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.
- Kent: See Victoria County History and Older County Histories
- The Topographical Tradition [Kent] (Colin Flight)
PDF files. Extracts from 16th-19th century topographical works concerning Kent.
- The Research Archive of Colin Flight
Collection of notes on medieval Kent records, including transcripts and translations.
- 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.
- Tithe Apportionments for Kent (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)
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]