General Register Office (GRONI) BMD Records

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General Register Office (GRONI) BMD Records

#1 Post by silveryfox » Thu Apr 03, 2014 6:26 am

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These are now searchable online - for instructions see http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/family-history and for the search page see https://geni.nidirect.gov.uk/. Note that you will need to register a login account and purchase credits in order to see full records (each credit costs £0.40). You can use credits to provide more detail to the bare record (1 credit), to see the full record onscreen (5 credits), or you can order a hard copy certficate (via this search interface a full marriage certificate costs £8.00, £7.00 cheaper than the £15.00 quoted when ordering on the GRONI main website).

Births - from 1864 - able to search on births more than 100 years old.
Marriages - from 1845 onwards depending on denomination - able to search on marriages more than 75 years old.
Deaths - from 1864 - able to search on deaths more than 50 years ago.
World War II Deaths - able to search on these 1939-1954.

The year range on searches can only be up to five years, e.g. 1845-1849.

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Re: General Register Office (GRONI) BMD Records

#2 Post by Padraigin » Thu Apr 03, 2014 8:05 pm

Thank you Jim

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Re: General Register Office (GRONI) BMD Records

#3 Post by silveryfox » Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:05 pm

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An enhanced online search service will be available using GRO (Dublin) content and will be available free from 3rd July, 2014 - see http://irish-genealogy-news.blogspot.ca ... aunch.html for further details.

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