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03 Cambridgeshire, various.
04 Cambridge Fields
05 Cambridge, St Radegund's parish deeds
06 Cambridge, All Saints' parish
07 Cambridge, Holy Trinity parish
08 Cambridge, Great St Mary's parish deeds
09 Cambridge, St Edward's parish deeds
10 Cambridge, Great St Andrew's parish deeds
11 Cambridge, St Botolph's parish deeds
12 Cambridge, St Michael's parish deeds
13 Cambridge, Newnham, St Peter's and St Giles's parish deeds
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Cambridge, Great St Mary's parish deeds

Title Cambridge, Great St Mary's parish deeds
Reference GBR/2938/CCCC09/08
(former reference: IX)
Creator Various
Covering Dates c. 1270–1872
Extent and Medium 11 boxes
Repository Corpus Christi College Cambridge Archives
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Premises in Gt St Mary's parish aslo appear at 09/10/12

Corpus/CCCC09/08 contains:
0 Quitclaim to John de Barton for half a mark of a shop or stall [selda] in the market place between the seldae of the said John and of John Alvevechild given to the donor and to Robert Pettet by Henry de Barton, father (or brother) of John. Witnesses: Bartholomew le Noble; John Alvevechild; Ernisius Mercator; Symon Spiciarius; Paulinus Kempe; Gilbert Spiciarius; William Golding; Roger le Barber.
Creator: Thomas Woolward.
1 membrane; vellum; C Heavily stained; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1283
1 Grant to Thomas Potekin, clerk, of an annual rent of 18d paid by Thomas Cutellarius for a tenement (neighbours specified) and another rent of one halfpenny paid by Henry, brother of Robert. The tenement is 'in vico ubi venduntur olla' between land once of Adam Dunning and a tenement of Robert's brother Hugh. Witnesses: William Eliot; William Goldring; Ernisius Mercator; Simon Spiciar; Henry Nadun; Thomas Woolward; William le Lorimer; Walter le Plumer; 'Ebor' scriptor'.
Creator: Robert, son of Bartholomew le Noble.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c . 1270
2 Grant to Robert Whitesmith of two shops in 'Smytherowe' (dimensions given). Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; John Martin; William Eliot; Henry Nadun; William le Comber; Robert de Madingley; John Matelask; Robert de Beche, notary.
Creator: Henry, son of Bartholomew Cissoris.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272
3 Convention for lease to Robert the white smith of two shops between the land of the said Robert and the land of Margaret Heng' for six years for 26s. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; William Eliot; Roginald Sherwind; Roger de Wilbraham, bailiff; Thomas Milnuord; Thomas, clerk of St Mary's church; William Comber; William Lorimer; William Bate le Ferur.
Creator: Henry, son of Bartholomew Cissoris.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Aug. 1271
4 Counterpart of last (CCCC09/8/3; IX 1.c). Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; William Eliot; Roginald Sherwind; Roger de Wilbraham, bailiff; Thomas Milnuord; Thomas, clerk of St Mary's church; William Comber; William Lorimer; William Bate le Ferur.
Creator: Henry, son of Bartholomew Cissoris.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Aug. 1271
5 Convention for lease to Robert the white smith from Michaelmas 1273 of two shops between the land of the said Robert and the land of Margaret Heng' for twelve years for 30s. Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; William Eliot; Robert de Madingley; Henry Nadun; William Comber; Roger de Wilbraham; Thomas the clerk of St Mary's.
Creator: Henry, son of Bartholomew Cissoris.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1273
6 Counterpart of the last.
Creator: Henry, son of Bartholomew Cissoris.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1273
7 Grant to John son of William le Comber, burgess, of annual rent of 18d from a messuage 'in vico ubi venduntur olla' between a tenement of Thomas Bronkeshoued and messuage of Roger le Turner. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Geoffrey Knyvet; Simon Godeman; John Robylliard; John de Leek, bailiff; Geoffrey le Feron; Henry Aurifaber; Matthew Aurifaber; Alan de Wells; Roger le Turner; Hugh Godchep.
Creator: Thomas Potekin.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1299
8a Lease to John de Haddenham, cutler, of one shop and chamber with solar for life at an annual rent of 12s. The property lies between the messuage of John de Deneford (W) and land of the said John (de Cambridge?) (E) and abuts of land of the said John (N) and the king's highway (S). Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert Seman; Hervey Perrin; Stephen de Panfeld; John de Teversham, bailiff; Philip Cayly; John Outlaw; John de Deneford; William de Thaxsted.
Creator: Sir John de Cantebr', knight.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Oct, 1330
8b Grant to William de Carun, on his marriage to Robert's daughter Nichola, of land with stone houses and a mill, in the Cornmarket, along with other lands there which he holds in fee from others. The full grant comprises: All that my land with buildings on it in the corn market where there stand stone houses with a mill and all the land which I hold of William of [Bury] St Edmund's in the same place and all the land which I hold of John de Warom there and with an annual rent of 12d which William of Solford holds of me and all the land which I hold of William son of William of Trumpington with all the appurtenances pertaining to those lands without any reservation. Witnesses: William Dec' of Horleston; Jock vicar of Trumpington; Antony de Stockton; John Capll' de Gildelok; John de Cayly; Hervey son of Eustach; Gerard de Wildebof; Walter de Wildebof; Oliver de Plesis; Henry son of Robert de Clifton; John Leled; Angerus son of Edricus;Ailgar de Woll'; Walter son of Ernulf; Richard de Trumpington.
Creator: Robert Seman.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1216–1272
9 Grant to Nichola, daughter of Robert Seman, of a piece of land lying behind the land once of Walter fitz William, once of Hugh son of Absolon. Witnesses: Sir John Oste, chaplain; John Le Rus; Geoffrey Potekin; Thomas son of Joachim; Ralph son of Henry; John son of Hugh; William Sam'; Nicholas ultra forum; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; William Pilat; John de Barton; Nicholas Childman.
Creator: Alice, daughter of Master Geoffrey de Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1216–1272
10 Grant to Reginald Sherewind, on his marriage to William's daughter Helen, of a shop in the market between the shop of William de Sancto Edmundo and the shop of Bartholomew Le Noble. Witnesses: John de Rus; Angerus le Rus; Richard son of Laurence; Nicholas Childman; Robert Hubert; William Tuliet; Michael Bruard; William son of Ivo; Simon ad Aquam; Richard le Tailor; Nicholas ultra forum; John Gogging; Hervey his son; John Martin.
Creator: William Bracy.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1216–1272
11 Grant to William the Cutler of land with bulidings, 'in vico fabrorum' (previous owners and neighbours specified). Witnesses: Geoffrey son of Ralph; John Alur'; John Aelard, clerk; Albericus le Mercer; Robert Nadun; Richard Casearius; Symon de Sancto Botulfo; John son of John Smith; John Hubert; Thomas le Ferrun; Gilebert Plumbar'; Alexander Filtere.
Creator: Robert, son of William Whitesmith ('blundus faber' ).
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1216–1272
12 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife, of a messuage with buildings, 'in vico fabrorum' previously held by his father William. Witnesses: Ernisius Mercator; Eustace Eldcorn; Robert le Furmag'; Henry Nadun; William Lorimer; Walter le Cutler; Walter le Plumer; Osbert le Ferun.
Creator: John son and heir of William le Cutler.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1260–1290
13 Grant to Perunele, widow of Nicholas le Plumbator of a messuage with buildings between the the house of the said William and the messuage of Robert Nadun. Witnesses: Robert Nadun; Geoffrey Potekin; John son of Hubert; Osbert Comber; John son of Philip; Gilbert son of Arnold; John Aurifaber; Gibert [sic] le Plambatur.
Creator: William Whitesmith of [Bury] St Edmunds.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1216–1272
14 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of an annual rent of 4s from a messuage in the tenure of William le Cuiler at a rent of a pair of white gloves. Witnesses: Ernisius Mercator; Paulinus Wombe; Symon Spiciar; Thomas le Cutler; William le Lorimer; Walter le Plumer; Robert le Furmager; Eustace Eldcorn.
Creator: Henry Nadun.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1290
15 Grant to Simon Doy and Margaret, daughter of William Hengst of a shop 'in vico fabrorum' between the lands of Robert the white smith and of Custana Gurle and abutting on St Mary's graveyard. Consideration: 1 silver mark and an annual rent of 12d and a pair of gloves worth one halfpenny. Witnesses: Ernisius Mercator; Henry Nadun; Walter le Cutler; Robert le Furmag'; Eustace Eldcorn; Robert de Malverne; William le Combar; William Gedsone; Henry Hubert; Roger de Ely.
Creator: Alice, daughter of John Hache, smith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1290
16 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of one shop (as in last) for a rent of 12d and a pair of halfpenny gloves. Witnesses: William Eliot; William Goldring; Ernisius Mercator; Henry Nadun; Walter le Cutler; William le Lorimer; Eustace Eldcorn; Robert le Furmag'; Thomas Gurle.
Creator: Simon Doy and Margaret daughter of William Henges.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
17 Grant to Willliam le Comber and Matilda his wife of half the above shop, Simon Doy holding the other half, at a rent of six pence and a farthing. Witnesses: Ernisius Mercator; William Goldring; Henry Nadun; Wlater le Cutler; William le Lorimer; Osbert le Ferrun; Robert le Furmage; Thomas Gurle; Eustace Eldcorn.
Creator: Margaret, daughter of William Henges.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
18 Grant to Willliam le Comber and Matilda his wife of an 'arrea', twelve foot square, in St Mary's graveyard, one head abutting on the messuage of Gilbert Berner and the other on the house of the said William. (It is not clear whether this 'arrea' is a a space or 'area', a floor or storey, or a corruption of 'horreum' = barn.
Creator: Sir Simon de Wycombe.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1271
19 Grant, with the consent of all in the parish, to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of the above 'area' for an annual rent of 12d.
Creator: Sir John de Waumberg.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1272
20 Grant to William le Comber, burgess, and Matilda his wife, of a piece of land measuring 20 feet by 14 and a half feet in the graveyard near the stool ('prope scamillum siue chaleram') at an annual rent of 12d. Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging; John Martin; John de Aylsham; John Gerund; John Matelasky; John de Caumpes; Walter the clerk.
Creator: John de Waumberg.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 May 1289
21 Grant to Thomas de Eltisley, clerk, Master of Corpus Christi College, of the reversion of a messuage on the west of St Mary's church after the death of himself and his wife. Witnesses: Stephen Morice, junior, mayor; Henry Tangmere; William Horwode; Stephen Morice, senior; Richard Arderne.
Creator: Joihn Wesenham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 Mar. 1353
22 Grant to John Blancpayn, Thomas le Goldsmith and Richard Finchingfield, burgesses, of a messuage between a tenement of the college and a tenement of Richard Fouke ( previously held by Alexander le Barber). The tenement abuts on a curtilage pertaining to the service of the BVM in the said church and on the high street. Witnesses: John Gibbon, mayor; Henry Purser; Henry Attefield; Ralph de Watton; John de Coton; John le Berle, draper.
Creator: John, son and heir of John de Comberton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
Feb. 1361
23 Counterpart of enfeoffment to John Sechevill, Sir William, perpetual; vicar of the church of All Saints, Cambridge, and John Borlee, of a messuage (as in the last). The transaction to be null and void on payment of 26s 8d a month until a debt oif £11 6s be paid before the Feast of St Petronilla (31 May) following. Witnesses: William Horwode; John Coton; Henry Purser; John Berle; William Paunfelon.
Creator: Thomas le Goldsmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Sep. 1374
24 Grant to John, Duke of Aquitaine and Lancaster; Henry Earl of Derby; John Nekton, clerk; Adam Leverington, rector of Landbeach; John Coton and Peter Fornham of a garden with a dove-cote. The garden lies between a tenement of the college and a tenement of John Wesenham and abuts on a college tenement and on a garden lately John Wynfelowe's. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Blancpayn; Richard Fouke; Robert de Brigham; John Herry.
Creator: John Wesenham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Sep. 1390
25 Quitclaim to the Master and Scholars of Corpus Christi of the messuage in IX. 2.e. Witnesses: Richard Descales, Sir -- de Neweseles , knight; John Burgh, knight; John Dengayne, knight; Roger Harleston; Henry English; [John] Cheyne; William Bateman; Thomas Sewell; Thomas Torell; Edmund Walsingham; William Castelacre; John S{ }ll; John Payn; John Titteshal; John Coton.
Creator: John Blancpayn, mayor.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained and torn.; Manuscript.
20 Jan. 1374
26 Quitclaim. Witnesses: William Horwod, mayor; . . . Paunfelon.
Creator: Unknown.
1 membrane; vellum; A Very badly damaged by damp.; Manuscript.
1374
27 Grant or quitclaim (probably).
Creator: Thomas le Goldsmith and William, perpetual vicar of All Saints.
1 membrane; vellum; A Very badly damaged by damp.; Manuscript.
1374
28 Grant to Sir William, perpetual vicar of St Edward's Church, Cambridge, and Sir John, perpetual vicar of the church of Brunn' of a tenement in Glomery Lane. The tenement lies between a tenement once John de Trumpington's and Glomery Lane and extends from the king's highway to the tenement of Henry de Beche. Contemporary note on dorse re exchanges between the parties. Witnesses: Philip le Cayly, mayor; Henry de Beche; Adam de Bungay; William de Sledemere; Robert de Cottenham.
Creator: Henry de Brunne, burgess, and Margaret his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Sep. 1341
29 Quitclaim to John Knyvet, John Arnald, Richard de Burnham, Brian de Refham, William de Wimpole and Thomas Sherman of all right to a messuage in Glomery Lane (as in last). Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; Henry de Beche; Robert de Cottenham; John de Pockelington; Roger de Islip.
Creator: William de Brigham, parson of Horseheath, and John, perpetual vicar of Brunne.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Mar. 1348
30 Grant to Osbert Camber of one shop in the market between the shops of Bernard son of Edric and Hervey son of Eustace, both held from St Radegund's priory. Witnesses: Hugh Mercator; Simon de Sancto Botulpho; Robert Sarp [or Sharp]; John son of Hubert , smith;, William white smith; John Grossus, smith; John his son; Roger de Abington; William Pilat; Alexander Fittere and Robert Nadun.
Creator: Andrew de Wimpole.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
31 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of a piece of land, eight foot by nine foot, between his messuage (S) and that of Thomas Le Coteler, and abutting on William's land to the west.
Creator: Richard Bertilmen.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1290
32 Quitclaim to Walter de Oxon, servant of Cambridge university [Esquire Bedell], of all arrears owing on a piece of land, eleven foot square, between the land of William Comber and land of Robert Whitesmith. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Richard Laurence; William Eliot; Bartholomew Gogging; William Tuliet; William Goldring; William Comber; Robert Wymund; John Russell, clerk.
Creator: William de Kirkby.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1272
33 Counterpart of lease to Reginald de Comberton, burgess, and Philip his son of a piece of land next to the land of Elias de Greenston and extending along the King's highway to the land Thomas de Watlington holds of the church. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Geoffrey Knyvet; Simon Godeman; John Ere; John de Lek, bailiff; Bartholomew Gogging; John de Aylsham; Robert de Hinton; William de Ledes; Robert Tuliet; Michael Pilat.
Creator: Richard Bateman, Geoffrey le Ferour, Thomas de Madingley, Simon Godman, Elias de Greenston, Matthew Aurifaber, Alan de Wells and Alexander Pechet.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Dec. 1298
34 Grant to Alan de Wells, burgess, of a capital messuage between the tenements of Alan and of Margaret once wife of the said Nicholas and the tenement of Richard Duny. The messuage abuts on St Michael's churchyard, and, on the other head, on the tenement of John Utley and the king's highway, and carries annual charges of one penny on Hock Day, and of 2d to the Vicar of St Clement's. Witnesses: John Gerund, mayor; Guy le Spicer; Peter le Baker; Simon Sephare; John Perrin, bailiffs; Robert Steersman; Henry de Barton, goldsmith; Matthew Aurifaber; Gilbert Sis; John Utley. Dorse: lylypott jd ad hag[able] et ijd vicario sancti Clementis. Vocat' welsted commutata & vendita D. Wendy pro paschal yard & alijs 1548. lylepott ex parte orientali.
