The Earls of Chester and Land Tenure in Post-Conquest England

Hannah Boston explains how a single piece of evidence contributes to a wider understanding.

St Hugh's College Oxford and History Review: The 2008 Julia Wood Award.

This year there were 109 entries, and the standard was exceptionally high. The Prize has been awarded to Hannah Boston of Loughborough High School, for her enterprising essay on a hitherto unnoticed charter of Ranulf, earl of Chester. A Lower Sixth award was made to Tom Seaward of Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge, for an essay on whether Henry VIII was an absolute monarch.

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