Lease of parsonage, Wilburton, Cambridgeshire
Scope and Contents
Richard Bentley, D.D., Archdeacon of Ely, lets the parsonage of Wilburton to James Mallabar for a term of three lives. A proviso is added that the lessee pays a certain sum yearly to the curate of Wilburton. The lessor appoints as his attorneys Clement Tubbs and John Cumbers, both of Wilburton. Witnessed by Thomas Bainbrigg, Eben. Bourne, Robert Mathews, and John Carroway.
- 6 Feb. 1719 (Either 1719 or 1720?)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Messrs. Puttick & Simpson, 18 April 1929
Existence and Location of Copies
MS Doc.1396 (except that the name Susannah Radford is deleted and that of Richard Bentley inserted)
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