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Wyoming Genealogy Records

Many people today are interested in learning more about their past and their ancestors. As a result Genealogy is one of the most common terms in search engines on the World Wide Web. For those who are new to the world of Genealogy, there are many ways one can find information regarding their ancestors. Some of the most common forms of public records used for genealogy are: For Birth Records Wyoming has been issuing birth certificates ever since July 1909. Birth records become public after one hundred years. Until then, they can only be accessed by the family of the person in question. For Death Records If you need to find death records in Wyoming, you had best familiarize yourself with the vital records department. The vital records department records all deaths in Alaska ever since July of 1909. In the first 50 years after someone passes away, the death records are sealed and may only be accessed by family members of the deceased. Afterwards, the death certificate becomes a public record, and can be obtained by anyone. For Obituaries Wyoming is a state where people cherish their privacy, but even with this commitment to leaving each other alone, people here understand the power of technology and why it is so important that the online listing of obituaries is so important. If you are surfing the Internet looking for Wyoming obituaries, there are a handful of sites you can use. The Albany County Genealogy Society does a great job running and maintaining a massive site that contains listings from as far back as 1868 through the year 1964. Listings are taken from all area newspapers and are incredibly well preserved. The Campbell County Public Library System has an online newspaper archive that also has a large number of obits. They start in 1892 and go all the way up to 2007. The Sheridan County USGenWeb site is an excellent resource for anyone looking for old obits. It has information as far back as 1951. The official website for Washakie County also has a number of old obits online that you can view. They go back as far as 1906 and are taken from area newspapers. Finding Wyoming obituary records is easy if you know where to begin your search. For Marriages In Wyoming, marriages were not recorded until May 1941. For earlier records, you may need to contact the individual county. Within the first 50 years after a marriage license is filed, it is only available to the couple who are named on the license and their immediate families, but after this time, anyone can request a copy.

 
State of Wyoming Resources & Statistics
Separator Line

Population:
532,668

 
Under 18:
125,365

 
Over 65:
63,901

 
Employed:
376,249

 
Land in Square Miles:
97,100.40

 
Acres of Farms:
34,726,402

 
Births:
7,239

 
Deaths:
4,099

 
Infant Deaths:
23

 
 
Murder:
10

 
Forcible Rape:
180

 
Robbery:
86

 
Assault:
960

 
Total Violent Crime:
1,236

 
Burglary:
2,184

 
Larceny \ Theft:
11,577

 
Motor Vehicle Theft:
713

 
Total Property Crime:
14,474

 
Wyoming Genealogy Records Locations
Wyoming Department of Health
Vital Records Services
Hathaway Bldg, Rm 172
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone:
307-777-7591










Wyoming Department of Health
Vital Records Services
Hathaway Bldg
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone:
307-777-7591










 
Wyoming Department of Health
Vital Records Services
Hathaway Bldg
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone:
307-777-7591










Wyoming Department of Health
Vital Records Services
Hathaway Bldg
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone:
307-777-7591