Archives.com Recently Updated Its Social Security Death Records Category

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Macon, GA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 12/12/2012 -- Archives, a leading site for tracking people’s family tree in the United States has recently updated its social security death records. The aim of the said site is to help people successfully look for the social security death record of a certain individual.

Searching in the site is made fast and easy because it features a simple yet user-friendly interface. Users just need to select the state where the death record of the individual they are looking for is filed. The dates of the death records are also stipulated in order for them to quickly find the exact social security record they are looking for. To date, the site has over 2.3 billion records, making it one of the most reliable record websites in the online world today.

Apart from simply providing social security death records, Archives also offers a complete solution for tracing users’ family tree as far back as possible. It also has historic, divorce, marriage and birth records.

According to one of the owners of the site, their main mission for developing it is to help people discover new connections to their family tree with surname histories, military and burial records, obituaries and cemetery listings. It is also ideal for people who have just started doing genealogy or have been doing genealogy for years.

As of now, Archives features U.S. census and newspaper images, which enable users to explore their family’s history. New categories have also been added to the site such as 1841 United Kingdom Census, Nevada Death Index and Nevada birth Index. On the other hand, other categories that have been updated are US Newspaper Obituaries, US Funeral Home Obituaries and Social Security Death index.

Archives.com offers a free 7-day trial in order to give users a chance to know what it has in store for them. The website also discusses all the benefits that members can take advantage of in signing up such as content and feature-rich family tree software, easier and faster genealogy research, better research with the help of Double Metaphone and Soundex database and others.

In order to provide users with convenience and satisfaction, it is expected that Archives will have more features and offers in the next coming months.

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