Found in 90 Collections and/or Records:
Printed copy of Latham's will.
Extract from Walton's will listing what he bequeathed to Trinity Hall.
Copy of will incorporated.
Two copies of notarial extract from will leaving £150 to CCC, after his wife's decease, to purchase freehold lands to support exhibitions for 2 poor scholars and a bachelor exhibition., 1700-05-24
The poor scholars are to be, for preference, the chapel clerk and the janitor, are to receive 1s a week and are to exhibit Hebrew exercises to the Hebrew Lecturer once a quarter; the Bachelor exhibition is worth 50s a year and is to help a poor scholar, skillful in the Hebrew language to take his degree of B.A.
Annotated: Wherewith the lands at Stow Quoy were purchased rented at £4 per annum.
The wills of James Johnson, William Allen, Nathanael Lloyd, John Andrew and Horatio Goodbehere. All wills in this volume are extracts from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
Attested copies of documents (nos. 1-5) and correspondence. Dates given are as in 23-27.
Will (copy) with reference to lease of tenements belonging to the college in St Mary's parish., 1680-10-18
Proved London, 3 June 1681. Endorsed: 'A copy of Mr Tho: Daye's Will wherein he bequeathes to his son Robt: a Lease of some Tenements in St Marie's belonging to the Coll: , his Farm of Little Welsey in Ketton to his Dau: Eliz:, a Ring to Dr Spencer & 180£ to the use of St Marie's parish, &c, 1581'
Will, leaving 11 acres and 2 roods of fen at Bottisham, and 10 acres, 2 roods of arable at Quy to his son Francis, 1712-11-01
Probate by Vicar General of the Bishop of Ely annexed.
Mary his wife is the sole legatee.