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Ancestry list the register at the start as tna-r39.... more sense
On 14/01/2021 11:41 am, David Dewick
gives an RG101 reference: e.g. RG101 6303C-020-18 RJIF,
which is piece, page and line number. I tend to use FMP
instead of Ancestry for searching the 1939 register because
note on the birth dates given, however, as they are
frequently wrong. Always cross check with the online GRO
index. I have had several instances where the year is
incorrect, and one or two with completely wrong dates.
On Behalf Of John Liddle, Backwell, North Somerset -
"Where the cider apples grow" via groups.io
Sent: 14 January 2021 11:34
Subject: Re: [family-historian] 1939 National
I think you're being a little unfair - most
providers have their own internal file reference structure for
the data they provide and the TNA referencing system may not
play nicely with that.
The quoted "tna_R_39" structure presumably reflects Ancestry's
internal file referencing.