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These 3 inventories were transcribed by volunteers at Glouces

In 1604, James I disposed of the manor of Bishop's Cleeve, which had been held by the Crown since the dissolution, to two London merchants, Peter V

These transcripts of 21 Oxenhall probate inventories have been prepared by volunteer effort at the

This set of 16 inventories (all that survive for this period) from the parish now known as Rudford and Highleadon was transcribed in 2012 by volunt

These 44 inventories were transcribed by members of the Cheltenham Local History Society, and other

This set of inventories, held in the Gloucestershire Archives

Transcripts prepared by trainees and volunteers at Gloucestershire Archives, in sup

Transcripts prepared by trainees at Gloucestershire Archives, in support of editori

During the 17th century, the rectory lands and tithes of Cheltenham and the associated 'chapel' of Charlton Kings descended from Sir Baptist Hicks

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