Theser sites may aid in your search. Here are a number of addresses with brief descriptions of the information they offer:
- The Ultimates – An invaluable site that assists with roughly 85% of our lookups. This site lets you search multiple people-search resources in one spot.
- Welfare/Whereabouts Services Abroad – a service provided by the Department of State and U.S. embassies and consulates to help locate U.S. citizens overseas when there is an emergency or questions regarding the person’s welfare.
- World Wide Internet Directory – a directory listing people search services worldwide.
- The Federal Parent Locator Service is the section of the Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement’s web site lists information, systems and agencies available to those looking to locate pariticpants in child support cases.
- Social Security Death Index
- RootsWeb Genealogical Data Cooperative Page – Tracks surnames.
- The U.S. GenWeb project – A volunteer effort that offers advice on how to find basic genealogical data, such as local churches, cemeteries, and court, land and property records. Each state has its own Web page that lists phone numbers of local archives, genealogical societies and libraries.
- National Archives – Posts details on its records and how to access them.
- Ancestry.com – Millions of vital records useful for research in genealogy, legal, family history, etc.