First Series

Publications: First Series

First Series Volume I

The Staffordshire Pipe Rolls of 31 Hen I (AD 1130) and of 1 to 35 Hen II
(AD 1155-1189); The Latin Texts Extended and Notes Added pp. 1-143
Eyton; Robert William (1815-1881)

The Liber Niger Scaccarii, Staffordscira or Feodary of AD 1166 With Notes
Added by the Honourable G Wrottesley. Notes on the Fitz Alan Fees and
Those of Feudatories Holding Land in Staffordshire AD1166 Who Made
No Return pp. 145-240
Eyton; Robert William (1815-1881)

The Register of Roger de Norbury, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry From
AD 1322 to AD 1358. Marginal Headings With Abstract of Contents and
Remarks pp. 241-288
Hobhouse; Edmund (1817-1904); Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand

Some Account of the Manor and Parish of Blymhill [Part 1] pp. 289-384
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume II

The Staffordshire Pipe Rolls of the Reigns of King Richard I and King
John AD 1189 to AD 1216. The Latin Text Extended and Notes Added
pp. 1-177
Eyton; Robert William (1815-1881)

The Staffordshire Chartulary, Series I of Ancient Deeds pp. 178-276
Eyton; Robert William (1815-1881)

Obligatory Knighthood, Temp Charles I With the Names of Those
Staffordshire Gentlemen Who Compounded With the Commissioners For
Not Taking Upon Themselves the Order if Knighthood at the Coronation
of That King. Extracted From the Originals in the Public Record Office pp.
3-22
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

A Copy of the Arms Taken in the Visitation of the County of Stafford
Made in 1663 and 1664 by William Dugdale, esq Norroy King of Arms.
Transcribed from the Landsdowne Manuscript Number 857 in the British
Museum, pp. 23-65
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

The History of the Parish of Blymhill [Continued from Volume 1 and
Completed] pp. 69-147
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume III

Staffordshire Suits Extracted From the Plea Rolls Temp Richard I and
King John pp. 1-163
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium, Staffordshire, Temp Richard I and King
John. Including the Final Concords of Mixed Counties to Which
Staffordshire Tenants Are Parties. Abstracted From the William Salt
Transcripts and Compared With the Originals in Public Record Office pp.
166-177
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Staffordshire Chartulary Series III of Ancient Deeds
pp. 178-231
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Visitation of Staffordshire Made by Robert Glover, Somerset Herald
AD 1583 Illustrated by Lithographs of Coats of Arms
Includes Introduction and Notes, pp. 1-155
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

A Note on the Pedigree of the De Wasteneys Family pp. 156-199
Parker; Frederick Perrot (1843-1921)

First Series Volume IV

Plea Rolls Temp Henry III. Suits Affecting Staffordshire Tenants Taken
From the Pleas Rolls of the Reign of Henry III and Abstracted Into English
pp. 1-215
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Calendar of Final Concords or Pedes Finum Staffordshire, Temp Henry III
Including the Final Concords of Mixed Counties to Which Staffordshire
Tenants Are Parties. Abstracted from the transcripts and compared with
the originals in the Public Record Office pp. 218-263
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Chartulary of Ranton Priory Abstracted From the Original Manuscript
in the British Museum pp. 264-295
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The History of the Parish of Church Eaton and its Members, Wood Eaton,
Orslow, High Onn, Little Onn, Shushions and Marston pp. 1-124
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume V part 1

An Abstract of the Contents of the Burton Chartulary pp. 1-104
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Staffordshire Hundred Rolls Temp Henry III and Edward I From the
Originals in the Public Record Office pp. 105-121
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Pleas of the Forest, Staffordshire Temp Henry III and Edward I
Translated From the Originals in the Public Record Office With an
Introduction and Notes pp. 123-180
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

First Series Volume V part 2

The Heraldic Visitations of Staffordshire Made by Sir Richard St George,
Norroy in 1614 and by Sir William Dugdale, Norroy in the Years 1663 and
1664
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896

First Series Volume VI part 1

The Stone Chartulary. An Abstract of its Contents Taken From the
Original Manuscript in the British Museum
pp. 1-28
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Staffordshire Pleas, Temp Henry III Taken From Additional Manuscript
Number 12269, British Museum pp. 29-36
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Extracts From the Plea Rolls AD 1272 to AD 1294 Taken From the Original
Rolls in the Public Record Office With an Introduction pp. 36-300
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

First Series Volume VI part 2

Catalogue of the Muniments and Manuscript Books Pertaining to the
Dean and Chapter of Lichfield. Analysis of the Magnum Registrum
Album. Catalogue of the Muniments of the Lichfield Vicars pp. 1-230
Cox; John Charles (1843-1919)

First Series Volume VII

Extracts From the Plea Rolls AD 1294 to AD 1307 Translated From the
Original Rolls in the Public Record Office With an Introduction and Notes
pp. 1-191
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Exchequer Subsidy Roll of AD 1327 With an Introduction and Notes
pp. 193-255
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

First Series Volume VII part 2

A History of the Family of Swynnerton of Swynnerton and of the Younger
Branches of the Same Family Settled at Eccleshall, Hilton and Butterton
pp. 1-189
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume VIII

An Account of the Military Service Performed by Staffordshire Tenants in
the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries From Documents in the Public
Record Office pp. 1-122
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

A Chartulary of the Priory of St Thomas the Martyr
pp. 125-201
Parker; Frederick Perrot (1843-1921)

