Grant to Eudo de Elpringham, clerk, and William his son of 2 selions of arable with meadow adjacent, and another piece of land., 1313-07-08
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The selions and meadow lie between a croft formerly of Eborard de Newnham and land of Robert Sabyn on one side and land of the said Eudo on the other, and extend from land formerly of John Goldryng to Bradeweye. This land they had of John Wombe. The other piece of land, twenty perches long, lies between land of the said Eudo and the highway and abuts on Bradeweye and they had it of John son of Master Simon de Huntingdon.
Witnesses: Robert Sabyn of Grantchester; Geoffrey Knyvet; Hugh le Bolour; John Wyth, of the saime; John Martin of Newnham; William le Bolour of the same; Ralph Pepir.
1 membrane(s) : vellum
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Seals: 1. Vesica, devcie of an 8-petalled 'flower', legend: S. HERVICI PELAT; 2. Vesica, device of a flower resembling fir, legend: SARE DE NUNHAM
DateText: Cambridge, Sunday after the Translation of St Thomas Martyr [7 July], 7 Edward II 'incipiente' [i.e. the first day of the regnal year]..
Hervey Pilat of Cambridge and Sarah his wife
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