Cartulary, 1312-1345 [microform]
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- Benedictine Abbey of St. Peter's (Chertsey, England)
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- Canberra : National Library of Australia, [19--]
- 1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm.
This cartulary is a volume containing a collection of charters and other evidences of property made by owners, usually religious houses or other ecclesiastical bodies. The Chertsey Cartulary relates to St Peter's Benedictine Abbey at Chertsey in the County of Surrey. For more details see C.A. Burmester's "National Library of Australia : guide to the collections", vol. 4, p. 59-60.
- Microfilm copy of originals held the National Library of Australia at NLA MS 1097.
- Time Coverage:
- 1312, 1345
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