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St Albans Abbey Bibliography
(Maintained by the Archivist, Abbey Muniment Room; published on-line March 2012 on the web
site of the St Albans & Hertfordshire Architectural & Archaeological Society
www.stalbanshistory.org
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Primary Sources – in the British Library
Cotton Claudius, A. VIII, f.195 (charges for the tomb of Humphrey Duke of Gloucester 1447).
Cotton Claudius, D. I. f.1 (letters and acts of John of Wheathampstead and John of Amundesham,
rental of S Julian’s hospital 22 Hen, VI).
Cotton Claudius, D. XIII (Charters of Binham Priory).
Cotton Claudius, E IV (Gesta Abbatum and many other items)
Cotton Cleopatra, E. IV ff.42/3, f.213 (Report to Cromwell on a visitation of abbot Borman, 1538)
Cotton Julius, D III (Register of Deeds of abbey property, Robert of Dunstable verses)
Cotton Nero, C VI (f.147r Granarium of John of Wheathampstead, first part).
Cotton Nero, D I (Vitae Abbatum, Gifts 145, Regist. Chartar 148, Privilegia 157, Obits 1216-52
165, re Pré S.Julian, Sopwell 173, Cartae 196-196b)
Cotton Nero, D V (Chronica Majora to 1255)
Cotton Nero, D VII (Book of Benefactors).
Cotton Otho, D III (Cartulary of St Albans Abbey, c.1370, damaged)
Cotton Tiberius, D V (Part of John of Wheathampstead’s ‘Granarium’) Burnt, but largely restored.
Cotton Tiberius, E I (Life of Christina of Markyate).
Cotton Tiberius, E VI (Register of St Albans).
Cotton Titus, B. I, 80 (Benefactores) plate given to Abbey by Wolsey.
Cotton Titus, D XX(extracts from John of Wheathampstead’s ‘Granarium’)
Cotton Titus, C. VIII (Charters, grants, etc. to Wymondham Priory)
Cotton, Faustina, B. IV (Martyrdoms of Alban and Amphibalus 1170) William the monk.
Cotton, Faustina, B. IX 75-144 (Ryshanger’s chronicle, 1259-1366).
Cotton, Vitellius, B. IV, 95 (to Wolsey re death of abbot and licence for election of successor).
Cotton xi. 6, 8. (Gaufr[idus de Gorham], (Witness with the prior to the foundation of Markyate
Priory, 1145).
Lansdowne, 260 (Some interesting papers concerning the Abbey of St Albans).
Lansdowne, 375 (Register of the Almoner, ca. 1370-1416, also lands, tithes, etc..).
Lansdowne, 763 f.97b (Account of musical notes, ?Walsingham, precentor).
Lansdowne, 825 f.62 (Verses re visit of Sarah Duchess of Marlborough).
Lansdowne, 863 (Foundation charters of the cells).
Harl. 28, (Indenture, x4, concerning solemn anniversary and prayers for the King, the Royal
Family and the Realm)
Harl. 43. A. 24 (Papal confirmation of covenant with see of Lincoln, super processionibus, 1161).
26 (Papal grant de non appelando a justicio abbatis nisi ad Romanam Curiam, 1188).
27 (Papal confirmation of covenant for non-subjection to see of Lincoln, 1188).
28 (Papal inhibition concerning subvention for Holy Land, 1193).
49 (Assault on Fr. Joh. de Stopelea, 1397).
16.
(Monuments in the church, 1427).
Harl. 139, 97. (Pedigree of John Bostock) ?Cotton Otho D IV?.
Harl. 247, (?first part of Harl. 6217).
Harl. 602 (John Moote’s (Prior’s) memoranda, 1352). Copy in Jesus Coll, Oxford.
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Harl. 604 (Sir Richard Riche to Cromwell, supression of Binham Abbey)
Harl. 688 (Chronicon of John Wallingford, creation to 1258. Copy of Julius D VII, 61).
