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||Grant to Sir William de Overe, chaplain, and Robert his brother for their lives of one acre in Banworth field lying next to 'le Floed' and abutting on the common pasture, on payment of 4d a year at Christmas to the brethren of St John's Hospital.
||Grant to his brother Henry and Henry's wife Petronilla of the manor of Landbeach for their lives.
||Quitclaim to his brother John of 3 half-acres of arable in Landbeach field which his brother John bought from John le Knyth and Rose his wife; manorial dues excepted.
||Quitclaim to his brother Bartholomew of 2 and a half selions of arable in Milton (Midelton).
||Grant to Henry le Chamberlain of a messuage in Landbeach and a rood and a half of arable.
||Grant to John le Chamberlain of Landbeach of a half acre of meadow.
||Grant to John le Chamberlain of 2 and a half acres of arable.
||Lease to Roger le Colville for the term of his life of a messuage with buildings and an acre and a half of arable as in 24 at an annual rent of 2s; Roger to maintain the buildings.
||Quitclaim to John le Chamberlain of two and a half acres of land in Landbeach fields.
||Grant to John de Reynham of half an acre of arable in Middilton [Milton]
||Grant to John Chamberlain of Landbeach of a half acre as in 29.
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Deeds relating to Landbeach, Cambridgeshire
||Grant to Sir Walter Chamberlayn (Camerarius) of the advowson of Landbeach.
(former reference: XXXV 15)
||Helen de Beche, widow of Geoffrey le Bere
||23 Nov. 1253 (Cambridge, Sunday after Edmund King and Martyr [20 Nov.], 38 Henry III)
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The [portion of the advowson] was attached to lands in Wimpole which Robert Avenel, now deceased, held of Helen, and is now detached from them.
Witnesses: Master Richard Crocheman; William Poer; Richard son of Yvo; William his brother; John son of Yvo; Roger le Waleys; William Thurgar; Robert, clerk of Girton.
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