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The archive of St John’s College

St John's has an extensive Archive (separate from the College Library), with records dating back to the 12th century. All of the documents described and analysed in this section of the website are contained in Muniment VII of the College's Archive, and were digitally photographed there by kind permission of the Archivist and of the President and Fellows of the College (see also copyright statement below).

To visit the College Archive, follow this link.

Copyright and conditions of use

Digital Images: Text transcriptions:
The digital images of Crick manorial documents on this site are reproduced by kind permission of the President and Fellows of St. John's College, Oxford. Each image is identified by its Muniment reference in the college archive. The transcriptions of the manorial documents, and the analyses carried out upon them, were prepared by G.W. Hatton, who is the copyright owner. All intellectual property rights in this material are reserved to the copyright owner.

Visitors to this site are welcome to download and/or print images and documents from this section, for their personal research only. Any application of the images or documents that is intended for eventual publication must be referred to the respective copyright owner(s), whose written permission must first be obtained.

List of document images and transcriptionsTranscribing the documents

A complete list of the document images, with brief description of the contents, is contained in an MS Excel© spreadsheet, which may be viewed/downloaded by clicking here.

The status of document transcription work is updated regularly on the spreadsheet, showing which of the documents have been transcribed.