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Birth, death and marriage records are generally not free except for a few states and then they are generally just the older ones because most states have a 50 to 75 year waiting period before those records can become public record and then some will only release those to immediate family members because of identity theft. Colorado has the following available, some free, some available for purchase: Certificates and Vital Records Finding early Birth and Death Records In most cases local registrars are the best sources for early birth and death records. A microfiche index of approximately 3,000 Colorado births from 1863-1899 is available for free viewing at the Colorado State Archives. Directory of Cemeteries in Colorado • Earliest birth and death records on file in Colorado county offices • County Vital Records Offices • birth and death records: Colorado County Clerks/Recorders • marriage records: Colorado District Court Clerks • dissolution records (divorce, separation, annulment) • County Seats • marriage and dissolution records • City/County list and date of incorporation Marriage Records If you know the county where the license was issued, contact the county clerk s office in that county. Vital Records has an index that covers the years 1900-1939 and 1975 to the present. The 1900-1939 index is only available at Vital Records, the Denver Public Library, and the Colorado State Archives. The index for 1900-1939 is listed by groom only. The 1975-to-present index may be searched by either groom or bride s name(s). Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Vital Records Section 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South HSVRD-VR-A1 Denver, CO 80246-1530 Phone: 303.692.2200 Fax: USA 1.800.423.1108; outside continental U.S. 303.691.9307 E-mail Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday Please note: Same-day service available until 4:30 p.m. You can search the Social Security Death Index at: or both are free and the site has other records. They also have Family History Centers where you can go for help; you can locate one on the main page of their website. Their only charge for what they have to order from the main library for you and photocopies…not for their help.

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