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Re: Vital Records - Utica
Posted by: Joe McDonough (ID *****0378) Date: September 02, 2003 at 11:38:07
In Reply to: Vital Records - Utica by Bill Harrison of 2271

Bill I just saw your posting and it may be to late but if you want a death certificate in most cases you really should get the one from the State of NY. I have obtained a couple from local towns and they can be quite thin on facts. This was in the late 1800s and early 1900s so maybe it's different for the years you're looking. One of the ones just mentioned date of death and where the person died and from what. That was about it. The DC from Albany for the same person told where he was born and the names of his parents. Good luck. Joe McDonough

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