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Bath and Wells Diocese

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The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

Date: 1300-2008
Places:
  • Somerset
  • Bath, Somerset
Functions, occupations and activities: Church of England > Dioceses
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C50124 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O37977 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
14th-20th cent: records
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 18411
2
c1300: inventory of royal and papal charters found, c1300, in the Treasury at Wells
Longleat House
See GRC Davis Medieval Cartularies (no.22)
3
1351-1778: Somerset estate papers 1351-1541
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 28398 Somerset Arch Soc
4
14th-16th cent: manorial and estate records
Lambeth Palace Library
See Sayers, Estate Documents at Lambeth Palace Library
5
1519: receiver general's account
Surrey History Centre
NRA 9475 More-Molyneux
6
early 16th cent: precedent book of bishop's secretary (?)
Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society
See Guide 1985
7
1629-1972: further records
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
See Accessions to repositories 1986
8
1734-35: assignation book, court of the vicar general
Lambeth Palace Library
NRA 7188 Canterbury Arches
9
1742-1826: registrar's accounts
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
NRA 7427 Francis
10
1663-1840: consistory court and other diocesan papers
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 28398 Somerset Arch Soc
11
1585-1763: consistory court papers
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 28398 Somerset Arch Soc
12
1741-42: citations to the consistory court (10 papers)
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 28398 Somerset Arch Soc
13
1912-2008: committee minutes
Somerset Heritage Centre (South West Heritage Trust)

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