Adbolton All Hallows


Primary sources

National Archives E179/159/153 m2: assessment of the first payment of the 1543 subsidy for the wapentake of Bingham

Printed primary sources

Calendar of the Charter Rolls, Vol II, Henry III-Edward I, 1257-1300. London: HMSO (1906)

Inquisitions and assessments Relating to Feudal aids, 1284-1431, Vol IV, London: HMSO (1906)

[The] Red Book of the Exchequer. Edited by Hubert Hall. 3 Vols. London: HMSO. (1896). Vol 2.

[The] Register of Walter Giffard, Lord Archbishop of York 1266-1279. Surtees Society Vol 109, Durham: Andrews (1904)

Yeatman, J P, (n.d.), Extracts from the Pipe Rolls: Nottingham and Derby. London: Bemrose

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