Harl. 3775, (f.8 Fraternity names, f.10 an ‘infamous petition’ to H D of G, f.12 Abbot of
Westminster usurps precedency in Parliament, f.14 of the Dedication of the church f.16
monuments as in 1429, etc.,).
Harl. 6217, (various incidents, inc. burning of a brewhouse, &c).
Harl. 6853, 86. (Extracts from the register of the monastery of St Albans).
Royal, 1, A, x (A St Albans Abbey breviary)
Royal, 14, C, VII (M.Paris Historia Anglorum 1070-1259, and 13-century St Albans Calendar).
Lat. 13 E. ix, f.116 (Part of an inventory of relics, c.1400).
Additional, 11880 (De Miraculis S Alban, 9-C)
Additional, 11880, (De Miraculis S. Alban), C9 [also MS Aurum 34, C9]
Additional, 19590. (Concerning Aston church and the parish of Shephall, 1151-4).
*Additional, 19279. (Covenant of St Mary de Pré to submit to jurisdiction, c.1220).
Additional, 62777 (Matthew Paris. Cult of St Alban, 1360-70).
Additional, 27118. (A quarry held in Totternhoe, Beds., 1391).
Additional, 27951 (Itinerary of an Irish clergyman includes St Albans. 1761-2).
Additional, 28802 (Itinerary, includes St Albans, 1821)
Additional, 34360, ff.65v-67 (Lydgate’s appeal to the Duke of Gloucester for money).
Additional, 39848, f.28. (Contemporary account of first Battle of St Albans, 1455, Paston letters).
Additional, 40625, f. 158 b. (Court book of Park; Bequest to an anchorite at St Albans Abbey,
?1410).
Additional, 52359 (Mentions St Christina)
*Additional, 6223, f.10v (History of Cotton Nero D VII).
Additional Charters, 7370. (Royal mandate for relief, from an aid, 1303).
Additional Charters, 19958-63 (St Albans Abbey and St Mary de Pre, 1190-1450)
Arundel, 11. (Part of John of Wheathampstead’s ‘Granarium’).
Arundel, 34. (Register of lands &c, Wheathampstead and Ramryge).
Arundel, 391. (Part of John of Wheathampstead’s ‘Granarium’).
Cole 5828 (f.153, analysis of the monastery, f.188, a list of the Cellarers of the Abbey).
Cole 5836 (f.32 ff. Describes St Alban’s shrine, and tells of Duke Humphrey).
Cole 5843 (f.153, Historia Aurea) latter part a ‘leiger book of the Abbey of St Albans’.
Stowe 1055 (Robert Shrimpton’s a/c of ceremonial at St Albans Abbey before the Dissolution).
Augmentation-Office in Hert. Rot. (Account of the possessions of the late monastery, 1544)
Cott. xvii. 21. (Lands late held by St Albans Abbey in St Albans, 1563).
Ch. Br. B. iv. 6. (Brief for repairs to the Abbey church, 1764).
The National Archives
C 1/5/179 Thomas Bromsale, late chaplain of the Fraternity of the Charnell in St Albans v.
Thomas Bardale, Richard Fuller and John Adam, friars of the same Fraternity.: Petitioner’s
heritage in St Albans pledged till the recovery of certain charters and muniments. 13861486.
C 1/216/10 Thomas Ramryge and Gaol keeper re occupation of a room in the Gate House. 14901529
C 47/12/6/5 To leprous nuns of St Mary de Pré, 1204
C 47/12/8/41 To Abbot and Convent of St Albans, at Woodstock, 17 May 1248
C 47/37/3/5-11 Contemporary accounts of the Battle of St Albans, 1455
C 54/526 m.3 grant of church and buildings to Richard Borman (gate house had been granted to
the gaol.) 1556
C 66/675 m.32 installation of Richard Borman. 1538
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C 66/676 m.23 installation of Richard Borman. 1538
C 84/1/10 to C 84/51/11 Various charters, St Albans Monastery, 1235 to 1476.
