- Author:Jeremy Gibson
- Publisher:Genealogical Pub Co (February 1990)
- Pages:60 pages
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Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls.
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by Jeremy Sumner Wycherley Gibson. Includes bibliographical references (p. 2 of cover). First published, 1985, by the Federation of Family History Societies (England)"-P.
The Hearth Tax, Other Later Stuart Tax Lists, and the Association Oath Rolls: FFHS, 1996. "A copy of Assessor’s General alphabetical lists of Taxable property in Boone county Mo for the year 1821". a b "Romanian Pro-Natalism by Max Rudert on Prezi". Retrieved 2014-09-14. Boone County, O. Harris Sheriff & Collector. Received auditors office, August 2nd, 1821.
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In England, a tax on hearths was introduced on 19 May 1662. Householders were required to pay a charge of two shillings per annum for each hearth, with half the payment due at Michaelmas and half at Lady Day. Exemptions to the tax were granted, to those in receipt of poor relief, those whose houses were worth less than 20 shillings a year and those who paid neither church nor poor rates. The most informative returns, many of which have been published, occur between 1662–1666 and 1669–1674.