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Special Collections (formerly entitled); Records of various departments, arranged artificially according to type
Combs &c. Entries Extracted from the PRO Catalogue, London
See English Regnal Years for the years Kings and Queens reigned.
Source: Extractions from Public Records Office (PRO) Catalogue, Records of various departments, arranged artificially according to type, and formerly entitled Special Collections (SC)
SC 7 = Special Collections: Papal BullsSC 7/56/24 Request to Edward [III.] to take into his favour John (de CUMBA,) abbot of Combe, of whom the pope has made provision to the see of Cloyne. Gratie divine . . . Avignon. 4 Id. Aug., 17 John [XXII.] 1333 Aug. 10.
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