Publicly available UK death records can now be resourced on the website PublicRecordSearch.co.uk, also known as PRS . This online UK resource has just released a new and revamped death record research tool as well as an interactive blog where users can ask questions and get answers. Anyone with an internet connection and a computer or laptop can access these free resources on the fly. PRS also gives people access to other premium resources for a small fee.
Until recently, there were only a few ways to obtain information about UK death records, most of which were via legacy UK government websites that made it time consuming to research public records. Now, there is another option, people do not necessarily need to access death record information from just one resource. PRS has innovated an online compendium of information that anyone can access. Some of this websites services include public record search tools, helpful articles about how to research information available in the UK, and a blog with a question and answer forum that covers everything from death and birth records to marriage and immigration records. “We pride ourselves in helping people find the public records they're looking for with our easy to use blog and information resources,” stated by a chief officer at PRS.
If someone wants to research a death record by name in the UK, a good place to start is PRS. If PRS cannot help someone directly with what that person is looking for, the website offers excellent assistance on their blog to help direct people to the correct UK agency to find what they're looking for.