Revere Vital Records Search

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Find Revere Vital Records

Revere Vital Records include documents on birth, death, marriage, and other life milestones recorded by the government in Revere, Massachusetts. Several government agencies maintain Vital Records, including at the federal, Massachusetts state, and local level. The most common Vital Records include birth and death records, records of marriage or domestic partnerships, and divorce records. These public records may be required for many legal purposes.

Find Vital Records, including:
  • Revere Birth and death records
  • Marriage and divorce records
  • Certified vital records
  • Suffolk County Genealogy records
Locating Vital Records in Revere, MA

Revere Vital Records are available to the public from multiple Revere, Suffolk County, and Massachusetts state offices. The federal government also maintains some Vital Records. In Revere, the Clerk's Office and Vital Records Office keep birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, and divorce decrees. Many of these records are considered Suffolk County public records, meaning members of the public can request certified copies of these records. These Vital Records are required for many legal actions, including legally changing your name or applying for a passport.

Genealogy Records

Vital Records play an important role in genealogical research, because they let genealogists trace a family's history and ancestry. Revere Vital Records help genealogists learn more about people who lived, died, married, or divorced in the area. Birth records provide information on a person's date of birth, location of birth, and parents. Suffolk County death records list the cause of death, time and place of death, and age at death. Vital Records help genealogists identify family relations and trace families over time.

Revere Birth Records

People born in Revere receive a birth certificate which lists their full, legal birth name, the location of birth, and the birth date and time. A birth certificate also provides information about an individual's mother and father. Individuals need a certified birth certificate to access certain government services, including applying for a Social Security number, a passport, or a Massachusetts marriage certificate.

Revere Death Records

Individuals who die in Revere receive a death certificate, which provides information about the deceased such as the date of death, the location, their age at death, and, in some cases, the cause of death. The death certificate may also list the Revere authority that confirmed the death. Abstracts of death records are included in the Massachusetts death index. Death certificates are required to settle estates and wills, to receive life insurance, and to handle other legal matters after an individual's death.

Revere Marriage Records

Revere marriage certificates and domestic partnership records confirm the legal union between two people, as recognized by the Massachusetts state government. Marriage licenses and marriage certificates include personal information on both members of the couple, including their names, dates of birth, and the date of their marriage. A certified marriage certificate is required to legally change names or apply for certain spousal benefits.

Revere Divorce Records

Courts issue Revere divorce decrees, also called divorce certificates, to legally confirm that a couple has dissolved their marriage. The divorce decree is required for certain legal proceedings after a divorce, including property and financial settlements, alimony filings, and child custody orders.