References

References to Sources.

Books

{B1}. The Surnames Handbook by Debbie Kennett, 2012, The History Press.
{B2}. Medieval Cheshire by Hewitt p. 48.
{B3}. The Kniveton Leiger. Transcript by the Historical Manuscripts Commission of the cartulary of the Kniveton family of Bradley, Derbyshire of the early thirteenth century. Published by Her Majesty’s Stationery Office in 1977.

Documents

{D1}. Canterbury Cathedral Dean and Chapter Archive: Chartae Antiquae C; Grant with quitclaim CCA-DCc-ChAnt/C/448. 25 Mar 1266×24 Mar 1267.
{D2}. Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Services, Chester City Quarter Sessions, Crownmote Court Rolls, QCR/1 1316-18.
{D3}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1323, Membrane 18d.
{D4}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1343, Membrane 43d.
{D5}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1350, Membrane 12d, September 20, Westminster.
{D6}. Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service, Troutbeck and Talbot Family, Manors of Little Neston and Hargrave, DDX 178/1, 2 January 1383/4.
{D7}. Cartulary of Dale Abbey, Avrom Saltman, 1967 368-369, 545 (CPG 53/1/22), Historical Manuscripts Commission JP11.
{D8}. The Judicial Chronicle by George Gibbs. 1834, Cambridge, Mass.
{D9}. The Assize of the Forest Hen III 1252 Roll 1, The Life of Lord President John Bradshawe 1602-1659 p135 Notes to Ch 5.
{D10}. Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 1886, Vol viii, p42, Calendar of Fines: Derbyshire.
{D11}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 297 on page 147.
{D12}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 260 on page 132.
{D13}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 215n on page 111.
{D14}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 216n on page 112. Also, Tutbury Cartulary, 139.
{D15}. Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 1888, Vol X, Calendar of Fines: Derbyshire.
{D16}. Staffordshire Hist. Collections Vol11, p313-314. The Cartulary of Trentham Priory.
{D17}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 216n on page 112, 224n on page 117.
{D18}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 321 on page 159, 324 on page 160, 325 on page 161, 333 on page 164 & 335 on page 165.
{D19}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 363 on page 178.
{D20}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 226 on page 117.
{D21}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 126 on page 74.
{D22}. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Vol 3 Edw I, 1291 – 1300. 26 Edw I (1298) Public Records Office and the Internet Archive.
{D23}. The Kniveton Leiger, Lincoln Chapter Library A/1/9, Reproduced in book form by The Historical Manuscripts Commission in 1977 and item 456 on page 231.
{D24}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw II, Vol 2, Membrane 12, P25.
{D25}. Chester City Quarter Sessions, Crownmote Court Rolls, QCR/1, 1316-1318. Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service.
{D26}. Plea Rolls for Staffordshire, 15 Edw II, Coram Rege Roll, Easter (1322). Staffordshire Historical Collections Vol 10, Pt 1.
{D27}. The National Archives, SC 8/8/396 Ancient Petitions, 351-400; SC 8/158/7879 Ancient Petitions 7851-7900; SC 8/200/9988 Ancient Petitions 9951-10000.
{D28}. Internet Archive (www.archive.org). Calendar of the Close Rolls of Edw II, Membrane 15, 1323 Jan 25, Newark.
{D29}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III Vol 1. 1327 Feb 19th , Westminster, Membranes 26 and 30.
{D30}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III Vol 1. 1329 June 24th Rochester, Membrane 13d.
{D31}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 2, 1330 Dec 18th Westminster, Membrane 19d.
{D32}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 2, 1331 Oct 12th Westminster, Membrane 9d.
{D33}. Calendar of Close Rolls, Edw III, 1333-1337, 1334 Nov 25th, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Membrane 4d.
{D34}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 6, 1343 Feb 4th, Kennington, Membrane 43d.
{D35}. Calendar of Close Rolls, Edw III, Vol 6, 1343 Feb 10th, Kennington, Membrane 34d.
{D36}. Calendar of the Close Rolls, Edw III, Vol 9, 1345 Oct 20 – Nov 8, Membrane 7d.
