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The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the depository of the permanently valuable, non-current records of the Federal Government. Our mission is to preserve the records and make them available to the public. As part of our reference service, we provide information about the records, make copies of the records for a fee, and make records available for use in our research rooms.
The Federal Government does not ordinarily create or maintain birth, death, marriage or divorce records. Such records are made and kept by state and local governments rather than the National Archives.
If your relatives immigrated to the United States of America, what I would recommend doing is to use either Ancestry or FamilySearch in your searches as a starting point. Ancestry is a subscription-based database, but it is available for free public use at all National Archives facilities and many public libraries. FamilySearch is free but you have to create an account with them. If your relatives did not immigrate to the United States, I would still recommend using Ancestry or FamilySearch as a resource as they both have a lot of records available from England.
We suggest that you review NARA’s Resources for Genealogists, as well as the History Hub Blog titled Suggestions and Advice for Family History Researchers. Also, the FamilySearch Research wiki for United States Genealogy may be useful.
We hope this information is helpful and best of luck with your research!
Thank you Joshua,
Some realy good suggestion, I will be following them up.