2 edition of Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon found in the catalog.
Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon
Wimbledon, England. (Manor)
|Statement||Selected from the original rolls for the use of the Wimbledon Common Committee.|
|Contributions||Lawrence, Philip Henry, d. 1895, ed., Wimbledon Common Committee.|
|LC Classifications||DA690.W62 W6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 650 p.|
|Number of Pages||650|
|LC Control Number||06002766|
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A manor house at Stoke Poges was built before the Norman Conquest and was mentioned in the Domesday the owner, Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon, pulled down much of the existing fortified replaced it with a large Tudor brick-built house, with numerous chimneys and gables. In it was acquired by Sir Edward Coke, who is said to OS grid reference: SU Note: Edward Harrison wrote a page book based on this collection and reprinted from Archaelogical Cantiana Vols 48 and The book title is "The Court Rolls and other records of the Manor of Ightham, a contribution to local history" and it is in the LDS library and on FHL film # item 4.
In his lucid, forensic style, Mr MacCulloch shows that the 48 charges apparently filed against Walter Cromwell-Smith in the court rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon are not testimony to . Court Rolls of Tooting Beck Manor. Volume I. Comprising the Rolls in the Council s Possession dating from to , with Introduction, Notes, Appendix containing earlier Rolls of the Manor in King s College, Cambridge and Index [Tooting Beck Manor. London County Council] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Court Rolls of Tooting Beck : Tooting Beck Manor. London County Council.
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Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon Volume ; extending from I. Edward IV. to A [England. Wimbledon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing : Eng. Wimbledon. Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon: Extending from I. Edward Iv. to A, Part Paperback – February 4, by Wimbledon Common Committee (Creator)Format: Paperback.
: Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon (Part III.): and extracts from miscellaneous manuscrits, some of them purporting to be Earl spencer, as Lord of the Manor [ ] (): Eng.
(Manor). Wimbledon: Books. Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon, Extending from I. Edward IV. to A. D Item PreviewPages: Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon, extending from I.
Edward IV. to A. by Wimbledon Manor (Wimbledon, London, England); Wimbledon Common Committee; Lawrence, Philip Henry, d. Pages: The Steward further Report of the Steward, as to an extract of the Customs, made by Sir Edward Northey, for- merly Steward of the Manor.
reported, in pursuance of the aforesaid request, by an extract from a Quarto Book, in the handwriting of Sir Edward Northey, Steward of the Manor, about the yearentituled. Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Scotter in Lincolnshire for See also English MSS above.
Handlist to a collection of parchment rolls, including records of the manors of Moulton (Cheshire), Odiham Hundred (Hampshire), Herstmonceaux (Sussex), Chartley (Staffordshire) and Onhouse (Suffolk); the descriptions include some names of lords of the manors and manorial officials.
Wimbledon manor house; the residence of the lord of the manor, was an English country house at Wimbledon, Surrey, now part of Greater manor house was over the centuries exploded, burnt and several times demolished. The first known manor house, The Old Rectory was built around still stands as a private home, despite very nearly falling into a state Built: c Get this from a library.
Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon, extending from I. Edward IV. to A.D. [Philip Henry Lawrence; Wimbledon, England. (Manor); Wimbledon Common Committee.]. Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon, extending from 1 Edward IV.
to A.D.selected from the original rolls for the use of the Wimbledon Common Committee. Extracts from a range of court books and court rolls, each concentrating on a different element.
Interpreting the record of a manor court Advice on how to interpret the constituent elements of a typical manor court book and/or court roll, including the preamble, jury, call list and general court business. The records of the Manor of Ightham inspected by the writer consist for the most part of Court Rolls, but include a few deeds and other ancient documents.
The Court Rolls are the records of proceedings at the local Courts, and the name is taken from the long, rolled-up sheets of parchment or paper on which such records were originally written. In pre-Norman times the manor of Sedgley (Map Ref: 52'" North, 02'" West) formed part of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Mercia in the Hundred of Seisdon, it later became part of the County of Staffordshire, in the area known as the Black Country, today it.
YAS Record Series Vol. Miscellanea vol. ii (Index to Parish Register transcripts preserved in the diocesan registry York; the Burgess Court Wakefield and ; Aldburgh near Boroughbridge ; extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Aldborough ; Mills of Boroughbridge; The testamentary documents of Yorkshire peculiars Westerdale.
FOREWORD The information presented here includes:– (1) A translation of Ludshott Manor Court Rolls covering the years – (71 Courts); the Rolls, though in Latin, are not the original documents but a set of copies (with occasional copyist’s errors) made in the s, very possibly for the convenience of the Wall family, who acquired the Manor in Extracts From the Court Rolls of the Manor of Wimbledon Extending From I.
Edward IV. to A.D. Some Court Rolls of the Manors of Tottenham, Middlesex,and Court Rolls of Cantelowes Manor, St. Pancras, Author: Paul Moorman. Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon Wimbledon, England.
(Manor) Read. The charters, ordinances, and bye-laws of The Mercers' Company Wimbledon, England. (Manor), 1 book Wimbledon Manor (Wimbledon, London, England), 1 book Worshipful Company of Mercers, 1 book.
Lists. Includes Hinderclay Court Roll in Latin and English, and extracts from Brigstock Court Roll Court Rolls of The Manor of Wakefield,full text Rutland Lay Subsidyed. David Postles [At Leicester].
(II, f. II8), Extracts from the Court Rolls of the Manor of Landbeach from 27 Hen. Ill to ris. 7, Claim to Manor, Maps ff. Accounts, 7. Churchwardens* Book, l8oi with Church Rates from l, 8. ().Author: J. R.
(John Richard) Ravensdale.Extracts from Court Rolls of the Manor of Scotter Eng MS Extracts of the Churchwardens' Accounts of Sutterton Eng MS Collectanea Gervasii Holles Eng MS Civil War Catalogue Eng MS Transcript of a Book of Lincolnshire Tenants Eng MS Edward Peacock's Notes Eng MSS YAS/DD56 Slingsby Family of Scriven Records includes extracts from the Knaresborough court rolls from the 15thth century and the court rolls of the manor of Beechill dating from There are rentals and surveys and stewards’ accounts from the 16thth century.