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Found in 941 Collections and/or Records:

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Grant to John Fan of Grantchester of a messuage with adjacent croft ; 2 acres and 3 roods all in Barton., 1497-09-01

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36B/59
Scope and Contents

The messuage and lands they lately held jointly with Robert Fan senior of Barton and Richard Adam of Chesterton, both deceased, by feoffment of John Cook, skinner and burgess of Cambridge and John Newman of Toft dated 12 Feb. 16 Edward IV (56 above).
Witnesses: John Taburham; Thomas Lete; Richard Cliffe; William Grigges; Nicholas Fan.

Dates: 1497-09-01
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Grant to John Fan, Robert Fan of Barton, yeoman and William Fan, son of the said John, of lands in Barton,and appointment of John Rolfe of Barton as their attorney to deliver seisin., 1502-10-04

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36B/64
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The lands comprise (i) lands as in 61 and (ii) the headland as in 62.
Witnesses: Robert Rolfe; John Aunger of Barton; Thomas Tilney; Thomas Leete [Lete]; Richard Pratt of Cambridge, butcher.

Dates: 1502-10-04
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Grant to John Gerund and Elena his wife of 5 selions of land in the fields of Granteseth [Grantchester] in Croftbroke., 1270 - 1307

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/1
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The selions lie between land of Sir Henry de Lacy and land of the Hospital of St John the Evangelist and abut on land of the Rector of Grantchester at Howedole.
Rent: 1 clove at Christmas and 10d to the chief lords.
Witnesses: Ralph le Eyr; Simon de Ferkins; Nicholas le Bolur; Richard de Harleston; Sayer de Fering; Roger Sabin of Grantchester; Robert Barun of Newnhan; John, scriptor, of Cambridge.

Dates: 1270 - 1307
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Grant to John Gibbon, butcher, of two tenements on the lane leading to the 'Milkmarket'., 1360-06-11

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/08/140
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The tenements lie to the south of the church between a tenement which Roger de Refham holds of St Radegund's on one side, and tenements of Thomas of Cambridge, Simon de Sleaford and John Hardy on the other, and abuts on the lane and on a tenement of the said Thomas held of the gift and enfeoffment of Ralph de Kerdington parson of Barley.
Witnesses: Stephen, son of Bartholomew Morice, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; Roger de Harlestone; John de Baldock; John Wyth; John Essex.

Dates: 1360-06-11
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Grant to John Gibbon senior of Cambridge of 2 acres of arable land in Barnwell fields, 1363-11-23

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/17/3/32
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The land lies between land of the Prior of Barnwell and abuts at one head of land formerly of John Cayly.
Witnesses: John London, mayor; William de Horwode; Richard Fouke; Henry Bayser; Henry Wade.

Dates: 1363-11-23
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Grant to John Gysel and William Freeeman of Cambridge of a tenement in Barnwell., 1414-07-30

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/17/3/46
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The tenement lies between a tenement of the Prior of Barnwell and a tenement formerly of John Hadleigh and abuts on the highway and on land of John Bush of Barnwell.
Witnesses: Simon Bentybow, mayor; John Zutte; John Ferrour; John Aldrich; Robert Bradway, bailiffs

Dates: 1414-07-30
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Grant to John Hadleigh of a messuage in Barnwell, 1379-10-11

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/17/3/37
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The messuage lies between a messuage of the Prior of Barnwell and a messuage once of Thomas de Barnwell of Cambridge, pulter, and abuts on the highway and on land once of Adam de Clifford.
Witnesses: Edmund Redmeadow [alias Lyster], mayor; John de Coton; John Smith of Barnwell; John Hervy; Brice Pocket.

Dates: 1379-10-11
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Grant to John Hardy, chaplain, William Wimble, Robert Gosberkyrke, clerk, and Willaim Halley, chaplain, of a messuage as in 82, 83 and 89., 1404-10-23

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/14/85
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Witnesses: John Herrys, mayor; Thomas Chandler; John Gainsford; William Brittling; William Duke, bailiffs

Dates: 1404-10-23
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Grant to John Henryot de Brunne of two messuages and a share in a garderobe in Lortburn lane; the messuages held by William de Willingham by feoffment of Sir Henry de Whittlesford, chaplain., 1337-11-25

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/18/46
Scope and Contents The messuages lie together between a tenement once of John de Comberton (N) and a tenement held by William de Snoring (S) and extend from the lane to a tenement of William Fyfhyde and William de Snoring. The garderobe, 7 foot by 7 foot, lies behind the messuage which the said William de Fyfhede holds.Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Toft; William de Campes; Nicholas Pawe; Richard de Arderne, bailiffs; John Morice; John Pittock; John Baron; William de Fyfhyde; Simon de...
Dates: 1337-11-25
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Grant to John Herris and Simon Bentybow of a messuage in Small Bridges Street which, with William Brittling they had by gift of John Goldington., 1412-09-24

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/11/72
Scope and Contents

The messuage lies between a tenement once John Burgh's and a tenement of Thomas Morice and abuts on a common way.

