Find Where a Person Lived with Tax Rolls
Some of the oldest records available to genealogists are tax records, many are generated at a county or municipal level. Tax records can reveal clues to family historians as to birth, death and marriage dates, or even when an immigrant ancestor settled in the area. To learn more, read The Genealogical Benefits of Tax Records ›
The Town of Grande Prairie Assessment and Tax Records of 1920 and 1921 was a cooperative indexing project between the South Peace Regional Archives › and the volunteers of the Grande Prairie Branch. This transcribed and alphabetized version of assessment rolls provides electronic access to an early population and land assessment records for this area. It has been designed to find information about the rich history of the Town of Grande Prairie and past citizens conveniently for family historians and local history buffs.
Information about each assessment includes: first and surname of tax payer, the legal description as: lot, block and plan number or section, township and range; cash value of the real estate; and other pertinent information about taxes for that property.