C 85/212 St Albans Abbey 1252-1516
C 89/4/17 Act for Richard Borman clerk to erect a school in St Albans, Act 2 & 3 Ed VI no.53
C 143/128/7 St Mary de Pré to appropriate Earls Barton 1318
C 143/312/9 Abbey to grant advowson of chapel of St Julian to the lepers there 1354
C 143/426/3 Abbey to appropriate the chapel of St Julian 1389
C 270/7 Reply of the Abbot of St Albans and Prior of Binham to the King’s requests for corrodies.
1333
C 270/12 Reply of the priors of Tynemouth and Wymondham to the King’s requests for corrodies.
1333
E 6/256 f.143r payments of 100 marks to Cromwell, 1539.
E 33/26/2 St Albans: with skippet, not engraved. 1504
E 33/4/1 St Albans of the third part. 1504
E 36/120 ff.65r-68r charges against William Ashwell (monk), 1535.
E 36/143 ff.1r-22r Catton informs against townspeople who slandered the King. Cromwell gets
copy of Abbey’s foundation charter. 1533.
E 40/1183 Grant by Abbey to nuns of St Mary de Pré 1188-95
E 40/5461 Release of corrody in Abbots Langley. Westminster 14 Feb. 1365 (See muniment room,
An Indenture between the King and Thomas, Abbot of St Albans, about a corrody. 1364.)
E 40/11069 Charter of St Mary de Pré
E 40/11538 Fragments of the Foundation Charter of St Mary de Pré
E 40/14572 St Mary de Pré, enrolled copies of 6 charters (f. 1194), mostly of the Gorham family.
E 40/15365 Fragments of the Foundation Charter of St Mary de Pré
E 41/214 Abbey property 5 Sep 1532
E 41/215 Abbey property 1 Nov 1532
E 41/327 Dame Margaret Vernon, Prioress of St Mary de Pré, to Wm Jakeman, Manor of Wing.
1517
E 41/338 Confirmation of charters of St Albans Abbey, 1292
E 41/518 Prioress of St Mary de Pré, Isabel Benyngton, pardon for all offences. 25 Oct 1450.
E 42/549 Confirmation of a grant of a yearly Fair to St Mary de Pré, 1377
E 101/399/14 List of tradesmen in St Albans and Hertford c.1350
E 117/11/32 County: Hertford: Monastery of St Albans
E 135/5 m.8 installation of Richard Borman. 1538
E 314/20/5 Costs for repairs to the king’s stables at St Albans, 1549
SC 6/867/21 Accounts of St Mary de Pré and job description of Keeper. 1327
SC 6/867/22 Accounts of St Mary de Pré 1328
SC 6/HENVII/274 Account of the Prioress of St Mary de Pré, 2-4 Hen VII, 1486-1488
SC 6/HENVII/275 Account of the Prioress of St Mary de Pré, 6-9 Hen VII, 1491-1494
SC 6/HENVII/1057 Household accounts, Hertford / St Albans Abbey (mutilated) 1485-1509
SC 6/HENVIII/1631 Monastic possessions of St Albans Abbey, 37-38 Hen VIII, 1546
SC 7/2/9 'Brief' for St Mary de Pré 1256
SC 7/2/20 'Brief' for St Mary de Pré 1256
SC 7/3/51 'Brief' for St Mary de Pré 1256
SC 7/12/6 Appointment of Thomas de la Mare as Abbot, 1349
SC 7/15/30 Order to Woburn and Dunstable to cease exactions from St Mary de Pré 1232
SC 7/19/14 Order to Rochester to restore tithes etc. to poor leprous women of St Mary de Pré 1204
SC 7/30/10 Appointment of John de Berkamsted as Abbot, 1291
SC 7/35/20 Dunstable Priory ordered to restore rents of St Mary de Pré.
SC 7/64/50 'Brief' for St Mary de Pré 1256
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SC 8/20/955 Abbot re charters destroyed in Peasants Revolt 1319
SC 8/142/4283 Foundation of St Mary de Pré.
SC 8/142/7075 Petition from the lepers of St Julians.
