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Cambridge, St John's parish

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

 Fonds — CCCC09/16 C

Cambridge, St John's parish deeds, 1230-11 - 1437-11

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/16 C
Scope and Contents The church of St John Zachary, or John the Baptist, stood in Milne Street. It was demolished in 1446 to make way for King's College.The most important college property in the parish was in Segrim's Lane (Plote's Lane) and the majority of deeds, after 41, relate to this, (1, 35, 41-44, etc.). Other holdings include one or two properties from the family of John le Clerk to Peter son of Ralph (4, 5, 7, 10); a property next to St John Zachary's churchyard (to the Vicar, Simon de Berton: 2,...
Dates: 1230-11 - 1437-11

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

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/18/104
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1393-06-11

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

Reference Code: GBR/0268/CCCC09/18/108
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1397-04-04

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