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Home Office: Immigration and Nationality Department and predecessors: Indexes to Naturalisation and Denization

Reference:
HO 409
Title:
Home Office: Immigration and Nationality Department and predecessors: Indexes to Naturalisation and Denization
Description:

Nominal lists of individuals granted British nationality by naturalisation were published by HMSO until 1962. Thereafter they were produced for internal Home Office use. Some volumes in the series are original bound publications, some are bound photocopies. There are occasional manuscript amendments. The lists provide basic information of name, original nationality, certificate number and number of the related Home Office file.

Date:
1908-1980
Arrangement:

Volumes are in date order.

Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Physical description:
32 volume(s)
Access conditions:
Open
Immediate source of acquisition:
Home Office , in 2004
Selection and destruction information:
The aim has been to preserve a complete set of published and internally printed indexes to naturalisations and denizations.

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