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Kerry

Kerry Report 7 Dec 2012 22:01

Can anyone tell me how I can get full birth certificates up please? I can only get up where it has loads of people on and the vol number. I see people putting loads of info on like mother, father, ages, who lived in the house but I can't find them. Can anyone help please I would really appreciate it. Thanks Kerry.

Andrew

Andrew Report 7 Dec 2012 22:04

If you care to post the details of the person you are looking for, then people on here may be able to help.


the Volume and page numbers will be a same for a number of people.

The best place to order any BMD cert is from GRO at a cost of £9.25 each. You can't view them on line.

https://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/default.asp

Andy

Kay????

Kay???? Report 7 Dec 2012 22:17

Kerry,

You can't view birth certificates details online,what you get is entry index reference details,,Vol-Page,,,,,these are useful and are quoted should you want to order a certificate online.

What you may have seen is possibly from parish baptism/marriage/death records and or census ?.