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The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls 2nd
Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson
January 1996 by Genealogical Pub Co .
Written in English
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The British Plantations Association Oath Rolls Wallace Gandy: Clearfield Company: Reference: The Hearth Tax. Other Later Stuart Tax Lists. and the Association Oath Rolls: Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society: Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society: Soft bound book. The Hearth Tax was brought in after the Restoration to help create a revenue for the King: it was a payment of two shillings a year for each fireplace in a house. It was not imposed on houses below an annual value of £1 a year. Lists of payers of tax. University (1, hearths) Colleges and Halls.
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Get this from a library. The hearth tax, other later Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls. [J S W Gibson; Federation of Family History Societies.; Roehampton Institute.]. 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. Get this from a library. The hearth tax, other later Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls. [Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson]. Also useful for students of the hearth tax is |The Hearth Tax and Other Later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls|, ed.
Gibson, 2nd ed. (Federation of Family History Societies, ). This volume lists all known extant returns by county, as well as all returns in print. The Hearth Tax and Other Later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls. Solihull, England: Federation of Family History Societies Publications, Limited.
(Family History Library book R43g.) This reference gives the types of taxes, dates covered, and repository catalog numbers by county of surviving tax records.
The word hearth derives from an Indo-European root, *ker- referring to burning, heat, and fire (seen also in the word carbon).
In archaeology, a hearth is a firepit or other fireplace feature of any period. Hearths are common features of many eras going back to prehistoric campsites and may be either lined with a wide range of materials, such as stone or left unlined. The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls.
Federation of Family History Societies. GIBSON, Jeremy. The Hearth Tax Kent and Cambridgeshire Genealogists’ Magazine Vol. 27 #4, page GIBSON, Jeremy and DELL, Alan. 2nd edition. The Protestation Returns and Other Contemporary. Details of the location of these records and other later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls can be found in the book " THE HEARTH TAX and other later Stuart Tax Lists and the ASSOCIATION OATH ROLLS " compiled by Jeremey Gibson, 2nd edition published by the Federation of Family History Societies, pages The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls: FFHS, Gurrin, Brian.
The Hearth Tax Roll for Dublin City, Analecta Hibernica, Guide: Jeremy Gibson,The Hearth Tax Returns, other later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls (Federation of Family History Societies, 2nd edn, ) lists those surviving by county (British Isles) with the catalogue reference and details of any published transcript.
The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls 2nd: ISBN () Softcover, Genealogical Pub Co, Lists of Londoners 2nd. The Hearth Tax other later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls (2nd ed.) The Phillimore Atlas and Index of Parish Registers; The Protestation Returns and other contemporary listings; The Survey Gazetteer of the British Isles (9th ed.).
A bachelor tax is a punitive tax imposed on unmarried measures historically would be instituted as part of a moral panic due to the important status given to marriage at various times and places.
As far back as Ancient Rome and more recently in the legislatures of New Jersey and Michigan, the supposed libertine or delinquent status of bachelor men was debated and taxes. Details of the location of these records and other later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association Oath Rolls can be found in the book " THE HEARTH TAX and other later Stuart Tax Lists and the ASSOCIATION OATH ROLLS " compiled by Jeremey Gibson, 2nd edition published by the Federation of Family History Societies.
Protestations Returns Other publications. The Hearth Tax and other later Stuart tax lists and association oath rolls by Jeremy Gibson. Roehampton University London, and Federation of Family History Socities, Houses and the Hearth Tax: the later Stuart house and society.
Edited by P S Barnwell and Malcolm Airs. CBA Research Report Fiske Genealogical Foundation Winter VOLUME 25 NUMBER 2 Articles New NSDAR Source the book must be retrieved from other library collections within the building.
Ask a volunteer for assistance. The Hearth Tax and other later Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls [CSH4 x]. Hearth tax records Hearth tax rolls list the people who were liable for tax on hearths (including kilns) in Scotland in the s.
They provide clues about the size of each building, place, estate or parish in the late 17th century. Books by Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson. Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists And Other Association Oath Rolls by. Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson. it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating.
