Danethorpe Church


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National Archives E179/159/10 m1d: third and final collection of the grant of three fifteenths and tenths made in September 1337

National Archives E179/159/101 m3: communal assessment for the fifteenth and tenth granted on 4 November 1463

National Archives E179/160/288 rot 2d: the second of three fifteenths and tenths granted in May 1624

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AN/PB 299/18
AN/PB 328/11/6
AN/PB 328/13/23
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