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Furney, Richard (1694-1753) Archdeacon of Surrey Antiquary

GB/NNAF/P147339   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P10850)

Location of Related Collections
ScopeGloucestershire collections
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMSS Top Gloucs b 1, c 1, 4-5, e 1
Other referencesee Irvine Gray, Antiquaries of Gloucestershire and Bristol, 1981
Scopec1743: MS history of city of Gloucester
RepositoryGloucestershire Archives
Record ReferenceD327 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 3514 Glos RO misc
Scopeabstracts and papers
RepositoryGloucestershire Archives
Record ReferenceD6755 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 37099 BGAS
Scope18th cent: extracts from printed works re Col. Massey and Bishop Hooper
RepositoryGloucestershire Archives
Record ReferenceD9125 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
Scopecollections
RepositoryFolger Shakespeare Library
Record ReferenceMS Add 400
Other referencesee Irvine Gray, Antiquaries of Gloucestershire and Bristol, 1981
Scope1718-29: letters to Thomas Hearne
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMS Rawl letters 5-6
Scopeletters to Browne Willis with papers rel to cathedrals and dioceses of Gloucester and Bristol
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMS Willis 43
Scope(copies) collections rel to history of Gloucestershire, Phillipps MSS 6632-6638
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceRP 26

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