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Documents illustrative of  Medieval Kentish Society Gen Ed F.R.H. De Boulay (1964). 

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Contents

Acknowledgements

General Introduction

1.  Archbishop of Canterbury's tenants by knight-service in the reign of Henry II by H.M. Colvin, M.A.

2.  The Pipe Roll account of the see of Canterbury during the vacancy after the death of 
         Archbishop Pecham 1292-53. By Professor F.R.H. Du Boulay

3.  The Kent Lay Subsidy Roll of 1334/5.  By  H.A. Hanley, B.A. and C.W. Chalklin, M.A., B.Litt

4.  The earliest Canterbury Freemen's rolls 1298-1363.  By Professor Syliva L. Thrupp, Ph.D., 
           with assistance of Harold B. Johnson, Ph.D.

5.  Some Ancient Indictments in the King's Bench referring to Kent 1450-52.  By R.Virgoe,B.A.

6.  Calendar archbishopric demesne leases 1503-32.  By Professor F.R.H. Du Boulay

Map of Medieval Kent.   Drawn by Miss A.M. Oakley, M.A.

Index to Lay Subsidy Roll 1334/5

General Index

 

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