Ragman Roll

Ragman Roll, the name given to a record of the acts of fealty and homage done by the Scottish nobility and gentry in 1296 to Edward I. of England, and of value for the list it supplies of the nobles, gentry, burgesses, and clergy of the country at that period. The original written rolls of parchment have perished, but an abridged form is extant, and preserved in the Tower of London.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Raglan, Fitzroy Somerset, Lord * Ragnarök
Radicals
Radnorshire
Radowitz, Joseph von
Rae, John
Raeburn, Sir Henry
Raff, Joachim
Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford
Rafn, Karl Christian
Ragged Schools
Raglan, Fitzroy Somerset, Lord
Ragman Roll
Ragnarök
Ragusa
Rahel
Raikes, Robert
Railway King
Rainy, Robert
Rajah
Rajmahal
Rajon, Paul Adolphe
Rajput