{D37}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Part II, Vol 8, 1350 Aug 10th, Westminster, Membrane 11d, and 1350 Sep 20th, Westminster, Membrane 12d.
{D38}. Calendar of Recognizance Rolls of the Palatinate of Chester, 1353 Sep 5th, m. 2d. (8).
{D39}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 9,1351 Oct 28, Westminster, Membrane 4.
{D40}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 10, 1354 June 27, Westminster, Membrane 21.
{D41}. Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edw III, Vol 10, 1356 Feb 10, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Membrane 22.
{D42}. Calendar of Contents of Liber Albus, The White Book of the City of Dublin, 1261 paragraphs 25i, 26i, 27, 1262-3, para 31, 32, 42, and others. Also, the Chartulary of St Mary’s Abbey, Dublin, Internet archive, paragraph 213.
{D43}. Records of the Court of Common Pleas – Plea Rolls. The National Archives CP 40/432, folio 469. March 1346 and 10/Nov/1368.
{D44}. Victoria County History of Cheshire, Vol V, Part 2.
{D45}. Calendar of Recognizance Rolls of the Palatinate of Chester. 1382 May 31. [5,6,&7 Ric. 2. m. 1 (2).]
{D46}. Chancery Pleadings. The National Archives, C 1/6/173, date uncertain, probably 1424 – 26.
{D47}. Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies. Manors of Little Neston and Hargrave, DDX 178/4, 18 Dec 1431.
{D48} www.historyofparliamentonline.org
{D49}. Calendar of the Patent Rolls, 2 Ric. III, membrane 21 (5), p 3, 10 May 1485, entry 25.
{D50}. Nottingham University Library, Dept of Manuscripts and Special Collections, Mi 6/171/20 c.1581. Willoughby, Lords Middleton of Wollaton, Notts.
{D51}. www.historyofparliamentonline.org Volume 1509 – 1558
{D52}. Ward Index Ref 4. Polhill II 7.
{D53}. Canterbury Cathedral Archives, CCA-DCc-ChAnt/C/449, 51HenIII, so 28 Oct 1266 to 27 Oct 1267.
{D54}. Fine Rolls of Henry III, 53 Hen III, AD 1269.
{D55}. Canterbury Cathedral Archives, CCA-DCc-ChAnt/C/483, 7 Edw I, 25 Mar – 19 Nov 1279.
{D56}. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, 21 Edw I, Vol 3 1291 – 1300, 118 John de Planaz. The Public Records Office.
{D57}. Website of Roger Sheldon (no longer accessible) listing documents he has consulted from the Archives of the Sevenoaks Library and Museum during the 1960s and probably since transferred to Springfield, Maidstone.
{D58}. Faversham Borough Records held at the Centre for Kentish Studies. Ref: Fa/CP/w/2, 30 September 1562.
{D59}. www.genealogy.mallen.org.uk . If you go through the Ahnentafel list of his ancestors until you come to one of the early Bradburns and click on the Bradburn name, you will be taken to the details about that Bradburn, including full transcripts of the source documents. Sir Roger(1) is Mark Allen’s 21st great grandfather.,
{D60}. Lugard, Cecil Edward (ed.), Calendar of the cases for Derbyshire from Eyre and Assize Rolls preserved in the P.R.O., (Barnston, 1938). 1256 to 1272, p109 roll 144 1269 “Roger is the son of Henry of Ashbourne and is in the custody of Margaret, countess of Derby and lands in the custody of Edmund king’s son”
{D61}. Lugard, Cecil Edward (ed.), Calendar of the cases for Derbyshire from Eyre and Assize Rolls preserved in the P.R.O., (Barnston, 1938). Page 109.
{D62}. Golob, P.E., The Ferrers Earls of Derby : A study of the Honour of Tutbury (1066 – 1279). (University of Cambridge, Ph.D. thesis, 1984), no. 111. An appendix to the thesis calendars all of the Ferrers charters of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
Also, “Confirmation by William II de Ferrers to Godard of Bradbourne of all the land which Geoffrey de Caux granted him.” (1190 x 1210) 210. Transcript: Canbridge University Library Add. Ms 3915a ¼ f260 – “ex originale penes praenobilem Geo. Marchinem Tounshend”; BM Add. Ms 6671 f29 (abbreviated) – “ex evidentiis praenobilis Domini Geo. Comitis Leicestria”.This suggests that the document is in the papers of the Marquess of Townshend who is a descendant of the Derbyshire Bradburns and holds many of the family papers.
{D63}. Much of the information on the relationship between the Prior of Dunstable and the rectors of the church of Bradeburne in the thirteenth century comes from Jean Yates (whose mother-in-law was, coincidentally, a de Cauz) who was the Project Officer of the Medieval Dunstable Project www.medievaldunstable.org.uk

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