Oklahoma Birth Records
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Oklahoma has been maintaining birth records since October 1908, although it wasn't until 1917 that the state passed a law making it mandatory.
Oklahoma is more open than most states when it comes to issuing birth certificates. The person named on the certificate of course is allowed to request one, but genealogists are those researching their ancestry are allowed to apply for them. Whether they are released though is up to the Vital Records office.
Oklahoma Vital Records Office
The office that handles birth records from 1908-2017 for the entire state of Oklahoma is The Vital Records Office at the State Department of Health, where they provide birth records, marriage records, divorce records, and death records.
- Oklahoma State Department of Health
- Vital Records Service, Room 117
- 1000 Northeast 10th St
- Oklahoma City, OK
- Phone: 405-271-4040
- Email: AskVR@health.ok.gov
- URL: http://www.ok.gov/health/Birth_and_Death_Certificates/Birth_Certificates/
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