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Looking for Delayed Birth Certificates

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Re: Looking for Delayed Birth Certificates

Posted: 15 Aug 2013 10:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
You posted, essentially, the same question about delayed certificates in Gregg County. My response to that board applies to "all" Texas Counties. Delayed, "after-the-fact" certificates are accepted when two persons with knowledge of the birth provide affidavits. By law, birth certificates are closed to the "general public" for 75 years beginning on the date-of-birth. Exceptions require written approval by the applicable person(s). All counties maintain indexes of birth and some even have indexes of delayed birth. Indexes are "open to the general public" but require visit(s) to the county courthouse. You will not find certificates online but may view birth records, in some instances, that have names of parents and the actual dates. To post link to your family tree, simply open the document and make note of url address. For Almeter, the address: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/41521540/person/19640716231
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jacsil57 16 Jul 2013 2:56PM GMT 
judyartley53 14 Aug 2013 5:59PM GMT 
judyartley53 14 Aug 2013 6:02PM GMT 
jacsil57 14 Aug 2013 8:20PM GMT 
RBestrom7380 14 Aug 2013 11:40PM GMT 
jacsil57 15 Aug 2013 3:12AM GMT 
HL2604 15 Aug 2013 4:31PM GMT 
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