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King's/KC/KCAR/6/2 contains:
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061 Folkestone, Kent
062 Ford, Buckinghamshire
063 Fordham, Essex
064 Fordingbridge, Hampshire
065 Foxton, Cambridgeshire
066 Gardrobe Duke Humphrey, Blackfriars, London
067 Girton, Cambridgeshire
068 Grantchester, Cambridgeshire
069 Great Bricett (including Elmsett, Finborough, Naughton, Ofton, Ringshall, Wattisham), Suffolk
070 Greenford, Middlesex
071 Haddenham, Cambridgeshire
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Title Gardrobe Duke Humphrey, Blackfriars, London
Reference KCAR/6/2/066
Covering Dates 1267–1979
Extent and Medium 6 boxes
Content and context

The mansion house belonging to Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, in the district of Baynard Castle and parish of St Andrew by the Wardrobe in London (also called Blackfriars or Puddle Dock or St Andrew's Wharf) was granted to King's College in 1447 by Henry VI as part of the original foundation of the College. The founder's grant is kept under KCAR/6/2/66/2 Title deeds GDH/12.

Documents relating to the mansion house called Gardrobe Duke Humphrey in Blackfriars, London. Includes GDH/1-/57.

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.

Further information

Records relating to properties owned by the College elsewhere in London can be found in KCAR/6/2/102. Further material may be found in the Bursar's subject files, KCAR/3/1/1/8, 9, 10 and 31.

Index Terms
Middlesex
King's/KC/KCAR/6/2/066 contains:
01 Early charters and deeds.
3 files/items.
1267–1352
02 Title deeds.
9 files/items.
1447–1885
03 Leases.
8 files/items.
1476–1934
04 Surveys.
2 items.
1776–1811
05 Valuations.
2 files/items.
1793–1874
06 Maps and plans.
11 files/items.
1761–1979
07 Estate administration.
5 files/items.
1548–1906
08 Estate correspondence.
12 files.
1719–1959
09 Accounts.
2 items.
1454–1508
10 Legal papers.
2 items.
1433–1688
11 Schedules.
1 item.
1540

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