Medieval source material on the internet: Modern works: Local history: F
(2) Local history: F
N.B. See also the index of places covered by the Victoria County History -
some articles are available online.
- Faversham [Kent] (Kenneth Jacob, My Jacob Family)
On the same site is a short article entitled Jewry in Faversham.
- Feltwell [Norfolk] Manors and Domesday (Feltwell Village History)
The Written Records section contains mainly short articles on the village's history, mainly post-medieval.
- J.C. Blomefield,
History of Finmere, Oxon
(1887, reprinted 1998) [formerly at http://www.finmere.org.uk/history/pubs/blomfield.htm; not available, 18 September 2005; see the Internet Archive's
of this page, from July 2004]
Electronic reprint in PDF format, by the Finmere and Little Tingewick Historical Society.
See also Medieval Families on the Internet: Finnimore
- David Roffe,
St Æthelthryth and the Monastery of Alftham [probable identification with North Conesby,
in the parish of Flixborough, Lincolnshire]
- Terlingham Manor, in Folkestone [Kent] (Kenneth Jacob)
Translation of a survey of the manor taken from an inquisition post mortem of the time of Edward I (1272-1307).
- Forncett, Norfolk: Frances Gardiner Davenport,
The Economic Development of a Norfolk Manor, 1086-1565 (1906)
(McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought)
PDF file (8 MB). A detailed study of the manor of Forncett.
The appendices, which make up nearly half the work, consist of
transcripts of records relating to the manor
Hundred [Leicestershire] (Guy Etchells)
Extract from John Nichols, The History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester (1795),
relating to the holders of Framland Hundred, 14th to 16th centuries