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King's/KC/KCAR/6/2 contains:
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078 Helion Bumpstead, Essex
079 Hemingby, Lincolnshire
080 Hepworth, Suffolk
081 Hereford, Herefordshire
082 Highampton, Devon
083 Hindringham, Norfolk
084 Homington, Wiltshire
085 Honeychurch, Devon
086 Hooe, Sussex
087 Horstead, Norfolk
088 Hungerford, Berkshire
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Title Hindringham, Norfolk
Reference KCAR/6/2/083
Covering Dates 1571
Extent and Medium 2 items
Content and context

Title deeds relating to King's College lands in Hindringham, Norfolk.

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

Further material may be found in the Bursar's subject files, KCAR/3/1/1/8, 9, 10 and 31.

Index Terms
Norfolk
King's/KC/KCAR/6/2/083 contains:
HIN/1 Deed. Indenture for King's College to take charge of indentures between Martin Hastinge of Hinderingham in Norfolk and Thomas Stutevile of Dallam in Suffolk over Hindringham manor and advowson. The King's College seal and a smaller seal are attached. A further small seal is missing and a fragment remains.
1 item; parchment.
27 Sep. 1571
HIN/2 Deed. Tripartite indenture over Hindringham manor and advowson, between Roger Goad, Provost of King's College, Martin Hastinge of Hindringham and Thomas Stutevile of Dalham. The King's College seal is attached.
1 item; parchment.
27 Sep. 1571

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