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Notes on Cambridgeshire and Lancashire families, and related subjects

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.3852

Scope and Contents

In four hands, one that of Robert Masters (d. 1798). Includes: sketch of arms of Chadwick family, of Heley, Lancs; sketch of arms, Tonstall family; note of receipts for tithes at Fen Ditton, Cambs, 12 Jan. 1661-10 Jan. 1663; sketch of arms of Bradshaw family, of Haugh, Lancs; notes on Thomas Howard, 4th duke of Norfolk; list of books in library of St John's College, Cambridge, formerly belonging to Thomas Baker; fragment of accounts for parish of St Andrew [Cambridge?], c. 1500; notes on Chrysostom, 'Homilies I-VI'; notes on E. Chishull, 'Inscriptio Sigea'; verses, beg. 'Good Sir, tis true ...'; notes on Richard Gough's 'Sepulchural monuments'; notes on Russell family, of Chippenham, Cambs; lampoon on Clare Hall, Cambridge; notes on Sir John Millecent of Linton, Cambs; Univ. archives references; notes on the Bennet family of Babraham, Cambs; coats of arms in Fen Ditton church; Millecent family pedigree; notes and extracts re Fordham, Cambs; biographical notes re Sir John Reynolds (1625-57).


  • Creation: 1500-1700 (Circa.)

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1 volume(s) (1 Volume paper) : paper

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

Formerly Phillipps MS 25460. Purchased from W. V. Daniell, Jan. 1900.

Related Materials

In the same hand as CUL MS Add.3853.

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