Lease, Cheveley, Cambridgeshire
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Dame Ann Carleton of Cheveley and Sir John Cotton of Lanworth, Cambs. (i.e. Landwade) let to Thomas Salisberry of Cheveley certain property and lands in Cheveley for a term of twelve years. The lessors reserved the right to keep four hundred sheep, access to a dovehouse, and all timber. The lessee was to inhabit the premises and allow the lessors the use of half of them. None of the parties to keep more than a certain number of sheep upon the land. The lessee was to cut no timber. Witnessed by Thomas Warren and John Dawson.
- 23 Mar. 1662 (Either 1662 or 1663?)
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Purchased from Messrs. Hodgson through Messrs. Bernard Quaritch, 18 May 1929
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