Oregon Research Tips and Strategies
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Oregon Research Strategies[edit | edit source]
Below are links to different research strategy pages to help you locate your ancestors in Oregon
- Oregon Online Genealogy Records
- How to find Oregon Birth Records
- How to find Oregon Marriage Records
- How to find Oregon Death Records
Oregon Research Tips[edit | edit source]
These tips will help you as you research your ancestors in Oregon.
- Birth information: Oregon statewide registration of births began in 1903. A helpful substitute record to find birth information is a death record. However, date and place of birth on a death record is considered secondary information, as it was not recorded at the time of the birth event. The birth information should be corroborated with other substitute records to improve accuracy.
- Finding Parents: Oregon began statewide registration of deaths began in July 1903. They often will list the parents of the deceased and their birth information. Search Oregon death records
- Look in all censuses: Always look for your ancestor in every possible census. There are clues regarding immigration, naturalization, and occupation that can lead to other records. Sometimes parents can be found living with their children later in life. Search U.S. Censuses.
Oregon Record Finder[edit | edit source]
This brief Record Finder is designed to help you determine the best record to search for the type of information you are looking for. It is most helpful for post-1850 research. For a more complete Record Finder, covering additional research needs, see Oregon Record Finder.
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Further Oregon Research[edit | edit source]
- Remember, for a more complete Record Finder, covering additional research needs, see Oregon Record Finder.
- For online record collections, go to Oregon Online Genealogy Records.
- For more research on Oregon, including research at the county level, visit the Oregon page on the Research Wiki.
- Search all of the Oregon record collections at FamilySearch.