Found in 941 Collections and/or Records:
Witnesses: Roger de Wykes, mayor; Peter de Wilbraham; William Eliot; John Portehors, bailiffs; Eustace Eldcorn; Eustace Dunning; Roger Warin; John Aldred; Walter Blangernun; Robert Dunning; Henry Hyrp; Thomas Dunning; Robert Wymund, clerk
Grant to Elias Wal and Matilda his wife of a messuage, formerly the property of Robert Deueneys and a meadow with hedges and ditches, 1311-03-21
The messuage lies between the messuage and croft of Gilbert the clerk (N) and the croft of Robert Wygges (S) and abuts on the field called Aldewyk (E) and on the king's highway (W).
Witnesses: John de Cantebregge; Peter Sonke; Richard Springold; Robert Thomas; Robert Wygges; Richard de Grey; John Cler'.
Grant to Emma his mother (or step-mother) of a piece of ground (?as in 14.a) between tenements ol the said William on either side and extending from the highway to the mill pond., 1313-11-01
Witnesses: John Martin; William le Buller; Ralph Pepper; William Bevyle; Nicholas Gosse.
Grant to Eudo de Elpringham, clerk, and William his son of 2 selions of arable with meadow adjacent, and another piece of land., 1313-07-08
The messuage lies between a messuage formerly of Henry Austin (E) and a messuage of William de Fornham (W) and the 2½ acres lie between land of John son of Walter Spicer (S) and land of William son of Thomas (E).
Witnesses: William de Shimpling; Robert de Mezan Mari; William de Fornham; Simon le Clerk.
Grant to Everard de Wimpole of a messuage next the river bank in St Clement's parish formerly of Anger son of Anger, held of king Richard, for an annual rent of 5s. Gersuma: 40s, 1189 - 1199
Grant to Everard son of Hugh of land in Milne Street between land of Geoffrey Prat and land of Eustace Ston, 1220 - 1270
Witnesses: Hervey the clerk; Michael son Ernicus; William son of Morice; Martin son of Brithnod; Hervey Brithnod; John son of Hervey; Roger Doi; Henry Mullock; Reinold Mullock; John Anure; John Pepper; John Frede
Grant to Francis Shouldham of Kingham, Norfolk, and John Fisher of Honing, Norfolk, of the advowson of Fulmodeston cum Croxton conditionally on their making the first presentation to Thomas Wilson junior., 1630-07-20
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 to Geoffrey de Belton and John de Shimpling of a messuage between a tenement of Thomas Morice and a tenement of Daniel de Felsted and abutting on the highway., 1349-04-13
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas Morice; Nicholas de Stowe, Simon de Hengham; William Martin
Grant to Geoffrey de Boudon, citizen and spice-dealer of London, of 20s annual quit rent from a corner tenement in the tenancy of Peter le Smith in the parish of St Andrew within Barnwell Gates., 1317-01-04
The tenement lies between a tenement once Walter le Usher's (N) and the King's Ditch (S) abd extends from the king's highway (W) to the King's Ditch (E).
Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; John de Denford; Robert de Welton; Gilbert de Chacy; William de Bodeney, bailiff; Simon de Refham; Guy Lespicer; John de Leyk'; Adam de Bungay; Thomas de Elm.
Grant to Geoffrey de Spertegrave and Agnes his wife of half a messuage and three acres of land which he had inherited from John Gerard, his uncle and which were previously Roger Harvey's. Consideration: 5 marks, 1350 - 1430
Witnesses: Robert son of Stephen of Croxton; Stephen of Hauxton; John de Fonte; Robert de Scopelawe; Roger Dunning; Andrew le Carreter; John Coffin.
Grant to Geoffrey Mitchell of Finchingfield and Richard Billingford, clerk, of a tenement as in 87, 1384-11-19
Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; Thomas Trivet; Roger Barber; William Brittling; Thomas Hart.
