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Copies of bonds for loans, precepts, indictments, and other legal documents chiefly relating to the city and citizens of York, tempp. Hen. VII.-Hen. VIII.

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MS. Rawl. B. 451, fols. 40–57
Held at the Weston Library

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The following may be specially noticed:
  1. (fol. 44b) Appointment by Thomas Berkeley, esq., bailiff of the lordship of Sheriff-Hutton, of Thomas Redman as his deputy; 1530.
  2. (fol. 54b) Manumission of a villein by Richard Stukey of Stukey.
  3. (fol. 55) Presentation by the lord mayor of William Metcalf to the chantry of St. Nicholas in the church of the Holy Trinity, Gotheram-gate, vacant by the death of Alan Birkhed; 1518.
  4. (fol. 56b) Letter from the mayor, etc. recommending a poor woman undertaking a pilgrimage to the abbey of St. Cornelius in Compiegne for the cure of the falling sickness, to the charity of all Christian people; 1496.
  5. (fol. 56b) Inventory of the goods of John Manors; 1525.
  6. (fol. 56b) Wages paid to workmen at Pocklington in 1526.
  7. (fol. 57b) Form of holding the court of the manor of Sutton, Yorkshire; 1503.

Dates

  • tempp. Hen. VII.-Hen. VIII.

Extent

1 item

Language of Materials

  • English

Shelfmark

MS. Rawl. B. 451, fols. 40–57

Repository Details

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