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Posted: 08-Dec-2003, 10:04 AM
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The social security death index has 71,000,000 records and it is a good place to get information about deceased relatives. The information is not extensive, but it might give you some clues in your search.

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Thanks Paul! I actually discovered this last night while I was snooping around on rootsweb.com. Thanks again! smile.gif

Does anyone know when they actually started issuing Soc securiting number?


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Thanks a lot Maggie! I didn't realize it was that early. smile.gif
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Doesn't help too much, though, doesn't give you any real information. Woo, found my grandmother, but that doesn't help me, because it doesn't tell me what I need to go further back, unless, perhaps, I pay for it. Blah.

Ok, sure the work would also be redundant, my father's done some tracing of his side of the family, and they kicked around the midwest for a while. He's gone back a few generations past my grandmother and hasn't gotten out of the country, yet, far's I know.
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I have had a problem with the SS index as well. I find that I don't really get too much information from them either. maybe I am doing something wrong! unsure.gif
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The information on a single individual in the SSDI is quite limitted, but I have found a couple of relatives in there that I did not have birth or death dates for, so it has had its use.

Of course, that is true of any data base. I recently discovered that my library has access to the HeritageQuest data bases online free for library cardholders. The census data for 1910-1930 was very useful for extending my family in some directions. However, most of my family was not in the censuses at all, even those I knew were in the country at the time. The other data bases came up completely dry.


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