4 Replies Latest reply on Jun 13, 2019 8:46 AM by Jerry Carbone

    Seeking individual Social Security records

    Jerry Carbone Newbie

      Greetings:

       

      I am working on a genealogical research question of a 56 year old person who went missing in Jan  1939 from his home in Camden, New Jersey. According to the file, Social Security Applications and Claims 1936-2007, there was a record for him dated November 1936.

       

      Besides the SS-5 application for Social Security record and Social Security death index records, are there any other associated records available at National Archives, which might provide locations and companies where the applicant may have worked over the years while the social security tax was being paid?

       

      Also, if the applicant’s death was not registered but an SS-5 and SSN exist, would there be a record of the above mentioned information? The response from National Archives did not address the specific question that was asked.

       

      Thank you