The 1939 Register is an important genealogical resource that is now available to family history researchers.
It provides details and information for each person and household during this period in history. The publication of the register bridges nearly a thirty-year gap in census data.
Members of the research website Find My Past have had access to the register for some time however the register has only been recently introduced to the Ancestry website.
Both Ancestry and Find My Past are both a comprehensive source for tracing your family history and they both offer a range of membership options.
Before deciding which website you prefer you can take advantage of a 14 day free trial using the affiliate links below.
Find My Past
Remember to cancel your free trial membership before the 14 days are up or you will be charged. FreeBMD is a family history research site that is free to use although it does not include any census data. Click on the link below to check it out.
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