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Use of Death and Funeral Home Records for Genealogical Research

February 21 @ 7:00 pm 8:30 pm

Kyle Adkins
Kyle Adkins

Funeral home records and state death records are an important genealogical resource. Not only can they provide major subject information, but often we may find tidbits of data that will help “fill in the blanks”. While documents such as state death certificates may have changed over the years, records kept by a funeral home or cemetery have remained much the same. This presentation will show how to access those records, and how they can benefit your genealogical research.

Speaker: Kyle Adkins

Kyle Adkins, licensed as a funeral director in Florida, is a native and resident of Folkston, Georgia. Kyle is a 1980 graduate of Georgia Southern College and a 1991 graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science and as a third generation funeral director, he has spent much of his life in funeral service. He has served families at Oxley-Heard since 2015

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Amelia Island Genealogical Society

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Fernandina Beach Library

25 N 4th St
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 United States
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(904) 530-6500
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