I couldn't agree more Alice
I suspect most would be more chuffed than upset
Nivard Ovington in Cornwall (UK)
I haven't so far bothered with the 1939 Registration because it
expensive and I very much doubt that it would give me information I don't
have. I do still have the identity card issued to me as a result.
what does amuse me, given the restriction imposed, is that if I wished I
could see the data for my parents and my sister, all of them dead, but not
entry for myself because I am still alive!
Anyone who was around in the Autumn of 1939 is at least 70 now and
has other things to think about. There is so much about all of us in the
public domain that I cannot feel a little more would do any harm.