Family historians have recognized the importance of birth, death, marriage, and divorce records for genealogical research. They are not the only ones, however, who need such records. Applying for a driving license or a U.S. passport, proof of identity, heirship cases, and obtaining a Social Security number are some of the other situations involving the need for copies of vital statistics.
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