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General Information About Montana Death Records and Laws
Montana death records can help to answer many of the questions people have about their family's history or even the property that family has owned in the past. It pays to have this information on hand, but it is not always easy to obtain. The problem is, the state did not start recording this information early on. That often means that there are limitations on what information you can find. Not all records are available. However, if you know where to look to get this information, chances are good that you will find it.
The good news is that the state of Montana does record this information. This makes it easier for those who may be out of state or otherwise unable to do so, to search for this information. The state began the requirement to record all deaths happening in the state in 1907. However, not all jurisdictions were able or willing to report this information initially. It did not become mandatory for this information to be provided until 1922 that much of this information was begin reported. At that point, about 90 percent of all deaths in the state were being reported at the state level.
For those who are looking for Montana death records, the information is available at the Department of Health. This organization is accessible to the public. If you need these records, you can obtain them by writing to the agency at the following address. You may also be able to visit the location in person to get this data.
Department of Public Health and Human Services
111 North Sanders
PO Box 4210
Helena, Montana 59604
It is possible that these records will be immediately available to you, but the state does indicate that the process of obtaining these records can take more time. In cases of older records, the search process can take several weeks. There is also a nominal fee that you will need to pay to get this data. That fee is for administrative costs associated with the search.
For those who need Montana death records that are not in the database or for those records that date back prior to 1907, it is best to look for county information. Township clerks were the official records keepers in the state prior to the formation of counties. These records are often held in local city halls or in the city's archives. It can be somewhat difficult to locate these records, though.
Obtaining Montana death records is one step in the right direction for figuring out your family tree. It is also one of the best ways for you to get the information you need to perform a property search. The key, though, is to look locally. For legal needs, you may need to obtain the official birth or death certificate from the local county health board. In other cases, especially informal genealogy reporting, turning to local churches and religious organizations is yet another source of information for these record searches. It can answer many of your questions.
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