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How can I research my family ancestry?
If you need details about your family' history and ancestry, it's best to research genealogy records. Many public and private genealogy organizations can offer suggestions about searching public records to find historical information about families.
How can I submit a Public Record request?
To submit a public record request, just contact the relevant government department. Most government offices allow record requests to be made in person, online or by mail.
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Public record indexes contain all lists of all the public records data in a particular government office. Since indexes are well organized, they're usually very easy to search. The largest record indexes are those for births, deaths, divorces and marriages.