The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart. About the hearth tax Hearth taxes were levied in medieval and early modern Europe, notably in France and the Low Countries, but were not levied in the British Isles until the late seventeenth century.
Following the Restoration of the Stuart monarchy inthe hearth tax was levied in England and Wales from until. 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. Military Lists, Muster Rolls etc., Poor Rate, Other Records Hearth / Window Tax, Other Taxes - such as Horse Tax, Tithe Records, Register.
The Hearth Tax Returns for Yorkshire' (). The Hearth Tax, other later Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath RollsAuthor: Susan Neave. Classification: Commercial / Trade Directories, Hearth / Window Tax, Institutions / Workhouses / Hospitals etc., Ships Passenger / Crew / Owners Lists, Poll / Electoral / Voters Registers, Associations and Civil Officials Lists, Religious Lists / Records, Prisoner / Trial / Conviction / Court Records, Military Lists, Muster Rolls etc., Occupations / Trades / Apprentices, Other Records.
About New York, Tax Assessment Rolls of Real and Personal Estates, In legislation provided for the collection of taxes on real estate and personal property in the state of New York. This database includes tax rolls that were prepared on the county level and submitted to the state comptroller’s office.
Hearth tax, other later Stuart Tax lists and the Association oath rolls 2nd Birmingham: Federation of Family History Societies, M2 35 02 SWINNERTON, Iain British army: it's history, traditions and records Birmingham: Federation of Family History Societies M2 01 17 LITTON, Pauline M.
Using baptism records for family historians. TUDOR AND STUART MUSTER ROLLS: Gibson, J.S.W. GIB ENGLAND: CENSUS INDEXES And Indexing, 2nd ed. Gibson, Jeremy GIB ENGLAND: GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE AND INTERNATIONAL GENEALOGICAL INDEXES: Where to Find Them: Gibson, Jeremy GIB ENGLAND: HEARTH TAX other later Stuart Tax Lists and the Association.
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.
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Althea. Books in the Society Library The Hearth Tax, other later Stuart Tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls. Birmingham: Federation of F.H.S, 1 8 £ Land and window tax assessments. 2nd. Bury: Federation of Family History Societies, A quick analysis of the London and Middlesex hearth tax database revealed that, outside of the City parishes, one area for which a good amount of street-level information was recorded in the hearth tax records was the hamlet of Ratcliff in the parish of St Dunstan Stepney.
This area also initially offered exciting potential for mapping the hearth tax data to. Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists & the Association Oath Rolls, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson. David Bennett Cohen Teaches Rock'n'roll Piano: A Hands- On Beginner's Course in Traditional Rock Styles, David Bennett Cohen.
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. Book Catalog Book Order Form Extraneus: Volume I-A - Le Strange of Britain and Aquitaine (Books I & II) Extraneus: Volume I-B - Strange of Wessex and the Saxon Shore (Books III & IV) N/A Extraneus: Volume I-C - Book V - Strange of Eastern America Extraneus: Volume II - Le Strange of Anglia and Eire (Books VI, VII, & VIII) Extraneus: Volume III - Strange of Balcaskie.
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Gibson, The Hearth Tax, other Late Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls, Birmingham, Federation of. 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). Introduction Conclusion.
The oath of allegiance rolls presented here provide a valuable resource for researching the history of Devon during the eighteenth century. they fall midway between the better known hearth tax returns of and the land tax assessments from onwards.
Whilst the proportion of the population represented. Probate jurisdictions: Where to look for wills (Guides for genealogists, family, and local historians) by Gibson, Jeremy Sumner Wycherley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
For an explanation of the background & abbreviations please read Hearth Tax; If names appear not to match the search criteria then check More info as there will be a match with the New Tax Payer entry; The wildcard (%) is applied by default to .With three hearths or more, however, there was no avoiding the tax collector even if you met the other criteria.
This extract from the hearth tax return for Michaelmas lists some of the householders in Thaxted and notes that there were also 40 people in receipt of alms (charitable payments or parish relief).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