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Letters of attorney for Sir Thomas Compes and Sir John de Teversham, chaplains, to deliver seisin to John de Grantchester of the manor of Upware, etc., 1358-08-19

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/30b

Scope and Contents

From the File:

The others are: Alan de Banastre, parson of Lolworth; Henry de Tangmere; William de Horwode and Henry le Clerc of Cambridge.
The properties enfeoffed are: the manof of Upware; all their lands and tenements in Wykys; all lands and tenements in Cambridge which were formerly Henry de Tangmere's; all their lands and tenements in Wimpole.
Thomas de Eltisley as Master and the scholars of CCC also enfeoff all their lands, tenements and rents in Cambridge; an annual rent of £20 arising from lands and tenements in Harleton [Harlton] and Hornyngeseye [Horningsea].
The payments to be made over five years.
Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Scalariis; Sir Henry de Colville, knights; John de Scalariis; John de Freckenham of Wykys; Roger de Harleston; Stephen son of John Morice; Robert de Chesterton.


  • Creation: 1358-08-19


1 membrane(s) : vellum

Language of Materials


Former / Other Reference

XXXVI 30b; XXXI 64


Seals: 1. Thomas de Eltisley (as in Lamb, Plate I, v); 2: round, a head surrounded by the beasts of the evangelists in a quatrefoil (severely chipped) (better version on 31); 3. Henry de Tangmere (severely chipped); 4. Round, a shield of arms (lion rampant), legend (chipped); 5. Perhaps round, 3 tree-like objects standing on something, legend (severely chipped)

Date information

DateText: Grantchester, Sunday after the Assumption of the BVM [15 Aug.], 32 Edward III.


Thomas de Eltisley, senior, and others (as in 30)

Finding aid date

2007-02-28 16:43:06+00:00

Repository Details

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