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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1678
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Admission before Isaac Strong, steward of the manor, of John Smith of Chatteris to messuages in Chatteris surrendered 10 Oct. 1772 by Edward Adams and William Parker (see MS Doc.1676).

Dates: 24 May 1773
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1690
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On surrender made by [Robert] Grimditch, a trustee under the will of John Smith [of Chatteris, schoolmaster], John Stocker Freaks and Margaret his wife are admitted to lands in Hive End, Burnsfield at the Yard's End, and Croload, all in the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to be held by them and the heirs of John Stocker Freaks for ever. Unattested copy from court roll, or possibly draft for court roll (see Doc 1692), endorsed with financial calculation.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1691
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Certifying that Robert Grimditch gent, is admitted to all property formerly held in copyhold by John Smith of Chatteris, schoolmaster, deceased, in the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to hold in trust for the uses specified in Smith's will. Copy of court roll, examined by Isaac Strong, steward of the court; lords of the manor are John Carill Worsley esq and the heirs of Samuel Tarry esq, duty stamps.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1692
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Certifying that, Robert Grimsditch having surrendered the copyhold properties granted him that day (Doc 1691), the same are now granted to John Stocker Freaks and his wife Margaret at specified fines and rents upon the terms outlined in Doc 1690. Copy of court roll, examined by Isaac Strong, steward of the court; lords of the manor are John Carill Worsley esq and the heirs of Samuel Tarry esq, duty stamps.

Dates: 21 May 1787
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.864
Scope and Contents Before a Court Baron held by Richard Bentley, Professor of Divinity and Master of Trinity on 29 Apr. 1708, present also Rev. George Modd, Senior Bursar and D. Thomas Smith, Fellow, Richard Penson, steward. The homage declares that Richard Green, gent., had died since the last Court seised of 6 acres and that Christopher Green, sr., was his brother and heir, and further that Christopher Green, sr., has died and Christopher Green M.D. is his son and heir and is here in Court. He pays 2/6 and...
Dates: 29 Apr. 1728
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.865
Scope and Contents At a Court Baron of Richard Bentley, Lord of the Manor and Master of Trinity, on 23 Sept. 1728, before William Greaves, esq., steward. To the Court came Christopher Green, jr., M.D. and sought to be admitted as tenant to the 6 acres, 2 roods at Chesterton to which his father was admitted in 1708 (until his son should attain 21 years). And the said Christopher, jr. came to the Court and surrendered the premises into the hands of the steward to the use of himself and his wife or for the longer...
Dates: 23 Sep. 1728
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.866
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At a Court Baron of Robert Smith, D.D., Master of Trinity before William Greaves and Beaupre Bell, stewards. The homage finds that Christopher Green, M.D., the younger, and Mary his wife are both dead, and that Christopher Green, esq., is the eldest son and next heir, and he, by Robert Green, esq., his uncle and attorney, on his behalf desires to be admitted tenant of the 6 acres and 2 roods. And is admitted by his uncle and his fealty respited. Examined by William Mott, deputy steward.

Dates: 24 Oct. 1748
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.867
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Before the Court Baron of Robert Smith, D.D. Master of Trinity before William Mott, gent.: deputy steward of William Greaves and Beaupre Bell esq., chief stewards. The homage finds that Christopher Green, esq. had died seised of 6 acres, 2 roods and that Christopher Green is his son and next heir, who by George Harris, his attorney, seeks admission. And he pays the fine and is admitted by his attorney, but his fealty is respited. Examined by William Mott, deputy steward.

Dates: 21 Nov. 1763
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.868
Dates: 22 Feb. 1792
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Admission, Chesterton, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.869
Scope and Contents At a general Court Baron of the Rev. William Lort Mansel, D.D., Master of Trinity, before Robert White, gent., chief steward. The homage finds that Edward Green, esq., customary tenant...has died...and that Edward Humphrys Green is his eldest son and heir who by John Brigham Wiles, gent., his attorney, seeks to be admitted to the lands formerly Christopher Green's, to which Edward Green was admitted...on the surrender of Susannah Green...and he is admitted, but because he is of the age of 8...
Dates: 20 Aug. 1807
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1700
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Certifying that Joseph Reade, a minor, is admitted to a tenancy in Sladefield, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to be held by his father George Reade (snr) until he comes of age. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke gent, steward; Hannah Carrill, widow, being lady of the manor. The court was held at the Bell in Chatteris. Endorsed (by Clarke?) 'Joseph Reade'.

Dates: 26 Feb. 1675 (Either 1675 or 1676 (28 Charles II))
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1701
Scope and Contents Certifying that in his will dated 7 Oct 1679 the late George Reade (snr) bequeathed his eight acres of meadow ground in Old Hayes or Old Halse, manor of Chatteris Ramsey to his son Joseph Reade. Joseph having already been admitted to some of the property in question, he is now granted possession of a further quarter. Copy of court roll, examined by the steward; Malbon Carrill gent and Hannah Carrill, widow, being lords of the manor. The court was held before the deputy steward John Cra[m?]...
Dates: 12 Dec. 1679 (31 Charles II)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1702
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Certifying that Joseph Reade and his wife Mary are admitted to a further quarter share of the eight acres in Old Halse, manor of Chatteris Ramsey. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke gent, steward; Malbon Carrill gent, and Hannah Carrill, widow, being lords of the manor. The court was held at the King's Head in Chatteris. Endorsed 'Jos' Reade et ux''.

