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The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Property & real estate,
  • History: World,
  • Historical Geography,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • England,
  • Wales,
  • Tithes,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • History / Great Britain,
  • History-Historical Geography,
  • Western Europe - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7714098M
    ISBN 100521024315
    ISBN 109780521024310
    OCLC/WorldCa70251269


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The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography) by Roger J. P. Kain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Buy Tithe Surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders : Tithe Surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography) (): Roger J. Kain: Books. The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales book   The amount of detailed information they provide, together with their uniformity, place the surveys as the most complete record of the agrarian landscape at any period.

This book describes the nature of tithe payments, the Tithe Commutation Act of and the survey 4/5(1). This volume is a catalogue of the tithes Maps of England and Wales. I mistakenly thought is was a book of the tithe maps.

The Book does was it says on the cover but I mis-interpreted this. This may prevent others making the same by: The tithe surveys of mid-nineteenth-century England and Wales marked a new departure in government-sponsored, cadastral surveying of the nation's land.

This book describes the nature of tithe payments, the The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales book Commutation Act of and the survey of o parishes. The uses made of the surveys for reconstructing The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales book field systems, for tracing land use and understanding farming practices, are systematically considered, The abstraction, computer processing and mapping of vast quantities of data are discussed.4/5(1).

the authors' The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales, published in by Cambridge University Press. Much is verbatim reprise of the earlier book. The most significant change from the earlier book is the addition of some material about the tithe maps, based largely on analyses published in Kain.

Roger J P Kain & Hugh C Prince, The tithe surveys of England and Wales(Cambridge, ) Roger J P Kain,An atlas and index of the tithe files of mid-nineteenth century England and Wales (Cambridge, ) Roger J P Kain & Richard R Oliver, The tithe maps of England and Wales(Cambridge, ) P W Millard, The law relating to tithes (3rd edition.

The results of these enquiries are in the tithe files, which cover the whole of England and Wales, and not only those places where tithes remained uncommuted by For parishes where tithes were. In the early years of Victoria’s reign the government undertook a vast land survey of England and Wales to cover the majority of these two countries between and the mid s.

The authorities used the information to create apportionment books which detailed the plots of land owned and occupied by all levels of society. The Tithe Survey. The records of the Tithe Commission show where people were living in early Victorian times. The survey’s maps are often the earliest large-scale mapping of towns and villages, before published Ordnance Survey maps were available.

Related text documents can provide names of farm owners and occupiers. bequeathed the tithe surveys of England and Wales. In The tithe surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, ), Hugh Prince and I provide an up-to-date guide and work of reference for users of tithe surveys.

The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales book That book was also. The rural landscape of England and Wales in the mid-nineteenth century is minutely depicted in The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales book large-scale plans and schedules drawn for the Tithe Commissioners.

Among other features shown on the maps are field boundaries and rights of way, whilst the accompanying schedules record the names of owners and occupiers, field names, land use and area.

Tithe and tithe commutation; 2. County-by-county catalogues and analyses of the tithe surveys (arranged alphabetically by county: 55 entries) 3. The tithe maps of England and Wales: a 'national' survey. Appendices; Place-name; Index. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects: Tithes -- England -- Maps--catalogs. © Cambridge University Press Cambridge University Press - The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales Roger J. Kain and Hugh C. Prince. The tithe surveys of mid-nineteenth-century England and Wales marked a new departure in government-sponsored, cadastral surveying of the nation's land.

large-scale, detailed maps which they comprise are recognised as one of the most important sets of 4/5(1). This book reconstructs elements of mid-nineteenth-century rural landscapes and farming systems by analyzing the tithe surveys of the early Victorian Age. The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales Roger J.

Kain,Hugh C. Prince — History. The Tithe Commutation Act was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom with the long title "An Act for the Commutation of Tithes in England and Wales". It replaced the ancient system of payment of tithes in kind with monetary payments.

It is especially noted for the tithe maps which were needed for the valuation process required by the Act. British Parliamentary Paper XLI was Citation: 6 & 7 Will 4 c ( pages) reference work on the tithe maps of england and wales for historians, geographers and lawyers.

the tithe surveys of mid-ni*n*e*t*eenth-century england and wales marked a new departure in government-sponsored, cadastral surveying of the nation's land. large-scale, detailed maps which they comprise are recognised as Book Edition: Updated Edition.

While in not all the country was subject to paying tithes, the majority of England and Wales still was at this time. How tithe maps and apportionment books can help with your research If you can find a tithe record, in which an ancestor’s name appears, then you will be able to see a description of the land they owned or occupied.

A survey of the whole of England and Wales was undertaken in the decade or so afterto establish the boundaries of each parish, and assess the amount of tithe.

Get this from a library. Maps for family history: a guide to the records of the Tithe, Valuation Office, and National Farm Surveys of England and Wales. The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales by Roger J. Kain,Hugh C. Prince Book Resume: This book describes the nature of tithe payments, the Tithe Commutation Act of.

