Douglas County Vital Records

Search Douglas County WI vital records such as births, death, marriages, and divorces.


Douglas County Clerk Office

Clerks file important documents and preserve vital records for their municipality. The Clerk’s office is a valuable source for vital records, which are available to the public. The office maintains certificates, death certificate, 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 genealogical research. Most Clerk’s Offices provide online ordering forms to request vital records.

Douglas County Clerk Superior WI 1313 Belknap Street 54880 715-395-1568

Highland Town Clerk Solon Springs WI 11050 Ellison Lake Road 54873 715-795-2559


Douglas County Health Department

Health Departments maintain vital records for their municipality and make them available to the public. A Department of Health can issue certified copies of vital records for births, deaths, marriages, and divorces that took place in their county or state. Many Health Departments have vital records dating back to the 1800s, making them an excellent source for genealogical research. Most Health Departments provide online ordering forms to request vital records.

Douglas County Health Department Superior WI 1316 North 14th Street 54880 715-395-1457


Douglas County Marriage License Office

Marriage License Offices provide marriage licenses to couples who plan to marry in the office’s jurisdiction. They are typically a division of the local county clerk or the health department. Marriage License Offices also maintain copies of marriage licenses they have issued, which are available to the public. In many locations, Marriage License Offices provide online search tools to locate marriage licenses. To access older marriage licenses, you may need to apply in person or by mail.

Douglas County Marriage License Superior WI Courthouse Building, Room 101, 1313 Belknap St. 54880 715-395-1341


Douglas County Coroner & Medical Examiner

Coroners and Medical Examiners investigate deaths within their jurisdiction and perform autopsies and other postmortem examinations. 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 records by contacting the Coroners or Medical Examiner’s Office directly.

Douglas County Medical Examiner & Coroner Superior WI 1313 Belknap Street 54880 715-395-7231


Douglas County Town & City Hall

The Town Hall or City Hall is the chief administrative office that runs the town or city. Town and City Halls often maintain records related to their municipality, including vital records. You can find 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.

Bennett Town Hall Solon Springs WI 8869 County Road E 54873 715-375-2394

Brule Town Hall Brule WI 5820 Maple Street 54820 715-372-4872

Cloverland Town Hall Maple WI 12967 E State Road 13 54854 715-364-2357

Gordon Town Hall Gordon WI 9709 E County Road G 54838 715-376-2693

Highland Town Hall Lake Nebagamon WI 9360 County Road S 54849 715-374-2886

Solon Springs Town Hall Solon Springs WI 11407 Cemetery Road 54873 715-378-4198

Summit Town Hall Foxboro WI 2643 East Milchesky Road 54836 715-399-2693