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From: "John Fairlie" <>
Subject: RE: Stillbirths
Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 19:47:52 +0100
In-Reply-To: <00c801c0d44a$9d453200$79a30ccb@flex>


My wife works in a Register office! The situation now for stillborn babies
is as follows.

If the baby takes just a single breath (or more) then a birth and a death
registration are completed as per anyone else.

If the baby never got to take a breath, then details are entered into a
Stillborn register. This is separate to the registers for B M and D, and to
her knowledge, is not accessible to the public for looking up.

John Fairlie
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Home page... http://www.fairlie.f9.co.uk


-----Original Message-----
From: Steve [mailto:]
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 4:31 AM
To:
Subject: Stillbirths


Hi all,
This may be an impossible question, but......
What would have happened (or still does today) in the event of a
stillbirth???
1. Registered as birth and/or death?
2. Not registered at all?
I'm guessing that it's hard to be registered as a death if the child was
never actually "born"; any opinions?



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