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Newport City Council is following and implementing best practice regarding coronavirus as advised by the government and Public Health Wales. The first step in researching your family history is to speak to your relatives, putting together names, ages, addresses and occupations to prepare a preliminary family tree.
This should help sort out dates when people were born, married or died. Some families kept records in family bibles or others may have certificates or newspaper cuttings. Registers are kept in the Register Office for each area, visit Gov. If you are unsure of an exact date Newport Register Office will search one year either side of a given date free of charge.
If the event took place within Newport district you can apply for certificates by post, in person or registrar newport.
Read about search and certificate fees. If you don't know where the event took place try the General Register Office GRO which holds birth, adoption, marriage, civil partnership and death records, some dating back to Explore family history resources at Newport Libraries to ask about family history research resources. Gwent Archives may also have records of interest. The latest published census reports are for and are available on the Census website.
Find My Past : birth, marriage and death indexes from Free BMD : a volunteer project, indexes start from The Lincoln Archives. The Family History UK website : links to other sites plus information. The main sources of information before civil registration in are parish registers and records of other faiths, try these links:.
The Family Records website. The Society of Genealogists.
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