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astwood

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I have found my ggg grandfathers death on freeBMD
Thomas Joyce september 1847 would the certificate
give me his parish of birth at that time he was born
in ireland galway according to the family
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Dear Astwood
I have just looked up what is on an Irish death certificate and according to this person it does not include the place of birth. I remember that it does include it on the English death certificate. Perhaps one of our Irish friends can help us here
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astwood

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Dear Astwood
I have just looked up what is on an Irish death certificate and according to this person it does not include the place of birth. I remember that it does include it on the English death certificate. Perhaps one of our Irish friends can help us here
nainmaddie
sorry i should have said he died in birmingham but you gave me my
answer anyway thanks
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Lincoln Lad

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Astwood, take a look here at Barbara Dixons site for information on Certificate contents.

I am trying to remember the date that place of birth was included, but it would not have been in 1847.

Just found this-- From 1969, the deceased's address, place and date of birth and the maiden name if a married or widowed woman
 
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astwood

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Astwood, take a look here at Barbara Dixons site for information on Certificate contents.

I am trying to remember the date that place of birth was included, but it would not have been in 1847.

Just found this-- From 1969, the deceased's address, place and date of birth and the maiden name if a married or widowed woman
Thanks mate so it seems getting the death cert wont give me his
birth parish
astwood
 

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