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'''Births Post 1969'''
 
'''Births Post 1969'''
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'''ACTION:'''
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If you know the exact date of birth, you can order a copy of the certificate if you are:<br>
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*The Person on the Certificate
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*The Parents and Grandparents of Person on the Certificate
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*The Wife or Husband of the Person on the Certificate
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*The Children and Grandchildren of the Person on the Certificate
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*The Brothers or Sisters
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*Anyone who has Legal interest in the Certificate
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A copy of the birth record cannot be obtained by anyone else until after 100 years from the date of the birth.
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To order a copy of the birth certificate from the Vital Registration office, this website: http://www.wvdhhr.org/bph/hsc/vital/birthcert.asp
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If you do not know the exact date of death:
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For a fee, the Vital Registration office will do a 3 year search. Visit their website to order a search: http://www.wvdhhr.org/bph/hsc/vital/birthcert.asp
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Substitutes for birth record information (from the wiki):
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*Church Records: Depending on the denomination, church records may contain information about birth, marriage and death.
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*Cemetery Records: Cemetery records are a rich source of birth and death information.  These records may also reveal family relationships.
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*Census: Census records are a valuable source for birth and marriage information. You may also determine approximate time of death when the individual disappear from the census. This is a good place to begin a search.
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*Newspapers: Besides obituaries, local newspapers may contain birth and marriage announcements and death notices.  Also check newspaper social columns for additional information.
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*Military Records: Military pension records can give birth, marriage and death information.  In addition, soldiers' homes records can include this same information.

Revision as of 23:03, 29 January 2013

Births Post 1969

ACTION: If you know the exact date of birth, you can order a copy of the certificate if you are:

  • The Person on the Certificate
  • The Parents and Grandparents of Person on the Certificate
  • The Wife or Husband of the Person on the Certificate
  • The Children and Grandchildren of the Person on the Certificate
  • The Brothers or Sisters
  • Anyone who has Legal interest in the Certificate

A copy of the birth record cannot be obtained by anyone else until after 100 years from the date of the birth.

To order a copy of the birth certificate from the Vital Registration office, this website: http://www.wvdhhr.org/bph/hsc/vital/birthcert.asp


If you do not know the exact date of death: For a fee, the Vital Registration office will do a 3 year search. Visit their website to order a search: http://www.wvdhhr.org/bph/hsc/vital/birthcert.asp

Substitutes for birth record information (from the wiki):

  • Church Records: Depending on the denomination, church records may contain information about birth, marriage and death.
  • Cemetery Records: Cemetery records are a rich source of birth and death information. These records may also reveal family relationships.
  • Census: Census records are a valuable source for birth and marriage information. You may also determine approximate time of death when the individual disappear from the census. This is a good place to begin a search.
  • Newspapers: Besides obituaries, local newspapers may contain birth and marriage announcements and death notices. Also check newspaper social columns for additional information.
  • Military Records: Military pension records can give birth, marriage and death information. In addition, soldiers' homes records can include this same information.