Cambridge, St John's parish
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Counterpart lease to John Noysel, Johanna his wife and one of their sons of a tenement and a garden for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 32s, 1393-06-11
The tenement lies between a tenement which John Crowe, cooper, holds of CCCC and a tenement of Johanna Heath and abuts on a tenement of CCCC and on the highway. The garden is in St John's parish between a garden of St John's Hospital (N) and a garden of the said Johanna (S) and abuts on the garden of the said Hospital and on the river bank.
Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas Trivet; John Blancpain; William Blickling; William Duke.
Grant to William Brittling and William Beketon, parson of St Bene't's, of a tenement in the parish of St John Baptist, 1397-04-04
The tenement lies between Notes lane, previously known as Plotes lane and a tenement of John Clark, and abuts at one head on a tenement of Thomas Trivet, and at the other on a tenement of CCCC, a tenement of Richard Winterton, a tenement once of Edmund Lister and on Milne street.
Witnesses: Robert Brigham, mayor; Alexander Taverner; John Gainsford; Robert Campion, cooper; John Brown, bailiffs; Thomas Trivet; Simon Bentybow.
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
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.