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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1741

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Certifying that John Lamb, who died some eight years past, was a copyhold tenant of the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, holding two acres in Croload at seven pence halfpenny per annum, and that his eldest son Thomas Lamb, being now of full age, has been admitted to the same holding at the same rent. Copy of court roll, examined by William Strong gent, steward of the court, which was held at the Bell House in Chatteris, duty stamp. Lords of the manor are Charles Worsley esq and Frances, the wife of George Tarry esq. The fine - 15s - is noted in the LH margin. Endorsement: 'Lamb sold it to Thomas Quince - and Thomas Quince sold to Mr [Richard] Camps - now R[obert] Grimditch's', also (in red): '1782'.


  • Creation: 12 May 1738 (11 George II)

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1 item(s) (vellum) : vellum

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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., November 1931

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