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to William Irby and others a messuage in the parish of St. Michael,
Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge on the feast of the translation of St. Thomas
the martyr, 5 Rich. II. Ch. 21.

Robert de Swanton of Cambridge and Simon Bentybowe quit-claim
to Richard Asshewell of Cambridge and Beatrice his wife all their
right in a tenement with a garden and parcell of vynes, which they
had by the gift of John de Popelyngton.

Dated at Cambridge the Monday in Whitsun week, 5 Rich. II. Ch. 2 2 .

Final concord made in the court at Cambridge the Monday next
after the feast of the Holy Trinity, 6 Rich. IT, by which Richard and
Beatrice Asshewell acknowledge a messuage in Cambridge to be the
right of Juliana Bedell, for which acknowledgment the said Juliana
gave Richard and Beatrice £11. Ch. 2^.

William Fysshewyk, bedel of Cambridge, grants to master William

Irby and others one messuage in the parish of St. Michael's, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge on the feast of the translation of St. Thomas

the martyr, 10 Rich. IL [IVith seal.] Ch. 24.

The will of W. Fyswyk, bedel of the university of Cambridge.

Dated 4 Kl. April, 1393. Ch. 25.

William Irby, clerk, quit-clain)s to Juliana Bedell, formerly wife of
Richard Bedell of Cambridge, all her right in a messuage in the
parish of St. Michael, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge, 2 Jan., 17 Rich. II. Ch. 26.

Juliana Bedell, formerly wife of Richard Bedell of Cambridge,
grants to the master and fellows of St. Mary's, Cambridge, a
messuage lying in St. Michael's parish, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge the Saturday next before the feast of St.
Katherine, i8 Rich. II. [With seal] Ch. 29.



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CAMBRIDGE.
Juliana Bedell, formerly wife of Richard Bedell of Cambridge,
grants to the warden and fellows of St. Mary's College, Cambridge, a
messuage lying in the parish of St. Michael, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge the Saturday next before the feast of

St. Katherine the virgin, i8 Rich. 11. [With seal.] Ch. 30.

Edward Story, clerk, warden, and the scholars of the college of

St. Michael, Cambridge, grant to master Thomas Bolayn, clerk, warden

and scholars of Gunwilhalle, a certain messuage or inn called ' Seynt

Margaretishostell,' in Cambridge, in the parish of St. Michaell.

Dated at Cambridge, 10 March, 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 32.

Thomas Bolayn, clerk, warden of the college of St. Mary called

Gunwillhalle, and the fellows of the same, constitute John Carter, clerk,

their attorney to receive and take po&session and seisin of a messuage

called ' Seynt Margaretishostell/

Dated 10 March, 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 44.

Edward Story, warden, and the scholars of the College of St.
Michael, Cambridge, appoint William Smith and William Reynoldsou
their attorneys to deliver seisin to Thomas Bolayn, warden, and
the scholars of Gunvylhalle, of a messuage or inn called * Seynt
Margaretishostell.' Dated 10 March, 7 Ed. IV. [With seal]

Ch. 33.

Deed (indented) by which John Wulrich, master mason of the
workes of the King's College Roial of our Lady and Seynt Nicholas, of
Cambridge, and others, arbitrate in a matter between St. Michael's
College, of Cambridge, and Gonville hall, concerning an eves drop into
the garden of ' Fysshwykehostell.'

Dated at Cambridge, 17 Aug., 1476. [With seals.] Ch. 34.

CAMBRIDGE (University of). Appointment of John Boilston,
B.D., by the university of Cambridge as a preacher under the act of
parliament of 13 Eliz.

Dated at Cambridge, 4 Nov. 1643. [With seal.] Ch. 51.

Certificate of Ralph, bishop of Exeter, of the admission of William
Gale of Trinity College, Cambridge, to the order of preist.

Dated 19 May, 1656. Ch. '^'j.

Certificate of Edward Mountague, the chancellor of the university of
Cambridge, and master and scholars of the same, that in 1659 Richard
Perrott was admitted to the degree of S. T. B.

Dated 11 June, 1661. [With seal.] Ch. 38.

Appointment of Thomas Hall by the university of Cambridge as a
preacher under the authority of the act of parliament of 13 Eliz.

