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In nominal consideration of #120, Zachariah and Ann Mart, and John and Rebecca Bright, deforceants, have acknowledged 'two messuages, one stable, two curtilages and one garden with the appurtenances in the parishes of St Andrew the Great and the Holy and Undivided Trinity in Cambridge', to be the right of Harry Gilman, plaintiff, as that which he has as a gift of the deforceants. See also Doc 1872, 1873. Endorsed: 'Delivered by proclamation according to the form of the statute.'
- 1766 ('Octave of St Hilary', 6 George III)
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Presented by E.A.B. Barnard, F.S.A., April 1932
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