Death certificate Sentence Examples
The presumption of death is high so obtaining a death certificate would probably be easy.
I can't put both names on a death certificate.
Dean explained Cynthia Byrne's request for as much detail as possible in his report to help her obtain a death certificate.
Dean explained he'd promised Cynthia Byrne a report, detailed beyond the usual, in an effort to help her in obtaining a death certificate.
God, to think I only charged her half-price on her death certificate business just because she was your friend!Advertisement
Laurent, to protect himself from the consequences of the substitution, replaced the wooden figure by a deaf mute, who was presently exchanged for the scrofulous child of the death certificate.
The Dutch authorities who had inscribed on his death certificate the name of Charles Louis de Bourbon, duc de Normandie (Louis XVII.) permitted his son to bear the name de Bourbon, and when the family appealed in 1850-1851, and again in 1874, for the restitution of their civil rights as heirs of Louis XVI.
Ms. Rosewater says the more thorough the investigation into Jeff's drowning, the better the chance to have a judge issue a death certificate.
The " Cause of death " on his death certificate just states " On War Service " .
The death certificate gave the cause of death as English cholera and her age as 27.Advertisement
The " Cause of death " entry on his death certificate just states " On War Service " .
I still persevere to locate a death certificate or some official notice about the sudden disappearance of Mary Jane Dobson.
You may first want to obtain a death certificate from the vital records department of the city, county or state in which the person died.
The Barry County Public Records Index has a searchable death certificate index for Barry County.
You can order the death certificate from the health department using VitalChek.Advertisement
There are three ways to order a death certificate.
A primary source is one that was created at or near the time of the actual event, such as a birth certificate, census record, death certificate or marriage certificate.
You can view the actual image of your ancestor's death certificate or see his name on a census list.
For death records, a death certificate is considered the strongest proof for an individual's demise.
Other sources can be as good, if not better, than a death certificate.Advertisement
A death certificate that lists the cause of death is considered to be confidential, except in certain cases.
You can download a death certificate application online.
To find a death certificate online, you can use a paid genealogy service or do your research through the USGenWeb project.
If your ancestor died after 1954, you will be able to find an official death certificate for that individual.
If your ancestor died after 1954, you can use the lookup service from the Ohio Office of Vital Statistics to find a death certificate for that individual.Advertisement
To further complicate your search, you must know whether or not your ancestor died within New York City if you are looking specifically for a death certificate.
Once you are sure of the surname, New York State has archives in which you can search for a death certificate for genealogical purposes.
If you want to go in person to the Municipal Archives, you can pay a small fee to use the microfiche and search for the death certificate yourself.
If your deceased relative died in Albany, Buffalo, or Yonkers before January 1 of 1914, you will have to write to the appropriate registrar of that city in order to obtain a death certificate.
Yonkers also has an Office for Genealogical Research where you can print a form and request a uncertified copy of your ancestor's death certificate.
Because New York State is more complicated in that vital records are held by several different government offices, you may find that you obtain the most information from other death records besides the death certificate.
In fact, the same person might have his surname written differently on his birth certificate, marriage certificate, and death certificate simply because clerks and other officials tended to spell names based on how they were pronounced.
To search through these databases or look up a death certificate in person or through a volunteer, you'll need to gather as much information as possible about your ancestor.
You can request a copy of the original death certificate.
Generally, the office can get you copies of the death certificate in less than two hours.