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Grant to her son Richard Fynor of a meadow called Le Holm with a channel with a fishery, and three selions of arable land, 1315-11-11
Grant to her uncle John le Baud and her brother Walter le Baud of £40-worth of annual rent from her manor of Patmore for her lifetime and 6d for seisin., 1349-09-08
Witnesses: John de la Lee; Robert de la Lee; John Bataille; Guy de Upwyk; John atte Newehalle; John Tryman.
Grant to Hervey Pilet and Sarah his wife of half a messuage in Newnham at an annual rent of 12d to Leo Dunning, chief lord of the fee., 1293
The land, which the granters had by gfit and enfeoffment from Andrew le Newe, lies between land of the said John and Juliana and land of Ivotte daughter of Gerard Briuylun and abuts on the king's highway and on land once Robert Dunning's (dimensions given).
Witnesses: Robert Tuliet, mayor; Bartholome Gogging; John de Branketre; Gerard ad vinar'; Stephen Hun; Thomartyn ; Geoffrey Knyvet; Ralph son of Ralph.
The messuage lies between land of Robert de Boneyre and land of Hervey son of John Gogging and abuts lengthwise on the High Street at one head and land of Walter Doy and land of Thomas de Radwinter at the other.
Witnesses: Roger de Wik', mayor; Peter de Wilbraham; John Portehors; William Eliot; Walter Em, bailiffs; Reginald Sherwind; Nicholas Morice; Peter de Wells; Hervey son of John; Thomas Plot; William Bracy.
Witnesses: Richard son of Laurence; Robert Hubert; John Portehors; Simon Pistor; Thomas Dunning; Robert Wymund, clerk.
Grant to his brother, Bartholomew Gogging, of a messuage (as in 1) with a passage to Milne Street between land of Walter Doy and Thomas Radwinter., 1270 - 1280
Witnesses: John le Rus, mayor; John Portehors; Robert Humbert; William Tuliet; William Eliot; Peter de Wilbraham; Ernisius Mercator; Robert de Madingley.
Grant to his brother Henry and Henry's wife Petronilla of the manor of Landbeach for their lives., 1318-08-01
Grant to his brother, Robert, barber, of a messuage with houses in Holy Trinity parish between the messuage of John de Berton and a messuage once the property of his brother William Sherman., 1308-10-05
The messuage extends from the market place to the messuage of John Goldring.
Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Robert Tuilet; John Culling; Roger de Costessey; James Godelomb, bailiff; Guy le Spycer; Symon de Refham; Henry de Berton; Alan le Wals; William Eugayne.
Grant to his brother Robert Redman and John de Mildenhall of Cambridge, carpenter, of a messuage as in 69 and 70., 1369-08-11
Witnesses: John Morice, mayor; John Baldwin; Peter le Smith; Robert Verdon; John Cheeseman
Witnesses: Simon ad Aquam; Simon Goodman; Godfrey ad Aquam; Richard son of Gregory; Thomas Plote; Reynew (?) de Bradley; John son of Peter.
Grant to his brother, Simon, of an acre in Cambridge field on 'Stonygrund' next to the land of William Blancgernun and abutting on 'Edyweyebrok' and on land formerly of Attefrere., 1301-07-13
Consideration: half-yearly rent of 18 silver pence for the maintenance of two candles and a lamp in the church of St John in Milne Street.
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; Walter Cole; Philip de Comberton; Richard de Bordekesham; Robert de Comberton, baker, bailiffs; John Prentice; Milo de Trumpington; William de Bekeswolle; William de Orwell
Grant to his brother Sir Nicholas de Scopwick, chaplain, of a messuage held by gift of William de Barton., 1346-09-27
The messuage lies between a tenement of the said Simon and a tenement of the Prior of Anglesey and extends from the highway to Simon's tenement and a tenement of the Prior of the Chapel of St Edmund.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; Henry Pylat; John de Berneye; John de Cumberton, skinner, bailiffs; Henry de Beche; John de Weston; William de Hynxton; James Morice; John de Wystowe; William de Whyt; Thomas de Wyntryngham.
Grant to his brother Sir Robert, chaplain, of a messuage in Segrims Lane between a messuage of Andrew de Hitchin and a messuage formerly of John Prentice, 1325-05-01
Witnesses: Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; Miles de Trumpington; Rogert de Costessey; Robert de Brunne; Simon de Bradley; Henry de Gransden; Geoffrey Warboys
Grant to his brother William of two acres of land in Grantchester fields in Newnham Crofts., 1337-01-15
The land lies between land of the Hospital of St John in Cambridge and land of Sir William de la Zouche, knight, and abuts on Granteseteweye [Grantchester way].
