Talk:Ireland Taxation

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I think this page should be reworked to have the most widely used tax records listed first. Then, within the Griffith's and Tithe section, the websites to search should be mentioned first. Most important information first.h  
 
I think this page should be reworked to have the most widely used tax records listed first. Then, within the Griffith's and Tithe section, the websites to search should be mentioned first. Most important information first.h  
 
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I agree in principle. That approach would probably address the most commonly used records first. Perhaps either a chart of the tax records by century, or bracketing the tax date behind the title would also alert users to the time period that the other tax records have application. Most represenations of record listings use a chronological approach, but I don't think we have to adhere to that approach. DER
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:I agree in principle. That approach would probably address the most commonly used records first. Perhaps either a chart of the tax records by century, or bracketing the tax date behind the title would also alert users to the time period that the other tax records have application. Most represenations of record listings use a chronological approach, but I don't think we have to adhere to that approach. DER

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I think this page should be reworked to have the most widely used tax records listed first. Then, within the Griffith's and Tithe section, the websites to search should be mentioned first. Most important information first.h


I agree in principle. That approach would probably address the most commonly used records first. Perhaps either a chart of the tax records by century, or bracketing the tax date behind the title would also alert users to the time period that the other tax records have application. Most represenations of record listings use a chronological approach, but I don't think we have to adhere to that approach. DER