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From: michelle day <>
Subject: Re:Minnesota Genealogy Research for Birth and Death Certificates...County or State Historical Society?
Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 11:28:08 -0700 (PDT)
I just got a 1930 in Wright County. They just went
into the Origional book and copied it . Micki in
--- "Ruth from Blaine, Mn" <>
> Correct me if I am wrong, but aren't some of the
> birth and death
> certificates being handled by registrars where you
> can obtain an auto
> license? I think this begins with the year 1937 and
> The pre 1908 death certificates did not
> contain as much info as they
> do today. However there are a few from 1900 to 1908
> at the Mn Historical
> Society in St. Paul. If the death occurred before
> 1900, you will need to
> check with the county to see when it began requiring
> the registration of
> certificates. Birth certificates are often limited
> access and must be handed
> by an official of the court. This may not be true of
> all counties in MN.
> If you do a google search , you will find the
> list of counties in MN
> and find addresses for the county recorders office
> in each one.
> Ruth Odegard
> You need an appt to do research at the Hennepin
> County Courthouse. The time
> frame is a 2 hr limit. Some of this same data may be
> at the Historical
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