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FULLER, Alfred (original documents relating to London and Middlesex)

Senate House Library, University of London -- Special Collections


This is a collection of property documents (title deeds etc) containing lists of property owners. It has a scattered chronological and geographical basis, with various internal indexes to the collections by place, county and date.

Detailed usage description

Contents include copies of correspondence, court rolls, rent rolls, grants, conveyances, rentals, deeds, bonds, indentures, and other legal papers relating to London and the surrounding area, 1597-1774. Many relate to London and the Home Counties

Some of the documents are in Latin and some have seals attached. Some are in obscure and difficult to read English hands with numerous abbreviations.

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If you have a general interest in the history of the South East, this collection will probably be of interest. If you would like to browse these documents, email , Senate House Library, University of London.

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More Information

The catalogue number for this collection is MS Fuller. A collection level description of this collection is available on AIM25.

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Abstracting information

Usage Themes Geographic area covered Size of collection Dates
  • Local history
  • Occupations
  • Contextualising information
  • Pre 1750

London and southern England

102 items are included.

1597 -- 1774


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