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(51) Inland Revenue – Succession Duty of Ellen Mary Gillman - 1879

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Inland Revenue form for Succession Duty – Ref: 38676

Register A        Year 1879                     Folio 309

An account of the succession in Real Property of Ellen Mary Gillman the wife of Edward Gillman of Stow on the Wold Gloucestershire bank cashier upon the death of Ann Hayward who died 9th May 1879, derived from George Hayward deceased the predecessor under the Will of the said George Hayward deceased proved in the District Registry Gloucester of Her Majesty’s then Court of Probate on the 15th November 1859

Delivered by the said Ellen Mary Gillman the successor

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Description of Property

A Freehold Messuage and Premises being no. 29 High Street in the Borough of Tewkesbury in the occupation of Thomas Raynsford as tenant from year to year at the yearly rental of 

Gross Annual Value £13-0s-0d

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Necessary Outgoings

Chief or Ground Rent — £0-0s-4½d

Land Tax Unredeemed — £0-8s-0d

Fire Insurance — £0-6s-0d

Repairs — £2-15s-7½d


Total Gross Annual Value — £13-0s-0d

Total Annual Deductions — £3-10s-0d

Net Annual Value — £9-10s-0d

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I declare that this is a just and true account of all my succession in real and leasehold property upon the death of the before named Ann Hayward

I was born on the 9th May 1841 and am the daughter of the said George Hayward the predecessor from whom this property is derived

Dated 3rd September 1879

Signed: Ellen Mary Gillman

The value of an Annuity of £9-10s-0d for a life of 38 years is £144-18s-6d and the Duty on this sum at 1% is assessed at £1-8s-11d less Commissioners [illegible] of £0-1s-11d = £1-7s-0d

Received 15th September 1879 the sum of £1-7s-0d signed on behalf of Received General

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