Creator: Richard son of Nicholas de Gimingham, once a goldsmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 Mar. 1295
35 Grant to John de Cantebr' of 12d annual rent from a messuage in 'le Cotelerie'. Witnesses: John Goldring, mayor; William de Comberton; Roger le Hastere; John son of Richard Wombe, bailiff; Guy le Spicer; Matthew Aurifaber; Simon de Refham.
Creator: Hugh Godchep.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
3 July 1305
36 Grant to John de Cantebridge of rent of 6s from Henry de Warwick, tenant of a messuage between land once Ralph Le Rummur's and the king's lane and abutting on the king's highway and the king's lane. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice; Adam Godsone; Michael Woolward, bailiff; Matthew Aurifaber; John Pauwe; Alan de Welle; Henry de Barton; Hugh Godchep.
Creator: John de Lynn and Alice his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
?5 Mar. 1306
37 Grant to John de Cantebr' of rent of 12 pence from a messuage between the messuagse of Gilbert Sis and Richard de Thaxsted. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice; Adam Godsone, bailiff; Matthew Aurifaber; Hugh Godchep.
Creator: Thomas Brokesheued.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
?5 Mar. 1306
38 Counterpart of grant to Dera Lucas of 5s rent from a messuage between a messuage once Ralph Matelask's and a messuage of Hugh yue [Ive]. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice; Peter de Berningham; Michael Woolward; Adam Godsone, bailiff; Geoffrey le Feron; Thomas de Madingley; Godefrey le Mercer.
Creator: William de Refham, apothecary, and Helen his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Water stained.; Manuscript.
17 Mar. 1306
39 Grant to her son John of a piece of land with two shops in 'Parva Cokeria' between messuage of Robert de Titchwell (E) and her own land (W) and extending along the king's highwas to the land of William Crocheman. Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert Seman; Hervey Perrin; Stephen de Paunfeld; John de Teversham, bailiffs; John Morice; Henry de Toft. Endorsed: De schoppis in le Kakerowe.
Creator: Katherine, once wife of Guy le Spicer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 Mar. 1330
40 Quitclaim to John Pilat and Richard le Tableter of a messuage acquired jointly with John de Thriplow, parson of the church of Reymerston. Witnesses: Bartholomew Morice, mayor; John de Barbilthorp; William de Horwode and Roger de Brandon, bailiffs of the liberty; Daniel de Felsted.
Creator: Robert de Comberton, John de Deneford and Daniel de Felsted.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
19 Oct. 1343
41 Quitclaim to John le Noble of Hanlow, Thomas de Haule, chaplain, John Wyth and John de Paunfeld, burgesses, of a messuage once Thomas de Elm's next Glomery Lane. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas de Well; Robert Martin; Daniel de Felsted; Henry de Beche, bailiffs; Henry de Tangmere; John de Pocklington; Roger de Islip.
Creator: Margaret, once wife of Henry de Brunne.
1 membrane; vellum; Water damaged; traces iof dead mould.; Manuscript.
25 July 1348
42 Grant to his son, Henry, of a tenement 'in vico fabrorum' between land once Robert the whitesmith's and land once William Henges. Witnesses: John Alvenechild; Paulinus Wombe; Simon Spiciar; Ernisius Mercator; Henry Perlebon; Riche le Taylur; Simon Godelote; William de Newnham; Robert de Hauxston; Nicholas ultra Forum; John Gogging. Dorse: 'ten' quondam Johannis Le Rous in vico fabrorum'.
Creator: Bartholomew le Noble.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
43 Grant to John le Comber of a tenement between the tenements of Matilda le Comber and Margaret Page held by gift of Helen de Armington. Witnesses: Robert Tuliet, mayor; Robert Matfrey; Michael Woolward; Michael son of John; Walter de Fulbourn, bailiffs; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Walter le Hunte; Elias de Greenston; William de Norfolk; Richard Bateman; Robert de Madingley'.
Creator: Henry Faber.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
14 Aug. 1294
44 Grant to Willliam le Comber and Matilda his wife of built-up land 'in vico fabrorum' 15 feet wide between St Mary's churchyard and Smiths' Row (vicum fabrorum), between the shops of Alured Melkestere and Walter le Plumer. Witnesses: Hervey Perleben; William Eliot; William de Newnham; Robert de Hauxton; Ernisius Mercator; Simon Spiciar; William Goldring; Robert le Furmag'; Henry Nadun; Walter le Plumer; William le Lorimer.
Creator: John son and heir of John Faber.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
45 Grant to William de Comber of land with a chamber above it. The chamber is twelve feet wide between the workshop ('fabrica') of Alice's late husband William Suckling and land of Robert le Furmag', and thirteen feet long between a chamber occupied by William Page and land once Simon de Sancto Botolpho's. Gersuma, 15s. Witnesses: Roger de Wikes; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Nicholas ultra Forum; Riche le Taylur; Ernisius Mercator; Henry Nadun; William le Cutler; Thomas le Cutler; William le Lorimer; Robert le Furmag'; Ralph Sharp.
Creator: Alice, daughter and heir of John Faber.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
46 Grant to William Faber son of Robert Faber de Sancto Edmundo of land with buildings between the workshop of Hubert Faber 'iuxta forum' and a messuage of the said William, and abutting on the market place and land of Richard Polkatt.
Creator: Robert son of Richard Nadun.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1262-c. 1270
47 Grant to William de Sancto Edmundo, whitesmith, of a messuage next to land of John Faber. Witnesses: Bernard son of Edric; John his son; Michael his brother; Robert son of Robert Faber; Robert Nadun; Ernulfus Plumer; Gilbert his son; Hugh Mercator; Osbert Comber; John son of John Faber; John his father.
Creator: Gilbert Blancgerun.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1262-c. 1270
48 Demise to Simon de Sancto Botulfo of a piece of land 16 and a half feet square [a rod] between the lands of William, of Hugh le Marchant, of Simon and of John Faber. Witnesses: Robert Seman; Algar de Wells; Geoffrey Potekin; Thomas le Mercer; Michael Gogging; John his brother; Walter Ambenthes; Peter Venator; Robert Sharp; Osbert le Comber; John Faber; Alan Whitlof.
Creator: William de Sancto Edmundo.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1262-c. 1270
49 Quitclaim to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of a messuage measuring 16 and a half foot square (as in last),. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Bartholomew Gogging; Nicholas Morice; Gerard Attepond; Geoffrey le Ferur; Osbert le Ferur; Reginald de Comberton.
Creator: Robert son and heir of Simon de Sancto Botulpho.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272
50 Grant to his daughter Helen of a messuage with buildings below ('infra') a pleasance with a solar which Thomas's wife Isabella had of the gift of Robert le Hatter between the messuages of Emma Gumelyn and Margaret Page. The messuage abuts on the messuage once John de Aylsham's and on the pleasance. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert de Shelford; Reginald de Comberton; John de Brancketre; John Pawe, bailiffs; William le Comber; Geoffrey le Ferur; John Goldring; Richard Bateman, junior; John Wombe.
Creator: Thomas de Armington.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1288
51 Grant to John son of William le Comber and Matilda his mother of a shop 'in vico fabrariorum' (Smith's Row) lying between the land once William le Comber's and land once William Page's. Witnesses: Robert Tuliet, mayor; Michael Woolward; Robert Matefrey; Rede Michel; Walter de Fulbourn, bailiffs; Robert Steersman; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Alan de Wells.
Creator: John son of John de Cantebr of Ecton, co. Yorks.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1290
52 Grant to Roger le Turner of a shop ten feet long and twelve feet wide between the land of the prioress of St Radegund and land once Roger Warin's. Gersuma: 15s. Witnesses: William Eliot, mayor; John Butt; John Palfreyman; Henry Nadun; Henry Tuliet, bailiffs; Robert Malvern; Simon le Spicer; Thomas le Cutler; William Lorimer; Warin de Teversham.
Creator: Sayer son of Adam Clericus.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1307
53 Grant to John Cultellarius and Juliana his wife of a shop with buildings in Smiths' Row between the land of Robert Whitesmith and land of William Page and abutting on land of John de Aylsham and on land once Robert Bartholomew's. Gersuma: 43s. Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; John Portehors; Robert Wymund; John de Aylsham; Gerard de Stagno, bailiffs; William Comber; Robert Whitesmith; Roger Cutler; William Lorimer; Thomas Outlaw.
Creator: Margaret daughter of William Hengis.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1307
54 Quitclaim to Willliam le Comber of all right to Joan Potekin's dower. Witnesses: William Goldring; William Eliot; Walter Crocheman; Henry Nadun; Robert le Furmag'; Thomas Gurle.
Creator: Richard son of John de Barton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1307
55 Quitclaim to Alan de Wells and Joan his wife of a tenement held by feoffment of Stephen, brother of Richerus. Witnesses: John Gerund, mayor; Guy le Spicer; Peter le Baker; Simon Sephar; John Perrin, bailiff; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Robert Steersman; Henry de Barton; Reginald de Comberton; John de Branketre.
Creator: Richerus son and heir of Alice Ernys.
Manuscript.
20 Nov. 1294
56 Quitclaim to Alan de Wells and Joan his wife of a messsuage held by gift of Richard brother of Margaret. The messuage lies between a messuage once Ernisius Mercator's and another once Richard le Cutler's. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Simon Godeman; Geoffrey Knyvet; John Ere; John de Leck, bailiffs; Henry Aurifaber; Matthew Aurifaber; Simon de Refham; William Engayne; Walter de Caston.
Creator: Margaret once the wife of Nicholas de Gerningham, goldsmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 June 1299
57 Grant to John son of William le Comber of the services of Geoffrery le Ironmonger and 2s annual rent from him for two shops between the market place and the brewhouse of Matilda la Comber. Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; John Edward; Robert de Wells; Ralph son of Ralph de Comberton, bailiffs; William de Barneton; Simon de Knapwell; Reginald de Trumpington.
Creator: John Overmarket.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Dec. 1306
58 Quitclaim to her son Thomas le Turner of all right to a tenement 'ubi olle vendunt'. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Culling; Robert Tuliet, junior; Roger de Costessey; James Godlomb;, bailiffs; Guy le Spicer; Simon de Refham; Walter de Caston.
Creator: Margaret widow of Roger le Turner.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Feb. 1309
59 Grant to Matthew de Gimingham, goldsmith, of the annual rent of 6s from John Utley for one tenement next to the tenement of Alan de Wells. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; James Godlomb; Alan de Wells, Henry de Barton; Hugh Godchep; Geoffrey de Thaxted; Richard his brother.
Creator: Bucius de Gimingham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
18 June 1309
60 Grant to Ralph de Binham, burgess, and Margery his wife of a shop with a solar and adjacent land between the tenements of Thomas le Turner and of Robert le Sherman and abutting on the market place. Witnesses: Guy le Spicer; John Duke; John de Trumpington; John de Comberton; Thomas de Snailwell, bailiffs; John Pawe; Allan de Wells; Simon de Refham; Henry de Barton; Robert le Sherman.
Creator: John Edward.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Oct. 1311
61 Grant to John de Cantebr' of annual rent of 6s from John Utley for a tenement next to the tenement of Alan de Wells. Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; Robert Dunning; William Carbonel, bailiffs; Guy Le Spicer; Alan de Wells.
Creator: Matthew de Gimingham, goldsmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Nov. 1309
62 Grant to Henry de Tangmere, burgess, of annual rent of 40s from lands and tenements in Cambridge, Grantchester and Coton. Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; Henry de Beche; John de Refham of Cambridge; John Bolour; Richard Wyth of Grantecete; Robert de Balderston; Henry Dylgar of Cotes.
Creator: Simon de Scaupwick, burgess.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Dec. 1346
63 Quitclaim to St Bartholomew Perrin and John Vavasour, burgess, of all right to a tenement 'in vico Scolarum' between a tenement of the university and a tenement of Nicholas Crocheman granted by Thomas's father and mother, Thomas and Margaret. Witnesses: Philip Cayly, mayor; William de Lolworth; Henry . . . De Thaxted; Geoffrey de Warwick, bailiffs; Richard Tuliet; Bartholomew Morice; Edward de Rokelond; John de Weston; William de H[orw]ode.
Creator: Thomas Portrayer junior.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained and mutilated; Manuscript.
27 Mar. 1347
64 Quiclaim to John Knyvet, John Arnald, Richard de Burnham, Bricius de Refham, William de Wimpole and Thomas Sherman of all right to a messuage held of the gift of Henry de Brunne. The messuage lies between Glomery Lane and the tenement of John de Trumpington, abutting on the road and on the tenement of Henry de Beche. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; Henry de Beche; Robert . . . ; John de Pocklington; Roger de Islip.
Creator: Nicholas Pawe, burgess, and [Peter] Bittering, clerk.
1 membrane; vellum; Severely damaged; Manuscript.
Mar. 1348
65 Grant to John Portehors of a shop between the land of Allexander le Parrmenter and the land of Robert le Whitesmith and abutting on the chancel of St Mary's church and Smith Row. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert Wymund; Henry Tuliet; John de Aylsham; Henry Nadun, bailiffs; Henry de Barton; Peter Mariscallus; Robert le Whitesmith; William le Comber; John Wombe.
Creator: Walter le Plumber.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1271
66 Grant of a shop, as in last, to William le Comber. Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; John Martin; William Eliot; Henry Nadun; Henry Tuliet; John de Aylsham; Henry de Barton; John Bot, clerk; Nicholas son of Symon Pistor.
Creator: John Portehors.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
?c. 1273
67 Counterpart of agreement with Ralph Sharp that William may build on his land in Smith's Row up to Ralph's wall, a length of 16 feet. Witnesses: Nicholas Childman; Nicholas ultra Forum; Riche le Tailor; Thomas le Ferrun; William le Lorimer; William Furmag', Thomas Woolward.
Creator: William le Comber, smith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1307
68 Quitclaim to William le Comber, smith, of all right she might have by way of dowry to the wall granted to William by Ralph Sharp. Witnesses: Nicholas Childman; Nicholas ultra Forum; Thomas le Ferrun; William Henges; Henry Nadun; John Alvevechild.
Creator: Isabella Sharp.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1307
69 Grant to Ralph de Binham of a shop with a solar above between his own tenement and the tenement of Richard le Turner and abutting on the market place and on a tenement of Gilbert Sis (dimensions given). Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Henry de Barton; William de Leeds; Geoffrey de Costessey; Aunsell de Costessey, bailiffs; Guy le Spicer; John Goldring; Wlya de Greenston; Henry le Pesur; Alan de Wells, Gilbert Sis.
Creator: Roger le Turner.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
31 Aug. 1298
70 Grant to Thomas le Turner, burgess, of a shop with a solar, as in last. Witnesses: Simon de Refham, mayor; Guy le Spicer; John Edward; John de Deneford; John Outelaw; William de Thaxted; Robert de Drayton.
Creator: Ralph de Binham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
16 Mar. 1321
71 Grant to William Albus Faber [Whitesmith] of a messuage lying between the land of Maurice Rufus and land of William Cultelarius. Witnesses: Hervey son of Eustace; Robert Sam'; Geoffrey Potekin; Alberic Mercerius; Geoffrey Prat; Michael son of Bernard; Henry Eliot; Geoffrey Orgar; Childman; Osbert le Painter; Simon de Sancto Botulf'; Thomas de Ferun.
Creator: Adam son of Eustace.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1216-c. 1272
72 Grant to William son of Osbert le Comber on his marriage to Matilda, daughter of Robert, of a shop 'in vico fabrorum' between the land of Ralph Sharp and land once John son of John Faber's. Also an annual rent of 2s 6d from a tenement which Simon de Sancti Botulfo holds of him. Witnesses: Thomas Tuliet; John de Rus; Stephen de Hauxton; Nicholas de ultra Forum; Simon de sancto Botulfo; William Henges; Thomas de Ferur; Henry le Cupper; Henry Nadun.
Creator: Robert son of William Whitesmith (Albus Faber).
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1270
73 Quitclaim to William son of Osbert le Comber on his marriage to Matilda, daughter of Robert, of a shop 'in vico fabrorum' between the land of Ralph Sharp and land once John son of John Faber's. Also an annual rent of 2s 6d from a tenement which Simon de Sancti Botulfo holds of him. Witnesses: Nicholas ultra Forum; Ernisius Mercator; Henry Nadun; Walter le Plumer; Osbert le Ferun; Robert le Furman', Eustace Eldcorn; Thomas Gurle; William le Lorimer.
