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General Information About Nevada Death Records and Laws
Obtaining Nevada death records is a process. The state is one of the many that did not begin requiring the collection of this type of vital record until the 1900's. Keeping that in mind, you will need to tailor your search for these death records based on the information you have as well as the information on file. It is a good idea to spend some of your time gathering as much information about the person as you can before starting a records search. However, if you need these records for genealogy or even for other legal needs, there are several steps you will need to take to obtain this information.
In the state of Nevada, the collection of death records at the state level did not become requirement until 1911. At that time, the state did not require any information about this. That means that if you are looking for death records prior to 1911, you will not find them through the state records searches. However, if you need Nevada death records for any time after 1911, the good news is that it is likely available. Even at the start of the collection process, many of the counties and townships did report this information. This statewide index is solid. However, there can be some restrictions on who can obtain this information. If you are looking for death records in Nevada dating after 1911, they are available through the Department of Health. You can write to that address or visit it in person at the following address.
State of Nevada Health Division Bureau of Health Planning Statistics
Office of Vital Records and Statistics
505 East King Street, Room 102
Carson City, Nevada 89701
You can also get this information by calling the agency directly. You may be able to request a search by calling 775-684-4242. However, there is no guarantee that these records will be available for you over the phone. The Vital Records Office does require you to provide a reason for obtaining this information. You will also need to pay a nominal fee that is an administrative fee to get this information.
If you need any records for death in the state that are prior to 1911, there are other options to take into consideration. The state did not require this information but that does not mean that it is not available. One of the best ways to get this information is through the local counties. If you need information from prior to the formation of counties, turn to the local township clerk's office. The state had these clerks in place in virtually all cities. Each one would gather important data bout births and deaths occurring in the state.
Keep in mind that Nevada death records are public information in most cases. However, there are some limitations in place. For those who need this information for genealogy searches as well as for property searches, the process becomes easier if you have more information about where the person lived or died.
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