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Duties and services of a villein
Duties and services required of a villein living in Campden in Mediaeval times. Based on Victoria County History, Gloucestershire, Vol II p131.
Lords of the Manor of Chipping Campden
2 Lists of the Lords of the Manor of Chipping Campden
Lordship title to be auctioned
Manors of Chipping Campden and Charingworth to be auctioned on November 15th 2007, by instruction of Lord Gainsborough. Cutting from ‘The Journal’, 1st November 2007.
Manor Title sale stirs fears
Chipping Campden and Charingworth Manors put up for sale. Article in the Cotswold Journal, 2007, n.d.
The Court Books of the Manor of Cheltenham 1692 - 1803
The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Gloucestershire Record Series. Volume 24, pub. 2010
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
Tithe Barn, correspondence
Tithe Barn, existence in Campden. Letter from Allan Warmington to Mr Weller about the Tithe Barn, an Elizabethan Mill, the demesne lands of Campden and Broad Campden. Illustrative map.
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