11548Re: Looking for Death record
- Jul 3, 2008Can u give us a name and some dates? I have Newspaper archive and
can see if i can find an obit there. There is also RAOGK u can try
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "xdaysofyouthx"
> I have one big hole in my genealogy research. My great grandmother
> has no record of death. There is no death certificate or record on
> file, no record at the cemetery where she should have been buried
> only one in town, her husband who died 50 years later is there, andremarried
> they attended the cemetery's church). She would have died between
> She gave birth to a son in 1925 and by 1927 her husband was
> and had a son with the new wife. We have used ancestry.com, thecity
> library where all deaths in the county are recorded, and town hallof
> where she lived. Also, there is no possibility of divorce, myAlso
> grandmother has always said her mother died when she was a kid.
> I have been advised to look at the health dept. for a burial permit
> but only funeral directors are apparently allowed to see them.
> have been told to look at area funeral homes to see if they have aof
> record. But why would the state, county, and town have no record
> her death? Why would she be buried somewhere else? The onlyplace I
> have left to look is the church that she married at, maybe she was
> buried through that cemetery.
> Anywhere else I could look?
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