The Henry III website makes the fine rolls freely available on line with English translations and a sophisticated search engine. This is the first medieval source to be treated in this way.

G Astill and A Grant eds, ‘ The Countryside of Medieval England’ (Basil Blackwell, 1988)

MT Clanchy, ‘From Memory to Written Record: England, 1066 – 1307’, second edition (Blackwell, 1993)

CR Cheney ed, M Jones revised, ‘A Handbook of Dates: for students of British history’ (Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Eileen A Gooder, ‘Latin for Local History: an introduction’ (2nd edition Longman, 1978)

LC Hector, ‘The Handwriting of English Documents’ (Kohler and Coombes, 1980)

L Hellinga, ‘Caxton in Focus’ (British Library, 1982)

RA Henricks, ‘Latin Made Simple’ (WH Allen and Company Limited, 1975)

C Johnson and H Jenkinson, ‘English Court Hand AD 1066 to 1500’, 2 volumes (reprinted F Ungar Publishing Company, 1967)

PV Jones and KC Sidwell, ‘Reading Latin’ (Cambridge University Press, 1987)

BH Kennedy, ‘Revised Latin Primer’ ed James Mountford (Longman, 1993)

F Kinchin Smith, ‘Latin’ (The English Universities Press Limited, 1971)

LA Knafla ed, ‘The County Jurisdiction: assizes and sessions of the peace’ (HMSO, 1994)

RE Latham, ‘Revised Medieval Latin Word-list’ (London, published for the British Academy by the Oxford University Press, 1973)

J Morris, ‘A Latin Glossary for Family and Local Historians’ (Federation of Family History Societies, 1989)

J Morris ed, ‘Middlesex, Domesday Book, 11’ (Phillimore, 1975)

W Rees trans and ed, ‘A Survey of the Duchy of Lancaster Lordships in Wales, 1609 – 1613’ (University of Wales Press, 1953)

D Stuart, ‘Latin for Local and Family Historians’ (Phillimore, 1995)

C and F Thorn eds, ‘Devon, part 1, Domesday Book, 9’ (Phillimore, 1985)

R Weldon Finn, ‘Domesday Book: a guide’ (Phillimore, 1973)

FC Wellstood ed, ‘Warwickshire Feet of Fines, volume I, The Dugdale Society volume XI'(London, 1932)

A Williams and GH Martin eds, ‘Domesday Book: a complete translation’ (Penguin, 2000)