7 Commonly Used England Death Records – FamilySearch November 7, 2019

I saw this last night on FamilySearch – 7 Commonly Used England Death Records: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/england-death-records/.

Learning about an ancestor’s death can be key to learning about the person’s life. Records about death can help confirm someone’s identity and the identities of relatives. Some records may give you clues about a person’s circumstances or reveal stories about him or her.

At the recent BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference, British research expert Raymon Naisbitt outlined seven types of England death records. It’s worth looking into several of them for each ancestor, since they may reveal different details about your family history.

Newspaper Obituaries and Family Notices

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Civil Death Registrations

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Parish Burial Records

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Monumental Inscriptions

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Civil Cemetery Registers

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Estate or Death Duty Records

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Probate Records

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