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Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire

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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

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Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire: Copies of Documents

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.4369
Scope and Contents Copies of documents dating from 1626-1795, with the watermark 1806, 128 folios: (p. 1) copy of an inspeximus, 12 February 1684; (p. 48) list of lots; (p. 69) 'The manner of tything in Whittlesey'; (p. 80) copy of the decree for fines certain, 1626; (p. 100) contents of the fens; (p. 106) account of arable lands; (p. 107) copy of the writ of execution of the decree upon the statute of 43d of Elizabeth, 5 June 1668; (p. 123) copy of the exemplification of judgement in Budd v. Hemmant and...
Dates: 1806
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Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire: manorial surveys and rentals

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.3826
Scope and Contents

(fo. 2) title page; (fo. 4) bounds of manors of Whittlesey St Mary's and Whittlesey St Andrew's; (fo. 5) survey of same, 1603; (fo. 8) rental for manor of Whittlesey St Mary's, 1603; (fo. 21) copies of leases in the same; (fo. 26) rental for manor of Whittlesey St Andrew's, 1603; (fo. 36) terrier for both manors. fos 7, 24: blank. Inside back cover: 'Toyer Forster his book', the name repeated five times, and the date 1699. The name also occurs, with much scribbling, inside front cover.

Dates: 1603 (Transcribed in late 17th cent. hand.)
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