Laxton St Michael


Primary Sources

Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1572-5, no. 2829, p. 457

Valor Ecclesiasticus, 1535, v, 128

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Robert Thoroton, Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, 3rdedn.,ed J Throsby (1797) III, 312

Rufford Charters, Vol I (1972)

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University of Nottingham, Manvers MSS

Nottinghamshire Archives:  PR 4092, DD.846/1/26; PR 4084-7, 8487

Sir Stephen Glynne’s notebooks, 1854.

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A.H. Thompson, ‘Chantry Certificate Rolls for the County of Nottinghamshire’, TTS, 17 (1913), 61-4