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 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

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Copy of presentation of John Munday to the rectory of Little Wilbraham on the death of Samuel Walsall., 1626-09-13

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/23/20A
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: 1626-09-13
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Copy of presentation of William Rawley to the rectory of Landbeach,., 1616-09-06

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/35/120A
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: 1616-09-06
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Presentation of John Porie to the rectory of Landbeach., 1558-10-28

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/35/119-1
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: 1558-10-28
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Presentation of William Reade to a canonry and prebend of Warminster addressed to John Piers, Bishop of Salisbury., 1584-02-22

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC03/62
Scope and Contents From the Management Group:

For admissions to fellowships recorded alongside those of admissions of students see 04/O/4 following. Elections and admissions to fellowships are also recorded in the chapter books (CCCC01/C).

Dates: 1584-02-22

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