Death Records - Kentucky public records

Death Records - KY Public Records Edit

The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics maintains death records from 1911 - present. Death records can be ordered online, by mail, by phone, or in-person at the Vital Records Office. Orders placed through mail may take up to thirty days to process. To obtain a certified copy of a death record, you must know the name of the deceased, the month, day, and year of death, and the county of death. Certified copies of death certificates are $6 and can be paid by check, money order, or credit card.

Physical Address:
Office of Vital Statistics 275 E. Main St. 1E-A Frankfort, Kentucky 40621
Contact: P: 502.564.4212

Questions and Comments

1 Comment(s)Last comment at 2013-10-19 10:48 GMT

How do I get a death record of someone that died around 1805?
Answer 2013-10-19 10:48 GMT

About Death Records in Kentucky

A public record consists of any document, which is not considered confidential or private. A public record is usually created and maintained by a government entity like a state, city or a county. This page shows information on Death Records in state of Kentucky. If you have any question or comment about this listing, please share your thoughts with us by using the above form. If you think that another public record needs to be added to this page, you can also recommend a new listing above.

If you want to explore other states, check out the list of states at the end of this page. Or, simply use the Jump To menu to navigate to the State or County page that you are interested in. At anytime, you can perform detailed search on any person by entering the name in the search box above. PublicRecords360 provides detailed background report with current phone numbers, address, background history, criminal history & more.

Recommend New Listing

Suggest a public record to add to this page.
Recommend New Listing

Connect With Us

Link to this page

Copy and paste text in the box below to your blog or website.

Search Public Records