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General Information On Montana Genealogy Records
Finding information to complete Montana genealogy records can be a fun experience. The region of Montana remains remote and while there are many modern areas to it today, many of those who used to live here lived on large ranches or in very small communities. That does not mean that records do not exist for the region, though. In fact, it is possible that you could find a great deal of information on the people who lived and worked here from the 1800's forward. However, to do this, you will need to know where to look to find this information.
 
A good place to start your search for information for Montana genealogy records is with the state's data and documentation. The state of Montana began recording all of the births and deaths occurring within the state in 1907. It would take another 8 years before this data was made to be a mandatory requirement to report. Moreover, in about 1922, it is estimated that about 90 percent of all births and deaths were being recorded at the state level. If you wish to find this documentation for someone who was born or died in 1907 until now, you will want to write to or visit the following address:
 
Department of Public Health and Human Services
111 North Sanders
PO Box 4210
Helena, Montana 59604
 
If you are looking for information for your Montana genealogy records from prior to this time, you will need to turn to the county clerk's office. Still until this day the counties do record this information and they also keep all marriage certificates on file. You can get information from these counties by visiting them individually. It is a good idea to come with as much information as possible to ensure you can find exactly who you are looking for.
 
There are other resources available to help you to complete Montana genealogy records. For example, the cities would keep individual documentation of visitors as well as settlers. You can use these records, which are available through the town's city hall, to look up people using their surname. It takes time, but it works very well to verify information. Other resources for information for these records include military documentation. You will find this information available through the Department of Veterans Affairs. The 1840 Pensioners Database may contain some information as well.
 
Another resource for gathering information is the Native American records available. The Battle of the Little Bighorn's location is home to a museum that may offer some information. You can also learn a great deal at the Heart Butte District Blackfeet Indian Reservation, if you are able to visit.
 
As you look for Montana genealogy records, it is a good idea to learn as much as you can about the person first. Sometimes, the best resources are things like the church they belonged to or even the religion they practiced. This information can lead you to the churches in the area and help you to learn more about your family members.
Montana Genealogy Records
  • Montana Historical Society

    Montana Historical Society
    P.O. Box 201201
    225 North Roberts
    Helena, MT 59620-1201
    p (406) 444-2694
  • Montana State Genealogical Society

    Montana State Genealogical Society MSGS, c/o Lewis & Clark Library
    120 S Last Chance Gulch
    Helena, MT 59620
  • State Archives

    Research Center
    PO Box 201201, 225 N Roberts St
    Helena, MT 59620-1201
    p (406) 444-2681
    f (406) 444-5297
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