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J T. Jefferys, Map of Buckinghamshire, 1766. source 87
J Thomas Jefferys, Map of the County of Warwick, 1752. source 8
J.C.J. Spellings and information supplied by J. C. Jones, Esq., of Congleton. person 1
J.E.A. Spellings and information supplied by J. E. Allison, Esq., of Prenton. person 22
Jackson W. Jackson, Cumberland and Westmorland Papers and Pedigrees (Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Extra Series 5, 6), 1892. source 11
James Documents in the possession of the late Mr W. A. James. source 8
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JCJ Unspecified source in volume, but possibly spellings and information supplied by J. C. Jones, Esq., of Congleton. source 34
Jeffery R. W. Jeffery, The Manors and advowsons of Great Rollright (Oxfordshire Record Society 9), 1927. source 8
JEGPh Journal of English and Germanic Philology. (In progress.) series 7
Jenner T. Jenner, Map of Derbyshire, 1657. source 4
Jerv Charter of Jervaulx Abbey (Harley 1808), late 14th cent. source 5
JervoiseSh E. Jervoise, Shaftesbury, Dorset: The Streets, Roads and Lanes, Shaftesbury 1950. source 5
Jessop Jessop Collection of early charters in the Norwich Public Library. source 2
Jesus Documents penes Jesus College, Cambridge. source 25
Jethro Jethro Manuscript in the Sheffield Public Library. source 7
JohHex John of Hexham, in The Priory of Hexham, vol. 1 (Surtees Society 44), 1864. source 1
John of Worcester The Chronicle of John of Worcester 1118-1140, ed. J. R. H. Weaver (Anecdota Oxoniensia), 1908. source 8
JRC Charters etc., preserved in the John Rylands Library, Manchester. source 265