Search Results For - Vital Records

Ohio Vital Records #2, 1770s-1880s

The records referenced in this title date mainly from 1750 to 1880 and name approximately 70,000 individuals. The information was collected from a great variety of resources including marriage...

Virginia Vital Records #1, 1600s-1800s

The records referenced date mainly from the 1600s to the 1800s and represent one of the largest existing collections of Virginia records. In general, the records you’ll find here will provide...

Pennsylvania Vital Records, 1700s-1800s

Pennsylvania ancestors? How about tracing them using one of the largest bodies of Pennsylvania source material ever published? More than 87,000 individuals and every article about births, baptisms...

Vital Records: Massachusetts, 1600s-1800s

The depth and quality of information contained in Massachusetts vital records is more significant than any other state. Although Massachusetts did not develop a centralized system of collecting vital...

Rhode Island Vital Records, 1500s-1800s

Referencing approximately 550,000 individuals, this database includes pages of 20 volumes of the Rhode Island Genealogical Register and 13 volumes of Rhode Island Vital Records.

Vital Records: New Netherland, 1600s

This resource represents over 1,793 families in the present area of New York and New Jersey, as well as parts of Delaware and Pennsylvania. Spanning 1613 to 1674, this is rich and detailed family...

A Closer Look at Newspaper Records #1

Old newspaper records are a terrific source of genealogical information of all kinds. You can find almost anything about your ancestors in old newspaper records. If you’re not using them in your...

Family Bibles: A Closer Look at Birth Records #3

One source of birth records that you might not have considered is the family Bible. These were popular in the 1700s and 1800s and were Bibles with blank pages for recording birth, death, and marriage...

Death Indexes: A Closer Look at Death Records #3

If you are not able to locate a death certificate or an obituary for an ancestor, you may be able to find a date of death for them (as well as some other information) in a death index. There are...

Researching Church Records in the U.S.

Have you ever looked at church records to find your ancestors? If not, you're missing out on a valuable genealogical resource. Here's what you need to know.

Massachusetts Genealogical Records, 1600s-1800s

Containing 24 volumes of vital records, family histories, passenger lists, military records, census data, and cemetery records, this collection provides an excellent cross-section of early...

Pennsylvania Colonial Records, 1600s-1800s

Discover this significant collection of records comprehensive in their coverage of colonial Pennsylvania. Approximately 190,000 individuals are referenced within the newspaper abstracts...

1851 United Kingdom Census Records

A census is an official enumeration of the population in a particular area. In addition to counting the inhabitants of an area, the census generally collects other vital information. Since 1801, the...