Find Your Ancestors in Social Security Death Records! With over 94 million names, Social Security Death Records are an invaluable tool for family history enthusiasts.
What are Social Security Death Records? A Social Security Death Record is created when the death of a person with a Social Security number is reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA) by loved ones, funeral homes, or other individuals. On death records, you find the name of the person, age, marital status, cause of death and the date and place of death and burial.
How do I find Social Security Death Records?
You can find them in the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). Through websites like Ancestry.com, family history researchers can access these records and request an application for copies of the death records.
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