The amount of information listed varies, but the British Nationals Armed Forces Deaths records usually include the following information about your ancestor:
The armed forces records include the registrations of British armed forces (including serving members who were not British nationals) posted overseas. These records also include some regimental registers and chaplains' returns for army deaths which took place in the British Isles.
When you search the death records, you will be presented with a list of individual names. This means you should be able to tell if your ancestor is in the list just by viewing their name - although we always advise you to double check the original image, especially the volume and page numbers, before you order any certificates.
Please note that it is common for the place of death field to be missing.
These records are fully name indexed which makes finding your ancestors' armed forces marriages so much simpler. Previously you had to search for both spouses separately and match them up yourself as the records were not name- indexed. Now, not only can you perform just one search, we will actually match up your ancestors' marriage records, providing you with one definite marriage match, or a list of possible matches.