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King's/KC/KCAR/6/2 contains:
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047A Derby
048 Docking, Norfolk
049 Dorchester, Dorset
050 Duddenhoe, Essex
051 Dunton Waylett, Essex
051A Eastbourne Nether Inn, Sussex
052 Elmdon, Cambridgeshire
053 Elsham and Worlaby, Lincolnshire
054 Ely, Cambridgeshire
055 Ewhurst, Sussex
056 Farley, Bedfordshire
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Title Eastbourne Nether Inn, Sussex
Reference KCAR/6/2/051A
Covering Dates 1495–1497
Extent and Medium 1 item
Content and context

Eastbourne Nether Inn was the rectory manor for Eastbourne - although never owned by King's College, it was the property of the treasurer of Chichester Cathedral, a post occupied by John Doget, Provost of King's College until his death in 1501. As lord of the manor, Doget would have received documents relating to the administration of the estate, and these were then incorporated into the College's own estates records.

Document relating to Eastbourne Nether Inn in Sussex.

Many thanks to Christopher Whittick of East Sussex Record Office for supplying information regarding the provenance of this document.

Please note that the estate collection is continually receiving new material. Catalogues for estates which have had many additions made during the year will be re-published approximately annually, and the Archive Centre staff are always happy to conduct up-to-date computer searches for any estate. Please contact archivist@kings.cam.ac.uk with enquiries.

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King's/KC/KCAR/6/2/051A contains:
HEA/1 Bailiff's account. Compotus for two years of John Banester, bailiff for 'Netherynne' [Nether Inn, in Eastbourne].
1 volume (8 pages); paper.
29 Sep. 1495–29 Sep. 1497

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