Return of the owners of land, 1873 [for] England and Wales (exclusive of the Metropolis)

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Statement[prepared by the Local Government Board] and presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
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A first edition set of this detailed survey of land ownership in England and Wales for First Edition. 'This return is intended to show, with respect to England and Wales (exclusive of the Metropolis) 1.

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. Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Summary Digest. Return to Parliament of Owners of Land, England and Wales.

Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Return of Owners of Land, England & Wales. This database contains a transcript of the entries in the Return of Owners of Land in for England & Wales. Where available the entries are linked to images of the original page.

There is also a transcript of the Introductory notes which gives some of the history behind the return. 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 In Local Government Boards were ordered to compile a list of owners of land from ratings records.

One return was prepared for England and Wales, excluding the Metropolis, and separate ones were prepared for Scotland inand Ireland in The Return shows the holding, in acres, roods and poles, and estimated yearly rental, of all.

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 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, of less than one acre, with.

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.

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The Return of Owners Land is also referred to as the Land Records. England Land and Property, Part 2 [edit | edit source] Part 2 of this article covers the following topics. To go to part 2, click on the link above. Manors; Rates and Taxes; Land Tax; Tithe; Land Registration; Return of Owners of Land (Modern Domesday Book) ; Valuation Office ; Wiki articles describing online collections are found at.

Search the Return of Owners Land in Scotland 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.

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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. Return of Owners of LandEngland and Wales: HMSO, Timperley, Loretta (ed). A Directory of Land Ownership in Scotland c Scottish Record Society, The great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland; a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards also, one thousand three hundred owners of two thousand acres and upwards in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, their acreage and income from land culled from The modern Domesday book.

The Government considered it most desirable that the return should be prepared, and what he proposed to do was to give a nominal list of every owner of land to the extent of one acre or upwards in every county of England, together with the quantity of land which each owner had in the county.

In regard to owners of less than one acre, he thought. In 4 libraries. "In there was a national survey of all land owners covering all of the counties in England (and Wales).

All those who owned 1 acre or more were listed in this government publication, together with the address/location, the amount of land and its value.

(The survey did not include central London, although of course, the majority of the areas of counties such as Middlesex. Inthere was a national survey of all land owners covering all of the counties in England (and Wales). All those who owned 1 acre or more were listed in this government publication, together with the address/location, the amount of land and its value.

Title: Return of Owners of Land, England: Northampton to York. Wales: Anglesey to Radnor Volume 2 of Return of Owners of Land, Presented to Both Houses of Parliment by Command of Her Majesty, Great Britain. Local Government Board5/5(1).

Owners of Land RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN ANGLESEY IN Anglesey section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental. Folio, 8pp, disbound. First edition, London: George Edward Eyre and William Spottiswode for H.M.S.O.

£   The Return of Owners of Land was finally published, “after considerable but unavoidable delay”, in July (You can browse the c.1, pages of Vol 1 on Google Books, here). Its initial conclusions gave heart to the landed governing classes: there were, in fact, someowners of land in England & Wales, outside of London.

At head of title: England and Wales (Exclusive of the Metropolis)."Explanatory statement", by John Lambert, secretary, Local government board, prefixed to both as the "New Domesday book".Chiefly tables.v. England: Bedford to Norfolkv.

England: Northampton to York. England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The results of the inquiry were published in two enormous volumes entitled Return of owners of land,1 but named popularly the 'New Domesday Book'. I This paper is concerned with landowners whose estates in Wales, according to the figures published in the Return, exceeded 3, acres, and had rentals of at least £3, per annum.

Get this from a library. England and Wales. (Exclusive of the metropolis.) Return of owners of land, [John Lambert; Great Britain.

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Local Government Board.]. Also known as the Doomsday Book, published inof the returns made by land owners in England and Wales between and Supplied in PDF format with a web browser front-end, compatible with most computers (PC, Mac, Linux, etc.).

Find all our research resources for: England Wales. 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.

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. The directions for preparing the return originated as stated in the introductory remarks to the Return of Owners of Land in England and Wales which has been prepared by the Local Government Board in England, in a discussion which took place in the House of Lords in February, on a question asked by the Earl of Derby whether it was the.

Get this from a library. The return of owners of land,Oxfordshire. [Oxfordshire Family History Society.;]. Inthere was a national survey of all landowners covering all of the counties in England and Wales.

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The table below was extracted from the government publication presenting the results of the suvey which appeared in It shows the amount of land held in the West Riding by Malhamdale residents, most of which.