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Burial and/or Death Record Burial and/or Death Record
Santa Barbara County Sample Burial Permit. 

A Permit for Disposition of Human Remains (Disposition Permit / Burial Permit) must be issued for each death at the time of preparation for burial, cremation, or transit of the remains. The state basically needs to know what is happening to the remains and the final resting place of the deceased individual's remains. If cremated remains are divided for placement at more than one location, a Burial Permit must be issued for each location. A burial permit is needed for the following reasons:

Shipping the remains out of the state or country.
Scattering cremains on land or burial at sea.
Deeming the remains for scientific use.
Shipping the remains into the State of California                                      
When disinterment is required for moving the remains to another location other than a new location within the same cemetery.
When remains are temporarily stored.
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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City Birth Certificate City Birth Certificate
This sample Birth Certificate was issued by Wm. Cunnane, MD in the City of Santa Barbara. Statewide registration for births and deaths started in 1905. General compliance by 1920.  1850.
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Marriage Record Marriage Record
The marriage records were scanned from microfilm borrowed from the County Recorder. Some other records were scanned from the All Saints By the Sea Episcopal Church microfilm. Other marriage records were from a judge's notebook. The sample record shown was scanned from an original document held by the Santa Barbara County Recorder in its archives. Marriages were first recorded by the Franciscan Friars in 1850 at the Santa Barbara Mission.
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Miscellaneous Record Miscellaneous Record
Miscellaneous records range from guest books, sheriff's arrest mug books, livestock brand registration (pictured), squirrel liens, and land records.
 
 
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Mortuary Record Mortuary Record
These records were scanned from the actual Funeral Record books. The earliest records were from McDermott-Crockett Mortuary who held books from L.E. Gagnier dating back to 1911 and forward to 1971. These volumes and the volumes from McDermott-Crockett were donated to our society. The Funeral Record volumes from Welch-Ryce-Haider were loaned to the society for scanning and date from 1924 to the 1970s when the mortuary stopped using record books and went to file folders.
This sample record is from L. E. Gagnier Funeral Home 1911.
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Naturalization Record Naturalization Record
These records were scanned and indexed from the Santa Barbara Superior Court's official record books. Some are only the Declaration of Intention, others are the full Petition for Naturalization, which included the Declaration, the Certificate of Arrival and Affidavits of witnesses. 
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Obituary Obituary
These obituaries were clipped by volunteers at the Gledhill Library at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum and pasted into scrapbooks beginning in 1950.  The early obits were randomly clipped or collected.  The sample is a full page from one of the scrapbooks.
For key to which years are covered in the volumes/books, copy this link: https://sbgen.org/cpage.php?pt=226
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Will, Probate, and Guardianship Records Will, Probate, and Guardianship Records
Early wills were written in Spanish. The sample Will shown here is in English. Later Wills were typewritten. All Wills were copied into volumes by the County Clerks taken from the originals since there were no copy machines until the 1970s. 
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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Wills - Gledhill Library Wills
This index is for Original Wills held at the Gledhill Library not found in the SBCGS database. Copy this link to search the database: https://sbgen.org/cpage.php?pt=76. A request for a Will found in the index will require a volunteer to physically go to the Gledhill Library at the SB Historical Museum to get a photocopy of the Will.  We may not have a digital image in our collection in the link above. 
Last Updated: 5 July 2021   [Located in Category: Record]
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