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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 134  2014  page 279

A History of the Ecclesiastical Courts of the Diocese of Canterbury, 1566-86, based on the
   Cause papers bound within the Volume MS.F.4.12. By Karen Rushton

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ENDNOTES

   1.   J.S. Purvis, An Introduction to Ecclesiastical Records (London: St Anthony’s Press, 1953), p. 64.
   2.   A. Tarver, Church Court Records: An Introduction for Family and Local Historians, (Chichester: Phillimore & Co Ltd, 1995), p. 7.

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