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ADM Abbreviation[edit source]

In front of some of the death registration numbers, there is an abbreviation ADM.  Does anyone know what that means? — Preceding unsigned comment added by StarkeyPD (talk | contribs) 02:40, 11 June 2012 

It might stand for Administration, but Collection Ops is double-checking. HoranDM 23:46, 23 July 2012 (UTC)

Looks like the Death Registers are coded D.R. followed by the volume number/page number.  Those that are labeled ADM (which probably stands for Administration) appear to be separate from the death registers and contain Wills and Living Trust records.  This conclusion was a result of perusing the Death Register Indexes and reading the film notes associated with these records in the Family History Catalog. Kehoemw 18:17, 28 November 2012 (UTC)

Known Issues[edit source]

1. What is the "Master's Miscellaneous Estates" record referred to in the collection:"Zimbabwe, Death Registers...Death Register, 1892-1977 Death registers 1949-1952", Volume 87, pgs 205, 148, 118, 70 and 7  ?

2. Does the source "Master's Miscellaneous Estates" contain actual death certificates/records that correspond with the lists of persons found with the collection pages 205, 148, 118, 70 and 7  ?

3. How can the source "Master's Miscellaneous Estates" be accessed for viewing and research?

The following pages in Volume 87 refer to the "Master's Miscellaneous Estates" as a source:

Page 205 (Image 240)URL,163216201

Page 148 (Image 182) URL,163216201

Page 118 (Image 152) URL,163216201

Page 70 (Image 101) URL,163216201

Page 7 (Image 37) URL,163216201

ANSWER: The only information we have at this time in reply to your questions is to refer you to what is written in the WIKI and the WIKI Known Issues.,_Death_Records_(FamilySearch_Historical_Records),_Death_Records_(FamilySearch_Historical_Records)/Known_Issues Tomwilde 17:50, 6 July 2014 (UTC)