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Chertsey Abbey cartularies, volume II, part I: being the second portion of the Cartulary in the Public Record Office
Bib ID 2836722
Format BookBook
Author
Chertsey Abbey
 
Description Frome ; London : Printed by Butler and Tanner for the Surrey Record Society, 1958 
v. ; 26 cm. 
Series

Surrey Record Society ; v . 12.

Notes

Exchequer K.R. Miscellaneous Books, 25 -- T.p.

"Volume XII (continued)" --T.p.

Library has v. 12 (continued) as well as a separate photocopy of v. 12 (concluded)

Accompanied by a complimentary slip from the Surrey Record Office, available in the Rare Books Room.

Subjects Chertsey Abbey - Charters, grants, privileges.  |  Cartularies.  |  Chertsey (Surrey) - Church history - Sources.  |  Church lands - England - Surrey - History - Sources.
Other authors/contributors Surrey Record Society  |  Butler & Tanner (Printer)

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