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by Elizabeth K. Berry

eBook Swaledale Wills and Inventories 1522-1600 (Yorkshire Archaeological Soc Record Series) download ISBN: 090212286X
Author: Elizabeth K. Berry
Publisher: Yorkshire Archaeological Society (April 1, 2000)
Language: English
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3. Description this book 210 16th-century wills from the Archdeaconry of Richmond, giving information on houses and their contents, clothes, food, farming, leadmining, the woollen industry and other trades; also property-holding, status and rights of women, upbringing of children, charitable bequests and the settlement of disputes - all against the background of great religious and social change. READ book Swaledale Wills.

by Elizabeth K. Series: Yorkshire Archaeological Soc, Record Series (152). 210 16th-century wills from the Archdeaconry of Richmond, giving information on houses and their contents, clothes, food, farming, leadmining, the woollen industry and other trades; also property-holding, status and rights of women, upbringing of children, charitable bequests and the settlement of disputes - all against the background of great religious and social change. Berry Elizabeth K. Berry Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield Series - several volumes of transcriptions published since 1977. Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents displayed here - including illustrations and fold-out drawings - are reproduced in full, which may not be the case with other copies of the same publications to be found elsewhere.

Berry, E. K. (e., Swaledale Wills and Inventories, 1522-1600, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record series, vol. 152 (1998). Brears, P. C. Yorkshire Probate Inventories, 1542-1689, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, vol. 134 (1972). Vickers, . A Yorkshire Town of the Eighteenth Century : The probate inventories of Whitby, North Yorkshire, 1700-1800 (1986).

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Elizabeth K. Berry, (Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series 152, 1995 & 1996). 7. Uffculme Wills and Inventories: 16th to 18th centuries, ed. Peter Wyatt (Devon and Cornwall Record Society New Series 40, 1997). 8. Wills of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk 1620-1624, Jane Whittle University of Exeter 30 ed. Marion E. Allen (Suffolk Records Society 31, 1988/9) and Wills of the Archdeaconry of Suffolk 1625-1626, ed.

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. Swaledale Wills and Inventories 1522-1600 (1998). This book continues Angelo Raine’s York Corporation House Books, published in the Record Series between 1939 and 1953. Wakefield Court Rolls Series. Yorkshire Archaeological Reports. Yorkshire Parish Registers Series. ISBN13 9780902122864. Hardback £10 P&P Free. This volume brings together 210 16th-century wills and inventories from the records of the Archdeaconry of Ripon. This volume covers the period 1588 to 1591, by which time House Book entries were more like traditional minutes.

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210 16th-century wills from the Archdeaconry of Richmond , giving information on houses and their contents, clothes, food, farming, leadmining, the woollen industry and other trades; also property-holding, status and rights of women, upbringing of children, charitable bequests and the settlement of disputes - all against the background of great religious and social change.