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Birth records can give you a wealth of basic details and extra information about your family members
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If you’re new to family history and about to use the General Register Office indexes, it’s wise to familiarise yourself with the system first.
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Sometimes, birth and death certificates only give the address of where the event occurred, which can make it hard to locate surviving records. However, Hospital Records Database, a joint project between the Wellcome Library and The National Archives, contains almost 3,000 entries searchable by place as well as name.
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