- Its collection includes the 14th Century Waterford Charter Roll.
- As chancellor, Walter began the keeping of the Charter Roll, a record of all charters issued by the chancery.
- In 1199, the chancery began to keep the Charter Rolls, a record of all the charters issued by the office.
- King Edward I ( 1272 & ndash; 1307 ) a market and free warren as the following entry in the Charter Rolls records:
- The place-name'Hartburn'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1198, where it appears as " Herteburne ".
- It's difficult to find charter rolls in a sentence. 用charter rolls造句挺难的
- The place-name'Stockbridge'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1239, where it appears as " Stocbrigge ".
- The place-name'Woolsington'is first attested in Charter Rolls of 1204, where it appears as " Wlsinton ".
- It is recorded in the Wiltshire Charter Rolls of 1199 as " Bultiford " and as " Bultesforda " in 1270.
- The correct date for the grant seems to be 22 November 1320 ( according to the Charter Rolls, 14 Edward II, no . 15 ).
- Not only did this reduce forgeries, it led to the establishment of the Charter Roll, an administrative copy of all charters issued and confirmed by the government.
- It appears as " Ragherethe " in the Feet of Fines for 1240, and as " Raureth " in the Charter Rolls of 1267.
- The most solemn grants of lands and privileges were issued, not as letters patent, but as charters, and were entered on the separate series of Charter Rolls.
- Neville oversaw a number of changes in chancery procedures, splitting off the liberate rolls from the letters close in 1226 and reviving the keeping of the charter rolls in 1227.
- The design was first used to preface the great Charter Roll of Richard II, executed in Waterford in 1394, three quarters of a century before the O'Driscoll engagement.
- Before 1278 there were Coram Rege Rolls ( from 1194 ), Fine Rolls ( from 1199 ), Charter Rolls ( from 1199 ), Patent Rolls ( from 1202 ) and Close Rolls ( from 1205 ).