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Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herrys; Thomas Trivet; Simon Bentybow; William Bush.
Grant under royal licence (i.e. of mortmain) to the Master and Scholars of CCCC of the advowson of Grantchester, with appurtenances., 1366-03-12
Witnesses: William de Willinghan; Edmund de Oving'; Thomas Torel; William Lewin; William Everard,
Grant, with the consent of all in the parish, to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of the above 'area' for an annual rent of 12d, 1272
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.
Witnesses: Thomas Cross, mayor; Richard Toogood; John Sexton; Thomas Sturmin, bailiff; Robert Malpas
Quitclaim to Alexander Swereford, Treasurer of London, of all his lands and tenements, etc., in Brende Pelham which he holds by gift of Agnes to Wancy as the third part of a knight's fee, with annual payment of 2s for service., 1230 - 1240
Witnesses: John de Wattone, Viscount Hertford; William Briton'; Richard Huschet; Laurence de Strawan; Adam de Hippgrave; John de Tywigge; Roger de Grey; Nicholas [?], clerk of Hadham; John son of Fulke.
Quitclaim to his daughter Joan to 2 selions of land in the fields of Barton and Whitwell., 1340-11-12
Quitclaim to John Porchas of Rickling of a messuage between the messuages of Richard Churcheman and Thomas Miller (molend')., 1280 - 1310
Witnesses: John de Bassingbourn; John de Pynchepol; John Batayle; Warin son of William; John de Ware; Hamon de Opest; Thomas Frere (?=his brother) ; Thomas de la Dane.
Quitclaim to John Robillard of a messuage [House E] which the said John had by gift of Richard Paris (see 19), near a tenement of the said John extending from land once Simon Goodman's in Swinecroft to the highway., 1310 - 1311
Witnesses: Simon de Refham; John Pilat; Reginald de Trumpington; Thomas de Branketre, bailiffs; Peter de Berningham; Robert de Comberton; William Glathewyne [Gladwyn]; Andrew de Hitchin; Hugh Faber.
Quitclaim to Matilda, lately wife of William le Comber, of one acre and two strips of land in the fields of Cambridge and Barnwell which the said William and Matilda held of the said Alice Orme, his mother., 1293-08-01
Witnesses: Michael Pilat, mayor; William de Hulmo; Alan de Welle; Thomas de Madingley; John Prentice, bailiff; John Buth; John Portehors; John Martin; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Richard Bateman; Robert de Madingley; Walter le Hunte; Godfrey le Mercer; Elyas de Greyneston; Walter the clerk.
Quitclaim to Matilda le Comber of all right to 27d annual rent from a messuage 'in vico fabrariorum' between tenements of the said Matilda on either side., 1297-05-05
Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Gogging; Simon de Refham; Ralph de Comberton; Walter de Barking, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Feron; Richard Bateman; John Goldring; Thomas de Tendring; Walter the Clerk.
Quitclaim to Matilda widow of William le Mareys of Barton of a rentcharge of 2½d payable annually on 2 acres of the said Matilda in the Madwefeld of Barton at Le Hok'., 1348-02-16
The land lies between land of John de Brunne and land of William Attebroke and abuts on land of Edmund de Ovynge.
Witnesses: Edmund de Ovyng'; John Breton; Robert Breton; Roger Russel; Gamelyn de Cottingwith.
Quitclaim to Ralph Malverne, chaplain of Burwell, of land formerly held by charter of enfeoffment of John son of John son of Peter., 1349-10-19
Witnesses: Thomas Attechamber; William Swaffham; John Rolfe.
Quitclaim to Sir Roger de Tofts of homage and services due from Richard de le Vil, William Leffled, WilliamTendemei, John son of the chaplain, in her manor of Burnham., 1280 - 1320
Witnesses: Sir Thomas de Hackford; William de Sedgeford; Andrew de Scharneburn; Adam de Brancester; John de Walpole; Bartholomew Marh; Alexander, clerk of Ringstead; Robert Alisandre all of Burnham; Richard de Meisi; William Mawe; Richard de Lefeld, all of Brelham.
Sale to Matilda le Comber and John her son of a tenement with buildings, etc., between a tenement of the said Matilda and a tenement of the Prior of Anglesey and abuts on St Michael's lane and Glomery lane., 1293-07-23
Witnesses: Michael Pilet, mayor; William de Hulmo; Alan de Wells; Thomas de Madingley; John Prentcez, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Ferrer; Robert de Madingley; Robert Tuliet; Robert Steersman.
Note on dorse of Leonard Gennynges and William Tailder taking possession on 16 May 1595 and delivering it to Robert Gill.
The endowment is to support four scholars.
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.