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Registration

Wherever possible, the person’s next of kin should be the one to attend the registrar’s office, however, failing this a close relative or in some cases the chosen executor can also be acceptable. The death will be registered in the sub-district of the area in which the death occurs and our most local register offices are listed on this page. If you have any doubt or questions about which registrar to visit, feel free to call our office or come in and see us.

 

THE REGISTRAR WILL REQUIRE:

  • Doctor or coroner’s certificate of death
  • Deceased medical card (if available)
  • Details of any pension paid
  • Full name of the deceased
  • Date and place of birth
  • Address of residence
  • Last full-time occupation
  • Where applicable, surviving partner’s date of birth

 

IF THE DECEASED WAS A LADY, THE REGISTRAR WILL ALSO REQUIRE:

  • Her maiden name
  • Full name of husband or civil partner and father
  • Her occupation

 

THE REGISTRAR WILL ISSUE:

  • Green certificate for Funeral Directors (not always issued if the death has been reported to the coroner)
  • White certificate for D.W.P
  • For a small charge, they may also issue certified copies of the death certificate for solicitors, banks etc.

 

REGISTER OFFICES

Wigan & Leigh Register Office
Wigan Life Centre, The Wiend, Wigan, WN1 1NH, 01942 489003

 

St Helens Register Office
Town Hall, Victoria Square, Saint Helens, WA10 1HP, 01744 456789

 

Warrington Register Office
Museum St, Warrington, WA1 1JX, 01925 442762