Sedge Hall, Cambridge, St Clement's
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Agreement with William de Lavenham concerning payment of debt to the King after grant of Sedge Hall by fine, 1340-02-16
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet; John Pittock; Bartholomew Morice; Richard le Tableter; John Wyth; Nicholas Pawe
(Counterpart) lease to John Polyn, fisher, of a house with a solar for 20 years at an annual rent of 6s 8d, 1479-02-01
The house lies between the river bank (N) and a processional way (quamdam semitam processionalem) (S), the college quay (W) and a common standing (communem fundum) (E) (dimensions given).
Witnesses: John Wighton, mayor; Richard Smith, roper; William Godfrey; John Reson and Thomas Middleton, bailiffs.
Endorsed (later): Carta de Sedge Hall . . .
(Counterpart) lease to William Woodham, burgess and brewer, of Sedge Hall and ground called 'the Key' for 10 years at an annual rent of £5, 1508-03-16
Counterpart of bargain and sale to Thomas Hodilow, brewer, of Sedge Hall and a warehouse for £68 13s 4d., 1586-12-20
Counterpart of lease to John Knapton of Sedge Hall for 100 years beyond his death at an annual rent of 40s., 1400-03-25
Witnesses: Thomas Trivet, mayor; Hugh Candlesby, John Gainsford; John Rose, barber; Robert Russell, bailiffs.
Note on dorse: Modo m. Will'mi Lolworth
Counterpart of lease to Richard Rawson of a house with a solar, as in 23., 1483-06-20
Witnesses: John Ashwell, mayor; John Dalle; John Bell; William Thirkell; Richard Woodcock, bailiffs.
Grant to John of Cambridge of part of Sedge Hall inherited from Mabel, once wife of Robert Dony, 1329-05-08
The portion of Sedge Hall is defined as lying lengthwise along the waterside from the King's quay to Sedge Hall quay (18 feet) and widthwise from the waterside to the portion belonging to Margaret, sister of the said Sabina, daughter of the said Robert Dony (8 feet)
Grant to John of Cambrige, knight, and Joan his wife, of part of Sedge Hall inherited from her father., 1333-03-10
Margaret's portion has buildings on it and lies between a tenement of the said Sir John and a tenement of her sister Isabella and is 7 feet long and 17 feet wide ,
Witnesses: John Pittock, mayor; Robert Assok'; William de Warwick; Henry de Beche; William de Heyham, bailiffs; Henry de Toft; Simon de Refham.
Grant to John son of her brother Bartholomew Gogging of a messuage called 'le Seghalle' as in 1 and 5; neighbours given as in 5., 1285
Witnesses: John But, mayor; John Portehors; Michael Pilat; Richard Bateman, junior; John de Aylesham, bailiffs; Robert Wymund; Henry son of Agnes de Berton; Bartholomew Gogging; Richard son of Richard Laurence; Thomas Godeman; Thomas de Wimpole, clerk.
Sundry endorsements, one of which questions Sabina's right to grant Sedge Hall.
Grant to Robert Hubert and Sabina his wife of a messuage previously of Everard father of Martin as in 1, 1250
The messuage is now defined as lying between a messuage formerly of Gilbert Claud and a messuage formerly Turstan Grennard's and abutting on the river bank.
Witnesses: Thomas Tuliet; John le Rus; Eustace son of Hervey; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Richard son of Ivo; Eustace Eldcorn; John de Barton; Richard Laur'; Anger le Rus; Nicholas Childman; William Tuliet; John Gogging; William son of Ivo; Simon Pistor
Grant to Robert Hubert of land behind Peter's house which Baldwin 'Piscator' held of Baldwin Blangernun at the bridge at an annual rent of 2d at Hock Day for services, etc., 1260 - 1270
Grant to Robert le Glover and Isabel his wife of the Sedge Hall for the life of the longer liver at a rent of 4 silver pence for for the solar and shop next to John de Toft, and 12s for the other half, 1347-12-02
Witnesses: Robert de Br[i]gham, mayor; Richard Tuliet; Bartholomew Morice
Grant to Robert son of Hubert of land near the bridge [adjacent to Sedgehall], 1250 - 1260
The land lies between land formerly of Alegod and land of Durant Harfleur and extends from the bridge quarter to the King's Ditch and was bought by the said Hubert from Stephen son of Salida and Robert his son.
Witnesses: Adam son of Eustace; Eustace son of Hervay; Ralph son of Henry; Thomas son of Joachim; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Anger Ruff', childman; Nicholas his son; Reginald de Hadham (?); William Tuilet; William Pilat; William de Hibernia
Grant to Sr John atte Cherch of Sheveresham [Teversham?], chaplain, and John de Abbotsley, chaplain, of a messuage, 1340-05-07
The messuage lies between a a tenement of Thomas son of Sir John of Cambridge and a tenement of John de Toft and abuts on the tenement which William de Lavenham holds by the demise of the said Thomas [i.e. Sedge Hall] and on the common way.
Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Refham; Laurence de Talworth; John de Byntre; John de Brunne, bailiffs; John Pittock; Robert de Bury; William atte Cherchegate.
Note on dorse starts: q' fiat Introitus in Fundo ad le sedge hall
Grant to William de Lavenham of a tenement called 'le Scheggehalle' [Sedge Hall] and one shop in 'le Marketstede' called 'barbounclesschopp' for life at an annual rent of one rose, 1339-11-24
Lease to Thomas Bell, fisher, of Sedge Hall for 20 years at an annual rent of 40s., 1486-04-20
Lessee's name erased at first mention.
Witnesses: Nicholas Hilton, mayor; Robert Bolton; John Helgay; Richard Dekyn; Simon Abraham, bailiffs.
Quitclaim to John Gogging, goldsmith, of a messuage called 'le Seghalle' [Sedge Hall] as a result of a law suit at Cambridge assizes in 1292, 1292-03-12
Witnesses: John Buth; John Portehors; John Martin; Bartholomew Gogging; Master Thomas Tuliet; Robert Tuliet; Richard Laurence; John Gerund, Henry de Barton; Richard Crocheman; John Goldring; Robert Matefrey.
Endorsed: Concordia facta cum Johanne Gogging de tenemento vocat' le Seghhall'; later endorsement with reference to law suit.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife, daughter of John Dunning, of all right to Sedge Hall, 1321-12-21
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Morice; John Pilat; Eudo de Elpringham; Robert Tuliet; William de Lynne; Robert le Baker.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge and Joan his wife, daughter of John Dunning, to all right to Sedge Hall., 1321-12-21
Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; John Morice; John Pilat; Eudo de Elpringham; Robert Tuliet; William de Lynn; Robert le Baker.
Quitclaim to John of Cambridge, knight, of a third part of a messuage which belonged to Robert Dony, her father, and Mable Dony his wife., 1330-12-30
Witnesses: John Pilat; Simon de Refham; Henry de Toft; John Knyvet; John Pittock.