5 edition of Wiltshire Tithe Apportionments (Wiltshire Record Society) found in the catalog.
Wiltshire Tithe Apportionments (Wiltshire Record Society)
Richard E. Sandell
by Wiltshire Record Society
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||172|
They include parish maps such as the tithe apportionment maps, c, enclosure award maps, late 18th - early 19th century, inland revenue valuation maps, , as well as maps of estates and the routes of railways, canals and roads. They are easily accessible by appointment at the History Centre. Abstracts of Wiltshire Tithe Apportionments, ed. R.E. Sandell () [PDF] Poverty in Early-Stuart Salisbury, ed. Paul Slack () [PDF] The Subscription Book of Bishops Tounson and Davenant, –, ed. B. Williams () [PDF] Wiltshire Gaol Delivery and Trialbaston Trials, –, ed. R.B. Pugh () [PDF].
These tithe books survive from the 17th and 18th centuries and are now lodged with County Record Offices. Tithes were sometimes commuted at the time of Enclosure Awards. If a person does not appear in the census but is listed in the Tithe Apportionment Schedules from , a person's date of death can be narrowed down to a specific time frame. More Information Tithe Commission and successors: Tithe Apportionments. The Tithe Commutation Act aimed to change payments of tithe (a tax to support the church) which had traditionally been taken as payments in kind e.g. so many bushels of wheat or so many livestock, to money payments in the form of a tithe rent charge.
The records contained in the Tithe Applotment Books are arranged by townland and list the names of each land occupier, the size and quality of their land, and the tithe deemed payable. The tithe was calculated on the average price of oats and wheat between and , while the quality ie productivity of the land was graded between 1 and 4. 1 - Survey book of Wiltshire estates. On internal evidence this appears to predate the survey (S/3), and postdate Refers to Wilton barony (i.e. those who hold land in Wiltshire by parts of a knight’s fee); Wilton suburbs (actually including the principal streets of the town); Washerne and Netherhampton; Fugglestone and Avon in Stratford sub Castle and .
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In the tithe apportionment books and on the maps you are able to see castles, manor houses, houses, fields, woods, cottages, gardens and more where your ancestors were recorded. About the website. On this website, you can find out about Tithe Maps & Records, and read a history about why and how Tithe Records were surveyed.
There is a list of. Abstracts of Wiltshire Tithe Apportionments - Volume XXX for the Year Author Sandell, Richard Emery Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Fine Jacket condition No Jacket Edition 1st Edition Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher The Wiltshire Records Society Place of Publication Wiltshire Date Book Edition: 1st Edition.
The earliest tithe maps and apportionments date fromthe peak years were –, and the last few were finished in the early s. There are roug separate sets of tithe records from England and Wales (note that the exercise did not involve Scotland, where tithes had been reformed in the s).
Details of IR 29/38/18; Reference: IR 29/38/18 Description: Tithe apportionment of Great Bedwyn (parish), Wiltshire. Valuation: Alfred Monk May, Marlborough, Wiltshire.
WHAT ARE TITHE MAPS AND APPORTIONMENTS. Tithes were payments made by landowners in a parish, to support the parish church and its clergy. Originally, tithes were paid ‘in kind’ (e.g.
Wiltshire Tithe Apportionments book payment in grain, livestock, etc.). Tithe maps and their accompanying apportionments (books of reference) are the result of the Tithe Commutation Act of The apportionments remained among the records of the Tithe Com-missioners (from the Tithe Redemption Commissioners) and were transferred to the Public Record Oice in The copies of Wiltshire.
Wiltshire. John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine Salesbury. John Speed in The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine Wilt Shire. John Bill in An Abridgment of Camden's Britannia. The Old Map Shop. Wiltshire van der Keere. (miniature map - x ins.) Wiltshire. Wiltonia sive Comitatus Wiltoniensis vulgo Wilshire.
