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Transcripts of the (now deceased) residents of 60 Holly Walk, Leamington Spa on the 1939 National Registration.

 

As supplied by the NHS Information Centre for Health and Social Care under a Freedom of Information request.

 

Person 1 Deceased

 

Name: John P Guy

Sex: Male

Age: 65

Occupation, profession, trade or employment: Landowner and Farmer retired

Condition as to marriage: Married

Membership of Naval, Military or Air Force Reserves or Auxiliary Forces or of Civil Defence Services or Reserves: No evidence

 

Person 2 Deceased

 

Name: Stella A Guy

Sex: Female

Age: 55

Occupation, profession, trade or employment: Unpaid domestic duties

Condition as to marriage: Married

Membership of Naval, Military or Air Force Reserves or Auxiliary Forces or of Civil Defence Services or Reserves: No evidence

 

Person 3 Deceased

 

Name: Nellie Hitcox

Sex: Female

Age: 23

Occupation, profession, trade or employment: Housemaid

Condition as to marriage: Single

Membership of Naval, Military or Air Force Reserves or Auxiliary Forces or of Civil Defence Services or Reserves: No evidence

 

Person 4 Deceased

 

Name: Mary K Coffey

Sex: Female

Age: 22

Occupation, profession, trade or employment: Cook general

Condition as to marriage: Single

Membership of Naval, Military or Air Force Reserves or Auxiliary Forces or of Civil Defence Services or Reserves: No evidence

 

Above transcript copyright Health and Social Care Information Centre
Reproduced here under Section 30 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988

 

 

As can be seen from the above the information supplied under FoI requests for the 1939 National Registration are at present supplied in transcript form.

 

There is no indication whether the NHS still hold the original registration cards or whether they have been destroyed.

There is also no indication whether the address 60 Holly Walk is the residence of all of the above or whether they were simply present at the time of the registration.

From knowledge of the family I feel the transcripts are an accurate reflection of the information supplied, but as with most family research each fact discovered in turn leads to more unanswered questions.

 

There are also many questions arising from the format of information given.

Such as.

 

Are there other residents at the address?

What basis is used to decide whether residents are currently living or deceased?

Do the original schedules still exist?

Where are the schedules archived (if they still exist)?

 

It is hoped answers to these and other questions will be revealed in the course of time.

 

There are also omissions, which may be due to the way I phrased my question.

 

Name of the householder or person who made the return omitted.

Dates of birth omitted (day month and year column) instead, age extrapolated.

Additional names given as initials rather than full names.

 

It is hoped that a means to quickly digitise the schedules (if they still exist) or the transcribed information may be found.

Such a scheme could provide badly needed funds to the National Health Service.

It is hoped the answers to some of the above questions and omissions are revealed in the course of time.

Watch this space.

 

Copyright Guy Etchells 2009All rights reserved.

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