about this project
- The Consistory Court of the Diocese of London
- Medieval Canon Law and Consistory Court Litigation
- Late Medieval London and its Hinterland
- Editorial and Translation Conventions
- Further Reading
- Credits and Acknowledgements
Consistory: Testimony in the Late Medieval London Consistory Court is directed by Dr. Shannon McSheffrey of the Department of History, Concordia University, Montreal. Dr. McSheffrey is also responsible for both the document transcriptions and translations as well as this introductory section. The database design is the work of Michael Hargadon, an IT specialist, graduate History student, law student, and systems administrator for Concordia's Centre for Digital History. Joyce Pillarella designed the webpage.
Material from London Guildhall Library Manuscripts 09065 and 09065B is used with the kind permission of the Guildhall Library, City of London Corporation.
This project has been generously supported with funds from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Ames Foundation of Harvard Law School and the Office of the Vice-President for Research Graduate Studies and the Office of the Dean of Arts and Science at Concordia.