Texas Social Security Death Index

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A quick way to find your ancestors is to search the Texas Social Security Death Index. The Social Security Death Index contains names, birth dates, death dates, Social Security numbers, and other useful information for more than 90 million people.

The Texas Social Security Death Index is one of the largest and most useful databases available. The Texas Social Security Death Index works best for finding information about individuals who died in the mid-1960s or later. The Texas Social Security Death Index is a compilation of information about deceased persons who filed for and received Social Security numbers, who were paid Social Security benefits at some point in their lives, and whose death was reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA).

The link below will direct you to Ancestry.com’s Social Security Death Index which is generated from the U.S. Social Security Administrations Death Master File.

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