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Two late medieval tithe-lists from St Margaret's, Southwark

GRAHAM DAWSON

This article publishes two lists of tithe payers for the parish of St Margaret's, Southwark for 1484 and 1503, which are the only known examples of such lists. Not only do they throw new light on the relatively unstudied question of tithes in an urban community in the Middle Ages, but also on various aspects of late medieval Southwark such as its demography and the turnover of its population.

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