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Family History Beginners Board / Causes of death
« on: Thursday 12 February 09 15:25 GMT (UK)  »
Just wondered if there is a web-site which might explain some of the causes of death on certificates.  I`ve had one recently which was `brain disease` in 1878 which I should think could cover many things!  I do wonder how accurate some of the older ones are especially in poorer areas where presumably a doctor wouldn`t have been involved until the last possible moment.
Jane

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Completed Yorkshire (East Riding & York) Requests / Re: 1881 Census
« on: Thursday 12 February 09 08:50 GMT (UK)  »
Tazzie, thanks very much for that though I am rather sad to hear she ended up there - it does make you realise how desperate things could be when one of the parents died.
Jane

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Completed Yorkshire (East Riding & York) Requests / Re: 1881 Census
« on: Wednesday 11 February 09 16:59 GMT (UK)  »
I think so - it ties in with the 1871 census (father Ralph) and from `Familysearch` I found her birth and baptism in Bishophill Jnr in 1868 - must admit I haven`t actually checked the birth indexes for her

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Ireland / Re: obtaining a birth certificate
« on: Wednesday 11 February 09 16:27 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks everyone - I got an email back from them and have completed the form as best I could, writing in the registration index too and have sent off  6 euros via my credit card today.  Now that this info is on Familysearch I wonder if they will adapt the application form?
Jane

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Completed Yorkshire (East Riding & York) Requests / 1881 Census COMPLETE
« on: Wednesday 11 February 09 16:12 GMT (UK)  »
I`m looking for Annie Daggett born 1868 York, living in Prospect Gardens in 1871.  By 1881 her mother had died and her father was lodging at Tanner Row without any children.
Many thanks,         Jane

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Ireland / Re: obtaining an irish birth certificate
« on: Saturday 07 February 09 09:10 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Shane but there is nowhere on the Irish application form for that information.  I think I`ll email them and ask if there is another way of applying for the certificate
Jane

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Ireland / Re: obtaining a birth certificate
« on: Friday 06 February 09 19:15 GMT (UK)  »
More help needed I`m afraid. The application form is asking for information that I won`t have until I`ve seen the certificate - e.g. exact date of birth and address of place of birth!  I`ve got the index reference from Familysearch but there doesn`t seem to be a way of applying for the certificate using that (as you do with the British G.R.O)

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Ireland / Re: obtaining a birth certificate
« on: Friday 06 February 09 16:49 GMT (UK)  »
Thanks Marian -

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Ireland / obtaining a birth certificate
« on: Friday 06 February 09 15:17 GMT (UK)  »
I found my grandfather very easily on the new Familysearch site and now have all his registration index details (volume & page etc)- he was born in Dundalk in 1883.  I`d really like to obtain a copy of his birth certificate but can`t find out how to apply for one.  (The application on the Civil Registration Office site seems to be for a current certificate)
Many thanks
Jane

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