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Edith Kate Smith

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Yvonne

Yvonne Report 20 Jan 2013 18:35

Thank you for your advice.

patchem

patchem Report 19 Jan 2013 16:59

You could try the ones below, or other sites that specialise in exchanges.

'BMD Certificate Exchange Site - The place to list all your unwanted Birth, Marriage or Death Certificates, Will Transcriptions,' etc.

or

http://www.certificate-exchange.co.uk/

Yvonne

Yvonne Report 19 Jan 2013 16:41

I thought this lady might be my great grandmother and I ordered her death certificate from the GRO. She died 9/12/1918 aged 37 in Brislington, Bristol. The death was registered at Keynsham, Bristol. I was actually looking for Edith Annie Smith and ordered the certificate in error because the registry entry looked like Edith A when it was actually Edith K. The death was registered byGeorge R Smith, her widower.
Would anyone like the certificate?
Yvonne Frances