Dates: 1412-09-24
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Grant to John Hessewell [John Hazel?], Thomas Blackamoor, Thomas Regewyn, John Erlych and Thomas Baldwin of one shop once Richard Sexton senior's (as in 09/9/97)., 1467-04-27

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/09/105
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Witnesses: Robert Damay, mayor; Lewis Brampston; William Barford; William Godfrey and Thomas Mast, bailiffs.

Dates: 1467-04-27
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Grant to John Hosier, gentleman, William Newport and John Teversham of Teversham of two tenements one in St Benedict's parish and one in St Edward's., 1417-03-31

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/09/83
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The tenement in St Benedict's parish is next to a tenement of Thomas Jacob and abuts on Notes Lane, that in St Edward's is also next to a tenement of the said Thomas and abuts on the High Street.
Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; Simon Bentybow; John Chance; Thomas Jacob and Adam Leverington.

Dates: 1417-03-31
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Grant to John Hulme and Amicia his wife of a messuage near a messuage of John Coton and abutting on the highway., 1386-04-26

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/14/77
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Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Coton; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Prick; William Ripon, skinner

Dates: 1386-04-26
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Grant to John, King of Castile and Leon and Duke of Lancaster, and others, of all properties in Grantchester, Clayhithe and Wykes [Wicken] which he had from his uncle, master Thomas de Eltisley., 1379-03-13

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/58
Scope and Contents

The others are: Sir Thomas Hunirforth; Thomas Hasilden, master John Kynne; Thomas Walpole; William Belton, clerks; Roger Harlestone and John Morice of Cambridge,
Witnesses: Sir William Moyne, sheriff of Cambridge; Sir Baldwin de Sancto Georgio, knight; Jakes de Grantchester; John Blancpain, mayor of Cambridge; Stephen Morice; John Cotton.

Dates: 1379-03-13
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Grant to John Knyvet of Cambridge of 3 roods of arable., 1329-06-26

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/12
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The land lies at Halledelediche in Grantchester fields between land of the scholars of Merton Hall and land formerly of Richard Blauet.
Witnesses: Hugh le Bolour; Thomas de Audley; Bernard Attegrene; John Sabyn; Hugh le Eyr of Grantchester.

Dates: 1329-06-26
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Grant to John Kynne, Master of CCCC, William Litlington, clerk, William Wisbech and John Longley, clothier, of London of a tenement as in 83 and 85., 1385-04-02

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/18/87
Scope and Contents

Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Morice; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Caldecote; Roger Barber

Dates: 1385-04-02
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Grant to John le Barber of an acre of arable land called 'le longacre' in Barnwell fields, 1322-07-24

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/17/3/23
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One half acre lies between land of Eudo de Elpringham and land of John de Trumpington, and the other half acre between land of William Carbonel and land of the Canons of Sempringham and (the two together) extend lengthwide from the highway which leads towards Hadstock to the highway which leads towards Hinton,
Witnesses: Simon de Refham; Eudo de HElpringham; Robert de Comberton; Henry de Toft; John Pittock

Dates: 1322-07-24
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Grant to John le Barker, leather dresser, of three acres of arable land in Newnham crofts, 1359-11-28

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/13/37.a
Scope and Contents Of the 3 acres, 3 selions, formerly Richard le Tableter's, lie together next to land of Stephen son of Bartholomew Morice and abut on 'crochemannes hauedeland' and on 'cuftes croftes weye'; another 3 selions, formerly Daniel de Felsted's, lie together betweern land of the said John le Barker and land formerly Hugh le Bulr's and abut on Cuftes croftes weye and Crocheman's headland.Witnesses: Stephen son of Bartholomew Morice, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; William de Horwode; Daniel de...
Dates: 1359-11-28
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Grant to John le Barker of Cambridge of 5 acres of arable in Grantchester fields., 1360-03-26

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/36
Scope and Contents Three acres lie between Cuftescroftes way and Fulbrook field and abut on Cuftescroft and on the highway; 1 acre lies between land of Bartholomew de Burghersh, knight, and land of Richard le Clerk and abuts on Grantchester meadow; 1 acre lies between land of the said Bartholomew and land of Thomas de Thechewell and abuts on 'olde Newenhamcros'.Witnesses: Stephen son of Bartholomew Morice, mayor of Cambridge; Robert Cl;erk of Chesterton; William Fenyghan, tawyer; William Clopton; John...
Dates: 1360-03-26