Found in 951 Collections and/or Records:
The advowson was purchased by the college in 1718. For the early history of the advowson see 1a below.
For the decision to purchase on the favourable report of two fellows, see Chapter Book, 3, pp. 64-5.
The modern references for 1g and 1h have been reversed to preserve the chronological sequence.
Nos 7, 9, 11 and 13 not used.
Grant of the Manor of Burdeleys manor to John Say, Laurence Cheyne, John Cheyne, William Allington, esquires, Thomas Audenby and John Audley., 1449-12-16
Witnesses: Gilbert Hore; John Morice, esquires; Thomas Burgoyne.
Grant of the Manor of Wydyngton [Widdington][ with advowson of the church to John le Baud, parson of Grantchester and Sir John ate Lee, chaplain., 1351-05-16
A wood called 'Lundinghoc' (London Jock) and the hedges and ditches surrounding it is excepted.
Witnesses: John de Ros; Robert de Geddinge, knights; Thomas de Shelton; Robert de la Rokele; Oliver de Barle; John Flambard; William Flambard; John de Wydyngton
Grant of yearly rent of 8d from 5 roods of arable land to the fraternity of the merchants of the Gild of St Mary . . . to be held by hereditary right., 1303-09-29
The land comprised 5 roods of arable land, lying in the field of [Cherry] Hinton, which is called Elder-Marsh; 3 roods lying between Robert, the vicar of Cherry Hinton’s land and that of Nicholas More; with half an acre between that, the vicar’s and Richard Julian’s land.
The property came to be part of the college site.
Grant (patent) to Robert son of William de Madingley of homage and service of Thomas de Glemsford, his tenant, for one messuage and lands in Madingley of the fee of the Master of the Knights Templar., 1301-08-01
Witnesses: Sir Geoffrey de Burdeleys; John son of William de Madingley; William his brother; James Warin; Roger Wendut; Roger Terri; William Ogle; John le Palmer.
Consideration: rent, one halfpenny; gersuma, 40s.
Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; John Portehors; Robert Wymund; John de Aylsham; Gerard de Stagno, bailiffs; Simon de Bradley; Robert his brother; Richard de Hockele; William Glenester; John Scriptor of Cambridge.
Grant to Adam Clerk, rector of Landbeach, Sir John Clerk, chaplain there, Thomas Royston and Thomas Wale [? Overwritten] of 22 and a half acres and one and a half roods of arable in Milton and Landbeach, which John held by gift of Adam., 1442-01-10
No. 1 not used. No. 116 relates to Swaffham; No. 178 is now 207A
Also included are holdings in the nearby parishes of Milton (Middleton), Cottenham (Cotenham), Impington (Impiton or Empiton), and elsewhere
Grant to Adam de Baylham, burgess and fishmonger, of a messuage as in 43, but with last abuttal given as a tenement formerly of John Breton, 1335-02-19
Witnesses: John Pittock, mayor, William de Brunne; John de Weston; Daniel de Felsted; William de Fifhyde; Robert de Cottenham; William Holay.
Grant to Adam de Bungay, apothecary, of a messuage in Trumpington street [House C, as in 20.a]., 1308-06-14
Grant to Adam de Bury, 'sauser', and John de Lynn, clothier, of a garden in Newnham which he had from Robert de Cam of Long Stanton., 1349-04-10
The garden lies next to a tenement of John Cockham and abuts on land of Geoffret Warboys and on the highway.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Richard de Arderne; Adam de Baylham; Robert de Cottenham; John de Eton, smith.
Grant to Adam de Sahan, clerk, and Clementine his wife, of a messuage between ther respective tenements and abutting on the highway and backing onto land of the said Adam., 1311-05-02
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Pilat; Thomas de Branketre; Remer de Trumpington, bailiffs; Miles de Trumpington; William Holay; William de Leeds; William Thurrock; Ralph de Comberton; William de Hinderclay.
Grant to Adam son of Regin del marcis [Queen of the Marches?] and Agnes his wife, sister of Geoffrey, of two and a half acres of arable in Pelham., 1230 - 1250
One acre lies lengthwise next to Prestelandestrate next to land of Emma de Woorcy and abuts on Prestelandemade, another half acre lies next to Kuwemare on the north; and a half acre lies in Prestelande and abuts on meadowland.
Witnesses: Richard de Grey; Henry de Wancy; Robert de Grey; Walter de Standon; William de Sarneres; Thomas de Beche and Henry his brother.
