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Isaiah Golden – US Tax Assessments

 

State
Date
Name
Location/ Post Office
Occupation
Class
No. in Abstract
Licenses
Total Amount of Tax Due
New York
May 1864
Golden, Isaiah & Bro.
2nd b/n N.  3rd and N. 4th
Manufacturers
B
42
$10
$10
New York
May 1864
Isaiah Golden
25 S. Third
New York
May 1864
Valentine Golden
212 Second Street
State
Date
Name
Location/ Post Office
Occupation
No. in Abstract
 
Quantity or Valuation
Rate of Tax
Amount of Tax Upon Particular Article
Total
Date of Payment
New York
March 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Kegs
44
 
$540
5%
$27
$27
New York
May 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Kegs, Buckets, etc.
44
 
$198
6%
$11.88
$11.88
New York
May 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Manufacturer
 
$10
$10
New York
October 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Buckets, Tubs, etc.
44
 
621
6%
$37.26
$37.26
New York
November 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Casks
44
 
767
6%
$46.02
$46.02
New York
December 1865
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Kegs, etc.
116
 
888
6%
$53.21
$53.21
New York
January 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Kegs
44
 
685
6%
$41.10
$41.10
New York
February 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Shot Kegs
44
 
501
6%
$30.06
$30.06
New York
March 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Buckets Kegs
44
 
670
6%
$40.26
$40.26
New York
April 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Buckets and Pails
44
 
459
6%
$27.54
$27.54
New York
May 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Manufacturer
219
 
$10
$10
$10
New York
May 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Buckets Kegs
44
 
360
6%
$21.60
$21.60
New York
June 1866
Golden, Isaiah
209 Second
Kegs & Buckets
44
 
373
6%
$22.38
$22.38
New York
August 1866
Golden Isaiah
209 Second
Shot Kegs
44
 
304
6%
$18.24
$18.24

From 1864 to 1866 a number of IRS Tax Assessments can be fund for Isaiah Golden and his business.  The majority of the assessments list his location as 209 Second Street.  He is variably listed as the manufacturer of Kegs, Buckets, Tubs, Shot Kegs and Pails.  The valuation of his taxable income varies from $198 and $888.  The tax rate was most frequently a percentage but on a couple of assessments he was taxed a flat $10.  For the percentage based assessments, he was taxed between $11.88 and $53.21.[1]

[1] Records of the Internal Revenue Service, Group 58, The National Archives at Washington, DC, US IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918, Provo, UT, Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2008.

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