Grant to Geoffrey Seman and his heirs and to John de Brunne and his wife Matilda, for the life of the longest liver, of all tenements, etc., in Cambridge and Chesterton held since the death of his father., 1336-08-22
Witnesses: John Pittock, mayor; John Pilat; John de la Sale; Richard Tuliet; Robert Seman.
The holm lies between a tenement of the said Geoffrey, formerly William de Hulme's on one side and a willow hedge of the grantor's running from the watercourse to his wall on the other, and extends from the tenement of the said Geoffrey to Bin brook..
Witnesses: John Morice, mayor; Robert Dunning; John de Marblethorp; Robert le Long; Simon de Brunne; John de la Sale; Anselm de Costesseye.
Grant to Geoffrey Seman of a messuage between a messuage of Laurence Seman and a messuage of the said Geoffrey and extending from the highway to the curtilage of Joan Seman and her son Robert., 1314-04-03
Witnesses: John Morice, mayor; Laurence Seman; Michael Woolward; John de Leek; John de la Sale; Simon de Brunne; Ralph de Refham.
Grant to Geoffrey Seman of a messuage in Chesterton between a messuage of John le Baker and a messuage of the said Geoffrey [Seman], 1340-07-22
Witnesses: Richard Seman; John Lucas; Robert le Clerk; Richard de Bradley
Grant to Geoffrey Seman of an acre of land lying at the head of the town of Cambridge lineally next to the ploughland (cultura) of the said Geoffrey, 1329-07-04
Grant to Geoffrey Seman of Cambridge of half an acre of land in Chesterton next to the messuage of the said Geoffrey and abutting on the highway., 1314-03-31
Witnesses: Stephen de Houghton; Geoffrey at Churchgate; Robert le Frank; Robert de Erpingham; Ralph de Refham.
Witnesses: Elyas de Suffolk; Thomas de Berkynge; John de Wyncestre'; John to Watton; Bartholomew de Ballingbery; John de Hingiston, all of London.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John Pilat; Robert Dunning; John Brown; Henry, clerk, of Esshedon.
Grant to Geoffrey Seman of two roods of meadow next a meadow once Robert Sterisman's in Cambridge, 1316 - 1324
Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; John de Marblethorp
Grant to Geoffrey son of Edward de Barton of 3 selions in Barton fields. Gersuma: 11s 6d. One penny payable annually at Michaelmas, for services, etc., 1260-11
Grant to Geoffrey son of Laurence Seman of Cambridge of half a messuage and half a croft adjacent at the head of the vill of Chesterton towards Cambridge, 1313-10-04
The messuage, formerly Thomas Gerard's is between land of William Wolwy [Wollewy] and land of the said Geoffrey Seman and abuts on the highway towards Cambridge and on lityle (?) Milton Way..
Witnesses: Stephen de Houghton; Robert de Erpingham, clerk; Robert le Frank; William Wolwey; Robert son of Andrew.
Endorsed 'Carta Galfridi atte Chirchegate . . .'
Grant to Gilbert Clerk (clericus) of an acre of arable in the field called Aldwyk; annual capital fee of 12d payable., 1220 - 1270
The land lies between land of the said Henry (S) and the road leading to the church (N) and abuts (E) on the meadow called Grymesmad and (W) a croft of the said William [who?].
Witnesses: Nicholas de Bullingbbruk; Peter Sonke; Nicholas le Grey; Richard le Grey; Richard le Wancy; Roger Auncel; Robert Thinars.
Grant to Gilbert de Hardlestone, clerk, of a messuage with buildings inherited from his father, its south side on Glomery Lane and north side on land once John de Walda and abutting on the high street ('magna strata') and land of Peter Curcey's., 1260 - 1272
Witnesses: Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Michael Bernard; Ernisius Mercator; Reginald Sherewynd; Hervey son of John Gogging; Nicholas ultra Forum; Riche le Tailor; Robert le Furmager; Roger de Ely.