The apportionment was recorded for each Church of Ireland parish in a Tithe Composition Applotment Book. The information was collected and the amounts were calculated by two Parochial Commissioners, one of whom was appointed by the cess-payers of the parish and the other by the relevant Diocese of the Church of Ireland.
The Tithe Applotment Books. The Tithe Applotment Books are a vital source for genealogical research for the pre-Famine period, given the loss of the Census records. They were compiled between and in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings over one acre should pay in tithes to the Church of.
Transcribers for Wiltshire FHS have transcribed names of owners and occupiers, plot names and measurements recorded in every Tithe Apportionment held by Wiltshire & Swindon Archives. The descriptive headings used in the apportionments have been replicated and (with a few exceptions) followed the order in which the plots are recorded within the.
If you are researching where your ancestors lived in the early part of Queen Victoria's reign then the National Tithe Record Collection on TheGenealogist is a tremendous resource that you can use. This massive Victorian land survey allows researchers to view the plots where ancestors had lived, or worked, on tithe maps which are linked to fully searchable apportionment books.
Genre/Form: Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Abstracts of Wiltshire tithe apportionments. Devizes [Eng.: Wiltshire Record Society], west Wiltshire tithe files, the Assistant Commissioner reported on the accu- racy of the acreage figures given in the tithe apportionment, stating whether they were by measurement, or just estimates.
He sometimes commented on the difficulty encountered by the surveyors in defining the boundaries of a. IR 18 Tithe Files IR 29 Tithe Apportionments. IR 30 Tithe Surveys (maps, mostly copies). IR 77 Tithe Surveys (maps, some originals). In the series numbers the second part of the number indicates the county and the third part the piece number and for one parish it is the same number in each series.
Tithe Apportionment Transcription. In the autumn of Stephen Coombes, Chudleigh History Group member, fully transcribed the whole of the Chudleigh Apportionment book as part of the Devon Record Office project (see above).
This is now in an easily searchable format and includes all plots that the parish was divided into at the survey of Tithe file: IR 18/ Separated material: Tithe apportionment: IR 29/13/ Held by: The National Archives, Kew: Legal status: Public Record(s) Language: English Map scale: Physical condition: Manuscript Closure status: Open Document, Open Description.
Wiltshire Poll Book Wiltshire (WFHS) Protestation Returns Wiltshire (WRS10) TaxWiltshire (WRS30) Tithe Apportionments Trade Directories Wiltshire Directories for,5 Pigot's Directory of 38 Robson's Directory of - 40 Abstracts of Wiltshire tithe apportionments, ed.
Sandell, Poverty in early-Stuart Salisbury, ed. Paul Slack, The subscription book of Bishops Tounson and Davenant, –40, ed. Williams, Fulling Mill In William Marks was described as Fuller, in other words the mill was used in the cloth-making industry where the flat cloth was pounded by wooden hammers driven by the water use is confirmed in the Tithe Apportionment which records that William Pinchin owned Fulling Mill House and let out the mill to John Phillips, Esq, for a rent of £s.8d..
The apportionments for all apportioned general Church funds, as approved by the General Conference, shall not be subject to reduction either by the annual conference or by the charge or local church Per the Book of Discipline, the first benevolent responsibility of a local church is the paying of apportionments.
Tithe map. /37MS. Altered tithe apportionment. / Tithe award and map. / Manuscript plan of Red House Farm, East Knoyle, straddling road from Shaftesbury to Hindon. 18th cent. /Yarcombe Parish Registers.
BAPTISMS MARRIAGES BURIALS limited + FamilySearch; BAPTISMS MARRIAGES + Archersoftware.The searchable schedules, or apportionment books, contain detailed information on land use and these are linked to the maps on TheGenealogist. Tithe Records Wiltshire, Tithe Records Worcestershire, Tithe Records York City, Tithe Records Yorkshire The Tithe Maps Project has announced that it has now completed the launch.