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Ww1 Casualty

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claybury | 11:04 Mon 08th Apr 2013 | Genealogy
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Found on ancestry a great uncle who was in ww1. He died in a hospital in Edgbaston,B,ham. presumebly by injuries recieved etc but I would like to find out exactly what was the main cause of his death was. Is there anway that I could find this out or any sites I could view to find this out. Many thanks for any help.

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No you will need to send for the death certificate
http://www.gro.gov.uk/gro/content/certificates/
Is the gentleman concerned noted on any other trees on ancestry (or genesreunited)? If so you might find that someone else already has a death certificate ..... this has happened lots of times for me, and I am always quite happy to share certificates I have purchased if it helps someone else - generally most people are happy to ..... might not be as long a shot as you think!! If you don't have genesreunited access, post the name and dates on here and I will look to see if he is in any trees there for you, if you wish.

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