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'''How do I find my ancestor’s birth record?''' <br>  
 
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More information about US Birth Records can be found on [[United States Vital Records|United States Vital Records]] wiki page.

Revision as of 21:54, 11 April 2013

Frequently Asked Questions about United States Birth Records

Finding United States Birth Records go to FAQs about U.S. Birth Records

How do I find my ancestor’s birth record?

  1. Use the Finding US Birth Records wiki page
  2. Check online indexes and digital images
  3. Check repositories, such as archives and libraries (FHL)
  4. Obtain certificate from the government agency ($$)

Why would I want to search for a birth record?

  • May give the exact date and place where the child was born
  • May indicate where the parents were born
  • Help you extend a generation to the parents of the child.

What information does a birth record include?
Information gathered by state and county officials differs from each state. Generally the following was included:

  • Name of child
  • Birth date and place of child
  • Father’s name
  • Mother’s name including maiden
  • Birthplaces of parents

More information about US Birth Records can be found on United States Vital Records wiki page.