Lands of the right honourable Henry Earle of Penbroke appoynted for the joynture of Marye nowe Comtess of Penbroke wife of the saide earle and daughter of the right honourable Sir Henry Sidney knight of the order and lorde presydent of Wales : manuscript, [ca. 1577].

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Lands of the right honourable Henry Earle of Penbroke appoynted for the joynture of Marye nowe Comtess of Penbroke wife of the saide earle and daughter of the right honourable Sir Henry Sidney knight of the order and lorde presydent of Wales : manuscript, [ca. 1577].

A jointure listing rent rolls for holdings in various counties with names of the tenants, acreage held by each, and the rents.

1 v. (81 leaves) ; 32 cm.

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