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1880

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1901

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II

1881

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V NS

1902

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III

1882

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VI NS Part 1

1903

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IV

1883

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VI  NS Part 2

1903

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V Part 1

1884

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VII NS

1904

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V Part 2

1884

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VIII NS

1905

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VI Part 1

1885

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IX NS

1906

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VI Part 2

1885

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X NS Part 1

1907

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VII

1886

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X NS PART 2

1907

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VIII

1887

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XI NS

1908

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IX

1888

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XII NS

1909

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X

1889

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1910

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XI

1890

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1911

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XII

1891

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1912

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XIII

1892

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1913

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XIV

1893

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1914

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XV

1894

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1915

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XVI

1895

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1916

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XVII

1896

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1917, 18

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XVIII

1897

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1919

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I NS

1898

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1920, 1922

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II NS

1899

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1921

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III NS

1900

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began its work of publishing Staffordshire documents, both local and national, in 1880. It was inspired by the antiquarian achievements of banker William Salt, whose collections formed the core of the Stafford library founded in his name, but the prime-mover for the society’s establishment, and its intention, was Major General George Wrottesley, who became its first secretary.


Documents published have included pipe rolls, plea rolls and feet of fines, episcopal, cathedral and monastic records, heraldic visitations, hearth tax returns, quarter sessions records, parish and family histories, and the minute book of the parliamentary committee at Stafford 1643–5.


In 1936, to more accurately reflect its role, the society became Staffordshire Record Society. It can be visited at www.s-h-c.org.uk/


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