26 gen 2023 · Fine Rolls Henry III: Project Information You are here: Project Information Project Information Document Contents 1. The Nature of the fine rolls 2. The Aims of the project 3. The Conception, structure and progress of the project 1. The Nature of the fine rolls The fine rolls were the earliest surviving rolls compiled by the English royal chancery.
24 gen 2023 · by viewing a full translated text of any of the rolls (accessible through the Translations page) for 1–57 Henry III (1216–1272);; by viewing the images of all the Fine Rolls (accessible through the Images page) for 1–57 Henry III (1216–1272) – for more information on how to use the manuscript viewer see the section on Image Viewer;
26 gen 2023 · The use of the chamber called Gloriette in 1260 to store 29 parts from decaying crossbows and six rotten and useless tubs was, like Henry III’s wider fortunes at this time, only a temporary setback. 1.2. C 60/58, Fine Roll 45 Henry III (28 October 1260–27 October 1261), membrane 16d Image of roll C 60/58, membrane m.16 dorse 1.2.1. 198
26 gen 2023 · Covers the latter part of the reign of Henry III. Inquisitions Post Mortem. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904. digitised by double rekeying. Citation: Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 1, Henry III, ed. J E E S Sharp (London, 1904), British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.
25 gen 2023 · Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 5, 1242-1247. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1916. This premium content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.
23 gen 2023 · Henry VII spent over £ 4,000 on works at Woodstock between 1494 and 1503, including major alterations to the hall, probably reroofing. Although not mentioned in accounts the large gatehouse, which contained some 14 rooms, (fn. 2) was attributed to Henry VII in an inscription, and he was said to have built the front and the outer court.
23 gen 2023 · Fifth Charter of Henry III. [See p. 43.] Henry, by the grace of God, king of England, lord of Ireland, duke of Normandy and Aquitain, earl of Anjou; to his archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, earls, barons, justices, sheriffs, rulers, ministers, foresters, and all bailiffs, and faithful subjects, greeting.