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Offline Tab J Thomas

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Re: Trying to find information and parents of my deceased Maternal Grandmother
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Re: Trying to find information and parents of my deceased Maternal Grandmother
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 08 February 18 04:34 GMT (UK) »
Hi again...

Have sent another PM with a bit more info.

If you do decide to purchase a birth certificate/printout would you let me know how it goes. I've not had dealings with BDM NZ as regards purchasing non-historical birth certificates.

I've had no real problem purchasing a non-historical death certificate but I can see privacy problems when the birth certificate of, possibly, a still living complete stranger is involved.

Thanks
Beg :-)