Manorial Records: An Introduction to Their Transcription and Translation

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Phillimore, Jan 1, 1992 - Abbreviations - 120 pages
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Manorial Records by Denis Stuart Manorial records are an important source of information for the local or family historian, but this is the first, full-length modern manual to offer a structured and comprehensive guide to their use. It explains the nature and Latin vocabulary of manorial court rolls, rentals and extents, accounts and custumals; gives guidance in the translation of transcribed documents; provides more than thirty reproductions of actual manuscript documents in a variety of hands, from the mid-twelfth to the eighteenth century. Includes a glossary of all words normally found in manorial records, plus lists of declensions and conjugations and further palaeographic aids. 120p with illus. (Phllimore 1992)

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Contents

Rentals and Extents
43
Manorial Accounts
59
Answers to Exercises and Examples
71
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Stuart recently retired from the post of Senior Lecturer in History in the Department of Adult and Continuing Education at the University of Keele.

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