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On Wed, 5 Sep 2001 18:25:34 -0700 "Autumn Iris"
> There are several sites that cost money, but there are hundreds that
> RootsWeb = www.rootsweb.com
> For instance: for California research, join one of the lists (I
> suggest in Digest form so you only get one digest e-mail a day that
> includes all the seperate daily e-mails.)
> NORCAL is for Northern California. SOCAL is for Southern
> Each county has a list.
> Once on the list, you can request death certificate look-ups,
> obituaries, and sometimes marriage lookups. You first go to the CA
> Death Index or Social Security Death Index (both on RootsWeb), and
> the information, post it on the list with what you are requesting
> depending on the county, you receive the information in 2 weeks to
> months. Sometimes there is a $3 or $5 charge for obituaries, but
> the information in an obituary, it is worth many times more than
> I don't know if all states do it, but California has a wonderful
> of volunteers. But it might be worth a try for other states.
> RootsWeb is just one of hundreds that I use. And what I have listed
> just a small part of RootsWeb.
> Autumn Iris
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