Dated at Cambridge, 4 Nov. 1669. [With seal.] Ch. 50.

CAMBRIDGE (Christ's CoUege). Roll of receipts and ex-
penditure of Christ's College, Cambridge, for the year ending
Michaelmas, i Hen. VIII. Ch. 39.

The letters of deacon's orders of William Sherlock, M.A., of Christ's
College, Cambridge, from Henry, bishop of London.

Dated 8 June, 1707. Ch. 41.



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CAMBRIDGE.
Indenture made 3 Nov., 1 7 Eliz., by which Mr. Edward Hawford,
D.D., master of Christ's College, Cambridge, and the fellows of the
same, demise to Robert Colet, citizen and bowyer of London, their
manor of Bourne in the county of Cambridge, with the parsonage of
the same, &c., for 58 years, at an annual rent of £28. [With seal.]

Ch. 40.

Letters of priest's orders, from Henry, bishop of Loudon, to William
Sherlock, MA., of Christ's College, Cambridge.

Dated 19 Sept., 1708. Ch. 42.

CAMBRIDGE (Corpus Christ! CoUege). Letters testimonial
of Robert, bishop of Lincoln, to Thomas Hall of Corpus Christi
College, upon his ordination as deacon.

Dated 21 Sept., 1662. Ch. 43.

CAMBRIDGE (Jesus CoUege). Certificate of the conferring
of the degree of Doctor of Medicine on Thomas Man, fellow of
Jesus College, by Christopher, duke of Albemarle, the chancellor, and
the senate of the univei'sity of Cambridge.

Dated Cambridge, 20 Jan., 1687. Ch. 45.

CAMPES (Great). Licence from Benjamin Laney, bishop of Ely,
to Thomas Hall, clerk, M.A., to enable him to preach within the
diocese of Ely. Dated at Holborn, 5 March, 1668. Ch. 46.

Institution of Thomas Hall, JM. A., to the rectory of Campes alias
Great Campes on the death of Martin Frances, on the presentation of
the governors of the Charter-house.

Dated Holborn, 5 March, 1668. Ch. 48.

CAMPS (Castle). Certificate of Benjamin, bishop of Ely, that
Thomas Hall, M.A., subscribed the oaths on his presentation to the
rectory of Castle Camps. Dated at Holborn, 5 March, 1668. Ch. 49.

CAXTON. Adam le Somonour grants to Thomas his son, and
Joan, mother of the said Thomas, the whole of his messuage with two
buildings in the village of Caxstun.

Dated at Caxstun the Sunday before St. Luke the evangelist,
7 Ed. IIL Ch. 53.

Thomas Passhe, clerk, and Roger Misterton, demise to John Ward,
chaplain, vicar of Caxton, one messuage with a garden and 9 acres of
land in the fields of Caxton. Dated 3 Jan., 3 Ed. IV. Ch. 54.

CHENELE. Sir Walter Mauntell, kt., Edmund Rede, kt., and
others, demise and confirm to Thomas Peyton, esq., and others, their
manor of Chenele with the advowson of the church in the co. of
Cambridge. Dated at Chenele, 19 Nov., 6 Ed. IV. Ch. 52.

CHESTERTON. Charter of concession of King Henry III, that
the prior and canons of Bernwell may hold the village of Cestreton at
fee farm for an annual payment of .£31, the said man r to be quit of
view of frankpledge.

Dated at Westminster, 20 Feb., 11 Hen. III. Ch. 7.

Charter of King Edward I, confirming to the priory of Bernwell the



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CAMBRIDGE,
manor of Cestreton, the gift of King Henry III and King John, at a
rent of .£3 1 annually.

Dated at Westminster, 12 June, 13th year of his reign. Ch. 8.

CHILFORD, RADFORD, and WITTLESFORD. Copy of the
subsidy for the three hundreds of Chilford, Radford, and Wittlesford,
within the county of Cambridge, granted by Parliament 1 8 James I.

CL 13.

ELY (Priory of). Letters patent of R., archdeacon of Huntingdon,
to the prior and convent of Ely, reciting and confirming a mandate of
Pope Gregory X, for the support of Adam de Alkemundebyr and one
servant so long as he should live, from the revenues of the said priory
of Ely.

Dated the Thursday next before the feast of St. Martin, 1273.

Ch. 56.

