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Birth Certificates and 27 Other Places to Look for Birth Data When you explore your genealogy, one of the first things you need to know about a person is the birth date. The birthplace helps too, of course. There are many places to find this information, and most of them have additional useful data. We’ll look at some of the possibilities here.
World War I Draft Registration Card for John Ralph Austin, dated June 5, 1917.