Oregon Topics: Vital Records
While the Oregon Health Division holds statewide certificates related to births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, many other vital records resources exist. For example, most county clerk offices maintain marriage records dating from the beginning of the county to the present. Most circuit court offices have divorce case files (dating back to the 1800s in many cases) that include supporting records in addition to the decree. The following links provide access to useful vital records resources.
CERTIFIED COPIES at Oregon Public Health, Center for Health Statistics
for payment options and costs including Internet, regular mail, rush mail, walk-in, and telephone.
UNCERTIFIED COPIES at Oregon State Archives
$5 in-state and $10 out-of-state with exact index citation.
Oregon Historical County Records Guide
(includes inventories of vital records held by counties and other repositories: birth and death until 1920; marriage until 1960; and divorce (circuit court records) until 1983)
Request a certificate or record search: Use this order form