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Admission, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.944
Dates: 2 Apr. 1793
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Admission, Littleport, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.964
Dates: 11 June 1804 (Might be mistaken for 1805?)
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Admission of tenant, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1097
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At a Court of Wiggyngton Manor, Thomas Doncom comes and reports a surrender made to himself by John Wynch, who surrendered .3 acres of land in Cottenham to the use of Richard Wynch,...who is admitted tenant.

Dates: 3 Feb. 1521 (12 Henry VIII)
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Admission of tenant, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1093
Dates: 2 Oct. 1704
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Admission of tenant, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1094
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At a Court of the Manor of Dokesworth Temple...the homage presents that John Robynes on his death-bed surrendered by the hands of John Rudland, his holding...to the use of Thomas Robynes who comes...and is admitted tenant.

Dates: 1498 (13 Henry VII, Tuesday after Corpus Christi, May-June?)
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Admission of tenant, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1095
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At a Court of the Manor of Duxford Temple...the homage presents that Richard Lownds surrendered a tenement formerly Robynetts...to the use of John Kyng, sr., and he is admitted.

Dates: 24 May 1538 (29 Henry VIII (1538-39?))
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Admission of tenant, Duxford, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1096
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At a Court of the Manor of Duxford of John...Earl of Bath and Margaret his wife, the homage presents that John Kyng died seized of land formerly Robynetts and that John Kyng, jr. is his son and heir...and is admitted tenant.

Dates: 3 May 1557 (4/5 Philip and Mary)
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Admission of tenant, Great Isleham, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1092
Dates: 4 Apr. 1659
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Admission of tenant, Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1074
Dates: 9 June 1775
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1037
Scope and Contents At a Court Baron of Charles [Fane] Lord Lede Spencer, lord of the manor, before John Stubbs, steward and gent. The homage presents that Thomas Harrison and Ann Harrison, widow, since the last Court (held 3 Aug. 1665) surrendered by the hands of Robert Grevey and Humphrey Rowland one dole of meadow called Northy next the dole formerly surrendered to Robert Carryer...To the use of John Bloodwick to whom the steward has granted the lands and he is admitted tenant. Examined by John Stubbs,...
Dates: 23 Oct. 1665
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1038
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At a Court Baron of Charles [Fane], Earl of Westmorland, before Robert Pemberton, esq., steward. The homage presents that John Bludwick surrendered out of Court, before this one, viz. 10 Dec. 1670, by the hands of John Clement...a dole of land in Northey of about 4 acres. To the use of John Setchell...who is admitted tenant. Examined by Robert Pemberton, steward.

Dates: 17 Oct. 1671 (23rd Charles II)
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1039
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At a Court Baron of William Brownlowe, esq., before Robert [Roger?] Pemberton, steward: The homage presents that Susanna Symons, a customary tenant, surrendered by the hands of the steward one dole in Northey and a close called Townsend Close to the use use of Edward Symons and he comes...and is admitted tenant, but because he is under age, Robert [Barrett?] is appointed his guardian. Examined by Roger Pemberton, steward (signed by himself).

Dates: 2 Oct. 1694
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1040
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At a Court Baron of Sir William Brownlowe, Bt., before Charles Whinyate, gent., steward: The homage presents that on 16 Apr. 1678, Anna Andrew, widow and customary tenant in her lifetime surrendered by the hands of Theodor Hennerton a dole in Northy to the use of Anna Waring, daughter of [Edrus?], to whom (Anna Waring...Bellamy) present in Court, the steward allowed...the claim and she is admitted. Examined by Charles Whinyate.

Dates: 4 Oct. 1695
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1041
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At a Court Baron fo Sir William Brownlowe, Bt., before Charles Whinyate, gent., steward: The homage presents that on 21 Jan. 1698, Ralph Bellamy and Ann his wife surrendered a dole in Northy and 2 other doles in Stan[d]ground, formerly of Robert Warren and Anne Andrew, to the use of Robert Swaineland...who is admitted tenant. Examined by Charles Whinyate.

