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||Wybrow deeds: see 9/19/1-6
||Title deeds of Thomas Straker to ten and a half acres of fen at Stow cum Quy lately belonging to Elizabeth Smith and then to Henry Dickenson
||Notarial extract from will leaving £150 to CCC, after his wife's decease, to purchase freehold lands to support exhibitions for 2 poor scholars and a bachelor exhibition.
||Deed to lead the uses of a fine: a messuage with 2 acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture and 5 acres of fen to John Savile, John Yorke and CCCC
||Bond in £130 to Thomas Straker to perform covenants embodied in a tripartite indenture of even date.
||Lease to Thomas Straker, by way of conveyance, of four and a half acres of Fen or marish ground.
||Assignment to Thomas Cremer to attend inheritance.
||Lease by way of conveyance to Henry Bromley, Samuel Gatward and Charles Clarke of 10 and a half acres of fen.
||Bond in £280 to James Martin to perform covenants embodied in a tripartite indenture of assignment of even date.
||Memorandum of lease to William Hovell of two closes of fen, contining about 11 acres, in Droveway fen, late Francis Wybrow's.
||Lease to Francis Whichcote of Dovehouse Close and 40 acres called Brians, lately occupied by Henry Muggleton for 21 years at an annual rent of £12 10s
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Deeds relating to Stow-cum-Quy
||List of counterpart leases and licenses handed over to the bursar.
(former reference: XXII 28)
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