To the south in Alabama is Conecuh County, and they have been an official county since 1818.
Historically speaking, you will find the greatest number of Conecuh County public records from after 1908. That's the year Alabama legislated the requirement of all states to submit their birth and death information to the state. But most counties were keeping records before that, so you can usually look farther at the county level.
For Conecuh County public records, you can make a request to get a certified copy of most types of vital records from the health department office in Evergreen. They accept mailed-in applications as wellbut you can also get your records while you wait if you go in person to the office. If you are eligible to have a copy of a record (more on that below), then you just have to show up with the completed request form and your own photo ID, and pay the search fee. It's not a complicated process at all.
Conecuh County Birth Records
You won't be able to access Conecuh County birth records unless they are for your immediate family, or until 125 years have passed. These privacy laws are in place to prevent against identity fraud, and are state-wide. So you can only make a request for your own birth certificate, or a copy of your child, parent, spouse or sibling's records. The cost for each is $15 USD (payable to the State Board of Health, if paid by check or money order).
Conecuh County Death Records
The privacy laws include Conecuh County death records, but only extend for 25 years past the date of death. Recent records are only issued to family members, same as birth records, but after 25 years, you can get a certified copy of anyone's death certificate. If you don't necessarily need an official certified copy, then you can do your research at the State Archive or possibly even your local library for indexes of Conecuh County death records at no cost. Many records are also available through genealogy websites because they are public domain information. For a certified copy, it will cost $15 USD.
Conecuh County Marriage Records
Old records may be retrieved at the Probate courthouse, also located in Evergreen, but you can also make requests at the health department if the marriage took place after 1936. Before 1936, there may be records as far as the early 1800s but they can be incomplete. Getting a copy from the health department will cost $15 USD though the fees may be different if you are going to the Probate court. Conecuh County marriage records are available to the public with no privacy restrictions at all.
Conecuh County Criminal Records
Unless you are doing a background check as an employer, you are only permitted access to your own Conecuh County criminal records. You can make a request by mail to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, and the cost per each copy of the record is $25 USD.
You should also note that if a record is not found (except in the case of criminal records), then your search fees are not refunded because you paid for the search not the document itself.