Born to be Filed: Delayed Birth Records in the U.S.

Sunny Morton
Jun 24, 2022
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Introduction
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Ohio Example
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1917
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Not Registered?
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Social Security
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1940 Census
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Demand Surges
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Finding Delayed Births
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Take-home Tips
5m 34s

About this webinar

Delayed birth records for U.S. adults came into their own between the 1930s and 1950s. Follow with me the fascinating evolution of these records via nationwide newspaper coverage during that time. Explore examples that will make you want to look for your relatives’ delayed birth records–and get some tips for how to find them.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Sunny Morton is a popular lecturer for the global genealogy community. She's a Contributing Editor at Family Tree Magazine and the author of hundreds of articles and blog posts, as well as the brand new book
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    Arlene Dukanauskas
    2 months ago

    The information Sunny presented is amazing and explains clearly why these vital records cannot be found. The state and local government levels were really derelict in performing their official duties. Even poor countries did a better job.

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    Kathy King
    2 months ago

    Excellent presentation explaining why records may be hard to find but also offering ways to find them!

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