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||Grant to John son of William le Comber [i.e. John of Cambridge'] of an annual rent of 10s from a capital messuage (as in 17)
||Counterpart of lease to Hugh de Melton and Isabelle his wife of a shop with a solar above it facing on to the street for 4 years at an annual rent of 5s.
||Quitclaim to John of Cambridge of a annual rent of 3s from a tenement once John de Brangtre's in Milnestrate.
||Lease to Geoffrey de Reymerston of a messuage next his own and a messuage of Master William de Wells abutting on Lortburn Lane for nine years at an annual rent of 20s
||Assignment to John of Cambridge of rent arrears due from a tenement in Milne Street owing from the heirs of John de Branketre
||Grant to William, son of Walter de Coten', tanner, of a messuage in Milne Street.
||Quitclaim to John le Breton of a messuage in 'Lortburn Lane which Peter had on lease from John de Breton.
||Lease to Sir Robert de Sexmere of Little Abington, chaplain, of two cottages with a curtilage adjacent at the rear of his house next the great gate of Henry le Barber for life at an annual rent of 10s.
||Lease to John de Beche, smith, of one messuage for 10 years at an annual rent of 20s
||Quitclaim to John Breton her son of a messuage lying between a messuage once John Palfreyman's and a messuage of John Morice.
||Grant for life to John Beche and Joan his wife of one messuage (as in 26) at an annual rent of 20s.
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Cambridge, St Botolph's parish deeds
||Grant to Reginald Sherewind of a messuage at an annual rent of 2s.
(former reference: XII 13)
||Bartholomew son of John of Cambridge
||c. 1260-c. 1270 (n.d., before 'quia emptores')
|Extent and Medium
||1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript
|Content and context|
The messuage (30 feet long and 22 feet wide) lies between land of Eon de Lynn and land of Christiana, widow of Martin Britnoth and abuts on land of Simon Pinning'.
Witnesses: Stephen de Hauxton; John Ggoging; John Mich'; William Bracy; Andrew de Fascon'; Thomas Hardy; John Martin; Hervey Tinctor; Nicholas Textor; Robert Faber; Richard le Barber; John ad Portam; William Merryland.
See XII 11
|John of Cambridge (d 1335)|
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