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Alabama Public Death Records

Like most US states, Alabama keeps a good record of their statistics, which includes death rates. By accessing these death records you can get data for persons who died in Alabama since 1908, when they started making these records.

Generally, death certificates which have not lasted more than 25 years are private and cannot be accessed by the public. If you want to get one that has not yet lasted more than 25 years, then you might want to ask the office as to how you might be able to get them.

In order to get your hands on Alabama Public Death Records you can complete our online form at the top of this page to perform an instant online research or you can continue reading. At the bottom of this page, we have included all the instructions you need to acheive the same results by mail.

Keep in mind that requesting a death certificate or other public records by mail can take up to four weeks before you request is acknowledged.

Start Your preliminary search by filling the the form at the top of the page and see if there's a record available for your query.

 
 

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Alabama Death Certificates

Certificates which are more than 25 years old can be obtained after paying the $12.00 fee. Of course, you have to be related to the person whose name is on the certificate for you to get access to these documents. You either have to be the parent, spouse, descendant, grandchildren, sibling, or legal representative of the person named in the death certificate.

Upon request you must also provide the necessary information in order to locate the certificate. This includes, but is not limited to, the full legal name of the deceased, the date of death, his Social Security number, etc., along with your personal data for eligibility to acquire such certificate such as proof of your relationship with the deceased. Most of the general requirements can be found at Alabama's Vital Records Office.

Aside from the general requirements above, you will also have to comply with a few more steps depending on how you intend to acquire your certificate. If you're getting it by mail then you need to fill up a Mail-In Application form and send it to the address below:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625

You can also acquire the certificate electronically, simply fill the form at the top or bottom of this page to start your preliminary search to see if there's a record available for your query. You will need a credit card for this, however, and there will be additional fees.

Alternatively, you can just go to any county health center in Alabama and apply for it in person. Your request will be processed while you wait.

 

Alabama Territory

 

State of Alabama:

Spoken Language:

  • English: 96.17%
  • Spanish (2.12%)

Capital: Montgomery

Largest City: Birmingham

Leading Causes of Death:

  • Heart Diseases
  • Malignant Neoplasms
  • Respiratory Diseases
  • Accidents
  • Alzheimer's
  • Diabetes

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