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Copy of an attested copy of lease to Joseph Finch, ironmonger and merchant, for 999 years from Lady Day 1790 for £150 with an annual rent of £3 for the benefit of the nearby almshouses. 4d receipt money., 1790-07-14

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/18/250

Scope and Contents

The property is defined as a messuage or tenement at Spittalhouse end fronting next the highway leading towards Trumpington sometime called . . . the Baiting Bull and afterwards called or known by the name or sign of the Haymakers with the Outhouses Yard Orchard and Garden ground thereunto belonging . . . Formerly in the tenure . . . of Joseph Lyon since of John Rich and now of the said Joseph Finch . . AND ALSO all those two other messuages . . . near adjoining to the former fronting also next the Highway and late in the several tenures . . . of ( ) Hall and William Mickle and now of William Ashby and William Andrews AND ALSO one barn now converted into a Stable near thereto adjoining late in the tenure . . .of the Widow Gotobed and now of the said Joseph Finch Together with the Yards Gardens Outhouses' as delineated in plan [absent, but see 250.1]


  • 1790-07-14


4 sheet(s) : paper

Language of Materials


Former / Other Reference


Date information

DateText: Copy, by Ginn and Co,, dated 4 Jan. 1817.


Corporation of Cambridge

Finding aid date

2006-02-17 16:35:56+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Corpus Christi College Archives Repository

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