One of the most direct methods to use to find out if someone has died is to type the person's name into an online search engine such as Google. Place quotation marks around the person's name in a first name - last name f... More »

To find out if anyone has ever died in your home, try asking the previous owners, landlord or neighbors, and search local newspaper records for your address. However, there is no reliable way to know for sure whether any... More »

A straightforward and popular way to find out who died on one's birthday is to use "The Death Report" hosted by oneplusyou.com. In addition to detailing exactly how many people died on a specified date, it lists the deat... More »

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Use the 411 pages to look up someone in British Columbia by searching Canada 411's website using the person's name, address or phone number. Depending on the information you supply in the search field, Canada 411 returns... More »

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To locate someone for free, search social media, Google, public records, people search engines and informational directories. It may take some time and require multiple searches, but it is possible to locate many individ... More »

Individuals can search the databases of state unclaimed property offices for unclaimed money by name through the Missing Money search engine of the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators. Various feder... More »

While it may be possible for specific government institutions to look up a Social Security number by name, such a search engine is not available to the general public. The federal government does provide services for ver... More »