Medieval source material on the internet: Modern works: Local history: K
(2) Local history: K
N.B. See also the index of places covered by the Victoria County History -
some articles are available online.
- William Farrer (edited by John F. Curwen) Records relating to The Barony of Kendale [Kendal, Westmorland], volume 1 (1923) (EdenLinks)
Text of the first of three volumes containing extensive transcripts of records relating to the south-western division of Westmorland.
- Kent: See Victoria County History and Older County Histories
- The Topographical Tradition [Kent] (Kent Archaeological Society)
PDF files. Extracts from 16th-19th century topographical works concerning Kent.
- The Research Archive of Colin Flight (Kent Archaeological Society)
Collection of notes on medieval Kent records, including transcripts and translations.
- Kent Archaeological Society on-line publishing
A collection of papers on Kent history by various authors.
- Map of Medieval Kent showing Lathes and Hundreds (Kent Archaeological Society)
Drawn by Miss A.M. Oakley, published in Kent Records, vol. 18 (1964).
- List of Names from the 6 inch O.S. Maps of Kent (Kent Archaeological Society)
Place names, listed both alphabetically and by parish.
- Kent Maps and Tithe award schedules, apportionment etc (in progress; Kent Archaeological Society)
Transcripts of the tithe award schedules from the 1830s and 1840s, to accompany digitised tithe maps available on CD-ROM. Though obviously not medieval records, the schedules are a very useful source of local place names.
- Parishes and parish churches in Kent at the time of the valuation made in 1291 (The Research Archive of Colin Flight, Kent Archaeological Society)
List of parish churches, with an introduction.
- Cinque Ports [Kent]: A list of Barons of the Cinque Ports, summoned to a meeting....circa 1295 and A list of vessels of the Cinque Ports and their masters, who served the King in 1293-4 in Ireland and Scotland (Kenneth Jacob)
Translations of National Archives, C 47/14/6/17, and E 101/11/2.
History (William Jeffrey Mansel)
Extensive collection of articles and extracts from records.
Among the articles are:
C.A. Ralegh Radford,
Notes on the early mediaeval borough of Kidwelly;
the records include charters, deeds, military levies, ministers' accounts, patent rolls
- King's Lynn [Norfolk]:
of medieval Lynn (Stephen Alsford, Medieval English Towns)
There is also a collection of about 80 brief
of inhabitants of King's Lynn in the 14th and 15th centuries
- David Roffe, The lost settlement of Burg refound?
[identification of the Domesday settlement with Kirkby La Thorpe, Lincolnshire]