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  • Charter 05621078
    Document: 05621078
    Cartulary: An Edition of the Cartulary of Alvingham Priory. Jill Elizabeth Redford. University of York. York. 2010.
    Charter Type: Gift
    Charter Origin: Alvingham, Lincolnshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1264-1317 Circa
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay
  • Charter 05620541
    Document: 05620541
    Cartulary: An Edition of the Cartulary of Alvingham Priory. Jill Elizabeth Redford. University of York. York. 2010.
    Charter Type: Gift
    Charter Origin: Alvingham, Lincolnshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1264-1318 Circa
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay
  • Charter 01670207
    Document: 01670207
    Cartulary: The Rydeware Chartulary. The William Salt Archaeological Society, G. Wrottesley. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V.16. Staffordshire Record Society, Harrison and Sons. London. 1895.
    Charter Type: Gift
    Charter Origin: Ingestre, Staffordshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1300-1342
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay
  • Charter 01670127
    Document: 01670127
    Cartulary: The Rydeware Chartulary. The William Salt Archaeological Society, G. Wrottesley. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V.16. Staffordshire Record Society, Harrison and Sons. London. 1895.
    Charter Type: Gift
    Charter Origin: Ingestre, Staffordshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1300-1342
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay
  • Charter 01670203
    Document: 01670203
    Cartulary: The Rydeware Chartulary. The William Salt Archaeological Society, G. Wrottesley. Collections for a History of Staffordshire, V.16. Staffordshire Record Society, Harrison and Sons. London. 1895.
    Charter Type: Gift
    Charter Origin: Ingestre, Staffordshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1300-1342
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Lay