Death Indexes

Death registrations from 1870-1967 are available at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

Vital statistic indexes are yearly summaries of vital events that contain basic information such as name, location, year, and registration number. The indexes are used to locate registrations.

Fill out and submit the Vital Statistics Request Form when you have located the registration number.

Death indexes for 1877-1950 are organized alphabetically by surname and then by year. Each letter is then further subdivided according to the first vowel instance in the surname.

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These indexes are organized chronologically by year and then alphabetically by surname.

These indexes have optical character recognition (OCR), which means that they are keyword searchable.

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Indigenous death indexes are organized alphabetically by surname and then by year. Each letter is then further subdivided according to the first vowel instance in the surname.

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Overseas death indexes are organized alphabetically by surname and then by year. Each letter is then further subdivided according to the first vowel instance in the surname.

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