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  • Charter 99909008
    Document: 99909008
    Cartulary: The Hospitaller Cartulary, London. British Library, Cotton Ms. Nero A. I - E. VIII.
    Charter Type: Quitclaim
    Issued At: Chippenham, Cambridgeshire, England
    Charter Origin: Clerkenwell, London, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1100-1442
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05180267
    Document: 05180267
    Cartulary: Coventry and Lichfield 1215-1256. Jeffrey H. Denton, Philippa Hoskin. English Episcopal Acta Volume 43. British Academy, Oxford University Press. Oxford. 2014.
    Charter Type: Confirmation
    Charter Origin: Coventry, Warwickshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1245-1295
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05510190
    Document: 05510190
    Cartulary: Manumission Charters. An Unpublished Paper. Paul Hyams. 2010.
    Charter Type: Manumission
    Charter Origin: Durham, County Durham, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1250-1267
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 00870091
    Document: 00870091
    Cartulary: Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. M. Gervers. Records of Social and Economic History, New Series 23. British Academy, Oxford University Press. Oxford. 1996.
    Charter Type: Agreement, Lease
    Charter Origin: Little Maplestead, Essex, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1260
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay
  • Charter 00870092
    Document: 00870092
    Cartulary: Cartulary of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. M. Gervers. Records of Social and Economic History, New Series 23. British Academy, Oxford University Press. Oxford. 1996.
    Charter Type: Receipt
    Issued At: Wennington, London, England
    Charter Origin: Little Maplestead, Essex, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1260
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay