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Where to find the General Registrar indexes of Birth, Marriage and Deaths
You can view General Registrar indexes either in person at county record offices, some larger libraries and the local Latterday Saints History centres. You can also access GRO Indexes on line through several specialist organisations.
Birmingham Archives and Heritage Service
Birmingham B3 3HQ
To View the General Registrar Indexes on line
A volunteer based project. Free to use searchable database of civil registration indexes for England and Wales. Although coverage is incomplete at present, the site is continually being updated with new information. To check if the year you want to search has been indexed and is available to search there are graphs available from the home page denoting the completed years of Birth, Marriages and Deaths.
This is a subscription site, but 14 day free trial is available. Some libraries and county record offices in UK also give free access for library card holders to the Ancestry Library Edition.
Other subscription or pay as you go websites
|Beginners Guides: Locating General Registrar Indexes||Alice||08.15.2010|