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Pipe Roll 151: Mich 1305 to Mich 1306

compiled by R.C. Palmer; for corrections or additions, please contact rpalmer@uh.edu

Links take the reader to the first frame of the fronts, dorses, and separated parts of a county account. Each account will run to perhaps many frames over several sheets, front and dorse. Use two browser windows (one for the fronts, one for the dorses) and alternate between them after finishing each sheet (composed of multiple frames). Do not assume an account is finished until the next county heading appears.

Bedfordshire & Buckinghamshire:      front, dorse
Berkshire:      dorse
Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire:      front, dorse
Cornwall:      front, separate continuation
Cumberland:      front, dorse
Dorset & Somerset:      front, separate continuation, a
Essex & Hertfordshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation, a, a
Gloucestershire:      front, dorse
Hampshire:      front, dorse
Herefordshire:      front, dorse
Kent:      front, dorse, separate continuation, a
Lancashire:      dorse, separate continuation
Lincolnshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation
London & Middlesex:      front, dorse, separate continuation, a
Norfolk & Suffolk:      front, separate continuation, a, b, c, d
Northamptonshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation
Northumberland:      front, dorse
Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation, a
Oxfordshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation
Rutland:      dorse
Shropshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation
Staffordshire:      dorse, separate continuation, a
Surrey:      front, dorse, separate continuation
Sussex:      dorse, separate continuation
Warwickshire & Leicestershire:      front, dorse
Westmorland:      dorse
Wiltshire:      front, dorse
Worcestershire:      front
Yorkshire:      front, dorse, separate continuation, a, b
Other Accounts:      front, dorse
Tower of London (under "Kent"):      front, dorse