20TH & 21ST CENTURY GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN GEORGIA20th Century research is especially challanging due to restrictive vital records laws. Birth and all but the oldest death certificates are closed records in Georgia to all but immediate family unless court ordered. Georgia did not keep statewide death records until 1919 with the exception of several large cities. I do genealogical research, kinship and probate research, locating living people for family and class reunions, cemetery research, courthouse research and more.
Confidentuality of personal information is respected.
COMMON SOURCES UTILIZED ARE:
- Vital Records
- Military Records
- Land and Tax Records
- Newspaper Obituaries and Legal Notices
- Social Security Records
- Probate Records
- City Directories
- Census Records
- Cemetery Records
- Online Subscription Databases
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