SC 11/1027 Part valuation of Abbey lands temp Robert Catton 1509-47
SC 12/8/38 St Mary de Pré Priory rent roll 1319
SC 12/8/39 Survey of Abbey, (Surveye of the scite of the Abbey of S. Alban’s, 2 Edw. VI. Feb. 1),
1548
SP 1/76 f.15r Cromwell entertains Catton at his home in Norwich.
SP 1/86 ff 28r-29r Catton grants estates to ‘friends’.
SP 1/91 f.93r, 105r Thomas King (Chaplain of St Andrews) reported to Cromwell.
SP 1/98 ff.47r-48r elderly monks may remain at St Albans.
SP 1/98 f.98r John ap Rice suspicious of monks at St Albans, 1535.
SP 1/101 f.138r Catton writes to Cromwell 1536
SP 1/105 f.265r Abbot Catton released Ashwell for examination.
SP 6/9 f.1 Articles objected by Abp. Cranmer against Thomas King, vicar of St Andrews in St
Albans, for denying the validity of the king’s marriage to Anne Boleyn. 25 Apl 1535
SP 34/21/102 John Gape to Earl of Dartmouth, on annexation of Much Munden, and ‘the exposing
of the body of the Duke of Gloucester’, 30 July 1713
STAC 2/17/208 Rowlatt & Maynard v. Raynshaw re pew in St Albans and other matters, 15091547
STAC 2/32/120 Raynshaw v. Rowlatt re assault in St Andrew’s chapel, etc. 1509-1547
STAC 3/10/29 Rowlatt & Maynard v. Raynshaw re pew in St Albans and other matters, 15471553
Lambeth Palace
MS 585, 67. (Register, 1396 to 1400).
MS 585, 387. (Extracts from register, Fr. Will. Wyntershull, 1382).
MS 585, 437. (Catalogue of abbots, to 1510).
MS 589, 30. (Rights of Parliamentary Abbots, proper order, etc.).
MS 590, 37. (Extracts from register of T. Ramryge).
MS 643, 7. (Bull of Elex. IV exempting St Albans and cells, which are enumerated).
Cambridge University.
Cambridge University Library, Dd 6, 7 (Cult of St Alban).
Cambridge University Library, Dd x, 22 (secunda pars Historiae Aurae, 1342).
Cambridge University Library, Ee III, 44, (Notes from two registers, temp. Eliz.).
Cambridge University Library, Ee IV, 20, (1382 Cartulary by Wyntershulle, and the St Albans
Formulary).
Corpus Christi College, MS. 7, (Chronicle and Register of Benefactors).
Corpus Christi College, MS. 16, (M. Paris, 13-C).
Corpus Christi College, MS. 26, (M. Paris, 13-C. 1st part of MS 16).
Gonville and Caius College, MS 230 (c.1420) Cult of St Alban.
St John’s College, 137. Nova officia ad usum S. Albani. (C-xv. [de infirmitorio]).
Bodleian, Oxford
MS Bodley, v. 44, Jur. Lib. 20, cap. 72 (Historia Aurea Johannis Anglici, [sive Tynemutensis])
MS Bodley, 565 (c.1430) Cult of St Alban.
MS Bodley, 585 (ff 18v-47r) Part of John of Wheathampstead’s Granarium.
MS Laud Misc. 706 (c.1420) Cult of St Alban. Verses by Wheathampstead, windows of Cloisters and Library,
first battle of St Albans
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MS Rawlinson B 189 (c.1420) Cult of St Alban.
MS Ashmole 784 Note on Mandeville inscription and heraldry
MS Ashmole 1796 14-C astronomical clock of Abbot Wallingford
MS Ashmole Rolls 45 Abbots in procession, 1512.
MS Bodley TOP. GEN. e 61 pp.41-59. Iconography of the Abbey of St Albans (1717).
St Gothard, Hildesheim,
Albani Psalter c.1120.
Trinity College, Oxford
MS 38. (Lives of SS Alban and Amphibalus, John Lydgate).
Jesus College, Oxford
MS 77. (Various items).
