Have you ever ordered a Birth, Marriage or Death Certificate or any other document that turned out to be the wrong one? Or perhaps you have found old documents at boot sales, online auctions or charity shops etc.? Someone somewhere will be really grateful if you pass it on. To display your unwanted certificates/documents here (they do not need to be from Wiltshire), or to contact an owner either contact them direct via the link on their profile or contact our Administrator, Teresa Lewis.
Please make sure that you advise the administrator if these items are no longer available. Thank you
Please note that any item should not be offered for sale for more than the original cost of the item. Postage and Packaging should be kept at a reasonable cost.
Wiltshire - Within Living Memory
Produced by the Wiltshire Federation of Women's Institutes - Please Contact the Administrator (Teresa Lewis) for further details and postage costs
Mary Ann - Death Certificate - 1899 - Upper Holloway, London
Mary Ann died 28th November 1899 in Great Northern Central Hospital aged 55 years. She was the widow of Alfred Hewston of Canonbury Road, Islington, London. She is listed as Hewstone in 1891 census. For further information please contact Registered User - pewsey2000 (Wendy Lawrence)
James Morris - Death Certificate - Aged 17 son of James Morris a carpenter died of rheumatic fever on 30th July 1844 at Berwick St James. His mother Elizabeth Morris, who was present, registered the death on 31st. For further information please contact Registered User - pewsey2000 (Wendy Lawrence)
Ellen - Birth Certificate - 1890 - Bolton, Lancashire
Ellen - Death Certificate 1891 - Bolton Lancashire
Ellen was born on 26th March 1890 at Clifford Street, Little Bolton. She died on the 25th April 1891 aged 12 months and is buried in Heaton Cemetery. She was the daughter of Elizabeth Taylor and the father not named. Grandparents appear to be Ralph and Ellen Taylor. - For further information please contact Registered User - pewsey2000 (Wendy Lawrence)
I have a conveyance of a piece of freehold land forming part of the Heron Court Estate in the parish of Holdenhurst in the County of Southampton. dated 15th March 1916. Mr. Herbert Rigler - selling to Mr. William H. Ridout. For further information contact Jean Barnwell
The OPC Project has a holding of several hundred postcards - some of which have details possibly of valuable to a family history researcher. We would be delighted to re-unite some of these cards to their families. To view the list of cards with information available please follow the link. If you think an item fit is with your research please contact Teresa Lewis, Administrator for further information. Please note that some of the cards are the property of individual OPC's and may not be available for re-uniting.