"Members of the Ancestry World Archives Project have just finished transcribing an important new collection that can help you uncover how wealthy your forebears were. London Land Tax Valuations, 1910, tells you what your relatives' homes were like, how much they were worth, where they were, and even how much land they had. These crucial documents were originally made to work out how much tax landowners had to pay. Our collection includes 4,000 different records, covering 70,000 names across the City of London and Paddington. Because of the amount of migration to and from the capital at the turn of the century, most of you will find at least one relative among them"