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Absent voters list 1918

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Jan Report 23 Oct 2004 23:48

This may be helpful to those researching rels in WW1. Google the above and a list of councils will appear who have these records. From what I can gather you then have to go to the relevent Libraries to search. Hope that is of interest to someone. My sister and I unfortuately live in the wrong hemisphere to take advantage of this resourse. Jan in Oz