- 26.5 million new edited electoral roll records now available
- 192.com to reunite more friends and families than ever
We’ve published millions of the latest edited electoral roll records; uploading 90% of the 2012 edited electoral roll to the site.
The new records will boost our capacity to reunite missing family and friends, allowing site visitors to find people who’ve moved house or registered to vote for the first time.
The edited electoral roll is the UK’s single most extensive directory of names and addresses; giving a greater coverage of the population than the entire phonebook or the networking giant, Facebook.
Dominic Blackburn, Product Director at 192.com commented: “With the launch of the 2012 edited electoral roll we have greatly enhanced our people-finding service.”
The edited electoral roll is a vital tool for finding lost friends and family. It is used by the public, professional people finders, family tracing agencies and missing persons charities. It’s also a critical tool for identity verification, used by businesses ranging from e-commerce websites to estate agents.
Recent beneficiaries of 192.com’s people-finding capacity are:
- Adam Blake and Fallan Kelly, finding their fathers with 192.com’s edited electoral records.
- Martin Murray of the 1960’s Rock group the Honeycombs who found an ex–band mate on 192.com.
- Kathy McGowern, 41, of Basildon who reunited with her mother last Christmas after 24 years apart.