|In 1834, the "Births and Deaths Act" was passed into law and went into full effect three years later, on July 01, 1837.|
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In 1834, the "Births and Deaths Act" was passed into law and went into full effect three years later, on July 01, 1837. This act made it a legal requirement for everyone to have an official certificate of birth, marriage and death if any of these occurred on English or Welsh soil or to nationals of these countries. The Act was modified slightly in 1967, but only some more details are required today and the format has changed slightly. These certificates are all publicly available documents and can be obtained by anyone. Included on a birth certificate will be the child's name at birth. If they were born after 1967, their surname and sex will also be included. On all birth certificates previous to that date, the full names of both parents (including the mother's maiden name) will be included, as well as the date and time of the birth. The Marriage Certificate is a very detailed document. It will contain the full names of both the bride and groom, their ages, details about their previous marriages, if any, the full names and occupations of their fathers, where the bride and groom lived at the time of marriage, their occupations and other valuable details. Because at the time the Births and Deaths Act was enacted, many people did not have records of their exact birth date, this is one piece of information that may be incorrect, but the rest must be verified and witnessed. In most countries, one must be able to present an official death certificate copy in order to have a cremation or burial take place or to transfer the remains of a relative from one country to another. The death certificate contains the the location and time of death, what the cause of death was, the age of the deceased, their occupation and other necessary information. Genealogists look at these three documents as some of their most important tools for the establishment of a family tree.
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