Deaths & Death Listings
From Various Sources
LaPorte County Indiana GenWeb

Death Certificate

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Updated on November 13, 2010

Commencing in 1882 County Clerks in Indiana were required to record births and deaths reported to the Clerks Office. Births
that took place prior to October 1, 1907 will only be recorded in the office of the local health department. Birth records after
that date should also be recorded in the office of the Indiana State Department of Health Vital Records Department and the    
Local County where death occurred.

State Archival Research and filing for Birth Record (after 1907) Application

  La Porte County Health Department
LaPorte County
Home Page
Hours 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Birth Certificate $7.00 Copy $7.00
Death Certificate $8.00 Copy $6.00
Wallet Certificate NO Lamination YES
Paternity Affidavit $25.00
Genealogy Search $5.00
Amendments: $25.00
County Complex, 4th Floor, Suite 401A
809 State St. La Porte, IN 46350
(219) 326-6808 Ext. 200
La Porte County Genealogical Society
904 Indiana Avenue
La Porte, IN 46350

Research Help
Research Help
Michigan City Branch Office
302 West 8th St. Suite 3
Michigan City, IN 46360
(219) 874-3755
Fax: (219) 873-3018
If the subject was born in Michigan City, send the information to the Michigan City Office.
Contact Us
Contact Us
Link to On line Ordering Form with Cost La Porte County Vital Records
Death Listings    
Partial Listing 1870 partial Mortality Schedule Researched and typed by Thomas Kester
  WPA, Index to death records, 1882-1920. Michigan City Public Library,
100 E. Fourth Street
Michigan City, Indiana 46360
  WPA, Index to death records, 1882-1920. LaPorte County Public Library,
Main Branch
904 Indiana Avenue
LaPorte, Indiana
Michigan City Dispatch -
Thursday - 13 January 1881

(Deaths between Jan 1st 1880 and January 1st 1881)  
     Michigan City Dispatch -
Thursday - 12 January 1882

(beginning January 1st 1881 and ending December 30, 1881.)
  From the local newspapers we have located the following listings of known death in which they were printed in the local paper.

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