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Harl. MS = Harleian Manuscripts of British Library.
Posted by: B. Kline (ID *****3222) Date: January 11, 2010 at 05:51:01
In Reply to: Petticru of Cornwall; also, 1541 will of Robert Petigrew of Somersetshire. by B. Kline of 61

The Harleian Manuscripts are a major collection, now at the British Library in London (formerly at the British Museum), that contain records of (among other things) the visitations of the King's heralds to various parts of England.

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