Records of deaths reported in California are in various public records, which may supplement each other with, names of family, place and circumstances of death, physical description of the decedent, residence and their employment. Death certificates and obituaries are familiar Read More
I may search newspapers for a birth listing because there is no available birth index for that date or I don’t know in which county or state the birth occurred. In the case where I’m searching for birth parents for Read More
Can one assume that an online government index is complete even within the inclusive dates? What can you get if you supplement that with a phone call to the agency? A database that aggregates criminal records indicated that my subject Read More
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Are you gathering names of people who work at a company? Searching for those through Linkedin may return an invisible profile if you’re not in the network of that individual. Your Linkedin network consists of your 1st, 2nd and 3rd Read More
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We’re spoiled in California. We have a public birth index that lists records into the 1990’s. I also have a supplemental index that goes to 2009 and a microfiche index that has names of adoptees (and their birth name) and Read More