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Lochner, ed. 'Briefe der Felicitas Grundherrin, Klosterfrau zu St. Klara in N'urnberg zwischen 1509 und 1529,)' Historische-politische Bl'atter 44 (1859) 378-395; 441-469. Grundherrin
Hospitals of St. Giles and St. John, at Wilton Dugdale, William, Sir English Wiltshire
College of the Vicars Choral of Lichfield Cathedral Dugdale, William, Sir English
Manuel des Missions Catholique. Arens, Bernard French
Carmelites, or White Friars of Aylesford, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Durand, Georges, Histoire de l'Eglise de St. Pierre des Dames de Remiremont 2 vol, (Epinal: 1929-31. Durand
Abbey of St. James, Northampton Dugdale, William, Sir English Northamptonshire
Sutton at Hone Commandry, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
The Monastic Remains of Norfolk and Suffolk Messent, C.J.
Black Friars of Newcastle Under Line, in Staffordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Staffordshire
Austin Friars of Ludlow, in Shropshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Shropshire
Priory of Worspring, or Wordspring, in Somersetshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Somerset
St. John's Hospital at Exeter Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon
Registra Episcopi Johannes Peckham Peckham
Gilbertine Priory at Cambridge Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire
Catologus Monasteriorum et Personarum Ordinis Cisterciensis, A.D. 1974 Italian
Destroyed Monastery of Sapalanda Dugdale, William, Sir English
Austin Cell of Sheringham, in Norfolk Dugdale, William, Sir English Norfolk
Maison Dieu and St. Leonard's Hospitals, at Derby Dugdale, William, Sir English Derbyshire
College of Glaseney, alias Penryn, in Cornwall Dugdale, William, Sir English Cornwall
'Ehemalige Dominikaner-Nonnen-Kl'oster in Bayern,' Augsburger Postz. Jahrg. 214 (1900), 267, 268, 269.
Priory of Acley, or Lyre Ogle, in Herefordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Herfordshire
Grey Friars of Maidstone, in Kent Dugdale, William, Sir English Kent
Destroyed Monastery of Bancornaburgh, in Flintshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Flint
Syon, or Brentford Hospital Dugdale, William, Sir English
Ripon, or Rippon Monastery, in Yorkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Yorkshire
Abbey of St. Remigius, at Rheims Dugdale, William, Sir English Champagne-Ardenne
Constitutiones Sororum Ordinis Praedicatorum, Archivum Ordinis Praedicatorum 3 (1897-98), 337-38.
Hospital at Seaford Dugdale, William, Sir English Sussex
College at Banbury, in Oxfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Oxfordshire
Trinitarian Friars of Berwick, in Northumberland Dugdale, William, Sir English Northumberland
Priory of Plympton, in Devonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon
Little Maplestead Preceptory, in Essex Dugdale, William, Sir English Essex
The Medieval Family: European and North American Research Directions
Black Friars of Stamford, in Lincolnshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Austin Friars of Huntingdon Dugdale, William, Sir English Cambridgeshire
Newenham Priory, in Bedfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English
Plumtree's Hospital, in Nottingham Dugdale, William, Sir English Nottinghamshire
Priory of Alvingham, or Affingham, in Lincolnshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Destroyed Monastery of Wilcheswood, in Langton Matravers, Dorsetshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Dorset
Priory of Wymondesley Parva, in Hertfordshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Herfordshire
Broughton Hospital Dugdale, William, Sir English Norfolk
Cathedral of Lincoln Dugdale, William, Sir English Lincolnshire
Alien Priory of Wence, in Buckinghamshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Buckinghamshire
Grey Friars of Chester Dugdale, William, Sir English Cheshire
Onze centenari del monestir de Sant Joan de les Abadesses Catalonia (Catalunya)
Destroyed Monastery of Crayke, in Yorkshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Yorkshire
Hospital at Lutterworth Dugdale, William, Sir English Leicestershire
Vivarium: An International Journal for the Philosophy and Intellectual Life of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Collegiate Church of Slapton, in Devonshire Dugdale, William, Sir English Devon

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