This page provides links to other websites that offer signfiicant data or information about medieval London.
British History Online is a digital library for many of the most important primary and secondary sources for the medieval and early modern history of the British Isles and Ireland. Founded by the Institute of Historical Research (University of London) and the History of Parliament Trus, it is the largest single source of digitized material for the history of medieval London, including most of the primary sources printed by the London Record Society, the London Letter Books, many of the medieval chronicles, and a wide variety of other materials. Also included are databasets and transcriptions of such sources as the London Sheriff’s Roll for 1320, markets and borough privileges in the hinterland of medieval London, pleaded cases for London litigants or disputed events supposed to have taken place at London, heard before the Court of Common Pleas in selected years, 1399-1500, and other materials.
The Mayors and Sheriffs of London is the authoritative list of men who served as mayor or sheriff of London, 1190-1558. The searchable database includes their names, terms of office, and their guild/company or occupation. Also included is useful information and bibliogaphy about spelling of names, the major guilds and companies, and the sources employed.
“Historical References to London’s Sounds” at Sound and History website. Can search on medieval centuries for seven categories (such as religious, economic, etc…) and many sub-categories of sounds (such as street entertainers, church bells, and public political oratory) in London noted in a wide variety of literary and historical sources.