Grant to Agnes, daughter of Robert de Brunne of Cambridge, of half an acre of arable land in Newnham Croft., 1327-10-04
The land lies between land of St John's Hospital and land formerly Henry Pestur's and extends from the highway to Robert Dunning's mill pond (cf. 6 above).
Witnesses: Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; Robert de Comberton; Andrew de Hitchin; Geoffrey de Warboys; Simon de Bradley.
Grant to Agnes daughter of Robert Vivien of a site with buildings, previously held of the said Thomas and his ancestors of William Eliot, at an annual rent of one penny. Gersuma: 2 marks (£1 6s 8d)., 1271-09-28
The site lies between two lanes to the west of the great bridge, and between the house of Geoffrey de Spertegrave and Agnes his wife (W) and the grantor's house (E).
Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Richard Laurence; William Tuliet; John Portehors; Henry de Barton; William Eliot; Bartholomew Gogging; Simon ad Aquam; John Hiccy.
Grant to Agnes Lorimer of Barton of a messuage with adjacent croft and 3 acres of arable in the vill and fields of Barton and Whitwell., 1374-10-15
The messuage was lately William Brodheye and lies between the lands of Roger de Trumpington and Ralph Capellar and abuts on the king's highway over the King's Ditch.
Witnesses: William Eliot; Ralph Capellar; Robert his brother; Robert de Madingley; Jordanus de St Radegund; Henry Page; Richard Godfry; Ernisius the Merchant; Henry Nadun.
Grant to Alan de Wells, burgess, and Joan his wife of a house with adjacent courtyard ('Curia') in Honey lane (as in 7), 1306-01-27
Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice, Peter de Burlingham, Adam Godson, bailiffs; Reginald de Comberton; Geoffrey le Feron; Walter de Caston.
Endorsed: 'ten' Alani de Welles infradictum clausum de Hennaye'
Grant to Alan de Wells, burgess, and Joan his wife of a tenement with a large entrance (magna porta)., 1294-11-20 - 1294-11-22
Witnesses: John Gerund, mayor; Peter le Baker; Guy le Spicer; Simon Sephare; John Perrin, bailiffs; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Robert Steersman; Reginald de Comberton; Henry de Barton; John de Aylsham; John de Branketr; Walter the Clerk.
Grant to Alan de Wells, burgess, of a capital messuage between the tenements of Alan and of Margaret once wife of the said Nicholas and the tenement of Richard Duny, 1295-03-28
The land extends 39 feet from the road leading to the said quay to land of Simon Goodman and 24 feet between the ditches on the said quay.
Witnesses: Michael Pilet, mayor; William de Hulmo; Thomas de Madingley; John Prentice, bailiffs; Reginald de Comberton; Robert Steersman; Miles de Trumpington; Robert de Shelford; Walter the Clerk.
Endorsed: tenementum quondam Alani de Welles super le Cornheth
Grant to Alan Estmond of Fen Ditton of a messuage as in 3 cc and 3 dd (but the croft of the last abuttal is now of John Sped), 1346-10-12
Witnesses: Hugh le Smith; Thomas Joachim; John Porter; Simon de Welton; John de Ware (as in 3 dd).
Grant to Alan his son of a messuage in Newnham at an annual rent of 16d with the proviso that he do not demise it to any religious house., 1260 - 1290
The messuage lies between land of William Kenelowe and land formerly Hervey Bullock's and extends lengthwise from the great street to the land of Thomas Tuliet.
Witnesses: John Frede; John Waubert; Stephen Carnifex; John le Newe; Thomas his son; Richard Attepond; Thomas Godrich; Ambrose; William Baynard; Richard le Flauner.
Grant to Alan le Glover of Howes on his marriage to Adam's sister, Colina, of a strip of land in Chesterton field, 1250 - 1290
The strip lies in Eastfield at 'Wullokesthre' between the headland of the Prior of Barnwell and land of Nicholas de Girton..
Witnesses: James de Histon; Robert de Howton; Robert le Fraunk; Henry le Frank; Thomas Freeman of Girton; William Payn; Martin de Brinkley; John Gotobed; John the clerk.
Endorsed: Adam Reyne
Grant to Alan le Taylour and Margery his wife of a messuage with a house and a piece or arable land., 1331-06-23
The messuage lies between a messuage of Richard Le Hunter and a messuage of John Le Yevioure (?); the land lies between land of Henry Le Chaumberleyn called Seluerlowe and land of the said John le Yevour and abuts (S) on land of Robert Thomas and (N) on land of Robert Le Hunter.
Witnesses: Nicholas de Grey; Peter Shonke; Nicholas Rande; John Wygges; Walter Alwryth.