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Kiftsgate Hundred Research papers
Kiftsgate Hundred and other Hundreds in Domesday Gloucestershire. Research papers of Allan Warmington, manuscripts and copies of documents: 1. Early Groups of Hundreds 2. Gloucestershire abbreviations and glossary 3. The Hundred-Names of the South-Western Counties 4. The Domesday Hundreds of Gloucestershire 5. The Domesday Survey of Gloucestershire 6. English Hundred Names 7. The Hundreds of Kiftsgate, manuscript 8. Hundreds and groupings of Hundreds, ...
Lord's demesnes in Campden.
History of the Lord’s demesnes in Campden, The Domesday Book, the early thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the seventeenth century, enclosures 1799. Extract from Gloucestershire Notes & Queries, Vol I. P302, CCCXIII. Charter granted by James I.
Lords of the Manor of Tewkesbury, list
Lords of the Manor of Tewkesbury, list compiled by Carol Jackson from the Church guide books, and 2 postcards of the DeClare windows in the chancel at Tewkesbury Abbey. Gilbert De Clare was Lord of Campden 1262-1292.
Manor Title sale stirs fears
Chipping Campden and Charingworth Manors put up for sale. Article in the Cotswold Journal, 2007, n.d.
Manors of Norton and Weston Subedge; Hundred of Kiftsgate; Giffords family history
Transcription of Medieval References to the Manors of Norton and Weston Sub Edge. 13th – 14th century. Hundred Rolls 1274 – Hundred of Kiftsgate. Family Tree of the Giffords of Weston Sub Edge.
The Court Books of the Manor of Cheltenham 1692 - 1803
The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Gloucestershire Record Series. Volume 24, pub. 2010
The Domesday Manor of Langeberge cum Mene
Paper about the Kiftsgate Hundred, Manor of Langeberge cum Mene, by Allan Warmington, published in Journal (unspecified) no. 16
The Lordship of Westington & Combe Gloucestershire
Details of the Manors of: 1. The Lordship of Westington & Combe Gloucestershire 2. The Lordship of Berrington Gloucestershire 3. Conveyance of the Lordship of Westington and Combe from the Earl of Gainsborough to Nicholas Lambertus Johannes Josephus Dusink
The Royal Manor of Hitchin - Harold and the Balliols
Griggs, F.L. and Macpherson, D., illustrations, Van Geffen donation, pub. Macmillan & Co. 1906.
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