Magdalen College
Copy of Claudius E4, f.34
Others
John de Amundesham, Annales Monasterii S Albani 1421-1440, Chronica Monasterii S Albani, ed.
H.T. Riley, (Rolls Series: vol I, 1870; vol II, 1891).
Annales Prioratus de Dunstaplia, Rolls series, (HMSO, 1858).
Autun MS 34 (De Miraculis S Alban, 9-C)
Bede, A History of the English Church and People. Trans. Leo Sherley-Price. (Harmondsworth,
1955).
Boso, Vita Adriani, Le Liber Pontificalis, ed. L. Duchesne, Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises
d’Athènes et de Rome, 2nd ser. 3, 2nd edn, 3 vols (Paris, 1955–7), ii, 388–97
Bib. Nat. Paris MS 11748, Passio Albani, (anon., C7).
Bib. Nat. Paris, MS Latin 5411, f.253 r. (picture of pope Adrian IV).
Coll. of Arms Arundel 3. Gesta Joh. Whethamstede. C-xv.
Constantis, Life of St Germanus; Monumenta Germania Historica Scriptores Rerum
Merovingicarum, VII, (1919), 225-83.
Coram Regae, Trin. 5 Ric. II, m.33 and 33 dorso, (Predictus Johannes Eccleshale fuit primus surrector in
villa de Sancto Albano…) 1381.
Exch. Q.R. Anc. Misc. 83/4 (Surveye of the scite of the Abbey of S. Alban’s 2 Edw. VI. Feb. 1,
1548).
Excheq. MS. 72/16, (Henry VIII’s use of some conventual buildings as stables).
Fortunatus, ‘Venantius Fortunatus, Bishop of Poitiers [c.600], in Monumenta Germaniae Historica,
Auctores Antiquissimi, iv., ed. F. Leo and B. Kreusch, I (1881), 185.
Gray’s Inn MS 3 (De Miraculis S Alban, 12-C)
Herald’s Office, Norfolk Press, 3. (Chronicon of Abbot Wheathampstead).
Monacho Quondam S Albani, Chronicon Angliae ed. E.M. Thompson, (Rolls Series, 1874).
Mount Stuart, Marquess of Bute. Vita S. Albani, etc: C-xiv-xv. [de studio domini abbatis].
Matthew Paris, Chronica Majora, ed. H.R. Luard, 7 vols. (Rolls Series, 1872-84).
-Historia Major, ed. W. Wats, (London, 1684).
-Historia Anglicana, ed. H.T. Riley, (Rolls Series, 1863-4).
-The St Albans Chronicle 1406-20, ed, V.H. Galbraith, (Oxford, 1937).
-Ypodigma Neustriae, ed. H.T. Riley, (Rolls Series, 1876).
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-Mattaei Parisiensis, monachi Sancti Albani, Historia Anglorum, sive, ut vulgo
dicitur, -Historia Minor. Item, ejusdem Abbreviato chronicorum Angliae, ed. F.
Madden. 3 vols. (London, 1866-1869).
-Vitae duorum Offarum sive Offanorum Merciorum regum coenobii Sancti Albani
fundatorum, ed. William Wats (London, 1683)
-Vie de Seint Auban, MS 177, Trinity College, Dublin.
Henry Morgan Library, New York, M43, M759, M962, 11-12C books from St Albans, (see
Muniment room, 1994).
William Rishanger, Chronica et Annales 1259-1307. (Rolls Series, 1865).
Johannis de Trokelowe et Henrici de Blaneforde, Chronica et Annales, 1259-1296, 1307-1324,
1392-1406, ed. H.T. Riley, (Rolls Series, 1866).
Turin MS D.V.3., Passio Albani (Early C6)
Thomas Walsingham, Chronicon Angliae ab anno Domini 1328 usque ad annum 1388, Actore
Monacho quidam Sancti Albani, ed. E.M. Thompson, (Rolls Series, 1874).
-Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani A Thoma Walsingham, ed. H.T. Riley, (3
vols, Rolls Series, 1867-9; vol 1, 793-1290; vol 2, 1290-1349; vol 3,
1349-1411).
