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You can come in to the office and do the search yourself and there is no fee.
However, if you would like a copy for genealogy purposes, there is a minimal fee and it will be stamped "Not For Legal Purposes". No requests can be made over the phone at the county level.
Plain copy requests cannot be honored through the mail. You need to submit a letter or application form with all the pertinent information concerning the vital record you are looking for.
To obtain a copy of the application form, click here and send it along with a money order to: Emmet County Recorder 609 1st Ave N Estherville, IA 51334 DEATH RECORDS The Recorders Office has official death registrations of Emmet County from 1880 to present.
You may obtain the request form from the Recorder's Office or download a copy from the National Archives and Records Administration at copies of birth, death, and marriage can be obtained provided entitlement is proven. Issues Marriage Licenses Registers Birth, Death & Marriage Certificates Military Discharges The Recorder processes applications for marriages in the State of Iowa.
Marriage Licenses and Certificates of Marriage are also issued.
You may receive a copy of your military discharge (DD214) papers for no charge.
Uncertified/Genealogy copies are available at .00 each.
The Office of the County Recorder was created by the First Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa in 1839.
The County Recorder continues to maintain official records of documents affecting real estate in order to protect innocent third parties in real estate transactions.
Des Moines, IA 50319-0075 Telephone: (515)281-4944 (credit card application with .50 additional fee) MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS The Recorders office is where you apply for a marriage license. The bride, groom and third party (age of 18), will all need to bring photo identification at time of application.
Bride and groom will need to know how to spell parent's full names, including mother's maiden name.