Dates: 18 Sep. 1683
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1703
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Certifying that Richard Read gent, by the hands of John Gardner and in the presence of John Wright, has surrendered his copyhold tenement in Millfield, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to the use of Joseph Read[e] and his heirs, and that the said Joseph may take possession. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke, steward; Malbon Carrill esq being lord of the manor. The court was held at the Bell and Chequer in Chatteris - John Cooper's house. Endorsed 'Joseph Read'.

Dates: 26 Oct. 1704 (3 Anne)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1704
Scope and Contents Certifying that Joseph Read[e], by the hands of John Gardner and in the presence of John Marriott, has surrendered his copyhold lands in the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to the use of his daughter Anne Read and her heirs, and that the said Anne has now been admitted to the same. Copy of court roll, examined by Robert Clarke, steward; Thomas Sergeant esq and Hannah his wife being lords of the manor. The court was held at the Bell and Chequer in Chatteris - John Cooper's house. Endorsed 'Ann...
Dates: 28 Aug. 1705 (4 Anne)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1705
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Certifying that Isaac Strong gent, by the hands of John Gardner and in the presence of Robert Skeeles, surrenders his one acre of land in Horseload, copyhold of the manor of Tyndalls and Lyles, Chatteris to the use of John Warth of Mill End, Chatteris, and his heirs, and that the said Warth has taken possession of the same. Copy of court roll, examined by Anthony Thompson, steward, duty stamp, endorsed with financial calculations, probably concerning fine and rent.

Dates: 14 Apr. 1715 (1 George I)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1708
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Certifying that Thomas Bowl[e]s, by the hands of Richard Leet and in the presence of Samuel Brooks, surrenders his one acre of land in Congreve, held copyhold of the manor of Tyndalls and Lyles, Chatteris to the use of John Warth and his heirs, and that the said Warth has been admitted to the same. Copy of court roll, examined by Thomas Lombe gent, steward; Matthew Robinson esq and Matthew Robinson Morris esq being lords of the manor, duty stamp.

Dates: 27 May 1752 (25 George II)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1709
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Certifying that the late John Warth (snr) held one acre of land at Horseload in the manor of Tindalls and Lyles, Chatteris, acquired in 1715 on the surrender of Isaac Strong gent (Doc 1705). His son and heir, John Warth (jnr), now petitions for and is admitted tenant in the same. Copy of court roll, examined by Thomas Lombe gent, steward; Matthew Robinson esq and Matthew Robinson Morris esq being lords of the manor, duty stamp.

Dates: 13 Oct. 1755 (29 George II)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1711
Scope and Contents Certifying that the late John Warth held one acre of land at Horseload in the manor of Tindalls and Lyles, Chatteris, acquired in 1755 on the death of his father John Warth (Doc 1709), and a further acre of land in Congreve, acquired in 1752 on the surrender of Thomas Bowles (Doc 1708). His son and heir, George Warth, a minor aged about twelve years, now petitions for and is admitted tenant in the same, under the guardianship of Daniel Fryer. Copy of court roll, examined by Thomas Lombe...
Dates: 28 Oct. 1756 (30 George II)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1712
Scope and Contents Certifying that Christopher Newton gent, of Hamerton, Huntingdonshire and John Warth of Chatteris, farmer, eldest son of John Warth, farmer, late of Chatteris, deceased, respectively mortgagee and mortgagor of the premises in question, have (out of court, on 20 Sep 1794) surrendered by the hands of William Dunn gent, steward of the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, various lands in Horseload, Mill Field, Delve Field, and Norden Field, all in Chatteris, to the use of Thomas Newitt of Chatteris,...
Dates: 18 May 1795 (35 George III)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1713
Scope and Contents Certifying that Christopher Newton gent, of Hamerton, Huntingdonshire and John Warth of Chatteris, farmer, eldest son of John Warth, farmer, late of Chatteris, deceased, respectively mortgagee and mortgagor of the premises in question, have surrendered (out of court, on 20 Sep 1794) by the hands of William Dunn gent, steward of the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, various lands in Mill Field and Delve Field, all in Chatteris, to the use of George Brooks of Chatteris, baker, and his heirs. Also...
Dates: 18 May 1795 (35 George III)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1717
Scope and Contents Certifying that Margaret Marriott is admitted to various copyhold lands in Crowload and elsewhere, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, as heir to the late tenant Ann Marriott, wife of John Marriott. Because Margaret is a minor (aged three), her father John is given custody of the lands until she reaches full age. Copy of court roll, examined by William Strong, steward; Malbon Scrimshire gent, Charles Worsley gent and his wife Clementia, and Peter Calborn gent being then lords of the manor, duty...
Dates: 1 June 1727 (13 George I)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1722
Scope and Contents Certifying that by her last will (Doc 1719), Mary Skeels bequeathed a tenement in Hive End with adjoining lands in Burnsfield, manor of Chatteris Ramsey, to Martha Palmer, widow, for life, the property then descending to George Palmer, Martha's son (Doc 1719). Since both Mary Skeels and Martha Palmer (who later married Charles Pitts deceased) are dead, George Palmer is admitted to the tenancy on payment of #80 fine, a guinea heriot, and at annual rent of 1s 11d. Copy of court roll, examined...
Dates: 23 May 1803 (43 George III)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1727
Scope and Contents Certifying that, in consideration of the sum of #1,195 duly paid to them by the surrenderee, John Stocker Freaks of Chatteris, farmer, and Margaret his wife have surrendered by the hands of the steward of the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, Thomas Sewell gent, their copyhold tenement in Hive End and Burnsfield, Chatteris, to the use of John Warth of Manea, farmer. Also that Warth has been admitted tenant at an unchanged annual rent of 2s 10d (no fine specified). Copy of court roll, examined by...
Dates: 15 May 1810 (50 George III)
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Admission (copy), Chatteris, Cambridgeshire