History of the Manor and Parish of Castre or Castle Church pp. 1-152
Mazzinghi; Thomas John de (1810-1893)

First Series Volume IX

Extracts From the Assize Rolls and De Banco Rolls of the Reign of
Edward II AD 1307 to AD 1327 Translated From the Original Rolls in the
Public Record Office pp. 1-118
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Extracts From the Fine Rolls of the Reign of Edward II AD 1307 to AD
1327 Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp.
119-132
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

An Account of the Barons of Dudley pp. 1-152
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

First Series Volume X

Extracts From the Coram Rege Rolls and Pleas of the Crown,
Staffordshire, of the Reign of Edward II AD 1307 to AD 1327 Translated
From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 1-75
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Subsidy Roll of 6 Edward III AD 1332-33 From the Original Exchequer
Roll in the Public Record Office and Edited With an Introduction and Notes
pp. 77-132
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

An Account of the Younger Branches of the Family of Sutton Alias Dudley
(in Continuation of Volume 9 Part 2) pp. 1-178
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

First Series Volume XI

Extracts From the Plea Rolls 1 to 15 Edward III Translated From the
Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 1-123
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Final Concords or Feet of Fines, Staffordshire AD 1327 to AD 1547 to
Which Have Been Added Those of Mixed Counties to Which Staffordshire
Tenants Were Parties pp. 125-292
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

A Chartulary of the Augustine Priory of Trentham pp. 293-336
Parker; Frederick Perrot (1843-1921)

First Series Volume XII

Extracts From the Plea Rolls 16 to 33 Edward III Translated From the
Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 1-173
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Pedes Finium or Fines of Mixed Counties Which Include Manors and
Tenements in Staffordshire Temp Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI and
Philip and Mary Abstracted From the Originals in the Public Record Office
pp. 175-235
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire For the 1st year of
Queen Elizabeth Abstracted From the Originals in the Public Record Office
pp. 235-239
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Chetwynd Chartulary Printed From the Original Manuscript at
Ingestre With an Introduction and Notes pp. 242-336
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909

Supplement to the History of the Manor and Parish of Blymhill pp. 1-29
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume XIII

Extracts From the Plea Rolls of Edward III and Richard II AD 1360 to AD
1387 Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 1-
204
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire of the Reign of Elizabeth
Continued From Volume 12, 2 to 15 Elizabeth Abstracted From the
Original Feet of Fines in the Public Record Office pp. 207-300
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

First Series Volume XIV

Extracts From the Coram Rege Rolls of Edward III and Richard II AD 1327
to AD 1383 Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office
pp. 1-162
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire of the Reign of Elizabeth
AD 1573 to AD 1580 Abstracted From the Original Documents in the
Public Record Office pp. 165-217
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

Military Service Performed by Staffordshire Tenants During the Reign of
Richard II From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 221-264
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The History of the Manor and Parish of Weston under Lizard in the
County of Staffordshire pp. 1-38
Bridgeman; George Thomas Orlando (1823-1895)

First Series Volume XV

Extracts From the Plea Rolls of the Reigns of Richard II and Henry IV AD
1387 to AD 1405 Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public Record
Office pp. 1-126
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire of the Reign of Elizabeth
AD 1580 to AD 1589 Abstracted From the Original Documents in the
Public Record Office pp. 127-198
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Staffordshire Muster of AD 1640 From the Original Muster Roll at
Wrottesley With an Introduction pp. 201-231
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

First Series Volume XVI

Includes obituaries for Rev George Thomas Orlando Bridgeman and Henry
Sydney Grazebrook

Extracts From the Cheshire Plea Rolls in the Reigns of Edward III,
Richard II and Henry IV and From the de Banco and Coram Rege Rolls of
Richard II and Henry IV Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public
Record Office pp. 1-93
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire, 32 Elizabeth to the End
of the Reign of Elizabeth AD 1589 to AD 1603 Abstracted From the
Original Documents in the Public Record Office pp. 97-225
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Rydeware Chartulary From the Originals in the Possession of Sir
Robert Gresley, Bart of Drakelowe by Isaac Herbert Jeayes, Esq of the
MS Department of the British Museum With an Introduction pp. 257-302
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909

First Series Volume XVII

Extracts From the Plea Rolls of the Reigns of Henry V and Henry VI
Translated From the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office pp. 1-153
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)

The Poll Tax of AD 1379-1381 For the Hundreds of Offlow and Cuttlestone
Copied From the Original Roll in the Public Record Office pp. 155-205
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Mixed Counties Which Include
Staffordshire Abstracted From the Original Fines in the Public Record
Office
pp. 207-236
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Shenstone Charters Copied From the Chartulary or Great Coucher
Book of the Duchy of Lancaster in the Public Record Office pp. 237-298
Grazebrook; George (1831-1917)
Grazebrook; Henry Sydney (1836-1896)

First Series Volume XVIII

The Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Mixed Counties Which Include
Staffordshire Temp Elizabeth Abstracted From the Original Fines in the
Public Record Office pp. 1-21
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Cities of Staffordshire Temp
Elizabeth pp. 22-27
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

The Final Concords or Pedes Finium of Staffordshire, 1 to 4 James I
(Inclusive) pp. 28-70
Boyd; W (Fl. 1891)

Collections For a History of Staffordshire Volume 18 Part 2,
Crecy and Calais AD 1346-1347 From the Rolls in the Public Record Office
and a MS in the College of Arms pp. 1-284
Wrottesley; George (1827-1909)