1 edition of History of the Court of Augmentations, 1536-1554 found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 496-508. *** Includes bibliographical references and index.6
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|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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Consequences of the dissolution: key records The Court of Augmentations was established for the purpose of managing the confiscated estates of religious houses.,and : surveys of religious land and institutions taken over by the crown• History of the Court of Augmentations acknowledgements of royal supremacy• : surrenders of monasteries and other religious institutions• To view records which are not online you will need to or.
: sales and leases of ex-monastic land if above a certain annual value calendared in Letters and Papers of Henry VIII• and : correspondence about the Oath of Supremacy and the visitation of monasteries searchable on and 4.
Alternatively, you can use Discovery,to search many of the records series listed in this guide, using search terms such as:• This guide, therefore, covers records relating to the dissolution of all kinds of religious houses, including abbeys, priories, convents and friaries, all of which can also be considered component parts of monasteries.
Monastic property in Ireland In 1540, royal commissioners surveyed monastic property in Ireland. : treason trial records of clerics who refused to surrender their houses 5. 247 and : warrants for pension grants to former monks and nuns• : inventories of religious houses 5.
Alternatively, use the in to try searching any series using your own search terms or those recommended inabove.
: trial records of clerics who refused to take the 1536-1554 : sales and leases of ex-monastic land if below a certain annual value• 1 Audits and inventories of ex-monastic estates• This dissolution of the monasteries, as it is known, took place between 1536 and 1540.
There is also a manuscript index of place names• : monastic lands confiscated in Lancashire• 2 1534—1535 The Valor Ecclesiasticus, the greatest survey of ecclesiastical property since 1291. Records in other archives Consult the database on the University College London website, for information on the types and current locations of documents generated by medieval English monasteries.
Consult within the Exchequer records department.
and : court rolls which include accounts for ex-monastic estates• To view records which are not online you will need to or.
Many of the following series cover more than the subject matter listed and with some series you may have to browse through them, by clicking on the links, to find relevant records.