County Clerk Resources

The County Clerk's offices contain a library of records, such as deeds, plats and other records pertaining to property located within the county. These records are open to the public and provide valuable data regarding the size, shape and location, legal description and property owner of all property situated in the County. The County Clerk is the clerk of the Commissioners' Court, County Court at Law #1, Probate Court and is the local registrar for Calhoun County. 

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Court Records Online

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 Search Criminal and Civil records online through Tyler Odyssey Portal.

When searching court records, if you know only part of the name add an " * " at the end of the search.

Search by Last Name, First Name.

Public Property Records

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 Search Official Public Records online from 1992 - Present through County Government Records. Register online and select the county you are searching for.

Search under "Both Names" by Last Name, First Name.

Deed Index Online

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 Search Land Record Index Books online through Kofile. Date ranges from 1882 to 2009. To purchase the document associated with this site; please contact our office for copies at 361.553.4411. 

disclaimer

 By using this service, in any form, the user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the County and anyone involved in storing, retrieving, or displaying this information for any damage of any type that may be caused by retrieving this information over the internet.

Users should remember that the index is similar to a library card catalogue; it is a guide to the information contained within the documents referenced and should not be relied upon in making any decision or determination regarding the document.

The user is advised to search all possible spelling variation of names, as well as other search criteria, to maximize search results.

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Marriage Licenses

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  • Please note, no marriage licenses will be issued after 4:00 pm.
  • There is a 72 hour waiting period after the license is issued.
  • The marriage license is valid for 90 days after the license is issued.

Call our office for Justice of the Peace's phone numbers.

Acknowledgment of Paternity (AOP)

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  •  Please call to make an appointment to file an Acknowledgment of Paternity with the state. Parents can learn more about an Acknowledgment of Paternity prior to visiting the Clerk's office. See link below.
  • Attorney General of Texas 

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