Kain, R. and Prince, H. The tithe surveys of England and Wales Article in Progress in Human Geography 32(1) February with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The tithe surveys of mid-nineteenth-century England and Wales marked a new departure in government-sponsored, cadastral surveying of the nation's land.3/5(1).

Tithe maps were, therefore, the first attempt since the original Domesday to survey the owners and occupiers of all land in England and Wales.

Though to modern ears the concept of Church tithes sounds medieval, the appearance of the Tithe Maps in the s were a sign of modernity: the replacement of feudal dues with the cash economy, the use. The tithe surveys offer a rich supplement to the HLC. Conducted between andthey provide a comprehensive inventory and picture of agricultural land in o parishes across England and Wales (Kain & Prince,).

The surveys offer the most complete characterisation of Cited by: 1. Maps for Family and Local History shows how three great land surveys can provide information on ancestral homes, as well as fascinating historical snapshots of specific areas.

Covering tothe Tithe, Valuation Office, and National Farm Surveys provide a wealth of information on rural and urban localities, on dwellings, settlements, and landscapes as well as the status of householders.

The Tithe Surveys Of England And Wales by Roger J. Kain. Product Details: Genre: History: Format Book: {Pdf} {ePub} {Mobi} {Audiobooks} Hardcover: Pages: GET THIS BOOK.

Contents Books About: This book describes the nature of tithe payments, the Tithe Commutation Act of and the survey of o parishes. Kain, Roger & Prince, Hugh. Tithe Surveys for Historians: Phillimore, Kain, Roger & Prince, Hugh. The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales: Cambridge University Press, Kain, Roger & Oliver, Richard.

The Tithe Maps of England and Wales: A Cartographic Analysis and County-by-County Catalogue: Cambridge University Press, Tithe maps represent one of the first large-scale, systematic mapping survey of England and Wales.

Dating from c they show dwellings and land use and give details of property owners. Tithing was an ancient custom where one tenth of local produce was given to support the church and clergy. The Tithe Maps of England and Wales by Roger J. Kain,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).

In England and Wales existing tithe payments were abolished by the Tithe Commutation Act It introduced in their place a cash payment, the "corn rent".

The legislation was shaped by the parliamentary contribution of William Blamire, a farmer and self-styled "practical man", who became a tithe commissioner. England and Wales were divided i tithe districts typically parishes, except where they were large when they were divided into as many as 20 districts, and in the north of England where the parish divisions called townships were used.

Assistant Tithe Commissioners travelled around the country holding meetings of interested parties. The tithe maps of mid-nineteenth-century England and Wales are much used by historians, geographers, lawyers, planners and others who need accurate information about land and its ownership and use in the past.

This book is a detailed catalog and analysis of Author: Roger J. Kain. Created in a period from to the early s Tithe records were the result of one of the largest surveys into the usage, ownership and occupation of land in England and Wales since the Domesday book.

Tithes, originally one-tenth of the produce of the land, were paid to the church and, after the Reformation, to some lay tithe owners as well. If you experience any difficulties with this website please email: History Data Service This electronic catalogue of enclosure maps of England and Wales is accompanied by a printed book, Roger J.

Kain, John Chapman, and Richard R. Oliver, The Enclosure Maps of England and Wales, (Cambridge University Press, ). Click here for further information on The Enclosure Maps of England.

This book offered the first comprehensive study of the enclosure mapping of England and Wales. Enclosure maps are fundamental sources of evidence in many types of historical inquiries.

Although modern historians tend to view these large-scale maps essentially as sources of data on past economies and societies, this book argues that enclosure maps had a much more active role at the time they.

Batsford, Use of tithe maps for researchers. Kain, R.J.P. and Oliver, R.R. The tithe maps of England and Wales: a cartographic analysis and county by county catalogue. Cambridge University Press, Detailed information. Kain, R and Wilmot, S.

Tithe surveys in national and local archives in Archives, Vol XX No 87 pp  , The tithe surveys of England and Wales (Cambridge, ). 3 Hill, Christopher, Economic problems of the church, from Archbishop Whitgift to the Long Parliament (Oxford, Cited by: 1.

Coverage: It is not a complete survey of England. Much of northern England is missing. There is no survey of the biggest towns: London, Bristol and Winchester. On the other hand Domesday Book does include lands in Wales held by the Normans, listed under Cheshire, Shropshire and Gloucestershire.

Welsh places appear in Domesday. English tithes maps added to TheGenealogist The Pdf fantastic resource was created in the period from to the early s as a result of one of the largest surveys into the usage, ownership and occupation of land in England and Wales since the Domesday book.” Author: Chris Paton.The Tithe Surveys of England and Wales, Cambridge University Press, Provides a general description of the maps, apportionments and tithe files, and demonstrate uses to which they have been put.

Publications available in Senate House Libraries.Tithe surveys as a source for a cross-section c. Ebook surveys are extant for about three-quarters of the parishes of England and Wales. Very broadly, the distribution of unsurveyed areas resembles that of par-liamentaryenclosure, tithe coverage being sparse in the extensively enclosed midland.