Witnesses: James de Grantchester; John Knyvett; Hugh Bolour of Grantchester; John Baron; John de Weston; Geoffrey de Warboys; Robert le Roo.
Grant to his brother, William Sephare senior, for the support of William junior for life, of a messuage which he holds by gift of his grandfather Sephare the glover (le Gaunter), 1295-09-26
The messuage lies between a messuage which Mabel, widow of the said Sephare has in dower, and a messuage of Walter Fairchild, and extends from the high road to land of Margaret Sherwind.
Witnesses: John But, mayor; John de Kimberley; Robert de Hinton; William de Bexwell; William Pittock, bailiffs; William de Leeds; William Holay; John de Branketre; Walter Fairchild; Alexander Peche.
Grant to his daughter Avicia of a bovate of land in Landbeach in the area called 'terra de busco', subject to an annual rent of 3s to the Prior and convent of Blyth (Blida). Yearly fee: 1d., 1240 - 1260
Witnesses: Sir Malbesine de Hersum, then steward of Tykehill; Robert de Wykerell; Hamalin de Ulecotes; Peter de Waddewrch; Peter his son; John Blund de Lactonaa; James Linet; Richard his brother; Geoffrey de Bugethorp; John de Wlnethwait.
Grant to his daughter Avicia of a messuage in All Saints' parish, formerly John de Brampton's and ten acres and 3 rods of land in various places at an annual rent of a pair of gloves to the grantor and 3s 5d to the chief lords of the fee., 1272
Grant to his daughter Emma of 2 acres and 1 rood of arable which he had of John le Baud rector of Grantchester,, 1338-03-12
Grant to his daughter Helen of a messuage with buildings below ('infra') a pleasance with a solar which Thomas's wife Isabella had of the gift of Robert le Hatter between the messuages of Emma Gumelyn and Margaret Page., 1288
The messuage abuts on the messuage once John de Aylsham's and on the pleasance.
Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert de Shelford; Reginald de Comberton; John de Brancketre; John Pawe, bailiffs; William le Comber; Geoffrey le Ferur; John Goldring; Richard Bateman, junior; John Wombe.
Grant to his daughter, Isabel, of two strips of arable land of two furlongs in Cambridge field., 1326-08-03
The strips lie between lands of the Prior of Barnwell and 'le Dale Rydye' and abut on land of Hugh le Despenser.
Witnesses: William Rosse; Richard Salman; John Gosse; Henry Algar; John Wymark.
The messuage lies between land of John Pawe and land of John de Comberton, champion, and abuts on the highway and on land of the said John de Comberton. It is 38 feet long at the head next to the highway and 33 feet long where it abuts on John Comberton's land.
Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; Matthew Goldsmith (Aurifaber); William Martin; Robert de Brunne; Robert le Baker, bailiffs; John Prentice; John de Comberton; William de Bexwell; John Perrin; Walter de Barking
Grant to his daughters Alice, Emma and Mary of 10 acres on Grantchester fields to be held of William his son at an annual rent of 12d., 1272 - 1307
Grant to his daughters, Johanna and Margaret, of a messuage with buildings in St Peter without Trumpington Gate between a messuage of the Prior of Anglesey and a messuage formerly of John Paternoster. [House B], 1294
Consideration: annual payments of 4d and 2 capons to the Prioress and Convent of St Radegund; the same to the Brethren of St John's Hospital; a peppercorn to Richard son of William Tympon and 5s to Thomas during his life.
Witnesses: John Gerund, mayor; Guy le Spicer; Peter le Baker; Simon Sephare; John Perrin, bailiffs; Bartholomew Gogging; John de Aylsham; John de Branketre; John son of Robert Ere; Walter the clerk.
Grant to [his mother-in-law] Agnes, widow of John Dunning of Cambridge, of all lands, tenements, reversions, rights, etc., received by gift of enfeoffment of Agnes, to her, her daughter Joan and their heirs and assigns for ever., 1310-06-17
The properties lie in Cambridge, Grantchester and Chesterton.
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; Robert Dunning; Henry de Toft; William Carbonel; Simon de Bradley, bailiff; Guy le Spicer; Richard Lawrence; Lawrence Seman; Simon de Reynham.