Manuscripts and objects
British Library. Additional MS 32097.
Cambridge University Library. University Archives. Misc. Collect. 4, fos. 68v-69r.
Romaynes, Henry. “The Beddington Lock.” c.1539-1547. Victoria and Albert Museum, British Galleries. Room 58/case 4.
The National Archives. Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII. State Papers (SP) 1/121, f. 95.
The National Archives. Auditors of the Imprest and Successors: Various Accounts (AO), 3/127-128.
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