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Re: How far back was the death records filed in Okla.?
Posted by: wmy (ID *****2372) Date: July 17, 2008 at 15:44:03
In Reply to: How far back was the death records filed in Okla.? by shirley chandler of 271

Okla. became a state in 1907...and some counties didn't keep death records even starting then. However, you can order a death certificate at Oklahoma Vital Records, at the link below...give them as much info as you think they need to look...I got one for my grt-gm after someone else who ordered it were told there was not one. She lived near the line of two counties...so I didn't really know which she died in, and I told them...and they found it. So, be thorough with your information.

http://www.50states.com/vitalrecords/oklahoma.htm


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