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visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini 1664

Bysshe, Edward Sir

visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini 1664

made by Sir Edward Bysshe, knt.

by Bysshe, Edward Sir

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Published by 1933. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Visitations, Heraldic -- England -- Norfolk.,
  • Heraldry -- England -- Norfolk.,
  • Norfolk (England) -- Genealogy -- Genealogy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited and annotated by A. W. Hughes Clarke and Arthur Campling.
    GenreGenealogy
    SeriesThe publications of the Harleian society v. 85
    ContributionsHughes Clarke, A. W. b. 1873 ed., Campling, Arthur, 1870 or 71-1947 ed., College of Arms (Great Britain)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS410 .H3 vol.85 & 86
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16339722M
    LC Control Number34015095

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      Author of A visitation of the county of Essex, The visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini , A visitations of the county of Kent, begun anno Dni. MDCLXIII., finished anno Dni. MDCLXVIII, Bibliotheca Bissæana, sive, Catalogus librorum in omni arte & linguâ præstantissimorum, A visitation of the county of Surrey, begun MDCLXII, finished MDCLXVIII, The visitation . (2)- A. W. Hughes Clarke and Arthur Campling, editors, The Visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini , Vol. 2 (M-Z) of 2 volumes (London, England: The Harleian Society, Quintin Publications, ). The Visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini , was made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt., Clarencieux King of Arms, pages , , and

    The Visitation of Norfolk, Anno Domini made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt. Clarenceux King of Arts, Volume II M-Z. (Part II) Vol. IV: The Visitation of Norfolk, Anno Domini made by Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt. Clarenceux King of Arts, Volume I A-L (Part I) Vol. III: St. Benet of Holme, The visitation of Norfolk, anno Domini , made by Sir Edward Bysshe, knt.


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