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||Grant to John Palefryman and Matilda his wife of a messuage at an annual rent of 1d
||Grant to Reginald Sherewind of a messuage at an annual rent of 2s.
||Grant to Nicholas Morice and Custance his wife of part of a messuage with a house on it in Milne Street
||Grant to Simon ad Aquam and Margaret his wife and their heirs of a messuage in Lortburn Lane abutting on the highway and onto St Botolph's churchyard, and next to land of the Hospital.
||Grant to Roger Doy of a messuage with one head on the highway, and one on land of William Belcham, between land of John de Cotes and land of John Prentis.
||Grant to John, son of William le Comber [i.e. John of Cambridge] of ten shillings annual rent from a capital messuage, and all his other lands and tenements in Cambridge and elsewhere which he acquired from Gerard de Vinery
||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
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Cambridge, St Botolph's parish deeds
||Quitclaim to John Breton her son of a messuage lying between a messuage once John Palfreyman's and a messuage of John Morice.
(former reference: XII 27)
||Joan de Creyke, widow of Sir John de Creyke
||3 Feb. 1332 (Cambridge, Monday after the Purification [2 Feb.], 6 Edward III)
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Joan had had the property by succession of the heirs of Thomas Sherewind, her brother, who inherited it after the deat of Margaret Joan's sister.
Witnesses: William de Creyke; William de Hackeord; John le Chapman; John Morice; William de Brunne; Geioffrey de Warboys; Thomas de Capell
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