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Search all U.S. States, for Vital records.

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There are many reasons to do a Vital Record Search. Maybe you have lost your birth certificate, marrigage certificate or maybe you need a birth certificate in order to get a passport. Maybe you are trying to locate someone or reunite someone, or need to contact someone's parents or relatives. Maybe you're getting married and need to make sure your previous divorce was final.

Vital record certificates usually contain a person's full name and date of vital, place of birth, death, marriage or divorce, physician's name, names of parents, ages of parents, occupations of parents, mother's maiden name, address of parents, and place of birth of parents, or in case of marriage or divorce spouse's name address and information. A vital record certificate with all the information could be a beginning to an investigation of someone's background or can help locate the person by providing you names of parents. Or you may wish to contact the physician listed to see if you can get help locating someone.

States my require further documentation in order to obtain a vital record certificate such a:

If you apply for a vital record certificate on behalf of another individual, you must provide an original, notarized letter signed by that person authorizing the release of his or her vital record certificate to you. In addition, you must submit both a copy of his or her un-expired photo identification as well as your own. The signature on the notarized letter must match the signature on the identification presented.

Attorneys seeking a vital record certificate are required to provide three items: a request on their business letterhead indicating the purpose of the request, their un-expired photo identification, and an original, notarized letter signed by the client authorizing the release.

For those aged 16 and 17 who apply for their own vital record certificate, they must present their un-expired photo identification, an original, notarized letter from a parent named on the vital record certificate authorizing release of the vital record certificate, and a copy of that parent's un-expired photo identification. The signature on the notarized letter must match the signature on the identification.

Vital Records by State


Vital Record can be searched in following states

  • Alabama Vital Records
  • Alaska Vital Records
  • Arizona Vital Records
  • Arkansas Vital Records
  • California Vital Records
  • Colorado Vital Records
  • Connecticut Vital Records
  • Delaware Vital Records
  • District of Columbia Vital Records
  • Florida Vital Records
  • Georgia Vital Records
  • Hawaii Vital Records
  • Idaho Vital Records
  • Illinois Vital Records
  • Indiana Vital Records
  • Iowa Vital Records
  • Kansas Vital Records
  • Kentucky Vital Records
  • Louisiana Vital Records
  • Maine Vital Records
  • Maryland Vital Records
  • Massachusetts Vital Records
  • Michigan Vital Records
  • Minnesota Vital Records
  • Mississippi Vital Records
  • Missouri Vital Records
  • Montana Vital Records
  • Nebraska Vital Records
  • Nevada Vital Records
  • New Hampshire Vital Records
  • New Jersey Vital Records
  • New Mexico Vital Records
  • New York Vital Records
  • North Carolina Vital Records
  • North Dakota Vital Records
  • Ohio Vital Records
  • Oklahoma Vital Records
  • Oregon Vital Records
  • Pennsylvania Vital Records
  • Rhode Island Vital Records
  • South Carolina Vital Records
  • South Dakota Vital Records
  • Tennessee Vital Records
  • Texas Vital Records
  • Utah Vital Records
  • Vermont Vital Records
  • Virginia Vital Records
  • Washington Vital Records
  • West Virginia Vital Records
  • Wisconsin Vital Records
  • Wyoming Vital Records

Find Public Records Online will help you with Vital record search or to obtain a birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce certificate or death certificate.

Birth Records

A birth record contains information about the birth of each personl. On a birth certificate, you can usually find the mother's full maiden name and the father's full name, the full name of the baby, the date of the birth, and county where the baby was born. Birth certificate may also include birthplaces of the baby's parents, the addresses of the parents, the number of other children that the parents have, the race of the parents and their occupations.

Death Records

The death certificate provides such valuable information as first, last and middle names of the descendants, birth dates, mother's maiden name, father's last name, sex, birth place, death place, residence at time of death, death date, social security number (when available), and the age of the individual at the time they became deceased.

Divorce Records

You search results may include information about the Respondent and the Petitioner Names and Ages and Divorce Details, Date of Filing, Country and State of Filing and Filing Number.

Marriage Records

Marriage record usually includes the bride's and groom's full names, the date of the marriage, and county where the marriage took place. Many marriage records include other information, including birthplaces of the bride's and groom's parents, the addresses of the bride and groom, information about previous marriages, and the names of the witnesses to the marriage.