Wabasha County Recorder
Birth and Death Records
625 Jefferson Ave, Wabasha, MN, 55981-1587
Distance: 834 Miles
To order a birth certificate you may contact a registrar's office in any county in Minnesota for births that took place during or after 1900. For births that took place before 1900, go to the local registrar office in the county where the birth took place.
To order a death certificate for deaths that took place before 1997, contact the local registrar office in the county where the death took place. For deaths that took place during or after 1997 you may go to a registrar in any county.
For certified copies you will be asked to complete and sign an application stating that you have tangible interest in the certificate. You will be asked to show identification.
Non-certified copies of birth and death records do not require demonstration of tangible interest.
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DF-7000.1200Birth Certificates Definition
Programs that maintain and, where appropriate, provide copies of birth certificates, i.e., documents which certify the date and place of a person's birth as well as his/her parentage. Available in most jurisdictions are authorized copies which are required to obtain a driver’s license, passport, Social Security card and other services related to an individual’s identity; and informational copies which cannot be used to establish a person’s identity. Only individuals designated by law have access to authorized copies of a person's birth certificate.
DF-7000.1700-300Death Certificates Definition
Programs that issue, maintain and, where appropriate, provide access to or copies of the official documents that certify that an individual has died. Death certificates specify the cause of death and are generally signed by an attending or examining physician. Available in most jurisdictions are authorized copies which may be required to obtain death benefits, claim insurance proceeds, notify Social Security and access other services related to an individual’s identity; and informational copies which cannot be used to establish identity. Only individuals designated by law have access to authorized copies of a person's death certificate.