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SSDI - Social Security Death Index search the Social Security Death Index. It contains the records of deceased personswho possessed Social Security numbers and whose death had been reported to http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
Extractions: Links to other information Ancestry.com's Social Security Death Index is generated from the U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File. It contains the records of deceased persons who possessed Social Security numbers and whose death had been reported to the SSA. In most cases a report of death was made in connection with Social Security death benefits. How to Correct Errors in the SSDI If an individual claims that SSA has incorrectly listed someone as deceased (or has incorrect dates/data on the Death Master File (DMF), the individual should contact their local social security office (with proof) to have the error corrected. That local social security office will: Make the correction to the main file at SSA and give the individual a verification document of SSA's current records to use to show any company recipient/purchaser of the DMF that had the error, OR
Other Vital Records Services The Wisconsin vital records Office allows inperson searching by appointment only.To schedule an appointment, please contact the genealogy receptionist at (608 http://www.dhfs.state.wi.us/VitalRecords/genereq.htm
Extractions: Topics A-Z Reference Center Search Vital Records Main Page ... Contact Us Other Vital Records Services How can I search indexes and certificates in person? The Wisconsin Vital Records Office allows in-person searching by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please contact the genealogy receptionist at (608) 267-7820 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 4:15 P.M. (C.S.T.), Monday through Friday. A limited number of appointments are available and they fill up quickly. Please call as far in advance as possible. Available Hours for in-person searching: Monday through Friday: 8:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. If you still have questions after reading the information below, please contact us Which records can I access?
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Extractions: The following sites have purchased the indexes to post to their web sites. If you have any problems or questions about the indexes, please contact that site. The information listed on the indexes may or may not reflect the same information on the original certificate on file in this office, due to typing errors when recording the information off the original certificate during processing. NOTE: The Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics can not by law, provide free information from records, do a genealogical search, or look to see if a certificate is on file without a completed application form and the proper fee submitted. The Kentucky Vital Statistics office will, upon receiving the application and fee, do a search of the records and if a certificate is on file, it will be mailed to you. The fee is for the search of the records and no refunds will be issued if a certificate can not be found. The office does not issue un-certified or photo copies of certificates.
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Genealogical Searches vital Statistics records are not public. The person applying for a genealogicalsearch must show they are eligible (pdf133kb) to apply for someone s birth http://www3.gov.ab.ca/gs/information/vs/genealogy.cfm
Extractions: Genealogical Searches What is a genealogical search? A genealogical search is generally what someone does to find out more about their family tree. Vital Statistics is often used as a research resource. When using the Vital Statistics records it is important to understand a few facts. Vital Statistics only has the records for birth, marriage, death and stillbirth registrations that were registered and occurred in Alberta. Vital Statistics have Alberta birth records dating from approximately 1850 to present and Alberta marriage and death records dating from approximately 1890 to present. An individual requesting a genealogical search should ask for a photocopy of a registration, as this document carries the most information of any document that is produced through Vital Statistics. Alberta Vital Statistics records cannot be accessed over the Internet.
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Vital Records: Genealogy: NYS Library New York State Department of Health vital records Section, genealogy Unit PO Box2602 Albany, NY 122202602, Telephone 518/474-2005 http//www.health.state.ny http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/genealogy/vitrec.htm
Extractions: New York State Library Genealogy The New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Records provides birth and marriage records from 1881, death records from 1880 and divorce records from 1963. Divorce records are maintained for the entire state, including the five boroughs of New York City. New York State Vital Records does not maintain records filed in Albany, Buffalo or Yonkers prior to 1914. New York State does file birth records for Queens and Richmond counties for the years 1881 through 1897. Anyone may obtain records of births that occurred at least 75 years ago and records of marriages and deaths that occurred at least 50 years ago. Access to more recent records is restricted to immediate family members with proof of identity. The Department of Health adds index information only once a year. The Bureau of Vital Records requires that requests for genealogical recordsrecords for family history purposes, not needing certification for legal purposesbe submitted by mail, or you may obtain forms and submit genealogical requests at the Department of Health's Satellite Office in Menands (800 North Pearl Street, 2nd Floor). Submitting requests at the Satellite Office saves time. You cannot save time by mailing genealogical requests by faster than ordinary mail. Applications may also be dropped off in the New York State Archives reading room reception area on the 3rd floor of the Cultural Education Center.
VITAL EVENT INDEXES - BC ARCHIVES must be between you and the search agent solely. The British Columbia vital StatisticsAgency maintains the The genealogy page provides information about other http://www.bcarchives.gov.bc.ca/textual/governmt/vstats/v_events.htm
Extractions: Genealogy Vital Events Visual Records Textual Records ... How Do I? Participate In Our User Survey: Website Client Satisfaction Survey (Until June 16, 2004) Welcome to the British Columbia Archives' Vital Events Indexes page, which contains summary information on historical births, deaths and marriages that were submitted to District Registrars and registered by the Director of Vital Statistics. This information resource was developed in cooperation with the British Columbia Vital Statistics Agency and the assistance of several genealogical societies. Additional resources of interest to genealogists are listed on the main Genealogy page. This on-line information resource allows researchers to: Search the on-line indexes for summaries of historical birth, marriage or death registrations . (Please note: registrations available are of limited release dates for British Columbia only View and note the necessary index information (such as microfilm reel number, registration number, name) in order to access the actual marriage or death registration records. Review the list of Frequently Asked Questions summarized at the bottom of this page.
Extractions: Genealogy Vital records document births, marriages and deaths. They are maintained by governmental agencies and are used as primary sources in genealogical research. The researcher should be aware that recording, particularly of births and deaths, was very incomplete. Although Wisconsin law required counties to register these events since 1852, only a limited number were actually recorded by the counties before 30 September 1907. Vital records were maintained at the state and/or county level. The Society owns state level vital records. The researcher should also check the appropriate county courthouse for possible additional birth, marriage and death records. One of the most important details about a birth, marriage or death record is the informant. This person varies and, therefore, the accuracy of the information varies. A parent may give the information on their child's birth record. A bride or groom will usually provide the information for the marriage record and the widow or nearest family member may give information on a death record. It is also possible for non-related persons to give information on any and all of these types of records. Many records will provide the name of the informant toward the bottom of the form. Pre-1907 The Society Library holds microfilm of the births, marriages, and deaths recorded in Wisconsin at the state level before October 1, 1907. These records on microfilm are arranged by county and by date of registration. They are not filmed by the date of the event. Therefore, it is necessary to use the indexes first.