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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8348 8267
Name: 
Cox, J. C.
Cox, J. Charles
Cox, John Charles
John Cox
John Cox (Cox, John Charles (1843–1919), antiquary and ecclesiologist)
Dates: 
1843-1919
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Related names: 
Allen, J. Romilly (1847-1907)
Allen, John Romilly (1847-1907)
Ford, Charles B.
Ford, Charles Bradley
Ford, Charles Bradley (co-author)
Harvey, Alfred
Hope, William Henry St. John (co-author)
Inge, W.R.
Inge, William Ralph (1860-1954))
Johnston, Philip Mainwaring (1865-)
Lichfield Cathedral. Archive
Strutt, Joseph (1749-1802)
Strutt, Joseph (co-author)
Titles: 
Antiquary's books, The
Bench-ends in English churches, by J. Charles Cox,...
Cambridgeshire
Canterbury; a historical and topographical account of the city
Catalogue of the muniments and manuscript books pertaining to the dean and chapter of Lichfield. Analysis of the Magnum registrum album. Catalogue of the muniments of the Lichfield vicars. Compiled, 1881-6.
Chronicles of the collegiate church or free chapel of All Saints, Derby, by the rev. J. Charles Cox,... and W. H. St. John Hope,... Illustrated by George Bailey, The
Churchwardens' accounts from the fourteenth century to the close of the seventeenth century
Cornwall. -
Cumberland and Westmorland
English church furniture.
Essex
Gloucestershire
Hampshire.
history of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, A
How to write the history of a parish: an outline guide to topographical records, manuscripts, and books.
Isle of Wight; its churches and religious houses
Kent
Lincolnshire
Memorials of old Derbyshire
Notes on the churches of Derbyshire
Nottinghamshire. -
parish churches of England, The
parish registers of England..., The
Pulpits, lecterns and organs in English churches, by J. Charles Cox,...
Reliquary and illustrated archæologist
royal forests of England, The
sanctuaries and sanctuary seekers of mediaeval England, The
sports and pastimes of the people of England, from the earliest period, including the rural and domestic recreations, may games..., The
sports and pastimes of the people of England from the earliest period, The : including the rural and domestic recreations, May games, mummeries, pageants, processions and pompous spectacles
Surrey
Warwickshire
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