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devadiva | 14:57 Mon 09th Jul 2012 | Genealogy
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I have two death certificates, which when arrived were not the ones I was looking for - free to anyone who wants.

Details Eliza Clarke aged 53 died on 18th April 1897 in James St, Hucknall Cop wife of John Clarke - coal miner.Registration District Basford, Notts

Also William Clarke aged 71 died 27th January 1909 Bank St , Mexbrough. Son John J Clarke in attendance 8 Stanley Terrace, Batley. Registration District Doncaster, Yorks

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you could send them to the local family history society and they would advertise them in their quarterly journal, find the correct branch here:
http://www.ffhs.org.uk/

I know there used to be one in Doncaster because they helped me out once, my great grandfather was born there.

when ordering a certificate you can send any facts/expected content...
21:14 Mon 09th Jul 2012
you could send them to the local family history society and they would advertise them in their quarterly journal, find the correct branch here:
http://www.ffhs.org.uk/

I know there used to be one in Doncaster because they helped me out once, my great grandfather was born there.

when ordering a certificate you can send any facts/expected content as an indicator to the registrars that you have ordered the right certificate, they will usually advise you if the details they find seem to be off track.
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Thank you for your suggestion - very helpful

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