Creator: Robert son of William Whitesmith (Albus Faber).
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1270
74 Grant to William de Sancto Eadmundo, smith, of a messuage (previous tenants given). Witnesses: Adelard son of Ordgar; Michael his brother; Ralph Gilun; Bernard son of Edric; Robert del Selor; Geoffrey Potekin; John Faber; Hugh le Mercer; Roger le Mercer; Ernulf Plumar'; Nicholas his brother; Hermes; Gilbert Aurifaber; Elias Potter; William Cupper'; Elias Sermon.
Creator: Robert Nadun.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
75 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of an annual rent of 3s from a capital messuage in the market place between the land once Riche le Tailor's and a small messuage next to the lane leading to Roger Wikes' horse mill. Witnesses: Richard son of Laurence; William Eliot; John Francis; Ernisius Mercator; Bartholomew Gogging; Robert de Madingley; Henry Nadun; Roger de Ely; Richard Bateman; Roger de Fuloburn.
Creator: Nicholas ultra forum.
1 membrane; vellum; Seal tag re-attached with green thread.; Manuscript.
1272–1307
76 Grant to Godefrey de Hauxton, merchant, and Hawisia his wife of a tenement between the tenement of Matilda del Solde and the lane leading to the 'Glomeria' and abutting on the king's highway and on a tenement once Gilbert Bernard's. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert de Shelford; Reginald de Comberton; John de Braunketre; John Pawe, bailiffs; Humfrey de Costessey; Geoffrey le Ferur; Robert de Madingley; Alan de Hinton; Robert le Walsh.
Creator: Richard Bateman, junior.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
11 July 1288
77 Grant to Matthew de Cantebr', goldsmith, and Margaret his wife, of six shillings of annual rent from a messuage between the messuage once Ernisius Mercator's and a messuage of Richard Buny. The messuage stretches from the king's highway to the churchyard of St Michael's church. Witnesses: Michael Pilat, mayor; William de Hulme; Thomas le Mercer; Allan de Wels; John Prentice, bailiffs; Henry de Berton; Roger Aurifaber; John Goldring; Robert de Madingley; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: John, son of John de Staundon.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
?c. 1293
78 Grant to Alan de Wells, burgess, and Joan his wife of a tenement with a large entrance (magna porta). Witnesses: John Gerund, mayor; Peter le Baker; Guy le Spicer; Simon Sephare; John Perrin, bailiffs; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Robert Steersman; Reginald de Comberton; Henry de Barton; John de Aylsham; John de Branketr; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Stephen, son of the late Robert de Northampton and Sabina his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Nov. 1294–22 Nov. 1294
79 Quitclaim to Godfrey de Hauxton, merchant, and Hawysia his wife of a messuage as in 09/8/76. Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; John Edward; Simon de Brunne; Ralph de Cumberton, junior; Robert de Well, bailiffs; Simon de Reyfham; Geoffrey le Ironmonger; John Robylard; William le Spicer.
Creator: Beatrice, wife of the late Richard Bateman junior.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
4 Jan. 1307
80 Grant to John de Cantebr' of a shop between a messuage of Matilda le Comber and a messuage of John de Snoring, cutler. Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; John Edward, bailiff; Geoffrey de Hiremongere; Geoffrey de Thaxted; John de Snoring; John Outlaw; Hugh Godchep.
Creator: Agnes, wife of the late Thomas son of Thomas Brokesheued.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
3 Apr. 1307
81 Grant to Thomas de Elin, burgess, of a piece of land in Glomery between the messuages of Robert Sabyn and of Alexander le Barber and extending from the king's highwat to land once John Goldring's. Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; Adam de Bungay; John de Trumpington; Alexander le Barber; Riche le Spicer.
Creator: Simon de Bradley.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 Nov. 1323
82 Quitclaim to Richard le Tableter and Thomas de Chatenhale of a messuage which they had acquired jointly from John de Deneford and Anne his wife. Witnesses: Bartholomew Morice, mayor; John de Marbilthorp; William de Horwode; Roger de Brandon, bailiffs; Daniel de Felsted.
Creator: William Hervey and Richard de Shitlington, chaplain.
1 membrane; vellum; Torn in half.; Manuscript.
19 Oct. 1343
83 Grant to Henry de Brunne, burgess, and Margaret his wife of annual rent of 40s for life from a messuage held of the gift of the said Henry and Margaret. The messuage is between Glomery Lane and a tenement once John de Trumpington's and abuts on a tenement of Henry de Beche and on the king's highway. Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; Adam de Bungay; Henry de Beche; William de Sledemere; Richard le Tableter; John de Pocklington.
Creator: Thomas de Tuddenham 'Purtrayour' senior; John Knyvet; John Arnald; Richard de Burnham; Brice de Refham; William de Wimpole; John de Thaxted and Thomas Sherman.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Sep. 1346
84 Quitclaim to Robert le Whitesmith of all right to a shop 'in vico fabrorum' between a tenement of Alured le Melkestere and another of Simon Doy and abutting the churchyard of St Mary's. Witnesses: Ernisius Mercator; Simon Spiciar; Henry Nadun; Thomas le Cutler; Walter le Cutler; William le Lorimer; Willliam le Comber; Ralph Sharp; Robert le Furmag'.
Creator: Walter son of Gilbert le Plumer.
1 membrane; vellum; Water stained; Manuscript.
c. 1270
85 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of one tenement (as in last). Witnesses: Richard Bacheman, senior; Bartholomew Gogging; John Martin, mayor; Richard Bacheman, junior; Luke Carettar'; Henry Barton, goldsmith; Richard le Ironmonger; John Mattelasck.
Creator: Robert le Whitesmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Fragile along one fold; Manuscript.
c. 1270
86 Grant and quitclaim to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of one message (as in last two). Witnesses: William Eliot; Ernisius Mercator, Robert de Madingley; Henry Nadun; William Goldring.
Creator: Robert le Whitesmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1270-c. 1280
87 Quitclaim to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of all right to one shop (as in last three). Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert de Shelford; Reginald de Comberton; John Pawe; John de Branketre, bailiffs; William Eliot; Geoffrey le Rerur; Alan de Wells; Richard Goldring; John Goldring.
Creator: Juliana, widow of Walter le Plumer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 June 1288
88 Grant to Isabel, wife of Thomas de Armington, of a cellar 'in vico fabrorum' with solar above between the entrance of the hostel of the said Thomas and land once William Page's (dimensions given),. Witnesses: John Butt, mayor; Robert de Madingley; Roger de Wethersfield; John Palfreyman; Simon de Bradley, bailiffs; William le Comber; John Matelask; Walter le Hunte; Warinus de Teversham; Richard Pekett and John Scriptor.
Creator: Robert le Chapler.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1278
89 Grant to Isabel, wife of Thomas de Armington, of a cellar 'in vico fabrorum' with solar above between the entrance of the hostel of the said Thomas and land of Richard son of Richard, burgess (dimensions given),. Witnesses: John But, mayor; John Portehors; Michael Pilat; Richard Bateman, junior; John de Aylsham, bailiffs; William le Comber; John Mattelask; Walter le Hunte; Warinus de Teversham; Richard Burs and John Scriptor.
Creator: Robert le Chapler.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1278
90 Grant to Simon Scaw, butcher, of a cellar with solar 'in vico fabrorum' between the entrance of the hostel of Elene de Armington and land once William Page's. Witnesses: John Butt, mayor; Master Thomas Tuliet; Richard Crocheman; John Goldring; Stepehn Hunne, bailiffs; Geoffrey the Smith; Walter le Hunte; Godfrey le Mercer; Elias de Greenston; William de Norfolk; William de York; Walter the clerk. Endorsed: Carta de quodam edificio abbuttante super cimiterium beate Marie Cantebrig' iuxta forum directe versus angulum australem Cancelli beate Marie predice'.
Creator: Isabel, widow of Thomas de Armington, fisherman.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1278
91 Agreement with Isabel, widow of Thomas de Armington, for lease to her for 8 years of a cellar and solar, as in last. Witnesses: Geoffrey Fabrarius; Walter le Hunte; Godegrey le Mercer; Elyas de Greenston; William de Norfolk; William de York; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Simon Scaw, butcher.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1285
92 Grant to Matilda le Comber and John her son of a cellar and solar, as in last. Witnesses: Michael Pilat, mayor; William de Hulme; Alan de Wells; John Prentcez; Thomas de Madingley, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Ferur; Walter le Hunte; Godefrey le Mercer; Elyas de Greenston; Benedict Godsone; William de Norfolk, Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Simon Scaw, butcher.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Aug. 1293
93 Grant to John son of William le Comber of half of a house with a solar 'in vico fabrariorum' between the tenements of Matilda le Comber and of Geoffrey de Thaxted. Witnesses: John Butt, mayor; John de Kinburl; Robert de Hinton; William de Bekeswell; William Pittock, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Feron; Richard Bateman; Elias de Greenston; Walter le Hunte; Walter the clerk.
Creator: Simon le Quen, son of Simon le Quen.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Mar. 1296
94 Grant to Thomas de Tondring of one half of a house as in the last. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; William de Leeds; Henry de Barton; Geoffrey de Costessey; Aunswell de Costssey, bailiffs; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Richard Bateman; John Goldring; Geoffrey de Thaxted; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Matilda, once daughter of Simon le Quen.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Apr. 1298
95 Quitclaim to Thomas de Tendring of all rights to the half house (as in last) which she had by gift of her daughter Matilda. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Henry de Barton; William de Leeds; Geoffrey de Costessey; Aunsell de Costessey, bailiffs; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Richard Bateman; John Goldring; Walter le Hunte; Geoffrey de Thaxted; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Custancia, widow of Simon le Qwen.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
31 Apr. 1298
96 Quitclaim to John de Cantebr' of half of one messuage once Simon le Quen's in 'le Lorimererowe'. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; Geoffrey le Ferour; Alan de Well'; Matthew Aurifaber.
Creator: Thomas de Tendring.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 July 1299
97 Grant to Master Bartholomew, son of Ralph, of an annual quit rent of 10s from a tenement 'in vico fabrorum' between land of William Hanges and land of Robert son of William Aurifaber. Witnesses: Thomas Tuliet; John le Rus; Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Stephen de Hauxton; John Gogging; Simon Godelote; Bartholomew le Noble; John Alvenechild; Hugh Newcome; Simon de Sancto Botulfo; William Hanges; Thomas le Ferur.
Creator: John Faber.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1250-c. 1272
98 Grant to Alan de Wells and Joan their daughter and Alan's wife in the parishes of St Mary's and St John the Baptist's. The messuage in St Mary's in foro lies between the mill of William Eliot and the messuage once Roger de Fulbourn's and the one in St John's parish on the corner of St Michael's Lane. Witnesses: Reginald de Comberton; Richard Bateman, junior; Robert le Steersman; Humfrey de Costessey; Geoffrey Fabrarius; Robert de Madingley; John de Caumpes; Thomas le Mercer.
Creator: William le Comber and Matilda his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1270
99 Grant to Willliam le Comber and Matilda his wife of an annual quit rent of 4s 8d from a tenement between land once Thomas de Ferrun's and land of Walter le Plumer. Witnesses: William Tuliet; Michael Bernard; William Goldring; Ernisius Mercator; William Lorimer; Henry Nadun; Walter le Cutier; Robert le Furmag'. Later endorsement describes the property as being 'apud ly lantarium vocat: halfe mone'.
Creator: Adam son of Nicholas le Pluiyer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1270
100 Grant to William de Refham, 'le specer', of a tenement between a tenement once Bartholomew Matelask's and a tenement once John Sis's. Witnesses: Geoffrey le Ferour; little William the butcher; William de Nortolk; Godfrey Mercator; Robert de Madingley.
Creator: Matilda, Margaret and Joan, daughters of Henry de Drayton, butcher.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1286
101 Grant to William de Refham, 'le specer', of a tenement between a tenement once Bartholomew Matelask's and a tenement once John Sis's. Witnesses: Geoffrey le Ferour; little William the butcher; William de Nortfolch; Godfrey Mercator; Robert de Madingley.
Creator: Matilda, Margaret and Joan, daughters of Henry de Drayton, butcher.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1286
102 Grant to Thomas de Armington of a shop with buildings above 'in vico fabrorum' between land of Robert le Whitesmith and land of William Page, and abutting on land of John de Aylsham and land once Robert Bartholomew's. Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; John Portehors; Robert Wymund; John de Aylsham; Gerard de Stagno, bailiffs; William le Comber; Robert Whitesmith; Roger le Cutler; William Lorimer; William Page.
Creator: John le Cutler and Juliana his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Extensively stained; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1290
103 Grant to Willliam le Comber and Matilda his wife of land with buildings 'in vico fabrorum' between the capital messuage of the said William and land once John Parleben's and abutting on Smiths Row and St Mary's churchyard. Witnesses: Richard son of Laurence, mayor; Roger Warin; William son of Ivo; William Goldring; John Martin, bailiffs; Ernisius Mercator; William le Lorimer; Thomas Goodman; Eustace Eldcorn; Robert le Furmage; Robert Wymund, clerk.
Creator: Walter le Plumer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1290
104 Grant to John son of William le Comber of an annual rent of 2s from a capital messuage in "Culteller'" between a tenement of Matthew Aurifaber and a tenement of Richard Dunning. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Gogging; Simon de Refham; Ralph de Comberton; Walter de Barking, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Feron; Richard Bateman; Gilbert Sis; John Sis; Matthew Aurifaber; John Utley; Thomas Brokesheued; Walter the clerk.
Creator: Robert son of Walter le Plumer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
22 Mar. 1297
105 Quitclaim to Matilda le Comber of all right to 27d annual rent from a messuage 'in vico fabrariorum' between tenements of the said Matilda on either side. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Gogging; Simon de Refham; Ralph de Comberton; Walter de Barking, bailiffs; Geoffrey le Feron; Richard Bateman; John Goldring; Thomas de Tendring; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Leonius Dunning.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 May 1297
106 Grant to their son Thomas of a tenement in the corner of 'La Culteller' where pots are sold, between tenement of Gilbert Sis and tenement of Ralph le Tailor. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Morice; Peter de Burlingham; Adam Godson, bailiffs; Guy le Spicer; John Goldring; Alan de Wells; Matthew Aurifaber; Gilbert Sis; Ralph le Tailor.
Creator: Roger le Turner and Margaret his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Feb. 1306
107 Grant to John de Cantebr' of the reversion of a messuage now held for life by Geoffrey le Ironmonger by demission from Alexander Pechee (location not given). Witnesses: Guy le Spicer, mayor; John Duke; John de Trumpington; John de Comberton and Thomas Snailswell, bailiffs; Simon de Refham; Alan de Wells.
Creator: Geoffrey Pechee, son of Alexander Pechee.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
13 May 1312
108 Counterpart of fine, John de Cantebr', querens, and Geoffrey son of Alexander Peche, deforciant: one messuage and five shops.
Creator: Court at Cambridge Guildhall.
1 membrane; vellum; Severely damaged; Manuscript.
10 Mar. 1313
109 Counterpart of fine, John de Cantebr', querens, and Geoffrey son of Alexander Peche, deforciant: one messuage and five shops, i.e. counterpart of last.
Creator: Court at Cambridge Guildhall.
1 membrane; vellum; Damaged; Manuscript.
10 Mar. 1313
110 Counterpart of lease to William de Thaxted, Agnes his wife and Richard his son of a vacant plot of land, 11 for by 6 foot lying behind the hall of the said William and Agnes between the land of the said John and land of the said William and Agnes. Witnesses: Robert Dunning, mayor; Simon de Refham; Robert de Ardton.
Creator: John de Cantebr'.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Aug. 1324
111 Grant to Simon de Refham, apothecary and burgess, of a messuage between a tenement once Hugh Atteree de Clopton's and a tenement of William de Lavenham and abutting on tenement of the said Agnes and on the market place. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas Morice, senior; Stephen Morice, junior; John Purry, bailiffs; John Wyth; Robert Martin; John Vavasour; John de Densted; John de Berneye.
Creator: Agnes, widow of William de Thaxted.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Apr. 1349
112 Grant to Agnes de Thaxted of a messuage (as in last) for life at rent of one rose. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas Morice, senior; Stephen Morice, junior; John Purry, bailiffs; John Wyth; John Vavasour; John de Denford; John de Berney.
