2 edition of Surrey hearth tax, 1664 found in the catalog.
Surrey hearth tax, 1664
Great Britain. Exchequer.
by Printed by Butler & Tanner for the Surrey Record Society in Frome
Written in English
Original series number covered by label: Numbers XLI, XLII, volume XVII.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by C. A. F. Meekings, and with a preliminary note by Hilary Jenkinson.|
|Series||Surrey Record Society. [Publications], no. 41, , vol. 17|
|Contributions||Meekings, C. A. F. d. 1977, ed., Jenkinson, Hilary, Sir, ed.|
|LC Classifications||CS435 .S87 vol. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxxix, 194 p.|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||42022324|
The Hearth Tax Returns Payments of a Hearth Tax were required in England from and it was the occupiers who were liable for this tax and not the owners. The most complete record for Cornwall is the Hearth Tax which lists the occupants and the number of hearths they had. Guide to Shirley, Surrey ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records.
Leicester and its inhabitants in Being a transcript of the original hearth tax returns for the several wards and suburbs of Leicester for Michaelmas, taken from the Exchequer lay subsidy rolls, Co. Leic (mathmatical equation). His name appears on the hearth tax roll for Albury, dated Lady Day [25 March] , assessed for one hearth. Although his baptismal record is lacking and his father died intestate, George's position in the family is fixed by the will of his brother William, which mentions him as a brother and executor and also mentions their mother, the.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Nottinghamshire hearth tax in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. No. , 14th Charles II, schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, James Hunt is exempted four chimneys. He is noted inthe Subsidy Roll of Charles II as possessing goods value of £3, assessed at 16s. He is assessed in the Hearth-taxes in both Charles I and II in several places at 4s.
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Later on, the need for land tax assessments were removed with electoral registers coming in. We turn our attention here to a recent announcement on council taxes in Surrey. In Februarythe local council voted to increase council taxes by an astonishing 6% on average, meaning that each individual should pay up an additional GBP a week.
The Hearth Tax Project. The aim of the Hearth Tax Series is to provide a national survey of population, households and their relationship with social and economic status in Restoration England and Wales. The Hearth Tax Project uses volunteers and palaeographical consultants to transcribe hearth tax documents, and consultants skilled in GIS and.
Hearth tax - City of London - TNA E // book 1, m 25 & E // book 1, m 4 Hearth tax - City of London - TNA E // Hearth tax - City of London - TNA E // In southern England, people were much more 'hearth rich'. It is true that some three-hearth householders were subsidymen (see below, Kettle, George, for an example).
But many others of them were not chargeable for the tax; the most common reason for this was poverty (see Meekings, Surrey Hearth Tax ).
abbreviations. Angell, Richard. Ruler Gibson, J S W: The Hearth Tax, other later Stuart Tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls (FFHS, 2nd edition, ) Howell, R: Short Guides to Records No. 7: Hearth Tax Returns Meekings, C A F: Surrey Hearth Tax (reprinted on microfiche as WSFHS MS7, ) 3 Musters and Militia Records (16th and 17th centuries).
These invaluable volumes give references to the declared accounts of the sheriffs (E ) for all the instalments of the tax in each county, and refer to other hearth tax documents in the PRO, such as E /57, a book of states and views of account of the Receiver of the Hearth Tax for the period c, and the British Library as well.
Launched at an event in London on Tuesday 2 July, the new website enables researchers to explore records held for Durham, York, parts of Yorkshire and Westmorland as well as the City of London and Middlesex, with other areas, including Bristol, Essex, Kent and Surrey, in the pipeline.
The Hearth Tax was introduced in to help fill the. Kent Hearth Taxfree to download PDF file. Hearth Tax online-Monthly random Hearth Tax transcriptions. Kent Hearth Tax Assement Lady Day Production and Comsumption in English Households British History online: City of London Hearth Tax Free Index of names and locations.
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A hearth tax was a property tax in certain countries during the medieval and early modern period, levied on each hearth, thus by proxy on each family was calculated based on the number of hearths, or fireplaces, within a municipal area.
Hearth tax was levied in the Byzantine Empire from the 9th century, France and England from the 14th century, and finally in England, Scotland and. Tax season is here and if you’re waiting for a W-2 or you’ve already received one, you may be thinking on the ways you can use your tax refund for [ ] Read More A look at Surrey’s history and today’s tax.
21 Meekings, C., Dorset Hearth Tax Assessments – (Dorchester, ), introduction. 22 Arkell, ‘Guide to the Hearth Tax’, 23 Gloverstone was added to the total for Chester, but elsewhere suburbs were excluded to ensure that only the populations of the towns themselves (incorporating as little as possible from the.
Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc. were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish. Go to Surrey Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary jurisdiction.
Scroll down in the article to the section Court Jurisdictions by Parish. Taxation [edit | edit source] Hearth Tax at Hearth Tax. Daniel-Tyssen, John Robert. Inventories of the goods and ornaments in the churches of Surrey, in the reign of King Edward the Sixth.
London: Wyman & Sons, [ DAN] Stockwell, Arthur H (ed). The Baptist churches of Surrey (fully illustrated). London: Arthur H. Stockwell, [. Hearth Tax Online is a web site dedicated to providing data and analysis of the records of the hearth tax introduced in England and Wales in Classification: Commercial / Trade Directories, Hearth / Window Tax, Religious Lists / Records, Information, Other Records.
The demography of the parish during the eighteenth century can be assessed by an examination of the hearth tax returns, the Bishops Visitation, andthe Census, and parish rate books. The hearth tax returns for recorded a population of about in houses (assuming a factor of per family unit based on.The hearth tax was the first of a new wave of taxes brought in shortly after the restoration of King Charles II in and continued for 27 years until Collected twice yearly at Michelmas (29th September) and Ladys Day (25th March) copies of the returns of payments were sent to the exchequer and to the local Quarter Sessions.Meekings: C A F Meekings, Surrey Hearth TaxSurrey Record Society, vol.
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