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Kentucky death records : COLLECTION RECORD, 1911-1965

Electronic Resource
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Genealogical Society of Utah, 2007

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An index for Kentucky Death Records is available online, click here.

Originals at the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort.

Certificates are arranged first by year, then by month, then alphabetically by county. They have continuous certificate numbers for each year. Each month or certificates between months may have certificates for earlier months/years and certificates may also be for older deaths. The year date in the last column of the index indicates with which year the certificate is found.

Index and images of state death certificates located at the Kentucky Office of Vital Statistics in Frankfort, Kentucky. Statewide death registration began in 1911.

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