Below is a list of the vital records contained in the Monroe County Record Room.
- Birth Books - Dating back to 1853.
- Death Books - Dating back to 1853.
- Marriage Records - Dating back to 1799.
- Deeds - Dating back to 1799.
- Fiduciary Records - Dating back to 1799.
Need a birth, marriage or death record, use our online application to obtain one. Please click on the application you need and complete it. We process all applications as quickly as possible!
Who may obtain a Birth, Marriage & Death Certificate
- The person on the Certficate
- Adult Children
- Adult Grandchildren
- Adult Great-Grandchildren
- Legal Guardian
- Administrator (ix) / Executor (ix)
- Power of Attorney's
- Funearl Homes
What if your relationship is not listed above?
If your relationship is not listed above, then the following rules must be met:
- For a Birth Certificate, it must be 100 years or longer since the birth.
- For a Marriage Certificate, it must be 100 years or longer since the marriage.
- For a Death Certificate, it must be 50 years or longer since the death.
Why do we have these rules?
These rules are in place to protect the identity of the person on the certificate. With identity theft at an all time high, we are steadfast in our pledge to protect those identities that are born, married or died within the county.