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Registration District Maps?

ptjw7

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Does anyone know of a map for the Registration districts for England?

I know you can get the information on line but it can take several clicks and then you have to remember the name(getting old!) but it will not show what is near by. I have found several relatives but at first ignored them because I didn't realise the district was next door!

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Genuki gives all the reg districts, and there is a downloadable Index file of all the place names, and districts they fall in. The only problem is, it's 804 pages.:eek:

http://www.ukbmd.org.uk/genuki/places/regindex2-2.pdf

I know your problem, and when I do a search, I write down the name and place I'm looking for. Then I don't forget.:2fun:

My first port of call is an old road atlas place name index, and if that doesn't help, it's google maps.

So, it's back to pen and paper to help me as an old folk.

Never easy, is it.

Steve.:)
 

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