Seward County Vital Records (Nebraska)

Seward County Clerks file important documents and preserve vital records in Seward County, NE. The Clerk’s office is a valuable source for Seward County vital records, which are available as public records. The office maintains Seward County birth certificates, death certificates, and marriage records, in addition to divorce decrees. Many Clerk’s Offices have vital records dating back to the 1800s, making them an excellent source for Seward County genealogical research. Most Clerk’s Offices provide online ordering forms to request vital records.

Milford City Clerk Milford NE 505 1st Street 68405 402-761-3247

Seward County Clerk Seward NE 529 Seward Street 68434 402-643-2228

Seward County Coroners and Medical Examiners investigate deaths within their jurisdiction and perform autopsies and other postmortem examinations in Seward County, NE. Many vital records are available from a Coroner or Medical Examiner, including autopsy reports, investigator reports, toxicology reports, and in some cases, X-rays or photographs. An autopsy report will include the cause and manner of death. Many coroners and medical examiners provide online access to their reports. In other cases, you can obtain public records such as Seward County death certifiates by contacting the Coroners or Medical Examiner’s Office directly.

Seward County Medical Examiner & Coroner Seward NE 529 Seward Street 68434 402-643-2795

Seward County Town Hall or City Halls are the chief administrative office in Seward County, NE. Town and City Halls often maintain records related to their municipality, including Seward County vital records. You can find Seward County birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce decrees at the Town Hall or City Hall. In some locations, these vital records are available online or by filling out an online request form.

Seward City Hall Seward NE 537 Main Street, Ste 2 68434 402-643-4869