Background Information and Tips from the Archive.
This database contains land tax records for various areas in London from the years 1692 through 1932.
What’s in the Records
The land tax was introduced in England in 1692 as a means for raising government revenue and was not done away with until 1963. Land tax records are of value to genealogists because they often list both property owners (proprietors) and tenants, placing them in both a parish and a year.
Records in this database may list the following details: