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* Address and phone of living relatives

The addresses and phone numbers of living relatives can usually be found on any of the documents listed below. If you have the minimum information required to find one of these documents, select the name of that document. The items in the list are ordered from most to least important. If you do not have the minimum information required, read the paragraph below this list.

CD-ROM phone books

To find the addresses and phone numbers of living relatives in a CD-ROM phone book, you must at least know the individual's full name.

Directories

To find the addresses and phone numbers of living relatives in a directory, you must at least know the individual's full name, and some background information about the individual, such as a profession, place of residence, or religion, depending on the type of directory that you use.

DMV records

To find the addresses and phone numbers of living relatives in DMV records, you must at least know the individual's full name, date of birth, and state of residence.

Mortician's records

A mortician's records normally contain the names and addresses of the deceased's survivors. To find the addresses and phone numbers of living relatives in mortician's records, you must at least know the full name of the deceased at time of death, the approximate date of the death, and the county or town in which the individual lived at the time of death.

Probate records

To find the addresses and phone numbers of living relatives in probate records, you must at least know the full name of the deceased at time of death, the approximate date of the death, and the county or town in which the individual lived at the time of death.

For a description of any of the records listed above, see the topic Genealogy dictionary.

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