April 27, 2007

Death Record Finder - Finding an Ancestor in Death Records

Most genealogists search death records such as Cemetery records, Obituaries and Vital Stats (Death Registrations or Certificates). If we don't find our ancestor in one of those death records, we're stuck! Where to search next? The ADF (Ancestor Death Finder) can help. You can purchase my E-Book Ancestor Death Record Finder: Tips on Finding a Death Record When You've Hit a Brick Wall at Amazon for only $1.15
What happens when a loved one dies? What events take place around the death of a family member? What kind of death record paper trail is created on the death of an individual? The answers to these questions will lead you to other sources of death records and hopefully end that brick-wall.

When an ancestor dies, many records of that death might be created. Let's talk about records kept before an ancestor death and those created after a death. Get the full list of suggestions in my E-Book


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1 comment:

Dave Grow said...

Great checklist to go through! Thanks for taking us through the logic--we probably give up way too early most the time.