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:
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife, daughter of John Dunning, to all right to Sedge Hall., 1321-12-21
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Morice; John Pilat; Eudo de Elpringham; Robert Tuliet; William de Lynn; Robert le Baker.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife of all right to a rent of 12d and 1lb of cumin which his father has hitherto received from the said John for a tenement in the town of Cambridge., 1322-03-01
Entries in Lease Book 1 are noted as copies, or, where the originals are no longer held, are intercalated, Note that this lease book has many marginal notes, mostly by Matthew Parker, seldom entered here, giving cross-references to later leases of the same proprty, and indications of the 'present' tenant.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife of tenements he had bought from the Brethren of Blessed Mary ('piarum') in Cambridge, 1324-02-28
Witnesses: John Pilat; William de Lynn; William de London; Gilbert de London; John Fikes; John Morice.
Endorsed: Carta Johannis de Sutton de fratribus 'pyarum'
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge, knight, of a third part of a messuage which belonged to Robert Dony, her father, and Mable Dony his wife., 1330-12-30
Witnesses: John Pilat; Simon de Refham; Henry de Toft; John Knyvet; John Pittock.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge of a annual rent of 3s from a tenement once John de Brangtre's in Milnestrate., 1318-04-15
The tenement lies between a messuage of Humphrey's and a messuage once John Perrin's and abuts on the highway.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge of a toft in St Michael's lane, 1322-08-21
The toft is next to a capital messuage of the said John and abuts on the lane and on a grange of the said John.
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; William de Thaxted; William de Sledesmer; Robert de Bury; John le Barber, bailiffs; Simon de Brunne; John Morice; Robert de Comberton; Eudo de Helpringham; William de Lolworth; William de Brunne.
Endorsement describes the toft as being in the curtilage of Henneye
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge of one toft and two acres of land (as in 09/4/1/64)., 1331-08-28
Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert de Comberton; Robert Tuliet; Geoffrey de Lynn
Quitclaim to Reginald Sherewind of land in St Botoph's parish next to Reginald's messuage, received as part of her dowry, 1260 - 1270
A note on the dorse indicates that Reginald held the property by gift from Bartholomew son of John of Cambridge (see XII 13).
Witnesses: John Gogging; William Bracy; Nicholas Textor; Geoffrey Doy; Thomas Hardy; John son of Michael Gogging; Robert Faber.
Quitclaim to Sir Philip Attehil of Icklington of a messuage as in last., 1318-02-05
Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; John of Cambridge; John Morice; Simon de Refham; Eudo de Elpringham, clerk; Thomas de Cottenham; John Pawe.
Receipt to John of Cambridge for 100s in full acquittance of a sum of 25 marks for houses in Cambridge, 1310-05-27
Witnesses: Benedict de Cambridge; Geoffrey de Cambridge; Thomas de Cottenham.
Rentale de Tenementis Johannis de Cantebr' dimissis ad firmam in Cantebr', 1323 - 1324
Properties in Cambridge and Newnham. Indented.
Rentale Domus C., 1350 - 1380
Cambridge, by parish.
Sale to Matilda le Comber and John her son of a tenement with buildings, etc., between a tenement of the said Matilda and a tenement of the Prior of Anglesey and abuts on St Michael's lane and Glomery lane., 1293-07-23
Witnesses: Michael Pilet, mayor; William de Hulmo; Alan de Wells; Thomas de Madingley; John Prentcez, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Ferrer; Robert de Madingley; Robert Tuliet; Robert Steersman.