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What information will I need to give the registrar about the deceased?

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What information will I need to give the registrar about the deceased?
Answer:

You will need to give the following information to the registrar:

  • The date and place of death
  • Their full name and any other names they are known by, or have been known by, including their maiden name
  • Their date and place of birth
  • Their last occupation
  • If the deceased is married, widowed or has a formal civil partnership, the full name and occupation of their spouse or civil partner
  • The date of birth of a surviving spouse or civil partner
  • Details of any public sector pension, e.g. civil service, teacher or armed forces.

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