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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where do I find birth and death records from 1867 to 1908?

  • Birth and death records from 1867 to 1908 can be found at the Union County Probate Court.

Where do I find birth and death records from 1909 to present?

  • Birth and death records from 1909 to present can be found at the Union County Health Department.

Where do I get a copy of my divorce decree?

  • Divorce decrees for the most current 18 years can be found at the Union County Clerk of Courts Office.  Divorce decrees older than 18 years can be found at the Union County Records Center & Archives.  Divorce decrees from 2003 to present can be found online at the Union County Clerk of Courts’ website.  Certified copies of divorce decrees can be issued from the Records Center & Archives.

Where do I get a copy certified copy of my divorce decree?

  • Certified copies of divorce decrees can either be obtained from the Union County Clerk of Courts or the Union County Records Center & Archives.

Where do I find will and estate records?

  • Will and estate records can be found at the Union County Probate Court.

Where do I find deed records?

  • Deed records can be found at the Union County Recorder’s Office.

Where do I go for family history collections?

  • Family history collections can be found among the Union County Genealogical Society holdings at the Marysville Public Library.

Where do I go for old newspapers?

  • Old newspapers can be found either at the Union County Historical Society or the Marysville Public Library.