2 edition of vestry book and accounts of the churchwardens of St. Mary"s Leicester, 1652-1729. found in the catalog.
vestry book and accounts of the churchwardens of St. Mary"s Leicester, 1652-1729.
Leicester, Eng. St. Mary"s parish.
The book was transcribed some years ago by Col. G.C. Bellairs, and printed in sections in the Transactions of the Leicestershire architectural and archaeological society. Reprinted with an index as a companion volume to the Register book of St. Mary"s 1909. cf. Introd.
|Statement||Issued with an introduction by John Rutledge Abney. Indexed by Henry Hartopp.|
|Contributions||Abney, John Rutledge., Hartopp, Henry., Bellairs, George Clarke, b. 1826.|
|LC Classifications||BX5195.L35 S3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., xvii, 224 p.|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||15011661|
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The vestry book and accounts of the churchwardens of St. Mary's Leicester, (Leicester, Clarke & Satchell, printers, ), by Eng. Mary's parish Leicester, George Clarke Bellairs, Henry Hartopp, and John Rutledge Abney (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Leicester (England). Mary's parish. Vestry book and accounts of the churchwardens of St. Mary's Leicester, Leicester, Clarke & Satchell, printers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Rutledge Abney; Henry Hartopp; George Clarke Bellairs; Leicester (England).
Mary's parish. The vestry book and accounts of the churchwardens of St. Mary's Leicester, By Eng. Mary's parish.
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Mary's Leicester, Issued with an introduction by John Rutledge Abney. Indexed by Henry Hartopp () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Leicester, Eng. Mary's parish. Churchwardens’ Accounts of St Mary at Hill, London,in: Henry Littlehales (ed.), The Medieval Records of aLondon City Church (St.
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