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Doc.1728
Scope and Contents Certifying that, in consideration of the sum of #1,150 duly paid to him by the surrenderee, George Palmer of Chatteris, yeoman has surrendered by the hands of the steward of the manor of Chatteris Ramsey, Thomas Sewell gent, his copyhold tenement in Hive End and Burnsfield, Chatteris, to the use of John Warth of Manea, farmer. Also that Warth has been admitted tenant at an annual rent of 1s 11d (no fine specified). Copy of court roll, examined by Thomas Sewell, the heirs of Thomas Carill...
Dates: 15 May 1810 (50 George III)
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Powys, Llewelyn, 1884-1939 (writer) 6
Rennie, John, 1761-1821 (engineer) 6
Roskill, Stephen Wentworth, 1903 - 1982 (naval historian) 6
Royal Air Force 6
Rutherford, Ernest, 1871-1937 (Baron Rutherford of Nelson, physicist) 6
Simpson, Donald Herbert, 1920 - 2002 (Librarian of the Royal Commonwealth Society) 6
Thatcher, Margaret Hilda, 1925 - 2013 (née Roberts, Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven, Prime Minister) 6
Welcker, Adair, 1858-1926 (author) 6
Whittle, Frank, Sir, 1907 - 1996 (Knight, Air Commodore, aeronautical engineer) 6
Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell 5
British Overseas Airways Corporation 5
Clare College, Cambridge 5
Gow, Andrew Sydenham Farrar, 1886-1978 (Classical Scholar) 5
James, I, 1566-1625 (King of Great Britain and Ireland) 5
Keynes, John Neville, 1852-1949 (logician, economist and university administrator) 5
Longmore, Laura, fl1948 - 1998 5
Macalister, Alexander, 1844-1899 (Professor of Anatomy and surgeon) 5
Madden, Sir Frederic, 1801-1873 (Knight, palaeographer and librarian) 5
Maxwell, James Clerk, 1831-1879 (Professor, scientist, physicist) 5
Minns, Sir Ellis Hovell, 1874-1953 (Knight, archaeologist, orientalist and linguist) 5
Saunderson, Nicholas, 1682-1739 (mathematician) 5
Scholfield, Alwyn Faber, 1884-1969 (Cambridge University Librarian) 5
Smith, Sir (Walter Buchanan-, 1879-1944, Knight) 5
Soames, Mary, Dame, 1922 - 2014 (née Churchill, writer, wife of Baron Soames) 5
Stevenson, Anne, 1933-2020 (poet) 5
Stokes, Sir George Gabriel, 1819-1903 (1st Baronet and physicist) 5
Thomas, Harold Beken, 1888 - 1971 (colonial administrator and historian) 5
Welch, John Hope, 1942- (poet, publisher and teacher) 5
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626 (Viscount St Alban, lord chancellor, politician and philosopher) 4
Bartholomew, Augustus Theodore, 1882-1933 (librarian) 4
Bateson, William, 1861-1926 (biologist) 4
Benson, Arthur Christopher, 1862-1925 (author and college head) 4
Blake, William, 1757-1827 (engraver, artist, and poet) 4
Blunden, Edmund Charles, 1896-1974 (poet) 4
Cambridge University Press 4
Charles, II, 1630-1685 (King of Great Britain and Ireland) 4
Churchill College 4
Elizabeth, I, 1533-1603 (Queen of England and Ireland) 4
Elizabeth, II, 1926 (Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) 4
Falconer, John, 1951 (Curator of photographs, British Library) 4
Foreign Office 4
Forster, Leonard Wilson, 1913-1997 (German scholar) 4
Glover, Terrot Reaveley, 1869-1943 (classical scholar and historian) 4
Great Britain. Colonial Office. Visual Instruction Committee 4
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