Creator: Simon de Refham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
13 Apr. 1349
113 Grant to John Gibbon, senior, of a vacant piece of land between a messuage of John de Refham and a messuage of the gild of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary and abutting on the Poultry Market. Witnesses: John London, mayor; Richard Fouke; Simon Sherman, senior; Henry Attefield; John de Coton.
Creator: William atte Ree de Clopton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
13 May 1364
114 Grant to John de Refham, burgess, of one shop with a solar between a vacant piece of land belonging to the house of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary and a place belonging to the said John and abutting on the market place and another place of Corpus. Witnesses: William de Horwode, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; Robert Chandler; Henry atte Field.
Creator: John Gibbon, senior, burgess.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Dec. 1372
115 Grant to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of 3s rent from a messuage at the head of St Mary's Church. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; Robert de Shelford; Reginald de Comberton; John Pawe; John de Branketre, bailiffs; William Eliot; Richard Bateman, junior; Luke le Carter; William Markes; John Goldring; Guy le Spicer; Richard Godring; Geoffrey le Ferur; Thomas le Mercer. Note on dorse in 16C hand: Hic redditus oneratur super illud tenementum dimis: Johanni Esswell vt in registro fol. 28: clamatus quondam per cantariam beate marie iuxta forum, sed non solutus.' The register reference is to Leases, 1470-1572.
Creator: Alice, widow of William de Kirkby of Babraham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272
116 Quitclaim to Matilda, widow of William le Comber, of all right to an annual rent of 3s (as in last). Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; John Gogging; Simon de Refham; Ralph de Comberton; Walter de Barking, bailiffs; Richard Bateman; Geoffrey le Feron; William de Leeds; Robert de Hinton; John de Branketr'; Walter the clerk.
Creator: John de Kirkby.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 June 1297
117 Sale to Alexander Pechee of all his goods, movable and immovable in a messuage which the said Alexander had by gift and enfoeffment from his father Alexander Pechee. Witnesses: John Goldring; Guy le Spicer; John de Kimburl; William de Norfolk; Elias de Greenston; Walter the Clerk.
Creator: Geoffrey le Feron.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 Apr. 1298
118 Counterpart of agreement with Alexander Pechee for lease for life of a messuage lying between a tenement of Alan Wragon, once Isabella Aubriex's and a tenement once Walter le Barber's and others' at an annual rent of 6s 8d. Witnesses: John Dunning, mayor; William de Leeds; Henry de Barton; Geoffrey de Costessey; Aunsell de Costessey, bailiffs; Richard Bateman, John Goldring; Guy le Spicer; John Prentice; Elias de Greenston.
Creator: Geoffrey le Feron.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 June 1298
119 Quitclaim to William de Horwode Henry de Tangmere, Simon de Leverington, sherman, John Hardy and Simon de Sleaford of all rights to a messuage once William de Refham's. The messuage lies between a tenement of the gild of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary and tenements once Walter de Bury's, William Dut''s and Nicholas Crocheman's. Witnesses: Stephen, son of John Morice, mayor; John Wyth; John de Berney; Simon de Refham; John de Byntre.
Creator: Roger de Refham and Joan de Thorp.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Apr. 1353
120 Grant to Richard Bushey, Robert Pinnington and Robert Norice of a tenement between a tenement of William Featherston and a tenement of Roger Falcon and abutting on a tenement once Thomas of Cambridge's and on 'le Cheesemarket'. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; John Essex; Stephen Nele; John Bush; John Lister, bailiffs.
Creator: William Salle and Simon Bentybow.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Jan. 1415
121 Grant to Gilbert de Hardlestone, clerk, of a messuage with buildings inherited from his father, its south side on Glomery Lane and north side on land once John de Walda and abutting on the high street ('magna strata') and land of Peter Curcey's. Witnesses: Robert de Sancto Edmundo; Michael Bernard; Ernisius Mercator; Reginald Sherewynd; Hervey son of John Gogging; Nicholas ultra Forum; Riche le Tailor; Robert le Furmager; Roger de Ely.
Creator: Richard, son and heir of John Selede.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1260-c. 1272
122 Counterpart of lease to William le Poulter and Margery his wife of three shops with solars in 'Comberys lane' next to the land which John de Holm helds of the said John of Cambridge.. Witnesses: Eudo de Elpringham, mayor; Simon de Refham; John Edward; Reginald de Trumpington; William de Barnton, John de Holm.
Creator: John of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
22 Feb. 1319
123 Quitclaim to John Pilat and Master Robert de Brigham of all rights to a shop with a solar held jointly with Thomas de Chatenhale 'pellipar''. Witnesses: Bartholomew Morice, mayor; John de Marbilthorp; William de Horwode and Roger de Brandon, bailiffs; Daniel de Felsted.
Creator: Richard de Shillington, Robert de Caldecote, chaplain, Laurence Pittock and John Tableter.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
19 Oct. 1343
124 Counterpart of lease to John de Barnwell, poulter, and Emma his wife for the life of the longer liver at a rent of 20s of a messuage. The messuage lies between a tenement once Master Henry de Thriplow's and a tenement of Thomas de Bsrnwell and abuts on the king's highway. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Thomas de Wells; Robert Martin; Henry de Beche; Daniel de Felsted, bailiffs; Richard Tuliet; John Wyth; Stephen Morice; John de Refham.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge, son of Sir John of Cambridge, knight.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1348
125 Grant to Robert de Brigham, John Wyth, Richard le Tableter, Thomas de Chadenhawe. John de Berney and John le Ironmongter, burgesses, of one messuage once Thomas de Tuddenham's (purtrayour). The messuage lies between Schools Lane and a tenement of Clare Hall and abuts on a tenement of Nicholas Crocheman and a tenement of Clare Hall,.
Creator: John Vavasour, senior, burgess.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Sep. 1348
126 Lease to Simon de Leverington and Alice his wife of a vacant plot of land (dimensions given) for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 2s. The plot lies between a tenement of the said Thomas and tenements of the said Simon and of Reginald le Chandler and John de Pinchbeck. Witnesses: William de Horwode, mayor; John de Berneys; John Wyth; John de Pinchbeck.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge'.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 July 1350
127 Grant to William Horwode, Henry de Tangmere, Simon de Leverington, sherman, Master John Hardy and Simon de Sleaford of one message. The messuage, once William de Refham's, lies between a tenement of the gild of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary one one side and a tenement once Walter de Bury's and a tenement once William Duke's and a tenement once Nicholas Crocheman's on trhe other, and abuts on the king's highway. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; John Wyth; John de Berneye; Simon de Refham; John de Byntre.
Creator: Hugh le Hatter of London.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Apr. 1353
128 Counterpart of lease of Nicholas de Pottare and Margaret his wife, of a tenement called 'Wellestede' for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 16s. The tenement is next to 'le Marketstede' in 'Cultellaria' and abuts on the king's highway and on St Michael's churchyard. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; John Wyth; Simon de Refham; Simon le Sherman; Richard Fouk.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 Oct. 1353
129 Counterpart of lease to John Reynham and Agnes his wife of one tenement for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 10s. The tenement contains a hall, a shop and a solar and lies next to 'le marketstede', viz 'in Cultellaria', between a tenement which Richard Fouk and Alice his wife hold of the said Thomas and a tenement once John de Deneforde's and abuts on the king's highway. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; John Wyth; Simon de Refham; Simon le Sherman; Richard Fouk. Dorse: 'Anno domini 1462 in Tenur' Denis vidue quondam uxoris Johannis Rygewyn'.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 Oct. 1353
130 Counterpart of lease to Ralph de Watton, cutler, Agnes his wife and Richard their son of four shops with solars for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 8s while the parents live and thereafter 10s,. The shops are in 'Comberes lane' between a tenement of the said Thomas and a tenement of the said Ralph and abut on St Mary's churchyard and on Comberes lane. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; John Wyth; Simon de Refham; Henry le Purser; Richard Fouk; Henry atte field; William Paunfloun.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
13 Nov. 1353
131 Counterpart of lease to Richard de Waynflete, bookbinder, of one shop with two solars for life at an annual rent of six shillings. The shop lies between a tenement of the said Thomas and a tenement once Adam de Bungay's and abuts on Thomas's messuage and on the king's highway. Witnesses: Stephen Morice, mayor; Roger de Refham; John Wyth; Simon de Refham; Simon Sherman; Geoffrey de Warwick; William de Derby.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Nov. 1353
132 Counterpart of lease to Edmund Huchet, poulter, and Isolde his wife of three shops in 'Combereslane' between two tenements of the said Thomas for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 7s. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; William de Horwode; Robert Martin; Roger de Refham; Simon le Sherman,.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 June 1355
133 Lease to Simon le Sherman and Alice his wife of two shops without solars in Combereslane between a tenement once Edmund le Poulter's and a tenement of the said Thomas for the life of the longer liver at a rent of 4s. Witnesses: Stephen son of John Morice, mayor; William de Horwode; John Wyth; Roger de Refham; John de Berneye.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 July 1356
134 Counterpart of lease to Richard Fouk, burgess, Alice his wife and John his son of a messuage in 'le Cotelerierowe' abutting on 'le Market place' and a piece of land as courtyard for the life of the longest liver an an annual rent of 8s. Witnesses: Stephen Morice, mayor; John Wyth; William Paunfilour; Ralph de Watton; Henry atte Field.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 July 1356
135 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Bilney, scribe, Agnes his wife and Robert their son of one place with a courtyard for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 3s. The place is between a tenement of Simon Sleaford on one side and a shop held of the said Thomas by Geoffrey Walman and his wife Beatrice and the curtilage of the said Thomas on the other and abuts on a tenement once Robert le Mason's. Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; John Wyth; John de Berneye; Roger de Refham; John de Wesenham.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Dec. 1357
136 Counterpart of lease to Geoffrey Walman of Chesterton and Beatrice his wife of one shop with a solar and courtyard for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 9s. The shop is between the tenements held of the said Thomas by Thomas de Bilney on one side and Richard Waynflete on the other and abuts on the king's higway and a tenement of the said Thomas. Witnesses: Stephen, son of Bartholomew Morice, mayor; Roger de Refham; Simon Sherman; Geoffrey Warwick; William de Derby.
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained; Manuscript.
8 Oct. 1358
137 Grant to Sir John le Noble of Henlow, chaplain, of a messuage in 'le Smeremongger Rowe' between messuages of Master Henry de Thriplow on either side and abutting on land of the said Master Henry to the west and on the Market Place to the east. Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert Seman; Stephen de Panfeld; Hervey Perrin; John de Teversham, bailiffs; Simon de Refham; Henry de Toft,.
Creator: Thomas Leuelyf.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Sep. 1330
138 Grant to Thomas Leuelyf and Margery Anice of Haslingfield his wife of a messuage (as in last). Witnesses: John Pilat, mayor; Robert Seman; Stephen de Panfeld; Hervey Perrin; John de Teversham, bailiffs; Simon de Refham; Henry de Toft.
Creator: John le Noble of Henlow, chaplain.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 Sep. 1330
139 Grant to Margaret, widow of Henry de Brunne, of an annual rent of 40s from a messuage between Glomery Lane and the tenement formerly of John de Trumpington and abutting on the highway and on a tenement formerly of Henry de Beche. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; Henry de Beche; Robert de Cottenham; John de Pocklington; Roger de Islip.
Creator: John le Noble of Henlow, Thomas de Hale, chaplains, John Wyth and John de Panfeld, burgesses.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Aug. 1348
140 Grant to John Gibbon, butcher, of two tenements on the lane leading to the 'Milkmarket'. The tenements lie to the south of the church between a tenement which Roger de Refham holds of St Radegund's on one side, and tenements of Thomas of Cambridge, Simon de Sleaford and John Hardy on the other, and abuts on the lane and on a tenement of the said Thomas held of the gift and enfeoffment of Ralph de Kerdington parson of Barley. Witnesses: Stephen, son of Bartholomew Morice, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; Roger de Harlestone; John de Baldock; John Wyth; John Essex.
Creator: John de Berneye and John de Berlec, drapers.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
11 June 1360
141 Draft of a grant to John Gibbon, butcher, of a curtilage between a tenement of the said John and a tenement of Henry Bungay. Witnesses: Hugh Barlaston, mayor, William Horwode. On dorse: draft of 09/8/140 (1360).
Creator: Thomas of Cambridge.
1 membrane; vellum; Scruffy; Manuscript.
11 Dec. 1358
142 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Stebbing, Custance his wife, and Thomas their son, of two shops with solars for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 8s. The shops lie between a shop once John de Berneye's and a tenement once Thomas of Cambridge's and abut on the highway and a tentement once Thomas of Cambridge's. Witnesses: John Coton; John Morice; Thomas atte Field; Henry atte Field; Ralph Watton.
Creator: John Reyson, Rector of St Benedict's.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 Mar. 1367
143 Quitclaim to John Necton, Master, and the Scholars of CCC of all right to a tenement between a tenement of John Coton and a tenement of John Blancpayn and abutting on the market place and a tenement of the college. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Blancpayn; John Titteshall; Thomas Trivet.
Creator: Edmund Lister.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Aug. 1389
144 Assignment to John Barber, farrier, of lease of one messuage in Petty Cury held of St John's Hospital. The messuage lies between messuages of Alexander Westmorland and of Simon Bentybow and abuts on the king's highway and on a tenement which John Essex holds of CCC.
Creator: John Essex.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Jan. 1403
145 Lease to Simon Bentybow of an annual rent of 12s from a tenement in School Lane for life and for 20 years after death. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; John Henry; Thomas Trivet; William Bush; Thomas Jacob.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 Nov. 1406
146 Quitclaim to Master and Fellows of CCC of one tenement between a tenement lately Henry Thriplow's and a tenement lately Robert Barber's and abutting to the east on the high street and on a tenement lately Philip de Comberton's. Witnesses: William Salle, mayor; John Herris; John Bilney;; Stephen Barber, goldsmith.
Creator: William de Comberton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 Sep. 1409
147 Grant to John Shadworth, citizen of London, John Herris and Robert Teye, clerk, of a messuage. The messuage is next to a tenement (tenements?) later Robert Brigham senior's and Simon Bentybow's on one side and a tenement of CCCC, the convent of St Radegund and a tenement held by Joan atte Field on the other and abuts on the common market called 'le Pultre' and on a tenement of CCCC.
Creator: Walter Sterne of Stapleford.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
19 Apr. 1418
148 Demise to Matilda Shilling, William Dalling, clerk, and Roger Bowbridge, chaplain of a garden on School lane. The garden lies between a tenement lately Margaret Falcon's and a tenement of CCCC (E) and a garden of CCC (W), its south side abutting on School lane and its north side on a tenement of CCCC. Witnesses: Richard Bush, mayor; John Beton; Thomas Hayreman; John Stow and William Aldreth, bailiffs.
Creator: Simon Dalling and Thomas Wells, clerk.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Mar. 1446
149 Demise to William Smith, mercer, Richard Smith his brother, Robert Coker, Godfrey Charles and Richard Hilderstone of a messuage in 'le Cuteller Rowe'. The messuage is next to a messuage of CCCC (E) and a tenement once Richard Berle's and now John Erlych's (W) and abuts on a messuage of CCCC (N) and the king's highway (S). Witnesses: Robert Coope, mayorl; John Hundredthyear [John Seyntwary]; John Erlych; Thomas Dyche and John Say, bailiffs.
Creator: John Herman, chaplain.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
3 Nov, 1468
150 Demise to Simon Green, John Seyntwary, William Briggs and James Curson of a messuage in 'le Coteller Rowe', as in last. Witnesses; John Kensham, mayor; William Ward; John Bedford; William Drake and Simon Abraham, bailiffs.
Creator: Richard Smith, apothecary, Godfrey Charles and Richard Hilderston.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 June 1487
151 Quitclaim to Simon Green and others (as in last) of a messuage in 'le Cotellerrowe (as in last two).
Creator: Alice Smith, widow of William Smith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 July 1487
152 Quitclaim to Thomas Cosyn, master, and Fellows of CCCC, of all actions, real and personal.
Creator: Alice Smith.
Manuscript.
