The Magna Carta Project

Canterbury

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Notification of the King's grant of the perpetual vicarage of the church of Wigan to Adam clerk of Freckleton, at the request of Ranulph, treasurer of Salisbury, parson of Wigan (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King’s grant of protection to Malling Priory (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King’s confirmation of the manor of Cheveley to Gilbert Peche (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King’s grant of two acres in Eastbrook to the nuns of St Mary de Pré (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King’s grant to Robert de Cantimerula of Dalwood (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King’s grant to the nuns of St Mary de Pré of an annual fair (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King's grant to Gundreda, widow of Geoffrey Hose, of custody of Geoffrey Hose her son (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

Notification of the King's confirmation of High Laver to Richard fitz Aucher, as granted to William fitz Aucher, Richard's father, by Henry II (Charters not found in surviving rolls) (issued in)

A meeting with the Cistercian abbots (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

A meeting with the Cistercian abbots (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

John sends an embassy to the papal court (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

Rochester is garrisoned by the rebels (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

John's fears of French invasion abate (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

The terrible end of Hugh de Boves (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

The terrible end of Hugh de Boves (The Itinerary of King John) (place)

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