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'Abbreviations', London and Middlesex Chantry Certificate 1548: London Record Society 16 (1980), pp. VII-VIII. URL: Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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APCActs of the Privy Council of England, ed. J. R. Dasent and others (46 vols, 1890–1964)
BCPRO, E 301/88, Brief Certificate of Colleges and Chantries in London and Middlesex
CPRCalendar of Patent Rolls
DugdaleW. Dugdale, History of St Paul's Cathedral, ed. and continued by H. Ellis (1818)
E 101PRO, Exchequer Various Accounts. (Those cited are the pension rolls for London, E 101/75/21 and Middlesex, E 101/75/22 respectively)
E 117PRO, Exchequer King's Remembrancer, Church Goods
E 135PRO, Exchequer King's Remembrancer, Ecclesiastical Documents
E 301PRO, Exchequer Augmentation Office, Certificates of Colleges and Chantries
GuildhallGuildhall Library
Harley 601British Library, MS. Harley 601
HennessyG. Hennessy, Novum Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense (1898)
HustingCalendar of Wills Proved and Enrolled in the Court of Husting, ed. R. R. Sharpe (2 vols, 1889–90)
LPLetters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, ed. J. S. Brewer and others (21 vols, 1864–1920)
LR 2PRO, Exchequer Office of Auditors of Land Revenue, Miscellaneous Books
PROPublic Record Office
PROB 11PRO, Prerogative Court of Canterbury, Registered Copy Wills
Sparrow SimpsonDocuments illustrating the History of St Paul's Cathedral, ed. W. Sparrow Simpson (Camden Society, new series, xxvi, 1880)
SC 6PRO, Special Collections, Ministers' Accounts. (Those cited are the accounts for Michaelmas 2 Edward VI for London, SC 6/Edw. VI/293 and Middlesex, SC 6/Edw. VI/298 respectively)
t.In the tenure of
ValorValor Ecclesiasticus, ed. J. Caley and J. Hunter (6 vols, 1810–34)
WD26St Paul's Cathedral Library: the original return of the dean and chapter to the commissioners in 1548
WaltersH. B. Walters, London Churches at the Reformation (1939)
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