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  1. Maureen Garner Elliott

    Thanks for this great tip!

  2. mary booth

    I need to find the death records for my grand father, His name was Jay Anthony Holton, not sure when he was born, but he died in 1943 or 1947. How can I find this record?

  3. Granny Pam

    Mary, in Michigan for the years between 1943 and 1947, you would go to the clerk in the county where the death occurred. You can find the procedure for contacting the clerk by linking to the proper county from this directory: http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-54574_18635_20736—,00.html.

    If you don’t know the county of death, is is possible to write to the the state, however the fee is higher than if you contact the county. Here is the link for that: http://www.michigan.gov/mdch/0,1607,7-132-4645—,00.html.

    Best of luck!

  4. sam gale

    Hi I’m looking for the death date for John Wintermute Doan(e) He died in Huron County Michigan in the 1890’s & is buried in the Combia Twp Cemetary in Unionville, Tuscola County Michigan. There appears to be no death date or certificate anywhere. Sam Gale

  5. Granny Pam

    Family search.org has the Michigan death records for that time, have you checked there?

  6. sam Gale

    Yes, I have & so have several cousins & a librarian at the Caro Library in Caro, MI

  7. Monique VandenToorn

    you can also right click on the outer edge, use the pop up option of save image as,,( I usually just save it to my desktop) I thin can edit it in my photo program (straighten and remove edges) then I can add it to the tree, print it or save it to the proper file.

  8. Granny Pam

    Yes, that is another way. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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