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||Final concord between John de Ferles and Helen de Beche confirming grant as in 7. John to pay 2s and 24s per annum to Helen and allow alternate presentation to the living to Robert Avenel.
||Grant to Hugh de Impington of 4 selions and a croft in Middelton [Milton], part of his mother's dowry, in exchange for half an acre of land in Impington held of Hugh by fee of Gilbert.
||Grant to Sir Walter Chamberlayn (Camerarius) of the advowson of Landbeach.
||Convention with her son John whereby in exchange for 6 marks, payable in two instalments, she conveys to him her land in Little Buckenham, Norfolk, held by right of wardship by the death of Robert Avenel.
||Quitclaim to Sir Walter Chamberlain of the advowson of Landbeach after the death of Richard de London, rector, which he might have had by virtue of his wardship of the lands of Robert Avenel.
||Bond in 10 marks and a palfrey worth 40s (or 40s) to Richard de Whepstead.
||Quitclaim to Walter le Chamberlain of Pelham of all rights to the manor and advowson of Landbeach which she might have had by inheritance or dowry.
||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).
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Deeds relating to Landbeach, Cambridgeshire
||Lease to his son, Sir Thomas Chamberlain and Elizabeth his wife of the manor of Landbeach for their lives at an annual rent of £100.
(former reference: XXXV 38)
||21 Apr. 1342 (Landbeach, 11 kal. Maii, 16 Edward III)
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Witnesses: Sir Roger le Estrange; Sir Henry de Colville, knights; Hugh Bray; Geoffrey Seman; John Knuth; John Freeman; William Jour.
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