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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 1137 Collections and/or Records:


Surrender of three messuages next to St Botolph's church in trust for CCCC., 1733-03-22

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/11/104
Scope and Contents The surrender takes the form of a quadripartite indenture between (1) the Whiteheads, (2) the Rev. Charles Skottowe, M.A., Fellow of CCCC, (3) Thomas Porter, glover, Ralph Boys, yeoman, Richard Nevell, blacksmith, Elizabeth Head, widow, John Palmer, cordwainer, and Samual Barrance, yeoman, tenants, and (4) the Master and Fellows of CCCC, and includes reference to the history of Brewer's bequest of the income of the messuages to his wife, and the negotiations of his executors, Samuel Westley...
Dates: 1733-03-22

Surrender to the Master of Fellows of CCCC of premises at Barton., 1854-12-27

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/37/39a
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

See also CCCC09/36B especially 87.
No. 20 not used.
Membrane 7 of 09/35/141 has records of the court baron of Barton Lancaster for June and July 1635.

Dates: 1854-12-27
 File — CCCC09/03/3

Tripartite agreement in accordance with the will of William Miles of Cambridge, gent.,, 1509-04-04

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/03/3
Scope and Contents The agreement is for conveyance of a messuage and lands to St Catharine’s Hall, with reversion to Corpus Christi College should St Catharine’s Hall fail in the trust: a messuage (Mere's House), previously John Canterbury’s, in the parish of St Benedict, between the Black Bull on the south, Nutterslane [Notes Lane], alias, Plutteslane [Plotes Lane], and a garden and kitchen previously Thomas Fordham’s on the north; also 28 acres and a rood of arable lying in the fields of Coton, Cambridge,...
Dates: 1509-04-04
 Item — CCCC02/M/14/23

Tripartite agreement relating to distribution of annual income of lands at Landbeach farmed by Henry Gotobed., 1572-01-01

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/23
Scope and Contents The Landbeach lands were leased to John Baker on 30 April 1558 for £8 9s 4d. They are now farmed by Henry Gotobed paying an improved rent of £14 8s, from which sum the Master is to have 13s 4d; 20 scholars are to have £13 6s 8d (i.e. 13s 4d each), the clerk of the chapter is to have 2s; the butler and cook 12d; the undercook 8d; and the fellows of Gonville and Caius attending the annual library audit, 3s 4d. The college covenants to continue to payment to the fellows of Gonville and Caius...
Dates: 1572-01-01
 Item — CCCC02/M/14/7

Tripartite agreement relating to the appointment of the Master of Rochdale School, 1565-01-01

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/7
Scope and Contents The appointment is vested in the archbishop, or, if the see is vacant, in the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. If no appointment has been made within three months of a vacancy the appointment is to be made by the College and failing them by the vicar and churchwardens of the parish.The parish of Rochdale, 'formerly appropriated to the abbey of Whalley, together with the chapels annexed, having come to Matthew [Parker], afterwards archbishop of Canterbury, the rectorial tithes were...
Dates: 1565-01-01
 Item — CCCC02/M/14/35

Tripartite agreement relating to University Street, 1574-08-06

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/35
Scope and Contents The agreement relates to the transfer of the ground on which Parker has made the 'new made' street, now called the University Street on ground lately purchased from King's College (see no. 24 above) and whereas Parker has lately paid to CCCC a certain sum of money [£500], the college will in return grant to the University land in the same street and also undertake to repair the walls of the same and to keep in good order all the books, chained and otherwise, given and to be given by Parker...
Dates: 1574-08-06
 Item — CCCC02/M/14/26

Tripartite indenture specifying the nature and weight of silver plate presented by Parker to each of the three colleges., 1571-08-26

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/26
Scope and Contents To CCCC 1 great basin with the ewer of silver and whole gilt and the arms of the said Matthew (122 oz.); 1 great standing cup with the cover of silver and double gilt (53 oz.); 1 other great standing cup with a cover of silver and whole gilt commonly called a communion cup with the appurtenances (43¼ oz.); 1 great salt with the cover of silver and whole gilt (40 oz.); 2 drinking pots pounced of silver and whole gilt with one cover (24¼ oz.); 13 spoons whole gilt with knops of Christ and his...
Dates: 1571-08-26
 Item — CCCC02/M/14/26a, b

Tripartite indenture specifying the nature and weight of silver plate presented by Parker to each of the three colleges., 1571-08-26

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/26a, b
Scope and Contents

Clearly the parts intended for Gonville and Caius and for Trinity Hall, but sealed only by CCCC and not retained by those colleges.
26a is endorsed 'D. Caius Indenture'; 26b, therefore was the copy intended for Trinity Hall.

Dates: 1571-08-26

Undertaking to grant to Henry de Tangmere, burgess of Cambridge, an annual rent of 40s on Simon's lands in Cambridge, Grantchester and Coton., 1346-12-10

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/36/21
Scope and Contents

The undertaking is to be void if Henry obtains peaceable possession of a messuage and a plot of land with 3 shops in the parish of St John, Cambridge.

Dates: 1346-12-10