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What kind of information, and for what purpose?  And, are they "dead" or "cheating"? (it's unlikely that they're both at the same time)

If you have a death certificate, you should be able to find out your spouse's SS earnings record, to establish what benefits you can collect.  That may not be the same as what is reported for taxes, because SS taxes are collected only up to a maximum income.  You should also be able to get copies of past tax returns from the IRS.

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