Found in 951 Collections and/or Records:
The land lies between land of Henry de Wancy and land of Robert of the monastery (de monasterio).
Witnesses: Roger son of Richard le Grey; William son of Peter; William son of Henry; Peter Sonke; Henry de Wancy; Richard Banastre; William de Sarners.
Grant to Walter Camerarius of an annual rent of 4s 2d payable by Anselm le Grey, William de Sarners, Richard le Grey and John Patrich, 1220 - 1250
Witnesses: Simon de Furnell; Walter de Capell; William de la More; John de Scharlar'; Roger le Grey; Henry de Wancy; William son of Peter; Peter Sonke; Warin Carpentar; Hugh son of Adam; Roger son of Maurice; Hubert his brother; William the clerk.
Grant to Walter Camerarius of her son, William Wigge, with all his land and service, along with 3 acres of arable; a messuage with a croft and 3 acres of arable; and another messuage with a croft., 1220 - 1250
One acre lies between lands of the said Walter in Vestleye, and 3 roods lie in Bradecompe between lands of the said Walter and land of Gilbert son of Alan le Cordwainer and abut (W) on land of Nicholas le Grey and (E) on a wood of the said Nicholas.
Witnesses: Nicholas le Grey; Peter Sconke; Ralph Camerarius; William Basset; William son of Thomas le Grey; Roger son of Anselm le Grey; Robert Sarners, chaplain
Grant to Walter Camerarius of the manor of Rutingdene [Rottingdean, Sussex] , with homage and service of freemen, villeins, etc., except the homage and service of Sir John son of William, and anything arising from his lands in Rutingdene., 1200 - 1230
Witnesses: Roger, Prior of Bretton; Sir Philip de Cortillingeston; Sir John de Bosevill; Sir Robert de Wikerlay; William de Bileham; John, parson of Plumtree; Rener de Wamwell; Robert de Eland; Robert, clerk of Sir Thomas son of William.
Grant to Walter Chamberlain, Lord of Landbeach, of 3 headlands and ½ an acre of arable. Annual payment: 1 rose., 1250 - 1260
Grant to Walter Chamberlain of a carucate with the manor and advowson of Landbeche and the homage and services due from her freemen and villeins. Annual payment: 1 rose., 1250
Grant to Walter de Barking, burgess, and Ivette his wife, of a tenement held by feoffment of William Sephare junior, 1301-09-21
The tenement lies between a tenement of the Walter and a tenement of John Morice, and extends from land of Margaret Sherwind to land of the said Walter.
Witnesses: Simon de Stocton, mayor; Walter Cole; Philip de Comberton; Richard de Bottisham, Robert de Comberton, bailiffs; Robert de Hinton; William de Leeds; Walter de Caston
Grant to Walter de Barking, burgess, of a shop which he had by feoffment of William Sephare junior, 1300-09-08
The shop lies between land of the said Walter and land of Walter Fairchild, and extends from the highway to land of John Pawe.
Witnesses: Guy le Spicer, mayor; Simon de Stockton; Robert Culling; John Prentice; Richard Dunning, bailiffs; Robert de Hinton; William Holay; Ralph de Comberton; Benedict Pistor.
Grant to Walter de Brockesheued and Alice his wife of 4½ acres of land at Burstouwe (or Burstonwe) with all of adjoining meadow.. Annual fee of 6s 8d for all services and demands save suit at the grantor's court at Clavering., 1280 - 1320
Witnesses: William son of Richard; William son of Walter; Edmund son of Richard; John atte Ponde; John Pollard.
Grant to Walter de Oxon', servant of the university, of a piece of ground with a house on it stretching from St Mary's churchyard to Smith Row and lying between land of William le Comber and land of Robert Whitesmith., 1270 - 1271
Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; William Eliot; Ernisius Mercator; Osbert Ferrur; Henry Nadun; Roger de Ely; Richard Bateman and Robert de Madingley.
Grant to Walter de Sedgeford, his brother, vicar of St Edward's, Cambridge, of a tenement in Segrims Lane which is now called Plotes Lane., 1345-06-24
The tenement lies between a tenement of Henry de Gransden and the said lane and abuts on a tenement formerly of Andrew de Hitchin and on a tenement of John de Teversham.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Brunne; Stephen Morice; John Redhood; William de Brigham, bailiffs; Henry de Beche; John de Weston; Richard de Arderne; John de Teversham.
