Officer: County Prothonotary
Records Online: Judgment, Tax Lien
Note: See Recorder for real estate records.

Susquehanna County Recorder
PO Box 218
Montrose, PA 18801
Hours of Operation: 8:30AM-4:30PM EST
Phone: 570-278-4600 x112/3
Fax: 570-278-2963
Real Estate: 570-278-4600 x112
Assessor: 570-278-4600 x150
Treasurer: 570-278-4600 x130
Elections: 570-278-4600 x220
Vital Records: 570-278-4600 x112
Recording Officer: County Recorder of Deeds
Records Online: Real Estate, Deed, Lien, Mortgage, Will, Orphans Court
Note: No tax liens filed here.
Assessor Fax: 570-278-1302
Assessor Website
Assessor Address: PO Box 218

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