12 Million New Vital Records Available on Archives

by Amy Johnson Crow

Posted on April 22, 2014

Whether your ancestors were in Virginia, the American West, or somewhere in between, you'll want to take a look at the latest collections on Archives.com.

We recently added nine new collections of birth, marriage, and death records with more than 12 million records. Let's take a look at the newest collections:

Oklahoma, Marriage Index 1870-1930. Information may include names, ages, and the date and place of marriage. Coverage varies by county.

Oregon, Birth and Christening Index 1868-1929. Information may include the child's name, birth date, birth place, and parents' names. Coverage varies by county.

Texas County Marriage Index 1837-1977. Information includes the names of the bride and groom, marriage date, and  marriage place. Coverage varies by county.

Utah County Marriage Index 1887-1937. Information may include names, ages, and the date and place of marriage.

Utah, Marriage Index 1887-1966. Information may include names, ages, and the date and place of marriage. Coverage varies by county.

Virginia, Marriage Index 1785-1940. Information may include names, ages, and the date and place of marriage. Information and coverage varies by county.

Washington, Death Certificate Index 1907-1960. Information includes the person's name, date of death, and place of death. Coverage in the early years is not complete, due to lack of compliance with the Washington state law.

United States, Select Birth and Christening Index 1867-1961 and United States, Death and Burial Index 1867-1931. Records in these collections come from a variety of sources. Coverage and details varies by location.

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