Grant to Walter de Sedgeford, perpetual vicar of St Edward's church, Cambridge, and to Robert Parchminer of one messuage in Cambridge town and lands and tenements in the fields of Cambridge, Grantchester and Cotes., 1352-10-13
Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; Daniel de Felsted; Richard de Arderne; Andrew de Cottenham; Richard Martin.
The messuage lies between a tenement of John de Denford and a tenement of William de Eyton rector of St Bene't's and abuts on the highway and on land of Geoffrey Warboys.
Witnesses: John Laurence; Peter Baron; Walter Charner; Simon Smeke; William Islip; John de Denford; John King'.
Grant to Walter Smith, clerk, Rector of St Bene't's, of a tenement which he held with Simon Grene, clerk, deceased, by gift of the said Walter Smith (as in 148), 1488-02-22
Witnesses: John Keynsham, mayor; John Rawleyn; Robert Bolton; Roger Ellis; Thomas Bower, bailiffs
Grant to Walter Smith, Rector of St Benedict's, of an acre of arable land in 'Haycroftefurlong' (as in 09/4/1/145)., 1488-02-22
Witnesses: John Keynsham, mayor; John Rawlin; Robert Bolton; Roger Ellis; Thomas Bower, bailiff.
Grant to Walter Smith, Robert Baker, clerks, and William Corneerd [Corner] of a tenement between tenements of CCCC and abutting (W) on the High Street and (E) on a tenement of the said college and the rectory of St Bene't's., 1458-09-29
Witnesses: Thomas Hayreman, mayor; Robert Daman; William Tomays; Robert Coker, bailiffs; William Roger
Grant to Walter son of Henry le Chamberleyn of an annual rent of 20s from 18½ acres and one rood of land and 1 acre and 1 rood of meadow., 1220 - 1250
Witnesses: Simon de Furneux; Richard de Wydeford; Walter son of William; Hamon Opest; Nicholas le Grey; Simon de Filldenewode; Richard le Grey.
Grant to Walter Taylard, John Warwick, Thomas Fordham, both of Cambridge; John Boner of Wimpole and Walter Boner of Harleston of lands, rents, services, etc. formerly of William Bonsey senior in Arrington., 1443-05-10
Witnesses: John Walter of Crauden; John Morell, Thomas Semer, William Coulyng, Robert Taylor all of Arrington
Grant to Walter Taylard, John Warwick; Thomas Fordham; John Boner and Walter Boner of lands, tenements, meadows, pastures, grazing, rents and service in Arrington, 1443-05-10
The property was formerly of William Bonsey, senior, of Arrington and was held by the donors with the said William Bonsey and John Whaplode of Cambridge, butcher, both deceased, by gift of Robert Thorunby, John Jappenvyle of Arrington and John Kynysson of Pyncote.
Witnesses: John Walter of Crauden; John Morell; Thomas Semer; William Coulyng and Robert Taylor, all of Arrington.
Witnesses: William son of Peter; Henry son of Peter; William son of William; Roger le Grey; Peter Sonke; Henry de Wancy; Richard Banastre; William de Sarners; Robert Pagan.
Grant to Wiliam Bracy and Margaret his wife of two thirds of his capital messuage, his mother holding the remaining third (dimensions given)., 1260 - 1270
Witnesses: Thomas Tuliet; John le Rus; William Tuliet; John Gogging; Reginald Sherewind; Nicholas Textor; Robert Faber; John Mich'; Thomas Hardy.
Grant to Wiliam Note and Agnes his wife of a house twenty feet long between Plotes Lane and a tenement of the said William and abutting on tenements of the said William and Henry., 1353-02-24
Witnesses: William de Horwode, mayor; Richard Morice; Richard de Arderne; William Wind; Walter Smith; John de Cottenham; William de Cotes
Grant to William Albus Faber [Whitesmith] of a messuage lying between the land of Maurice Rufus and land of William Cultelarius., 1216 - 1272
Witnesses: Hervey son of Eustace; Robert Sam'; Geoffrey Potekin; Alberic Mercerius; Geoffrey Prat; Michael son of Bernard; Henry Eliot; Geoffrey Orgar; Childman; Osbert le Painter; Simon de Sancto Botulf'; Thomas de Ferun.
Grant to William Beketon and Thomas Bodney, clerks, of a tenement once of William Milnestrete, baxter (see 85)., 1399-08-21
The tenement lies between tenements of CCC on either side and abuts on the highway and on a tenement once of Isabella Branketre.
Witnesses: Robert Brigham, mayor; Thomas Trivet; William Brittling; William Lolworth; Thomas Jacob.