According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, a copy of a birth certificate can be obtained at a local health department. As of 2014, there is a fee for this service.
Find marriage records in Missouri at the Department of Health and Senior Services Bureau of Vital Records by filling out an application, showing identification and paying the required fee. Find certified copies of marriage licenses at the office of the local county reco...
Missouri rests in the Midwestern region of the United States. Missouri is bordered by Iowa to the north, Illinois to the east, Kentucky and Tennessee to the southeast, Arkansas to the south and Oklahoma and Kansas to the west.
Missouri became the 24th U.S state on Aug. 10, 1821. The capital city was first located in Saint Charles before it was moved to Jefferson City in 1926. Missouri was the first state to lie entirely to the west of the Mississippi River.
To obtain a copy of your birth certificate in Missouri, complete an application for a copy of a birth certificate on the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services' website or visit a local health department office in Missouri to complete the application. An appl...
In 1923, the state of Missouri declared Crataegus punctata, or the white Hawthorne blossom, as its official state flower. The white hawthorn blossom and over 75 other species of hawthorn are native to Missouri, particularly in the southernmost regions among the Ozark Mo...
The Missouri government site has a public record section allowing users to search records such as arrest reports, birth and death certificates, and marriage or divorce records. Visitors of the site can also search a business records database that includes tax registrati...