Item 330 - Gift in free alms

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JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 274-360, 378/330


Gift in free alms


  • 1200-1240 (Creation)

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(fl 1200-1231)

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Hervey, son of Eustace, to the nuns, for his soul and the soul of his late wife Beatrix, 10 acres in various parts of Cambridge fields; in one part of the town 6 acres; 1 acre of which abuts on the Barton road and lies next land of Thomas Tuillet, 1 acre abuts on the pasture of Godgivedole and lies next land of Anger Ruffus (Russ), 2 acres abut on the road to Cotes and lie next land of the Cambridge hospital, 1 acre abuts on Braderusche, next land of St Radegund; 1/2 acre abutting on St Neot's Rd. (Maddingley Rd.) and lying next land of Reginald Ruffus (Russ). On the other side of the town 4 acres; 2 acres abutting on Hokerevewell next land of Stephen Haukeston, 1/2 acre in Middelfurlong next land of John Ruffus, 1/2 abutting on Littlemore, 2 roods in Middelfurlong next land of John Ruffus. Witnesses: Robert Seman, Adam, son of Eustace, John de Sexton, Michael, son of Hervey, John, his brother, Henry Vivien, Geoffrey Potekin, John, his son, John, son of Alfred, Symon, son of Hervey et multis aliis.

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Seal attached (of Hervey, son of Eustace; white wax, a knight on horseback).

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Caryl Q.22

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