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Doggett Rolls of the Court of Common Pleas, in the reign of Charles II, Mid to late seventeenth century

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Oo.07.30

Scope and Contents

The cases are from Salop and Staffordshire. Three of the mem. are signed by Lockhart, who was second Prothonotary of the Common Pleas from Hil. Term, 20 and 21 Charles II. to and including Hil. Term, 28 and 29 Charles II.; and the 4th by Wyrley, who was third Prothonotary from Easter Term, 20 Charles II. to and including Mich. Term, 39 Charles II. Lockhart's Doggetts after Hil. Term 21 and 22 Charles II. are not in the Record Office. See 2d Rep. Dep. R, Keep., App. 11. p. 79. These Rolls are endorsed 'Fowler's Rolls.'


  • Creation: Mid to late seventeenth century

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Custodial History

In the library by 1861.

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