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Numerous types of tax records are in the PRO: apprenticeship records, hearth tax
records, land tax assessments, lay subsidies (personal property taxes), poll taxes
, and others. Of these, apprenticeship and hearth tax records are highlighted ...
Tax information, including apprenticeship information, continues to be published
by local record societies. Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson's The Hearth Tax,
Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls (Baltimore: ...
E 179 Subsidy Rolls, etc., 1154 to 1702 lists the surviving records for a number of
taxes, including hearth taxes. The list for E 179 is arranged by county. Published
finding aids are Analysis of Hearth Tax Accounts, 1662-1665, compiled by Cecil ...
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Genealogical research in England's Public Record Office: a guide for North AmericansUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Library of Congress reference librarian and LJ reviewer Reid provides a thorough guide for North Americans wishing to investigate genealogical or historical information in the Public Record Office ... Read full review
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