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Vital records (i.e., birth, marriage, divorce, death) weren't kept in the United States until the early 1900s. Vital records usually contain the full name of the individual involved in the event, the date of the event, and the county, state, or town where the event took place. Birth records usually have the parent's full names, the name of the baby, the date of the birth, and county where the birth took place. Marriage records often record the names and birthplaces of each individual's parents. Divorce records usually list the names of the couple's children. Death certificates often mention where the individual will be buried, and also give the name of the individual who reported the death. and death certificate. The links directory provides suggestions for a variety of websites to assist in your family history and genealogy research.