You can trace the history of your house by talking to your neighbors or Visiting your local County Court house by looking at the deed registry. The registry is found in the clerk and recorders office. The information is indexed by a lot and block number in a city. Visit http://www.wikihow.com/Research-the-History-of-Your-House for more information. Good luck!!!
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An easy way is to do a search on Google from your computer to find the online version of your local city's newspaper. Try searching from their own website page first and then use Google itself if that doesn't work. Another resource you can use is at your local library. Ask the person at the front desk to show you where the local newspaper microfilm section is located. You can use that to search any references to your address, although it could take a long time to find anything....if it is there at all. You might have to research your community name itself to find out if it was called something else in the past.
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Start with public records. You can pay a title insurance company to pull them, or go to the county office and do it yourself for free.
None of those records will tell you specifically if someone died on the property. However, if the property was ever used as a residence for any length of time, then the chances are pretty good that someone will have passed away in that residence. If the property was used for commercial purposes then unless some notable death took place at the location you will likely not find any specific record.
If the property has never been built upon before you can research what generally went on in the area, Check with any local museums, historical societies and your local library. Kids often have to do school projects about local history so they probably have that type of information. If you can find out about how your area was settled you can then make some pretty educated guesses about what took place on your property going back to the early European settlers and even native American activity. Finally, humans have been in the US for several thousand years now. You simply cannot know what took place on your parcel over that period of time.