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*[[STAC Catalogue Order]] This is the list of references, which has been expanded and corrected from TNA online catalogue by reference to the manuscript list.
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*[[STAC Name Order]] These are references grouped by the surname of the first plaintiff.  This is a first step towards making a list of cases.  It is in this section that any additional information about the cases will be recorded, including links to transcriptions.
  
  
*[[STAC Name Order]] These are references grouped by the surname of the first plaintiff.  This is a first step towards making a list of cases.  It is in this section that any additional information about the cases will be recorded, including links to transcriptions.
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*[[STAC Catalogue Order]] This is the list of references, which has been expanded and corrected from TNA online catalogue by reference to the manuscript list.
  
  
*[[STAC Date Order]] by the regnal year of the bill of complaint.
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*[[STAC Date Order]] by the regnal year of the bill of complaint. This was not part of the original plan, but it was requested by some users.  
  
  

Revision as of 15:56, 10 August 2013

This page is for current work on STAC 5, Star Chamber Elizabeth


Chose your route


  • STAC Name Order These are references grouped by the surname of the first plaintiff. This is a first step towards making a list of cases. It is in this section that any additional information about the cases will be recorded, including links to transcriptions.


  • STAC Catalogue Order This is the list of references, which has been expanded and corrected from TNA online catalogue by reference to the manuscript list.


  • STAC Date Order by the regnal year of the bill of complaint. This was not part of the original plan, but it was requested by some users.


  • STAC Place Order mostly by county, where it is known, which at present is very rarely.