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Re: death certificate in 1889
Posted by: Hugh Swift (ID *****0924) Date: January 20, 2004 at 07:35:52
In Reply to: death certificate in 1889 by judy hendricks of 65424

Probably not. Since Texas first began keeping records in 1903, there would be no "source" for making a death certificate. I think the best you will be able to do is get a copy of the page where his death is recorded in the Tarrant County Death Record Book. The County Clerk can tell you if there is a record of his birth on file. Have you looked at the TXGenWeb Tarrant County website? It is very good, offering many lookup services.

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