A death must be registered in the district in which the death occurs; we will advise you of registrar’s address and the time of attendance.
The certificate of death issued by the Doctor should be handed to the registrar together with the deceased’s Medical Card. The registrar will require the following information.

  1. The date and place of Birth and Death.
  2. The full name of the deceased.
  3. The Home address of the deceased.
  4. The marital status of the deceased.
  5. The occupation (if any) of the deceased.
  6. If the deceased is female, her maiden name.
  7. If the deceased is a married female, her husband’s full name and occupation.

The registrar will hand you a Green Certificate, this should be given to your Funeral Director.

Copies of the Entry of Death (known as the Death Certificate) can be obtained from the registrar, they will be required for the following purposes; Insurance policies, Probate, Bank accounts, National Savings Certificates, Premium Bonds, Private Pension Schemes.

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