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It comes following claims made by 33-year-old Esther Baker who broke her silence a year ago.
"I feel better, it has been slightly chaotic but my general life is better it is all out in the open now," Ms Baker added.You can find out more about Cannock Chase Council’s “Love is not Abuse” campaign by visiting where you can also sign the dating abuse pledge and promise to have healthy, safe relationships that are free from violence and fear.Our aim is to eventually cover all births which took place in Staffordshire between 18 and beyond.This campaign aims to address this by raising awareness of what dating abuse is; encouraging victims to report their abuse and highlighting local support agencies.It provides young people with the opportunity to discuss issues with their friends and gain a better understandiong of healthy relationships.These records are now held at many separate register offices: The Registration Districts in Staffordshire have changed considerably since 1837, and very few records are now held at the offices where they were initially registered.
For the purposes of registering births, Staffordshire was divided into dozens of Registrar's Sub-Districts.
Ms Baker said: "Staffordshire Police have been very good to me. "It has passed the test to go to the CPS which are just getting involved now.
I'm reassured it has gone to them because it was obviously a big hurdle.
If the child's parents were unmarried, and both are named on the certificate, then the child should be indexed under both surnames.
Some children had not been given forenames by the time of registration, and are simply recorded as 'Male' or 'Female'. Remember that the year relates to when the child was registered, and that a child born in December 1849 may not have been registered until January or February 1850, for example.
As part of this, local schools have been provided with a campaign pack consisting of posters, helpcards, wristbands and resource packs.