Vermont Social Security Death IndexPosted by Administrator on March 2nd, 2005
A quick way to find your ancestors is to search the Vermont 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 Vermont Social Security Death Index is one of the largest and most useful databases available. The Vermont Social Security Death Index works best for finding information about individuals who died in the mid-1960s or later. The Vermont 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.
Other Genealogy Resources
Genealogical Resources and Databases available at Ancestry.com
Swanton, Vermont Church Records, 1865-1908
Vermont Census, 1790-1860
Franklin, Grand Isle Counties, Vermont Business Directory, 1882
Vermont Deaths, 1989-96
Swanton, Franklin county, Vermont, Church Records, 1872-1934: Saint Mary’s Church Death Records
Franklin, Grand Isle Counties, Vermont Business Directory, 1883
Rutland, Vermont Directories, 1889-92
Addison County, Vermont, Cemetery Records, Vol. II-III
Vermont Men, 1894
Vermont State Database
Affiliate – Vermont Map Collection
St. Johnsbury, Vermont Directory 1895-96
Vermont Federal Census, 1790
Burlington, Vermont City Directories, 1883-93
Montpelier, Vermont Directory 1890-91
St. Albans, Vermont Directory 1886-87
Barre, Vermont Directory, 1890-9