A collection of remarks upon the history of advowsons, tithes, manors and other, similar, historial subjects in various Cambridgeshire parishes compiled by John Caley when secretary of the Record Commission in answer to enquirers, with transcripts and extracts from documents.
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- ReferenceGB 12 MS Add.5777
- Dates of Creation1805-1815
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- Language of MaterialEnglish .
- Physical Description2 archive box(es) 2 Boxes
Scope and Content
Arranged by parishes in rough alphabetical order.
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Purchased from Bernard Halliday, bookseller, 30 June 1914.
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