Death Records for a person who died in Randolph County, Indiana.
Records start in 1882. Record keeping by the State began in 1900. Example, Saratoga town deaths were not recorded and available until starting in 1910. It is $13 per copy of a death record.
Open 8 AM to 4 PM during the week. Closed holidays.
Contact Mike regarding monuments.
The Sexton is Joe.
The office is managed by Suzanne.
Open 8 AM to Noon during the week.
Farmland Downtown Historic District (2005)((Marker Number 68.2005.1.)
Modoc Veterans Memorial World War II
Indian Boundary Line
Union Literary Institute (2016) (Marker Number IHB 68.201.)
Amanda Way (2013)(Marker Number 68 2013.1.)
Civil War Memorial - Randolph County Indiana (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
Dedicated to All Veterans: Past - Present - Future (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
First in Nation with All Rural Consolidated High Schools (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
Lee L. Driver (2009) (Marker Number 68.2009.1.)
Randolph County (Indiana) (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
Randolph County Quakers (2010) (Marker Number 68.2010.1.)
Revolutionary War Memorial: Buried in Unmarked Graves (1987) (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
The Rebecca Pearse Goodrich Family Homestead
W.W. II and Korean Conflict - War Memorial (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
Winchester Speedway (2014)
World War I War Memorial — The Spirit of the American Doughboy (1968) (Randolph County Courthouse Square)
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