2 edition of Calendar of Kent feet of fines to the end of Henry III"s reign found in the catalog.
Calendar of Kent feet of fines to the end of Henry III"s reign
Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas.
|Statement||prepared in collaboration by Irene J. Churchill, Ralph Griffin, F. W. Hardman ; with an introduction by Frank W. Jessup.|
|Series||Kent records -- v. 15|
|Contributions||Churchill, Irene Josephine, 1887-, Jessup, Frank W., Griffin, Ralph Hare, 1854-1941|
|LC Classifications||DA570 K3 G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cxxxvi, 486 p. --|
|Number of Pages||486|
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Get this from a library. Calendar of Kent feet of fines to the end of Henry III's reign. [Ralph Griffin; Irene Josephine Churchill; F W Hardman; Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas.; Kent Archaeological Society. Records Branch.]. Get this from a library.
Calendar of Kent feet of fines, to the end of Henry III's reign. [Irene Josephine Churchill; Frank W Jessup; Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas.].
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