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I am sorry to hear about this situation, R. There is actually a simple way to do this. Order a free credit report from each bureau HERE. Federal law allows you access to a free report once a year.
I know, I know - you are not talking about credit. However, the bureaus track your addresses. They should have a list of every address you lived at if you had ever paid a bill to an office which reports to credit (and most do). So this should form a very good list of your former addresses! In fact you'd be a little surprised how specific and accurate they are with former residences (I know I was when I took a look at mine the first time.)
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