Arkansas Vital Records
Arkansas vital records consist of Arkansas birth certificate records, Arkansas death certificates, Arkansas divorce records and Arkansas marriage licenses. Search for vital records, birth records, death records, divorce records, marriage records. The Arkansas Vital Records Office provides eligible applicants with copies of Arkansas birth certificates, Arkansas death certificates,Arkansas divorce certificates and Arkansas marriage certificates.
Search Arkansas Vital Records
Information regarding Arkansas vital records obained through Arkansas Department of Health. Under Act 1254 of 1995, the Division of Vital Records is responsible for the collection and registration of birth, death, and fetal death certificates, marriage and divorce coupons, and reports of induced termination of pregnancy and of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage).
Birth and death certificates serve two purposes. They are the definitive legal documents of identity and they collect important medical information about the two most important events – birth and death.
Marriage and divorce coupons are so called because they are removed from the bottom of marriage and divorce certificates, the original of which is retained in the offices of the county clerk of courts; these coupons contain limited information.
The primary purpose of fetal death certificates, and reports of induced termination of pregnancy and of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) is to obtain information regarding these critically important public health concerns. Reports of induced termination of pregnancy and of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) are statistical reports to be used for medical and health purposes and are not incorporated in the permanent official records of the system of vital statistics.
Arkansas Vital Records
Arkansas Birth Records
A birth record contains information about the birth of each personl. On a birth certificate, you can usually find the mother's full maiden name and the father's full name, the full name of the baby, the date of the birth, and county where the baby was born. Birth certificate may also include birthplaces of the baby's parents, the addresses of the parents, the number of other children that the parents have, the race of the parents and their occupations.
Arkansas Death Records
The death certificate provides such valuable information as first, last and middle names of the descendants, birth dates, mother's maiden name, father's last name, sex, birth place, death place, residence at time of death, death date, social security number (when available), and the age of the individual at the time they became deceased.
Arkansas Divorce Records
You search results may include information about the Respondent and the Petitioner Names and Ages and Divorce Details, Date of Filing, Country and State of Filing and Filing Number.
Arkansas Marriage Records
Marriage record usually includes the bride's and groom's full names, the date of the marriage, and county where the marriage took place. Many marriage records include other information, including birthplaces of the bride's and groom's parents, the addresses of the bride and groom, information about previous marriages, and the names of the witnesses to the marriage.