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Nevada Genealogy Queries

If you are considering documenting the history of your ancestors, you will want to learn about conducting Nevada genealogy queries. These are searches you carry out to gather data and documents relating to the different branches on your family tree. Using different resources and types of information can help you get started or complete genealogy projects you may already have begun but were having trouble with.

Sources for Your Nevada Genealogy Queries

Probably, the most valuable thing you will learn when it comes to your Nevada genealogy queries is what types of documents offer the best information. More than likely, you will get a good amount of the data you compile from Nevada vital records. These are records that document monumental events within a person's life, such as birth records, death certificates or marriage records. For your search, you may also find some benefits in using Nevada divorce decrees.

Of course, these kinds of records can be obtained using different types of methods. The easiest way is to find these online, when possible. Or, in some cases, you may be able to request that certain vital records are sent to you. If nothing else, use the internet to research where you must go in person to search for or retrieve certain records for your Nevada genealogy queries.

What You May Find

From one online source, you can retrieve your copies of Nevada birth and death records that start back in 1911. You can, however, request earlier copies by contacting the County Recorder in the specific area. Some people also refer to the Social Security Index for earlier records. The value of using vital records for your Nevada genealogy queries is that you can get a good deal of data from these.

For birth certificates, as an example, you can get the date and full legal name of someone. In addition, you may also be able to find the full legal name of one or both birth parents, including the maiden name of the mother in some cases. Also, you will be able to get a location, maybe even a home address.

The Bottom Line for Your Search

Use as many resources as possible during your Nevada genealogy queries. For instance, many people use the Health Department, courthouses and libraries to track down documentation. The important thing is that you should try to figure out what the county is you need to conduct your search in.

Trying to search an entire Nevada statewide database may be too time consuming, not to mention, may not end in the results you hope for. In fact, most documents must be found by contacting the individual county courthouse or clerk. There would be no way to request the assistance of or ask for documents for too many different places. The more data you can begin your search with, the better your results are likely to be. Anytime you can use details such as names and locations, your chances of success for your Nevada genealogy queries are much higher.


SEARCH FOR YOUR SURNAMES IN THE DATA LIBRARY:
 
 
  
Contributed Genealogy Data - Nevada

Contributed Obituaries - Nevada

Nevada Newspapers Online (With links to archives)

Nevada Counties

Nevada Cities

Nevada Genealogy Databases - Offsite

Nevada Marriages, 1860-1987 - External Link

Nevada Marriage Index, 1956-2005 - External Link

Pershing County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 1

Pershing County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 2

Pershing County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 3


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Death Records

Cemetery Records

Obituary Records

Marriage Records

Birth Records

Divorce Records

Vital Records


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