FamilySearch indexing: Canada, New Brunswick-Deaths, 1815-1938
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- 1 General Information
- 1.1 If you have ancestors in New Brunswick, if you live in New Brunswick, or have some special interest in the history of New Brunswick . . .
- 1.2 Record Description
- 1.3 Keep in mind:
- 1.4 Record History
- 1.5 Why This Record Was Created
- 1.6 Skill Level: Intermediate
- 1.7 Additional Information
- 1.8 Access Restrictions
- 1.9 How to Help With This Project
- 1.10 Project-specific Indexing Instructions
- 1.11 Discuss This Project
If you have ancestors in New Brunswick, if you live in New Brunswick, or have some special interest in the history of New Brunswick . . .
FamilySearch indexing is a great way to make available records that may not have seen the light of day for more than 100 years. You can help!
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The death registrations are recorded on individual, printed forms. They consist of completed statements regarding deaths in New Brunswick submitted to district registrars and registered by the registrar or director of Vital Statistics.
Keep in mind:
- The information in birth records is usually reliable, but depends upon the reliability of the informant.
- Earlier records may not contain as much information as the records created after the late 1800s.
- There is also some variation in the information given from record to record.
New Brunswick is one of the four original provinces of Canada. It entered into the Canadian Confederation on July 1, 1867. Following the passing of the Vital Statistics Act of 1887, registrations of death were collected and kept by the provincial government. In this collection, there are a number of records which date from before the passing of the act. The oldest of these dates is 1815. .
Why This Record Was Created
Registration of deaths began in 1887 in order to keep a written record of the population for use by the government.
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Skill Level: Intermediate
- This project is recommended for volunteers who are familiar with the indexing process and comfortable using various system features. It is also helpful if volunteers understand the various documents that relate to marriages.
- Project-specific indexing instructions: For this project. .
- Basic indexing guidelines: For all projects.
- Field-by-field Help: A list of all field help.
- Project updates: Current information, questions and answers about this project; updated as needed.
- There are no restrictions associated with this collection. The completed index and links to digital images will be freely accessible online to the general public when the collection is published.
How to Help With This Project
- If you have not already done so, you must register as an indexing volunteer. To do this, click here
- After you register, sign in to the indexing computer program, click the Download Batch...button, and select this project name from the list
Project-specific Indexing Instructions
Number of Images per batch
- Batches have 20 images per batch.
Discuss This Project
There are several ways to ask questions or discuss this project. Choose your favorite:
- Click the Discussion link near the top right corner of this page.
- Go to this project's page on FamilySearch forums.
Note: You will need an LDS or FamilySearch account to add to these pages, which is the same as the user name and password used for indexing.