There are more than 5,000 records for delayed births filed in King County, Washington. While the information for each person varies, Washington, King County Delayed Births 1941-1942 usually includes:
Washington state is located in the northwest corner of the United States, and King County is its largest county and home to the state’s largest city, Seattle. This collection of delayed birth records was created between 1941 and 1942, as individuals who did not have a birth certificate filed at the original time of their birth applied for a birth certificate.
Like most birth records, these delayed birth records can provide important details about your family members. Use what you learn to help you to fill in gaps in your family history and find additional records about your family members.
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Look for more information about your family in Washington newspapers. While delayed births may not be mentioned, you may find other fascinating stories about your family in their local newspaper.