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Burial Certificates & an Uncertified copy of a Death Register Entry

These certificates may have been reduced in size to fit on the page and are not in scale with each other.


A "normal" pre-civil registration burial certificate 1802.

I.E. A certified copy of an entry from a burial register

 

Printed Certificate of Burial 1828 produced in 1832

 

Printed Certificate of Burial 1865

 

A stamped hand-drawn burial certificate of an 1879 burial produced in 1881

212mm x 185mm

 

A Burial Certificate 1833

250mm x 201mm

Burial Plot Certificate

336mm x 210mm

 

Here is an example of the "new uncertified" copies of a death register entry.
As can be seen the image is made up of two parts cut and pasted together rather than a full page containing redactions. This provides in some ways a neater and certainly smaller image.
Note also the margins are trimmed to the columns, this would prevent any mariginal notes being excluded from the image.

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