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Find your family and home in UK electoral registers

Millions of historical British voting lists have been digitised and published exclusively at Findmypast, in partnership with the British Library.

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What are electoral registers?

Electoral registers are listings of all those eligible and registered to vote in a particular area. In England and Wales, voter registration has been required since 1832 and updated registers are typically published annually.

UK electoral registers

England & Wales, Electoral Registers 1832-1932

Only available online at Findmypast, around 220 million names are recorded in the British Library's mammoth collection of UK electoral registers. The records cover a century of British history and include names, addresses, property details and sometimes ages. This makes them perfect for tracing your family tree or the history of your house.

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British Library electoral registers

England & Wales, Electoral Registers 1910-1932

To bring you fully searchable electoral registers, our data specialists have used a sophisticated technique to extract details from a selection of the original British Library records. This allows you to discover rich information you don’t get from a simple keyword search.

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