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Domesday Book: Kent by John Morris1
Domesday Book: Sussex by John Morris2
Domesday book. 3, Surrey / ed. by Sara Wood by John Morris3
Domesday Book: Hampshire by John Morris4
Domesday Book: Berkshire by John Morris5
Domesday Book: Wiltshire by Ian Morris6
Domesday Book: Dorset by John Morris7
Domesday Book: Somerset by John Morris8
Domesday Book: Devon by John Morris9
Domesday Book: Cornwall by John Morris10
Domesday Book: Middlesex by John Morris11
Domesday Book: Hertfordshire by John Morris12
Domesday Book: Buckinghamshire by John Morris13
Domesday Book: Oxfordshire by John Morris14
Domesday Book: Gloucestershire by John Morris15
Domesday Book: Worcestershire by John Morris16
Domesday Book: Herefordshire by John Morris17
Domesday Book: Cambridgeshire by Ian Morris18
Domesday Book: Huntingdonshire by John Morris19
Domesday Book: Bedfordshire by John Morris20
Domesday Book: Northamptonshire by John Morris21
Domesday Book: Leicestershire by John Morris22
Domesday Book: Warwickshire by Ian Morris23
Domesday Book: Staffordshire by John Morris24
Domesday Book: Shropshire by John Morris25
Domesday Book: Cheshire by John Morris26
Domesday Book: Derbyshire by John Morris27
Domesday Book: Nottinghamshire by John Morris28
Domesday Book: Rutland by John Morris29
Domesday Book: Yorkshire (with parts of Lancs and Cumbria) (v.1 & v.2) by John Morris30
Domesday Book: Lincolnshire (v.1 & v.2) by John Morris31
Domesday Book: Essex by Alexander Rumble (Editor)32
Domesday Book: Norfolk (v.1 & v.2) by John Morris33
Domesday Book: Suffolk (v.1 & v.2) by Alexander Rumble34
Domesday Book: Suffolk (v.1) by John Morris34.1
Domesday Book: Suffolk (v.2) by John Morris34.2
Boldon Book: Northumberland and Durham (a Domesday Book Supplementary Volume) by John Morris35
Domesday book. 36, Index of places36
Domesday Book Index 2: Persons (Part 2) by J. McN. Dodgson37
Doomsday Book Index v. 38, Part Three: Subjects by John Morris38
The Domesday Book: A Guide by R. Welldon FinnGuide

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Series description

The only uniform English translation in parallel text with the original Latin, published county by county in 35 volumes, each with introduction, glossary, full notes, indexes and maps.

The Index to these counties are as follows:
1. Kent.
2. Sussex.
3. Surrey.
4. Hampshire.
5. Berkshire.
6. Wiltshire.
7. Dorset.
8. Somerset.
9. Devon. 2 v.
10. Cornwall.
11. Middlesex.
12. Hertfordshire.
13. Buckinghamshire.
14. Oxfordshire.
15. Gloucestershire.
16. Worcestershire.
17. Herefordshire.
18. Cambridgeshire.
19. Huntingdonshire.
20. Bedfordshire.
21. Northamptonshire.
22. Leicestershire.
23. Warwickshire.
24. Staffordshire.
25. Shropshire.
26. Cheshire.
27. Derbyshire.
28. Nottinghamshire.
29. Rutland.
30. Yorkshire. 2 v.
31. Lincolnshire. 2 v.
32. Essex.
33. Norfolk. 2 v.
34. Suffolk. 2 v.
35. Northumberland and Durham.

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