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Alabama State Vital Records Office Information
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There were no Alabama birth "certificates" before 1908. Most counties just registered births in ledgers. Some county court houses may have kept some records, but the best source is the
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Montgomery, AL 36130
Index to Alabama County Vital Records Offices
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Autauga . Baldwin . Barbour . Bibb . Blount . Bullock . Butler . Calhoun . Chambers . Cherokee . Chilton . Choctaw . Clarke . Clay . Cleburne . Coffee . Colbert . Conecuh . Coosa . Covington . Crenshaw . Cullman . Dale . Dallas . DeKalb . Elmore . Escambia . Etowah . Fayette . Franklin . Geneva . Greene . Hale . Henry . Houston . Jackson . Jefferson . Lamar . Lauderdale . Lawrence . Lee . Limestone . Lowndes . Macon . Madison . Marengo . Marion . Marshall . Mobile . Monroe . Montgomery . Morgan . Perry . Pickens . Pike . Randolph . Russell . Shelby . St. Clair . Sumter . Talladega . Tallapoosa . Tuscaloosa . Walker . Washington . Wilcox . Winston .
Starting Your Family Tree with Alabama Vital Records
Starting Your Records
Youíll also have to decide if you want to write about all of the siblings your family has or if you just want to list them under the names of the parents. If you write about every siblings and follow each and every family tree, you may find that youíve taken on more than you can handle. Instead try just writing about the basic people at first.
Now itís time to start digging up some records to help you. Getting things like Alabama birth certificates and Alabama death records is not only a great way to keep organized, but it can also help you to make your tree a bit special. How many family trees do you know of that have birth and death certificates attached to them? Both of these types of documents can be a great way to embellish your family tree.
But how can you find things like Alabama birth certificates and Alabama death records? All Alabama vital records are kept in one location: the vital records location. This is actually a good thing for anyone who is trying to access the records because all you have to do is to go online to the right website and all of these public records will be at your fingertips in an instant. This makes creating your own family tree much easier than you may believe, so what are you waiting for? Get started building your family tree!
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