Hi hun, first thing to do is find out as much information as possible place of death and date if possible. Then it's simple Family Records Centre at Middleton Place London or the local registry office for place they died will be able to send you a copy certificate.DubLass said:Does anyone know where i can find out how someone died?
Im talking from around 1910...
Hi lots of good sites out there.http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/search.pldirtypidj said:How weird, just had my sis in law round with her lodger. Poor girl is only 19, she has had a step dad since she was a baby and her mum won't tell her anything about her real dad other than he was a druggie & alcy ... he died around 9 years ago.
I phoned the local registrar and you can request a copy of the death certificate for £7 but the death is too recent to be able to find out any more info ( on t'internet). I should imagine that if you have some info you should be able to find out quite a bit. Wasn't there a census website set up a few years ago, dating back to 1900 ? I'd like to know more about my italian ancestors, my grandad wasn't italian or born in italy as far as I know, but with a name like ungaretti, someone along the line must've been
anyhoo good luck !