JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Deathindexes.com (TITNER in Minnesota) #general
m leonards <m_leonards@...>
Jill Ullman is looking for information about her TITNER family >from
I'd like to remind everyone about the site deathindexes.com, which is a
regularly updated list of death indexes available for all the states.
Clicking on Minnesota reveals that the large fee-based commercial site has
an index to Minnesota deaths. But the Minnesota Historical Society also has
a free index covering 1905--1996 (I'm not sure whether it's complete).
A search on TITNER (Soundex) reveals entries for Sam TETNER, who died in
Hennepin County in 1946, and for Harry TITNER, who died there in 1962.
Harry's mother's maiden name was RABINOWITZ. There is also Lottie TITNER,
who died in 1960. Unfortunately, it appears that her mother's maiden name
According to the site, the actual certificate should include more
information, including the decedant's father's and/or spouse's name. Of
course, there are no guarantees--as we all know, death certificates are
The site provides an easy way to order copies of the certificates for a very
reasonable $8 each.
Good luck in your research!