Arrangement: List chronologically, then alphabetical within year.
The assessment records described include taxes on real and personal protery and list the tasable's name, the property taxed and the assessed valuation. Duplicates are the records of taxes collected retained by the several collectors. Philadelphia County, John Claypoole, collector, taxables, 1693; Philadelphia, Chestnut, South and Middle Wards, William Savery, collector, 1754; Philadelphia city Wards, 1756; Berks County, Morton Luther Montgomery, 1758; Lower Delaware, High Street and North Wards, Joseph Ogden, collector, watch, lamp, highway and water/sewer tax duplicates, 1765 (2 v.)..
Chestnut, Lower Delaware and Walnut Wards, William Savery, poor tax duplicate, 1769; Philadelphia County tax receipts, 1770; tax lists for city and county of Philadelphia, 1772; overseer of poor cash account, William Roberts, 1780-1784 (2 v.); Northern Liberties, Valentine Ulrick, collector, assessments, 1781-1782; North Ward, 1782-1783; East and West Southwark, James Jordan, collector, public landings tax duplicates, 1788 (2 v.); miscellaneous assessments, 1788; Germantown Township, Mathias Roop, collector penal tax, 1790; Roxborough Township, William Rittenhouse, duplicate, 1790; Northern Liberties and Blockley Townships, James Swain, poor, county and road taxes, 1790-1793; Philadelphia County taxables and slaves, 1800; Blockley Township, 1815; Northern Liberties, Frederick Sigmund Hoeckley, assessor, 1815; Northampton County, by township, 1818; Lower Delaware and South Mulberry Wards, Charles W. Schreiner, collector, 1829; West Chester Township, Ezra Haines, school tax assessment duplicate, 1835; assessments, Walnut Ward, William B. Chambers, assessor, 1841; Blockley poor tax, 1841-1845; Blockley Township, poor and dog taxes duplicate, 1844.
Ridley Township, Thomas C. Hutchinson, school tax assessment duplicates, 1855, 1881, 1882 (3 v.); Philadelphia, 22nd Ward, George W. Widdis, collector, tax duplicates, 1859-1860; Tinicum Thomas C. Hutchinson, school tax duplicates, 1859, 1862 (2 v.) and road tax duplicate, 1961; and Camden, N.J., James Massey Assessor, South Ward Taxables, including school, poll and dog taxes, 1870.