Over 1.6 Million records of the IR58 Valuation Record Offices records, between 1910 and 1915, are now available for all Greater London boroughs.
The records, indexed scans of the pages of the field books, document the type of property its size and state of repair, as well as the details of the house or land’s valuation.
The latest added, completing Greater London, are 118,437 records for Aveley, Banstead, Beddington, Bexley, Carshalton, Cheam, Chipstead & Kingswood,, Chislehurst, Church Street North, Church Street South, Cranham, Crayford, Epsom, Erith, Ewell & Cuddington, Hornchurch, Plaistow North, Plaistow South, Stratford, Sutton, Wallington, Walton-on-the-Hill, and Woodmansterne.
Find out much more in the feature article at https://www.thegenealogist.co.uk/featuredarticles/2022/snapshot-of-edwardian-london-revealed-in-land-tax-records-1616/
One Reply to “Lloyd George Doomsday Survey records complete for Greater London on TheGenealogist”
Every once in a while I get tempted by The Genealogist, but their subscription options are so restrictive. I’d really love to know if my family is in the Lloyd George Domesday Survey, though…