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Hi everyone this is Amy Johnson crow and welcome to this week's archives com livestream this week we are going to be talking about what are you missing in death records and genealogy is one of those kind of neat things that we work with different types of Records different resources that you know people don't often think about unless they're actually doing genealogy and death records really is one of those one of those resources that you really have to be a genealogist to be excited about death records but there are very good reasons to be excited about death records there is so much information there are so many clues that we can get to further our to further our research and to make more discoveries about our family history so if since they they are so rich in information sometimes we can kind of gloss over a few things so well we thought we would do today for for this little bit is we thought we would take a look at some modern death records some death certificates and see what clues we can pull out of them and also evaluate the information that we're seeing there so with that is an introduction let's go ahead and get started okay so when you look at a modern death certificate it's really easy to get excited for one thing you know beyond the fact that there is so much information it's laid out very nicely and neatly they're often typewritten like this one is here so they're easy to read there's a lot of forms a lot of fields a lot of great places to get information so why can they be sometimes a little bit difficult to work with you know it's such a great looking form what is it that makes it just a little tricky sometimes well the thing about death records and specifically death certificates like I just showed you is that it contains a mix of different kinds of information and we're going to be talking more about that in just a minute but there are often clues in there that you need to tease out sometimes things won't be spelled out specifically sometimes you need to put little pieces of information together to get the full picture so even there there's a even though there's a lot of great information sometimes you still need to massage it and tweak it and play with it a little bit to see what other information you can get out of it so I mentioned a moment ago the death certificates have different kinds of information and what I mean by that is that they include primary information now primary information is something that's recorded at or near the time of the event and it's information that's provided by someone with knowledge of those facts but death certificates also contain secondary information and that's information that's recorded long after the event and or by someone.