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researching marriage records - Haskell County ???

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Re: researching marriage records - Haskell County ???

Posted: 27 Mar 2014 11:39AM GMT
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I’m not related to any member of this family.

1940 is the last available census at this time.

Call the HASKELL county Clerk's office and find out what their policy is ........


TRY - Find a grave – FREE SITE - volunteer site all states; frequently has headstone pic

DO NOT SEARCH FOR A MARRIED WOMAN USING HER MAIDEN NAME.

http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/


Try Vital Records – Birth, Marriage, & Death, Social Security Info, Census Records – FREE ALL STATES
http://search.labs.familysearch.org/


TX Vital Records -

The Texas Vital Statistics law to register births and deaths was not passed until 1903. Texas was then and is now a dual registration state which means the local registrars retain a copy of all birth and death records for the events that take place within their jurisdiction and the state retains the original of all birth and death records for the entire State of Texas. However, the statutes for registering these events were not made mandatory until 1926. However, many local registrars did not adhere to the statutes until the late 1930’s or early 1940’s. This means some records reside only in the local registrars’ files and not with the State.


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