-Historia Anglicana, ed. H.T. Riley, 2 vols, (Rolls Series, 1863-4)
-The St Albans Chronicle 1406-20, ed., V.H. Galbraith, (Oxford, 1937).
-The St Albans Chronicle. The Chronica Majora of Thomas Walsingham Vol I,
1376-1394, Oxford Medieval Texts, 2003.
-Ypodigma Neustriae, ed. H.T. Riley, RS 28, (London, 1876).
Rogeri de Wendover, Liber qui dictiur Flores Historiarum ab anno Domini MCLIV annoque
Henrici Anglorum regis Secundi primo, ed. H.G. Hewlett, 3 vols. (Rolls Series,
1886-1889) and trans. J.A.Giles, (Bohn, 1849).
John of Wheathampstead (vol. 1) and William of Wallingford (vol. 2) Chronica Monasterii S
Albani, ed. H.T. Riley, (Rolls Series, 1871-2).
John Wethamstede, Will. Albon, etc. Registra quorundam Abbatum Monasterii S. Albani, qui
saeculo XV floruere, 2 vols. (Rolls Series, 1872-1873).
Worcester Cathedral Chapter Library, MS F 10 (c.1440) Cult of St Alban.
Charter in Herts Archives, (Gorhambury VIII. B. 60), Henry II, confirming rights of Monastery, 1155-62.
Charters and other MSS in the Muniment room, St Albans Cathedral:
A Grant to the Abbot and Convent of St Albans of the right to free warren in all their
demesne lands in England. 1248. (Copy in B.L. Harl. 58. I. 7.)
A Licence to Richard de Tyneswyke and Alice his wife to alienate a messuage and land in
Rykemersworth, Caysho and Little Bisseye. 1312.
A Licence to Walter Tubbe and others to give land to the Abbot in part satisfaction of 100
librates. 1312.
A Licence to Adam of Newenham, Chaplain, to give the manor of Caldecote to the Abbot in
part satisfaction of 100 librates. 1321.
A Pardon to the Abbot and Convent for having demised various lands at full value. 1347.
A Licence to William le Parsone and others that they may give houses and land to the
Abbot. 1349.
An Indenture between the King and Thomas, Abbot of St Albans, about a corrody. 1364.
An Agreement between the Abbot of St Albans and Richard Horwode, Vicar of Sandridge,
about the small tithes and other payments. 1405.
The Deed of a Tenement in St Albans. 1508.
A Grant to John Jenyns of the Manor of Combe-Newell. 1540.
A Permit to John Jennings to alienate the Manor of Sandridge. 1606.
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Books
C. H. Ashdown, St Albans Historical and Picturesque, (London, 1893).
G. Baskerville, English Monks and the Suppression of the Monasteries, (Cape, 1937, reprint 1965).
B. Bolton and A. Duggan, ed., Adrian IV, the English Pope (1154-1159), (Ashgate, 2002).
Bonizo of Sutri, Liber de vita Christiana, iv. 98, ed. E. Perels, (Hildesheim, 1998)
J.S. Brewer, ed., Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic of the Reign of Henry VIII, i/1. 20, 308.
(22 vols. in 35, London, 1862-1932). Thomas Ramryge celebrated Christmas with Henry VII,
baptized his children and, eventually, conducted the king’s own obsequies.
W. Brigg, Parish Registers of St Albans Abbey 1558-1689, (Harpenden, 1897).
-The Herts Genealogist and Antiquary, 3 vols, (1895).
-A Calendar of Wills and Administrations: Archdeaconry of St Albans, 1415-1470,
(Harpenden, 1895).
British Library, The Benedictines in Britain, (London, 1980).
J.C. and C.A. Buckler, A History of the Architecture of the Abbey Church of St Alban, with especial
reference to the Norman Structure, (London, 1847).
J. Burton, Monastic and Religious Orders in Britain, 1000-1300, (Cambridge, 1994).
L. Butler and C. Given-Wilson, Medieval Monasteries of Great Britain, (London, 1979).
A. Caiger-Smith, English Medieval Mural Paintings, (Oxford, 1963).
B. Campbell, ed., Before the Black Death: Studies in the ‘Crisis’ of the Early Fourteenth Century,
(Manchester, 1991).
