Ancestry is great. You'll have access to all the censuses up til 1930. That is where I found your information. Unfortunately, that's as far as they can go because the government is not allowed to release census info for 75 years. But, you can also access the SSDI on there. I have done that with several relatives. Of course, that's after the 1930's only, but once you have the social security number of the deceased person, you can send for a copy of the original social security card application which I find helpful because it gives you the maiden name of the mother. They also have a living people finder as well. I highly recommend getting Ancestry. When I started out, I didn't have it and I wasn't getting anyplace.
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