2 edition of The Glamorgan hearth tax assessment of 1670 found in the catalog.
The Glamorgan hearth tax assessment of 1670
|Statement||edited by Elizabeth Parkinson.|
|Series||Publications of the South Wales Record Society -- 10|
|Contributions||Parkinson, Elizabeth., South Wales Record Society.|
|LC Classifications||CS435.G48 G5 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxiii, 213 p. :|
|Number of Pages||213|
The Hearth Tax Project uses volunteers and palaeographical consultants to transcribe hearth tax documents, and consultants skilled in GIS and statistics to present the data. Go To Section. If you have any data, analyses, articles, maps or any other material that you think would be suitable for publication through Hearth Tax Digital, we would be very happy to hear from you. Jane …… But where does Thomas William who is shown as the owner of the properties in fit into this. It closes inand is demolished in
Since then, however, the Hearth Tax Project, encouraged by the British Academy, has extended its scope. Gloucester Issue: 1. The digital version This resource tries to demonstrate, how the hearth tax records can be represented in the digital medium. This means that the survival of Hearth tax records is patchy, but the Hearth Tax provides an indication of the size of the house at the time, as the numbers of hearths are generally proportional to the size of the house. The visitor centre and camping ground are constructed on the site of Bwllfa No. Even today there is no easy access to the lands of Nant-y-ffin from Gelligaer.
Vale of Glamorgan Council. A selection of transcripts of county lists have also been published. The project is underway and news of progress and recent and forthcoming events is published on the University's website. Land Tax ran alongside the window tax and was imposed in under the terms of "An Act for granting to their Majesties an aid of four shillings in the pound for one year for carrying on a vigorous war against France". In addition they are naturally ideal tools for local historians, and provide the opportunity of setting the community being studied in context. By the time one has paid all Imperial and local dues in the way of taxation there is not much left now, and for that reason I have decided to put the estate up for sale.
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Readers should be aware that names of individual taxpayers are not included in this database, but that they may use the database to search for documents containing such names, prior to examining the original document or, where available, a printed transcript.
See below for details of online access to hearth tax assessments and returns www.
Vale of Glamorgan County Treasures. The tax was collected using The Glamorgan hearth tax assessment of 1670 book administrative divisions of the time - counties, hundreds, boroughs, parishes, etc. The money was to be paid in two equal instalments at Michaelmas [M] 29 September and Lady Day [L] 25 March by the occupier or, if the house was empty, by the owner according to a list compiled on a county basis and certified by the justices at their quarterly meetings.
The very poorest people were exempted on production of a certificate signed by the churchwardens and the minister but otherwise the logic behind it was that the richer you were, the more fireplaces you were likely to have so each man would pay within his means.
Collateral damage was suffered in Abernant and Cwmdare. The University of Roehampton, with the assistance of a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, had master microfilm made of the Hearth Tax listings in the National Archives, which, in turn, has made copies of the relevant portions available to every appropriate local record office in the country.
However, the tax-collectors were required to collect exemption certificates from those not eligible to pay, and you may need to check these as well.
Institute of Historical Research. Instead, it takes the 'assertive edition' approach Vogeleri. They extended the house to the north, added a new courtyard and refashioned some of the gothic into perpendicularchanged the battlements and added the off-centre window bay to the south front. John Baptist church.
Richard Fothergill of Abernant, a local ironmaster, and Henry Richard, an avowed nonconformist and peace-campaigner are returned. In G. When the mapping and analysis is completed, it will provide a bird's-eye view of the distribution and density of taxable population in England and Wales in the s and s.
Basic details can be found in the E databaseand more specific information is available in reference works such as volumes of the Victoria County History and publications of the English Place-Name Society.
Many people in 17th Century Britain opposed income tax on principle, because they believed that the disclosure of personal income represented an unacceptable The Glamorgan hearth tax assessment of 1670 book intrusion into their private affairs.
Did everyone pay the Hearth Tax? A protracted Public Inquiry follows, where counsel for the main body of objectors were Roderick Bowen, Q. The problem is twofold: firstly, the cleaning of the data required for a database structure results in the removal of all the extraneous data on the personal circumstances of taxpayers, and secondly, readers are not able to follow collectors as they went from house to house to collect the hearth tax.
A start is made on the construction of the school to be built at The Ynys. Mear are elected chairman, vice-chairman and secretary respectively.According to the Glamorgan hearth-tax assessment the Tudor period Dunraven house contained 11 hearths under ownership of Humphrey Wyndham Esq during the ’s.
A print dating to shows Dunraven house sporting a series of red-brick chimneys with Tudor period mullions and window moulds.
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.
The Glamorgan hearth tax assessment of Journals/articles on NLW's site) South Wales Record Society, 10 Parry-Jones, D. Some Thoughts and Notes on the English of South Wales.
The Glamorgan Village Book,by Glamorgan Federation of Women's Institutes. Published by Countryside Books, Newbury and GFWI, Port Talbot.Home Membership Publications News Contact: Publications.
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