Information about the registration districts and register office addresses can be found on the Registration Districts in England and Wales pages.
The websites with indexes based on the original registers can be seen when you click on the Local BMD button in the menu to the left.
Right, and had one daughter together, Martha, before they separated in 2005.
Ulrika shares one son in 11-year-old Malcolm with third husband Brian.
Opposite-sex couples cannot form a civil partnership in England and Wales.
There are different rules if you want to get married or form a civil partnership: There will be no change to the rights and status of EU citizens currently living in the UK until 30 June 2021, or 31 December 2020 if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Use the Menu on the left to view the various lists of links.
There are two sets of Birth, Marriage and Death indexes in the UK; the original indexes held by the local register offices and a secondary index created by the General Register Office.Many websites have on-line transcribed parish register data and these can be found by selecting a county name from the list in the menu and then clicking on the County button.Census records are the other main source of information for family historians.This site provides 2592 links to websites that offer on-line transcriptions of UK births, marriages, deaths and censuses.
A wide range of other indexes and transcriptions are also available for most counties, these may include parish records, wills, monumental inscriptions etc.The news comes four months after Ulrika split from her third husband back in April, admitting she was in a ‘sexless marriage’ with him.