|<-- See earlier|
||Verdict of the homage.
||Counterpart of lease to Thomas Chapman of the site of the manor of Barton for 21 years from Michaelmas 1743 at an annual rent of £5, 2 quarters and 4 bushels of wheat, 2 bushels and 3 pecks of malt, etc.
||Court book 'No. 3'.
||Court book 'No. 4'
||File of conditional surrenders.
||File of conditional surrenders and discharges.
||A true and perfect Terrier of Land belonging to Corpus Christi or Bennet College in Occupation of Henry Page of Barton . . .
||A Tarrier of Bennett Collige lands in the fields of Barton.
||The Mannor of Barton Parva.
|See later -->||
Deeds relating to the manor of Barton Lancaster, Cambridgeshire.
||Counterpart of licence to Mrs Ann Angier and Mr Henry Angier to alienate premises in Barton and Grantchester to Thomas Banyard of Horningsea and Henry James Banyard ot Histon.
(former reference: XXXVII 37)
||Master and Fellows of CCCC
||24 May 1851
|Extent and Medium
||1 membrane; vellum; Mixed scripts
|Content and context|
The property is that late in the occupation of Mrs Ann Page.
|Corpus/CCCC09/37/CCCC09/37/37 contains: |
||Memorandum of lease to Richard Angier of the Barton estate for 21 years from Michaelmas 1839. Terms of lease given. Note of college order of 24 May 1851.
1 sheet; paper; Manuscript.
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