English Burial or Death Dates

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Starting in 1538, churches kept records of each person buried in their church yards. Public cemeteries were established since the mid-1800s. Read more about [[England_Church_Records|burial records...]]
 
Starting in 1538, churches kept records of each person buried in their church yards. Public cemeteries were established since the mid-1800s. Read more about [[England_Church_Records|burial records...]]
  
==== July 1837-present ====
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==== July 1837-present ====
  
During this time, civil records of deaths were recorded by the government no matter where they were buried. Read more about death records...
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Civil records of deaths were recorded by the government no matter religious affiliation or place of burial. Information regarding the death of a person was given to the local superintendant. He would record it in his register, and forward it to the Registrar General.  Read more about [[England_Civil_Registration|death records...]]

Revision as of 20:42, 18 February 2009

Choose one of the following time periods and follow the link.

1538- June 1837

Starting in 1538, churches kept records of each person buried in their church yards. Public cemeteries were established since the mid-1800s. Read more about burial records...

July 1837-present

Civil records of deaths were recorded by the government no matter religious affiliation or place of burial. Information regarding the death of a person was given to the local superintendant. He would record it in his register, and forward it to the Registrar General.  Read more about death records...