New Surrey Records from Ancestry

New Surrey Records from Ancestry

If you have Surrey Ancestors then you may be interested in these new collections from Ancestry.

Land Tax records

This collection contains land tax books from Surrey, England, the records list all households in the area, who occupied the house, who owned the house, the name or situation or the property, and how much tax was collected.

Owners and occupiers include institutions such as schools and companies.

Surrey, England, Land Tax Records, 1780-1832

Freeholders & Copyholders

This collection contains lists of those qualified to serve as jurors in Surrey, England and includes the names of qualified men, the parish, and at times a street name and possibly occupation.

Surrey, England, Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, 1696-1824

Licensed Victuallers

This collection only includes records for the years 1892 and 1903. The records are described as “detailed returns of fully-licensed houses and beer houses in the several petty sessional divisions showing whether such houses are free or tied, the accommodation provided, the distance from the nearest licensed houses, and the character of the persons frequenting the establishment.”

Surrey, England, Licensed Victuallers, 1785-1903