Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Agreement with Peter de Walpole of Cambridge and Elizabeth, Peter's wife, concerning the diversion of 20s annual rent proceeding from one tenement., 1353-09-21
The tenement lies between a tenement of Master Roger de Harleston and the King's Ditch and abuts on Roger de Harleston's tenement and on the king's highway.
Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; Master Rogert de Harleston; John Wyth; John de Essex; Roger de Refham.
The collection includes notes and drafts of published writings, texts of speeches given to the House of Lords and to other institutions, reference notes, subject files, engagement diaries, and personal papers.
This collection comprises essays, reviews, poetry, plays and correspondence written by Julian Bell, as well as secondary material; that is, correspondence, printed obituaries and news cuttings assembled since Julian Bell's death by Quentin Bell.
This collection brings together items by and about Rupert Brooke from a variety of sources. It includes manuscript and typescript copies of Brooke's poetry and prose, correspondence between Rupert Brooke and others and a number of photographs. A limited amount of biographical and supplementary material, concentrated on items originating after Brooke's death, can also be found in this collection.
Bursar's memoranda and correspondence, mostly with the Provost, about various building schemes for King's Lane, Scholars' Piece, the Garden Hostels and the King's Parade area.
XI 9 appears not to relate to Cambridge and is listed at 09/1/10. Nos 51 to 59 (with the possible exception of 56.a and b) not found March 2005. Nos 99, 103-05, 108-10, 112, 115, 119, 122 and 129 not found, perhaps not used.
Lists of landholders, tithe particulars, poor rates, rate assessments and valuations for the various parts of Cambridgeshire.
In 1856 the Poor Law Guardians in Cambridge resolved upon a survey and valuation of rateable property in the parishes of their union. The survey was carried out by Richard Harwood and John Rolfe Mann. Its findings form MSS.Add.5730-5745. An earlier assessment of land in Cambridgeshire, MSS.Add.5717-5729, was partly the work of Thomas Utton.
Diaries, writings on the history of music in Cambridge and the history of the Vatican library, correspondence and papers on Ximénès Doudan, Caspar von Kinschot and Reyner Wolfe.
Grant to Eleanor de Gurnay of a parcel of land at an annual rent of a pair of white gloves. Gersuma of 18 shillings sterling (neighbours as in 09/10/1., 1260 - 1290
Witnesses: William Eliot; Thomas Plate'; Henry de Mordon; William Godson; John le Cutler; Robert Edward; William Molendinar; John Faber; Robert de Hauxton of York, scrivener.
Grant to Eleanor de Gurnay of a parcel of land at an annual rent of one halfpenny. Gersuma of one silver mark., 1260 - 1290
The land constitutes the southernmost part of Matilda's messuage and lies between the messuage held by Eleanor and a house given by Matilda to her daughter, and abuts on a tenement of Helen Althope and land once Simon Godelot's.
Witnesses: William Eliot; Peter de Wilbraham; Robert de Madingley; Ernisius Mercator; William Goldring; Robert Edward; William Molendinar'; William Godson; John le Cutler; Nicholas Day.
Grant to Geoffrey de Boudon, citizen and spice-dealer of London, of 20s annual quit rent from a corner tenement in the tenancy of Peter le Smith in the parish of St Andrew within Barnwell Gates., 1317-01-04
The tenement lies between a tenement once Walter le Usher's (N) and the King's Ditch (S) abd extends from the king's highway (W) to the King's Ditch (E).
Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; John de Denford; Robert de Welton; Gilbert de Chacy; William de Bodeney, bailiff; Simon de Refham; Guy Lespicer; John de Leyk'; Adam de Bungay; Thomas de Elm.
Grant to John de Beche and Emma de Wereham of two empty pieces of ground within Barnwell Gates, 1361-11-05
The plots lie between a vacant plot of CCCC and a plot once Stephen de Paunfield's and abut at one head on the college plot and the King's Ditch at at the other on Petty Cury.
Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; Roger de Harleston; John de Baldock; Richard de Finchingfield; Geoffrey Pawe; John de Fulbourn.
Grant to John de Secchenill, William de Horwode, William the perpetual vicar of the church of All Saints' next St John's Hospital, and John de Stockton of Cambridge of part of a messuage with reversion to the rest on the death of Katherine Dengayne., 1356-10-31
The part-messuage lies between a college tenement and a tenement of Master Roger de Harleston, once John de Newton's, and abuts on the king's highway.
Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; John de Baldock; John Wyth; Roger de Refham; John de Berney.
Grant to John le Noble, chaplain, Henry de Tangmere, William de Horwode, Thomas de Buckworth, Thomas de Childerley, John de Eccles and Simon de Sleaford of one messuage., 1349-05-06 - 1349-05-13
The messuage is next to a tenement of John de Cottenham and abuts on the king's highway.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas Wyth; John de Cottenham; Peter Carbonel; John de Impington.
Grant to John le Noble, chaplain, Henry de Tangmere, William de Horwode, Thomas Wyth, John Arnold, Thomas de Buckworth, Thomas de Childerley, John de Eccles, Guy Foukes and Robert de Fulbourn of a messuage, 1349-05-09
The messuage is next to a tenement of William Pawe and extends from the king's highway up to a garden once William de Warwick's.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; John de Cottenham; John de Bromholm; William Pawe; John de Pupiton; William de Lindsey.
Witnesses: Simon de Refham; John de Denford; Robert de Comberton; John Pilet; John Morice.
Grant to Master Thomas de Eltisley, senior, William Horwode and Robert de Stayne of an empty plot, once John Sedgeville's, in Petty Cury, 1362-01-02
The plot lies between a tenement once Stephen de Paunfield's (W) and a tenement of CCCC (E)
The property lies between a messuage of Willliam Pawe and a messuage once Walter de Ware's and abuts (E) on the king's highway.
Grant to Simon son of Henry de Barton of land in the parish of St Andrew without Barnwell Gate., 1260 - 1290
The land lies between land once Simon Godelot's and land once William de Newnham's and abuts (N) on land once Matilda Gallion's.
Witnesses: the Dean of Cambridge; Bartholomew Gogging; William Eliot; Robert de Madingley; Philip de Hingham.
The 12d is the annual rent of Alice Mirielond's house, lying in St Botolph’s parish between Adam le Barbur’s messuage and the King’s Ditch, and is made in return for the Gild's prayers, etc.,
Witnesses: John Martin, mayor of Cambridge; John Gerund, Geoffrey le Ferrur, Robert Wymund, Robert Toylat, bailiffs; William Helyoth, William le Combere, John Matelast, William Markes et aliis.
The property came to be part of the college site.