1 edition of Warwickshire feet of fines found in the catalog.
Warwickshire feet of fines
|Statement||abstracted from the originals in the Public Record Office by Ethel Stokes and Lucy Drucker ; with introductorynotes by Frederick T.S. Houghton. Vol.2, 13 Edw.I (1284)-18 Edw.III (1345).|
|Series||Publications of the Dugdale Society -- Vol.15|
|Contributions||Drucker, Lucy., Stokes, Ethel., Dugdale Society.|
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The pages linked below gives details of the feet of fines that have been published for each county. As indicated, for some counties there are also English abstracts on this site, and for some there are links to images of the original documents on Professor Robert Palmer's The.
Feet of Fines for Warwickshire: ; Feet of Fines for Warwickshire: Pages Extracts from the Pedes Finium, Warwickshire, Temp. Richard I., King John, And Henry III. Date. Complainant. Tenant or Deforciant.
Subject of Fine, and Result. Westminster, 22nd October, Thomas de Arderne: Geoffrey le Salwage: A Knight. XV Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol II. XVI Rolls of the Warwickshire and Coventry Sessions of the Peace, – XVII The Statute Merchant Roll of Coventry, – XVIII Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol III.
XIX Register of the Guild of the Holy Trinity, St Mary, St John the Baptist, and St Katherine of. That website is providing searchable abstracts of the feet of fines, progressively to be linked to the digital images provided here.
For finding aids, see the material provided on that site. Warwickshire Feet of Fines, Vol I. Out of print. XII. Records of King Edward's School, Birmingham. Vol. III. *£10 plus p&p. XIII. Register of the Guild of the Holy Trinity, St Mary, St John the Baptist, and St Katherine of Warwickshire feet of fines book.
Warwickshire Feet of Fines. Volume 1. 7 Ric. I () Ed. I (). Abstracted by Ethel Stokes and edited by Frederick C. Wellstood. (Dugdale Society, volume 11; London, ) English abstracts; with indexes of names and places.
Includes Divers and Various Counties. Warwickshire Feet of Fines. Volume 2. 13 Ed. I () Ed. III. DB = surname-type occurs in the Domesday Book B = surname type occurs in the Catalogue of Ancient Deeds in PRO covers L = surname-type occurs in the Warwickshire Lay Subsidy Rolls of F = surname-type occurs in the Warwickshire Feet of Fines A = surname-type occurs in Rolls of Warwickshire and Coventry Sessions of the peace Jul 31, · In addition the online site, Medieval Genealogy maintains a database of searchable abstracts of feet of fines that presently covers the years It includes a list of published editions, arranged by home-and-stone-investments.com: Paul Moorman.
Water Orton was first documented in an Assize Roll of as Overton which means farm by the bank or edge . This usage continued to be recorded through the 13th and 14th centuries, but the name Oreton is recorded in the Warwickshire Feet of Fines in Country: England.
Fire and rescue, county highways, flood and forestry teams all working to battle the effects of storm Dennis in Warwickshire. The Leader of the council has paid tribute to staff who helped keep the county safe and moving after Storm Dennis.
Information about Warwickshire Feet of Fines (land conveyances) - on Chris Phillips Medieval English Genealogy web site. Added 10 Mar Mike Durtnall is providing a country-wide collection of Historical Manuscripts Pages recording details of deeds that have been offered for sale on eBay and in auction catalogues.
In most cases whereabouts. Other: Warwickshire Sources. Publications of the Dugdale Society. The Dugdale Society was "named after Warwickshire's distinguished antiquary, Sir William Dugdale, was founded in with the objects of publishing original documents relating to the history of the County of Warwick" volumes may be purchased at the Society's web site.
Payments can be made at your local Warwickshire library. Contact Warwickshire libraries if you have any queries. Please note: Not all services listed on this page are available at every library.
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The county name Essex is recorded in the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicles" as "East Seaxe" Domesday Book of it appears as in the Warwickshire Feet of Fines forand interestingly, the modern surname is now found mainly in that county. FC Wellstood ed, ‘Warwickshire Feet of Fines, volume I, The Dugdale Society volume XI'(London, ) A Williams and GH Martin eds, ‘Domesday Book: a complete translation’ (Penguin, ) Also in Reference Dating Latin documents How to decline personal names.
Parking tickets/parking fines are known as penalty charge notices (PCNs). Warwickshire County Council issues all on street penalty charge notices. Warwick District Council issues penalty charge notices for car parks only. Please ensure you pay the correct authority. If your PCN has a prefix of ZQ please go to the county council website.
PCN Details. You can use this site to pay your Penalty Charge Notice (PCN), to view information about the contravention and use the Email-us option to challenge your PCN. This is about the history of the county Warwickshire situated in the English Midlands.
Historically, bounded to the north-west by Staffordshire, by Leicestershire to the north-east, Northamptonshire to the east, Worcestershire to the west, Oxfordshire to the south and Gloucestershire to the south-west.
Areas historically part of Warwickshire include Coventry, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield and a. Assize Rolls: Warwickshire Dictionary of National Biography Domesday Book, Leicestershire Domesday Book, Warwickshire Dugdale Papers English Place Names Society: Warwickshire Fairbairn's book of Crests of the families of Great Britain & Ireland Vols.
1 & 2 Feet of Fines: Warwicks Hearth Tax Returns, Hemlingford Hundred Vol. 1.Many of our activities are centred around Leamington Spa and Warwick, but our members are from right across Warwickshire, Coventry and beyond.
So why not join us. Simply register, have a browse of our events and get RSVPing! You’ll generally find a mix of new and regular members at our events.In his book The Quest for (This is known from a reference in the Feet of Fines in which Peter’s grandson bequeathed Loxley Manor to Kenilworth Priory in ) It appears then that Robert Fitz Odo was disinherited during the reign of Richard I, although it is impossible to say if he is the Robin Hood referred to by John Major in the early.