White Pages Nottingham UK
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Nottingham is a city and unitary authority situated in the East Midlands of England. Famous for its associations with the legend of Robin Hood, Nottingham's origins are traceable as far back as 600 AD and the city has also been named the most haunted in England, with 300 reports of paranormal goings-on there in the last 25 years.
If you're looking for someone in Nottingham, alive or dead (unfortunately we can't help with those who may be 'in between') use White Pages and type in the person's name in the search fields above to get started.
Nottingham's Electoral Register Archives
By making use of White Pages, online search results preview the electoral roll, which will help you track down the contact details of your long lost friend or relative from Nottingham. To give a little background on the electoral roll, the names and addresses of all registered voters in the UK are included on this list, of which there are two versions, the edited and full version. From 2003 onwards, voters could choose to opt out of sharing their names and addresses on the edited electoral register. However, these details will still be included on the full electoral roll. This is why the electoral roll has become an important tool for researching the whereabouts of lost friends and relatives.
If you would like to view the full offline electoral register for Nottingham, head to Nottingham's central library where it is available for public inspection. The address is:
Nottingham Central Library,
You can make an appointment to see it by calling 0115 915 2828.
Please note: Due to changes to government legislation, it is only possible to view the current full version of the electoral roll. Viewing the registers that cover the last decade of census data is prohibited. However, if you would like to see the older versions of the electoral roll, these are available from:
Nottinghamshire Archives and Southwell and Nottingham Diocesan Record Office,
Castle Meadow Road,
Subdivisions of the City of Nottingham
The city of Nottingham's boundaries are relatively small, excluding several suburbs and towns that are usually considered part of Greater Nottingham; these include Arnold, Carlton, West Bridgford, Beeston and Stapleford. Satellite towns include Hucknall, Eastwood, Tollerton, Bingham, Ruddington, Ilkeston and Long Eaton, of which the last two are in Derbyshire. Several local authorities, which are also considered part of the Greater Nottingham area, include Gedling, Broxtowe, Rushcliffe, Ashfield, Erewash and Amber Valley.
If you are looking for someone in the Nottingham area using White Pages, you can narrow down your search results by also including one of these area names in the search fields.
For more on Nottingham Local History
For more information on Nottingham's local history, the city's central library covers four floors and is divided into specialist departments. Information contained in these archives has been provided by local families, organisations and individuals and these documents are available for the public to view. Visit Nottinghamshire's archives page to find out more.
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