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University/D.XXIX.25-34 contains:
D.XXIX.25 Gift with warranty (a) by Clare Hall to Richard Smyth of Cambridge, apothecary, and others, of a house with small garden and another garden in Great St Mary parish; with rough note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.26 Gift (a) by John Smyth, clerk, MA, son and heir of Richard Smyth of Cambridge, apothecary, deceased, to Elizabeth Smyth of Cambridge, widow, of a house and garden as in D.XXIX.25a; with rough note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.27 Gift (a) by Elizabeth Smyth of Cambridge, widow, to John Puregold and Hugh Chapman of Cambridge, of a house and garden as in D.XXIX.25a; with rough note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.28 Gift (28a) by John Puregold and Hugh Chapman to Robert Goodhale + wife Agnes, Master Andrew Manfeld, Thomas Marsshall and Thomas Hoggekyn of Cambridge to the use of RG, of a house and garden as D.XXIX.25a; with counterpart (28b) and dimension notes (28c)
D.XXIX.29 Gift with warranty (a) by John Barnard and Agnes, his wife, late wife and executrix of Robert Goodeale, and others, to William Butte, MD, and Margaret, his wife, and others, to use of WB, of house and garden as in D.XXIX.25a; with note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.30 Lease for 20 years (a) by Master William Butt, MD, to Nicholas Speryng of Cambridge, stationer, of a stable in Scole Lane and the garden lying behind it; with counterpart (b)
D.XXIX.31 Gift (a) by William Butte, MD, and Margaret, his wife, and Henry Veysy of Cambridge, gentleman, to William Sperying and others of house and garden as in D.XXIX.25a; with note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.32 Gift (a) by Nicholas Sperincke, son and heir of William Sperincke, late of Cambridge, stationer, to Zegar Nicholson, burgess, and Philip Scarlet, stationer, both of Cambridge, of house and garden as in D.XXIX.25a; with note of dimensions (b)
D.XXIX.33 Bargain and sale with feoffment (a) of three stables and two gardens in St Mary the Great parish, between a tenement of Thomas Toolie on the east and Le Scole Lane on the west ; with a version in English (b)
D.XXIX.34 Lease for 60 years (a) by Corpus Christi College to Robert Goodehale of Cambridge, apothecary, of garden in St Mary the Great parish; with note of dimensions (b)
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Title Gift with warranty (a) by Clare Hall to Richard Smyth of Cambridge, apothecary, and others, of a house with small garden and another garden in Great St Mary parish; with rough note of dimensions (b)
Reference D.XXIX.25
Covering Dates 28 Oct. 1470 (49 Henry VI)
Extent and Medium 1 membrane, 1 sheet; parchment, paper
Content and context

The other parties with RS are: William Smyth, mercer, Godfrey Charlys, Richard Hylderston, William Waleys and Richard Middleton. The property lies between Le Scholelanes on the south and west and a garden of Corpus Christi College, now in the tenure of the said RS, on the east and north. The house and small garden extend in length 33 feet 4 inches southwards from the garden in the tenure of RS to ['per'] Scolelanes, and 33 feet 4 inches northwards from the said garden in the tenure of RS to the other garden in the north. The house extends 19 feet in width at the east end and the small parcel of garden extends 19 feet in width at the west end at Scolelanes. The other garden extends 21 feet in length northwards from the said house in the south as far as the garden in the tenure of RS on the east side and extends in length 21 feet to Scolelanes in the west. The same garden extends 19 feet in width at the south end to the said house and garden and similarly extends 19 feet in width at the north end at the garden in the tenure of RS.

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