Irish Death Certificate
The Irish death certificate is an official document containing registered information about a person's death. Date range is 1864 to 18 months before the current date. Certificates can be used for purposes such as: will administration, applying for a widow's pension; applying for welfare benefits. Your request for a certificate will usually be issued within eight (8) working days (plus time for postage) from confirmation of a correct and completed application.
It is important the information you provide with your certificate request is as accurate as possible. It may be an idea to ask other family members for information before making your request. We search the registry index to get the full reference for you. Searches are of reasonable duration only. Delays rarely occur but are beyond our control . A partial credit refund in voucher form of Au$10 or approx. equivalent is available if the search is not successful and no viable certificate is supplied to you.
What's on Irish Death Certificates
An Irish death certificate includes the following information:date of death, place of death- address, name & sex of deceased, age which may be an estimate for older people, occupation, for men & single women, name of spouse for married women, cause of death, nature & duration of illnesses, date when registered, name & address of informant, corrections or additional details.
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