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Shanifaye
post Mar 22 2008, 03:50 PM
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The Missouri Death Certificate Database containing over 2.1 million death certificates was placed online one year before its scheduled completion, according to Secretary of State Robin Carnahan’s office.

Researchers have immediate, free access to online images of Missouri death certificates over 50 years old, including those of famous Missourians like author Laura Ingalls Wilder, musician and composer John William “Blind” Boone, outlaw Frank James and political boss Tom Pendergast. Family historians, biographers, and other researchers can use these death certificates to discover key information about an ancestor or important historical figure, including occupation, burial site, birthplace, and the names of an individual’s parents and spouse.

Over 600 students and volunteers from across the United States and other countries spent 32,810 hours preparing certificates for scanning and entering data into the index.

http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/

This is fantastic news!!! Here is a copy of Laura Ingalls Wilder's death cert
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Cindy
post Mar 22 2008, 05:10 PM
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Focus families: Hancock, Cotton, Reid, Wolf/Wolfe, Vizzier/Vaissier and various different spellings, LaRose, Langley, Simpson, the list is always changing and way too many to use so much space...




I have a huge amount of family and extended family from Missouri and I have been able to find tons of info so far and that was before it was all finished! I need to go back and check it out more now. It really does give alot of info...I wish every state was required to do this lol..would be nice for all of us !
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Carolyn
post Mar 22 2008, 05:41 PM
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I guess I put that in the wrong place. I have been chasing easter eggs with my great granddaughters so guess that will have to do as an excuse smile.gif I can't seem to figure out how this forum works. I guess I am also computer challenged too.
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NadineG
post Mar 23 2008, 10:05 AM
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I have a lot of family from Missouri...I have a feeling this is going to be a help to me. Thanks for the info!
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Gerrie
post Mar 24 2008, 01:08 AM
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Oh my is this space big enough lol... Roberts, Burks, McCoy, Hatfield, Morrison, Viney, Fortner, Forbes, Pearson, Brown, Enlow, Inlow, Dardenne, Denton, Quapaw, Bresee, Alexander, James, Elswick, Hart... I will add more as I know more




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The Missouri Death Certificate Database containing over 2.1 million death certificates was placed online one year before its scheduled completion, according to Secretary of State Robin Carnahan’s office.

Researchers have immediate, free access to online images of Missouri death certificates over 50 years old, including those of famous Missourians like author Laura Ingalls Wilder, musician and composer John William “Blind” Boone, outlaw Frank James and political boss Tom Pendergast. Family historians, biographers, and other researchers can use these death certificates to discover key information about an ancestor or important historical figure, including occupation, burial site, birthplace, and the names of an individual’s parents and spouse.

Over 600 students and volunteers from across the United States and other countries spent 32,810 hours preparing certificates for scanning and entering data into the index.

http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/

This is fantastic news!!! Here is a copy of Laura Ingalls Wilder's death cert


She was a 3 or 4 th cousin
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snapdragon1210
post May 17 2009, 12:56 PM
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Hi,
I found my grandparents and greatgrandparents Death Cert. here on this site and I also found other birth certi. this is a great site. I use it often and recommend it for everyone with ancestors in Missouri.
Jean Linhart
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Steph
post Jun 16 2009, 01:04 PM
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Congratulations and a BIG thank you to those students and volunteers. Wish all states could get it on the ball. After two or more years Georgia is still stuck with only about 10 years up.

Steph
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