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Deaths that occurred after December 19, 1908 are recorded by the Ohio Department of Health in a certificate format.
If you are researching a death before 1867, consider using "substitute" resources, like mortality schedules, will records, estate case files, or death notices in a community's newspaper, as written proof of a death. The Ohio History Connection holds probate court death records for several Ohio counties between 1867-1908.
Death records typically provide the individual’s date of death, cause of death, residence and additional biographical information.
Depending on the time period, there are different ways to access death records.Tokes grew up outside Toledo, and was a fourth-year psychology major at Ohio State due to graduate in May. Saturday after being identified as a suspect through DNA evidence gathered in and around Tokes' car, which was found not far from where Golsby was living in Columbus, White said.She was shot twice in the head, Grove City Police Sgt. Police believe Tokes encountered Golsby not long after she left the restaurant shortly before 10 p.m. The charges against Golsby also were based on statements he gave to police, White said.Copies of Ohio Department of Health death certificates from December 20, 1908-December 31, 1963 are available through the Archives/Library at the Ohio History Center.Ohio Department of Health Stillborn Death Certificates (December 20, 1908-1935, and 1942-1946) – Information includes name of deceased, sex, date and cause of death, place of burial, names and birthplaces of parents, and mother’s address.In Ohio, it became a statewide law to record deaths in 1867.