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Surrey hearth tax 1664

Surrey hearth tax 1664

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Published by West Surrey Family History Society in [s.l.] .
Written in English

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SeriesWest Surrey Family History Society microfiche series -- no.7
ContributionsWest Surrey Family History Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination4 microfiches
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Open LibraryOL16562693M

C.A.F. Meekings, The Surrey Hearth Tax (Surrey Record Society, ). Surrey Quarter Sessions Records (Surrey Record Society, ) pp. , G.L.R.O., DW/PA/5/, Archdeaconry Court of Surrey wills, original will of Robert Curtis.

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Get this from a library. Surrey hearth tax,being an alphabetical list of entries in the record. [C A F Meekings; Hilary Jenkinson, Sir; Great Britain. Exchequer.]. England England Taxation.

The Hearth Tax returns collected in provide a most useful census of heads of families in England and Wales, having excellent coverage except only in the county of records have been receiving a good deal of attention from historians in England Surrey hearth tax 1664 book of their importance as a source of information about social structure.

Meekings, C.A.F. () Surrey hearth taxSurrey Record Society, 17 Meekings, C.A.F. () Dorset hearth tax assessments,Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society Meekings, C.A.F. and S. Porter and I. Roy() 'The hearth tax collector's book for Worcester,', Worcestershire Historical Society, NS 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 was calculated based on the number of hearths, or fireplaces, within a municipal area and is considered among the first types of progressive tax.

Hearth tax was levied in the Byzantine Empire from the 9th century, France and England from. Hearth Tax for Somerset, Copied from the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office Richard Surrey hearth tax 1664 book Harry Galloway Publishing, - Somerset (England) - pages.

Buy Surrey Hearth Tax, Being an alphabetical list of entries in the record edited with an introduction by C.

Meekings, etc (Surrey Record Society. vol. 41, ) by Cecil Anthony Francis Meekings (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Cecil Anthony Francis Meekings. 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) by Great Britain. Exchequer; Hartopp, Henry, compPages: 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.

The returns of the Hearth Tax assessment for the City of Westminster inas collected by the AHRC London Hearth Tax Project ().

Hearth Tax: WestminsterSt Margarets Westminster, Little Sanctuary Liberty: Hearth Tax: WestminsterSt Margarets Westminster, Little St Anns Lane. Surrey Hearth / Window Tax: UK GDL Genealogical Directories and Lists Online.

Complete your family history by finding web sites with on-line data so that you can answer the question: Who Do You Think You Are. The Hearth Tax was levied between and on each householder according to the number of hearths in the dwelling. The tax was. The London and Middlesex Hearth Tax is a two-part publication, over pages long.

Part 1 contains chapters by well-known scholars on the history of London and Middlesex in the s, housing, migration and surnames, the administration of the hearth tax, a biographical concordance of Pepys’s Diary and much more (see details below). Using the Hearth Tax returns from the City of London and Middlesex as a starting point, Jane presents the story of one Thomas Elwood.

In the Hearth Tax returns for both Lady Day and Michaelmas, Thomas Elwood, bricklayer, is recorded as living in Stones Court (St Botolph Aldersgate) with a modest 2 hearths. by Catherine Ferguson (General Editor, Hearth Tax) In the British Record Society joined with the Roehampton University Centre for Hearth Tax Research to publish a series of the texts of the hearth taxes of the s and s.

In this project was adopted as a British Academy Research Project. 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 Attached to Sabbstairs, London; aged 60 in Feb. /9, when he had made 2 naval voyages (SP 16/[4], fob: next entry is David Parry).

Of Harp Lane, St. Transcribed from the book "Cornwall Hearth and Poll Taxes, " T.L. Stoate, ; by Sue Boyland.

Meekings: C A F Meekings, Surrey Hearth TaxSurrey Record Society, vol. 17 () mf: microfilm MS: manuscript Parkes: Joan Parkes, Travel in England in the Seventeenth Century (Oxford University Press, ) PC 2: PRO, Privy Council Registers PRO: Public Record Office.

Chaldon has maintained many of its fine historic buildings. The medieval church of St. Peter and St. Paul has an outstanding wall painting dating from Major houses listed in the Chaldon Hearth Tax Return for and still surviving are Chaldon Court, Tollsworth Manor, Fryern and Willey Farm, Rook Cottage, Rook Farm and the Parsonage.

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 // Hearth Tax Charles’s II’s government is short of money.

Sir William Petty, financial guru, dismisses the idea of another poll tax, as heads or polls can move around and evade it. He advocates a new property tax. Book InformationKent Hearth Tax Assessment, Lady Day Kent Hearth Tax Assessment, Lady Day Duncan Harrington Sara Pearson Susan Rose London British Record Soc.

cxiv + £40 Author: Tom Arkell. London Hearth Tax: Westminster Originally published by Centre for Metropolitan History, Originally published by Centre for Metropolitan History, This free. 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. I have a copy of Nottinghamshire Hearth Taxwhich includes transcriptions of most of the known Notts Hearth Tax returns for those covers the whole county, and most parishes are included at least to some extent.

