[APG Public List] Death of a US citizen abroad

Ray Beere Johnson II raybeere at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 24 11:29:08 MST 2011


Christine;
          I don't know just how far back they go - or if the dates vary by country - but I _do_ know at least some Consular records exist much further back than the 1920s. A friend's mother was born to US citisens abroad, in Australia, in the 1920s. And she has a birth certificate issued from these Consular records of that birth. And I've seen references that _suggest_ to me that consulates were active in many countries - and involved in recording the affairs of US citisens - at least some decades earlier than that.
          Of course, another question would be just how _complete_ are these records? If the death was not reported to the consulate, then all bets would be off.
                                                               Ray Beere Johnson II


--- On Thu, 2/24/11, Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer <christine3cats at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a question to piggyback on this. My husband's great-grandfather's sister, who was 
> naturalized in the US, died while on a visit to Germany (Berlin) in 1908. Does anyone 
> know how far back before 1975 these records go?




      
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