Check out this neat Ancestry.com site on Death Records.
Not only can you learn about various types of records (a nice overview of some of the records you might want to look into) and there is a contest running through 2 November where you can try for prizes!
As Halloween approaches, checking into death records seems to fit!
Did you learn about a “new-to-you” place to search for to find death records? Did you win a prize?
Editor’s Note: You can “read” the information death records for free, though, to participate in the various contest challenges, an Ancestry.com subscription is required.
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