Broxtowe St Martha


Archival Sources

Nottinghamshire County Archives

PR 28/841 – Order of Her Majesty in Council confirming proposal for the creation of the new parish

PR 21/921 – Documents relating to the construction of Broxtowe St Martha, 1963-1967

PR 21/926 – Parish Register

Published Sources

A. Stapleton, ‘The Lost Church of Broxtowe’, Nottinghamshire Occasional Papers (1911), 83-89.

J. Throsby, Thoroton's History of Nottinghamshire: volume 1: Republished with large additions by John Throsby (1790)

T. Turville-Petre, 'A Nottinghamshire Dispute: English Documents of 1438-42', Nottingham Medieval Studies, 57 (2013), 171-194

W. P. W. Phillimore, 'Notes on Some of the Deserted Villages and Churches of Nottinghamshire', in Briscoe, J. P. (editor), Old Nottinghamshire, 2 (1884)

Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids, 1284-1431, Vol IV (London, 1906)

The Register of John le Romeyn: Lord Archbishop of York 1286-1296, I (Surtees Society, 1913)

The Register of Thomas Corbridge: Lord Archbishop of York, 1300-1304, II (Surtees Society, 1928)

R. F., Wilkinson, 'The Ruined and Lost Churches of Nottinghamshire', Transactions of the Thoroton Society, 46, 1942, 66-72

Nonarum Inquisitiones in Curia Saccarii edited by G. Vanderzee (Record Commission (1807))

Guardian Journal, 26/10/1965 (Nottinghamshire Information Index)

Guardian Journal, 30/7/1965 (Nottinghamshire Information Index)

Public Works in Medieval Law, Volume II, edited by C. T. Flower (Publications of the Selden Society, Volume XL (1923))

Torre MSS (Nottinghamshire Information Index)

White’s Directory of Nottinghamshire (1885)


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