The County Clerk of Autauga County provides and Name Search. Lookup Public Records. Results May Include: Arrest Records, Property Records, Jail Bookings, Birth and Death Records, Marriage and Divorce Records, Social Security Numbers, Phone Numbers, Relatives, Criminal History, Assets, Licenses, Social Media Accounts
Autauga County was named after Autauga Creek, which runs through the county; it has a population of 50,571 according to the census of 2010 and a total area of 604 square miles.
The Autauga County records department is responsible for all county records; some of the records maintained by the department include but are not limited to Marriage Records, Divorce Records, Birth Records and Death Records. All records are open for public view, with the exception of military discharges and marriage licenses. The county has made it simple for residents to access county record; this can be done by visiting the department in person or by searching the records online.
Searching for records online is quite simple: you may visit the county website and click on the relevant link to access the records for which you are searching. While checking for the records online, you will be required to provide your full name, the state where you live, and which type of records you want to access and indicate whether you are looking for a hard copy certificate. The records requested will then be viewed according to your preferences.
In case you are not able to view the requested records online, you will be required to visit the Recording Department in person at 176 West Fifth Street, Prattville, AL 36067. You will need to fill out the records request form indicating which records you would wish to access. Documents such as deeds, mortgages, liens, judgments, plats, powers of attorney, incorporations, and UCCs are filed in the Recording Department of the Probate Office and kept on file for viewing in the Records Room. Records from November 1, 1996 to present, with indexes and images, are on computer in the department’s office, while prior records from 1820 to October 31, 1996 are on microfilm or in bound volumes.
However, you can also make brief inquiries about public records by phone through or . It is important to note that the department does not give out book and page references by phone. For historical and genealogical research guidance, please contact the Archivist at .
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