HADDENHAM. Alan de Colne and Agnes his wife grant to
Alice, daughter of the said Alan, and John her son, the half of a
messuage in Hadenham, witli 2d. of annual rent pertaining to the
same, with appurtenances lying between a messuage of William le Rede
on the south part and a common lane on the north.

Dated at Hadenham the Saturday after the feast of , 10

Ed. L Ch. 58

Letters testimonial of ^fatthew, bishop of Ely, to Thomas Hall
M. A., on his ordination as priest in the church of Haddenham
II March, 1665.

Signed and sealed, 12 March, 1665. [With seall] Ch. 47

ISELHAM. Public notarial instmment witnessed by Robeit
Bredon, clerk, by which Thomas Peyton, sen., esq., gives to the village
of Iselham, Rochester diocese, the small bell called ' Gabriell,' to be
used as a passing bell.

Dated in the church of Iselham, 12 Dec, 147 1. Ch. 60.

liYNTON. Indenture made 15 Jan., 28 Eliz., by which Robert
Mylsent of Hinton demises to Thomas Dalton one third part of the manor
of Bergham als Berkham for 100 years at a peppercorn rent. Ch. 59.

SAHAM. Philippa, queen of England, &c., quit-claims to the
prior and convent of Ely all right of action against them to this date
by reason of any debt due from the manor of Saham.

Dated at Reading, 20 Oct., 32 Ed. III. Ch. 57.

STAPLEFORD. Inquisition (signed by John Killingworth and
Micliael Dalton, before whom it was taken) concerning a riot at
Stapleford. Taken 29 Jime, 11 James I. Ch. 12.

S WAS YE (Chantry of). William W^ard, of London, gent., and
Richard Venables, sell to Stephen Bull 60 acres of land in the fields of
Enesbury, co. Huntingdon, parcell of the possessions of the late dissolved
chantry of Swasye, co. Cambridge.

Dated 14 Sept., 2 Ed. YI. Ck Gi.

TEVERSHAM. Hugh, of the manor (* de manerio '), grants in



40 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

CAMBRIDGE,
frankalmoigne to the prior and monks of Ely I2d. annual rent arising
out of six acres of land and a messuage in Theversham. [ With seal.^

Ch. 55.

WYKEN. Thomas Cotton, of Landwade, esq., son and heir of

AVilliam Cotton, esq., gi'ants to Robert Byrde, of Wyken, and others,

two acres of land lying in the village of Wyken, and appointing

William Michell, of Ixnyng, his attorney, to give seisin of the same.

Dated at Wyken, 10 May, 12 Ed. IV. Ch, 62.



CAMBRIBG-E UNIVERSITY. Payments to be made by those
who receive degrees in the university of Cambridge (signed by Anthony
Tuckney). Camhridgeshir-e Rolls, i.

ELY (Bishoprick of). Taxation of all churches, tithes and
temporalities of the religious made by the lord [bp.] of Norwich in the
bishoprick of Ely.

The receipts of Henry, prior of Bernewell, and master Simon de
Allet, collectors of the tenths in the aforesaid bishoprick, by master
Bustand, executor of the business of the cross deputed of the pope.
(1255.) Rolls, 2.

ELY (Priory of).
(a) Taxation of the spiritualities and temporalities of the prior and

convent of Ely in all places exci^pt the portion of the sacrist in the

parish of St. Botulph. (c. 1360.)
(6) Fifteenths from the manors of the priory of Ely in Cambridge and

Ely. (c. 1300.) [2 membranes.^ Bolls, 3.

The account of Thomas de Stokton, keeper of the chapel of St.
Mary, of all the receipts and expences from the feast of the Nativity
B. V. M. to the same feast, 45 Ed. III. Rolls, 4.

ELY (Diocese of). The account of the prior and convent of Ely,
collectors of the first part of the tenths granted to King Henry VI in
the diocese of Ely, 22 June, 34 Hen. VI. [Roll ^^/t. long, of 2
membranes.^ Rolls, 5.

EVERSDOU" and ABBOTESLEY. Roll of 3 membranes.
Court Rolls for the manor of Eversdon, 12, 17, and 18 Hen. VII.
Court Roll for A4)botesley, held the Tuesday next before the feast of
St. Margaret, i8 Hen. VII. Rolls, 6.

