The Kent Hundred Rolls are the documentary result of a 13th century Crown inquiry or census into the rights of the English monarchy over land and property in the Hundreds (regional sub-divisions) of the county of Kent. The Rolls are preserved in the English National Archives as part of the national Hundred Rolls.
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... The Hundred Rolls were printed by a Record Commission in the early 19th century (1818) in abbreviated Latin ... Recent work by the Kent Archaeological Society has produced the complete rolls for Kent, in its original Latin and an English translation ... The Kent Hundred Rolls form part of the Hundred Rolls collection held by the National Archives at Kew ...
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