17 Jan. 1488
153 Counterpart of lease of a messuage to Edmund le Flechere, Alice his wife and John their son for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 14s. The messuage lies between a tenement of CCCC and a tenement of John of Wesenham and abuts on the high street. Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; John de Royston; William le Glasswright; Thomas Bolle; John le Turner, bailiffs; Henry de Tangmere; Henry de Middleton.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
11 Feb. 1357
154 Counterpart of lease to Robert Basly of Glapthorn, parchmener, and Margaret his wife, of a messuage for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 10s. The messuage lies between a tenement of CCCC and a tenement once Alexander le Barbour's and abuts on the high street. Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; Henry de Tangmere; William Horwode; William de Derby, William Glasswright.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Mar. 1357
155 Counterpart of lease to Roger de Refham, apothecary, and Joan his wife of a messuage in In Scholars' Lane for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of 6s 8d. The messuage, once Thomas le Portrayer's is leased with the exception of one room under the solar which is a storeroom of the masters and scholars next to the University Schools, and lies between a tenement of Clare Hall and a tenement held by John Hardy and abuts on the highway and on a tenement held by Nicholas le Barber. Witnesses: Stephen Morice, mayor; Henry Tangmere; William Horwode; John Wyt; John Berneye,.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1360
156 Lease to Thomas Goldsmith, burgess, Agnes his wife and Agnes their daughter of one messuage for the life of the longest liver at a rent of 6s 8d,. The messuage lies between a tenement of Richard Fouke and a tenement of CCC and abuts on the king's highway and on a garden pertaining to the chantry chapel of the Blessed Mary in St Mary's church.,. Witnesses: Richard Fouke, mayor; William de Horwode; Robert de Steyne; Richard de Arderne; John Wimbish.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1368
157 Counterpart of 09/8/156. The messuage lies between a tenement of Richard Fouke and a tenement of CCC and abuts on the king's highway and on a garden pertaining to the chantry chapel of the Blessed Mary in St Mary's church.,. Witnesses: Richard Fouke, mayor; William de Horwode; Robert de Steyne; Richard de Ardern; John Wymbisshe.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1368
158 Counterpart of lease to Walter Hart, Beatrice his wife and Cecily their daughter of a part of a plot for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent oof 16s. The plot lies between the plots of William Brockdish and Alice widow of Geoffrey Pauw on one side and a plot of the said William on the other side.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Aug. 1375
159 Lease to John Coton, burgess, Margaret his wife and Walter their son of a walled garden for one year beyond the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 6s 8d. The garden is walled to the east and south and lies between the garden of the said John (W) and the garden of Alice Essex (E) and abuts (S) on a tenement of the college held by Walter Coke, and is 105 feet long and 36 feet wide. Witnesses: John Morice, Stephen Morice, Edmund Lutester, Richard Fowk.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 Dec. 1376
160 Counterpart of lease to Robert Howell of Balsham of a tenement next 'le Maltmarket' at an annual rent of 2s for 20 years. The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Caldecote and the brewhouse of Alice de Lynn and abuts on the king's highway and on a tenement of the college. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; Richard Fouke; John Herris.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 Mar. 1389
161 Lease to Nicholas le Potter, Margaret his wife and Margaret his daughter, of a tenement called 'Wellestede' next 'le Marketstede' for 2 years beyond the death of the longest liver at a rent of 16s during the lives of the first two and 30s thereafter. The tenement is in the 'Cotellaria' between a tenement held by Richard and Alice Fouke from the college on the one side and a tenement of John Blancpayn and a tenement of Richard Berle on the other and abuts on the king's highway and on St Mary's churchyard. Witnesses: Richard Masternan, mayor; John Coton; Richard Fouke; John Blancpayn; John Herris. Dorse: 'lylypot'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 or 19 Nov. 1390
162 Counterpart of 9.k.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 or 19 Nov. 1390
163 Counterpart of lease to Richard Ashwell and Beatrice his wife and their child of a hard standing ('fundum') on the 'Maltmarket' for the life of the longest liver at a rent of 6d. It lies between tenements of the said Richard on either side and abuts on the hard standing of Manial de Denny and is 20 and a half feet square. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; Ricahrd Fouke; John Thriplow.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
16 July 1390
164 Counterpart of lease to Richard Lightfoot, Joan his wife and one little one ('uno paruo eorundem') of a tenement for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 8s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Robert Sterne and John Castre on one side and a tenement of the college on the other and abuts at one head on a tenement of Robert Constable, barber, and of the said John Castre, and on the king's highway at the other. Witnesses: John Blancpayn, mayor; Richard Fouke; John Ctton; John Herris; Henry Perchman.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
9 Sep. 1391
165 Counterpart of lease to Robert Milburn, goldsmith, Joan his wife and one little one of a tenement for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement of John Herris, once Richard Fouke's, and a tenement which Cristiana Bookbinder holds of the college and abuts at one head on the tenment held by Cristiana and on the high street at the other. Witnesses: John Maishall, mayor; John Herris; John Coton; John Blancpayn; John Ratford.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 Aug. 1392
166 Counterpart of lease to Robert Milburn, Joan his wife and one child of a tenement (as in last) for the life of the longest liver at a rent of 20s during the parents' lives and 23s 4d thereafter. Witnesses: John Marshall, mayor; John Coton; Richard Fouke; John Herris; John Hadleigh.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Feb. 1393
167 Counterpart of lease to Cristiana Bookbinder of a tenement for life at an annual rent of 6s 8d. The tenement lies between the tenement leased from the college by Robert Milburn and a tenement of John Heriys on one side, and St Mary's Hostel on the other, and abuts on the chantry ? ('servicium') of St Mary and on the high street. Witnesses: John Blancpayn; John Herris; John Thriplow; John Hadleigh; John Barber.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Nibbled along one fold; Manuscript.
24 June 1393
168 Counterpart of lease of John Ratford, bladesmith, Alice his wife and one child of a tenement in Schools Lane for the life of the longest liver at a rent of 30s. The tenement is between Schools Lane and a tenement of St John's [Hospital] and abuts on a tenement once Agnes Taverner's and on the high street. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; John Blancpayn; John Herris; Henry Partheman; Richard Limner.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
19 Apr. 1394
169 Counterpart of lease to Richard Andrew of 4 shops with solars in Combers Lane for 40 years at a rent of 10s. The shops lie between a tenement of the college and a tenement once Ralph Watton's and abut on Combers Lane and St Mary's churchyard,. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Bilney; Thomas Trivet; William Bush; Thomas Jacob.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Oct. 1406
170 Counterpart of lease to John More and Agnes his wife of one tenement for 60 years at a rent of 10s. The tenement lies between a tenement of the college and a tenement of Thomas Ratford and abuts on the high street. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Jacob; John Abraham.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 July 1408
171 Lease to John Barber, farrier, Alice his wife, and one child of a garden for six years beyond the life of the longest liver at a rent of 5s. The garden lies between a garden once John Coton's and a tenement of John Burgoyne, and abuts on the garden once John Coton's and on the tenement leased to John Barber by the college. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herisy; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Jacob; John Abraham.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Sep. 1409
172 Counterpart of lease to John Essex, sadler, of a tenement next 'le Maltmarket' for 60 years at a rent of 2s. The tenement lies between two tenements of the said John and abuts on a foundation ('fundum') of Denny Abbey and on 'le maltmarket' and is thirty-three feet long at the north and twenty-two feet wide. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; Simon Bentybowe, Roger Faucon. Dorse: dJohannis Essex sed non ad le peticurye sed in le shraggery vel malt market' and 'Iam h. Ryngsted tenet per Indentura Johannis Veysy per redditum iijs 4d. 1551'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
3 May 1417
173 Counterpart of lease to Alexander Brown, tailor, of a tenement for 10 years at a rent of 10s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Dekyn (S) and the king's high way (N) and abuts (E) on the king's highway opposite the corn market and on a tenement of the chantry of St Mary's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 July 1464
174 Lease to John Cook, skinner of a tenement next 'le lyllypotte' where the said John now lives and a tenement leased by the college to Richard Savage for 80 years at a rent of 22s. The tenement abuts (S) on the king's highway to the corn market and (N) on the tenements occupied by the said John and by Richard Savage. No witnesses.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Aug. 1465
175 Counterpart of 9.x.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Aug. 1465
176 Counterpart of lease to Alan de Oxburgh, Helen his wife and Geoffrey, Alan's son, of a shop with a solar next Combers Lane for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 6s. The shop is between a tenement of Hugh Skalle and Combers Lane and abuts on a tenement of Thomas of Cambridge and on the king's highway. Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; John de Royston; William le Glasswright; Thomas Bolle; John le Turner, bailiffs; William de Horwode; Henry de Middleton.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
11 Feb. 1357
177 Counterpart of lease to John le Taverner and Agnes his wife of a messuage next to Schools Lane for the life of the longer liver at an rent of 23s 4d. The messuage lies between a tenement of John Sedgeville; and Schools Lane and abuts on a tenement of Geoffrey de Warwick and on the high street. Witnesses: Stephen Morice, junior, mayor; William Horwode; William Glasswright; Henry le Clerk; Richard de Arderne.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
4 Nov. 1361
178 Counterpart of lease to Matilda, widow of William Panfloun of a shop with a solar in Cutlers Row for life at an annual rent of 13s 4d. The shop lies between a tenement of Thomas Attefield and a tenement of the house of St John the Evangelist and abuts on the king's highway and on a tenement once Thomas of Cambridge's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Apr. 1383
179 Counterpart of lease to Simon Holbeach and Joan his wife of a messuage with a brewhouse and two shops abutting on Combers Lane for 40 years at an annual rent of 2 marks (£1 6s 8d). The property lies between a tenenment of John Coton (N) and a tenement of John Blancpayn (S); the eastern head of the messuage abuts on on the market and the western head on brewhouse which is next to the shops which abut on Combers Lane between a shop held by the said Simon of Isola widow of John Gibbon junior (S) and the entrance to the house lately occupied by William Panfloun (N). Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; Edmund Lister; John Blancpayn; John Titteshall; John Coton.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1383
180 Counterpart of lease to John Refham of a toft on a corner in Poultry Row between a tenement of the said John and Cutlers Row for life at an annual rent of 16d. Witnesses: Robert Brigham, mayor; Edward Lister, John Blancpayn, John Titteshall, John Coton.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 June 1388
181 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Chandler, Isabel his wife and one son of a tenement for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement of John Blancpayn and a tenement leased by the college to Henry atte Field and abuts on a tenement leased by the college to Michael Potter and on the market place. Witnesses: John Marchal, mayor; John Cotton; Richard Fouke; John Blaunkpayn; John Herry.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Mar. 1392
182 Leaseto John Thriplow, burgess, and Joan his wife of two tenements for 45 years beyond the death of the longer liver at a rent of 36s'. The first tenement lies between St Mary's churchyard and Combers Lane and abuts on another college tenement at one head and on a tenement of St John's Hospital and a tenement of the said John at the other. The second liest between a tenement of the college and a tenement of the said house of John Thriplow and John Essex <sic> and abuts on a tenement of Alexander Taverner and on Combers Lane. Dimensions of both given. Witnesses: John Marshall, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; John Herris; John Titteshall.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 June 1393
183 Counterpart of lease to William Featherstone and Isabel his wife of a tenement in Pettu Cury for 60 years at a rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement of John Herris and a tenement of Walter Cotton and abuts on a tenement of the said John Herry and on Petty Cury. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet; William Bush; Thomas Jacob.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Nov. 1406
184 Counterpart of lease to Simon Bentybow of a tenement in Cutlers Row and a shop in Potters Lane for 60 years at an annual rent of 13s 4d. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; John Essex; William Bush; Thomas Beverley; John Alderhythe.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
13 Jan. 1407
185 Counterpart of lease to Richard Bristow of two tenements for 60 years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenements lie between a tenement once Robert Sterne and John Castre's and a college tenement and abut at one head on a tenement once the property of the said John Castre, Robert Constable and the college and on the king's highway. . Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet; William Bush; Thomas Jacob.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1407
186 Counterpart of lease to Peter Mayit and Cristiana his wife of three shops with solars with a garden adjacent for 35 years at an annual rent of 20s. The property is between tenements of Thomas Ratford and of the college and abuts on the king's highway and on land of the college. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
22 July 1408
187 Counterpart of lease to John Barber, farrier, Alice his wife and their one child of a garden for 6 years beyond the death of the longest liver at an annual rent of 5s. The garden lies between a garden once John Coton's and a tenement of John Burgoyne and abuts on a garden once the said John Coton's and on a college tenement held by the said John Barber. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Jacob; John Abraham,. Annotated in 16C-hand: 'quere an sit orig. w. spiring / fo. 69 reg:/ forte non'. See rather fo. 22.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; ?Silverfish damage in small area in centre.; Manuscript.
1 Sep. 1409
188 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Brampton, chaplain, of a tenement in Cutlers Row next the market called 'le Pultrye' for 30 years at an annual rent of 10s. Witnesses: John Gainsforde, mayor; John Herris; Simon Bentybow; William Prisere; Richard Andrew, spicer.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Jan. 1412
189 Counterpart of lease to John Bedale, cutler, and Clarice his wife of a tenement abutting on Combers Lane for 60 years at an annual rent of 9s. The tenement lies between a tenement once leased by the college to John Thriplow and a tenement leased by the college to John Bilney and abuts at the other head on another college tenement,. Witnesses: John Bilney, mayor; Simon Bentybow; Thomas Tryiet.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
31 Mar. 1415
190 Counterpart of lease to Richard Brockton and Margaret his wife of a tenement for 30 years at an annual rent of 5s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Richard Bush, once of Robert Constable (N) and a tenement of Simon Bentybow, once of Henry Bungay (S) and abuts (E) on a tenement once Richard Hinton's and on a tenement held on a college lease. Witnesses: John Greenlane, mayor; Richard Sexton, junior; Robert Attlebridge; Roger Kychche; John Lister, junior, bailiffs. Marginal notes in a later hand state that what is called a tenement in this document is called a garden in another indenture [see next], and that the indenture appears to have been returned before the term of the lease was completed. Note on dorse that the abutment was made against the Master of Jesus who disputed Corpus's ownership of a tenement between tenements of Osborne (S) and of Corpus (N) with its east head abutting on the high street. Further note on dorse: Iam pacificatur per Landum 1552.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 July 1427
191 Counterpart of lease to Roger Falcon and Margaret his wife of a garden with same neighbours as last for 50 years at an annual rent of 5s. Witnesses: William Wedgewood, mayor; Richard Bush; Robert Gervase; Roger Kychch; William Mast, bailiffs. Later note on dorse to check whether this garden is the same as that held by Thomas Wolf as it abuts on a college tenement to the west.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Sep. 1430
192 Counterpart of lease to Oliver Hangrave, barber, of two tenements in the market place, next Combers Lane, for 20 years at an annual rent of 20s. One tenement lies next to a tenement of Richard Andrew, spicer, once William Featherstone's, and a college tenement inhabited by Richard Chapman abutting on one head on Combers Lane and on the other on the market place, and the other tenement lies between a tenement held by the said Oliver and a tenement of Roger Falcon and abuts on a tenement of Richard Bush and on a tenement of the college held by Agnes Bust. Witnesses: Thomas Jacob, mayor; John Godfrey, skinner; Simon Rankyn; Thomas Sturmyn; John Semer, bailiffs. Endorsed: Anno domini 1462 in tenura Johannis Mason & Hawwysue uxoris sue'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1430
193 Counterpart of lease to William Waleys, burgess, of a tenement on the west side of the High Street for 20 years at a rent on 20s. The tenement is between a college tenement in the tenure of Richard Crediton (N) and a tenement inhabited by Thomas Green, and backs onto the foundation of William Dallyng.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 June 1463
194 Counterpart of lease to John Jakenet, burgess, of a vacant foundation and one new-built part in Well Lane for 10 years at a rent of 6s,. The property lies partly between a new tenement in the tenure of Thomas Reggewyn and partly between a tenement of Agnes Gode (E) and between Well Lane (W) and the adjacent house abuts on a tenement of the house of St John the Evangelist (N), the south head abutting on a tenement of the said college.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Aug. 1465
195 Counterpart of lease to Richard Swire, cheeseman, of a tenement for 12 years at an annual rent of 18s. The tenement lies between a college tenement in the tenure of Agnes Lincoln (S) and another college tenement now inhabited by Alice Calton, widow (N) and the west head abuts on the king's highway and the east head partly on college land and partly on a tenement lately John Bush's, now John Barber's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained at top right with a small amount of material torn away.; Manuscript.
