At Graphiq we believe that death records can be an invaluable resource for genealogists looking to research their ancestors. They include death notices, public death records, burial records, and obituaries, which may contain a great deal of information about an individual.
The completeness of information depends on a number of factors, including the age, source, and condition of the record. Although records may come from official sources, such as a county, state, or federal court or office, they may contain clerical or transcription errors.
Death records may contain:
• Personal details (race, religion, occupation etc.)
• The date that they died
• Parental Details
• Birth Details
• Where they lived prior to death
One of the main purposes of this SSA death records file is to verify deaths, thereby inhibiting fraud. The USA PATRIOT Act demands the verification of customers and the maintenance of records used to confirm customer identity. For instance, pension fund managers, insurers, the government, or anyone accountable for sending payments, needs to know if the recipients of the money are still alive.
We do not remove these type of listings from our website. If you have any concerns about the information please feel free to contact our team here.