Fetal Deaths Only parents may request a copy of a "Certificate of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth." A copy of a "Fetal Death Certificate" is available only to the parents.
Delayed Birth records were created by the Bureau of Vital Statistics from borrowed microfilms of original Russian Church records.
Birth parents can request information about adoptees 18 years or older if the adoptee has agreed (in writing) to disclose that information.
Contact the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics for more information.
Marriage records are restricted for 50 years after the date of the marriage.
Only those named on the certificate, their legal representatives, and person who can prove they are legally entitled can obtain copies.
1913 - Present The Death Record collection at the Alaska State Bureau of Vital Statistics contains a few records beginning in 1890 but the greater part of the collection is after 1930. Social Security Death Index contains information on persons receiving Social Security whose deaths were reported to the government.
Access to death records is restricted to family members and legal representatives for 50 years after the date of death. The index contains data from 1962 to the present, however, the Social Security Administration also has additional records dating to 1936.
After locating a person in an index always consult the original record to confirm the information in the index.
Early - 1913 No births were recorded by government agencies prior to 1913.
The Bureau of Vital Statistics has microfilmed local Church Records for the purpose of creating delayed birth records.