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    Traceline

    Just tried to find the details of Traceline on the Government's Office of National Statistics and apparently its no longer there and is to come under a different department.

    Don't know where to find it now.



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    Oh I can't either. I would use the phone number on Cornwall's County Council website for Traceline and ask them.
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    Google Traceline and it appears to be some kind of debt organisation!
    GRO website doesn't have a link and it appears in google as a 404 error (I love them!)

    GRO has been taken over by Passport & Identity Agency but their website doesn't seem very helpful at all. Put "Traceline" into its search box and get nothing!
    https://www.ips.gov.uk/passport/index.asp

    but you can e-mail them, so I suppose you could try that!
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    I was trying to answer a query and put a link on a reply for Traceline but couldn't find it.

    I googled and got

    Scottish Genealogy News and Events: Traceline service withdrawn from English and Welsh GRO site

    so it looks like it's no longer available.

    However there is this link which might be helpful

    http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/HomeAndC...me/DG_10030785



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