2 edition of Records of some sessions of the peace in Lincolnshire, 1381-1396 found in the catalog.
Records of some sessions of the peace in Lincolnshire, 1381-1396
Lincolnshire (Great Britain). Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace.
by Printed for the Lincoln Record Society by the Hereford Times in Hereford
Written in English
|Other titles||Parts of Lindsey.|
|Statement||edited by Elisabeth G. Kimball. Vol.2, The parts of Lindsey.|
|Series||The publications of the Lincoln Record Society -- 56|
|Contributions||Kimball, Elisabeth G. 1900-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||331|
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