You’ve recently taken up searching for your family tree and simply can’t find where and when your aunt and uncle married. You also don’t know the details of your grandparents marriage. You’ve done a few online searches but are having a difficult time finding records on living members. Record searches like this are called “vital record” searches.
There are many websites online that have been designed for the purpose of allowing online consumers to perform vital record searches. The way the service typically works is you enter in the full name of the person you are looking for into the provided search fields, pay the required nominal sum to access the information bank, and run the investigation.
What will a public records search reveal? A vital record can include details regarding a person’s birth, death, demographics, previous and current locations, marriage, divorce, criminal background, etc.