Grant to William son of Henry Eliot on his marriage to Alexandra daughter of Richard of a stone house with solar and cellar and 3 acres and 1 rood of land in the fields of Cambridge and Barnwell., 1272 - 1307
Scope and Contents
The stone house Richard had by enfeoffment from Peter de Barnwell. Of the land, one acre is in Middlefield between land of the Prior of Barnwell and land formerly of William Godsho and abuts on the road to Hinton; one acre is in Clayhaugeles, between land formerly Warin Astur's and land of St John's Hospital; one rood lies in the same field and lies next to land of Nonancurter (?) and abuts on Milneway; one half-acre lies next to land of Margaret Michel and abuts on a ford; and another half-acre in the same field lies next to land of the convent of St Radegund and abuts on land formerly Master Bartholomew's.
Witnesses: Thomas Tuliet; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Nicholas Childman; John de Barton; John Gogging; William Bray; Reginald Sherewind; Thomas Plote; Nicholas ultra Forum; Simon Godelote; John Alueuechild.
Endorsed by Matthew Parker: 'this stone hall is nowe gunwell hall which the Colege lat them have in exchange partly with the backe yard next to buttoll chirch yard'.
- 1272 - 1307
1 membrane(s) : vellum
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This deed was fastenend to the next by a parchment tie.
Seal: round, device of an animal, legend: SIGILL' RICARDI FILI IVONIS
DateText: n.d., temp. Edward I.
Richard son of Ivo
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