Volusia County, Florida Genealogy Records
Genealogy is a great way to learn about your past. This type of research will encompass many kinds of records, like: ship passenger logs; diaries; deeds; personal letters; vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce records); telephone directories; wills and probate records; cemetery records; land and property records; poorhouse, workhouse, almshouse, and asylum records; occupational records; adoption records; Social Security and pension records; funeral home records; military and conscription records; voter registration records; census records; family Bibles; hereditary and lineage organization records; coroner's reports; obituaries; school and alumni association records; medical records; emigration, immigration and naturalization records; criminal records; newspaper articles; tax records; city directories; civil records; and church records (baptism or christening, confirmation, bar or bat mitzvah, or membership records).
Volusia County Birth Record Requests
Volusia County Death Record Requests
Volusia County Marriage Record Requests
Volusia County Divorce Record Requests
Volusia County Requests for Vital Records
The Volusia County Health Department – Vital Statistics Division is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You can visit during these hours to place a request for a birth or death record; physically, you can find the office at: 1845 Holsonback Dr., Post Office Box 9190, Daytona Beach, FL 32117. Your questions can be directed to (386) 274-0614.
Divorce and marriage records can be ordered from the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Volusia County; the office can be found at the physical location of:
Volusia County Clerk of Circuit Court
Volusia County Courthouse
101 North Alabama St./Post Office Box 6043
DeLand, FL 32721
Phone (386) 736-5912
Diane M. Matousek is the current Clerk of the Courts for Volusia County. More information about this office is online at http://www.clerk.org/.
Vital Record Requests to the State Health Department
The direct address to place a vital record request with the state is:
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Physical address: 1217 Pearl St., Jacksonville, FL 32202.
Mailing address: Bureau of Vital Statistics, Attn: Customer Services, Post Office Box 210, Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042.
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Eastern Time.