RecordsBase.com - New Public Records Research Guides

New resources on how to search the public records for every state and the largest counties in America have been published on RecordsBase.com.

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Every state and county has its own way of storing public records and archival documents

Omaha, Nebraska (PRWEB) October 06, 2012

Records Base (http://www.RecordsBase.com) has announced the addition of public records research guides that aid genealogists in locating the right documents in all of the 50 states and largest counties in the US. The content is designed to help RecordsBase.com members find the information they are looking for as quickly as possible. Ashley Evans, PR manager for RecordsBase.com said the new information will help make public records searches and genealogy research more efficient and less frustrating. The content was added in response to a RecordsBase review suggesting more resources would be helpful in this area.

“Every state and county has its own way of storing public records and archival documents,” Evans explained. “By adding this content to our website, we help members navigate through that complex maze and find the records they need, no matter where and how they are stored. This is just one more way RecordsBase.com is listening to the customer and finding ways to meet their needs for a more pleasant user experience on our website.”

The new content will offer specifics on where to search public records of all kinds in each individual state. Restrictions on documents are also outlined to help genealogy researchers understand what information is available and when. The content includes steps on tracing archival documents as well, such as birth records dating back centuries, obituaries, cemetery records and naturalization records.

In addition, RecordsBase.com has added content for the 100 largest counties in America, similar to information provided by state. Larger counties often have their own methods of storing documents that may be different than the state’s general system. The additional content came in response to more than one RecordsBase.com review that suggested researchers would really appreciate comprehensive guides to help them access documents across the entire country.

RecordsBase.com is the leading Internet source for public records and archival documents today. The company features more than two billion public records online, with immediate access by RecordsBase members. Records include birth and death records, marriage certificates and military records. Cemetery records and obituaries are also available. In addition, RecordsBase.com offers information and assistance on their website to help budding genealogists and researchers find the information they are looking for.

The new content has been published on the RecordsBase website and is available to members of the general public, as well as website members. In addition, those who search the website will find an updated blog page, public records search engines and additional genealogy resources.

About Records Base: RecordsBase.com is one of the leading sources for genealogy searches and public records retrieval today. The company features a vast collection of more than two billion records that include vital records, cemetery records and obituaries, and military records.


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