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Pipe Roll 91: Mich 1246 to Mich 1247

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:     dorse, separate continuation
Berkshire:     front
cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire:     front
Cumberland:     front
Devon:     front
Essex & Hertfordshire:     front, dorse
Gloucestershire:     front, dorse
Hampshire:     dorse, separate continuation
Herefordshire:     front
Kent:     front, dorse
Lincolnshire:     front, dorse
London & Middlesex:     front, dorse
Norfolk & Suffolk:     front, dorse
Northamptonshire:     front, dorse
Northumberland:     front
Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire:     front
Oxfordshire:     dorse
Shropshire:     dorse, separate continuation
Staffordshire:     dorse, separate continuation
Surrey:     front, dorse
Sussex:     dorse
Warwickshire & Leicestershire:     front
Westmorland:     front
Wiltshire:     front, dorse
Yorkshire:     front, dorse
Other Accounts:     front, dorse
: Accounts of
    lands of John de Lacy earl of Lincoln,
    High Peak,
    lands of John son of Philip in Shropshire and Staffordshire,
    lands in Lancashire and Yorkshire,
    lands of William de Percy,
    New Forest,
    Bishopric of Exeter,
    Baldwin de Lisle,
    Bishopric of Bath,
    Chamber of London and Sandwich