Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Assignment of judgement (as in 21) to Charles Clarke of Lincoln's Inn., 1732-06-03
Assignment of leases of various city properties to Richard Foster for £11,000., 1801-09-29
Assignment of payment of rents, etc., from properties left to Alice, directly to her, and her husband, John Page, pipe-maker., 1707-03-20
Endorsed: 'Lease to Westley and Grumbold, Mr Brewer's executors 1707' (!)
Assignment to John de Sutton, chaplain, of the messuage currently held by the grantors by annual payment of 12d to Cecilia de Barton, plus one rose at midsummer 'in name of seisin'., 1319-10-03
Witnesses: Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; John Pilat; Robert Tuliet; William de Lynn; Bartholomew Morice; Robert le Baker; William de London, Gilbert de London; Robert Longe; John Marblethorpe; William de Taleworth; Reginald le Sheperd
Assignment to John of Cambridge of rent arrears due from a tenement in Milne Street owing from the heirs of John de Branketre, 1318-09-30
Witnesses: Eudo de Elpingram, mayor; Simon de Refham; Guy le Espicer; Robert de Belton; Robert de Comberton; William de Holdyht; Ralph Blome; Peter son of Richard Dykeman, clerk;
Assignment to Matthew Cutlove, gent., of the advowson, etc. (as in 4) of Fulmodeston.., 1713-07-11
The advowson was purchased by the college in 1718. For the early history of the advowson see 1a below.
For the decision to purchase on the favourable report of two fellows, see Chapter Book, 3, pp. 64-5.
The modern references for 1g and 1h have been reversed to preserve the chronological sequence.
Nos 7, 9, 11 and 13 not used.
Assignment to Thomas Johnson and William Withers as trustees for William Wybrow and John Hovell of 20 acres of fen in two pieces., 1704-04-08
The land is specified as that formerly given to Elizabeth Smith by the Commissioners for draining the Bedford Level.
Grant/assignment to Sir John de Sutton, chaplain, of her right and title in the messuage which the Brethren of Blessed Mary next the Castle hold of her by service of 12 pence per annum., 1319-09-30
Witnesses: John of Cambridge; Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; John Pilat; William de Taleworth; John de Marblethorpe; Wiulliam de Lene; Robert Tuliet; Bartholomew Morice; Robert Longe; Reginald le Sheperd; Gilbert de London; William de London.