The office of the County Clerk has been in existence in Texas since
1836. In addition to serving as the clerk for the County Court and the
County Commissioners’ Court, a County Clerk records and keeps records
pertaining to county courts, real and personal property, and personal
records. Other responsibilities include recording vital statistics,
issuing marriage licenses, birth and
death records, collecting court fines and fees, filing and maintaining
civil and criminal court documents, and administering other
miscellaneous licensing and recording requirements.
Click here for the New Policy Regarding Small Estate Affidavits
Click here for the Small Estate Affidavit Form
The County Clerk has made records available for search and purchase from June 1, 1995 to present at: https://bee.tx.publicsearch.us
Additionally to electronically search index books from 1851 to 1995 please click here: https://kofilequicklinks.com/Bee/ and contact my office for purchase.
We are doing out of county residents by appointment only. Please call our office to set that up.