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Merced County, California Deaths, 1852-1999

Index to deaths in Merced County, California between 1852 and December 1999.


Formed in 1855 from nearby Mariposa County, Merced County is located just east of San Jose in California. This database is an index to deaths in the county between 1852 and December 1999. In addition to revealing the decedent's name, it provides the date of death. Page and book numbers are included to aid the researcher in obtaining a copy of the original county document. It contains the names of over 52,600 individuals. For those patrons seeking ancestors from central California, this can be a helpful index.

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Note: In many cases, the death date is only a date range. This is how the record appeared in the original document.
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