Dee asked in Arts & HumanitiesGenealogy · 1 decade ago

Does anyonw know where I can find James Van Allen's birth certificate?

please? ><

Update:

Like a real one that i can find online for free? A link to any type of website would be nice or a link to the actual certificate would be great too!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    If he was born in the USA, the county clerk's office, in the county he was born in. Fees range from $5 to $30 and in most you have to prove you are related to him to get a copy.

    If you mean the astronomer that the radiation belts are named after, and all you need is his birth DATE, Google or Wikipedia are your best bets.

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    Added Later:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Van_Allen

    We understood you the first time. Nothing you added helps. Birth certificates are NOT on line. You have to buy them, on paper, from the county clerk.

    You still haven't said which one you mean, either. Look:

    Census - 1880 US Census

    1. James VANALLEN - 1880 United States Census / Illinois

    Son Gender: Male Birth: <1877> IL

    Matches: Census/1880 US Census - 1

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    International Genealogical Index - North America

    2. James VanAllen - International Genealogical Index / NA

    Gender: Male Birth: About 1890 , , Pennsylvania

    Matches: International Genealogical Index/North America - 1

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    U.S. Social Security Death Index

    3. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 22 Feb 1889 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Apr 1968

    4. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 17 Dec 1890 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Jul 1972

    5. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 23 Oct 1913 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Aug 1986

    6. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 21 Jun 1933 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: 24 Oct 1999

    7. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 11 Jul 1902 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Nov 1975

    8. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 4 Feb 1880 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Jun 1970

    9. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 7 Feb 1906 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Mar 1983

    10. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 1 Nov 1879 State Where Number was Issued: New York Death: Nov 1964

    11. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 16 Nov 1894 State Where Number was Issued: Ohio Death: Oct 1963

    12. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 1 Jun 1917 State Where Number was Issued: Oklahoma Death: 1 Aug 1989

    13. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 24 Jun 1882 State Where Number was Issued: Oklahoma Death: Oct 1975

    14. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 26 Nov 1930 State Where Number was Issued: California Death: 31 Oct 1997

    15. James VANALLEN - U.S. Social Security Death Index

    Birth: 7 Sep 1914 State Where Number was Issued: Iowa Death: 9 Aug 2006

    Matches: U.S. Social Security Death Index - 13

    See????

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  • 1 decade ago

    Birth certificates are never online and are never free. Counties make much too much money from the sale of official documents and the age of identity theft keeps documents like those from being put in cyberspace for any freak to grab and misuse to assume a new identity.

    In the case of Dr. Van Allen, the birth certificate (if it exists because they weren't required 90 years ago) would be at the Henry County Court House in Mount Pleasant, Iowa. If you are a relative, you can request a copy. If you're not a close relative, you have to wait another 7 years before it will be accessible to the public for private research.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Here in the UK, you can buy the certificate from the register office but there is a form to fill in, and you do have to tell why you need the certificate, and you have to say what relation you are to the person who is named on the certificate. The price is £5:00 short, £7:00 full.

    Hope this helps.

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  • 4 years ago

    Birth Records Search Database : http://BirthRecords.neatprim.com

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  • 1 decade ago

    No!!!!

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