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Thank you but I knew this. I hoped an expert would have access to records, but I was wrong.
I will go now, thanks again.
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Birth records are not made available to the public in England. Of course, medical records aren't either since that would violate the privacy of the person involved. You may order a copy of your birth certificate from the British General Register Office at this link:
It may or may not have a time of birth. Some certificates contain them and others don't.
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Ok but it is quite a costly service for information I knew already. I have ordered and received a copy of my birth certificate, but that did not give the time. Would there be any point in contacting, Skipton general the hospital I
was born in? I am now 64.
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You would need to contact the hospital in person or through your attorney. However, most hospitals do not keep records forever, so I doubt the hospital would have a record 64 years later. In some countries, records are kept only 7 years for adults, then they are destroyed to protect the privacy of the patients.
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