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Public Health Funerals, 2012-2019
Mid-Sussex District, Sussex, England

Published: April 19, 2020
Total records: 4

Compiled by: Mid-Sussex District Council
Acquired from: Council website


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The Mid-Sussex District Council, Office of Environmental Health, handles the disposition of bodies that expired within the limits of the Council, and which there are no other living persons willing to assume responsibility. If the decedent had made their final wishes known regarding burial or cremation, the Council will comply. Otherwise, it is up the council to decide between cremation or burial.

Funeral expense are taken out of the decedent's estate. If there are any remaining funds, those funds are transferred to the Treasury Solicitor, and publicized through the Bona Vacantia Division. Browse these records at, "Unclaimed Estates".

Public Health Funeral Records

Mid-Sussex District Council makes their public health funeral records public through its Open Data policy. Currently, they only have records available from 2012 to 2019...

b. = birth date (dd/mm/yyyy)
d. = death date (dd/mm/yyyy)
Addr: decedent's last known residence
fun. = funeral date (dd/mm/yyyy)

COMLEY, Malcolm, b. 15/04/1958, d. 15/01/2019, Addr: 5 Stanford Terrace, Hassocks, BN6 8JF, fun. 27/02/2019, Mar: Single
LEWIS, Oliver, b. 05/08/1967, d. 28/12/2018, Addr: 22 Wynnstay Oak Hall Park Burgess Hill RH15 0TD, fun. 17/04/2019, Mar: Single
RAHN, Roger, b. 18/03/1934, d. 02/01/2019, Addr: Ashton house Nursing Home Brighton and Hove Bolnore Road, RH16 4BX, fun. 07/02/2019, Mar: Single
WILLIAMS, Clifford Eon, b. 25/07/1940, d. 19/10/2012, Addr: 27 The Welkin, Lindfield, fun. 11/11/2019, Mar: Single

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