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Certified or, uncertified.

p.risboy

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Recieved 2 deaths for husband and wife. Husband is certified, but wife is uncertified. The wife has no cause of death.?

Never had that before. Any ideas why folks.?

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S.Ives. Death.JPG

Steve.:)
 
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I've never seen one that was not certified and did not have a cause of death.

What year, Steve?

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From what I've found, the informant was Mary Cooper, c1791 Stoke Mandeville, A nurse in 1841, and a Widow, on Parish relief in 1851. Living in Hill End,, Ellesborough, Bucks. (Hill End, on hubby's death cert).
So that part makes sense.:)
 

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