Table of abbreviations

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A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1970.

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Among the abbreviations and short titles used the following may require elucidation:

B.A.A. Birmingham Archdiocesan Archives, Archbishop's House, Birmingham
C.C. Church Commissioners
C.R.S. Catholic Record Society
D. & C. Lich. Dean and Chapter of Lichfield
Dugdale, Warws. W. Dugdale, The Antiquities of Warwickshire (1730 edn.)
E.E.T.S. Early English Text Society
Erdeswick, Staffs. S. Erdeswick, A Survey of Staffordshire, ed. T. Harwood (1844)
Handbk. of Brit. Chron. Handbook of British Chronology, ed. F. M. Powicke and E. B. Fryde (2nd edn.)
Harwood, Lichfield T. Harwood, The History and Antiquities of the Church and City of Lichfield (1806)
Hibbert, Dissolution F. A. Hibbert, The Dissolution of the Monasteries, as illustrated by the suppression of the religious houses of Staffordshire (1910)
Lich. Dioc. Regy. Lichfield Diocesan Registry
S.H.C. Staffordshire Record Society (formerly William Salt Archaeological Society), Collections for a History of Staffordshire
S.R.O. Staffordshire Record Office
Shaw, Staffs. Stebbing Shaw, The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire (2 vols., 1798, 1801)
Staffs. Cath. Hist. Staffordshire Catholic History (the Journal of the Staffordshire Catholic History Society)
T.N.S.F.C. North Staffordshire Field Club, Transactions
T.O.S.S. Stafford Historical and Civic Society (formerly Old Stafford Society), Transactions
T.R.H.S. Royal Historical Society, Transactions
W.S.L. William Salt Library, Stafford
Wilkins, Concilia Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae, ed. D. Wilkins (1737)