2 edition of Yorkshire fines for the Stuart period found in the catalog.
Yorkshire fines for the Stuart period
Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas.
|Statement||edited by William Brigg. Vol.1, 1-11 Jas. I, 1603-1614.|
|Series||Yorkshire Archaeological Society -- vol.53|
|Contributions||Yorkshire Archaeological Society.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas. Yorkshire fines for the Stuart period. [Leeds] The Society, Feet of Fines of the Tudor period. Part 4. [Francis Collins.] (Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association Record Series, volume 8; ) English abstracts; with indexes of names and places.
Includes Divers Counties and Cities and Towns. [Available at: British Yorkshire fines for the Stuart period book Online.] Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart period. Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart Period Record series Volume 53 of Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart Period: Edited by William Brigg, B.A, Great Britain.
Court of Common Pleas: Author: Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas: Editor: William Brigg: Publisher: The Society. Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart Period, Volume 2 Record series Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart Period, William Brigg: Author: Great Britain.
Court of Common Pleas: Editor: William Brigg: Publisher: The Society, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. The Fines for all of the Tudor period have been published by the Yorkshire Archaeological Society in their Record Series as volumes, 2, 5, 7 and 8, as well as the early Stuart period, up to and including the reign of James I in volumes 53 and This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
Yorkshire fines for the Stuart period vol. ii James I --by William Brigg (ed) texts. eye The First Order Book of the Hull Trinity House - --by F. Brooks (ed) texts. eye. Yorkshire Fines. Tudor Period Part I - Tudor Period Part III - Stuart Period Part II - Published between These three volumes comprise transcripts in English of Feet of Fines - transfers of land and property.
They cover various parts of Yorkshire during the period Hundreds of names of people. The Stuart period of British history lasted from to during the dynasty of the House of period ended with the death of Queen Anne and the accession of King George I from the German House of Hanover.
The period was plagued by internal and religious strife, and a large-scale civil war which resulted in the execution of King Charles I in This is the collections page of The Yorkshire Archaeological & Historical Society, until recently known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society.
Yorkshire Fines for the Stuart period vol. i, --by William Brigg (ed) texts. eye 75 The First Order Book of the Hull Trinity House - --by F. Brooks (ed) texts.
eye A foot of fine (plural, feet of fines; Latin: pes finis; plural, pedes finium) is the archival copy of the agreement between two parties in an English lawsuit over land, most commonly the fictitious suit (in reality a conveyance) known as a fine of lands or final concord. The procedure was followed from c untiland the considerable body of resulting records is now held at The.
Yorkshire Feet of Fines of the Tudor Period. Part Three. No Ismay References. Yorkshire Feet of Fines of the Tudor Period. Part Four. No Ismay References. Abstracts of Yorkshire Wills in the time of the Commonwealth at Somerset House. No Ismay References. The Coucher Book of Selby.
Vol I. No Ismay References. Wills in York. While police in North Yorkshire, which handed out fixed penalty notices between March 27 and said scrutiny measures were already in place for the fines it had issued, Durham Police.
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Pages Feet of Fines of the Tudor Period [Yorks]: Part 1, Originally published by Yorkshire Archeological Society, Leeds, Feet of Fines of the Tudor Period [Yorks]: Part 3, Originally published by Yorkshire Archeological Society, Leeds, Originally published by Yorkshire Archeological Society, Leeds, This free content was digitised by double rekeying.
Yorkshire Fines. Tudor Period Part I -Tudor Period Part III -Stuart Period Part II -Published between - These three volumes comprise transcripts in English of Feet of Fines - transfers of land and property.
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