Founded in 1883, the Society publishes editions of the pipe rolls of the Exchequer and of related medieval documents.
The Pipe Roll Society, founded at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives) in 1883, is dedicated to publishing editions of the pipe rolls of the Exchequer and of other related medieval documents. Many volumes are obtainable via the Society.
The pipe rolls are the annual accounts of debts and payments maintained by the Exchequer. They form the earliest series of public records, dating from 1129-1130. They are now housed in The National Archives in Kew, under the record series E 372 ...
Our members include scholars, students and members of the public from across the UK and wider world. All members of the Society are entitled to a copy of each volume when published (and a reduced rate for any additional copies).