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Birth and death certificates after 1908 are available through Public Health-Dayton and Montgomery County at the Office of Vital Statistics on the 1st floor of the Reibold Building, 117 S Main Street. Their phone number is 937-496-3117. Or you can visit the Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County Site.
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You can obtain a copy of your deed at the Montgomery County Recorder's Office. Their phone number is 937-225-4275. Or you can download a copy of the deed at the Recorder's website by following these steps:
Social Security is administered by the Federal Government.Contact the SSA at 937-225-2542.
For general or certified copies of divorce records, contact the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts by calling 937-496-7623 or visit the Clerk of Courts office at 41 North Perry Street.
For a general or certified marriage certificates, please contact the Probate Court at: 937-225-4649 or visit the Probate Court at 41 North Perry Street.
The Records Center and Archives provides research services, however, we have a small staff and a large number of requests. As such, there may be a significant wait before you will receive the results of your request. You can call us at: 937-225-6366, email Records Center and Archives, or fill out our public records request form.
Discharge papers are retained at the Recorder's Office. Call 937-225-4275.
The Montgomery County Probate Court handles name changes. Call 937-225-4649.