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Inland Revenue Land Tax Valuations (Domesday) 1910
Inland Revenue Land Tax Valuations (Domesday) 1910
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This material contains valuation books and some of the form 37's and plans. Coverage includes valuations for: Ashton under Lyne, Hartshead, Droylsden, Audenshaw, Denton, Bolton, Kearsley, Little Lever, Horwich, Adlington, Blackrod, Westhoughton, Belmont, Edgworth, Turton, Farnworth, Rochdale, Bury, Ramsbottom, Tottington, Manchester, Oldham, Chadderton, Middleton, Crompton, Royton, Milnrow, Littleborough, Prestwich, Heywood, Salford, Pendleton, Broughton, Swinton, Pendlebury, Stockport, Reddish, Heaton Norris, Stretford, Barton, Davyhulme, Eccles, Irlam, Worsley, Tyldesley with Shakerley, Cheadle Hulme, Wigan, Hindley, Ashton in Makerfield, Atherton, Ince in Makerfield, Pemberton.Related Material:Board of Inland Revenue: Valuation Office: Finance Act 1910, Record Sheet Plans: Manchester Region: Bolton District, c1910 (GB66.IR 133) and Field Books, 1910 (GB66.IR 58) held at the National Archives. The Field Books usually give more information than the Valuation Books.Inland Revenue, working maps of survey made 1910-1915 for the implementation of the Finance Act 1910 concerning land values duties for the City of Manchester held at Manchester Archives (GB127.M76),Place:/Lancashire/England
Inland Revenue Land Tax Valuations (Domesday) 1910
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Under the Finance Act 1910 the Inland Revenue carried out a national survey of land ownership and a valuation of all land, the aim being to introduce duties levied on land values. Many records were generated as part of this survey. In this office the valuation books and some form 37's survive. The valuation books, known as 'Domesday Books' record, for each hereditament, information on the owner,occupier, usage, extent, identification number, and map reference. The address of the owner is sometimes given, along with the rateable value of the hereditament. The form 37- land, are 'office copies' of the provisional valuation sent to the owner of each hereditament. The plans are ordnance survey maps with the assessment numbers marked on them
Received from the Public Record Office in 1980, accession number 661; additional deposits received from: Lancashire Record Office on 26 Oct 1985, accession number 1226; Derbyshire Record Office on 13 July 1989, accession number 1360; Lancashire Record Office 24 March 1993, accession number 1494;
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