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From: "pamhillier" <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Address Query
Date: Thu, 27 Sep 2007 13:15:49 +0930
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Interesting titbit Judy. I did not know that. Thankyou.
Even after all these years, it never ceases to amaze me what I can still
learn or should I say what I do NOT know.
Cheers Pam from Adelaide Australia

> Remember that in Britain only women over the age of 30 who 'occupied
> premises of a yearly value of not less that 5 pounds' got the vote in
> 1918.
> The franchise was extended to all women 21 and over in 1928.
>
> Judy
>

>
>> Registers of Electors should be with Wiltshire Record/Archives Office.
>> IIRC they have recently
>> moved, but Google should be able to find them.
>> They should also have street directories, but there may be some online at
>> the Leicester University
>> directories site.
>> Go to http://www.historicaldirectories.org/
>>
>> HTH
>> Cheers
>> John
>>
>>


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