Papers of Greathead and Whitelock, Solicitors, 1739-1992, including records of the Commissioners of Taxes, Castlemartin Division minutes, 1916-1956, land tax assessments collectors' schedules, 1928-1949; deeds and related papers for properties mainly in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Brecknockshire, 1739-1992; account books relating to sales of stock, crops, implements of husbandry and household furniture in Pembrokeshire, 1832-1899; and probate records, 1879-1992.
Greathead and Whitelock, Solicitors Papers
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 213 D/MW
- Dates of Creation1739-1992
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description(Information to be supplied)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Greathead and Whitelock is a firm of solicitors based in Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, who have collected material relating to Pembrokeshire, including probates and Land Tax records of the Commissioners of Inland Revenue for the Division of Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire.
Arranged into three groups: Group One, taxation records; Group Two, deeds and related documents; and Group Three, probates and deeds.
Restricted access. Minutes of the Commissioners of Taxes closed until 2056
Deposited by Mr M. C. Whitelock, West Williamston, Dyfed, 1983. Probate records deposited, 2001.
Compiled by Richard Burman for the ANW project. The following sources were used in the compilation of this description: Pembrokeshire Record Office, Title deeds and other papers for properties in various parishes, mainly in South Pembrokeshire, catalogue; The National Archives, Valuation Office, The Finance (1909-1910) Act, research guide, http://www.catalogue.nationalarchives.gov.uk/RdLeaflet.asp?sLeafletID=102 viewed 10 June 2005; Hey, David, Oxford Dictionary of Local and Family History, (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1997).
Other Finding Aids
A hard copy is available in Pembrokeshire Record Office.
Conditions Governing Use
Usual copyright regulations apply.
All records deposited at Pembrokeshire Record Office have been retained.
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