are available from the Kansas
Department of Health & Environment, Division of Vital
Statistics, to apply for certified copies of birth,
death, divorce and marriage certificates. Links to
those forms are shown below.
for Birth Certificate
Application for Death Certificate
for Marriage Certificate
for Divorce Certificate
Information Available in Courthouse
Use the Request
for Record Form to request
Birth and death information was not always recorded.
Only about 25% is retrievable. Marriage and
naturalization records are available in the District Court
Clerk’s Office. Their phone number is (620) 382-2104
Clerk’s Office has a cemetery database in place. All
cemeteries in Marion County have information recorded.
Obituary information and physical gravesite readings were
used to complete the project.
form may be used to acquire information from the Marion
County Cemetery Database. Copy fees apply and in some
instances a fee for research.
They will process your request if they can. Please include all of the information on the file that is
listed on the web page. Allow 2-4 weeks for return.
200 S. Third St, Suite 201
Clerk of the District Court (620)382-2104
Friday (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.