Civil Service Commission Appointments, Promotions and Transfers 1871-1942
Spanning 71 years, these 872,439 records cover the British Civil Service, from postal workers, prison workers, the admiralty and more. You might find an ancestor’s name, age, occupation, plus details on their appointment, transfer, promotion or certification.
These records are extracted from the London Gazette.
Second World War Civilian Casualties In Britain 1940-1945
This collection comes from multiple sources and includes 64,339 records. It is made up of mostly civilian casualties during the Second World War, in addition to 4,000
servicemen who died on the home front during enemy action. You may find an exact address, standard biographical detail, and even the type of enemy action.
For one case I know of there was additional information in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database.