Rhosllannerchrugog Tontine Society was active in Denbighshire from 1893 to 1907. A tontine is a system in which subscribers contribute to a fund which is used as capital, yielding an annuity shared between the members; as the number of surviving members falls, the value of the survivors' annuities increases. The system was often used to purchase or lease land for building.
Rhosllanerchrugog Tontine Society, records of
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- ReferenceGB 209 DD/DM/10
- Dates of Creation1893-1907
- Physical Description1 vol.
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