Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Histroical notes on the parish of Fowlmere.
Genealogical tables of the kings of England from William I to Richard III.
Genealogical memoranda in Beltz's and other hands, 36 folios. On the flyleaf at the end are 'Ornaments of majesty' in a sixteenth century hand. Inside the front cover are the bookplates of Frederick Arthur Crisp and Ralph Griffin.
The [portion of the advowson] was attached to lands in Wimpole which Robert Avenel, now deceased, held of Helen, and is now detached from them.
Witnesses: Master Richard Crocheman; William Poer; Richard son of Yvo; William his brother; John son of Yvo; Roger le Waleys; William Thurgar; Robert, clerk of Girton.
Opinions of counsel and precedents of wills, conveyancing and pleas. The names of counsel are given. There are genealogical notes and monumental inscriptions on pages 155-62, 191-213, and 252-231 (reversing the volume), which, according to Ralph Griffin (fol. i r), are in the hand of Edward Hasted, the historian of Kent. However, his claim is not readily reconcilable with the dates of the legal material.
Letter from William Frere to his aunt, Lady Fenn re pedigree of family members buried at Finingham, with notes of family tree and birth dates of him and his siblings and other family members (all in envelope labelled Family);
wrapper of letter to Lady Fenn, with birth dates of family members; family tree
Including papers of Masters, Professors and Fellows of Downing College, and gifts from past members. Includes academic administrative records but not estates correspondence.
Records of the Cambridge University Heraldic and Genealogical Society, and predecessors, 1950 - 1996
The category - Student administration and support records - comprises records relating to student admissions at all levels, graduate students, visiting senior scholars, student careers advice and welfare, together with the records of clubs and societies.
The collection contains family and personal correspondence, and also genealogical papers mostly compiled by Walter J. Wyon. There are papers relating to the family's official work, and also to their private commissions as medallists, engravers and sculptors.