The Social Security Administration knows the address for just about everyone in the US. If you need to contact a missing family member, but don't know where they are, SSA can help, by forwarding a letter to them. Here's how it works.
Finding the SSN of a relative can be useful for searching their family history, and sometimes essential for obtaining certain records. This article covers sources of information for finding a Social Security Number.
Applications are filed by almost every American to receive a Social Security number. These applications are a rich source of genealogical information, and include full names, maiden names, parents names, place of work, and so much more. A great resource to know about.
A five-lesson course on CD. This course familiarizes you with the history of the Social Security Act in the United States and how this determines when and where someone may have obtained a Social Security number.