25 Dec. 1465
196 Counterpart of lease to John Barber, Alice his wife and one child of a tenement in Petty Cury for 6 years beyond the death of the longest liver at an annual rent of 6s 8d. The tenement lies between the tenement of Simon Bentybow and a tenement of Richard Ashwell on one side and a tenement once Alexander Taverner's on the other and backs onto a tenement leased by the college to John Essex. Witnesses: Robert de Brigham, mayor; John Herris; John Blancpayn; Johnh Titteshall; Robert Beylham; Simon Bentybow.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 June 1398
197 Counterpart of lease to William Bush, Marion his wife and one son or daughter of two shops for 20 years beyond the death of the longest liver at an annual rent of 24s. One shop has a solar and a little hall once John de Denford's, and the other shop has a solar and a kitchen once Thomas of Cambridge's; both are in Cutlers Row and abut on the king's high way. Witnesses: Thomas Trivet; John Blancpayn; Robert Brigham.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Nov. 1399
198 Counterpart of lease to Roger Falcon and Margaret his wife of a tenement in the market place for 60 years at an annual rent of 13s 4d. The tenement is between a tenement of the said Roger (S) and a tenement of Thomas Good (N) and abuts(E) partly on the market place and partly on a tenement of the said Thomas Good and (W) on a tenement of the college. Witnesses: Robert Brigham, mayor; Thomas Houmale; John Godfrey, skinner; John Plumpton; William of Lynn, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Dec. 1435
199 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Smith, cutler, and Margaret his wife of a tenement called 'Wellested' in the Cutlery with goods and chattels (specified on schedule) for 10 years at an annual rent of 5 marks [£3 6s 8d]. The tenement [perhaps an inn] has a portico and lies between a tenement leased by the college to John Godfrey, skinner and a tenement of John Bilney (E) and a tenement of William Herdyngburgh and St Michael's churchyard (W) and the S. head abuts on the king's highway and the north head on a tenement of the said John Bilney, and comes with three ovens and a mass of domestic, mostly brewing, equipment, listed in attached schedule. Endorsed: Anno domini 1462 nuper Thome Smyth modo Johannis Cok.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
24 June 1436
200 Counterpart of lease to Robert Parr and Margaret his wife of a tenement in the market place for 50 years at an annual rent of 22s. The tenement lies between a hostel pertaining to the college, called Saint Mary Hostel (N) and a college tenement leased to John Nayler, sherman, and a tenement of John Hayward (S) and the east head abuts on the king's highway and the west head on the said hostel.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Aug. 1436
201 Counterpart of lease to Robert Parr for 60 years at a rent of 30s. The tenement lies between a college tenement (W) and a tenement of William Syday (E) and abuts (S) on the market place. Annotated at top in a later hand, 'forte domus iuxta belingham' and, on dorse, 'Anno domini 1562 in ternuriam Johannis Savage'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained; Manuscript.
27 Mar. 1440
202 Counterpart of lease to John Dix, clerk, of a foundation, partly built on, for 99 years at an annual rent of 4d. The tenement lies between a college tenement now separately inhabited by Richard Squire and Alice Dalton (W) and a tenement partly in the tenure of the said John Dix and partly in the tenure of John Hemnale once Richard Bush (E) (dimensions given).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Oct. 1466
203 Counterpart of lease to Richard Smith, apothecary, of a garden next to Schools Lane for 60 years at an annual rent of 6s. The garden lies between Schools Lane (S) and another college garden (N) and abuts on a garden belonging to the alms house of Margaret Falcon (E) and a garden now Richard Smith's and lately Clare Hall's and on Schools Lane (W).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 June 1470
204 Counterpart of lease to Alexander Brown, tailor, of a tenement on the north corner of Market Hill for 41 years at an annual rent of 10s. The tenement lies between a tenement now held by Robert Coker, lately by Thomas Regewyn (S) and Cutlers Row (N) and between a tenement of the chantry in St Mary's (W) and the said north corner of the market (E).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
18 Jan. 1471
205 Lease to John Warren and Margaret his wife of a tenement in Petty Cury for 30 years at a rent of 14s. The tenement is next to the tenement of Thomas Huntingdon (N) and to Petty Cury (S) and abuts (W) on Thomas Huntingdon's tenement and (E) on a foundation of the college. Witnesses: John Crofte, mayor; Thomas Hunning; Thomas Ewen; John Ward and Thomas Roger, bailiffs. Note at top in later hand: 'forte doumus empte a h. veysy'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Jan. 1473
206 Counterpart of 11.k.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Jan. 1473
207 Counterpart of lease to Master Richard Lincoln of a tenement in St Mary's parish and an acre of arable land in 'Newnham Crofts, for 99 years at a rent of 2s in all. The tenement is next to a college tenement (N) and a tenement of William Barford (S) and abuts on the high street (W) and on a foundation of the college (E); and the acre lies between the land of Master Morice (N) and land of the house of St John the Evangelist (S) and abuts on the barnyard of the said Richard (E) and on land of the said Richard (W). Witnesses: John Coke, mayor; Thomas Hunnyig; Robert Hungerford; Nicholas Hilton and Geoffrey Fisher, bailiffs. Note on dorse concerning dispute with Jesus College over ownership of this property and other records supporting the college's case. 'sed iam pacificatur per Landun'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 Jan. 1474
208 Lease (cancelled) to John Coke, mayor, of a tenement called Welsteet, alias Lillypotte with tools, etc., as schedule, for 10 years at a rent of 5 marks {£3 6s 8d]. The property lies between the tenements of William Smith, mercer, and John Erlych and the churchyard of St Michael's (W) and a college tenement leased to the said John and a tenement of William Syday (E) and the south head abuts on Cutlers Row and the north head on a tenement of John Chapman. Schedule of ovens, vats, etc., attached (shorter than that in 09/8/199).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Feb. 1474
209 Counterpart to 11.n.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Feb. 1474
210 Counterpart of lease to Margaret Coker, widow, and Thomas Rygewyn, her son, of a tenement with a garden in Cutlers Row for 60 years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement of the said Margaret (E) and a tenement of the house of St John and the said garden (W) and the south head abuts on a tenement of William Godfrey, chandler, and the north head on Cutlers Row (dimensions given); the garden lies between the said tenement and a tenement of William Godfrey (E) and Well Lane (W) and the south head abuts on a garden of the college's leased to Trinity Hall and the north head on a tenement of the said house of St John. Witnesses: John Coke, mayor; Thomas Hunning; Robert Hungerford; Nicholas Hilton; Geoffrey Fisher, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 May 1474
211 Counterpart of lease to John Esswell, burgess, of a newly built tenement with several other shops in the market place for 99 years at an annual rent of 30s. The property lies between St Mary's churchyard (W) and Well Lane (E) and abuts (S) on a tenement of the master of the house of St John lately Thomas Jakenet's; the other tenement abuts on a tenement of William Barforth (N) (dimensions given). Witnesses: Robert Damay, mayor; John Reyson; the said John Esswell; Thomas Roger and John Warren, bailiffs. Dorse: 'Johannis Asshewell' and, later 'modo in tenuria magistri hasell'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1474
212 (Counterpart of) lease to Thomas Regewyn, draper, of a tenement inhabited by Alexander Brown for 99 years at a rent of 10s. The tenement is in the north corner of the market, between a tenement lately Thomas Regewyn senior's (S) and Cutlers Row (N) and between a tenement of the chantry of St Mary's (W) and the corner of the market (E).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Feb. 1476
213 Counterpart of lease of Alexander Wood of Fulbourn of a garden for 60 years at a rent of 5s. The garden is next to a tenement of William Barforth (S) and abuts on a tenement of the college (E). Witnesses: Robert Cope, mayor; William Ward; William Barforth; John Ward; William Waleys, bailiffs. Marginal note that this is the tenement for which Jesus College pays 12d by the indenture of Master Lincoln. Notes on dorse: "Alexandr' Wode' (later) nunc Mr William Nelson"; "a garden in the tenure of mr wulf bocher out of lease".
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Severely damaged at top right: stained and corner torn off.; Manuscript.
11 June 1476
214 (Counterpart of) lease to John Hastings, bookbinder, of a tenement for 12 years at a rent of 10s. The tenement is between a tenement lately Mr Dak's (N) and a tenement of the college (S) and abuts on the high street (W) and on a vacant foundation of the college (E). Witnesses: John Wighton, mayor; Richard Roper; William Godfrey; John Reson; Thomas Middleton, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1478
215 Counterpart of lease to John Manfeld, wax chandler, and Cecily his wife of a tenement of 40 years at an annual rent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement leased by the college to John Cooke, skinner (W), a tenement of Queens' College (collegius Sanctorum Margarete et Bernardi) lately William Syday's (E) and abuts on the king's highway leading to the corn market and on tenements of Corpus and Queens'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 Dec. 1479
216 Counterpart of lease to John Wright of a tenement in Schools Lane for 40 years at a rent of 22s. The tenement lies between college tenements on either side and the east head abuts on the high street and the west head on Schools Lane. Witnesses: John Erlych, mayor; William Ward; William Smith; William Waleys and Thomas Middleton, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Jan. 1480
217 Counterpart of lease to William Waleys and Margaret his wife of a tenement for 20 years at a rent of 20s. The tenement is between a tenement once Margaret Falcon's, now in the tenure of John Ray (S) and a college tenement leased to John Caraway (N), the east head abuts on the high street and the west head on a foundation lately William Dalling's now John Ray's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Nov. 1481
218 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Bartilmow, tailor, of a tenement for 40 years at a rent of 12d. The tenement is between tenements of the college to the north and south and the west head abuts on the king's highway and the east head on foundations of the college and of the chantry of St Mary's. Witnesses: Nicholas Hilton, mayor; John Dale; William Newton; Thomas Gibson and John Rawlin, bailiffs. Notes on dorse referring to Trinity Hall.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Mar. 1485
219 Counterpart of lease to John Capel, sadler, and Agatha his wife of a messuage for the life of the longer liver at a rent of 12s per annum. The messuage lies between a tenement of Thomas de Barnwell and a tenement once Philip Cayly's and abuts on the king's highway. Witnesses: Roger de Harleston, mayor; John de Royston; William le Glasswright; Thomas Bolle; John le Turner, bailiffs; William de Horwode; Henry de Middleton. Note on dorse surmises that this property was one next to the Maltmarket and lately in the tenure of John Wryghth, mylmaker.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Sep. 1357
220 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Caldecote, Agnes his wife and one son of two vacant plots for one year beyond the life of the longest liver at a rent of 20s per annum. The plots lie between a plot of John Coton, lately the property of John Taverner, and a vacant plot leased to John Thriplow by the college on the one side and a vacant plot once John Essex's on the other (dimensions given). Witnesses: John Gibbon, senior; Henry Bayser; Thomas Trivet. Property described on dorse as a garden.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Feb. 1378
221 Counterpart of agreement with John Coton, Richard Fouke, John Thriplow, Robert Beilham, John Refham and Digne, vicar of St Edward's, concerning trespasses and disputes of rent due by them to the college. A passage comprising about one third of the whole is cancelled. Witnesses: Henry Green; Robert Brigham, mayor; and William de Snettisham.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 June 1388
222 Draft agreement related to the last, incomplete.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1388
223 Quitclaim to the college of all right to a tenement. The tenement lies between another tenement of John Coton's and a tenement of John Blancpayn and abuts at one head on the market place and on the other on a tenement of the college. Witnesses: Richard Masterman; mayor; John Blancpayn; John Titteshall; Thomas Trivet; Thomas Caldecote.
Creator: John Coton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Aug. 1389
224 Counterpart of lease to John Coton of a tenement for forty years at an annual rent of one rose. The tenement lies between another tenement of the said John and a tenement of John Winslow and abuts on the market place and on a tenement of the said John Coton. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; Jhn Blancpayn; John Thriplow; Thomas Tryiet; Thomas Caldecote. Note on dorse suggests that the tenement was known as Juliana Friday's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC aster and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Aug. 1389
225 Quitclaim to the college of all right to a hospice called 'Saint Mary Hostel. The hostel lies between a tenement of the Prior of Anglesey and a college tenement and abuts on the high street and on Schools Lane.
Creator: Margaret, widow of John Cotton, and Thomas Cotton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
?10 Aug. 1404
226 Counterpart of lease to Robert Hildeston and Alice his wife of a tenement for sixty years at an annual rent of 15s,. The tenement lies between a tenement once held by John Wesenham and a tenement held by Henry Northern and abuts on a garden of Thomas Ratford, bladesmith, and on the high street. Witnesses: John Herris, mayor; Henry Northerne; Robert Falcon.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Jan. 1405
227 Counterpart of lease to William Spencer and Joan his wife of a tenement in 'le Maltmarket' for sixty years at a rent of 2s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Caldecote and the brewhouse of Richard Ashwell and abuts on a tenement of the college's and on the ch; Thomas Jacob; Robert Bradway. Note on dorse confirms rent and indicates that the tenant in 1466 was John Ansty, and the rent was payable by Thomas Burgoyn.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 July 1408
228 Counterpart of lease to Joan Bonor, widow of Henry Bonor, 'wexiawudeler' [sic] of a tenement for forty years at an annual rent of 16s 8d. The tenement lies between a tenement of St John's Hospital (W) and land of St Radegund's (E) and abuts (N) on Cutlers Row and (S) on a tenement of John Gode and John Bwnne. Witnesses: John Bwnne, mayor; John Croft, bailiff; William Syday, Bachelor of Medicine; John Neel, apothecary ? ('potec').
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained; Manuscript.
29 Sep. 1454
229 (Counterpart of) lease to John Cook, skinner, of a tenement called 'Welsteed', alias, 'Lyllypot', with tools as scheduled, for ten years at a rent of 5 marks (£3 6s 4d). Cancelled by slashing. Note on dorse that Cook quitclaimed his tenure on 24 June 1463.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Jan. 1455
230 Counterpart of lease to John Dagar, sissor and burgess, of a tenement for ten years at an annual rent of 12s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Thomas Dekyn (S) and the king's highway (N) and abuts (E) on the king's highway opposite the corn market and (W) on a tenement of the chantry of the BVM in St Mary's church.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1462
231 Counterpart of lease to John Jakenet for ten years at an annual rent of 23s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement of St John's Hospital and a tenement of Thomas Jakenet (S) and another college tenement leased to Richard Andrew, and abuts (E) on Well Lane and (W) on St Mary's churchyard.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1462
232 Counterpart of lease to Richard Savage and Agnes his wife of a tenement for twelve years at an annual rent of 30s. The tenement lies between a tenement of William Syday (E) and another college tenement currently occupied by John Curtis (W) and abuts (S) on the king's highway opposite the corn market and (N) partly on a tenement of the said college and partly on a tenement of William Syday.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. ar. 1463
233 Counterpart of lease to John Anstye, esquire, of a tenement in 'le Maltmarket' for sixty years at an annual rent of 2s. The tenement lies between tenements lately John Essex's on either side and abuts on a foundation of the convent of Denny and on the malt market. Witnesses: Robert Coope, mayor; Thomas Walter; John Erlich; John Rasour; John Croft.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained.; Manuscript.
