Part 1: Abbreviations

The Bede Roll of the Fraternity of St Nicholas. Originally published by London Record Society, London, 2004.

This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.

'Part 1: Abbreviations', in The Bede Roll of the Fraternity of St Nicholas, (London, 2004) pp. ix-xii. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/london-record-soc/vol39/ix-xii [accessed 11 April 2024]

In this section

ABBREVIATIONS

I. ABBREVIATED REFERENCES (*denotes series of records in The National Archives: Public Record Office)

Adams RH Adams, The Parish Clerks of London (1971)
Baillie Biographical Notes H Baillie, 'Some Biographical Notes on English church musicians, chiefly working in London (1485–1569)', Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, vol 2 (1962), 18–57
Barron, Index to Corporation Journals 1416–63 MS index to the journals of the Corporation of London 1416–63 compiled by Professor CM Barron and deposited in the Corporation of London Records Office
Basing Parish Fraternity Register Parish Fraternity Register. Fraternity of the Holy Trinity and SS Fabian and Sebastian in the Parish of St Botolph Without Aldersgate, ed P Basing, LRS, vol XVIII (1982)
Beaven AB Beaven, Aldermen of the City of London, 2 vols (1908–13)
Biographical Dictionary of English Court Musicians Biographical Dictionary of English Court Musicians 1485–1714, compiled by A Ashbee and D Lasocki, assisted by P Holman and F Kisby, 2 vols (1998)
BL British Library
Bowers, Lists of Windsor musicians Bowers, Check-list of names of the clerks and choristers, masters of the choristers, and organists [at St George's Chapel, Windsor] (unpublished, copy at St George's Chapel Archives)
BR The Bede Roll of the Fraternity of St Nicholas (Guildhall MS 4889)
C Chancery*
Catalogue of Ancient Deeds A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds preserved in the Public Record Office, vol I (1890)
Calendar of Patent Rolls Calendar of the Patent Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Edward IV, A.D. 1461–1467 (1897); Edward IV, Henry VI, A.D. 1467–14/7 (1900); Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III, A.D. 1476–1485 (1901); Edward VI, Years 2–3, A.D. 1548–1549 (1924)
Christianson CP Christianson, A Directory of London Stationers and Book Artisans 1300–1500 (1990)
Christie J Christie, Some account of Parish Clerks (privately printed, 1893)
CLRO Corporation of London Records Office
Darlington London London Consistory Court Wills
Consistory Court Wills 1492–1547, ed I Darlington, LRS, vol III (1967)
Davis V Davis, Electronic database of medieval ordinations. The entries for ordinations in London diocese have been published as a CD-Rom with a printed introduction, Clergy in London in the Late Middle Ages (2000)
DNB The Dictionary of National Biography (1908–9), with Supplements (new edition in preparation)
E 101 Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Accounts Various c1154–c1830*
Early Chancery Proceedings List of Early Chancery Proceedings preserved in the Public Record Office, 10 vols (1901–63)
Emden BRUC to 1500 AB Emden, A Biographical Register of the University of Cambridge to 1500, 3 vols (1957–9)
Emden BRUO to 1500 AB Emden, A Biographical Register of the University of Oxford to AD 1500 (1963)
Emden BRUO 1501–1540 AB Emden, A Biographical Register of the University of Oxford AD 1501 to 1540 (1974)
Fasti J Le Neve, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300–1541, v: St Paul's, London, compiled by JM Horn (1963)
Foster Alumni Oxonienses Alumni Oxonienses. The Members of the University of Oxford 1500–1714, ed J Foster, 3 vols (1891–2)
GEC Complete Peerage GE Cokayne, The Complete Peerage (1910–59)
Guildhall MS Guildhall Library, London, MS
Hennessy G Hennessy, Novum Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense (1898)
HMC Historical Manuscripts Commission
Inquisitions Post Mortem Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and other analogous documents preserved in the Public Record Office (1898–)
Kisby, Royal Household Chapel FL Kisby, 'The Royal Household Chapel in Early Tudor London 1485–1547', unpublished London University PhD thesis (1996): Appendix 1, Members of the Chapel and their duties at Court, A Register, 1485–1547, pp 458–504, and Appendix 5, The Members of the Chapel of the Lady Margaret Beaufort, pp 540–4
LRS London Record Society
Mc Murray, Index W Mc Murray, MS index of, and biographical notes on, parish clerks c1400–c1940 in London and areas of the home counties (Guildhall MS 3704/1–2)
New, Cult of the Holy Name of Jesus EA New, 'The Cult of the Holy Name of Jesus in Late Medieval England, with special reference to the Fraternity in St Paul's Cathedral, London, c1450–1558', unpublished London University PhD thesis (1999), Appendix 3: Officers, Staff and Members of the Fraternity, pp 394–419
New Grove Dictionary The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition (2001)
Pearce EH Pearce, The Monks of Westminster (1916)
PROB 11 Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related Probate Jurisdictions: Will Registers 1384–1858*
Sharpe Calendar of wills Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London, AD 1258–AD 1688, ed RR Sharpe, 2 vols (1889–90)
Shaw Knights of England WA Shaw, The Knights of England, 2 vols (1906)
Stow Survey ed Kingsford J Stow, A Survey of London, ed CL Kingsford, 2 vols (1908)
Thrupp SL Thrupp, The Merchant Class of Medieval London 1300–1500, 2nd edition (1989)
Tucker P Tucker, 'Government and politics: London 1461–1483', unpublished London University PhD thesis (1995), Appendix 1B: Common Councilmen of London 1461–83, pp 390–403
VCH The Victoria History of the Counties of England (1900–)
Williamson, Eton Choir Book MG Williamson, 'The Eton Choir Book; its historical and institutional background', unpublished Oxford University DPhil thesis (1997): Appendix H, Biographical Register, pp 408–34

II. OTHER ABBREVIATIONS

Kt Knight
KB Knight of the Order of the Bath
KG Knight of the Order of the Garter

Abbreviations referring to university degrees (BA, BCL, BCnL, BMus, DMus, MA, etc) follow the forms given in Emden's biographical registers, above. Standard abbreviations are used for all counties incorporating the word 'shire' in their name, whereas others are given in full.