They have been digitising their certificate images for a while now and gradually releasing them available for immediate download at the reduced price of $20 (in comparison to $28 for a printed certificate ) They are found in the usual death search.
It is these items that bring our ancestors to life
I have been researching my family since 1986. I have research in Australia,
England and Ireland with some later emigration to the USA.
I am a tech toy addict and enjoy experimenting with them. I have published one booklet ‘Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms” and have a number partially ready. I enjoy being a genealogy speaker and giving presentations and workshops.
I love the "Finding Out" side of things and working out why, which is the reason social history, local history are so important. I am a Molecular Epidemiologist specialising in Public Health Microbiology with a strong interest in infectious diseases and Public Health through the ages.