The Wayback Machine is an Internet Archive that is a non-profit of library of millions of free books, movies, websites, and more. If there is a website that you are searching for that may of have disappeared the Wayback Machine may help you locate this site.
The Wayback machine has over 491 billion web pages that are saved over time. This massive archive can be located at the Wayback Machine . After accessing the archive you can enter the URL you are searching and Select Browse History. A calendar time frame will be displayed showing the dates that you can visit to view the web pages you are interested in. The information that is displayed is the result of the Wayback Machine crawling the web pages over a period of time.
A good example of this is the article that appeared recently on Dick Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter located at blog.eogn.com. The article titled “Why Was the Information Removed from Online? June 17, 2006. The article states “A set of Vital Records has been removed form a popular genealogy site”.
If you have the URL for the set of Vital Records why not visit the website again using the Wayback Machine. Since this is Vital Records why not see if the Wayback Machine can retrieve this valuable data.