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Zachos
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Agincourt rolls

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Does anyone have a link to a roll of who was at agincourt? I don't really know where to start looking.
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Zach

Anne Curry's new book Agincourt has an entire list of every Englishman who set out in 1415
Impressive for researching all sorts.

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I was looking for same last night funnily enough - couldnt find anything on-line
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Brecon museum has a list of some of the welsh men that served, or so I was told.
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Zachos wrote:Does anyone have a link to a roll of who was at agincourt?

http://www.familychronicle.com/agincort.htm :?:

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Codnor Castle roll call for agincourt

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hi

heres a link for some extra names for the roll call, i was looking into the Strelley Family line and came across it.

Stefon

http://www.jacksdale.org.uk/pages/JDHer ... ights3.htm

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Thanks Stef - very interesting :D

Long Eaton Library has Yeatman's ten volume :shock: "Feudal History of the County of Derby" from which that is taken

Volumes 1 and 5 have been scanned and are available online here

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Post by Sampson de Strelley »

cheers

ill have a nosey at it when get five mins, are the volumes in the section to the left when you walk into the libray

see ya soon

stefon

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