Columbia County Death Certificates

Search for Columbia County WA death certificates. A death certificate search can provide information on time of death, place of death, legal proof of death, proof of death, wills, estates, filing for life insurance, death records, age at death, cause of death, certified death certificates, and genealogical research.

Coroners and Medical Examiners in Columbia County Washington are responsible for determining the cause, time, and manner of death for a deceased person. As part of this job, they maintain Columbia County death records, including death certificates. These records list information about how the deceased person passed away, the time and place of death, and any personal information about the deceased, such as the person's name, date of birth, and age at death. Coroners and Medical Examiners report this information to state and local government authorities, who may also issue Columbia County death certificates. These records may be available through the Columbia County Coroner and Medical Examiner's website.

Columbia County Medical Examiner & Coroner Dayton WA 116 North 3rd Street 99328 509-382-1197

Clerk Offices in Columbia County Washington maintain and preserve public records for a local government, including vital documents such as death certificates. Columbia County death certificates provide information on the deceased individual's name, the place and time of death, and age at death. They may also include the cause of death. Columbia County Clerks often issue certified death certificates, which may be required to settle financial and legal matters such as wills, estates, or filing for life insurance. Death certificates can also be used for genealogical research, and some Clerk Offices maintain Columbia County vital records that date back to the 1600s. Clerk Offices typically provide online access to death certificates.

Columbia County Clerk Dayton WA 341 East Main Street 99328 509-382-4321

Hospitals in Columbia County Washington provide a range of medical services to patients of all ages, and they also create death records for individuals who pass away or are declared dead at a Hospital. These death certificates list the deceased individual's name, the time and place of death, and age at death, and they may also include the cause of death. Columbia County Hospitals report death information to Washington State and local government authorities, which issue certified Columbia County death certificates that act as legal proof of death. Hospital death certificates may be available online through the Hospital website.

Columbia County Hospital District Dayton WA 1012 South 3rd Street 99328 509-382-2531

Dayton General Hospital Dayton WA 1012 South 3rd Street 99328 509-382-2531