1 edition of return of owners of land 1873 for the county of Worcestershire. found in the catalog.
return of owners of land 1873 for the county of Worcestershire.
Originally published as a House of Commons paper in 1874.
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Title: return owners land Doomsday Book Return of Owners of Land Unknown. Published by HMSO () Used. Hardcover. and estimated yearly rental, of all holdings over 1 acre.
It is organised by county and landowner and an address for each landowner also is given, but the address may not correspond to the location of the land. Wales, Return of Owners of Land, Return of Owners of Land in Ireland Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, The Tithe Applotment Books record the results of a unique land survey taken to determine the amount of tax payable by landholders to the Church of Ireland, the established church until Return of Owners of Land, Presented to Both Houses of Parliment by Command of Her Majesty, Volume 1 Return of Owners of Land, Presented to Both Houses of Parliment by Command of Her Majesty, England.
Local Government Board: Author: England. Local Government Board: Publisher: H.M. Stationery Office, Original from. THIS Return is intended to show, with respect to England and Wales (exclusive of the Metropolis),— The number and names of owners of land of one acre and upwards, whether built upon or not, in each County, with the estimated acreage and annual gross estimated rental of the property belonging to each owner.; The number of owners of land, whether built upon or not.
Return of Owners of Land, Return of Owners of Land, The Earl of Derby asked the Lord Privy Seal (Viscount Halifax) whether it was the intention of Her Majesty's Government to take any steps for ascertaining accurately the number of proprietors of land and houses in the United Kingdom, with the quantity of land owned by each.
Return of Owners of Land, You Searched For: Matches Found (displaying 1 to 50) Name of Owner. Address of Owner. Extent of Lands. Gross Estimated Rental. County: A. Worcestershire Land Owners Return (Download) Worcestershire Land Owners Return This is a downloadable pdf file (approx.
8MB, 38 pages). The survey was prepared by the Local Government Board, and published in as The Return of Owners of Land, The Return listed by county the owners of all land holdings, in acres roods and square poles, and estimated yearly rental income, of all holdings over 1 acre.
Search the Return of Owners Land in England on The Return shows the holding, in acres, rods and poles, and estimated yearly rental valuation of all holdings over 1 acre. The database is organised by county, landowner and the address for each landowner.
The Return of Owners Land is also referred to as the Land Records. In the government of England set out to identify the owners of lands in England and Wales.
For each county they recorded the owners name and address, the land area, and estimated annual rental, where the property was not within a metropolis, one acre in size or larger, whether there were buildings upon the land or not.
The Return of Owners of Land in England and Wales aimed to show the number and names of owners of land of one acre and upwards, whether built upon or not, together with the estimated acreage and the annual gross estimated rental of the property, and the number (but not named) of owners of land of less than 1 acre.
England, Return of Owners of Land, Return of Owners of Land in Ireland Ireland, Tithe Applotment Books, The Tithe Applotment Books record the results of a unique land survey taken to determine the amount of tax payable by landholders to the Church of Ireland, the established church until Return of Owners of Land in Norfolk in Published inthe 'Return of Owners of Land in Norfolk in ' records all owners of more than one acre, their address, extent of lands and gross estimated rental.
NOTES: Areas are presented as A/R/P. A stands for acre of which there are in 1 square mile. Buy The return of owners of land for the county of Cornwall by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible cturer: published by Rosemary Cleaver, Veronica Palmer & Tim Wilcock.
Return of Owners of Land Transcribed by Jan Genge Kennedy from a copy of the book at Dorchester Reference Library. A CD containing the information for the whole county is available from Archive CD Books: This survey which was published in shows the owner of land is listed together with his parish of residence, then comes the area of the land in acres, rods and.
Return of Owners of Land, Cheshire (1 Acre & Above), and Living ‘Locally’ TABLE A: An alphabetical list of owners of land in Wales inhaving estates of 3, acres, with gross annual rentals exceeding £3,Edited from Return of owners of land, Note on county initials. These are listed in the order of size of the particular estate therein; italics indicate less than 1, acres.
Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN KENT IN Kent section, exclusive of the Metropolis, giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental.
Folio, 52pp, disbound. First edition, London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswode for H.M.S.O. £ Land and Property Assets. The Council is required to publish specified details of its land and property assets annually.
Files available list land and buildings owned or used under other legal agreement by the Council. landowner statements registry. Worcestershire County Council have used cookies to improve the way our website works for you.
The Return of Owners of Land in England and Wales The Return of Owners of Land in England and Wales aimed to show the number and names of owners of land of one acre and upwards, whether built upon or not, together with the estimated acreage and the annual gross estimated rental of the property, and the number (but not named) of owners of.
Return of Owners of Land, Cheshire, (1 Acre & Above) and Living ‘Locally’: It should be noted that due to the difficulties involved in this task at.
