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Re: ARTHUR WILLIAM MOORE
Posted by: Trish (ID *****7878) Date: February 16, 2007 at 23:08:46
In Reply to: ARTHUR WILLIAM MOORE by Jocelyn Baker of 1996

Given that his parents names are on the death index record, it appears the informant of his death knew him well, so a death certificate should contain the information you are searching. Qld death certificates of that time should contain (depending on the knowledge of the informant)
Date and Place of death
name and rank/profession
sex, age, cause of death
duration of illness, medical attendant, last seen
father & occupation
mother
informant, description, residence
Burial details
Where born, time in Colony
Where married, age, husband/wife
Children (name & age if living, usually number only deceased) sometimes ages only - not names

http://www.justice.qld.gov.au/bdm/home.htm - you have to apply by snail mail or fax & provide id






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