If you have traced any ancestors back to that period, I am more than happy to lookup their name (there is a surname index). A Cobham resident was fined in for receiving a John Palmer as an inmate in his cottage: S.R.O., Acc.

/11 /8/33, p. John Palmer of Cobham had two hearths inand was exempted from the hearth tax: Meekings, Surrey hearth tax, p. Cited by: No.14th Charles II, in the schedule of persons exempted from payment of hearth-tax, Francis Mabberley is exempted for nine chimneys.

He is charged for nine hearths in Hearth-tax Charles II; and in an updated one at end of Charles II's reign for. The hearth tax returns for record that, of properties, hundred houses ( per cent) had one or two hearths.

Sixty-eight people were exempt from charges as being too poor to pay, and they are likely to have been occupants of the sixty-three houses with only one hearth, with the remainder living in those with two hearths. Hearth Tax Rolls ~ The hearth tax, also known as hearth money, chimney tax, or chimney money, was a tax imposed by Parliament into support the Royal Household of King Charles II.

Following the Restoration of the monarchy inParliament calculated that the Royal Household needed an annual income of £1, The Hearth Tax was levied between and on each householder according to the number of hearths in the dwelling. The tax was introduced in England and Wales by the government of Charles II.

Window Tax was a tax on windows or similar openings, levied from until it was abolished in Hearth Tax Digital is a Digital Humanities research project funded by the British Academy. The website has been developed by the British Academy Hearth Tax Project (& Centre for Hearth Tax Research) at the University of Roehampton in partnership with the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Graz, and it will be added to as new transcripts become available.

SURREY RECORD SOCIETY Publications Registrum Johannis de Pontissara. Vol. I, Surrey Record Society, 1 The Order-Book forand the Sessions Rolls for Easter and Midsummer, C.A.F.

ed., Surrey Hearth Tax, being an alphabetical list of entries in the record, Surrey Record Society, 17 (). Hearth Tax Surrey. MS 7 - Chittington Widow (3) BRM. George Chittenden/ton. Tax of 2d (tuppence) Oxford St Ebbes ’ Parish.

James Chittenden. 3 Chimneys. Newingate Ward, Citie of Canterbury. Appendix III The Tenterden Assessment. James Chittenden 2 H’s. Boresyle. James Chittenden Hearths in that borough pulled up. It decreed a 2s payment per year on every hearth in a house. This gives some idea of the size of the house.

It was repealed inbut the Scottish Parliament levied a one-off tax of 14 shillings on each hearth in Scotland in Hearth tax returns.

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, [].

[ STO] Top Directories. Posts about Hearth Tax written by Antiquarian. In addition to indicating the presence of a tradesman by the name of Ralph Butcher operating in Tower Street in we may deduce from the token that the Christian name of the issuer’s wife began with the letter “A”.

In the British Hearth Tax Project published the hearth tax return for London and Middlesex. My PhD studies are focused on plague and the poor in early modern London and this volume has proved invaluable in establishing the social character of a number of suburban parishes I have been researching.

Norfolk hearth tax exemption certificates Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford [] London: British Record Society in association with the Norfolk Record Society, Description. Hearth Tax, Berkshire, /64 Society of Genealogists, London - Ref: Snell, Hearth Tax for Berkshire /64 The Hearth Tax for County BerksCookham Parish of Cookham Mch.

Christopher Powten John Harberd 2 Maidenhead in Cookham January 4 Abraham Pouten 2 Not payable. Analysis of Hearth Tax Accounts toList & Index Society, vol. () Analysis of Hearth Tax Accounts toList & Index Society, vol.

() Introduction. The hearth tax was introduced in England and Wales in to provide a regular source of income for the newly restored monarch, King Charles II. Hearth Tax Return for the City of Chester ', Miscellanies.

Lancashire and Cheshire. Hearth Tax Returns for the City of Chester ', Hearth Tax. Historic Towns. Historical Notes on seme Suffolk Kilns.

().Author: Michael David. Reed. The book makes available full transcripts of the best available assessments for every constabulary in the county from the early years of the hearth tax. There are full indexes of names and places. As well as their obvious genealogical value, hearth tax assessments are also useful for the study of houses, social structure and administrative.

Hearth Tax: The Hearth Tax was introduced in England and Wales by the government of Charles II in at a time of serious fiscal emergency. The original Act of Parliament was revised in andand collection continued until the tax was finally repealed by William and Mary in Publication date Series Hearth tax series ; v.

3 Index library ; Norfolk Record Society ; 65 Note Produced by the Hearth Tax Centre, University of Surrey Roehampton and the British Record Society in association with county record societies.Buy Hearth Tax for Somerset, (Dwelly's National Records) by Holworthy, R.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Author: R. Holworthy.