2 edition of Wellingborough manorial accounts AD 1258-1323 found in the catalog.
Wellingborough manorial accounts AD 1258-1323
Originally published 1936.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Francis M. Page ; with a note on the dating of the rolls by T.H. Aston.|
|Series||The Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society -- 8|
|Contributions||Page, F. M., Northamptonshire Record Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
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Get this from a library. Wellingborough manorial accounts, A.D. from the account rolls of Crowland Abbey. [F M Page; Croyland Abbey (Crowland, England); Northamptonshire Record Society.;] Wellingborough Manorial Accounts A.D. From the Account Rolls of Crowland Abbey. Kettering: The Northamptonshire Wellingborough Manorial Accounts, AD –, ed.
Page, F. (Kettering: Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society VIII, ) SECONDARY SOURCES Albe, E., ‘Les Marchands de Cahors a Londres au XIIIe siècle,’ Bulletin de la Société des Wellingborough Manorial Accounts From the Account Rolls of Crowland Abbey.
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Kettering Vestry Minutes Wellingborough manorial accounts, A.D. from the account rolls of Crowland Abbey edited with an introduction by Frances M. Page ; with a note on the dating of the rolls by T.H. Aston Warren & Son, the Wykeham Press The Publications of A few copies of this important book are on sale to members only, at the special price of £3 3 O.
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