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permitted under the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act of 1994
(“DPPA”), 18 U.S. Code § 2721 et seq., as amended. By proceeding,
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this service and of the results of your motor vehicle records search
for any purpose other than a DPPA permitted purpose may subject you
to liability under the DPPA. Vehicle owner information is not always
available. You will be required to attest to these statements again
in the member's area prior to conducting your search. As required by
the DPPA, we will retain a record of your request, including your
name and selected permitted purpose(s).
Responses to “Connecticut Death Records”
Daniel, unfortunately our Connecticut death record resources do not show the cause of death. You will need to resource a copy of your cousin’s death certificate. You can try contacting the Connecticut Department of Public Health and request this information. Typically they will only allow immediate family to obtain a copy of a CT death certificate
I’m trying to find the cause of death of my first cousin. Her name is Roberta Castle, but had been using the name of Bobbie Burhart. I believed she was born in Bridgeport, CT. She had lived in Shelton, Torrington, and finely Broad Brook CT. I last saw her at 21A Folkstone Road, Broad Brook, CT. 06016. I would appreciate any help or direction. Thank You.
Kathleen, we are happy to verify his Connecticut death record for you however, if you’re interested in obtaining a copy of your father’s Connecticut death certificate then you will want to reach out to the Connecticut Department of Public Health. They manage and archive Connecticut vital records that include birth records, death records and marriage records. You can make your request on their website or call them directly @ 860-509-8000
I am looking for my father’s death certificate. He died September, 1971
His name is Frederick Brinkmeyer
Unfortunately our records only go back about 50 years. You will want to contact the Connecticut Department of Public Health State Vital Records Office as they manage and archive all the death records for the state.
How to Lookup Old Connecticut Death Records
1. Visit the Connecticut Department of Public Health website
2. Select the Vital Records Death Records option
3. For deaths before 1987 select the Town Vital Records Directory
4. Choose the town the deceased lived in
5. Request death record information
Waterbury Town Clerk Contact Information
235 Grand St.
Waterbury, CT 06702
I am looking for genealogy search for my maternal uncle who died in 1935 in Waterbury, CT as an infant or stillborn, along with his mother who died in childbirth. Are records of stillborn births in which the baby is named kept in any of the Connecticut records?
Appreciate any information you can provide
Last Updated: 2017-05-25