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1939 Register - Search by ED Code

Discussion in 'Search tips - discussion' started by Bob Spiers, Oct 28, 2016.

  1. Bob Spiers

    Bob Spiers LostCousins Star

    I know I have searched the 1939 Register by ED Code before having likely read about in the Forum or perhaps elsewhere; I forget. So please can someone remind how I search using the ED Code.

    The ED Code is shown on every original Page (in this instance I want to discover the area shown as QFGD). As I recall the search will identify a specific area and allow further interrogation backwards and forwards, street by street, and road by road sort of thing. I found it useful but now I want to do it again I have literally forgotten how it was accomplished.

    I have looked under Advanced search but the option to search by code does not seem to be there.

    Many thanks
  2. Tony

    Tony LostCousins Member

    • Thanks! Thanks! x 1
  3. Bob Spiers

    Bob Spiers LostCousins Star

    Tony you're a star. Just what I wanted, many thanks.
  4. Bryman

    Bryman LostCousins Megastar

    While on the topic of the 1939 Register, I have just had a different problem where a person is shown on the original image but not the transcription. It is not easy to report such an error as to do that needs the original transcription entry as a base. Has anyone else come across something similar and what is the best way to report the missing transcription entry?
  5. PhilGee

    PhilGee LostCousins Member

    I have used the "contact us" link to report items relating to records - such as missing images/transcriptions that were in Ancestry's set.


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