Thrifty Thursday – Georgia Death Certificates

This entry was posted by Jim Sanders on Thursday, 15 March, 2012 at

Do you have relatives who lived in Georgia? If so, you may be in luck. Georgia has a fantastic website containing digital copies of primary records. One such record collection is the Georgia Death Certificate.

Georgia Death Certificate 1919-1927

I found my wife’s ancestor Joseph Dallas Poole listed in this database. He died on 12-Feb-1920. As with any database you may need to be creative to find your ancestor. Joseph Dallas Poole was indexed as Dale Pool.

2 Responses to “Thrifty Thursday – Georgia Death Certificates”

  1. The Georgia Virtual Vault is a great resource for anyone who has ancestors who lived in Georgia. I’ve also found several death certificates for my famly members in their database and Confederate pension applications for two of my gggrandfathers. Hope they will continue to add more records, especially the death certificates.

    • Jim Sanders

      Part of my wife’s family is Georgia. The death certificate I did find is from my brick wall ancestor on my wife’s side. He appears to have been a slave. The death certificate lists Mary Jorden as the mother. I’ve been unable to find anything else about Joseph Dallas Pool(e).


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