Agreement that if they get possession of a parcel of garden then the said grant (97) shall be null and void., 1391-06-13
Scope and Contents
The parcel of garden lies between the tenement of Margaret Barber and a tenement of Richard Clerk and Richard Dunmow (E) and between the Rectory of St Bene't's and the tenement of Clerk and Dunmow (N, W and S).
Witnesses: John Blancpain, mayor; John Coton; Simon Bentybow..
1 membrane(s) : vellum
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Former / Other Reference
Seals: 1. Oval, device of Virgin and Child; 2. Round, device, legend (very poor impression); 3. Oval, device of a standing figure with displaced head; 4. Round, device of a spread-eagle; 5. Initial N between palms; 6. Round, initials under a canopy, legend (impressed smudged); 7. Oval, a saltire between two dots; 8. Round, device of a spread-eagle (very faint impression)
DateText: Cambridge, Tuesday after St Barnabas, 14 Richard II.
John Necton and others (as in 97)
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