Blackpool & Fleetwood and Fylde Civil Registration
The LancashireBMD site has details of some the births, marriages and deaths recorded at Blackpool Register Office, and provides an easy mechanism to order certificates. Lancashire BMD uses the term Old Fylde in relation to civil marriages from 1837 - 30 Sep.1936. All the Old Fylde districts under Blackpool District records became the New Fylde District after that date. This description is only used within the context of civil registration as a means of distinguishing between conflicting code numbers used to compile the index as that is the term used internally within the Register Office.
Blackpool council provide information about the Register Office.
The register office holds details for events in Blackpool & Fylde,
Fleetwood and Fylde
Certificates for Fleetwood and Fylde are now handled by Lancashire county council
The LancashireBMD site has details of some the births, marriages and deaths recorded at the Lancashire Registration District Office, and provides an easy mechanism to order certificates.
Certificates of birth, death and marriage can be obtained from the Superintendent Registrar at the Register Offices:
If ordering from a District Office, please note the following:
(a) the cost of a certificate is currently (April 2003) £7.00 - send a Sterling cheque payable to the Superintendent Registrar plus return postage or two International Reply Coupons.
(b) the reference numbers from the St Catherine's Index are of no value, but the year and quarter may reduce the amount of searching that the office has to perform.
(c) for marriage certificates, the precise place of marriage must be given.
(d) Civil Registration in England and Wales began on July 1st 1837.
Details of the place names in the civil registration districts of Fylde can help in identifying the census returns to consult as they use a common structure.