Probate Division records are open to the public at the Probate Court Clerk's Office or at the Union County Records Center and Archives. For your convenience, please call ahead to confirm if the record you seek is available and where it is located:
Probate records filed on or after June 1, 2019 are available for search:
Birth & Death Records 1867 to 1909 are available for search:
Marriage Records 1820 to present are available for search:
Delayed Registration and Correction of Birth 1941 to present are available for search:
Any Probate records deemed confidential are NOT available for search:
Birth and Death Records after 1909 are available from the Union County Health Department:
The Union County Records Center & Archives seeks to advise and assist all county offices and departments in the management, retention, disposition, storage, and preservation of their records, and to provide environmentally controlled storage space for records of enduring historical value. The Records Center & Archives also commits to ensuring the availability and accessibility of those public records entrusted to it for the use of both present and future generations of Union County residents.
Open Tuesday through Thursday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Our office is the official land records office for all real estate located in Union County. We keep accurate land records that are current, legible and easily accessible. An important aspect of the Recorder's work is to index each document so it may be readily located. Accurate indexing makes it possible for persons searching land records to find the documents necessary to establish a "chain of title" (history of ownership) and ensures that any debts or encumbrances against the property are evident. These invaluable records are utilized by the general public, attorneys, historians, genealogists, and land title examiners.
If you need assistance, please contact the Recorder's Office.
County Office Building 233 West Sixth Street Marysville 43040
Office hours-Monday through Friday 7:30am to 4:00pm
The Union County Health Department adheres to Ohio’s Public Record Laws. In accordance with the Ohio Revised Code section 149.43, the Union County Health Department will make public records available for inspection upon request within a reasonable time period. If copies of public records are requested, they will be produced at cost within a reasonable time period. Should it be determined that a record is exempted under a state or federal statute, an explanation with cited state or federal exemptions listed will be provided to the requester.
To request a public record, please contact the Union County Health Department’s Public Records Officer at 937.642.2053 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.