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  • Charter 05990010
    Document: 05990010
    Cartulary: Romsey Abbey Charters. The Benedictine Nuns of St. Mary and St. Ethelfleda. The Charters of William II and Henry I. Richard Sharpe. Oxford. 2016
    Charter Type: Writ
    Charter Origin: Romsey, Hampshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1100-1135
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Royal
  • Charter 05450272
    Document: 05450272
    Cartulary: The Latin Cartulary of Godstow Abbey. Emilie Amt. Records of Social and Economic History V.52. British Academy. Oxford. 2014.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Godstow, Oxfordshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1100-1167 Circa
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious
  • Charter 05990007
    Document: 05990007
    Cartulary: Romsey Abbey Charters. The Benedictine Nuns of St. Mary and St. Ethelfleda. The Charters of William II and Henry I. Richard Sharpe. Oxford. 2016
    Charter Type: Writ
    Issued At: Winchester, Hampshire, England
    Charter Origin: Romsey, Hampshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1106-1129
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Royal
  • Charter 01450011
    Document: 01450011
    Cartulary: Vetus Registrum Sarisberiense alias dictum Registrum St. Osmundi Episcopi. W. H. Rich Jones. Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, 78. Longman. London. 1883-1884.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Issued At: Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
    Charter Origin: Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1109-1120
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Royal
  • Charter 05450108
    Document: 05450108
    Cartulary: The Latin Cartulary of Godstow Abbey. Emilie Amt. Records of Social and Economic History V.52. British Academy. Oxford. 2014.
    Charter Type: Grant
    Charter Origin: Godstow, Oxfordshire, England
    Source: Cartulary
    Year: 1115-1164 Circa
    Language: Latin
    Origin: Religious