Ontario Death Registration: Display

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This field contains the identification of the original bound volume containing the marriage registrations or certificates.
This field contains the page number containing the original marriage registrations or certificate.
Where there are more than one marriage registration on the page this field contains the ordinal position of the specific registration on the page.

This is a selection list for identifying the county within which the death was registered.

The Township field is used to identify the city, town, or township where the death was registered. For some counties this is a selection list of all municipalities within the county. However such a list has not been accumulated for all counties, and for those counties where it has not, this is a text input field.

The Given Names of the deceased.

The Surname of the deceased.

Sex of the deceased.

Marital status of the deceased.

Date of death. It is suggested that dates be entered consistently as day, abbreviation of name of month, and year.

Place of death.

This selection list offers a list of individuals in the family tree database who may correspond to this death registration. Selecting an entry in this list will cause a citation to this registration to be added to that individual.

Age at death. This is specified as a number of years, months, weeks, days, or hours, or a combination of these. A number is an integer, optionally followed by a '½', which may be entered as '1/2', with no intervening space. The interpretation of each number is specified by the first letter of the unit of time. Subsequent letters are ignored to permit making the age more readable, for example '7days' is interpreted the same as '7d'. If a number is not followed by a letter then it is interpreted as a number of years.

Occupation of deceased.

Birth place of deceased.

Birth date of deceased. It is suggested that dates be entered consistently as day, abbreviation of name of month, and year. If no birth date is provided by the original, it is recommended that an approximate birth date be calculated using the age and date of death, and enclosed in square brackets to mark it as an editorial comment.

Length of time the deceased lived at the place of death.

Length of time the deceased lived in Ontario.

Length of time the deceased lived in Canada.

Cause of death.

Duration of cause of death.

Attending Physician's name.

Attending Physician's address.

Informant's name.

Informant's relation to deceased.

Informant's relation to deceased if not one of the values available in the selection list.

Informant's occupation if specified.

Informant's address if specified.

Religious affiliation of the deceased.

Name of father of deceased.

Birth place of father of deceased.

Name of mother of deceased.

Birth place of mother of deceased.

For married women, the name of her husband.

Place of burial.

Date of burial. It is suggested that dates be entered consistently as day, abbreviation of name of month, and year.

Name of undertaker/mortician.

Address of undertaker/mortician.

Date of registration with municipality. It is suggested that dates be entered consistently as day, abbreviation of name of month, and year.

Name of municipal registrar/clerk.

Remarks by the municipal registrar/clerk. Any comments by the transcriber may be entered here if enclosed in square brackets.

The year the death was registered.
The registration number within the year of this death registration.
This field displays the combination of the year of registration and the identification number within the year of this death registration.
The microfilm reel number within MS 929 which is used to borrow a copy of the microfilm containing the image of the original death registration from the Ontario Archives.
Clicking on this button commits the changes you have made to the database.
Clicking on this button resets the values of some fields to their defaults.
This field contains the location of the image of the associated original document. This can be an absolute URL, starting with "http:" or a URL relative to the /Ontario/Images folder.
Click on this button to see the original image of the registration.
Click on this button to see the registration with the next higher registration number.
Click on this button to see the registration with the next lower registration number.
Click on this button to issue a new query of the database.