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    For the avoidance of doubt the Scotlandspeople website explains that an extract is an officially certified copy of a statutory register entry or copy of a parish register entry or census page and that extracts of births, marriages and deaths can be used for legal purposes or for formal applications such as passports. My own 'original' birth certificate is merely an extract.

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    In FTF downloadable forms there's a pro forma for statutory births, deaths and marriages for anyone going to the Scottish GRO who then only has to write the information off the screen into the appropriate boxes.

    When I went it also mentioned on the original marriage entry when a marriage had been dissolved and the date.



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    In FTF downloadable forms there's a pro forma for statutory births, deaths and marriages for anyone going to the Scottish GRO who then only has to write the information off the screen into the appropriate boxes.

    When I went it also mentioned on the original marriage entry when a marriage had been dissolved and the date.
    Where do I find the downloadable forms Jbee??
    I've been looking but can't find
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    "Reference and How to Guides"

    Sorry just saw your message.



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    "Reference and How to Guides"

    Sorry just saw your message.
    Thanks JBee
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    On the Scotland's People website it has recently released modern indexes up to 2006 for births and deaths. Marriages have to follow. The actual images are not available online but copy's of Extracts can be ordered online.


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