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MICHIGAN Public Death Records

Michigan's Vital Records Office keeps records of deaths that date back to 1867. You can order a copy of these documents either in person, online, or by mail.

Located at 201 Townsend Street, Capitol View Bldg, 3rd Floor, Lansing MI 48913, the Stats of Michigan Vital Records Office is open from Mondays to Fridays and from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except on holidays. They are also open during lunch hours. If you wish to apply for the death certificate you are looking for in person, you can go to the office and avail of the same-day service.

You can also perform an online search by filling the form at the top and/or bottom of this page. Simply enter the first and last name of the person you are looking for and we will perform a preliminary search of our database. There is of course a small fee to get access to the real document.

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MICHIGAN Death Certificates

Mail-in orders take 4-6 weeks to process and 3-4 weeks if it is rush processing, which includes mail time and receiving payment at the Accounting Department. If you are requesting for files in the genealogy records, processing time will be 1-3 month at regular and 3 weeks for rush. These are death records filed prior to 1916.

Michigan issues different types of copies of death certificates. There are certified copies, authenticated copies, veteran's benefits copies, and copies for the purpose of verifying vital record facts. Each type of copy has its own set of eligibility rules.

Each death record requested costs $26, and this already includes the search for up to three years of record filings. The years included in the search are the year specified in your application and the years before and after that. If the file is found it will be mailed to you, otherwise you will receive a statement that the record can't be found. The search fee is non-refundable.

If you want to know more about the specifics regarding eligibility and fees, or have other questions, you can call up 517-335-8656. You can also use this number to ask for an application form mailed to you.

"Looking for Public Death Records in Michigan?"

"Why not save some time by searching billions of public records? Make things a lot faster by starting your preliminary search at the top or bottom of this page to see if there's a record available for your query."

Michigan Territory

 

State of Michigan:

Spoken Language:

  • English

Capital: Lansing

Largest City: Detroit

Leading Causes of Death:

  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer
  • Stroke
  • Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
  • Injuries
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Alzheimer's Disease

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http://www.mdch.state.mi.us


 
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