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Court Services - Archives and Records


The Clerk’s Archives and Records Building located at 120 E. Blount Street is open to the public from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.

The Archives and Records Division stores the case records for the Clerk of the Circuit Court, the Board of County Commissioners and the State Attorney’s office.  Archives retrieves the Clerk’s records as needed for all departments, preserves historical records, provides help to the public researching these documents and provides for the orderly scheduling, microfilming and destruction of records as provided by law. 

The historical document section for Escambia County is located in Archives and Records.  This collection is a great aid in assisting historians, genealogists, thesis writers, and archaeologists who are interested in our beautiful county and our rich heritage.  Architects working with downtown Pensacola improvement boards have also found this collection to be of great value.

The Clerk's Office is committed to the preservation of historical records and takes an active role in maintaining them for their historical value and enjoyment for future generations.  A sampling of these historical records include:

  • Marriage Books - 1822-1999
  • Old Wills and Will Books - 1800's
  • Probate Cases - 1883-1997
  • Government Survey of 1827
  • Circuit Civil Files - 1820-1985
  • Spanish Census of Pensacola - 1820
  • Slave Records
  • Military Discharge Books - 1919-1972
  • Many, many more

Contact Information

Archives & Records

Telephone: (850) 595-4146   
Archives & Records

120 E Blount St
Pensacola, Florida  32501
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Archives & Records
P.O. Box 333
Pensacola, Florida  32591-0333

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the general public view these historical documents?
Yes. The general public is invited and encouraged to view these historical documents during our normal business hours.

Can I purchase copies of these documents?


Please read the instructions for the forms that you are downloading.
Additional forms may be needed depending on your situation.

NOTE: The forms supplied by the Clerk's office are general in nature and may not meet your specific needs. The Clerk does not guarantee the legal sufficiency of these forms; therefore, you may need to consult with an attorney regarding your particular situation.

Related Resources

NOTE: Most of the "Related Resource" links above are not maintained by the Clerk.