Death records are not death certificates, but offer similar information including cause of death, date of death, death location, and next of kin.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
ObituaryDatabases.com has been launched to help the public to access death records so they can build their family tree or do general genealogical research, the company announced yesterday.
“We are going to offer customers a dynamic new way to look up public death records,” an ObituaryDatabases.com spokesman said. “They have a right to see these records, but it can be very difficult for people to get access to them on their own. What we do is offer an easy automated system to get the death records they are looking for.”
Death records are not death certificates, but offer similar information including cause of death, date of death, death location, and next of kin, he said.
“Most people will be using our death records when they are trying to build their family tree,” he said. “It will give them the names of new family members they didn't know about before. It will also let them see the life expectancy of people in their families, and if there are common causes of death that could be important for them to know for their medical history.”
People who want access to death records through ObituaryDatabases.com type a name into a search bar, pay a fee, and then have the records sent to their desktop where they can be printed out or saved, he said.
“Our goal is to automate the process of searching for death records,” he said. “While it could take someone weeks to find a death record on their own, now they can find it in a matter of minutes.”
ObituaryDatabases.com is the top online resource for accessing death and obituary records in the United States. With over thousands of records to search through, ObituaryDatabases.com makes finding any death record simple and efficient. Visit ObituaryDatabases.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-661-6438, or email Support(at)ObituaryDatabases(dot)com with any questions or concerns.