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look up please, staffs electoral roll 1953-1964

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Unknown Report 6 Sep 2012 23:16

Can anyone help me with this please? I am looking for someone who can search the electoral roll for Tettenhall area 1953 - 1960, looking for information on my grandfather Joseph Patrick Logan. Especially a date or place of birth. I think I have "found" him (birth registry etc) but want to be sure, the address was 31 pendeford avenue although I don't know the exact year they moved in, or when he moved out. I don't know how these searches work if anyone can help please! Thank you


Lynski Report 6 Sep 2012 23:19


Unknown Report 6 Sep 2012 23:29



Lynski Report 7 Sep 2012 00:02

It would have been best to add this to your other thread to keep all the research on one thread.


Reggie Report 7 Sep 2012 09:13

ER's do not include info about anything other than name and address

When was this man born?

When and who did he marry?

Why don't you contact the appropriate library and ask them if they can carry out a search?

Having looked at your other post (duplicates are not allowed, by the way) I see you have given more info.......

As the man was born in Ireland pre-1922, he may not have been eligible to vote. he would have had to become a UK citizen in order to have that privilege