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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

People Search via Social Security Index

The United States Social Security Office provides an index of deceased Americans with a Social Security Number.

You can use this free service to determine if the person you are looking for has passed away---But be warned, there may be many people of the same name---And the database does not provide the public with the where-abouts of living individuals.

Use Public Records to Locate People

If you are trying to locate somebody and know what city and county they live in, you can use several forms of public records determine where they live.

The Key Places to look include: 1) County Recorders Office 2) The city/county Treasurer's Office 3) The County Court.
For example, if you are trying to find a person who you know lives (or lived in) Chicago... You can Google, "Chicago County" and find out that it is in Cook County.

Then you find the Cook County Recorders Office ( and see if the individual has ever bought property or had a mortgage in the county. If they currently own property, you can go search the County Treasurer's website to find out where the real estate tax bills are being mailed to---Then you'll be able to find that person's mailing address and get in touch with that long lost relative.
Now, if you're looking for somebody who was never a property owner, then it's more challenging to locate them through public records---You could search the online court cases to see if they have ever been sued or arrested---but odds are pretty good that the addresses in those documents may have gone stale.

Welcome to National People Search

Welcome to National People Search---There are many roadblocks people run into when trying to locate people from their past.

Whether you're looking for long lost family members, classmates, friends, or significant others---The internet provides a plethora of tools to find other peoples' addresses, phone numbers and email addresses.