Our biggest record release of the year has arrived

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By Niall Cullen | September 24, 2021

New electoral registers on Findmypast

We've just added over 32.6 million names and 14 million addresses to the site. Find your family in them today.

Record releases don't come much bigger than this. Read on for all the details on a major release of searchable electoral registers, plus all of our other new additions.

England & Wales, Electoral Registers 1910-1932

Spanning 1910-1919, we’ve added a massive 32 million names and 14 million addresses to this exclusive collection. Use them to trace ancestors, house history and more.

Suffragette electoral registers

Famous suffragette Constance Lytton is among the women listed on this 1911 electoral register. View the full record.

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

3 quick tips for exploring electoral registers

  1. The entire indexed collection covers 1910-1932, making it a valuable census substitute
  2. Narrow your search by polling district and constituency to pinpoint an address
  3. The codes on the records represent voting eligibility. You’ll find the meanings on the search page

These newest electoral registers are the perfect precursor to the much-anticipated release of the 1921 Census of England and Wales. Use them to bridge the gaps in your family tree before the census arrives in early 2022.

Scotland Monumental Inscriptions

Discover your relatives' final resting places in Scotland with this unique resource. It has grown again with thousands of new records.

Check the burial ground list for the date ranges and number of records included for each location in this extensive collection. It's a must-search if any of your relatives died in Scotland.


Hot off the press, what family stories will you uncover in our latest newspaper updates? Brand new publications include:

And we've added thousands more pages to these papers:

Will this week's colossal record release change the way you see your family or even how you see yourself? We love hearing about your discoveries. Get in touch on [email protected] or post your finds to social media tagging @findmypast.

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