Barton-in-Fabis St George


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Lambeth Palace Library

COMM/12A/13/272-273 Parliamentary Surveys 1647-1656

COMM/2/50 Presentation deeds and institution papers, June 1657

Nottinghamshire Archives

DD 257/1/2 Diary of Revd Fitzgerald Wintour.

PR 419-422 Glebe Terriers [4], 1686-1840.

PR 426 Church Seat Plan 1806.

PR 23661 and 23662 Church Restoration 1931-1934.

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