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A commenter on Zerohedge.com contributed this bit of personal experience in locating people that I thought was worth archiving:
On the ease of locating 99% of people:
On the other hand, I have gotten quite adept at finding people using the Internet. I helped out for my 50th class reunion tracking down people.
First I use a Google/Bing search. This will find anybody whose name got in the papers for any reason or who registered to vote. People put their resume online on many sites.
Next is Facebook.
Then a Whitepages.com lookup.
Then Legacy.com to see if they died or were mentioned in the obituary.
SSDI or Social Security Death Index lists everybody a couple of months after they die.
Many towns and cities have their property records online for free. You can get their address and look at the Street View on Google Maps and it’s just like standing outside their house.
This will find over 99% of all people.
Awesome information Dee … as always. Appreciate your posts thx!
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