Sunday, April 21, 2013

Three Books Added to the Sacramento County Coroner’s Records Collection 1887-1969 by Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society


SACRAMENTO, California–April 20, 2013Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society (RCSGS) announces the release of three new books for the Sacramento County Coroner’s Records Collection 1887-1969. This release marks the completion of the series totally 20 books in 12 volumes. RCSGS volunteers, under the direction of Marilyn Ulbricht, extracted and indexed these records from original books of the Coroner's Office of Sacramento County housed at the Center for Sacramento History (Center) and acquired through the efforts of the Sacramento Old City Cemetery Committee. The books include the decedent’s name; date of death; place of death; nativity; age; cause and circumstances of death; burial and funeral information; and book and page of the original book. A Master Index of all 20 books will be available soon. The extracted information is comprehensive but even more is available in the original books. Also, the Center has many of the original Coroner Inquests that correspond with surnames in the Sacramento County Coroner’s Records Collection.

These publications and others are available for purchase at the Society’s Store. The original books are available for research at the Center by appointment, (916) 808-7072 or email csh@cityofsacramento.org.

The three books just published include:

Vol. XI - Book 18: Coroner's Register January 1961 - June 1964
4,000 Surnames
332 pages
8½ x 11 soft cover
$30.00+ tax

Vol. XII - Books 19 and 20 with Index. Book 19: Coroner's Register June 1964 - December 1967. Book 20: January 1968 - December 1969.
8,989 Surnames
168 pages
8½ x 11 soft cover
$20.00+ tax.

About Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society

The Society was formed in 1978 to help members with genealogical research through education, publication of information and preservation of records. Society activities include a monthly membership meeting, workshop and Reunion for Mac Special Interest Group, an annual spring seminar, a monthly newsletter Geni-Gram, and an online periodical Preserves. It has a long-standing partnership with the Center for Sacramento History for the extraction of original records housed there. Publications of these records and many genealogy books are available for use at the Root Cellar Genealogical Library housed at the California State Archives in Sacramento, California. Contact us at rootcellarsgs@gmail.comFacebookor Facebook.