North Dakota Vital Records

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The Division of Vital Records also has some files dating from 1893 and delayed registrations of births from 1941.  
 
The Division of Vital Records also has some files dating from 1893 and delayed registrations of births from 1941.  
  
The Family History Library has not copied any of the vital records from the state. An inventory and description of the history and availability of the records is ''Guide to Public Vital Statistics Records in North Dakota'', (Bismarck, North Dakota: Historical Records Survey, 1941; FHL book 978.4 V23h; film 1036526 item 3).
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The Family History Library has not copied any of the vital records from the state. An inventory and description of the history and availability of the records is ''Guide to Public Vital Statistics Records in North Dakota'', (Bismarck, North Dakota: Historical Records Survey, 1941; Family History Library film 1036526 item 3).  
  
 
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Before statewide registration, individual towns or counties issued marriage licenses and recorded marriages. Write to the office of the judge of the county court or the clerk of the district court for these records. In counties with less than 15,000 population, the judge of the county court serves as the clerk of the district court.  
 
Before statewide registration, individual towns or counties issued marriage licenses and recorded marriages. Write to the office of the judge of the county court or the clerk of the district court for these records. In counties with less than 15,000 population, the judge of the county court serves as the clerk of the district court.  
  
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The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Collection includes some North Dakota marriage and death records for Barnes, Burleigh, and Towner counties (Family History Library&nbsp;films 859737-40).  
 
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The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Collection includes some North Dakota marriage and death records for Barnes, Burleigh, and Towner counties (FHL films 859737-40).  
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Revision as of 20:19, 5 August 2008

Births and Deaths

In North Dakota, statewide registration of births and deaths began in 1907 and was generally complied with by 1924. You can obtain copies by writing to:

Division of Vital Records
State Capitol
600 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept 301
Bismarck, ND 58505-0200
Telephone: 701-328-2360
Fax: 701-328-1850
Email: vitalrec@nd.gov
Internet:
http://www.health.state.nd.us/vital/contacts.htm

The Division of Vital Records also has some files dating from 1893 and delayed registrations of births from 1941.

The Family History Library has not copied any of the vital records from the state. An inventory and description of the history and availability of the records is Guide to Public Vital Statistics Records in North Dakota, (Bismarck, North Dakota: Historical Records Survey, 1941; Family History Library film 1036526 item 3).

Marriages and Divorces

Statewide registration of marriages began in 1925. You can obtain copies by writing to the division of vital records.

Before statewide registration, individual towns or counties issued marriage licenses and recorded marriages. Write to the office of the judge of the county court or the clerk of the district court for these records. In counties with less than 15,000 population, the judge of the county court serves as the clerk of the district court.

Divorce proceedings are usually kept by the district court for each county. Write to them for copies or information.

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Collection includes some North Dakota marriage and death records for Barnes, Burleigh, and Towner counties (Family History Library films 859737-40).