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Civil registration documents provide valuable clues for genealogical researchers. This session describes what we might learn from them, a summary of the major databases, and limitations. The session refers to these links:
British Columbia Archives
Includes deaths to 1989, marriages to 1934, and births to 1903
Ross Bay cemetery index
From the City of Victoria archives
B.C. Archives textual records
Search for probate records -- some (not all) are in an index on the website.
Saskatchewan vital statistics search page
A database of births from more than 100 years ago, and deaths up to 1917, provided by the provincial department responsible for registrations
Manitoba vital statistics search page
Database of births from more than 100 years ago, marriages from more than 80 years ago, and deaths from more than 70 years ago, as well as information about obtaining registration information.
Including Ontario births, marriages and deaths
Ontario marriage registrations
From 1800 to 1925. A volunteer transcription project.
Ontario marriages to 1834
A volunteer transcription project.
Vital Statistics Search -- Provincial Archives of New Brunswick
Includes births to 1914, marriages to 1959, and deaths to 1960.
Alberta Family Histories Society Registry of Projects
A good way to find indexing projects.
Missouri death certificates 1910-1958
Interesting example of what is possible.
Free BMD -- England and Wales
Volunteer index of births, deaths and marriages.
General Register Office
Get certificates from England and Wales. (It takes about 10 days.)
Pay site, with records from 1513 to 2006.
Updated February 23, 2012
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