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Audley [de Audley] familylocked

(per. c. 1130–1391)
  • Philip Morgan

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Audley [de Audley] family (per.c. 1130–1391), gentry, derived from the north Staffordshire township from which they took their name, and which was the original caput of their lordship and the site of a bailey-less motte. The family held Audley from, and also bore the arms of, the ...

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Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service
Staffordshire Record Office, Stafford
H. R. Luard, ed., , 7 vols., RS, 57 (1872–83)
Chancery records (Public Record Office)
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
Lambeth Palace London
, [20 vols.], PRO (1904–); also , 3 vols. (1898–1955)
Public Record Office