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Birth index, 1907-1954; births, 1907-1948, delayed birth certificates, 1850-1960 (Washington)

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 952 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.

Notes

See instructions at beginning of each set of years for complete explanation of contents in index.

Includes general index with some volumes individually indexed.

The following is a key to the place codes for the general index: Code Location Code Location 010 Adams County 013, Othello City, 020 Asotin County, 023 Clarkston City, 030 Benton County , 031 Kennewick City, 032 Richland City, 033 Prosser City , 040 Chelan County , 042 Wenatchee City , 050 Clallam County, 052 Port Angeles City , 060 Clark County, 062 Vancouver City, 063 Camas City, 064 Washougal City, 070 Columbia County, 073 Dayton City, 080 Cowlitz County, 082 Longview City, 083 Kelso City, 090 Douglas County, 100 Ferry County 110 Franklin County 112 Pasco City 120 Garfield County 130 Grant County 134 Ephrata City, 135 Moses Lake City, 136 Quincy City 140 Grays Harbor County , 141 Aberdeen City, 142 Hoquiam City 150 Island County, 153 Oak Harbor City, 160 Jefferson County

The following is a continuation of the key to place codes: Code Location Code Location 163 Port Townsend City, 170 King County, 171 Seattle City, 172 Renton City, 173 Auburn City, 174 Enumclaw City, 175 Kent City, 176 Kirkland City , 177 Bellevue City, 178 Normandy Park City, 179 Mercer Island City, 180 Kitsap County, 182 Bremerton City, 183 Port Orchard City , 190 Kittitas County, 193 Ellensburg City, 200 Klickitat County, 203 Goldendale City, 210 Lewis County 213 Centralia City 214 Chehalis City, 220 Lincoln County, 230 Mason County 233 Shelton City , 240 Okanogan County , 243 Omak City, 250 Pacific County, 253 Raymond City, 260 Pend Oreille County, 270 Pierce County 271 Tacoma City, 272 Puyallup City, 273 Sumner City , 274 Buckley City , 275 Fircrest City, 280 San Juan County

The following is a continuation of the key to place codes: Code Location 290 Skagit County, 293 Anacortes City, 294 Mount Vernon City, 295 Sedro Woolley City, 296 Burlington City, 300 Skamania County, 310 Snohomish, 312 Everett City, 313 Snohomish City, 314 Edmonds City, 315 Lynnwood City, 316 Marysville City, 317 Mountlake Terrace City, 320 Spokane County, 321 Spokane City, 323 Medical Lake City, 324 Cheney City, 330 Stevens County, 333 Colville City, 340 Thurston County, 342 Olympia City, 343 Tumwater City, 350 Wahkiakum County 360 Walla Walla County , 363 College Place City 370 Whatcom County 372 Bellingham City, 373 Lynden City 380 Whitman County 382 Pullman City 383 Colfax City 390 Yakima County 392 Yakima City 393 Sunnyside City 394 Toppenish City County 395 Grandview City, 396 Wapato City, 397 Selah City

Microfilm 1908289 is restricted for patron usage because the last part of the microfilm contains records for 1949, which are restricted by the state of Washington.

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