The Truth About Michael Scott Crook

The TRUTH that MSC doesn't want you to know. He would much rather leave it in his past, but that won't happen here.....or there © Copyright 2006, Truthluster All rights reserved

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

"Partners In Crime"

Ok here is how I get the information. I know the name and I know the person died in California, but do not know where the person was born or the parents names. (In some cases I might) Sometimes though even if I put a parents last or maiden name in, it won't come up because the person in question does not have those names on the record. So if you take out the last names of parents, it may show up than. In the case with me, I than checked out for the name of the mother by putting fathers name in where it belongs with last known married name the mother had. Only ONE name showed up So I can assume that since the main person I checked for showed being born in California and died in California it was safe to assume the persons parents also may have died in California.

Click the link and choose

Deaths: 1905-2000 Scroll down to and than click the "All Searchers may enter here area."

1940-2000 Death Index Summary: Premium Search Members* may enter here.
All Searchers may enter here.

Once in there you will Just put in last name and first name of who you are trying to find. It may bring up alot or just afew or if you are not so lucky..nothing. Sometimes it will have mothers madien name and fathers last name..Other time maybe just maiden name /or just fathes names or neither name. So the name you find turns out to be born in California too.

Now go back to the main site again

This time click Births: 1905-2000

Go to: 1905-1995: Premium Search Members* may enter here.
All other Searchers may enter here.

You will need a free GuestPass. Once you get in, it will show netdetective. look to bottom right corner where it says - - - - Begin Search/Reset. Click on that than put in last name you're looking for. It will bring you up to alot of last names but you will have to hit the Next > End (Do not hit the end). you will have to hit next until you get to the name you are looking for.

The same type of info is in here as is in the death site, only it gives name of county where born.

Now how to try fnding living people.

Go to peoplefinders put in just First and last name and last known state the person was at..or you can try going by no state at all.. It will pull up every where they lived. Alias names and possible relatives. You can also than try searching the names on the list of possible Relatives. Some names I found has proven how they are connected to a person

You can also go into this site and check for familys via 1930 census or before..if someone married in Nevada in a certain year, it will show up in here.It also lists afew other states for marriages, It will show in some cases a person death place and spouses name.

Another place to find death info on someone is here. SSDI

I like to use the advance search when looking for females. If they married and you're not sure the last name. You can play around by just adding first name, month of birth (any information you know for sure) This will only work if the person had a SSN at one time, and even than, some will not show up unless you know the SSN itself. Or quite afew names may show up, and you will have to check each name. My family member did not show up by the name, but once I searched with just the SSN there, that family member came up. lol

Another nice thing about the SSDI is that you can request the actual Social Security Application by mailing it to the:

Social Security Administration-OEO FOIA Workgroup (under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. Section 552)

You can get to the application form to order by clicking on the 'SS-5 Letter' to the right of the person you searched for. Most likely anyone who died before having a SSN, you will find their info in Ancestry

And now if you noticed while going into those sites you will notice a little thing saying in all but peoplefinders.

So the partner in crime in my alledged Fraud would be Ancestry. If you search further you will find that the Mormon Church owns this site, so in theory you can say they would be the ring leader of any so called crimes finding people including living ones. It gets worse though. In order for anyone to view all of the information, they charge you for it, so they are getting paid for handing out information in this alledged crime spree.

Update: I stand corrected. The owners are LDS members but Ancestry is not owned by the LDS Church.

No matter, both are good resources to use for searching ancestors,and sometimes even living relatives. Ancestry just helped me find a cousin who's family has not seen since about 1978..can you say reunion time?

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Blogger Brian Cragun said...

You are misinformed. The LDS church does not own (Although the founders of are LDS members). has removed all rights to use its services at LDS Family History centers. How could this be if the LDS church owned Ancestry. See this article:
or this one

Wednesday, 07 November, 2007  
Blogger Truthluster said...

Thank You Brian for correcting me on that.

Wednesday, 07 November, 2007  

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