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From: "Geoffrey Leake" <>
Subject: Re: - The Source
Date: Tue, 30 Mar 2004 18:45:04 +0100
References: <06b701c41638$a3619ec0$8c8a6c51@PAM1>

A couple of weeks ago, I checked the GRO indexes for 1996 to 2002 at the
Family Records Centre in London, after a friend in Canada found the names of
two of her recently deceased relatives on ,
together with two unknowns with the same surname (an uncommon name).

It seemed clear that the names had been culled from the Death Indexes at the
FRC. These recent indexes give the full name, birth date, registration
district, full reference (for certificates) and month of registration. All
the GRO entries for that surname were included on "webfamily", listing just
the full names with years of birth and death.

I've just checked the names of two of my cousins who died in 2000 - they're
there. Is it possible for such a comprehensive list of new data to have
been obtained other than by downloading from the original computer files?

Geoffrey Leake.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pamela" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 10:23 AM

> Hiya All,
> After years of searching for one of the names in my family (famous
Sunderland footballer Arthur Hudgell) I have now found him on
> but I cant see anyway of joining. I have
filled in the feedback form but still no joy, has anyone heard of this site
or in fact been able to join?
> Pam

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