Death records are important genealogical tools because they contain information about the next of kin of the deceased. They are public record, but can be difficult to track down.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
ObituaryLocator.com has been launched to help people track down death records from across North America quickly and easily, the company announced yesterday.
“Family is very important to a lot of people,” an ObituaryLocator.com spokesman said. “They want to learn where they came from and pass that information on to their children. The problem is that every family has secrets, and it can be hard to build a family tree. It can often take people months of research. We hope that our system will make the process much easier for everyone involved.”
Death records are important genealogical tools, he said, because they contain information about the next of kin of the deceased. They are public record, but can be difficult to track down.
“If you find out someone died in a state that is far from where you live, it can take a good deal of time and money to get the death record from the local municipal office,” the ObituaryLocator.com spokesman said. “And that's just for one death record. Our system automates the process, and you could easily use it to look up a couple dozen death records a day.”
The ObituaryLocator.com system works by having the customer enter the name of the deceased. They then pay a small fee and all the associated death records for the person appear on their screen, he said.
“We hope that many people will decide to use the ObituaryLocator.com database whenever they need to do genealogical research,” he said.
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