Item 362 - Gift in free alms

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JCMR/Gray 1- . . . 383/Gray 362-382/362


Gift in free alms


  • 1200-1220 (Creation)

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(fl 1200-1231)

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Hervey, son of Eustace, of Cambridge, to the nuns with his sister Yda, when she takes the religious habit in their house: 1 (Cambridge and Barnwell fields) 2 1/2 acres, which Hugh Cors holds of him near Barnwell Priory; 3 roods lying between the land of Maurice Rus (Ruffus?) and the land of William Nunacurt; 3 roods in Estenhale, between lands of the said Maurice and William; 3 roods near Barnwell Mill, between lands of the said two; 1 rood at Meldiche between land of William Nunacurt and that of Hugh, son of Apsolon; 1 acre, which Reginald, son of Alured, held of him in Swinecroft, between land of Ailgar de Welles and that of Margaret, wife of Richard Parson. 2 (St John Milne Street) 3 messuages in the Parish of St John held by Apsolon, son of the priest, abutting on the High Street leading to the Mill (Milne St.) and on the lane leading to St John's Church. 3 (Great St Mary) a messuage in the parish of St Mary, held of him by Robert Carpenter, lying between land of John, son of Elias, and that of John, son of Selid; a messuage in the same parish held of him by Hosbert le Cambere, between land of Andrew de Winepol and that of Ernold Plumber. 4 (St Peter outside Trumpington Gate) a messuage outside Trumpington Gate, held of him by wife of Seled Pinberd, next the land of Robert Nadun. 5 (St Benet) a messuage in St Benedict's parish held by Henry Bekke, lying between land of Absalon, son of the priest, and that of Walter, son of Master (Magister) Geoffrey. Witnesses: Bartholomew, Official of Ely, Master Gentil, parson of Caxton, Simon, parson of St Benedict, Baldewin Blancgernon, Robert Seman, Andrew de Winepol, Everard, Richard and Eustace de Winpol, Roger Parleben, Fulk Crocheman, John, his brother, Richard Porter (of Atgate - de porta), William, his son, Henry, son of Martin, Michael, his son.

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Seal attached (of Hervey, son of Eustace, green wax, painted brown, a knight on horseback).

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Caryl R.1

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