6WAEPAM PRIORY. View of frankpledge, with court, of the
master and fellows of the college of Queens SS. Margaret and Bernard
in Cambridge, from 17 April, 12 Hen. VIII, to 26 Sept., 16
Hen. VIII. (6 courts.) Rolls, 7.

THEVERSHAM, HADDENHAM, DITTON, EALBURNE,
HADFEUD, LULEBY, and WYLINGHAM. Charters (inrolled)
of lands in the above villages, part of the possessions of the prior and
convent of Ely. (c. 1 260.) Rolls, 9.

^a) Peter le Cornwaleys grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, for his



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CAMBRIDGE,
homage and service and for 8 marks of silver, four acres of land in
the field of Honegetone, paying annually one pair of gloves of the
value of one penny.
(6) John Parleben of Hadenham grants to Reginald de Gatesbern for
his homage and service and for four marks of silver, 2 acres of land
in the fields of Hadenham, paying annually one halfpenny at the
feast of St. Micliael.

(c) Geoffrey, son of Warine de Aldershethe, grants to Reginald de
Gatesbern, for his service and 30s. sterling, two acres of land in the
field of Henegeton, paying annually one root of ginger.

(d) Matilda Passelewe, widow, grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, one
messuage with a croft adjacent which she bought of Robert le Bonde
for 4 marks of silver and for 3 selions of his land which he gave to
her in exchange, of which 2 lie in the west field of Hadenham upon

* Afledishone ' and one selion lies in Hanguge.

(e) Letia, daughter of William Quatreventr', grants to Ralph her son,
the whole of the land with messuages and appurtenances, as they
descended to her in heirship from the land of William her father in
the village of Theversliam, for his homage and service, paying
annually to her and her heirs one pound [of cummin] at Easter,
and to her lord William de Monceus and his heirs 2S. per annum,

and to her lord the earl of Br and his heirs iSd. For this

charter the said Ralph gave her a gold ring.

(f) John, son of James de Balsham, confirms to Ralph his brother the
donation of Letia his mother in the village of Theversham. For
this confirmation the said Ralph gave 405.

{g) Alexander, son of Hamo Richer of Theversham, grants to Thomas,
son of Ralph de Balsham, for his service and five marks of silver, a
certain messuage with houses and buildings existing upon it with
a croft adjacent in the village of Theversham ; paying annually to
the lords of the fee 6d.

{h) William Muschet of Ditton grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de
Balsham, for his homage and service and for 15 marks of silver,
a certain messuage with houses and edifices existing upon it with
the whole of a croft and meadow adjacent to the same in the village of
Dittone, paying annually to him and his heirs one pound of cummin.

{i) William Muschet of Ditton grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de
Balsham, one half acre of land lying in the field of Ditton at * le
Biginge,' in exchange for half an acre which lies in the field of
Ditton at ' le Reddelond ; ' paying annually for the same 6d.

{k) Reginald, son of Walter de Gatesbern, grants to master Nicholas,
archdeacon of Ely, the whole of his land of Hadenham and of

* Wynteworthe ' with appurtenances, for his homage and service and
for 40 marks sterling, paying annually for the same one halfpenny.

(I) Reginald de Gatesbern grants to John Walraunt and his heirs, for
his service, a messuage with appurtenances in Hadenham ; paying
annually one clove at Easter.



42 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

CAMBRIDGE.

(ni) Thomas Peverel, son and heir of sir Andrew Peverel, kt , and . . .
daughter of Walerand de Muncedus his wife, grant to Thomas, son
of Ralph de Theversham, for X300 in hand paid certain land, rents
and services in Theversham. [Illegible.]

(n) Robert Matefrey of Theversham grants to Thomas, son of Ralph
de Balsham, for his service and for four marks of silver, one acre of
land in the field of Theversham, paying annually one penny.

(0) Robert Metefreye of Theversham grants to Thomas, son of Ralph
de Balsham, for his service and for 405. of silver, one acre of land
in the field of Theversham, paying annually one penny.

{p) Henry, of the manor (' de manerio ') in Theversham, quit-claims to
Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham, i-J rood of land with ap-
purtenances in Theversham lying between the lands of the said
Thomas on either side in his messuage and one head abuts upon
the highway of Theversham, in exchange for i^ rood of land lying
between the land of Robert Matefrey, jun., and the land of the said
Henry and one head abuts upon a messuage of Stephen Burs.