1 Apr. 1464
234 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Regewyn, draper and burgess, of a tenement for twenty years at an annual rent of 14s. The tenement lies between a tenement of the Prioress and Convent of St Radegund's (E) and a tenement of St John's hospital (W) and abuts (N) on the king's highway and (S) on a tenement of Agnes Good.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Aug. 1464
235 Counterpart of lease of Richard Middleton, tailor and burgess, of a tenement for twenty years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a college tenement occupied by Richard Cherman (N) and another such occupied by William Waleys (S) and abuts (E) on the king's highway and (W) on a college garden held by Robert Coker.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Mar. 1465
236 Counterpart of lease to Robert Coker of a tenement for forty years at an annual rent of 5s. The tenement lies between a tenement of St Radegund's (E) and a tenement of St John's hospital (W) and abuts (N) on the king's highway and (S) on a tenement of Agnes Good.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Aug. 1467
237 (Counterpart of) lease to John Ashwell of a tenement next St Mary's churchyard for 24 years at an annual rent of 23s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement of St John's hospital and a tenement of Thomas Jakenet (S) and a college tenement leased to John Fletcher (N) and abuts (E) on Well Lane and (W) on St Mary's churchyard.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
18 May 1469
238 (Counterpart of) lease to Thomas Tolly, tailor, of a tenement for 21 years at an annual rent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement once Margaret Falcon's, now in the tenure of Richard Collinson (S) and a tenement of the college leased to Peter Sheres, stationer, (N) and abuts (E) on 'le highe strete' and (W) on a foundation lately William Dalling's, now John Raye's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Aug. 1557
239 Surrender to Master and Scholars of CCCC of all estate in a messuage between a college tenement leased to John Ramsey, barber, and a tenement leased by John Wesenham to Thomas Flour and abutting on the high street. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; Richard Fouke; John Herris. Later note on dorse states that the tenement is now held by Roger Cliff.
Creator: John Wesenham.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 Sep. 1390
240 Counterpart of lease to John Wesenham, bedel, Alice his wife and Joan their duaghter of a messuage as in last (239) for the life of the longest liver at an annual rent of 4d or two pairs of gloves during the parents' lives and 20s thereafter. Witnesses: Richard Masterman, mayor; John Coton; John Blancpayn; Richard Fouke; John Herris.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
9 Sep. 1390
241 Grant to Walter de Oxon', servant of the university, of a piece of ground with a house on it stretching from St Mary's churchyard to Smith Row and lying between land of William le Comber and land of Robert Whitesmith. Witnesses: John Martin, mayor; William Eliot; Ernisius Mercator; Osbert Ferrur; Henry Nadun; Roger de Ely; Richard Bateman and Robert de Madingley.
Creator: William Noloth, son of Roger Noloth, and Margaret his wife.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1270–1271
242 Quitclaim to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of all right to a tenement as in last (09/8/241). Witnesses: Master Thomas de Hida; Henry Nadun; Ernisius Mercator; Thomas, servant of the University; Roger de Ely; Richard Bateman; Robert Whitesmith; Richard de Malvern.
Creator: Walter de Oxon'.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1272-c. 1273
243 Counterpart of lease to Margaret Coker, widow, and Thomas Regewyn her son of a tenement with a garden, as in 09/8/210, for 60 years at a rent of 20s. Witnesses: John Coke, mayor; Thomas Hunning; Robert Hungerford; Nicholas Hilton; Geoffrey Fisher, bailiffs. Later note (? c. 1500) on dorse states that the property is now hel;d by W. Pickerell, bedell;, at a rent of 2s 8d.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 May 1474
244 Counterpart of lease to Andrew Hakon, smith, of a tenement for 60 years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement of Alan Semper, bedel, and a hospice called 'The lyon' later John Ward's (E) and tenements of Godfrey Charles (lately Thomas Bentybow's), Denny Abbey, the Sacrist of Ely Priory, and William and Clementia Cotton (W) and abuts (N) on Pettu Cury and (S) on the garden of Clementia Cotton (dimensions given). Dorse: 'ly vnycorne in pety curye'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Aug. 1483
245 Counterpart of lease to John Wright, shearman, of a tenement for 20 years at a rent of 10s 6d,. The tenement lies between tenements of the college N. and S and abuts (E) on the king's highway and (W) on a foundation of the college (dimensions given). Witnesses: Nicholas Hilton, mayor; John Dale; William Newton; Thomas Gibson and John Rawlin, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Feb. 1484
246 Lease to John Blacksalt, shearman, and Agnes his wife, of a tenement with a garden and a stable for 50 years at a rent of 22s. The tenement is between college tenements inhabited by Robert Coope (N) and John Caraway (S) and abuts on the king's highway to the E. and on a garden of the college (W).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Nov. 1490
247 Counterpart.of 8.d.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Nov. 1490
248 Counterpart of lease to William Elton, vestment maker, of a tenement as in 09/8/245 for 40 years at a rent of 10s 6d. Witnesses: Robert Morehouse, mayor; Thomas Crimme; William Goldsmith; Hugh Chapman and William Heydon, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 May 1500
249 Quitclaim to John Pig, tailor, and Thomas Pig of all right to a tenement hitherto held jointly with William Britling, Hugh Plowright and Richard Outlaw. Perhaps never executed. Witnesses: John Goodrich, mayor; John Herris; Thomas Trivet; Simon Bentybow, John Rose, barber.
Creator: William Wyerthorp.
1 membrane; vellum; Apparently once used as a wrapper.; Manuscript.
2 July 1404
250 Agreement with Richard Billingford, Master of CCCC, in a dispute concerning an annual rent of 12s from three shops opposite the west end of St Mary's church,. The shops lie between a tenement of Thomas Rathford (S) and a college tenement leased to Richard Bowyer (N). Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; John Bilney; Simon Bentybow; Roger Falcon, clerk. Notes on dorse: 'Redditus solut' cantarie beate marie iijs vjd viz pro xijs quiet clamatus <?> ut infra.'. 'Sed iam cum aliis perquisitiis de doctore Wendy pro tenementon nuper nostro vocatur Lili pott.
Creator: Thomas Brampton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
14 Sep. 1409
251 Agreement for an annual rent of 12s proceeding from three shops, as in last, recently the subject of dispute. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; John Bilney; Simon Bentybow; Roger Falcon, clerk. Dorse: S: by d. Wendy for the rentes remytted pro paschal yard.
Creator: Thomas Brampton and Master of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
14 Sep. 1409
252 Lease to CCCC of a garden for thirty years at a rent of 3s. The garden lies between a tenement of Thomas Rathford (S) and St Mary's Hostel (N) and abuts (E) on a college tenement once John Comberton's and (W) on Schools Lane. Witnesses: John Gainsford, mayor; John Herris; Simon Bentybow; William Purser; Richard Andrew, spicer.
Creator: Thomas Brampton.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Mar. 1412
253 Counterpart of lease of one tenement (neighbours specified) to Master William Dallyig, Warden of Trinity Hall, for 99 years at an annual rent of 13s 4d.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
14 June 1473
254 Lease to William le Comber and Matilda his wife of a plot of land between land of Master Thomas Eliot and land once of Roger de Fulbourn for the term of their several lives. Consideration: annual payments to Nicholas Morice (half a mark) at Hockday and Michaelmas; to the Prioress and Convent of St Radegund (a jar of oil at Christman) and to the said Robert (a peppercorn). Witnesses: Bartholomew Gogging, mayor; Johnj Purchas; Robert Wimund; John de Aylsham; Gerard de stagno, bailiffs; Reginald de Comberton, Thomas de Arrington; John Waterlewer.
Creator: Robert Witesmith.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 1275
255 Grant to John de Cantebr' of an annual rent of 12d from a messuage lying between messuages of Gilbert Sis and Adam de Thaxted. 6d at the Assumption and 6d at Christmas. Witnesses: John Goldring, mayor; William de Comberton; Roger le Hastere; John Wombe, bailiffs; Alan de Wells; Guy le Spicer; Gilbert Sis; Hugh Godchep.
Creator: Thomas Brokesheued.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
11 June 1305
256 Quitclaim to John de Cantebr' of a messuage once Thomas de Litchfield's and a plot of land abutting on it. Witnesses: Simon de Stockton, mayor; John Seward; Simon de Brunne; Robert de Wells, bailiffs; Guy le Spicer; John Colling; Geoffrey le Ironmonger, Alan de Wells.
Creator: Beatrix, widow of Richard Bateman junior.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
17 Dec. 1306
257 Grant to John de Cantbrigg' of a messuage in the high street next to a messuage of Robert le Bedell.
Creator: John de Ripton, clerk.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
31 Oct. 1309
258 Grant to Henry de Brunne, burgess, and Margaret his wife of a messuage in St Mary's parish and 2 acres of arable land in Carmefield. The messuage is between Glomery Lane and a tenement once John de Trumpington's and abuts on the king's highway and on a tenement once Simon Bernard's, Of the 2 acres in Carmefield, one and a half acres lie between land of John Pilat and the lands of Nicholas Crocheman, St John's Hospital, John Pilet and John Morice and abut on Carmedole; the other half acre lies towards Pourtebrigges between land once Robert de Brunne's and land once Thomas Ward's and abuts on Pourtebrigges. Witnesses: Richard Tuliet, mayor; John de Barnton; Benedict Pittock and John Baron, bailiffs; Adam de Bungay; John Pittock senior; Henry de Beche; Robert de Cottenham; Alexander le Barber. Note on dorse: 'Hic Willielmus erat vel pater vel maritus marionis <?> buk <or conceivably 'duk'>'.
Creator: William Dukes.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 Apr. 1337
259 Counterpart of lease to William Featherstone and Isabel his wife of a shop with a solar at an annual rent of 6s 8d. The shop lies between a tenement once John Thriplow's and ?Cutlers Lane and abuts on a tenement once Thomas of Cambridge's and on the king's highway. Witnesses: John Herris, mayor; Simon Bentybow; John Brown.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Damp-stained with loss of text in patches.; Manuscript.
25 Dec. 1404
260 Lease to Roger Falconer and Margaret his wife of a tenement with a dovehouse for sixty years (maintenance and repairs by tenants) for 20s per annum payable at Michaelmas and Easter. The tenement lies between a tenement of the college and a tenement once John Wesenham's, and abuts on a garden once Crocheman's and on the high street,. Witnesses: John Herris, mayor; Robert Brighamn; Thomas Trivet; Simon Bentybow; John Warwick, bailiffs. Note on dorse suggests that in 1462 the property was hold by William Sherman.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
c. 19 Apr. 1405
261 Lease to Robert Coope, skinner, of a tenement between other college tenements and abutting on Schools Lane and the high street for 21 years at an annual rent of 22s. Witnesses: Henry Kale, mayor; Hugh Rankin; John Crackenthorp; Nicholas Green; William Heydon, bailiffs.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 May 1501
262 Lease to Katherine Green, widow, of a tenement for 21 years at an annual rent of 33s 4d,. The tenement lies between a tenement once Margaret Falcon's. now leased by Thomas Hodgkin (S) and a college tenement leased to Robert Stele 'peantrer' (N) and abuts (E) on the High Street and (W) on a foundation lately William Dalling's now John Ray's.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Apr. 1506
263 Counterpart of 23.g.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Apr. 1506
264 (Counterpart of) lease to Margaret Elvered, widow, of a tenement for one year at an annual rent of 22s. The tenement lies between 'Saint Mary Hostel (pertaining to the college) (N) and a college tenement leased to William Elton, 'vestmentmaker' (S) and abuts on the king's highway. List of other documents in the same pyx on dorse.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Oct. 1507
265 Counterpart of 23.i.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Oct. 1507
266 Counterpart of lease to John Kale, joiner, of a new built tenement for ten years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a college tenement leased to Robert Williamson, wait (W) and another college tenement leased to John Manfield (E) and abuts (S) on Sherers Lane.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 Oct. 1508
267 Counterpart of lease to Robert Williamson, fletcher, of the tenement in which he now dwells for 12 years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between the Lilypot (W) and the college tenement leased to John Kale (E) and abuts (S) on Cutlers Lane.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained,.; Manuscript.
8 Nov. 1510
268 Counterpart of lease to Robert Goodhale, apothecary, of a garden in Schools Lane for 60 years at an annual rent of 6s. The garden lies between Schools Lane (S) and another garden of the college's (N) and abuts on the garden of an almshouse, once Margaret Falcon's and lately John Ray, burgess's (E) and on the house and garden now the property of the said Robert, previously Richard Smith's, and once the college's, called 'Clarehalle' and on Schools Lane (W). Notes on dorse: 'modo in tenura Nicho' sperynge'; 'nunc W'l Spering pro fundo gardini'.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Mar. 1513
269 Counterpart of lease to Robert Cobb and Elleyn his wife of the tenement or inn called 'the Lilypot' in which they now dwell for the life of the longer liver at an annual rent of £5.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Slightly stained.; Manuscript.
15 Apr. 1514
270 Counterpart of lease to Nicholas Spierinck, stationer, of a tenement for 50 years at an annual rent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement once Margaret Falcon's, now in the tenure of Thomas Hodgkin (S) and a college tenement leased to Robert Stele, pewterer (N), and abuts (E) on the High Street' and (W) on a foundation lately William Dalling's, now John Ray's. An undated note on the dorse states that the property is now leased to William Spierinck son of Nicholas (see next).
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 June 1523
271 Counterpart of lease to William Spierinck, stationer, of a tenement for sixty years at an annual rent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a college tenement leased to Nicholas Spierinck (S) and another leased to Roger Sherman (N) and abuts (E) on the king's high street at the west end of St Mary's. Endorsed by Matthew Parker: 'Hanc Alienationem factam Petro Sherys bibliopolae Approbamus pro hac vice nos infra scripti quorum interest, Anno 1551' . With Parker's signature and lists of fellows in his hand.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 July 1537
272 Counterpart of lease to William Butts, Doctor of Medicine, of a tenement for 99 years at an annual rent of 22s. The tenement liers between two other college tenements and abuts (E) on the High Street and (W) partly on Schools Lane and the garden adjacent to the tenement abuts (E) on a college tenement and (W) on a foundation of King's College on which foundation there stands an old stable (dimensions given). Notes on dorse refer to later leases of this property to William Sherwood, bedel, and to Thomas Canary <?>.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
16 Jan. 1519
273 Lease to Master William Butts, doctor of physic, of St Mary's ('Seyntmary') Hostel, and of part of a cottage called 'the stone house', for 99 years at an annual rent of 24s. The Hostel lies between a tenement of the Prior and Convent of Anglesey (N) and a college tenement leased to George Norman and partly in the tenure of the said William (S); the Stone House is in the south side in the west end of the said south side as it is devided with a pyke wall and enclosed between Butts's and Norman's tenements. Note on dorse: 'Hac Indentura fuit sursum reddita per manus Johannis Jegon Magistri Collegii publice in Capitulo, 25to Aprilis 1597, Eliza. 39no'.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Sep. 1524
274 Counterpart to last (IX 24.c). Notes on dorse indicate later leases to William Alyson and then Jophn Blythe, MD.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Sep. 1524
275 Counterpart of assignment of term of William Butts' lease (see last two) to John Parker of Lambeth, Surrey, at an annual rent of 24s. Signatures of Robert Wyllan, Thomas Webb, Edward Smith, John Wolsey, Richartd Plumley and John Parker.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Mar. 1580
276 Renewal of lease to John Parker of St Mary's Hostel for term of William Butts' lease. Signatures of John Jegon, master, and Tobias Wood and Francis Bullingham, witnesses.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Apr. 1597
277 Counterpart of the last. (24.e). Signatures of John Parker and of Tobias Wood and Francis Bullingham, witnesses.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 Apr. 1597
278 Couterpart of lease to John Veysey, apothecary and grocer, of a tenement for 12 years at an annual rent of 3s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement late of John Essex, sadler, on both sides and abuts on ground of the nuns of Denny and on the malt market (dimensions given).
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
6 Aug. 1533
279 Counterpart of sale to John Veysey, Robert Chapman, gent., Simon True, Thomas Henning, Thomas Reynold, Thomas Downes and Nicholas Pryme of a tenement called 'le Bell'. In Pettu Cury. The Bell lies between a tenement of the said John Veysey (W) and a garden once Alan Semper, bedel's [d. 1488], then the late John Bury, alderman's (E). (Dimensions given.).
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
18 Aug. 1533
280 Counterpart of lease to John Smith and Isabel his wife of a tenement for sixty years at an annualrent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a college tenement leased to John Kale, 'kerver', and Roger Chawndess (W) and a tenement lately leased by the College of SS Margaret and Bernard [Queens'] to William Siday (E) and abuts on the road to the corn market and on another college tenement.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Stained and slit along part of one fold.; Manuscript.
