The following information details the Alabama Marriage Records currently available online. Also view the Alabama Vital Records page for information on how to obtain these records in paper copy from the state of Alabama or the current Alabama Court House. Autauga County, Alabama Marriage Records Hosted at Ancestry.com Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920 $ This database is
Autauga County, Alabama Deaths Hosted at Ancestry.com Federal Death Records of Alabama, 1860 Death records from 1860, as taken from the 1860 Federal Mortality Schedule. Baldwin County, Alabama Deaths Hosted at Ancestry.com Federal Death Records of Alabama, 1860 Death records from 1860, as taken from the 1860 Federal Mortality Schedule. Hosted at Tracking Your
J. Norgren died January 15, 1907, age 78 years. John O. Belin died June 2, 1926, at the age of 79. L. M. Norgren died here July 12, 1923, age 59 years: J. W. Norgren died November 3, 1926, his age was 77. Joseph Olson died September 14. 1933, age 56. Louis Palmersten died February
* “These will probably seem meager and incomplete, but they are an exact and complete copy of the only records All Saints’ has for the period covered”-Emest Helfenstein. Barnhart, Benjamin m Rachael Wood, daughter of Joseph and Catharine Wood, April 3, 1773. Biggs, Benjamin m Hennaratta Prudence Deborah Margaretta Munday, daughter of Henry Munday, Sept.
The Social Security Death Index provides birth date, death date, last known residence, and where the last payment was sent for persons who received benefits from the Social Security Administration. Approximately 98% of the people in this index died after 1962; the earliest date died in 1937. Those who held social security numbers but did not receive benefits or whose death was not reported to the administration, will not be listed. This index will help you pinpoint the date an ancestor died or at least narrow it to a month and year, making it easier to obtain the right death certificate from a county or state record office.
Our Georgia Marriage Collection provides marriage records from specific Georgia counties up until the year 1850 (except for Pulaski, which goes through 1930). Some are inclusive and cover all of the years from the start of record keeping in the county, while others have breaks in the data. The reasons for the breaks in the data can be a loss of records at the county level, an error during the initial transcription, or just a lack of marriage events during that period in time.
Effingham County, Georgia Marriages 1754-1850: The following marriage records have been extracted from Effingham County Georgia court records. They contain an index to the marriage records for the years of 1754-1850, not inclusive. There appears to be a large gap in the marriage records for the years of 1778-1791, with only one marriage recorded.
The following marriage records have been extracted from Baldwin County Georgia court records. They contain an index to the marriage records for the years of 1806-1850.
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Vital records, as their name suggests, are connected with central life events: birth, marriage, and death. Maintained by civil authorities, they are prime sources of genealogical information; but, unfortunately, official vital records are available only for relatively recent periods. These records, despite their recent creation in the United States, are critically important in genealogical research,