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Introduction to the Feet of Fines For the County of Cornwall.

Joseph Hambley Rowe

Introduction to the Feet of Fines For the County of Cornwall.

by Joseph Hambley Rowe

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Published by Devon and Cornwall Record Society in Exeter .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesDevon and Cornwall Record Society"s Transactions, 1914, Pp. Iii-xvi.
The Physical Object
PaginationXvip.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17175679M

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Introduction to the Feet of Fines for the county of Cornwall; Reprinted from the Devon and Cornwall Record Socity s transactionsAuthor: Joseph Hambley Rowe. Feet of Fines: Cornwall. Introduction: County list: Search: See also General Section.

See General Section. Cornwall Feet of Fines. Volume I. Richard I-Edward III. Edited by Joseph Hambley Rowe. (Devon and Cornwall Record Society; Exeter, ). The pages linked below gives details of the feet of fines that have been published for each county.

As indicated, for some counties there are also English abstracts on this site, and for some there are links to images of the original documents on Professor Robert Palmer's The Anglo-American Legal Tradition website. I am most grateful for extremely generous financial support for this project.

The feet of fines are arranged in the Public Record Office by county, while the concords and notes of fines are arranged chronologically. Many of the final concords made in eyres have been printed in full or in : Paul Moorman.

Devon Feet of Fines. Volume 1. Richard I-Henry III. Edited by the Rev. Oswald J. Reichel. (Devon and Cornwall Record Society; Exeter, ) English abstracts; with a general index.

Includes Divers and Various Counties. [Available at: Internet Archive - Text Archive.] Devon Feet of Fines.

Volume 2. 1 Edward I Edward III. Feet of Fines: CP 25/1// Introduction: County list: Search: View data in XML format CP 25/1//73, number Link: Image of document at AALT: County: Devon.

Dorset. Vogelers and Trewynt in the county of Cornwall. Action. Feet of Fines for the county of Norfolk for the reign of King John Feet of Fines for the county of Suffolk for the reign of King John Edited by Barbara Dodwell.

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That website is providing searchable abstracts of the feet of fines, progressively to be linked to the digital images provided here. For finding aids, see the material provided on that site. Book things online, including adult education courses and computers in libraries.

volume, the sections in the present book run mostly parallel with those in Volume V. The account explaining the relatively few complicated types of Fines and incorporating the formularywritten by Mr A. Meekings, 1 has however not been repeated in order to shorten the Introduction, which embraces additional subjects.

For. Defended Cornwall Introduction Although Cornwall’s history cannot be said to be especially bloody many buildings and monuments survive which were constructed during times of danger or in response to hostility and war. Six thousand years ago during the Neolithic period large hill top enclosures were built at.

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