Nl day obituaries
Little Bay man sentenced to house arrest for assaulting his mother. Passed peacefully at Chancellor Park, surrounded by her loving family, while listening to her favorite church hymns. Audrey was born in Gaultois on September 2, She was a storyteller and the family historian. Audrey loved to play church hymns and cards with her friends, and she was well known for her baking and gardening.
She was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother. Special thank you to the Chancellor Park staff on 2nd floor East Wing. Funeral service will be held from the Carnell Memorial Chapel, Freshwater Road on Thursday, April 5th, at 2 pm, with cremation and interment to follow at a later date. To send a message of condolences, or to sign the memorial guest book, please visit www. Rita Butler nee Prendergast. Another thing to bear in mind if you need a copy of a death certificate is that you can freely get one as long as you are over the age of Unlike in many other states, you don't need to prove blood relationship, though you have to mention if there is one on the application form, along with the reason you are requesting the record.
The copy you will get will include the cause of death, but it will not include the social security number of the decedent. Copies with social security numbers are only granted to a limited number of eligible parties; these include the surviving spouse, next of kin, funeral directors, and government agencies.
If you don't have the information necessary to make a successful request for a death certificate, then you may want to seek the assistance of library staff. Document searches are just part of the job for librarians and they have been specifically trained to conduct them. If you lack such training and don't have much of a background in research, this would be your best choice.
The Connecticut State Library , for one, holds all vital records issued prior to , so if the information you are looking for is older, the CPL should be your first stop.
The library also has a collection of census data , Civil War service records, and vital records, comprising information not just from the Vital Statistics Office, but also from church registers, newspapers, and probates.
There are also vital records that have been derived from private writings, dating back centuries. While some of this information is available online in the form of detailed indexes, most is in paper form only and can only be viewed on site.
Smaller libraries could also be helpful, as they keep collections of back issues of local newspapers, and it is local newspapers that are more likely to carry an obituary that would not appear in large-circulation editions. Some local libraries offer a searchable obituary index containing data from several local newspapers.
The Ferguson library in Stamford, for instance, has a search tool for obituaries published in one of seven local papers, with the total time period that they cover spanning from to present day.
Another local library, in New London, boasts the full record of the New London Day paper, so if you are looking for an obituary likely to have appeared in it, this is the place to go. In some ways, therefore, local libraries can be even more useful for the obituary searcher than more central or statewide ones. But libraries don't have all of their collections online and if you are pressed with time, heading to the net instead might be your best bet.
There are many databases and most of them, unfortunately, don't really contain much information. Even so, there are a few that might prove helpful. These include GenealogyBuff, where you can either make a name-based search, or browse obituary collections from the state of Connecticut. Another extensive collection of obituaries is available at Obituary Central. Again, there is a direct search option along with a county-based collection of obituaries.