Texas Counties Deliver
District / County Clerk

LaWanda McMurray                                                                   Sworn in January 1, 2009
District/County Clerk
P.O. Box 465 
205 East 10th
Rankin, Texas 79778
Phone: 432-693-2861
Fax: 432-693-2129

Mary Pruett
Deputy/Official Public Records 

 Sandra Perez Aquino                                                                                                       Deputy/County Records                                                                                                 saquino@co.upton.tx.us




    EFFECTIVE MARCH 10, 2021

     The Clerks office doors will be open to the Public beginning March 10, 2021. Out of abundance of caution we are still asking for the public to practice social distancing and encourage you to wear a mask while visiting the Clerk’s office.
    PUBLIC REQUESTS: A desk will be set up inside our office for the public to request any items, such as Birth certificates, Marriage License, copies of deed records, etc. A clerk can assist you with any questions you may have while visiting the office. The Public is also still encouraged to reach out with any questions by email or phone.
    CALL: 432.693.2861


    LaWanda McMurray, County/District Clerk

    Kristi Meraz, Chief Deputy Clerk: District/County Court Records

    Mary Pruett, Deputy Clerk: Official Public Records

    Sandra Aquino, Deputy Clerk: County Court Records

    RECORDING: A drop off box is available inside the Clerk’s office to leave documents that need to be recorded. Same day recording is not available at this time.

    RESEARCH: Researches, Land men, anyone needing to research the Clerks records, are able to do so during the allotted times. Monday – Thursday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. No appointment is necessary, but still encouraged and walk ins are welcomed during this time, if space permits. Clerks office is still practicing social distancing and an over flow research room is available to use for research purposes only. A maximum of 4 people are allowed in the Clerk’s office at one time

    The public can still access Office Public Records from 1984 to present on www.TexasLandRecords.com

    The public can also access County and District Court records from 2000 to present on www.idocket.com

    Or District Records from July 2016 on the Re: Search TX site https://reserch.txcourts.gov/CourtRecordsSearch