Información de la fuente

Ancestry.com. Índice de Registros Públicos de Estados Unidos, tomo 1, 1950-1993 [base de datos en línea]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
Datos originales: Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings

Acerca de Índice de Registros Públicos de Estados Unidos, tomo 1, 1950-1993

El Índice de Registros Públicos de Estados Unidos consiste en una recopilación de varios registros públicos que abarcan los 50 estados de los Estados Unidos y que van de 1950 a 1993. Las anotaciones que se encuentran en este índice podrían contener la información siguiente: nombre, calle o dirección postal, número de teléfono y fecha o año de nacimiento.

The U.S. Public Records Index is a compilation of various public records spanning all 50 states in the United States from 1950 to 1993. These records are all accessible to the general public by contacting the appropriate agency. Ancestry.com has simply made the process of finding certain public records easier by making them available in an online searchable database.

Entries in this index may contain information such as:

  • A person’s first name, middle name or initial and last name

  • A street or mailing address

  • A telephone number

  • A birth date or birth year

  • An age

Important Note:

As Ancestry.com is neither the author nor the compiler of the data in its indexes, we cannot assume responsibility for the accuracy of this information.

Please exercise caution when judging the accuracy of data in the U.S. Public Records Index. Some addresses and telephone numbers are invalid and birthdates may be inaccurate as well.

What types of public records have been utilized to create the U.S. Public Records Index?

  • White pages
  • Directory assistance records
  • Marketing lists
  • Postal change-of-address forms
  • Public record filings
  • Historical residential records

Please note the following important details about the U.S. Public Records Index:

  • People under the age of 18 are not listed in this index.
  • Because of the historical nature of this index, individuals may be listed in households with prior co-habitants, spouses, etc.