Missouri Death Records

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Missouri Death Records Search

In Missouri, the Department of Health and Senior Services Bureau of Vital Records maintains all records of births and deaths, from the year 1910, right up to modern day and can be obtained from the county where the death occurred. Missouri Death Records are not public records and can be obtained by the legal guardians, relatives, and legal representatives of the deceased.

Missouri Death Records show the date, place, and cause of the death. You can obtain death records in Missouri in three different ways: in person, by mail and by phone. Following is how you can make a request for and obtain Missouri Death Records through each way.

How Do I Get a Missouri Death Certificate?

The first way to obtain death records in Missouri is in person. How do you make an in person request for death records in Missouri? You can make an in person request for Missouri Death Records by visiting a local vital records office, completing the Application for Copy of Death certificate, and paying the relevant fee. The fee for Missouri Death Records is $13.

How Do I Get a Missouri Death Certificate By Mail?

How can you make a request for and obtain Missouri Death Records through mail. To make a mail request for a Missouri Death Record, complete and mail the aforementioned application along with a copy of valid photo ID and a self-addressed envelope to:

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Bureau of Vital Records P.O. Box 570 Jefferson City, MO 65102

In addition to the aforementioned documents, mail a pay order or check for the fee to above-mentioned address. Also, it is important to have the form notarized. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services will not entertain your application if the form you mail isn’t notarized. Generally, mail requests are processed within 2 to 4 weeks.

How Do I Get a Missouri Death By Phone?

The final way to obtain death records in Missouri is online. To make a telephone request for New York Death Records, call vitalcheck, an independent company contracted by the Missouri Department of Health, at 1-877-817-7363, provide the required information, and pay the relevant fee through credit card. In addition to the application fee, Vitalcheck will charge you $8 processing fee. Making a phone request for Missouri Death Records is the fastest way to obtain the death record you need.

How Do I Get a Missouri Death Records Online?

In addition to the aforementioned ways, you can obtain Missouri Death Records online through public databases. Using the online public databases is a fast and convenient way of accessing the Missouri death record you need. As mentioned above, Missouri Death Record are not necessarily public records and only specific people can access them. To find out more about how you can obtain the death records in Missouri, call the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services at 573-751-6387.

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  1. says:

    Sherry, you’ll want to talk to the county clerk or the Missouri Department of Health to obtain an official copy of your brother’s death certificate. Since you are immediate family you shouldn’t have any difficulties

  2. says:

    I need a copy of my brother’s death certificate, He was a Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune in 1971 for basic training and schools, He passed away on January 2, 1976 of Leukemia, at John Cochren VA Hospital in St. Louis Mo.

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  4. says:

    I am looking for death records of Kristine A. Schneider born 6/1/1971. Died March 14th 2021 in st. Louis city

  5. says:

    To inquire about a birth certificate request you will want to contact the agency you submitted the form to. We do not have an affiliation with any government agency so your best bet is to contact them directly.

  6. says:

    Mailed two weeks ago for a birth certificate for grandfather, Bede Russell. Have not heard or received anything.

    Ella Sickman

  7. says:

    With some death record repositories these are considered old death records and they might not be readily available from public record websites because of this. It is often the case that many websites will only offer death records back to the 1950’s. In this case you might want to contact the Missouri state archives to inquire about an old death record. The Missouri archives will allow you to search for Missouri death certificates from 1910-1966.

    How to Get an Old Missouri Death Certificate

    1. Visit the Missouri Secretary of State website
    2. Perform a death certificate search for 1910-1966
    3. Provide relationship and full name
    4. Enter the death year range
    5. View results for old Missouri death records

  8. says:

    I was looking for the death certificate of Levi (Lee) M Paul. He died on 26 NOV 1925 • Catawissa, Franklin, Missouri. I was surprised to see he wasn’t listed in the MO death certificates on line. His given name is Levi but he goes by Lee.
    Is their a way for me to get it or can somebody even check to make sure it is there?

Last Updated: 2017-05-01

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