Board of Customs and successor: Establishment: Staff Lists

Reference:
CUST 39
Title:
Board of Customs and successor: Establishment: Staff Lists
Description:

This series contains details of staff employed by the Board of Customs, and, from April 1909, the Board of Customs and Excise. Information concerning salaries, superannuation awards, disciplinary offences, declarations on taking office and patents is included.

Date:
1642-1970
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Creator:
Board of Customs, 1671-1909
Board of Customs and Excise, 1909-2005
Physical description:
270 volume(s)
Access conditions:
Available in microform only unless otherwise stated
Immediate source of acquisition:
Board of Customs and Excise
Custodial history:
Between 1671 and 1909 the records were with the Board of Customs. From 1909 until 2002 they were at the Board of Customs and Excise.
Accumulation Dates:
File series ran from 1642 to 1970
Selection and destruction information:
The records were selected as they reflect the economic, social and demographic condition of the UK, as documented by the state's dealings with individuals, communities and organisations outside its own formal boundaries (2.2.2.1 of PRO's acquisition criteria).
Accruals:
No further accruals are expected

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