Welcome to the International African American Museum! Advanced timed tickets are required for all visitors. Popular dates and times may be sold out.
14 Wharfside StreetCharleston, SC 29401
Museum open 10am to 5pm (last entry 4:00 PM) Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Monday.
IAAM will challenge, illuminate, inspire and, ultimately, will move people to action.
14 Wharfside Street — Charleston, SC 29401
Jan 02, 2020
Alabama Death and Burials, 1881-1952 is an index of records that may have appeared in previously recorded International Genealogical Index or Vital Records Index collections. The records are not complete for any particular time period, place or region. It is strongly recommended that you verify any records you find with original documentation. See Legacy Collections. For more information on this record set, please see the collection’s Learn More page.
The information you may find in Alabama Death and
Burials, 1881-1952 includes:
Next, you would want to find your ancestor on official
historical documentation. To refer to original records find documentation for Alabama Death and
Burials, 1881-1952 by going to these places:
There are many kinds of death records which would have been
generated upon you ancestor’s death. You can check for some of the other type
records that give death information:
Let’s check Alabama Death and
Burials, 1881-1952 for Henry Jackson of Sumter County, Alabama who died
Henry Jackson lived to 90 years old in Sumter County, Alabama. He died on 28 May 1918. I have many questions. Some of them can be answered by going to the suggested records, and by going through the Research Wiki page for Sumter County, Alabama Genealogy. Maybe there is an obituary in an historical newspaper, I wonder who was the informant on his death certificate, and where is he buried?
The FamilySearch Wiki page Alabama Record Finder will help you select records to search, based on what you are hoping to learn about an individual ancestor (birth date, death date, etc
The FamilySearch Wiki page African American Resources for Alabama provides more resources for African American genealogy research in Alabama.
To learn more about researching in Alabama, you can view BlackProGen LIVE Ep18: Alabama and Georgia Genealogy Research.
Researching African American Genealogy provides step-by-step guidance for beginning your ancestor search, as well as links to online resources.
Quick Guide to African American Records contains information on beginning research tips, links to suggested guides for beginning your search for African American ancestors, overviews of major record sets, tips for finding the slaveholder, links to tutorials for African American genealogy in the FamilySearch Learning Center, and links to other online and offline resources.
Southern States Slavery and Bondage Collections will help you locate digitized searchable collections as well as digitized microfilms in the FamilySearch catalog related to slavery and bondage. The page is arranged by state.
African American Genealogy provides links to Wiki pages for researching African Americans in each U.S. state.
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