Civil records of birth marriage and death
All of these records are completely name searchable. For vital records before , we have the Parish Registers, where you can find UK parish baptism, marriage and burial records.
Births, marriages and deaths are key events that mark the milestones of our lives and are the foundation of family history research. Civil Registration records, usually kept by a civic authority, Parish Registers, or church authorities, give you a more complete picture of your ancestor, help you distinguish between two people with the same name, and help you find links to new generations.
Civil registration was introduced in the UK in For vital record information before the nineteenth century, parish records primarily baptisms, marriages and burials are the best source. They can go as far back as Forster's baptism record in the London, England, Births and Baptisms, Forster's baptism record in the London, England, Births and Baptisms, When a birth, marriage or death is registered, a certificate is filled out and the information is kept on file and added to the summary register, or Index, of all the events.
As in books, the Indexes won't tell you everything, but will give you key information, such as names, dates specifically quarters and places the district the event occurred. They also give you all the references you need to discover more - in this case, order a certificate.follow link
Research your family history using the General Register Office
Once you have found your ancestor's record, make sure you collect all the information about them by ordering a Birth, Marriage or Death certificate BMD certificate. Our certificate ordering service is fast, easy and convenient to use. Once you have found the record you need on Ancestry.
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