The poll tax records of 1377, 1379 and 1381 form a massive resource about individuals, their occupations, and their relationships, providing a detailed picture of late 14th-century England. Part 2 of this acclaimed edition covers the counties of Lincolnshire-Westmorland. The enormous wealth of material on Norfolk is of particular significance.
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Carolyn C. Fenwick is at Australian National University, Canberra.Review:
Several of the documents edited by Dr Fenwick are in very poor condition and difficult to read even with artificial aids. Therefore, the historical community is greatly obliged to her for persevering with this monumental work ... the editor is to be congratulated for her worthy contribution to the study of medieval taxation and for enhancing access to source material which might have otherwise remained unexplored. * Lincolnshire History & Archaeology: Annual Journal of Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology *
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