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Grant to Henry de Tangmere, burgess, of six shillings and eight pence of annual rent from one messuage once William de Pocklington's., 1349-09-14 - 1349-09-21

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/09/15

Scope and Contents

The messuage lies between a messuage once Matilda Outlaw and Tripery Lane.
Witnesses: William de Horwode, mayor; John de Paunfield; William de Lindsey; Thomas de Marblethorp; Richard Powell, bailiff; John de Pocklington; John de Byntre.


  • Creation: 1349-09-14 - 1349-09-21


1 membrane(s) : vellum

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Damaged at top and bottom by damp and teeth.

Former / Other Reference

X 1.p

Related Materials

See next, for delivery of seisin.


Seal: round, device of (?a cross on) a lozenge in an elaborate border, legend

Date information

DateText: Cambridge, Monday after Exaltation of the Cross, 23 Edward III. In this year the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross actually fell on a Monday..


Geoffrey Seman

Finding aid date

2004-12-20 16:20:02+00:00

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Repository Details

Part of the Corpus Christi College Archives Repository

Corpus Christi College
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Cambridge CB2 1RH United Kingdom