The Reformation and the Towns in England: Politics and Political Culture, c. 1540-1640

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TABLE I. Incorporation of English and Welsh Boroughs, 1485- 1640 Reincorporations, which are understood to have substantially revised content, have been noted as (R); mere confirmations, which were very common, have not been listed. A few incorporations listed by Weinbaum (e.g. Romsey) prove not to have been real incorporations and have been omitted; a few errors in his list (especially to adopt new-style dating) have been corrected. Lines have been drawn to separate reigns.
Year Town Year Town
1485 Llandovery Sheffield
Pembroke Sudbury
Scarborough Torrington
1488 Guildford Warwick
1489 Dunwich 1555 Maldon
1490 Southwold Worcester
1505 Totnes 1556 Abingdon
1506 Chester Brecon
1508 Ruthin Dunheved
Great Dunmow
1524 Bishop's Lynn Higham Ferrars
1528 Sutton Coldfield Ilchester
1537 Exeter Thaxted
1539 Hemel Hempstead 1557 Axbridge
1542 Reading Barnstaple
1543 Beccles 1558 High Wycombe
Colnbrook
1544 Seaford 1559 Lyme Regis
1545 Boston (R) Maidstone
Warwick 1560 Tamworth
1546 Bridgnorth 1561 (R) Gloucester
Faversham 1562 Beaumaris
Carmarthen Gravesend
Radnor
1547 Aldeborough 1563 Bodmin
1548 Lichfield 1565 Durham
1549 Maidstone 1566 Preston
Monmouth 1568 (R) Gravesend
Newark-upon-Trent Henley-upon-Thames
Saffron Walden Poole
Wisbech 1571 Weymouth
1550 Stafford 1573 Beverley
(R) Exeter Bideford
1551 Louth Bishop's Castle
1553 St Albans 1574 Eye
Stratford-upon-Avon Wells
Lichfield West Looe
1554 Aylesbury 1575 Godalming
Banbury Hythe
Buckingham Kendal
Chippenham Tewkesbury
Droitwich 1576 Daventry
Hertford Marlborough
Leominster 1577 Richmond
Maldon 1579 Orford

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