(q) John Godwyne of Theversham grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de
Balsham, half an acre of land lying in the field of Theversham
towards Hyntone, near the land of Walter, son of Stephen, in
exchange for half an acre lying in the same field at Wodeweye.

(r) Henry de Albodesle and Joan his wife grant to Thomas, son of
Ralph de Balsham, for his homage and service and . . marks of silver
seven roods of land in the village of Theversham ; paying annually
id.

(s) John, son of master Henry de Hynton, grants to Thomas, son of
Ralph de Balsham, for his service and 28s. of silver, two selions of
land lying inWytrichiscrofte, paying annually to the lords of the fee the
accustomed service and to master Henry and his heirs one rose at
the feast of St. John the baptist.

(t) Sir Alan la Zuche, kt., grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham,
for his homage and service and for one red hawk (pro uno hostorio
rubeo), one acre of land in Falburne, with the liberty of folding in
the same village pertaining to the half virgate of land he had by
gift of Richard the chaplain, which acre of land lies in the field of
Cors, paying annually one rose at the feast of the Nativity of St.
John the baptist.

(u) Reginald de Gatesbern grants to John, son of Mon, for his
homage and service, the whole of the tenement which he has in the
village of Wylingham.

(w) Reginald de Gatesbern grants to Roger, the prior, and convent of
Ely three messuages in the village of Hadenham, to hold the same
in frankalmoigne.

(x) Reginald de Gatesbern gi*ants to Robert, the prior, and convent of
Ely the whole of his tenement which he has within the island
of Ely; for this charter the said prior and convent gave 60 marks
sterling.



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CAMBRIDGE.
(y) Nicholas le Coylter of Ely grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, for
his homage and service and for 255. sterling, two selions of land in
the field of Hadenham ; paying annually one penny.

{z) William de SwafFham grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de Bal-
shani, for his homage and service and for ... . sterling, 16 J acres
of land in the fields of Theversham and Falburne.

{aa) Robert de Theversham grants to William de Swaffham and
Margery his wife, daughter of the said Robert, for their jiomage and
service and for 40s., 6 acres of land in the field of Theversham.

iph) William Fraunceys grants to William de Swaffham certain land
in at an annual rent of 2d. [Illegible.]

{cc) William de Warbeltone, son of Peter de Warbeltone, grants to
William de SwafFham of Theversham for his homage and service
the whole of that croft called ' Pottokescrofte ' in the village of
Theversham, paying annually one penny at Easter to celebrate one
mass for the soul of Peter de Warbeltone and Agnes his wife.

{dd) Agnes, formerly the wife of Gilbert de Elmedon, and Margery
her daughter grant to William de SwafFham, for his service and 405.
of silver, one acre of land in Theversham at ' Flemesdich,' paying
annually 8i. for the same.

(ee) William de Swaffham grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham,
for his service and a certain sum of money, three roods of land
which he had by exchange of Amice de Warbeltone, near the land
of Warine le Graunt ; paying annually for the same 2d.

iff) Joli^ Atefen of Theversham grants to William de Swaffham, for
his service and 6 marks, two acres and one rood of land lying upon
* Langelond.'

(gg) John Atefen of Theversham grants to William de Swaffham, for
his service and 405. of silver, one acre of his land in the field of
Theversham, paying annually one halfpenny.

(Jih) John Atefen of Theversham grants to William de Swaffham, for
his service and 2 marks of silver, three roods of land in the fields
of Theversham, paying annually one penny at Easter.

(n) John, son of John Atefen of Theversham, grants to William de
Swaffham, for his service and .... of silver, three roods of land
lying in the fields of Theversham.

(kk) Egbert, son of Gregory de Triplowe, quit-claims to Thomas de la
Chaumbre all his right in one messuage and half an acre of land in the
village of Luleby.

{U) Henry, son of Robert Matefrey, grants to Thomas, son of Ralph
de Balsham, for his service, seven acres of land in the field of
Theversham, paying annually ^d.

(mm) Agatha, relict of Henry Pecche of Ely, grants to Thomas, son of
Ralph de Theversham, her father, three acres of land in Theversham,
which the said Ralph gave to her in free marriage with Henry
Pecche. For this donation the said Thomas gave her 605. sterling.



