Deaths, Macoupin County IL
Macoupin County, Illinois
|Death Index 1878-1910||Coroner's Record Index
|Probate Docket 1850-1852
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Local Level Certificate Requests
IL Death Index 1916 - 1951 Online
IL State Archives Site
IL Death Index Pre-1916 Online
IL State Archives Site
|State Level Certificate Requests
||Funeral Home Cards
||Funeral Homes||Important Links
Can't find a death certificate 1877-1916?
Local Level Death Certificate Requests
County Clerk, Macoupin County Courthouse, Carlinville, IL 62626, Phone 217-854-3214, Monday – Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Genealogy copies - death certificates for years 1877-1993 (20 years or older)- $5.00
Certified copies all death certificates - $17.00
State Level Requests for Death Certificate Copies
IRAD is cheap. The records cost ten cents each at IRAD, minimum cost is $1.00 but you can request 10 copies and it is still $1.00 total cost.
The IRAD Depository address for the Macoupin County death records listed in the table below (when you write or call for a search, mention the data in the table above).
Photocopies of the death records before 1916 listed in the below table. Best way is to call.
County Title Beg_Date End_Date Depository Accnum MACOUPIN DEATH RECORD 1877 1901 UIS 4/0309/02 MACOUPIN DEATH RECORD (STAUNTON) 1916 1951 UIS 4/0235/13 MACOUPIN DEATH RECORD (VIRDEN) 1902 1903 UIS 4/0270/05 MACOUPIN DEATH RECORD INDEX 1877 1910 UIS 4/0309/01 MACOUPIN DEATH RECORD, CORONER'S 1911 1918 UIS 4/0235/23
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Death records from January 1950 to present:
(the death has to be 20 years old to obtain a copy for genealogical purposes)
Illinois Department of Public Health
Division of Vital Records
925 East Ridgely Ave.
Springfield, IL 62702-2737
Read instructions and costs here before ordering:
Illinois Vital Records Offices Information for all Illinois counties
Can't find a birth or death certificate?
From Cindy Leonard:
"The physicians of this county are negligent about making returns of births and deaths. The law requires a return be made within thirty days, under a penalty of ten dollars. But it is frequently several months after a birth or death before the attending physician reports the same to the county." - quote from the Macoupin County Herald, March 28, 1879, p 8.
Social Security Death Index 1937 to current
Missouri Deaths at Secretary of State site (Searchable)
California Death Records - 1940-1997 (Searchable)
Genealogical Death Indexing System, Michigan About 1867 to 1884 (each listing has much data)
THIS AND THAT GENEALOGY TIPS ON DISEASES, MEDICAL TERMS, EPIDEMICS by Shirley Hornbeck
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