A: The Great Churchyard, Bury Saint Edmunds, England, United Kingdom
About 1350 the Benedictine monk Henry of Kirkestede, prior of the royal abbey of St. Edmund at Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, and traditionally known as Boston Burienis, compiled a union catalogue of manuscripts in English libraries entitled Catalogus de libris autenticis et aposcrifis. He named 674 authors and assigned to them about 3900 works.
Richard H. Rouse & Mary A. Rouse, eds., Henry of Kirkestede, Catalogus de libris autenticis et aposcrifis (2004).