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One of the main goals for genealogists is finding birth, marriage, and death BMD information about their ancestors. These searchable indexes provide specific BMD information, and sometimes scanned images of the actual birth, marriage, and death certificates themselves. Note 1 : Many of the links listed below take you to a FamilySearch Collection of digital images.
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