44 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

CAMBRIDGE.

(mi) Robert de Romely of Theversliam grants to Ralph de Balsham,
for his homage and service and 2 marks of silver, half an acre of land
in a croft of the said Ralph between his lands on both sides, paying
annually one halfpenny.

{00) Sir William de Lodewyk, kt., and Cecilia his wife quit-claim to
Thomas de Theversham and Matilda his wife a messuage with all
lands and appurtenances, that William de Methewolde, father of the
said Matilda, acquired in the village of Hadfeud of the bishop of
Ely.

(jpp) Joan, w^ho was the wife of William son of Fulk, quit-claims to
Thomas de Balsham all right in ten acres of land with appurtenances.

(qq) Alice, relict of Andrew de la Lade in Bodekesham, grants to
Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham, for his service and 12 marks
of silver, a certain messuage with houses, trees, &c., in the village
of Bodekisham, in one place which is called 'la lade,' paying
annually iSd.

(rr) Nicholas, archdeacon of Ely, grants to sir Ralph de Theversham
all his lands and tenements which he bought of Reginald de Gatesbem
within the isle of Ely, to hold the same for ever.

(ss) Isabella, wife of Reginald de Gatesbern, quit-claims to Ralph de
Balsham all her right by name of dower in all lands &c. in ... .



{tt) Ralph le Rus of Steple grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, for his
homage and service and for five marks of silver, seven selions of
land in the field of Hadenham, paying annually one clove at the
nativity of our Lord.

(uu) Ralph le Rus of Steple grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, for his
homage and service and for 28s. sterling, three selions of land in
Hadenham, paying annually one clove at the feast of the nativity of
our Lord.

(ww) Ralph le Rus of Steple grants to Reginald de Gatesbern, for his
homage and service and for i8s., two selions of land in Hadenham,

{ocx) Charter of liberties from sir Alan la Zuche, kt., to Thomas, son of
Ralph de Balsham. [Illegible^

(j/y) Henry Barat of Fulburne grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de
Balsham, for his homage and service and for 20s., 3 roods of land
lying in the field of Falburne, namely in * Eyefeld,' paying annually
^d. for all services.

[zz) Hugh of the manor grants to Ral])h, son <jf James de Balsham, 6
acres of land in the fields of Theversham ; paying annually i2d. for
all services.

{aaa) Henry Lenwyse grants to Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham of
Theversham, for his service and for i6s. sterling, one half acre of
land in the field of Wodebreg near the land of the said Thomas ;
paying annually 2d.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 45

CAMBRIDGE.
(bbh) Henry, son of Adam le Falburne, grants to Thomas de ' Camera '
of Theversham, for his service and for 205., 3 roods of land in the
fields of Eye ; paying annually for the same ^d.

{ccc) Letia, relict of Adam Powyll of Borewell, remits and quit-claims
to Thomas, son of Ralph de Balsham in Theversham, all right
which she has by heirship or dower in the whole of that land and
appurtenances lying in the village and field of Theversham, which
land Adam Powyll her husband gave to the same Thomas. For
this concession the said Thomas gave her 6s. of silver.

(ddd) [Illegible.]

Whitlesey. Plan of a freehold and leasehold estate late of George
Underwood, esq., surveyed by Thomas Boyce. Cambridgeshire Molls, 8.

Land there, belonging to the earl of Lincoln, surveyed by Thomas
Boyce. Bolls, 11.

Whitlesey and Wisbeaeh. Survey of ground lying in Whitlesey
and Wisbeaeh fenns, with the tenants' names taken by Val. Deepup,
Nov. 2, 1706. Bolls, 10.



CHESHIRE.

Writ from King George the First addressed to John Hannam, Isaac
Knight and William Salmon, to receive the oaths of Henry Delves,
esq., upon appointment as justice of the peace for the county of
Chester.

Dated 16 Dec, loth of his reign. Cheshire Charters, 6.

The oath upon being appointed justice of the peace for Cheshire. Ch. 7.

Form of oath of abjuration for a justice of peace. Ch. 12.

CHESTER (Abbey of St. Werburgh's). Confirmation by
King Henry Y of the donations, concessions, liberties and muniments



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