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Early Yorkshire Charters

Early Yorkshire Charters
12 Volume Set in 13 Pieces

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Part of Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History

  • Date Published: March 2013
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108058360

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  • This thirteen-volume series, which first appeared between 1914 and 1965, is an extensive collection of the pre-thirteenth-century charters and related records of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished. The first three volumes were edited by William Farrer (1861–1924), after whose death Charles Travis Clay (1885–1978) took up the task. The series was well respected for the quality of Farrer's editing, which was surpassed only by that of Clay in the later volumes. The Latin documents are amply annotated and accompanied by discussion in English of their content and points of interest. The volumes also contain facsimile plates of select documents as well as detailed indexes. An entire volume is devoted to indexing the first three volumes. Overall, the series stands as an important resource for the study of medieval British history.

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    • Date Published: March 2013
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108058360
    • dimensions: 485 x 350 x 185 mm
    • weight: 9.45kg
    • contains: 143 b/w illus. 6 maps
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Preface
    1. Pre-Norman documents
    2. The archbishop of York's fee
    3. The city of York
    4. St Mary's abbey, York
    5. St Clement's priory, York
    6. The Crown fee
    7. Aincurt fee
    8. Arches fee
    9. Balliol fee
    10. Belvoir fee
    11. Bigod fee. Volume 2: Preface
    12. Bruse fee
    13. Bulmer fee
    14. Archbishop of Canterbury's fee
    15. Caux fee
    16. Chamberlain's fee
    17. Chauncy fee
    18. Earl of Chester's fee
    19. Bishop of Durham's fee
    20. Fossard Fee
    21. Gant fee
    22. Greystoke fee. Volume 3: Preface
    23. The fee of Hallamshire
    24. Holderness: Abermarle fee
    25. Honor of Lancaster
    26. Lascy fee
    27. The Malet fee
    28. The fee of Meschin
    29. The fee of Mortemer. Volume 4: Preface
    Introduction
    1. Charters of the lords of the honour
    2. The descent of the early lords of the honour of Richmond
    3. Charters relating to the demesne lands of the honour in Yorkshire
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 5: Introduction
    4. The fees of the honour
    5. Charters relating to the fees of the honour in Yorkshire
    6. The officials of the honour
    Corrigenda et addenda
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 6: Introduction
    1. The Paynels
    2. The lands of the Paynel fee
    3. Charters of Ralph Paynel and his eldest son William and confirmations
    4. Charters of the Paynels of Drax and Hambye
    5. Charters relating to the inheritance of Alice daughter of William Paynel
    6. Charters of the Paynels of Hooton Pagnell
    Appendices
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 7: Introduction
    1. The lords of the honour of Skipton
    2. The lands of the honour of Skipton
    3. Charters of the lords of the honour
    4. Charters relating to the fees of the honour
    Appendices
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 8: Introduction
    1. The early generations of the family of Warenne
    2. Charters of the lords of the honour
    3. Charters relating to lands of the honour of Conisborough
    4. Charters relating to lands of the manor of Wakefield
    5. The styles of the lords of the honour and notes on their officials
    Corrigenda et addenda
    Corrigenda to Early Yorkshire Charters, volumes V–VII
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 9: Introduction
    1. The Stuteville families
    2. The lands of the Stuteville fee
    3. Charters of the Stuteville family
    4. Charters relating to the knights' fees
    5. Charters relating to the sub-tenure of the honour of Mowbray
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 10: Introduction
    1. The Trussebut family and its predecessors
    2. The lands of the Trussebut fee
    3. Charters of the lords of the fee
    4. The tenancies of the fee
    5. The fee and priory of Warter
    6. Some charters of the Ros fee
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index
    Consolidated index of fees in chief, chart pedigrees and notes on families in volumes I to X. Volume 11: Introduction
    1. The Percy family
    2. The lands of the Percy fee
    3. Charters of the lords of the fee
    4. Charters relating to the knights' fees
    5. Charters relating to the demesne lands
    6. Charters relating to other tenancies in chief
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 12: Introduction
    1. The Tison family
    2. The lands of the Tison fee
    3. Charters relating to the lands in Yorkshire
    4. Charters relating to other counties
    5. The family of Constable of Flamborough
    Appendices
    Index of sources
    Index of persons and places
    Subject index. Volume 13: Introduction
    Index of persons and places
    Index of descriptions and occupations
    Index of chart pedigrees
    Index of royal writs and charters and of final concords
    Index of sources.

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    William Farrer

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