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free info from death certificates purchased by us with extra entries listed here.

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Add Spare Death Certificates Here 14 Replies

Why not?  Start with the Surname, please in CAP'S then place, then just transcribe it.  Would be helpful I spent 2 weeks looking for a guy, who's name was spelled a million different ways, it would…Continue

Started by Jo Kotylak. Last reply by Jo Kotylak Jan 27, 2010.

Death Certificate Collectors 2 Replies

I am a collector of death certificates for the cemeteries that I record and photograph. Mostly in the Gold Fields around Ararat Victoria. Many of the older certificates have multiple entries.Anyone…Continue

Started by Anja van Steel. Last reply by CRISTY SHEEHAN Nov 27, 2009.

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Comment by Brenda Lee on October 11, 2009 at 1:24am
Is it o.k. to post my obituaries on this site. I can't find anywhere where it says I can. can anyone clarify this for me? If it is o.k. I will post some.
Comment by Brenda Lee on October 11, 2009 at 1:20am
I think it is a great idea. I am missing a lot of death certificates or obituaries from newspapers in my family line. Like my g. grandmother and g. g. grandmother. I have from them back and from grandmother forward but not those two. I would be excited if I looked on here and found both of them. I'm search for Mary J. Mozingo Crubaugh and her daughter Lucy Crubaugh Gardner. Anyone interested, I will give you extra info. Happy someone posted this site.
Comment by Diane Butcher Clemmons on October 10, 2009 at 9:07pm
if we all add death certificates in our possession how will we ever keep track of them? there will be thousands
Comment by Jo Kotylak on September 18, 2009 at 5:18pm
Allott, Thomas died 30 Jul 1902, Ovens District hospital, Church Streeet, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia. Occupation Miner. Age at Death 48 years. Cause of Death Typhoid Fever and Pneumonia over a period of 14 days. Dr David Skinner, last saw the deceased 29 Jul 1902. Father Thomas Allott Sr, Miner and mother Amelia Allott formerly Wood. Buried 31 Jul 1902 at Beechworth Cemetery, undertaker David Wilson. The Reverend R H Potter, Church of England attended. Thomas was born in England 44 years previously. Thomas married Jane Oats at Hurdle Flat Victoria 30 years previously. Children from the marriage May 17 years, Nicholas 15 years, Adela 13 years, William 11 years, Bertha 9 years, Cecil 6 years, Ruby 22 years
Comment by Jo Kotylak on September 18, 2009 at 5:09pm
McPherson, Sarah nee Cairns died 28 Jul 1902 Ovens District Hospital, Church Street, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia. Sarah Aged 75. Cause of Death Shock Due to burns, the result of an inquest held by Joseph Rowan Coroner on 28 Jul 1902. Father Francis Cairns Hotel Keeper, mother Mary Cairns maiden name not known. Minister at Burial Rev J R Anderson, Presbyterian. Sarah was born in Scotland, had been 50 years in Victoria. Sarah married James McPherson in Mt Vernon, Canada West, when not known. Children from the marriage Mary 50 years old, Elspeth Deceased, Elizabeth 35 years and Margaret 32 years.
 

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