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Derbs, Staffs, Lancs, Ches, Salop, St Davids diocese, Llandaff diocese and Sussex. With…

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Derbs, Staffs, Lancs, Ches, Salop, St Davids diocese, Llandaff diocese and Sussex. With an index of counties at front

253ff The transcripts supplying gaps in the original returns for Chester diocese, Lancs, (ff 57-70) and St Davids diocese (ff 113-146) have been printed in the Record Commission, Valor Ecclesiasticus, ed J Caley and J Hunter (London, 1810-1834) V, pp 219-234 and IV, pp 379-414 respectively; illuminated initials ff 1, 21, 57, 113, 148, 175 and 226
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