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Dukes, Thomas Farmer (fl 1834-1847) Antiquary

GB/NNAF/P145556   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P8642)

Location of Related Collections
Scopeaccounts of parishes in archdeaconry of Salop
RepositoryBritish Library, Manuscript Collections
Record ReferenceAdd MS 21018-21023
Other referencesee HMC Papers of British antiquaries and historians, 2003
Scopecollections rel to Uriconium
RepositorySociety of Antiquaries of London
Record ReferenceMS 218 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
Other referencesee PJ Willetts, Manuscripts in the Society of Antiquaries of London (2000)
Scope1844: Antiquities of Shropshire
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMS Top Salop c 1-2
Scopecopies of misc records rel to Shropshire (3 vols)
RepositoryShropshire Archives
Record ReferenceMSS 4071-73
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19299 Shrewsbury L
Scopecopies made by him of various historical documents
RepositoryShropshire Archives
Record ReferenceMSS 4424-25
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19299 Shrewsbury L
Scopetranscript of extracts from Monasticon of Shropshire with MS additions made in 1920 by H Thompson
RepositoryShropshire Archives
Record ReferenceMS 5706
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19299 Shrewsbury L
Scopeindex to Shropshire records with notes
RepositoryShropshire Archives
Record ReferenceMS 4774
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19299 Shrewsbury L
Scope1833-47: corresp with Sir Thomas Phillipps
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMSS Phillipps-Robinson
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 26260 Phillipps

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