Birth & Death Certificates

The Carroll County General Health District provides certified birth and death certificates. All Birth and Death Certificates are $27.00

In order to obtain a Birth or Death Certificate from our location the following requirements must be met:

Birth Certificate - Must have been born in Ohio
Death Certificate - Must have passed away in Carroll County

In Person Orders:
Complete and print the Birth or Death Certificate Form before arriving to save you time in the office or consider using our new online ordering process, see details on how to place an order on this page.
Birth or Death Certificates Form
CCGHD is now offering online ordering for Birth and Death Certificates.
Online ordering is now available to purchase a certified birth and death certificate. All certified online orders can either be picked-up at the health department or mailed. Customers will be updated on the status of their online order by email when it is ready or if additional information is needed. A credit care payment is required to process all online orders. An additional convenience fee is charged for this service. To order a Certified Birth or Death Certificate click the link below to be directed to the ordering site.
Order and Purchase Birth and Death Certificiates
Click the link above

Vital Statistics Staff

Corinne Ren
330-627-4866 ext 1522
Corinne Ren
330-627-4866 ext 1522
Michelle Genetin
Deputy Registrar

Helpful Hints

Records prior to 1908 are located at the Carroll County Genealogical Society at 24 Second St. N.E., P.O. Box 174, Carrollton, OH 44615. Business hours are Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday, 9 a.m. to noon; Thursday and Friday, 1-4 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone number is 330-627-9411.
Please note, that under Ohio law, anyone can obtain a death certificate for a death that was pronounced in our jurisdiction WITHOUT the decedent's social security number.
If you need a certified copy of a death certificate WITH the decedent's social security number, you must be one of the following:

- The decedent's spouse, or lineal descendant
- The deceased's executor, attorney, or legal agent
- A representative of an investigative government agency
- A private investigator
- A funeral director (or agent responsible for disposition of the body) acting on behalf of the deceased's family
- A veteran's service officer
- An accredited member of the media

You will have to bring proof or attach a copy of proof of one of the above reasons. If the decedent's date of death is MORE than five years from the application date, then this rule does not apply.

Anyone who passed away in a hospital must obtain the death certificate from the local health department of the hospital's jurisdiction.

Birth Abstract Uses

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