At the time of Domesday Book (), the church owned more than half of the land in Worcestershire, and this inhibited the rise of a local aristocracy.
Still, the ruins of the 13th-century Dudley Castle bear witness to the military interests of the county’s Norman nobility. Following the Norman Conquest in all the land of England was technically owned by the Crown.
Under the feudal manorial system which subsequently developed, the Crown made grants of land to earls and barons who in turn granted smaller areas to knights in return for the provision of a set period of active military service in the field called ‘knight service’.
Return of Owners of Land () We present a list of Cradley residents owning one acre or more of land inextracted from The Return of Owners of Land of that year.
read on. Worcestershire (/ ˈ w ʊ s t ər ʃ ər / WUUS-tər-shər, /-ʃ ɪər /-sheer; written abbreviation: Worcs) is a county in the West Midlands of England. The cathedral city of Worcester is the largest settlement and county major towns in the county include Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Malvern, Redditch, and north-east of Worcestershire Constituent country: England.
Court Guide and County Blue Book - Worcestershire: Littlebury's Directory of Worcester, Malvern and surrounds: Census - Worcestershire: Return of Owners of Land: Census - Worcestershire: Census - Worcestershire: Mackenzie's Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales.
Worcestershire Land Owners Return This is a downloadable pdf file (approx. 8MB, 38 pages) File will be available as soon as you have.
£ Add to Cart. Owners of Land, Kindly transcribed from Land Tax lists by Dale Lidbury. Until there were 20 shillings (s.) to a pound (£) and 12 pence (d) to a shilling.
1 acre = 4 roods = 4, sq yards. 1 rood = 40 sq perches = 1, sq yards. 1 sq perch = 30 1/4 sq yards. Boundaries before Worcestershire was established as an administrative and defensive unit into take into account the estates held by the Episcopus Hwicciorum and the abbeys of Pershore and fewer than 13 monastic foundations existed in the area, between the 8th and 13th centuries.
A 'proto-shire' was believed to exist prior to the county formation. Another important Victorian source is the Return of Owners of Land ofsometimes known as the Modern Domesday Book. This source lists, county by county, every owner of an acre of land or more, with their residence (not necessarily the address of.
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Welcome to the Homepage of George Jeffery Books. We are a long established company dealing in second-hand, out of print and antiquarian books on all subjects, we are members of the PBFA. We are based in Hertfordshire, north of Junction 25 of the M Henderson County TN This seems to have been one of the more affluent of the branches of the Alton family as the Return of Owners of One Acre or More of Land officially compiled in (and known as The Modem Domesday Book or 'MDB') shows the Trustees of Josh.
Alton of Heage (the correct spelling of Hedge) owning 70 acres. Devon - Land and Property. DRO pages on Tithe Records (archived copy) state that: "eventually, the Tithe Maps Online Project (archived copy) will make the digitized tithe maps available online free of charge through our website.
In the meantime, we are also offering copies of the digitised tithe maps for sale (archived copy)on CD-Rom.". The Friends of Devon's Archives group has.
Description: Union of Worcester County and City Prison. Published copy of an Act for the Union of the Prisons of the County and of the City of Worcester; agreement between the Justices of the Peace for the County, and the Corporation of Worcester; book of reference to accompany the Act, containing a plan of the building and list of owners and their property to be compulsorily.
Worcestershire, the county that has inspired many great writers and composers, including the works of Edward Elgar one of Britain’s best composers. Also the home of Worcester Porcelain and Worcestershire Sauce the Morgan Motor Company and Malvern Spring water.
One of the most beautiful counties in the Heart of England, lying between the ancient Malvern Hills and. Sturminster Marshall. Owners of Land A list of persons owning more than 1 acre of land in Sturminster Marshall.
Note that not all persons listed may actually reside in the parish. Acres, Rods, Perches. Rental Value. ADAMS George. 4 3 £21 13s. Land: Return of Owners of land fro the county of Bedford: England: Bedfordshire: Land: Essex New Domesday Book England: Essex: Military & Maritime: Musters of the Essex East militia England: Worcestershire: Criminal: HO27 Criminal Register Indexes (16) Hef, Wor: England.
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The Owners. One of the critical elements in the rare survival of Englefield is that at a critical time the estate came into the full ownership of a single family so by the time the great demand for housing and commercial land came in the 20th century, Englefield did not suffer the piecemeal development it might have if the many small freeholders had retained their ownership up to .The Return of Owners of Land arose from the question put in the House of Lords on 19th Februaryby the Earl of Derby to the Lord Privy Seal, of "whether it was the intention of Her Majesty's Government to take any steps for ascertaining the number of proprietors of land and houses in the United Kingdom, with the quantity of land owned by each proprietor?