1 edition of Registrum Johannis Whyte, episcopi Wintoniensis, A.D. MDLVI-MDLIX found in the catalog.
Registrum Johannis Whyte, episcopi Wintoniensis, A.D. MDLVI-MDLIX
|Statement||with a prefatory note by W.H Frere.|
|Series||Canterbury and York series -- vol.16|
|Contributions||Church of England. Diocese of Winchester. Bishop (1556-1559 : Whyte)|
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Get this from a library. Registrum Johannis Whyte: episcopi wintoniensis, A.D. MDLVI-MDLIX. [W H Frere; Catholic Church. Diocese of Winchester (England). Bishop ( White)]. Get this from a library. Registrum Johannis Whyte, episcopi wintoniensis, A.D.
MDLVI-MDLIX. [Winchester, Eng. (Diocese). Bishop, (John White)]. Registrum Johannis Whyte, episcopi wintoniensis, A. MDLVI-MDLIX  Church of England. Diocese of Winchester. episcopi Wintoniensis Bishop ( White). This book brings together for the first time the surviving acts of English archdeacons in the twelfth century, representing forty-five of the fifty-one medieval archdeaconries of the English.
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The Church of Mary Tudor (Catholic Christendom, - ) Home ; The Church of Mary Tudor (Catholic Christendom, - ) xxxvi, xxxix, –33) Lambeth Palace Library, Archiepiscopal register of Cardinal Pole Registrum Johannis Whyte, Episcopi Wintoniensis, A.D. MDLVI–MDLIX, ed.
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