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Text from the Canon of the Mass; possibly written in the southern Netherlands or Rhineland. First line 1r: Te igitur clementissime. First line 1v: tibi fides cognita est . et nota devoti.

Postilla super Epistolas Pauli

Piece from Hugh of St. Cher's Postilla super Epistolas Pauli. Contains the end of the prologue and the opening of Romans. Written in England; this fragment taken from a binding with the pressmark D.D.3.

Parish records of Burnby

  • fonds
  • [15th century]-1992

Includes register of christenings, 1584-1623, 1627-1990; register of marriages, 1584-1623, 1627-1835, 1838-1975; register of burials, 1584-1623, 1627-1992; register of services, 1916-1939; records concerning benefice income, including tithe papers...

Church of England, Burnby, St. Giles, parish


Unidentified text appearing to be a portion of a sermon on the Annunciation; written in England and used in a binding, with sixteenth-century scribbles including "Constantine the greate the first Christian Emperour." First line 1r: eae...


Thomas del Dam of York; John de Dronffeld and Grace his wife.1 built messuage in Askerne; 1 bovate arable land, scattered among the fields of Askerne.Wit: Adam de Mirfeld of Smeton, Thomas Saynt Paule of Campsall, Nicholas Brayton of the same, Edm...


Agnes, wldow of John de Lynlay of Cowick to William de Lynlay her son grant of lands in Cowick.


Bifolium showing what is most likely a reference table for the Eusebius-Jerome Chronicon.Physical Description: Parchment bifolium with distinct dry-point rule on 1v and 2r, outer recto and verso somewhat yellowed, inner verso and recto still very...


Margaret de Snayth, widow; Thomas Dylcock of Balne.Third part of a moiety of a toft or garden, lately the manor of Richard de Snayth, with the third part of a moiety of a dovecote therein, and the third part of the moiety of the base of a windmill...


William Bakester and Robert Child of Pollington; Agnes, wife of John Benet of Pollington, senior.All lands, tenements, meadows, woods, pastures, etc., which they had of the gift and feoffment of John Benet senior within the soke of Snaith.Alice is...


Symond Curson of Hickleton; William de Bladworth of Bramwith, William Forster, Thomas Schotbyre, William de Hyll of Fishlake.2 messuages in Fishlake, between the messuages of the late William Lyttster of Stainforth and John Pynder, to east, and th...


Deed from John Daunay the elder to William Daunay his son grant of rents and lands in Snaith.


Thomas Dylcock of Balne, senior, and Katherine his wife, with the assent of Aveline de Layburne their friend and mother; William their son.Messuage and appurtenances in Snaith, lately belonging to William Moldeson, with the tenement of Henry son o...


Roger Heton of Moss; Richard Heton his son, chaplain, and John Swaine of Moss.A built messuage in a croft called Lyttill croft, with the messuage of John Swale to the west and a lane leading to the mill dyke to the east, together with the croft th...


William Burgoyne and Isabella his wife; Robert Boswell and Alice his wife.A waste toft in Pollington, lately in the tenure of John Child of Pollington.20d. per annum, payable in equal parts at Whitsun and Martinmas, with power of distraint if the ...


Unidentified theological text with quotations from the New Testament and drawing upon the work of various philosophers. First line 1r: ne p(er) moysen d(icitu)r . viii . Leuire rada(n)t oc(ulu)s. First line 1v: Tertia sp(irit)es fugie(n)dor(um...

Divinae Institutiones

Leaves from Lactantius's 'Divinae Institutiones', containing 6.12.21-6.22.5. First line 1r: Non minus magnum opus est iustitae pupillos ac viduas destitutos. First line 1v: volucribus in predam iacere . sed reddemus id terre und...

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