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There are a number of ways for you to track down your family history, old friends, or to locate birth and death records. Births Marriages and Deaths Online should know, we have tracked down hundreds of records into build a complete profile of individuals living a century or more ago. However, few sites or programs combine all of this into one extensive database.

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Do you know you are able to 100% legally and fully search online databases, resources and data centres for all UK Births, Deaths, Marriages and Divorce? It has become a reality thanks to new technology and services. You are able to now search millions of official records and resources using public record databases. We at Births Marriages and Deaths Online are here to offer information and advice about how to go about finding and retrieving the records of your ancestors and lost friends.

Here's how to get Births, Deaths, Marriages and Divorce Records and Court Record online and in person from Government and Public records, Wills and Probate, Census, land and surveys, Churches and parish records, Directories and social history resources, Education and Employment records, Institutions and organisations, armed forces archives, Newspapers and Periodicals, Clubs and Societies, Courts and Legal records, and Hospital and Prison Registers.

The General Register Office (a department of Her Majesty's Passport Office) manages all civil registrations in England and Wales. It maintains the United Kingdom archive of all births, marriages and deaths dating back to 1837.

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Baptisms, marriage banns, weddings, and burial records are basic units for each ancestral tree. Online resources will help you to learn more about the most important events in your family's history. Before civil registration, parish registers kept records of many of these events, and can reveal significant and extensive of your forebears lives.

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