COURT & VITAL RECORDS

Culpeper County Courthouse
The Clerk of the Court
135 W. Cameron St.
Culpeper, VA 22701
Phone: 540.727.3438
Holdings:
Land and probate records from 1749
Marriage records from 1781
Birth records from 1864-1896 and 1912-1917
Death records from 1864-1896
Chancery and Civil Court records from 1831
The Town Clerk holds the Burial records

The Museum of Culpeper History
http://www.culpepermuseum.com/index.cfm
803 South Main Street
P.O. Box 951
Culpeper, VA 22701
Museum: (540) 829-1749
Office: (540) 829-6434
Email: contact@culpepermuseum.com

Culpeper County Chamber of Commerce
109 S. Commerce St.
Culpeper, VA 22701
Phone: 540.825.8628 or 800.285.7373
Fax: 540.825.1449
E-mail: info@culpepervachamber.org

Culpeper County Health Department
640 Laurel St.
Culpeper, VA 22701-3993
Phone: 540.829.7350
Fax: 540.829.7345

Office of Vital Records
VDH, Office of Vital Records
P.O. Box 1000
Richmond, VA 23218-1000
Street Address:
The Shops at Willow Lawn
1601 Williow Lawn Drive
Suite 275
Richmond, VA 23220
Phone: 804.662.6200
Email: VitalRec.Questions@vdh.virginia.gov

Strictly by Name
Various document indexes.
Order transcriptions of actual documents for a fee.

Social Security Death Index

Libraries:

Culpeper County Library
Website:  http://tlc.library.net/culpeper/
Contact:  Library Director - Phone 540-825-8691
Email:  cclva@cclva.org
Mail:  271 Southgate Shopping Center, Culpeper, VA 22701
The library has a special history room with information about local history and genealogy. Visit their website at for hours and use the "catalog" to search for books.

Information about the library's collection

LDS Family History Center
420 Willow Lawn Dr.
Culpeper, VA
Phone: 540.825.2506
Hours: T 10 am-2 pm; T/W 4 pm-8 pm; F 10 am-2 pm; Sat 10 am-2 pm
Culpeper County Collection and Virginia Land and Property Collection

Culpeper Minute Men Chapter
Virginia Society
Daughters of the American Revolution
Email: deansdens@verizon.net

Photos Around Culpeper County, VA

Attractions in Culpeper:
Historic Train Depot
Burgandine House - the oldest building in town (c. 1749) once operated as a tavern
Brandy Station - 1863 site of the largest cavalry battle, involving 20,000 horsemen





Culpeper County, VA
Resources
Downtown Culpeper
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Crystal Dingler - County Coordinator
Copyright 2013

Donna Allen & Mary Kathryn Kozy
Former County Coordinators
Copyright 1996 - 2011