Appendix 3
Bibliography of modern works

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Diana E. Greenway

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'Appendix 3: Bibliography of modern works', Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 1: St. Paul's, London (1968), pp. 100-101. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=33845 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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APPENDIX III

Bibliography of modern works containing Fasti covering the period 1066-1300 (fn. 1)

BATH AND WELLS

J. A. Robinson, in Somerset Historical Essays (1921) pp. 54-99.

Deans of Wells, archdeacons of Wells, Bath and Taunton to c. 1200.

A. Watkin, Collectanea III (Somerset Record Soc. lvii, 1942) pp. 51-103.

Precentors, chancellors and treasurers of Wells.

CANTERBURY

W. G. Searle, in The Chronicle of John Stone, monk of Christ Church (Cambridge Antiquarian Soc. Octavo ser. xxxiv, 1902) pp. 157-62.

Priors.

CHICHESTER

H. M. Mayr-Harting, The Bishops of Chichester, 1075-1207 (Chichester Papers xl, 1963).

H. M. Mayr-Harting, in Acta of the Bishops of Chichester, 1075-1207 (Canterbury and York Soc. lvi, 1964) pp. 211-15.

Deans, precentors, chancellors, treasurers and archdeacons to 1207.

DURHAM

G. V. Scammell, 'A note on the chronology of the priors, archdeacons and sheriffs of Durham during the episcopate of Hugh du Puiset', Archaeologia Aeliana 4th ser. xxxiii (1955) 61-5.

Priors and archdeacons, 1154-95.

H. S. Offler, 'The early archdeacons in the diocese of Durham', Transactions of Architectural and Archaeological Soc. of Durham and Northumberland xi (1962) 189-207.

To 1174.

EXETER

A. Morey, in Bartholomew of Exeter (Cambridge, 1937) pp. 114-27.

Archdeacons to c. 1200.

HEREFORD

Z. N. Brooke and C. N. L. Brooke, 'Hereford cathedral dignitaries', Cambridge Historical Journal viii (1944-6) 1-21, 179-85.

Deans, precentors, treasurers, chancellors and archdeacons to c. 1215.

A. Morey and C. N. L. Brooke, in Gilbert Foliot and his Letters (Cambridge, 1965) 267-71.

Deans, precentors, treasurers, archdeacons and canons, 1148-63.

LINCOLN

K. Major, in The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln vii (Lincoln Record Soc. xlvi, 1953) pp. 201-8.

Archdeacons of Lincoln to 1219.

LONDON

C. N. L. Brooke, 'The deans of St. Paul's, c. 1090-1499', Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research xxix (1956) 231-44.

A. Morey and C. N. L. Brooke, in Gilbert Foliot and his Letters (Cambridge, 1965) 271-88.

Deans, archdeacons, masters of the schools and prebendaries, 1163-87.

NORWICH

L. Landon, 'The early archdeacons of Norwich diocese', Proceedings of Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History xx (1930) 11-35.

To 1214.

YORK

C. T. Clay, 'Notes on the chronology of the early deans of York', Yorkshire Archaeological Journal xxxiv (1939) 361-78; 'The early treasurers of York', ibid. xxxv (1943) 7-34; 'The early precentors and chancellors of York', ibid. xxxv (1943) 116-38; 'Notes on the early archdeacons in the church of York', ibid. xxxvi (1944-7) 269-87, 409-34.

To c. 1215.

York Minster Fasti, ed. C. T. Clay, 2 vols. (Yorkshire Archaeological Soc. Record ser. cxxiii-iv, 1957-8).

Deans, precentors, chancellors, treasurers, subdeans, archdeacons and prebendaries to 1307.

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1 Only works which provide full references are listed.