It will depend on where your ancestor died, but you can glean a wealth of useful information for your family history.

Some records of death, as well as the date, can contain:

  • Time of death.
  • Cause of death.
  • Place of death.
  • The registrar’s informant and their relationship to the deceased.
  • Occupation of the deceased.
  • Deceased’s wife/husband.
  • Deceased parent and possibly their occupations.
  • Certifying person and their qualifications.
  • Registrar/Assistant Registrar.

It’s  worth the diligence and can help unlock doors, it can give context to the deceased’s life.

A mine of information.

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