RecordsBase.com Has Launched New Public Records Collections

November 01, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Politics News
OMAHA, Nebraska (November 1, 2012) RecordsBase.com has announced the addition of new records collections to make the work of genealogical researchers even faster. The new collections include documents for New York, North Carolina and Alaska, providing additional resources for members of the website that include death, marriage and divorce records for their perusal and use. Ashley Evans, PR manager for RecordsBase.com, explained the additional files are in response to RecordsBase review asking for more information to become available.

"Our goal is to make public records searches as fast and easy as possible," Evans stated. "That is why we are constantly working toward making more records available to our members, through our website search functions that offer instant access to the records our members are looking for. Now, our customers can search even more public records free, with the addition of these collections."

New files offered by RecordsBase include New York State death records dating between 1957 and 1962. This collection contains a total of 485,114 files. North Carolina, Haywood County marriage records, dating between 1857 and 1925, add 8,383 records, and Alaska divorce records dating from 1970 to present include 51,883 files. These records are now accessible for viewing through the RecordsBase.com website. Currently the website offers more than two billion public records, according to one RecordsBase.com review.

RecordsBase.com is the leading source for archival information and public records today. The website offers online, instant access to millions of public records, as well as information about how to successfully complete genealogy research and public records searches. Information is available to the general public, while members gain access to even more information and public records. According to more than one RecordsBase review, this website features the some of the best functionality and user experience of any genealogy website.

With even more files to choose from, thanks to these recent additions, RecordsBase.com is the go-to place for public records of all types. The website breaks information down by state and county, with collections that include birth and death records, marriage and divorce certificates, and military records. Members can also find information in cemetery records and obituaries to aid in a public records search. The website can be accessed from any location with Internet access, and documents can be viewed instantly.

About Records Base: RecordsBase.com is one of the leading sources for genealogy searches and public records retrieval today. The company features a vast collection of more than two billion records that include vital records, cemetery records and obituaries, and military records.