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  • Charter 00619051
    Document: 00619051
    Cartulary: Chartulary of the Cistercian Abbey of St. Mary of Sallay in Craven. Joseph MacNulty. Yorkshire Archaeological Society, V.87. Yorkshire Archaeological Society, West Yorkshire Print Co. Wakefield. 1933.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Sawley, Lancashire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1153-1195
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05800043
    Document: 05800043
    Cartulary: Materials for the History of the Church of Lancaster. Registrum Chartarum Monasterii B. Marie de Lancastriae. Volume 1. William Oliver Roper. Chetham Society. Chetham Society V.26 New Series. Manchester. 1892.
    Charter Type: Settlement
    Charter Origin: Lancaster, Lancashire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1185-1198
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05800044
    Document: 05800044
    Cartulary: Materials for the History of the Church of Lancaster. Registrum Chartarum Monasterii B. Marie de Lancastriae. Volume 1. William Oliver Roper. Chetham Society. Chetham Society V.26 New Series. Manchester. 1892.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Lancaster, Lancashire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1185-1198
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 03030763
    Document: 03030763
    Cartulary: The Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premonstratensian Order. W. Farrer. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, New Series V.43. Chetham Society. Manchester. 1900.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Cockerham, Lancashire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1190
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05840041
    Document: 05840041
    Cartulary: Early Lancashire Charters of the period from the reign of William Rufus to that of King John. William Farrar. H. Young and Sons. Liverpool. 1902
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Lancaster, Lancashire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1190-1212
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious