Author:John Horace Round

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John Horace Round
(1854–1928)
Historian and genealogist of the English medieval period. He translated the Domesday Book for Essex into contemporary English. As an expert in the history of the British peerage he was appointed Honorary Historical Adviser to the Crown
This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and the list on this page is complete to 1901.
Articles written by this author are designated in the DNB by the initials "J. H. R."
This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
Articles attributed to this author are designated in EB1911 by the initials "J. H. R."
John Horace Round

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Geoffrey de Mandeville: A Study of the Anarchy (1892) (external scan)
  • Feudal England: Historical Studies on the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries (1895) (external scan)
  • Studies on The Red book of the Exchequer (1898?) (external scan)
  • Commune of London and Other Studies (1899) (external scan)
  • Peerage and Pedigree: Studies in Peerage Law and Family History in 2 vols.
  • The King's Serjeants and Officers of State, with Their Coronation Services (1911) (external scan)
  • Norse Place-Names in Essex (1922) (external scan)

Articles and book chapters[edit]

  • "The First Mayor of London", The Antiquary, vol. 15 (1887), pp. 107–111.
  • "The Early Custody of the Domesday Book", The Antiquary, vol. 16 (1887), pp. 8–12.
  • "The earldoms of Ormond in Ireland", in Joseph Foster (ed.), Collectanea Genealogica, vol. 3 (1887), pp. 84–93.
  • "Measures of Land in Domesday", Archaeological Review, vol. 1 (1888), pp. 285–295.
  • "Suitors of the County Court", Archaeological Review, vol. 2 (1888), pp. 66–69.
  • "Dangeld and finance", in F. Edward Dove (ed.), Domesday Studies: Being the Papers Read at the Meetings of the Domesday Commoration, 1886, vol. 1 (London: Longmans, Green and Co: 1888), pp. 77–142.
  • "An early reference to Domesday", in F. Edward Dove (ed.), Domesday Studies: Being the Papers Read at the Meetings of the Domesday Commoration, 1886, vol. 2 (London: Longmans, Green and Co: 1888), pp. 539–559.
  • "Measures of Land in Domesday", Archaeological Review, vol. 4 (1889), pp. 130–140.
  • "Some Documents Relating to Colchester Castle", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 3 (1889), pp. 143–154.
  • "Who was Alice of Essex? ", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 3 (1889), pp. 243–251.
  • "The Origin of St. Botolph's Priory, Colchester", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 3 (1889), pp. 267–272.
  • "The Origin of the Mayoralty of London", Archaeological Journal, vol. 50 (1893), pp. 247–263.
  • "An Unknown Charter of Liberties", The English Historical Review, vol. 8 (1893), pp. 288–294.
  • "The Royal Navy under Queen Elizabeth", English Historical Review, vol. 9 (1894), pp. 709–715.
  • "The Case of Lucas and Lisle", Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, New Series, vol. 8 (1894), pp. 157–180.
  • "Mr. Freeman and the Battle of Hastings", The English Historical Review, vol. 9 (1894), pp. 209–259.
  • "The Determination of the Mowbray Abeyance", Law Quarterly Review, vol. 10 (1894), pp. 68–77.
  • "Rayleigh Mount", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 41–48.
  • "St. Botolph's Priory, Colchester", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 69.
  • "Pleshy", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 82–86.
  • "St. Botolph's Church, Colchester" and "Halstead Church", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 103.
  • "Nonconformity in Essex", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 103–104.
  • "The Abbeys of Coggeshall and Stratford Longthorne", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 139–143.
  • "Stifford Church", "Witchcraft in Essex" and "Halstead", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 182.
  • "Harwich and the Siege of Colchester", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 191–195.
  • "Yaspen" and "The Oldest Essex Charter", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 243.
  • "Essex Clergy in 1294", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 244.
  • "Coggeshall in Domesday", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 244–245.
  • "Saffron Walden", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 245–246.
  • "The Manor of Rayne", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 246.
  • "Colchester Castle", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), p. 247.
  • "The Arms of Colchester", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 5 (1894), pp. 247–249.
  • "Some Early Grants to Lewes Priory", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 40 (1896), pp. 58–78.
  • "East Grinstead", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 40 (1896), p. 280.
  • "The Earliest Feet of Fines", The English Historical Review, vol. 12 (1897), pp. 293–302.
  • "The Forest of Essex", Journal of the British Archaeological Association, New Series, vol. 3 (1897), pp. 36–42.
  • "The Great Carucage of 1198", The English Historical Review, vol. 3 (1898), pp. 501–510.
  • "Note on the Early History of Rotherfield Church", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 41 (1898), pp. 49–53.
  • "Hornchurch Priory", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), pp. 1–12.
  • "A Colchester Chantry", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), p. 85.
  • "Essex Court Rolls" and "Flemish Refugees in Essex", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), p. 171.
  • "Some Essex Family Correspondence in the Seventeenth Century", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), pp. 207–221.
  • "Early Essex Clergy", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), p. 346.
  • "The Portreeve of Colchester", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 6 (1898), p. 349.
  • "Latton Church" and "Hadleigh and Rayleigh Park", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), p. 94.
  • "The St Lawrence Family", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), p. 95.
  • "The Honour of Ongar", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 142–152.
  • "Essex Vineyards in Domesday", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 249–251.
  • "The Fitz Walter Pedigree", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), p. 329.
  • "Walthamstow Church", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 330–31.
  • "The Origin of Deneholes", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 7 (1898), pp. 400–401.
  • "The Foundation of the Priories of St Mary and St John, Clerkenwell", Archaeologia, vol. 56 (1899), pp. 233–238.
  • "Roman Canon Law in England", Contemporary Review, vol. 75 (1899), pp. 814–822.
  • "The Battle of Hastings", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 42 (1899), pp. 54–63.
  • "Some Early Sussex Charters", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 42 (1899), pp. 75–86.
  • "The Rape of Pevensey", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 42 (1899), p. 237.
  • "Henry I at Burne and Burnham", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 42 (1899), p. 238.
  • "Butler Family", Sussex Archaeological Collections", vol. 42 (1899), p. 249.
  • "Hidation of Northamptonshire", The English Historical Review, vol. 15 (1900), pp. 78–86.
  • "Colchester During the Commonwealth", The English Historical Review, vol. 15 (1900), pp. 641–664.
  • "Cromwell and the Electorate", Nineteenth Century, vol. 46 (1900), pp. 947–956.
  • "Withyham", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 43 (1900), pp. 278–279.
  • "The Early Charters of St. John's Abbey, Colchester", English Historical Review, vol. 16 (1901), pp. 721–730.
  • "The Protestant Declaration", Contemporary Review, vol. 79 (1901), pp. 514–523.
  • "Note on the Sussex Domesday", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 44 (1901), pp. 140–143.
  • "The Companions of the Conqueror", Monthly Review, vol. 3 (1901), pp. 91–111.
  • "Notes on Anglo-Norman Genealogy", The Genealogist, New Series, vol. 17 (1901), pp. 1–4.
  • "The Origins of the FitzGeralds", The Ancestor, no. 1 (1902), pp. 119–126.
  • "An 'Authoritative' Ancestor", The Ancestor, no. 1 (1902), pp. 189–194.
  • "An Early Citizen Squire", The Ancestor, no. 2 (1902), pp. 58–62.
  • "The Castles of the Conquest", Archaeologia, vol. 58 (1902), pp. 313–340.
  • "The Origin of the Stewarts and Their Chesney Connexions", The Genealogist, New Series, vol. 18 (1902), pp. 1–16.
  • "The Ports of Basing and Their Priory", The Genealogist, New Series, vol. 18 (1902), pp. 137–139.
  • "Coronation Peerages", Monthly Review, vol. 6 (1902), pp. 65–77.
  • "The Lord Great Chamberlain", Monthly Review, vol. 7 (1902), pp. 42–58.
  • "The Colchester Mint in Norman Times", The English Historical Review, vol. 18 (1903), pp. 305–15.
  • "Some English Crusaders of Richard I", The English Historical Review, vol. 18 (1903), pp. 475–481.
  • "Decies and Desmond", The English Historical Review, vol. 18 (1903), p. 709.
  • "Garnier de Nablous, Prior of the Hospital in England, and Grand Master of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem", Archaeologia, vol. 58 (1903), pp. 383–390.
  • "Notes on the Lord Great Chamberlain Case", The Ancestor, no. 4 (1903), pp. 7–28.
  • "The Arms of the Kingmaker", The Ancestor, no. 4 (1903), pp. 143–147.
  • "The Origin of the Carews", The Ancestor, no. 5 (1903), pp. 19–53.
  • "The Arms of the Kingmaker", The Ancestor, no. 4 (1903), pp. 195–202.
  • "Castle-Guard", The Ancestor, no. 6 (1903), pp. 72–78.
  • "The Baron's Letter to the Pope", The Ancestor, no. 6 (1903), pp. 185–196.
  • "The Rise of the Pophams", The Ancestor, no. 7 (1903), pp. 59–66.
  • "The Will of Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex", The Ancestor, no. 7 (1903), pp. 100–107.
  • "The Baron's Letter to the Pope", The Ancestor, no. 7 (1903), pp. 248–259.
  • "Stigand Bishop of Chichester", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 46 (1903), pp. 234–235.
  • "An Earl of Arundel in France", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 46 (1903), pp. 235–237.
  • "The Officers of Edward the Confessor", The English Historical Review, vol. 19 (1904), pp. 90–92.
  • "King John and Robert Fitzwalter", The English Historical Review, vol. 19 (1904), pp. 707–711.
  • "The Baron's Letter to the Pope", The Ancestor, no. 8 (1904), pp. 100–109.
  • "The Cumins of Snitterfield", The Ancestor, no. 9 (1904), pp. 146–149.
  • "The Trafford Legend", The Ancestor, no. 10 (1904), pp. 73–82.
  • "The Origin of the Comyns", The Ancestor, no. 10 (1904), pp. 104–119.
  • "Comyn and Valoignes", The Ancestor, no. 11 (1904), pp. 129–135.
  • "A Great Marriage Settlement", The Ancestor, no. 11 (1904), pp. 153–157.
  • "The Chichester Inquest of 1212", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 47 (1904), pp. 113–115.
  • "The Bayeux Tapestry", Monthly Review, vol. 17 (1904), pp. 109–126.
  • "The Burton Abbey Surveys", The English Historical Review, vol. 20 (1905), pp. 275–289.
  • "Mr. Bird and the Trafford Legend", The Ancestor, no. 12 (1905), pp. 52–55.
  • "A D'Aubeney Cadet", The Ancestor, no. 12 (1905), pp. 149–151.
  • "A Bachepuz Charter", The Ancestor, no. 12 (1905), pp. 152–155.
  • "Benton's Place in Shipley", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 48 (1905), pp. 152–153.
  • "The Ruthven of Freeland Barony", The Scottish Historical Review, vol. 3 (1906), pp. 194–209.
  • "The Origin of Belvoir Castle", The English Historical Review, vol. 22 (1907), pp. 508–510.
  • "A Plea Roll of Edward I", The English Historical Review, vol. 22 (1907), pp. 290−292.
  • "The Domesday 'Ora'", The English Historical Review, vol. 23 (1908), pp. 283−285.
  • "Echingham of Echingham", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 53 (1910), p. 276.
  • "A Sussex Knight's Fee", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 53 (1910), pp. 183–187.
  • "The Weigher of the Exchequer", The English Historical Review, vol. 26 (1911), pp. 724−727.
  • "Gaynes of Upminster", Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, New Series, vol. 11 (1911), pp. 98−100.
  • "Descent of the Manor of Eastbourne", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 55 (1912), pp. 310–311.
  • "The Stophams, the Zouches, and the Honour of Petworth", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 55 (1912), pp. 19–34.
  • "The Debtors of William Cade", The English Historical Review, vol. 28 (1913), pp. 522−527.
  • "The Domesday Hidation of Essex", The English Historical Review, vol. 29 (1914), pp. 477−479.
  • "John Dorewood, Speaker, 1399, 1413", The English Historical Review, vol. 29 (1914), pp. 717−719.
  • "The House of Lords and the Model Parliament", The English Historical Review, vol. 30 (1915), pp. 385−397.
  • "The Date of the Grand Assize", The English Historical Review, vol. 31 (1916), pp. 268−269.
  • "The Saladin Tithe", The English Historical Review, vol. 31 (1916), pp. 447−450.
  • "Bractoniana", The English Historical Review, vol. 31 (1916), pp. 586−596.
  • "The Knight-Service of Malmesbury Abbey", The English Historical Review, vol. 32 (1917), pp. 249−252.
  • "Barons and Knights in the Great Chamber", in Henry Elliot Malden (ed.), Magna Carta Commemoration Essays (Royal Historical Society, 1917), pp. 46–77.
  • "Barons and Peers", The English Historical Review, vol. 33 (1917), pp. 453−471.
  • "The Early History of North and South Stoke", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 59 (1918), pp. 1–24.
  • "The Hundred of Eastbourne", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 59 (1918), pp. 126–127.
  • "The Lords Dacre and their Hoo Quarterings", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 59 (1918), pp. 128–129.
  • "The Tertius Denarius of the Borough", The English Historical Review, vol. 34 (1919), pp. 62−64.
  • "The Staff of a Castle in the Twelfth Century", The English Historical Review, vol. 31 (1920), pp. 90−97.
  • "The Early Sheriffs of Norfolk", The English Historical Review, vol. 34 (1920), pp. 481−496.
  • "Castle Watchmen", The English Historical Review, vol. 35 (1920), pp. 400−401.
  • "Norman Seats of the Families of Buci and Covert", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 61 (1920), p. 142.
  • "A Butler's Serjeanty", The English Historical Review, vol. 36 (1921), pp. 46–50.
  • "Shire-House and Castle Yard", The English Historical Review, vol. 36 (1921), pp. 210–214.
  • "The Dating of the Early Pipe Rolls", The English Historical Review, vol. 36 (1921), pp. 321–333.
  • "The Lords Poynings and St. John", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62 (1921), pp. 1–20.
  • "The Early History of Ovingdean", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62 (1921), pp. 197–200.
  • "The Glass in Chichester Cathedral", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62 (1921), pp. 203–204.
  • "The Family of Alard", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62 (1921), pp. 204–205.
  • "New Shoreham Church", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62 (1921), p. 206.
  • "The Legend of 'Eudo Dapifer'", The English Historical Review, vol. 37 (1922), pp. 1–34.
  • "Radynden", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 63 (1922), pp. 226–227.
  • "The Knight's Hospitallers", Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 63 (1922), pp. 227–228.

Contributions to Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., 1911)[edit]

Contributions to the Dictionary of National Biography[edit]

Reviews[edit]

Works about Round[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1928, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.