Deceased Online has put some prices up, and added new data for Bedford, Manchester and London.
Deceased Online says: “For over four years, we have kept document viewing prices fixed at a low rate. Unfortunately, due to increased costs, we can’t hold off price increases any longer.
“The increases apply to register page scans and computerised register records only; all other prices will remain unchanged. The minimum purchase has been raised in line with this.
“The good news is that we are doubling the discounts on quantity credit purchases, and more special offers will be available in due course.
“The price increases will help us to add more records sooner, which we are sure you will applaud, and to develop the website to incorporate some of our users’ excellent ideas.
“Searching names on the database is still free. The price changes will come into effect at 12:00 GMT (13:00 BST) on April 22nd.
More new data
“14,500 burial records with register scans for the historic St Paul’s Church, Bedford dating from 1567 to 1855 have just been added. There are now over 12 million data items on Deceased Online from Aberdeen in North Scotland to South Devon.
Coming soon in April and May
- All records for a major council in Greater Manchester.
- One of the UK’s most celebrated Victorian Garden Cemeteries – the first of the renowned ‘Magnificent Seven’ cemeteries to have all records digitized and placed online.”