Posted on May 15, 2013
The vital record collections on Archives.com keep on growing! We recently added more than 13 million vital records from South Carolina, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin. If you have ancestors in those states, you will want to check out these 12 new collections!
South Carolina, Early Death Records includes statewide death certificates, 1915-1955; Charleston death records, 1821-1914; Spartanburg death records, 1895-1897 and 1903-1914; and Union death records, 1900 and 1913-1914. Information varies by source, but could include name, date and place of death, age, gender, race, and death certificate number. A digital image is provided when available.
Vermont, Death Records contains death certificates and amended death certificates from 1909 to 2008. Information varies by record, but may include the person's name, gender, date and place of birth, date and place of death, residence, parent's names, spouse's name, and cause of death. Digital images are available for some records.
Washington Marriage Records contains marriage records from the state of Washington from 1865 to 2004. Information in the database includes the names of the bride and groom, date and county of the marriage. When available, the record also contains a digital image of the marriage record, which often contains more information.
Wisconsin, Marriage Records contains information from the index maintained by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Information that may be found in this database includes groom's name, groom's age, groom's residence, bride's name, bride's age, bride's residence, marriage date, marriage county, and marriage certificate number.
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