11 Oct. 1535
281 Counterpart of lease to Agnes Cheke, widow, of a tenement with a garden for 60 years at an annual rent of 20s. The tenement lies between a tenement lately Margaret Coke's (E) and a tenement of the House of St John and its garden (W) and abuts (S) on a tenement late of William Godfrey, chandler, and (N) on Cutlers Row.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 June 1536
282 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Tolly, tailor, of a tenement for 21 years at an annual rent of 33s 4d. The tenement lies between a tenement once Margaret Falcon's, now leased to Richard Collinson (S) and a tenement leased by the college to Peter Sheres, stationer (N), and abuts (E) on the High Street' and (W) on a foundation lately William Dalling's and now John Ray's.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Aug. 1557
282a Draft lease to William Munsey of two adjoining tenements for 99 years from Michaelmas last past at an annual rent of 40s in two annual instalments.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
4 sheets; paper; Manuscript.
3 Oct. 1553
283 Counterpart of confirmation to William Burwell, vintner, of three messuages lying together then in the tenures of William Jacson, Robert Joplin and William Smpson, near 'the Pumpe taverne' (dimensions given). The west head of the messuages abuts on the High Street, the east head (N) on The Pump tavern (Symon Watson's house) and (S) on a tenement of John Osborne (dimensions given).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 Sep. 1570
284 Counterpart to alienation to Christopher Fletcher, alderman, of a messuage, garden and title deeds. The messuage, now or late in the occupation of Lawrence Williamson, lies between the tenement of John Hatcher, M.D. (E) and a tenement of St John's College, (W) and abuts (S) on a tenement of the said Christopher Fletcher, now in the occupation of John Freeman and (N) on Cutlers Row (dimensions given).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
16 June 1570
285 Counterpart of bargain and sale to Thomas Brown of Little Easton, Essex, of a messuage or inn called the Unicorn, now in the tenure of William Hawkins, with all fixtures, along with a piece of land adjoining the Half Moon Inn (S).
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Aug. 1573
285a Letter to Archbishop Parker concerning leases to be granted for the buildings on the south and north sides of University Street. The would-be lessors are: the stationers Cuthbert, Scarlet, and Sheres, Warren, a shearman, Steward, a furrier and Johnnes a needle-woman. Annotations at the foot list later leases, including one to John Porter, stationer, in 1591 and one to John Crane on 14 Oct. 1616. On the second folio is Parker's reply (not in his hand) dated 25 November 1574.
Creator: Robert Norgate.
1 bifolium; paper; Manuscript.
23 Nov. 1574
286 Counterpart of bargain and sale to William Bosam of a messuage between Great St Mary's churchyard and Well Lane.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
7 Sep. 1576
287 Counterpart of bargain and sale to Thomas Bradshaw, stationer, of a messuage now in his tenure. The messuage lies between a college tenement in the occupation of Thomas Jackson, and another in the occupation of Katheryn Baker (N) and a college tenement, now in the tenure of Thomas Thomas, printer, and a garden ground in the occupation of the said Thomas Bradshaw (S) and abuts (W) on School Lane and (E) on High Ward Street. The college makes the sale in order to fund the purchase of land in Stow-cum-Quy from Sir Francis Hinde.
Creator: Master and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Dec. 1586
288 Surrender to the college of term of lease of one tenement and two shops with years granted 23 May 28 Elizabeth.
Creator: John Porter, stationer.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
5 June 1591
289 Enfeoffment to her son Henry of a messuage then in the tenure of John Scot (neighbours specified). The property lies between a tenement in the occupation of Henry Preiste (S) and one in the occupation of Samuel Taylor (N) and abuts (W) on the high way and (E) on a tenement in the occupation of the said Samuel Taylor.
Creator: Isabel Gibbs.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
17 June 1625
290 Enfeoffment to Samuel Taylor, apothecary, of one messuage (as in last, IX 29.b)`. Signed, Henry Gibbs.
Creator: Henry Gibbs.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 June 1625
291 Release to John Seward of a messuage (as in the last two) then in the tenure of John Scott.
Creator: Samuel Taylor.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 Mar. 1636
292 Enfeoffment to Samuel Taylor of a messuage as in last three (neighbours specified) now in the tenure of Elizabeth Scott, widow.
Creator: John Sheward.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Aug. 1641
293 Lease to John Herne of two tenements to the east of the 'Lilypot' for forty years at an annual rent of fifty shillings.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
22 Apr. 1642
294 Counterpart of grant in exchange with John Crane of two yards with buildings on them previously in the tenure of John Porter and now of John Crane in Regent Walke (dimensions given) for a tenement in Trumpington Street.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Apr. 1647
297 Will (copy) with reference to lease of tenements belonging to the college in St Mary's parish. Proved London, 3 June 1681. Endorsed: 'A copy of Mr Tho: Daye's Will wherein he bequeathes to his son Robt: a Lease of some Tenements in St Marie's belonging to the Coll: , his Farm of Little Welsey in Ketton to his Dau: Eliz:, a Ring to Dr Spencer & 180£ to the use of St Marie's parish, &c, 1581'.
Creator: Thomas Daye.
30 sheets; paper; Manuscript.
18 Oct. 1680
298 Counterpart of lease to Robert Martin, baker, of a messuage (neighbours specified) for 40 years at an annual rent of 20s.
Creator: Master.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Oct. 1719
300 Counterpart of lease to William Finch of two tenements now in the occupation of Charles Finch and Richard Batteley for forty years at an annual rent of 50s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
16 Dec. 1742
302 Counterpart of lease to James Large, grocer and Ann his wife, of two tenements for forty years at an annual rent of 40s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
17 July 1744
304 Counterpart of lease to the University of four messuages lately leased to Gawen Graves of Burnham Overy for forty years at an annual rent of £10 16s 8d,.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
17 Jan. 1747
306 Lease to the University of messuages as in 09/8/304-5 now in the occupation of Thomas Merill, John Wynne and Charles Bottomley.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
9 July 1756
308 Lease to Benjamin Jeffs for forty years of a tenement at an annual rent of 20s and a couple of good fat hens at audit time.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
20 Aug. 1787
311 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Salmon, linen draper, of a tenement for 38 years at an annual rent of £1 10s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
15 Apr. 1789
313 Licence of Alienation to John Mortlock, Esq., in respect of messuages or tenements, leased to him on 15 Apr. 1789.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Torn at top, gnawed on right hand side.; Manuscript.
31 Dec. 1798
314 Licence of Alienation to Robert Bishop, Esq., in respect of messuages or tenements as in last, leased to him on 15 Apr. 1789.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 Jan 1799
315 Lease to William Mason of a messuage abutting on Trumpington St (W), Mr Brookes, late Lunn (E and N), and Mr Key (S) now in the occupation of William Mason for forty years at an annual rent of 20s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Mutilated: ground plan excised.; Manuscript.
1 July 1801
318 Lease to Robert Bishop of two messuages as in 09/8/313-4 for forty years at an annual rent of £3 2s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 July 1801
321 Lease to Robert Morton of a messuage abutting on St Mary's Lane (S), Magdalene College property (N and E) and a tenement leased to John Hodges (W) for 40 years at an annual rent of £1 11s 4d.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Ground plan excised.; Manuscript.
1 July 1801
324 Bond in £200 to the Master and Fellows of CCCC to perform covenants of a lease.
Creator: Thomas Newling, junior, grocer, Mary Newling, spinster, and Thomas Newling senior, tallow-chandle.
1 bifolium; paper; Mixed.
1 July 1801
325 Lease to Thomas Hovell for 32 years of a tenement and yard bounded by the Rose Inn yard (N and E), Magdalene College property (W) and 19 St Mary's Lane (S) at an annual rent of £2 17s.
Creator: Master, Fellows and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Plan excised (but present in next),; Manuscript.
28 July 1809
328 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Hovell for 32 years of a tenement and yard abutting on the Rose Inn Yard (N), Magdalene property (W) and St Mary's Lane (S) at an annual rent of £1 13s.
Creator: Master, Fellows and Scholars of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
28 July 1809
330 Lease to Thomas Hovell for 40 years of property as in 09/8/325 at an annual rent of £2 17s.
Creator: Master, Fellows and Scholars of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Mar. 1815
332 Lease to Thomas Hovell of messuage as in 09/8/328.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; Manuscript.
30 Mar. 1815
334 Lease to William Mason of a messuage abutting on Trumpington St (W), Mr Brookes, late Lunn (E and N), and Mr Key (S) now in the occupation of William Mason for forty years at an annual rent of 20s.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
2 membranes; vellum; An accident in sealing causes burn marks.; Manuscript.
30 Mar. 1815
336 Lease to John Deighton for 40 years of premises fronting on Market Hill as in 09/8/321 for an annual rent of £1 11s 4d.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
12 Mar. 1816
338a Lease to William Mason of a messuage abutting on Trumpington St (W), Mr Brookes, late Lunn (E and N), and Mr Key (S) now in the occupation of William Mason for forty years at an annual rent of 20s (as in 09/8/315 and 334).
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
17 Nov. 1828
339 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Hovell of premises as in 09/8/325 and 330. Plan incorporated.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 Dec. 1828
340 Counterpart of lease to Thomas Hovell of premises as in 09/8/328. Plan incorporated.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
23 Dec. 1828
341 Lease to James Peters of a messuage abutting on St Mary's Lane (S) and property formerly Magdalene's (N and E). Apparently the same premises as in 09/8/321 and 336.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 May 1830
342 Counterpart of 220.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
27 May 1830
343 Lease to William Swann, common carrier, of a messuage for forty years at an annual rent of £1 4s 8d.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
8 May 1843
345 Lease to James Peters for forty years of premises as in 09/8/341.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
26 Dec. 1843
347 Lease to Morgan Thomas for forty years of premises as in 330 now in the occupation of Bacon, tobacconist, abutting on St Mary's Lane and Rose Crescent. Plan incorporated. Although the lease is sealed the date has not been entered. Perhaps never executed.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1843
348 Lease to Morgan Thomas of premises abutting on St Mary's Lane, and immediately west of the last. Plan incorporated. Although the lease is sealed the date has not been entered. Perhaps never executed.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1843
349 Lease to Morgan Treherne (? AKA Morgan Thomas) of premises as in 09/8/347.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 June 1857
351 Lease to Morgan Treherne (? AKA Morgan Thomas) of premises as in 09/8/348.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
10 June 1857
353 Assignment of remainder of lease (as at 09/8/336) to James Peters, silversmith, for £900.
Creator: John Deighton, bookseller.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
25 Mar. 1825
357 Licence for Morgan Treherne to assign lease of property as in 09/8/347 etc., to James Henry Sclater.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 bifolium; paper; Manuscript.
11 Jan. 1865
359 Licence for Morgan Treherne to assign lease of property as in 09/8/348 etc., to James Henry Sclater.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 bifolium; paper; Manuscript.
11 Jan. 1865
361 Counterpart licence for Messrs W. Swann and Alexander Macintosh to assign lease as in 09/8/343 to Richard Dimmock.
Creator: Master and Fellows of CCCC.
1 bifolium; paper; Manuscript.
16 Mar. 1865
362 Surrender to Master and Fellows of CCCC of leasehold property on Market Hill,.
Creator: James Henry Sclater and Morgan Dalrymple Treherne.
2 bifolia; paper; Manuscript.
15 June 1872
363 Sale to Thomas Jakenet, John Scot, Robert Joyner, John Stowe and John Littlebode of a tenement with two solars which they hold by enfeoffment of Richard Andrew, spicer, Richard Bush and William Spencer, notary. The tenement is next to a tenement of the college (N) and the market place (S) and abuts on the entrance to the market place towards Great St Mary's (W) and on a tenement of the Hospital of St John (E). Consideration £40 payable in specified instalments. Witnesses: Thomas Jacob, mayor, William Tame, John Bunne, Benedict Morice, bailliffs, and Thomas Goode. Not a college property. Note at foot: 'Enterd in lib: Cant: ad pag. 224'.
Creator: John Hinton, butcher, and others.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
22 Jan. 1444
364 Grant to John Taylor , Henry Taylor his brother both of Girton, Robert Melford and John Smith, wax chandler, both of Cambridge of the tenement as in IX 229. Witnesses: Robert Coope, mayor, Thomas Blackamoor, John Warren, Thomas Mast, bailiffs, and William Smith, mercer and burgess. Note at foot: Entered in L. Cant. 224.
Creator: Thomas Jakenet and John Scot.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Dec. 1467
365 Grant to John Hesewell [Hazel], burgess, John Erlych, burgess, Alam Semper, university bedel and William Pechard, burgess of a tenement. The tenement lies between a tenement of Richard Thomas, lately of the said William Barford (N) a tenement of the college (S) and abuts (E) on Well Lane and (W) on Great St Mary's churchyard and is 3 virgates and and one and a half feet long and 4 virgates and 3 inches wide. Witnesses: John Deighton, mayor, John Bell, John Dale, William Thirkell and Richard Woodcock, bailiffs. Not a college property. Note at head: Ent: L. Cant. 224. Endorsed: 'De parvo ten[emento] iac[ente] in le Well Lane' and 'Evbidence of the howse of Mr Hasill at Well Lane end'.
Creator: Agnes Barford, widow of William Barford and others.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
24 Oct. 1482
366 Grant to Joihn Serle and Agnes his wife, Allan Wells of Cambridge, Thomas Adam of Walden, Thomas Caron of Newmarket, Thomas Nelson of Ware of William Warren of Windsor of a tenement. The tenement lies between a tenement of the Prior and convent of Ely now in the tenure of David Reaveley (N) and a tenement lately of John Wood, gentleman, and now of John Bottler, alias John Barber (S) and abuts (E) on the market, next to the market cross. Clerk holds the tenement, with other lands, tenements, rents and services, along with Clement Clerk, gentleman, Henry Hornby, clerk, Thomas Cotton of Landwade, esquire, and John Cocket of Ampton, Suffolk, gentleman, now deceased, by grant of Richard Stubbs, clerk, dated 28 Oct. (Simon and Jude) 1491 (7 Henry VII). Witnesses: Robert Moorhouse, mayor, John Carey, John Erlych, Richard Clerk, Nicholas Smith, bailiffs. Not a college property. Note at head: 'Ent. L. Cant. 224'.
Creator: Thomas Clerk, gentleman.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
18 Oct. 1503
367 Grant to William Hazel, haberdasher, Richard Clerk, John Hawes, James Hacumplayne [Hacomblen], John Morton, George Norman and John Smith of a messuage. The messuage, formerly of Thomas Jakenet senior, deceased, was granted to Callard and Rouse by a writ of distraint in the King's Bench on 21 November 1524 (16 Henry VIII). Appointment of William Abington to deliver seisin. On dorse, notartial attestation by John Thirlby, scribe, of delivery of seisin by William Abington, in the presence of Henry Hazel, one of the town treasurers, Thomas Whitehead, gent., Robert Ventris, surgeon, William Pratt and John Thirlby. Not a college property. Note on dorse: Entred 224.
Creator: Richard Callard and Henry Rouse.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
2 Dec. 1525
368 Bargain and sale to James Ratcliff of a messuage as in IX 232 (09/8/366). The messuage is now defined as lying between a tenement of the Dean and new Chapter of Ely now in the tenure of Richard Litchfield (N) and a tenement of Thomas Wendy, MD (S) and abutting (E) on the market place opposite the market cross and on a tenement of the said Dean and Chapter (W). Not a college property. Note at foot: 'Lib: Cant: 224). Note on dorse of delivery of seisin in the presence of Thomas Blyth, clerk, and Laurence Haweds [scribe].
Creator: Agnes Gaunt, widow of John Gaunt.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
21 Jan. 1543
369 Quitclaim to James Ratcliff of tenement as in the last. Witnesses: Robert Chapman and William Hazel, aldermen, John Rust, William Pratt, John Hoby, John Kirkby, Laurence Hawes and Robert Allen. Note at head: 'Ent. L. Cant. 224'.
Creator: Agnes Gaunt, widow of John Gaunt.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
1 Jan. 1544
370 Lease for twenty years to Richard Love, apothecary, of a void piece of ground in the east end of Great St Mary's churchyard adjoining all alon to the tenements in Love's tenure. The lease is made in consideration of Love's undertaking to make within two months a door in the north side of the chancel for the use of the university and town for their better going into the church, and of 2s 6d annual rent. Love is to fence the piece of ground and not to alienate it. Note at head: 'p. 238 entred'. Endorsed (much later): 'Lease of the yard from Trinity {parish} \colledge/ ' and, later still, 'The severall leases of the yard'.
Creator: Master and Fellows of Trinity.
1 membrane; vellum; Manuscript.
29 Oct. 1588

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