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    Sorry to be dim but which register are you referring to?
    The 1939 register is on Findmypast which is a pay per view site. You can buy credits.
    The National Register taken in 1939 listed the personal details of every civilian in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This Register was a critical tool in coordinating the war effort at home. It was used to issue identity cards, organise rationing and more.( I still have mine)

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    Apologies for the tardy reply.
    Thank you for that information ... of course, I knew about the ID cards but had never heard of the Register.
    I will investigate further.
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