Catalogue description Exchequer: Treasury of the Receipt: Deeds of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, Marshalsea Inquisition
|Title:||Exchequer: Treasury of the Receipt: Deeds of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, Marshalsea Inquisition|
Exemplification under the seal of the court of the marshalsea of the household of an inquisition and subsequent proceedings on a plea of nuisance brought against the prior of Holy Trinity alias Christchurch, Aldgate, London, concerning the repair of a bridge in Braughing, Herts, transferred from the Exchequer Treasury of Receipt.
The document is an exemplification of a record of the court of the Marshalsea and originally formed part of the muniments of the Priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, London.
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Physical description:||1 parchment membranes|
|Custodial history:||The document came to the Exchequer as part of the muniments of Holy Trinity, Aldgate. These probably came into the crown's hands following the dissolution of the Priory in 1532 or possibly after the forfeiture of the property of the duke of Norfolk in 1572. The muniments were originally kept together in a separate chest, but were subsequently dispersed among the other records held in the Treasury of Receipt.|
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