J. Carter, Some Account of the Abbey Church of St Alban, (London, 1813).
Carter and Gough, Observations on the Abbey Church of St Alban, (London, 1813).
J. Chapple, A Short History of the Abbey Church of St Albans, (St Albans, 1882).
H. Chauncy, The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire, II, (1700, reprint, London, 1975) 240-336.
R.M. Clay, The Medieval Hospitals of England, London 1909.
J.W. Comyns Carr, The Abbey Church of St Albans, (London, 1877).
E. Cownie, Religious Patronage in Anglo-Norman England 1066-1155, (Royal Historical Society,
Boydell, 1998). [Chapter on St Albans]
J.G. Clark, ed. The Religious Orders in pre-Reformation England, pp 3-33, (Woodbridge, 2002).
R. Clutterbuck, The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford, (3 vols, London, 1815-27) I,
5-125.
G.H. Cook, A Portrait of St Albans Cathedral, (London, 1951).
-Medieval Chantries and Chantry Chapels, (London, 1963).
J. Corbett, Celebration: The Story of a Parish, (St Albans, 1990).
- A History of St Albans (Phillimore, 1997).
G.G. Coulton, Five Centuries of Religion, (see vol.4. Cambridge, 1923-50).
F.H. Crossley, The English Abbey, its life and work in the Middle Ages, (London, 1935).
J.E. Cussans, History of Hertfordshire, 3 vols. (London, 1870-81).
- Inventory of furniture and Ornaments remaining in all the Parish Churches of
Hertfordshire in the last year of the reign of King Edward VI, (London, 1873).
E.B. Denison (later Lord Grimthorpe), Lectures on Church-Building: with some practical remarks
on bells and clocks, (London, 1856).
- St Albans Cathedral and its Restoration, (St Albans, 1890).
A.G. Dickens, The English Reformation, (Batsford, 1964, 1967).
J.C. Dickinson, Monastic Life in Medieval England, (London, 1961).
C.R. Dodwell, O. Pächt & F. Wormald, ed., The St Albans’ Psalter, (London, 1960).
E. Duffy, The Stripping of the Altars: Traditional Religion in England c.1400-c.1580, (Yale, 1992).
W. Dugdale, Monasticon Anglicanum, revised edition by J. Caley, H. Ellis and B. Bandinel, (1st
ed. 1693. London, 1817-30, reprinted 1846). Vol II.
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- The St Albans Chronicle 1406-20, ed. V.H. Galbraith, (Oxford, 1937).
H.F.O. Evans, Monumental Brasses of St Albans Abbey, (St Albans).
E. Farrinton, trans., The Charters and Constitutions Granted to the inhabitants of the town of St.
Alban’s, (St Albans, 1813).
P. Ferriday, Lord Grimthorpe, (London, 1957).
G. Ferzoco & C. Muessig, ed., Medieval Monastic Education, (Leicester, 2000).
S. Flood, St Albans Wills, 1471-1500, (Herts Record Society, 1993).
T. Fowler (Abbey Organist), A Selection Of Psalms And Hymns Adapted For The Use Of The
Abbey Church, (St Albans, 1820). Copy in Lewis Evans Collection.
J.A. Froude, Annals of an English Abbey, (1873). Originally published in parts in Subscriber’s Monthly vol.
VII, nos. 1, 2, 3.
V.H. Galbraith, The Abbey of St Albans from 1300 to the Dissolution of the Monasteries, Stanhope
Essay, (Oxford, 1911).
-Roger Wendover and Matthew Paris, (Glasgow, 1944, reprint 1970).
R. Gardiner, A visit to St Albans Cathedral, Workshop Press, 1984.
F.A. Gasquet, Henry VIII and the English Monasteries, (2 vols, London, 1893).
-Abbot Wallingford: an inquiry into the charges made against him and his monks,
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