Where can i find a death certificate
In many cemeteries, family members are buried together, so always check records or transcriptions for other family members. Many Family History Groups or Genealogical Societies have cemetery records and photographs relating to their area. An dont forget to check your local library.
Australian Cemeteries online Comprehensive list by individual states, mailing list support, transcriptions and lookups
The Ryerson Index. Contemporary Death Notices and Obituaries in Australian Newspapers
Old Burial Ground Sydney George St (Sydney Town Hall site)
NSW Death Certificates and Records 1788 - 1976
Find out if your ancestor left a will. Never underestimate the value of wills and probate in your family history research genealogy research
The NSW Supreme Court index is available on mircofiche 1788 - 1985, it
will give the place of residence and date of death. The mircofiche is available at many family history groups and some libraries. Always search up to 10 years after the possible death year for an entry.
Also check out the Deceased Estate file at the NSW Archives Office
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