Found in 951 Collections and/or Records:
Nos 30 (now 43), 31, 42, 44, 45, 54, 73 not used. Nos 1-40 formerly XXXVII 19-21. Nos. 41-76 formerly XXXVII 16. Nos. 77-83 formerly XXXVII 15.
The section has been extensively re-numbered in the past.
For further deeds relating to Barton and the manor of Barton Lancaster see CCCC09/37 (XXXVII).
For copies of early deeds see 87.
Witnesses: Peter de Beche; Peter his son; William Calvus [Bald]; William de Trumpington; Robert Uncle (auunculus); Baldwin Blangernum; Alebric Ruffus; Algar Nobilis; Walter de Cottenham; Hugh Plume; Hervey Grim; Robert Seman; John his brother; Adam Wiriel; Baldwin and Nicholas his brothers; Ralph son of Geoffrey; Hugh Maur; Roger Perleben
Confirmation of earlier grant to the Master and Scholars of CCCC of the right to hold services in St Botolph's, with right of ingress and egress,, 1460-01-15
A note by G. A. Wise, dated 12 Sept. 1936. 'on the cataloguing of the deeds of St Botolph parish' analyses the sub-groups 1 to 8; 9 consists of miscellaneous deeds in chronological order. XII 97 and 98 relate to the parish of Over and are listed there.
Confirmation of grant of land by her mother Helwys (as in 2 y) to Robert son of William de Madingley, 1304-07-25
Witnesses: Sir Geoffrey de Burdeleys, knight; John son of William; James Warin; Roger Wendut; Roger Terri; William Eagle
Confirmation to Robert Hubert of half an acre in Portefield on 'Aldermannehyl', which Robert Bateman of Upware and the said Cecily granted to Robert Hubert., 1260 - 1268
The land lies between land of St John's Hospital and land formerly of William Blodles and abuts on Daleride and on a dole of the said Hospital.
Witnesses: John le Rus, mayor; Richard son of Laurence; William Elyot; Bartholomew Gogging; Symon Pistor; Peter Mariscallus; John Portehors; Stephen de Seldford, pistor; Hugh de Barnwell; Peter Curteys; Robert son of Walter
Confirmation to Thomas Wyth of the reversion of lands, rents and tenements in the fields of Cambridge and Barnwell., 1340-03-02
The lands rents and tenements are those which Beatrix de Haslingfield, Thomas Dengayne and Katerine his wife, de Stockton, which reversion John Flory, brother and heir of the said Simon granted, after the death of the said Simon, to Master William de Warwick; his executors, John de Hinton and William de Warwick granted it to Geoffrey de Lynn.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Toft; John Weyth; John de Refham; John de Barrington; Thomas de Cottenham; Henry de Middelton.
Conveyance to Walter Camerarius of Pelham Arsa of the feudal rights due from Ralph ad Crucem, Henry Prundhumme and William son of Nicholas de Clavering on annual payment of a rose on St John the Baptist's day. Fee: 3s., 1220 - 1250
Witnesses: William Lovel; Peter ad Crucem; Henry de Wancy; Peter Sonke; William Bassat; Ansell Le Grey; William son of Peter.
Witnesses: John Herrys; John Burgoyne; William William; Roger Warde; Thomas Knight.
The plot is 26 feet long and 15 feet wide.
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; Richard de Bottisham; Philip de Comberton; Robert de Comberton; Walter Cole, bailiffs; John Robillard, Richard de Caumpes; John Pawe; William Gladwyn.
Endorsed: Carta Sabine Habslofe coperuo (?) exitu concessa Sabiner Fulsham quam collegium de merton te' . . .
See Liber Albus f. 56 (new foliation) for a plan
The messuage lies between messuages of John Morice and Eva Heuyd, and extending from High Street to land of John le Breton.
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Morice; Peter de Berningham; William de Brunne; William Holay; Ralph de Comberton; William de Sledmere; Richard de Morden; Ralph the clerk
10s 4d arises from a tenement which Margery Ostler holds for life from CCCC and 4s from a tenement which Thomas Lolworth holds of CCCC, both payable at Hock Day and Michaelmas.
Witnesses: John Blancpain, mayor; Thomas Trivet; William Blickling; John Abraham; William de Comberton
The grant confirms to Peter de Bodesham [Bottisham], chaplain, the vicarage of St Botolph, the vicarage receiving all tithes, dues, etc., in return for an annual payment of 4 marks, Sept. 1235
Copy of grant to Thomas Bradfield. John Beverache, John Chandeler, chaplain, and the heirs of John of the tenement and rent as in 92., 1399-11-22
The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Trivet (N) and a tenement of Thomas Lolworth (previously of John Weston) (S) and abuts on a college tenement and on Milne street.
Witnesses: John Blancpayn, mayor; Thomas Trivet; William Blything; John Abraham; William de Comberton.
There are minor variants. 143b, for example, omits the title 'Archbishop of Armagh'
No. 5 reclassified; nos. 26, 28, 36 and 37 and R11 not used. No. 38 relates to Chatteris. R13 is concerned with various estates and is listed under 'Cambridgeshire, various'.
With covering letter from solicitors, dated 21 Sept. 1928.
Counterpart of grant in exchange with John Crane of two yards with buildings on them previously in the tenure of John Porter and now of John Crane in Regent Walk (dimensions given) for a tenement in Trumpington Street., 1647-04-30
Entries in Lease Book 1 are noted as copies, or, where the originals are no longer held, are intercalated, Note that this lease book has many marginal notes, mostly by Matthew Parker, seldom entered here, giving cross-references to later leases of the same proprty, and indications of the 'present' tenant.
Nos 93, 122 and 125 not used.
Draft grant to Henry son of Nicholas Aunger of Whitwell of annual rents at Barton, Whitwell and Grantchester, 1380 - 1390
On dorse an inventory of goods and notes including boundaries of a property in Whitwell.
Draft of a grant to John Gibbon, butcher, of a curtilage between a tenement of the said John and a tenement of Henry Bungay., 1358-12-11
Witnesses: Hugh Barlaston, mayor, William Horwode.
On dorse: draft of 09/8/140 (1360)
Grant 24s of rent formerly due to the Crown, given under licence of 6 Jan., 17 Ed.III to the Gild of St Mary, 1344-03-31
These include deeds of properties not yet in the gild's possession, and, towards the end of the period, documents relating to the uniting of the two gilds
Grant as demise (indented) to John of Cambridge of all lands, etc., as in 09/4/1/52 (VII 55a) for the life of Agnes in return for maintaining her., 1310-07-23
The lands are to return to Joan, daughter of John Dunning on Agnes' death.
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; Robert Dunning; Henry de Toft; William Carbonel; Simon de Bradley, bailiff; Guy le Spicer; Richard Lawrence; Lawrence Seman; Simon de Reynham.