YORK - Manuscript material


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'YORK - Manuscript material', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300-1541: volume 6: Northern province (York, Carlisle and Durham) (1963), pp. 2. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=32505 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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York. Borthwick Institute, St Anthony's Hall Annotation 604

Registers of abps. Wickwane, Romeyn, Corbridge, Greenfield, Melton, Zouche, Thoresby, A. Neville, Arundell, Waldby, Scrope, Bowet, Kempe, W. Booth, G. Neville, L. Booth, Rotherham, Savage, Bainbridge, Wolsey, Lee and Holgate. Register Sede Vacante.

York Minster, Dean and Chapter Library

A.C. Acta Capitularia,Chapter Act Books: -1343-1368, 1345-1350, 1352-1426, 1410-1429, 1427-1504, 1468-1480, 1504-1543, 1543-1558, 1559-1673. 1507 Sede Vacante.
Magnum Registrum Album. Fourteenth-century register of St Peter's cathedral, York.
Misc. Reg. Miscellaneous register 1290-1420 (M.2 (4)).
Reg. Vis. Register of visitations, 1410-1426. This register contains some chapter acts of the same years.
Reg. Wills I-III. Register of wills, 1 1321-1493; II 1493-1543; III 1543-1557.
Torre, MS. York Minster. One of the miscellaneous volumes of notes on the medieval clergy of York archbishopric compiled by the antiquarian James Torre (1649-99). References are given in the volume dealing with York Minster to chapter acts of the cathedral which are no longer among the dean and chapter archives:-e.g. A.C. 1373-1376, A.C. 1377-1379, A.C. 1390-1410.
British Museum
Cotton MSS.
Claudius B. iii 'Registrum Chartarum . . . Ecclesiae S. Petri Eboracensis', thirteenth century and later.
Galba E. x ff. 91-147. Chapter registers 1396-1397, 1500, Sede Vacante.
Vespasian E. xix Cartulary of Nostell priory.
Vitellius A. ii ff. 94-131b. Documents connected with the archbishopric and chapter of York, mainly of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.


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