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Mary Ann Coleman
Mary Ann Coleman • 2 years ago

Part 1: How do you research using death certificates? Much of the information gleaned from a death certificate can be used more effectively to connect to other resources that document your ancestor. This article is the first in a series to help beginning researchers extract information from the death certificate to learn more about an ancestor.

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Part 2: What can you glean from a death certificate? This is the second article in a series on how to research using death certificates. Part 1: How do you research using death certificates? covered names, place of death, marital status, occupation, and birth place. This article covers more strategies that will help you glean more information about your ancestor from the death certificate. #genealogy

Part 3: Where do you look after locating a death certificate? #genealogy

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Missouri State Archives Death Certificate Search

If you've tracked down a death certificate for a relative you know it usually lists the date, place and cause of death. Join Crista as she reviews a few different death records and shows you even more rich family history information available on that one, little piece of paper. #genealogy

When we think of civil death records, typically a death certificate or a death register comes to mind. But in browsing through these collections I found other related records included as well. For example, the description of the South Carolina Death Records, 1821-1955 database reveals that it also includes “returns of interment, returns of death, transportation for burial forms, and physician’s certificates,” among other things [click for details]

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