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Laud, William (1573-1645) Archbishop of Canterbury

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Biography: ODNB link for Laud, William (1573-1645) Archbishop of Canterbury
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P151998 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P16825 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for William Laud
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
1621-45: diary, corresp and papers
Oxford University: St John's College Library
NRA 7453 St John's Coll
2
corresp
Lambeth Palace Library
NRA 7242 Canterbury office
3
corresp and papers
Lambeth Palace Library
See Annual report 1988
4
1635-40: corresp and papers
British Library, Manuscript Collections
5
1632-44: misc corresp
Parliamentary Archives
NRA 7116 Cave
6
1635-43: household accounts
The National Archives
7
MSS collection
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
8
misc papers
British Library, Manuscript Collections
9
c1640: misc notes
Oxford University: Queen's College Library
NRA 1097 Queen's College
10
1633-40: letters (21) to John Bramhall
Huntington Library
NRA 10029 Hastings
11
letters to John Cosin
Durham University Library, Special Collections
NRA 13564
12
1633-39: corresp with Earl of Strafford
Sheffield Archives
NRA 1083 Wentworth Woodhouse
13
1629-33: letters from James Ussher (abstracts)
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
14
corresp with Gerardus Vossius
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
15
1626-28: letters to warden and fellows of Wadham College, Oxford
Oxford University: Wadham College Library
NRA 8127 Wadham Coll
16
misc corresp and papers rel to Cambridge University
Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
See Catalogue of MSS 1867, passim