5 Things You Can Learn From Death Records
5 things you can learn from death records
Funeral Home Records - Family History at the Funeral Home
Funeral home records or undertaker records can be a valuable source of family history information. Learn where to find them and how to use them to add new facts to your family tree.
Intro to Genealogy - Death Records
Learn about the various types of death records and the information they contain which can help you fill in the gaps in your family tree.
How to Find a Death Date or Location
An individual's death date can usually be found in these genealogical records.
Where to Find U.S. Death Records
Learn where and how to access death certificates and death records for each US state and territory. Includes links to online death certificate applications and indexes, where available.
The BMD Project
Search this free database by state, county, first name, and/or last name to find death records submitted by users.
Volunteers have spent several years transcribing records for this free genealogy database, providing free Internet access to the Civil Registration index of births, marriages, and deaths from England and Wales for the period 1837-1983. Contains over 66 million unique records.
Online Searchable Death Indexes & Records
Browse this directory to find online death indexes listed by state and county, including cemetery listings, probate records and obituaries. Most of the death records included here are free. Fee-based listings are marked appropriately.
Arizona Genealogy Birth & Death Indexes
Free online searchable database of scanned images for Arizona birth records 1887-1928 and death records 1878-1953.
New York City Death Records Search 1891-1911
Search by last name to find transcribed information from NYC death records, including full name, age and date of death, county, and death certificate number. A free database from the Italian Genealogical Group.