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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:03 pm    Post subject: what is the difference Act and extract? Reply with quote

what is the difference between Birth Act and Birth extract? thanks Smile

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:12 pm    Post subject: Re: what is the difference Act and extract? Reply with quote

Steven,

Just going through your documents on your sites. The birth extract is information a person has extracted off of the original birth act. It usually only contains the persons name and his parents names. Once in a while it may have a notation on it.

The birth act is a copy of the actual birth registration. It will include the persons name, registration date, who reported the birth and (sometimes the father, sometimes a midwife), their age and profession and where they live. It will give the parents full names and ages as well(and sometimes, it will give a grandfathers name and if they are alive at the time the child was born) and the house that they lived in. At the bottom it will list witnesses and it may contain notations of the persons marriage and.or death.

You definitely always want to ask for this act as opposed to the certificate.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:38 pm    Post subject: Re: what is the difference Act and extract? Reply with quote

nuccia wrote:
Steven,

Just going through your documents on your sites. The birth extract is information a person has extracted off of the original birth act. It usually only contains the persons name and his parents names. Once in a while it may have a notation on it.

The birth act is a copy of the actual birth registration. It will include the persons name, registration date, who reported the birth and (sometimes the father, sometimes a midwife), their age and profession and where they live. It will give the parents full names and ages as well(and sometimes, it will give a grandfathers name and if they are alive at the time the child was born) and the house that they lived in. At the bottom it will list witnesses and it may contain notations of the persons marriage and.or death.

You definitely always want to ask for this act as opposed to the certificate.
Evil or Very Mad i thought i was getting the right things grrr looks like i gotta request for ACTS instead now Smile thanks nuccia kiss

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