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Muniment

A document proving ownership. A muniment may simply be the title to a property; on the other hand, a muniment may be another document, such as a death certificate, indicating that title has passed to another person.
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Richard Pearis to Forbes, January 9, 1759, in Dalhousie Muniments, item 2/90/19a (microfilm, DL).
William Denny to John Forbes, February 9, 1759, in Dalhousie Muniments, National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh, item 2/90/26 (microfilm, DL); see also Denny to ___ October 5, 1759, in Pennsylvania Archives 1st Ser.
Muniment takes Hyacinth home to meet his sister Rose, a hopeless invalid.
No use trying to buy yourself off," Paul Muniment counsels her.
Warner, The Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments ofAlleyn's College of God9s Gift at Dulwich (London: Longmans, Green, and Co.
Bickley, The Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments ofAlleyn 's College of God's Gift at Dulwich (London: privately printed, 1903).
42) ACC 9769: Crawford muniments -- Personal papers 59/1/1, NLS, Edinburgh, fo.
Warner in his Catalogue of the Manuscripts and Muniments of Alleyn's College of God's Gift at Dulwich (London: Longmans, Green, and Co.
Swabey, however, is the more fortunate in that she has available to her in the way of source materials a great variety of surviving documents, including a complete household account roll from 1412-13, numerous bailiffs' reports, some receivers' reports and steward accounts, private muniments, and most unusually, copies of eight personal letters.
118) Frustratingly, it was lost in England after 1296 along with the rest of the Scottish muniments which Edward I sent south to London in the aftermath of his conquest of Scotland.
Thorough searches in Somerset and Devon Record Offices and in the Exeter City Muniments might reveal much more.
Based upon a total of seven account-years ** Based upon a total of six account-years Sources: Westminster Abbey Muniments 7767, 7769-74 (Turweston); Westminster Abbey Muniments 20222-3, 20228-31 (Oakham)