Dates: 2 Oct. 1699
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1042
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At a Court of Sir John Brownlowe, Bt., and the lady, Ann Margaret Mason, widow, his guardian, before Charles Whinyate, gent., steward: The homage presents that John Setchell, a customary tenant on 15 Feb. 1703, surrendered by the hands of the steward, a dole in Northey...To the use of Sylvester Clarke, who comes into Court...and is admitted. Unsigned.

Dates: 19 Oct. 1704
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1043
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At a Court Baron of Sir John Brownlowe, Bt., and Ann Mason, his guardian, before Roger Pemberton, esq., steward. The homage presents that Sylvester Clark died before this Court seised of one dole in Northey and that Robert Clark is his son and next heir to whom the lands...should descend. And he comes...and is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, dep. steward.

Dates: 7 Oct. 1708
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1044
Dates: 30 Sep. 1714
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1045
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At a Court Baron of Sir John Brownlowe, Bt., before John Denton, steward. The homage presents that on 5 May 1716 Edmund Symons surrendered by the hands of Samuel Currell and Thomas Hopper a dole in Northey, in occupation of Daniel Bayley, gent. To the use of the second D. Bayley...who is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton.

Dates: 25 Oct. 1716
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1046
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At a Court Baron of Sir John Brownlowe, Bt., before John Denton, steward. The homage presents that Nathaniel Sparkes on 12 May 1716 surrendered out of Court by the hands of John Wildbore and Samuel Currell 5 doles in Northey in occupation of N.S. formerly the estate of Richard Sparkes, his father, to the use of Daniel Baily, gent., who is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, steward.

Dates: 5 Oct. 1716
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1047
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At a Court baron of Sir John [Brownlowe; 1st], Viscount Tyrconnell, before John Denton, gent., steward. The homage presents that on 1 Mar. 1717, Robert Clarke surrendered by the hands of Carrier Tompson, esq., and Richard York, a dole in Northey, to the use of Daniel Bayley, gent., who is present in Court by his attorney, Charles Burdett, gent....and is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, steward.

Dates: 2 Oct. 1718
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1048
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At a Court Baron of John, Visct. Tyrconnell, before J. Denton, Steward. The homage presents that Eliza Wimberley, late a customary tenant, has died siezed of a dole in Northey. And that William Wimberley is her son and heir...and he is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton.

Dates: 2 Oct. 1718
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1049
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At a Court Baron of John, Visct. Tyrconnell, before J. Denton, gent., Steward: The homage presents that William Wimberley did out of Court on 11 Jan. 1720 surrender by the hands of William Harrison and Richard York, his dole in Northey...To the use of Daniel Bayley, gent. ...who is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, steward.

Dates: 6 Oct. 1720
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1050
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At a Court of John, Visct. Tyrconnell before J. Denton, steward. The homage presents that John Gill did out of Court surrender, by the hands of John Denton, 5 1/2 acres of pasture lying in Forcett Farm, formerly William Charltons and now in occupation of Richard Hill...To the use of Arthur Hill...who is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, gent., steward.

Dates: 5 Oct. 1721
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1051
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[As MS Doc.1050]. The homage presents that Robt. Swaineland 7 July 1721 surrendered by John Conyers and William Harrison his doles in Northey to the use of David Bayley, gent. ...who is admitted tenant. Examined by J. Denton, steward.

Dates: 5 Oct. 1721
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Admission of tenant, Stanground, Huntingdonshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1052
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At a Court of John, Visct. Tyrconnell before J. Denton, gent., steward. The homage presents that John Bellamy on 1 Oct. 1726 surrendered by the hands of the steward all his pieces of land in Northey, one being called the [Quadrant?] Dole...To the use of Daniel Bayley...who is admitted...Examined by J. Denton, steward.

Dates: 6 Oct. 1726
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