According to a December 17, 2009 article appearing in The Charleston Gazette, the West Virginia Division of Culture and History's Archives and History Section recently upgraded the server to its free, online searchable database. As a result, the more than 5 million birth, death and marriage certificates issued in West Virginia are now easier to access online.
To view the newspaper article, copy and paste the following URL into your web browser:
To access the West Virginia vital records database (including an informative article on the "West Virginia Vital Research Records Project"), copy and paste the following URL into your web browser:
In honor of the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor bombing (December 7th), Footnote.com is offering free access to its WWII records during the month of December. Records include first-hand accounts of submarine missions and reports of missing air crews.
Explore the USS Arizona Memorial. View over 80,000 photos from the US Army Air Force.
Other WWII records include:
Japanese Air Target Analysis
Army JAG Case Files
Navy JAG Case Files
Naval Press Clippings
Allied Military Conferences
To access Footnote’s WWII documents, copy and paste the following URL into your web browser:
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