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articles of agreement

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

 Item — CCCC02/M/14/54.1

Agreement for John Parker to enjoy profits of property in Landbeach, 1579-08-12

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC02/M/14/54.1
Scope and Contents Whereas John Parker has assigned to William Norgate, brother of Robert, a lease from the college to John Baker of Burlingham St Andrew, dated [30 Apr.] 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, of a tenement in Landbeach at a rent of £8 9s 4d, which lease Baker assigned to John Parker, Robert Norgate covenants that John Parker shall enjoy all profits for a term of 3 years, paying the above rent to the college and, for the next 6 years, may have the use of 'Mayden Crofts' at a rent of 53s 4d, and one 'wood...
Dates: 1579-08-12
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Articles of agreement between him and the college, 1732-01-10

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC10/7/3/21
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: Among other benefactions Tenison bequeathed to the college a sum of £1000 which he had lent to Robert Clarke of St Ives, Hunts., on a mortgage on an estate there. The mortgage was finally redeemed by Lady Hatton, in 1791, and the £1000 vested in 3 per cent consols. From 1715 until 1791 the lands were in the possession of the college, and a separate set of accounts kept. The profits, in accordance with Tenison's will were devoted to the augmentation of scholarships, the residue being...
Dates: 1732-01-10
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Articles of agreement between him and Thomas Watson, DD, Bishop of St David's whereby Beamont undertakes to enfeof and convey a messuage and lands in Little Wilbraham., 1710-01-17

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/23/203a
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

Nos 11-13, 26-199 not used. 223 (1) relates to the manor of Barton Lancaster and is there housed and listed.
See also under Grantchester XXXVI G 129.1: Dr Hooke's notebook of his livings at Grantchester and Little Wilbraham, 1762-76.
Membrane 5 of 09/35/141 has records of the court of Wilbraham Rycotts for 1631, 1635 and 1636.

Dates: 1710-01-17
 Item

Articles of agreement between the college and Thomas Cooke Burroughes for the letting to him of Lordship Farm., 1806-10-20

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/35/210b
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

No. 1 not used. No. 116 relates to Swaffham; No. 178 is now 207A
Also included are holdings in the nearby parishes of Milton (Middleton), Cottenham (Cotenham), Impington (Impiton or Empiton), and elsewhere

Dates: 1806-10-20
 File

Articles of agreement between the Rector and William Hall, farmer, for the letting of Lordship Farm., 1806-10-20

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/35/210a
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

No. 1 not used. No. 116 relates to Swaffham; No. 178 is now 207A
Also included are holdings in the nearby parishes of Milton (Middleton), Cottenham (Cotenham), Impington (Impiton or Empiton), and elsewhere

Dates: 1806-10-20
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Articles of agreement with Henry Pickering of London, gent., for the conveyance of the manor of Elmington for £4,700., 1646-09-17

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/N5/11
Scope and Contents From the Fonds: The estate was purchased by Dr John Spencer, Master 1667-93, in 1687 for £3600, with an annual value of £200, and settled by Deed of Gift on the College for the augmentation of the Mastership, Fellowships, Scholarships and various other purposes.(see Masters, Appendix no. LIII (pp. 79-80).It was sold in 1929 for £3425 (Bury, p. 165).The two items under 43 have been reclassified as 39a and 40c.No. 60, which relates to St Bene't's parish has been reassigned to XVIII 237.41. Nos 68...
Dates: 1646-09-17
 Item — CCCC08/19: Series GBR/0268/CCCC08/19, 19A-H

Articles of agreement with Messrs Phipps and Ward, builders, and Bon, plumber, for the rebuilding of the college according to the specifications of the architect., 1823-05-01

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC08/19
Scope and Contents From the Management Group:

Nos 16-18 not used.
There are many items relating to the maintenance of college buildings in the bursars' accounts (CCCC02/B).
Many of the documents relating to the college chapels are separately listed.

Dates: 1823-05-01
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Attested copy of settlement on the marriage of Charles Beales and Catherine Ellen Paske, 1820-04-20 - 1820-04-21

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/13/192a
Scope and Contents

Sale by lease and release of property as in 1 to Rowland Stephenson, Robert Cleere Haselfoot, George Adam Brown and Townly Clarkson in trust..
Memorandum, dated 19 Sept. 1851, on dorse of f. 13 of sale of the property by Charles and Chaterine Ellen Beales for £4000 to Charles Finch Foster.

Dates: 1820-04-20 - 1820-04-21
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Counterpart of articles of agreement with Richard Dowsell for the drawing up of a lease., 1767-02-13

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/38/13-1
Scope and Contents

The lease is of all the college property in Longditch and Benet Street at an annual rent of £80; fine £2000. The parties to exchange penal bonds in £500.
Dowsell to pay a further £100 for the lease of the college coach houses in the parish for forty years.

Dates: 1767-02-13
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Draft articles of agreement as in 91a, 1547

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/11/91c
Scope and Contents From the Fonds:

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.

Dates: 1547
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Letter to the Rev. Robert Sutliffe with draft articles of agreement for commutation of tithes., 1838-01-22

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09L/E 4A
Scope and Contents From the Series: The advowson was purchased by Thomas Tooke, DD, the incumbent and late fellow in 1712 for £400 and bequeathed to the college by his will dated 7 December 1719, his brother John and his heirs, however, enjoying it for 50 years from the death of the testator.Thomas Tooke died in 1721, his brother John in 1764 and John's son Robert in 1776. The college was then involved in a lawsuit with Mrs Calvert, sister to the late incumbent, who claimed the right of presentation. The case was finally...
Dates: 1838-01-22

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