2 edition of Norfolk and Norwich hearth tax assessment, Lady Day, 1666 found in the catalog.
Norfolk and Norwich hearth tax assessment, Lady Day, 1666
P. J. Seaman
Includes bibliographical references (p. xiv) and indexes.
|Statement||trancribed and indexed by P. Seaman.|
|Series||Norfolk genealogy ;, v. 20|
|LC Classifications||CS435.N2 S43 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 138 p. :|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||98127520|
The Hearth Tax returns show Jermys at Beccles, Blythburgh, Debenham, Heveningham and South Elmham in Sir John Jermy of Metfield and Brightwell was made Knight of the Bath at the coronation of Anne Boleyn in 10 He attended a reception of Lady Anna of Cleves in 11 His son and heir Francis was High Sheriff of Suffolk / Kent Hearth Tax Assessment, Lady Day Edited by DUNCAN HARRINGTON with SARA PEARSON and SUSAN ROSE (London: British Record Soc., ; pp. cxiv+ £40). Norfolk Hearth Tax Exemption Certificates, Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and ://
Norfolk hearth tax exemption certificates Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford / edited and introduced by Peter Seaman ; with contributions by John Pound and Robert :// The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for › Home.
Six entries for SPRINGALL, Norfolk Genealogy Vol 20 Norfolk and Norwich Hearth Tax assessment Lady Day , Tho SPRINGALL iij Briston, Lady Day Assessment NNGS Vol Anne SPRINGALL ij Briston, Lady Day Assessment NNGS Vol Rich SPRINGALL iiiij Sheringham, Lady Day Assessment NNGSVol 13 / May - William Clay currier for having on 23rd June broken into the house of John Mapilton in the Parish of St Bride and carried away timber to the value of £20 he pleaded that he had previously sued against the said John for having dessiezed him of - -- 5 messuages in that parish.(Ref.- Calendar of Plea ://
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› Reference › Genealogy. The Norwich and Norfolk hearth Tax Assessment Lady Day The Hearth Tax was a charge of one shilling for six months on every hearth used in houses worth 20 shillings or more per year in rent.
The tax was paid by the occupier who also paid Church Rate, and the Poor Law Rate, so this is a list of the more prosperous householders in Hockwold Norfolk and Norwich hearth tax assessment Lady day Delivery & returns This item will be dispatched to UK addresses via second class post within 14 working days of receipt of your :// [Norfolk and Norwich Genealogical Society: Vol Norfolk & Norwich Hearth Tax Assessment Lady Day.
Occupiers and number of hearths from parishes. Indexed.] + Poll 1666 book - Voters in County elections - transcriptions, (inc. occupiers) etc. City of Norwich (+) and Boroughs - Kings Lynn (+) and Great Yarmouth I have the book for Hearth Taxes Lady Day for Norfolk and Norwich, in the front are charts to show where records do and do not exist.
This applies ONLY for Michaelmas and Lady Day For these dates there are no records for ://?topic= [Norfolk and Norwich Genealogical Society: Vol Norwich Archdeaconry Hearth Tax. Mich. ] [Norfolk and Norwich Genealogical Society: Vol Norfolk & Norwich Hearth Tax Assessment Lady Day. Occupiers and number of hearths from parishes.
Indexed.] + Poll books - Voters in County elections - transcriptions, (inc £ Norfolk and Norwich Hearth Tax Assessment; Lady Day Order Now / Further Information. £ Norfolk Archdeaconry Marriage Licence Bonds Order Now / Further Information.
Norwich Census ; St Martin at Palace, St Martin at Oak. Order Now / Book a course or event; Books & Publications; All Books & Publications; Hard Copy Service; Purchase Hard Copies; Postage, Terms and Conditions; £ Norfolk and Norwich Hearth Tax Assessment; Lady Day Order Now / Further Information.
£ Northamptonshire Lieutenancy Listing of principal research centre publications. Publications by the Centre for Hearth Tax Research.
British Academy & British Record Society Hearth Tax Series of hard-copy volumes and related articles He joined the BRS Council inand having pointed out the value of the Lady Day London and Middlesex hearth tax assessment was a contributor to the two-volume edition.
He has catalogued the hearth tax exemption certificates of eighteen English and two Welsh counties, often in support of BRS hearth tax volumes (his lists were published SRWEBSDALE wrote: > > There are two volumes of Hearth Tax assessments in the Norfolk Genealogy > series of annual publications - Vol 15 Michaelmas and Vol 20 Lady Day > They give the name of the head of the house and the number of hearths > :// Norfolk Hearth Tax Assessment - Michaelmas The letter book of John Parkhurst - Bishop of Norwich in 16 century.
Norfolk Record Society Vol XLIII. Norfolk Hearth Tax Assessment - Lady Day Norfolk Genealogy Vol XX. Norfolk Family History Society county durham hearth tax assessment lady day (hearth tax vol. 4) probate records of the court of the archdeacon of sudbury norfolk hearth tax exemption certificates norwich, great yarmouth, king's lynn and thetford (hearth tax vol.
3) kent hearth tax assessment lady day (hearth tax vol. 2) Kent Hearth Tax, - Kent Hearth Tax Assessment Lady Day CKS: Q/RTh Transcribed and computerised by Duncan Harrington. CKS-U/9/1/16 Dering Manuscripts Part 2 sub-fonds OFFICIAL PAPERS series Taxation papers - Hearth Tax: 'Wingham lower half hundred Date Extent 2pp., names':_Hearth_tax:_London.
From Lady Daythe administration of the hearth tax was farmed out under contract to a consortium of London businessmen for a period of seven years, with an option to terminate the contract at the end of three years, and no requirement to account at the ?slctgrantid=&action=3.
County Durham Lady Day Green, A., E. Parkinson & M. Spufford, eds., (), County Durham Hearth Tax Assessment Lady DayBRS Hearth Tax Series IV; Yorkshire West Riding Hearth Tax Assessment Lady Day Hey, D., C.
Giles, M. Spufford & A. Wareham, eds., () Yorkshire West Riding Hearth Tax Assessment Lady DayBRS Hearth. A transcription of the Lady Day hearth tax for for the county of Norfolk. Tithe Apportionments () An index to 11, parcels of land and property, connected to digital images of registers that record their owner, occupier, description, agricultural use, size ^ A.
Wareham, ‘The hearth tax and empty properties in London on the eve of the Great Fire’, The Local Historian vol. 41 no.4 (), pp ^ C.A.F. Meekings, Analysis of the hearth tax accounts, (List and Index Society,); idem, Analysis of the hearth tax accounts, (List and Index Society, )A.
Longcroft, ‘The Hearth Tax and Historic Housing Stocks: A Case Study from Norfolk’, in P. S. Barnwell & M. Airs (eds), Houses and the Hearth Tax: The Later Stuart House and Society (York: Council for British Archaeology, ), pp.
62–73; ‘Norfolk Hearth Tax Assessment, Michaelmas ’, Norfolk Geneal (); ‘Norfolk and Norwich Hearth Tax Assessment, Lady Day