The Middlesex County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office of Virginia has a long history of providing its citizens with full access to public records maintained by the Court. The Circuit Court Clerk’s Office is responsible for recording documents pertaining to several categories and maintaining them in accordance with applicable law.
The public records room of the Clerk of Circuit Court has held the history of certain records since 1600s. Records maintained by the Clerk’s Office include:
- Civil Actions
- Criminal Cases
- Fictitious Name Certificates
- Handgun Permit Orders
- Land Records
- Marriage Licenses
- Name Change Cases
- Wills and Probate
Old census records were also kept at the Clerk’s Office and date back to 1880. Current census records are held by the County Administrator’s office.
How to Obtain Copies of Records
Visit the public records room of the Middlesex Courthouse located at:
73 Bowden Street
Saluda, VA. 23149
The public records room is open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday except holidays.
Copies of records are available for $.50 per copy. A deputy clerk may certify copies for $2 per document. Certain records are maintained by the Library of Virginia.
For specific information regarding records available at the Library of Virginia, you may contact them at 804-692-3500 or visit its website. Please note that the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office is prohibited by law from performing certain searches, but deputy clerk will assist our citizens whenever possible.