<www.pihome.com> Check this private investigator referral Web site that lists information on licensing and associations for each state.
•National VETS Archives
<www.vets.org/> Database of more than 12,000 veterans reunions, as well as a search service to help locate military buddies.
<www.nedsite.nl> Search through listings from phone books, universities, the military, missing persons sites, e-mail directories and more, from all over the world.
<www.peoplefindernow.com> Links to free searches in several categories, such as missing persons, military, business and Social Security Death Index. Also performs paid searches.
<www.pac-info.com> Access more than 1,100 public records databases across the United States and Canada with this site’s list of links, categorized by state.
•Telephone Directories on the Web
<www.teldir.com> Sometimes finding someone can be as simple as looking the name up in a telephone book. This site indexes online telephone directories, yellow pages, e-mail directories and fax listings covering more than 150 countries. Keep in mind that the various telephone directories don’t share the same database; therefore, search results will vary.
<www.555-1212.com> Use national directory assistance online. You can look for people by name, address or e-mail. Also does a search of schools and colleges.
• Get the Facts on Anyone by Dennis King (International Data Group Co.)
• How to Locate Anyone Who is or Has Been in the Military, 8th edition by Richard S. Johnson (MIE Publishing)
• International Vital Records Handbook by Thomas J. Kemp (Genealogical Publishing Co., out of print)
• Locating Lost Family Members & Friends by Kathleen W. Hinckley (Betterway Books)
• The MVR Book: Motor Services Guide edited by Michael L Sankey (BRB Publications) Outlines access to motor vehicle records for each state.
• The SourceBook of Local Court and County Record Retrievers edited by Micheal L. Sankey (BRB Publications)
• The Ultimate Search Book 2000 edition by Lori Carangelo (Access Press)
LETTER -FORWARDING SERVICES
Write to these addresses with two letters one with your request and one to be forwarded.
•Social Security Administration
Office of Public Inquiries Room 4-C-5 Annex 6401 Security Blvd. Baltimore, MD 21235 (800) 772-1213 <www.ssa.gov/faq_services.html>
•VA Records Processing Center
Box 5020 St. Louis, MO (800) 827-1000 Military inquiries only; call to locate a regional Veterans Affairs office or visit <www.va.gov/stations97/guide/home.asp? DIVISION=ALL> to browse offices by state.
•National Personnel Records Center
Civilian Personnel Records 111 Winnebago St. St. Louis, MO 63118 Military Personnel Records 9700 Page Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63132 <www.nara.gov/regional/nprcinfo.html> You may write to request records on military personnel or federal employees. Visit the Web site for instructions.
•Internal Revenue Service Center