Tees Valley Indexes of Births, Deaths & Marriages

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Redcar & Cleveland


Middlesbrough Register Office
From Monday 11th May 2020 – The application service for the issuing of historical Birth, Death, Marriage & Civil Partnership certificates will be available online  - Applications will only be available between the hours of 09.00am to 2.00pm. This is a postal service only & may take up to 15 days to process your application.

Redcar & Cleveland Register Office
From Monday 18th Jan 2021 – The application service for the issuing of historical Birth, Death, Marriage and Civil Partnership certificates will resume.  This will be a postal service only & may take up to 15 days for your application to be processed.
Please use the search facility to locate the record you require or alternatively contact us on (01642) 444440 or email registrars@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Please check back on this website as we will update as soon as this changes.

This website contains index records, which started in 1837, for birth death and marriage entries only in the following Tees Valley Register Offices:

  • Middlesbrough
  • Redcar & Cleveland

These register offices have worked in partnership to provide this information on this site.

Information for Darlington, Stockton & Hartlepool can be found on their own websites.

The index provides only a name and the year of the event. Other information cannot be shown and the onus is on you to provide sufficient additional information to identify the required entry. The owning office name is identified next to each entry and by clicking on this you are either able to download an application form for a certificate or access an on-line ordering service. You can also send an enquiry by e-mail with additional information to verify this is the correct entry before you purchase a certificate. Alternatively you can telephone the register office with your enquiry and order a certificate by telephone with a credit/debit card.

These indexes are not complete. The register offices rely on volunteer staff to transfer information from paper records onto the computer, which is a slow process. Generally all marriages have been transferred, but there will be gaps for birth and death entries. If you cannot find an entry it does not necessarily mean it does not exist. The register office will be able to search their paper records for you if you enquire.

If your ancestors are not from the Tees Valley area, there are many other web sites available to help with your search. Some are free to use, whilst others may need a subscription fee.

Also available in the Tees Valley area is the Teesside Archives, who may be able to help with your search prior to 1837 when registration began. They hold documents, records and photographs from a variety of private and public sources including census records, church records and cemetery registers.

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