1939 Identity Card Register to be digitised

By: Family Heritage Search  02/04/2014
Keywords: Family History Research, Identity Card, Family Historian

It has been announced that D C Thomson Family History, owners of FindMyPast are to digitise the 1939 Identity Card Register in conjunction with the National Archives. The 1939 register was taken on 29 September 1939 by the British Government and recorded personal details of individuals in order to issue identity cards and ration books. It later formed the basis of the National Health Service’s records. http://www.familyheritagesearch.co.uk/2014/03/1939-id-register/

Keywords: Family Historian, Family History Research, Identity Card

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