Talk:World Archives Project: Tax & Rent Records Perth, Scotland

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Q: World Archives Project Support Team
Customer 12/24/2010 02:26 AM
I've encountered a book that this is different from all the other books so far
4th August, 1649; Contrasted With The
1st January, 1835.

On the left page is the 1650 version, and the right is the 1835 Version

It is Identical to the book found here:

My plan for these is two sections, Left with year 1650, right with 1835. So far so good. Problem is not all pages are thus labeled, making an interesting problem. The Book cover isn't labeled with a year either. Is there a way to let your Processing people know about this reel, so the years are faithfully recorded where they should go?

Since there's a near guarantee that since the arbitrators will have not have seen this context they will undo my pretty sectioning. Leaving the

result less useful.

A: Subject

Perth tax and rent - interesting book -roll 964269

Discussion Thread Response (Daniel) 12/30/2010 02:37 PM Paul,

You can either try to key the set as you are doing. Or you can cancel the set with the explanation that it may be different information for our developers to look at.

How to Key in Tenant Information

Hello. Please advise how I should key in Tenant information that states "Edward Smith formerly John Armstrong". It seems that Edward Smith is the current tenant and John Armstrong was the previous tenant. Do I key in two separate lines? Thank you.

A: Yes, that would be two separate lines. However, on the older records, you will rarely see tenants. It will usually be all proprietors. If there is a tenant, You will see one of several key phrases: "occupied by," "let to," "tenented by", "liferenter", "leased to." These will usually be in the fine print. --Paulmd199 16:05, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

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