Vital Records

Sample PA 1938 Birth Certificate

1893-1906 Birth Index for Chester County Pennsylvania

Between 1893 and 1907, information on births was compiled by local tax assessors and then turned in to the county. Often a birth was recorded six months to a year after the actual event. The records do not include maiden names of mothers. Records are incomplete; not every birth was recorded. The only record that exists is the register itself; there are no certificates on file. There are a total of 23,351 births recorded in this database.

Pittsburg Christian Advocate

1834-1870 Deaths and Marriages Gleaned from the Pittsburgh Christian Advocate

The Pittsburgh Conference Journal began publication February 1, 1834. On October 28, 1840 the name was changed to The Pittsburgh Christian Advocate. It continued for ninety-eight years until, having become a casualty of the depression, it was merged with The New York Christian Advocate. Throughout its history The Pittsburgh Christian Advocate was published in Pittsburgh. During the entire time it served all the territory of the original Pittsburgh Conference, thus serving Erie, North-East Ohio, West Virginia and Pittsburgh Conferences. The publication started with a circulation of about 700, costing $2.00 per annum. It consisted of four pages, 13” x 21” …

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Sample PA 1938 Birth Certificate

1852 – 1855 Birth Index for Chester County Pennsylvania

The records in this index begin on July 1, 1852 and end in January 1855. They do not represent all of the births that took place in Chester County during this time period. There are several townships that never submitted any returns to the Register of Wills Office and a large majority only submitted a few. The closer the event took place to West Chester, the higher probability it was recorded.

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