John, of Cambridge, 1335
- Existence: 1335
Dates and places
f,l. 1296 to 1331 Cambridge
Legal status / Nationality
Sphere of activity
Son of William and Matilda (le) Comber, brother-in-law of Alan de Welles; father of Thomas and Bartholomew
Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Grant to Roger Foukes, cutler, of a messuage in Newnham hamlet and two and a half acres of arable land, in three parcels, in Newnham Croft., 1328-09-01
Grant to Sir Philip Attehill of Icklington,of a messuage in the parish of Holy Trinity, neighbours as in last., 1317-12-16
Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; John of Cambridge; John Morice; Simon de Refham; Eudo de Elpringham, clerk; Thomas de Cottenham; John Pawe.
Grant to Sir Ralph de Wyndeshore of a messuage on the high street next to Henry de Brunne, 1326-11
Witnesses: John of Cambridge, 'narrator'; Simon de Brunne; Geoffrey Seman; William de Lolworth; Eudo de Elpringham; John Morice; Simon de Refham; Henry de Toft; John Pittock; John Wyth.
Grant to Sr John atte Cherch of Sheveresham [Teversham?], chaplain, and John de Abbotsley, chaplain, of a messuage, 1340-05-07
The messuage lies between a a tenement of Thomas son of Sir John of Cambridge and a tenement of John de Toft and abuts on the tenement which William de Lavenham holds by the demise of the said Thomas [i.e. Sedge Hall] and on the common way.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Refham; Laurence de Talworth; John de Byntre; John de Brunne, bailiffs; John Pittock; Robert de Bury; William atte Cherchegate.
Note on dorse starts: q' fiat Introitus in Fundo ad le sedge hall
Grant to Thomas, son of Sir John of Cambridge, knight, of a tenement, 1347-10-05
The tenement lies between a tenement of the said Thomas, formerly of Thomas Nyket and another tenement of the said Thomas formerly of the Pied Brothers (fratrum Pyes) and abuts on the highway and on the tenement of the said Thomas formerly of the said Thomas Nyket.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas de Wells; Robert Martin; Daniel de Felsted; Henry de Beche, bailiffs; Richard Tuliet; Hervey Pilat; John Redhood; John de Marblethorpe
Grant to William de Lavenham of a tenement called 'le Scheggehalle' [Sedge Hall] and one shop in 'le Marketstede' called 'barbounclesschopp' for life at an annual rent of one rose, 1339-11-24
Grant/assignment to Sir John de Sutton, chaplain, of her right and title in the messuage which the Brethren of Blessed Mary next the Castle hold of her by service of 12 pence per annum., 1319-09-30
Witnesses: John of Cambridge; Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; John Pilat; William de Taleworth; John de Marblethorpe; Wiulliam de Lene; Robert Tuliet; Bartholomew Morice; Robert Longe; Reginald le Sheperd; Gilbert de London; William de London.
Lease for five years to Benedict Pittock and Margaret his wife, of nine and a half acres in the fields of Chesterton and Cambridge., 1340-03-01
Lease to Bartholomew de Berklowe, smith, for six years of 25½ acres in the fields of Cambridge, Barnwell, and Grantchester at an annual rent of £3 12s., 1339-07-07
Lease to John de Haddenham, cutler, of one shop and chamber with solar for life at an annual rent of 12s., 1330-10-01
The property lies between the messuage of John de Denford (W) and land of the said John (de Cambridge?) (E) and abuts of land of the said John (N) and the king's highway (S).
Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert Seman; Hervey Perrin; Stephen de Panfeld; John de Teversham, bailiff; Philip Cayly; John Outlaw; John de Deneford; William de Thaxsted.
Lease to John of Cambridge of 3 acres 1 rood in the Portefield for 15 years., 1293-04-23
The land lies towards Cotes between land of the Prior or Barnwell and land of John de Shelford and abuts on land once of Nicholas Morice and on land of Reginald de Comberton.
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; Matthew Aurifaber; William Martin; Robert de Brunne; Robert Pistor, bailiffs; Simon de Refham; John Goldring'
Lease to John of Cambridge of 3 acres and one rood of arable land in Cambridge field in le Portefield , as in the last, for 15 years., 1302-04-23
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; Matthew Aurifaber; William Martin; Robert de Brunne; Robert Pistor, bailiff; Simon de Refham; John Goldring.
Lease to Philip Cayly of ten acres of arable land called 'Heycroft' in Trumpington fields and a garden with vines in Newnham, with rent to grantor of 1 rose annually and to the Prior and monks of Swaffham six pence annually., 1346-05-26
Lease to Roger de Costessey of a courtyard in Milne Street, between a tenement of the Prior and Convent of Barnwell and a tenement of the Vicar of St John's, for life at an annual rent of 5s., 1323-11-29
Witnesses: Miles de Trumpington; Robert de Brunne; Robert de Elmham
Lease to Simon de Dryngeston [Drinkstone], residing in Grantchester, of 10 acres of land from Michaelmas next for 8 years at an annual rent of 12s 6d (on different feasts in the 8th year)., 1341-09-26
Lease to the Prioress and nuns of St Radegund of 39 strips of arable land containing 17 acres in the fields of Cambridge and Barnwell, for 9 years at an annual rent of 44s 8d., 1348-05-03
Letters of attorney fo William Lamb to deliver seisin to John of Cambridge of a messuage in Cambridge, 1309-10-31
Endorsed: Littera de atturnatu ad ponend' Johannem de Cauntebr' in seisin' in uno domo vocato Toulyet
Parchment tag from around seal tag of 82.a, 1310-11
Inscribed (in Latin): 'Which annual rent of 1d in the parish of St Giles is not in the tenure of J. de Cantebr', and in whose tenure it was last is not known; let it be inquired into.'
Quiclaim to John son of William le Comber of all act6ion and claim to lands and tenements held in Cambridge by John and Matilda his mother., 1306-03-05
Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice; Adam Godson, bailiffs; Matthew Goldsmith (Aurifaber); Hugh Godcheap
Quitclaim to her son, Bartholomew Tuliet, of the reversion of one toft and two acres of land held for life by John of Cambridge., 1331-08-26
Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert de Comberton; Robert Tuliet; Geoffrey de Lynn.
Quitclaim to Joan his sister, widow of Alan de Wells, of a piece of land near St Michael's churchyard., 1316-06-08
The land lies between a lane leading to the conduit and a tenement of the said Joan and extends from St Michael's churchyard to a tenement of Guy le Spicer and was acquired by John from John son of Master John de Wimpole.
Witnesses: John Morice, mayor; Guy le Spicer; Simon de Refham; John Edward; John Outlaw.
Quitclaim to John de Cambridge of a messuage between messuages of Robert le Bedell and a messuage of Henry de Toft and . . . de Reyneham, 1310-02-05
Witnesses: Geoffrey le Scromppe; William de Denem; John de Kensington; Geoffrey Seman; Thomas de Cottenham
Quitclaim to John de Cantebr' of a messuage once Thomas de Litchfield's and a plot of land abutting on it., 1306-12-17
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; John Seward; Simon de Brunne; Robert de Wells, bailiffs; Guy le Spicer; John Colling; Geoffrey le Ironmonger, Alan de Wells.
Quitclaim to John de Cantebr' of half of one messuage once Simon le Quen's in 'le Lorimererowe', 1299-07-29
Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Geoffrey le Ferour; Alan de Well'; Matthew Aurifaber.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife, daughter of John Dunning, of all right to Sedge Hall, 1321-12-21
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Morice; John Pilat; Eudo de Elpringham; Robert Tuliet; William de Lynne; Robert le Baker.