Re: Social Security question #general
Dear Mimi & fellow genners,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
A review of the JewishGen info file [mentioned below] when compaired against the
Social Security Online Number Allocations web-page [also below] reveals that the
JewishGen file is out of date.
Both my California-born sons have numbers that begin with '6', which according to
JewishGen is part of the unassigned number range. >from the Number Allocation site
it appears that numbers beginning as high as 765 [Arizona] are currently in use.
Several states now have two or three different ranges assigned to them. For
instance North Carolina has 232[shared with WVa], 237-246 and 681-690.
Until the table is updated in the JewishGen info files, I guess the Social
Security web-page is the best resource.
San Francisco, CA
On Mon, 03 Mar 2008 "phylliskramer1"
Mimi Katz asked about social security ..how to
determine which state issued it based on the
first three numbers of the social security
Bernard Kouchel wrote a JewishGen infofile on
it is the list of states issuing the numbers.
On Mon, 03 Mar 2008 "David Oseas"
Social Security Number Allocation page:
393 = Wisconsin.