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Papal Bull



Reference Name TENNYSON/5/4

Gregory XII
to
the men of vill of Ayshford Boulers [Ashford Bowdler, Shropshire] diocese of Hereford.

Licence to have a cemetery at the chapel of St Andrew in the parish of Bromfylde [Bromfield] for the burial of persons dying in the vill, since the vill is four miles distant from the parish church and in winter because of floods bodies have often had to remain unburied for six or eight days.
8 Kal. Nov, 1st year of his pontificate.

Leaden bulla: legend: "Gregorius Pp. Xii" under an eye;
Verso: heads of St. Paul and St. Peter: legend "S. PA S. PE", on silk cord.

Date: 25 Oct 1407

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

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