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That said, if you're planning on doing a search on someone who died more than 50 years ago (or if the records are more than 50 years old) your job will be easier, as all the records are now part of the public domain and accessible.

To find basic information, such as birth, death and marriage records, start with the local municipality's holdings. The bigger the city you're searching, the smarter it is to start online. Especially if your relatives started out in a place like New York City, where the Department of Health maintains these records and trying to get information on the phone from a human can be frustrating.

If you know where your subject lived (or can reasonably guess) census records are a good place to learn basic information. The United States is the only country in the world that has as part of its constitution the requirement that a census be taken of the populace every 10 years. These records are available on microfilm dating back to 1790 at government archives around the country as well as online.