Difference between revisions of "User:JanaStokes/Sandbox Utah Death Beg Corner Distribution"

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[[Image:Image example.jpg|right|300px|Utah Death Certificate Example]] <br><br>  
 
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*Probably before 1856
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*Probably before 1856  
 
*Probably before 1898  
 
*Probably before 1898  
 
*[[User:JanaStokes/Sandbox Utah Death Beg Corner Distribution#Step_2:_Did_your_ancestor_die_between_1898-1905.3F|Probably between 1898-1905]]  
 
*[[User:JanaStokes/Sandbox Utah Death Beg Corner Distribution#Step_2:_Did_your_ancestor_die_between_1898-1905.3F|Probably between 1898-1905]]  
 
*[[Utah Vital Records#Death_Records|Probably 1905-start of restricted records]]  
 
*[[Utah Vital Records#Death_Records|Probably 1905-start of restricted records]]  
*Resticted rec date - present
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*[[Social_Security_Death_Index_%28SSDI%29#Locations_of_the_Database|Probably 1965 - present]]
  
 
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Revision as of 17:29, 11 November 2012

Step 1: What year did your ancestor die?

Utah Death Certificate Example










Step 2: Choose one of these record types


Death Information also obtained from.....
Soldier Tombstone
LDS Church
Obituary
Social Security Card

Step 3: Hard to find death information

Death Information can be found in many other record types. For ideas on record types to try see United States, How to Find Death Records

Instructions for death calculated at 1898-1905

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Utah County Death Register




You are after what we call a county level death record. Click on the link (below) or map (right) for the county where you think your ancestor died. After clicking select a COUNTY level resource--not a state level resource.