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|Peter||Report||17 Oct 2012 09:14|
I note that BMD records currently available on the internet stop at 2005, is there a restriction on the passage of time before information is made public? if so any suggestions on how I can find events after 2005?
|Jonesey||Report||17 Oct 2012 09:23|
Scottish BMD information is available at www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk (A pay to view site.