Difference between revisions of "STAC Cases by County"

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*[[STAC co Wiltshire]]
 
*[[STAC co Wiltshire]]
 
*[[STAC co Worcester]]
 
*[[STAC co Worcester]]
*[[STAC co York]] or [[STAC co York ER]] or [[STAC co York NR]] or [[STAC co York WR]]
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*[[STAC co York]] The City of York, the Anstey, and Yorkshire unknown Riding are here
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*[[STAC co York ER]] - or - [[STAC co York NR]] - or - [[STAC co York WR]]  
  
 
'''By County - Wales '''  
 
'''By County - Wales '''  
  
This information is mostly based on “A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales” compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards (Cardiff U P 1929) but first imressions are that the Edwards list may have been less than comprehensive. What this present project needs is someone who knows early modern Welsh famllies. It is also becoming plain that by the reign of Elizabeth there was a sizeable Welsh diaspora.  
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This information is mostly based on “A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales” compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards (Cardiff U P 1929) but first imressions are that the Edwards’s list may have been less than comprehensive. What this present project needs is someone who knows early modern Welsh famllies. It is also becoming plain that by the reign of Elizabeth there was a sizeable Welsh diaspora.  
  
 
*[[STAC co Anglesey]]
 
*[[STAC co Anglesey]]

Revision as of 02:27, 21 August 2016

By County

Most of the cases are not here as their location is not yet known, except possibly to you. The county is normally the place where the actions complained of took place. Cases may be listed in more than one county. The cities of London and Bristol are treated as counties. Causes arising at sea are in a county that has been called Maritime.

By County - England

By County - Wales

This information is mostly based on “A Catalogue of Star Chamber Proceedings Relating to Wales” compiled by Ifan ab Owen Edwards (Cardiff U P 1929) but first imressions are that the Edwards’s list may have been less than comprehensive. What this present project needs is someone who knows early modern Welsh famllies. It is also becoming plain that by the reign of Elizabeth there was a sizeable Welsh diaspora.