Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Case against John Botwright, Master of CCCC and the Fellows and Scholars of the same, and John Wylmyn, rector of Cotes or Coton, in the matter of tithes due from Grantchester., 1444-07-27
No. 59 not used (now 94.1); also nos 81-87.
For three early deeds (one of 1273, the other two undated) see XXXVI 99, where they are transcribed.
Agreement has been reached, without prejudice to either party should further evidence come to light.
Fitzwilliam is misnamed as 'William' in the text,
Endorsed with account of her examination in Great St Mary's church where she put in her response in writing and took her oath on it.
This group of documents, were found roughly bundled together and were labelled by Masters: 'Old receipts etc.' They appear to have been kept on a single file. Items 1 to 10 related to transactions in which Brunne himself was involved. The remainder he might perhaps have collected as precedents or as aides-memoire.
Request from the Court of the Exchequer for the appearance of the Master, an account of the value of the court, etc. (Copy)
Writ of summons against several parties for breaking into the house of John Leynton and Mary his wife, 1439-11-18 - 1439-11-28
The parties are William Carnaby, John Elys, Richard Sever, Peter Bradok, and John Bromley, labourers, Roberty Warner and John Tylney, bricklayers, John Bryse, tiler, Robert Johnson and Thomas Wilkynson, carpenters, all of, or lately of, Cambridge
Writ to heirs of Anthony Rivenhall, and especially to his eldest son, Edward, that the property in Botolph Lane will be sold within six months if payment of the principal sum of £500, with interest, be not forthcoming., 1853-11-24
Note on dorse that the writ was personally served on Edward Rivenhall on 5 Dec. 1853.
Writ to Henry English, vicar of Caister, John Caump and John Brunne to arrest Master John Blanford and John Coretum (??), 1380-12-31
Entries in Lease Book 1 are noted as copies, or, where the originals are no longer held, are intercalated, Note that this lease book has many marginal notes, mostly by Matthew Parker, seldom entered here, giving cross-references to later leases of the same proprty, and indications of the 'present' tenant.
Writ to William Burnham and John Brunne to collect outstanding dues from the temporalities of the ecclesiastical dignities of the county., 1385-02-04
Names and sums specified, including 1¾ d for the Abbey of Osithe in Grantchester and Cotes.
Writ to William de Orford, escheator in Cambridge, instructing him to hold inquest on lands formerly belonging to John Peterson to ascertain whether these were held in fee or not when made over by Ralph Malverne to the fraternity of Corpus Christi., 1361-03-05