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Death Certificate

(6 Posts)
MissMess Wed 13-Aug-14 11:37:57

Hello!

I am not English, and have not lived in England for many years now.
But my late boyfriend was form England. And due to bureaucracy in my country they keep on loosing a lot of documents - including my dear boyfriends death certificate.

I need the death certificate because we managed to have a child just before he died, and they need it in order for my child to get the child pension the child is entitled to.

Not really our fault that it is lost, but the quickest way is to get them a new one myself I record.

The only problem is that I don't know where, or to whom, or what institution in England I can request a death certificate. It has been many years since we lived the now.

So I wonder if anyone here on Mumsnet are able to say what institution or organ where I can ask for this?

I would be very grateful if anyone could!

Apologize for all gramatical mistakes and typos- my English has gone a bit rusty.

Poledra Wed 13-Aug-14 11:42:13
morethanpotatoprints Wed 13-Aug-14 11:45:17

Hello OP

You can do this online I think.
You need the GPO or is it GRO, I'm sure its the first one.
If you look on www. gov.uk there will be a section that tells you what to do and how to apply.
A replacement certificate will cost you about £10.
Failing this contact your local Register office, the one you registered the birth of your child in England, they will give you the address.
I am so sorry for your loss.

MissMess Wed 13-Aug-14 11:47:44

Thank you very much, both of you.
It looks like just what I need!

mummytime Wed 13-Aug-14 12:18:44

Use this site to order the certificate Other sites may charge you unnecessary fees. If you are not sure of all the details, do the best you can and they will even search for free.

specialsubject Wed 13-Aug-14 14:53:36

it is indeed the GRO via the links given here AND NO OTHERS. Cost is £9.25 and they accept applications from abroad.

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