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Read on for information about how to obtain vital records in Minnesota, which include births, deaths, and marriages. Below that content you will find database links to vital records.

Click on the links below to search free birth, death, marriage, and divorce record databases in Minnesota.

Visit the Minnesota Department of Health site for information on how to obtain birth and death certificates.  To place an order, write to:

Minnesota Department of Health
Attention: Office of the State Registrar
P.O. Box 64882
St. Paul, MN 55164
(651) 201-5970
Fax: (651) 291-0101

Birth records are available from 1900 to 3 months ago. A certified birth certificate cannot be mailed to you unless you demonstrate tangible interest and check the appropriate box on the application and have your signature on the application notarized. Applications that are not notarized will not be processed. Non-certified “informational only” copies are available for non-legal matters. 

Birth certificates between 1900 and 1934 may be researched and ordered from the Minnesota Historical Society.

Death records are available since 1908. A certified death certificate cannot be mailed to you unless you demonstrate tangible interest and check the appropriate box on the application and have your signature on the application notarized. Applications that are not notarized will not be processed. Non-certified “informational only” copies are available for non-legal matters.

Death certificates between 1904 and 2001 and may be researched and ordered from the Minnesota Historical Society.

Marriage records - certified copies may be available from the Local Registrar in the county where the license was issued.

Divorce records - certified copies may be available from the Local Registrar in the county where the divorce was granted.

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