Monthly Archives: April 2011

Main series of 18th century cause papers completed

This week the team imaging the eighteenth century cause papers finished the main series (archive refenece CP.I.), which is a good milestone to have reached at this stage in the project. The next 18th century section to tackle will be … Continue reading

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A chance to draw breath

With a month and a half’s imaging work completed we are going to take the opportunity next week to go back over our quality control logs and replace any images that are below standard. As the images have been listed … Continue reading

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About the Project

The case papers for the church courts held at York are an essential source for anyone interested in the social, economic, physical, emotional and legal environment of England’s past. From the 14th century until the mid-19th, these paper and parchment … Continue reading

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