Sometimes you might want to do a public records search and see where someone has lived over the years. You can actually find out street addresses or city and states just by doing a search on all the free public records available. This is really handy when you are doing genealogy research.
The biggest users of public records are those researching their family history. They are searching marriage records, birth records, military records, and census records. By using these records they are able to determine where the great-grandfather lived through the various stages of his life even to the point of what street he lived on.
For example, if someone was going through the Broward County public records in Florida they might discover where their great-grandfather had lived in Maryland before moving to Miami. This might come as a surprise to them and even more so as they continue looking and discover where his parents lived in a small town in Wales, Great Britain.
These public records also show street addresses and even the neighbors. Some genealogists have found where their ancestors lived next to famous people. It puts a whole new outlook on some of the ancestors when you know that they actually rubbed elbows with people you can find in history books. So much can be found just from looking through an address history.
Doing a public records search reveals a lot of surprising information. Ask any genealogist who is been our sponsor public records and found some of the most amazing discoveries. You would be amazed at the revelations they have uncovered all because of free public records and the knowledge of how to look through them.