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Johnson County, Texas Courthouse Information

 

Johnson County Clerk’s Office – The Johnson County Clerk’s Office maintains records in 2 buildings – the Guinn Justice Center and the Historic Courthouse.

Guinn Justice Center
204 S. Buffalo Ave.
Cleburne, Texas 76033

Phone: 817-556-6323
Website:
http://www.johnsoncountytx.org/courts/county/clerk/

Court Records:

The County Clerk’s Office will search probate records, wills, and divorce records for a $5.00 fee. The fee is charged whether or not a record is found. Photocopies of the indexes to the old wills and probate records are available in the Clerk’s Office for the public to search through.

 

Historic Courthouse
2 N. Main St. # 131 (Mailing Address – PO Box 1986)
Cleburne TX  76033

817-556-6956

Vital Records: See this page for how to order copies of marriage, birth, death, and other records: http://www.johnsoncountytx.org/courts/county/clerk/recording/

Birth and death certificates may also be ordered online from the Texas Department of State Health Services at http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/vs/reqproc/birth_death_general.shtm. There are restrictions on ordering, so read the instructions carefully.

Land Records – Johnson County Deed Records are available in the County Clerk’s Office at the courthouse. Copies are $1 per page. They are also online. See Online Resources below for that information.

 

Johnson County Clerk’s Office Online Resources

 

Johnson County Clerk’s Office Public Records Searchhttp://www.texasonlinerecords.com/clerk/search – Search criminal, civil, and probate records. This is an index only. Copies of records would have to be ordered from the County Clerk’s Office. Not all years are included. The earliest record I have found was in 1899.

Johnson County Clerk’s Office Property Recordshttps://i2tx.uslandrecords.com/TX/Johnson/D/Default.aspx (Free & Paid)

All of the Johnson County property records have been scanned and are free to search and view online. (Search box is located at the very top of the page.) There is a $1 per page charge to print or download. This is the same price you would pay at the courthouse. You must sign up for an account in order to print or download records.