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Feoffment to uses

Establishes an annual rent of 40s. to be paid out of the manor of Chickney, Essex, during the life of Dame Agnes Banastre, nun of St Radegund's, Cambridge. Attached seals of five of the seven feoffors survive.

Nunnery account roll

Contains accounts for the year 21-22 Edward IV, in a more summary form than in the preceding two rolls. An endorsement records that the document was formally examined on 17 Jan. 1682. A transcript appears in Arthur Gray, The Priory of Saint Radegund, Cambridge (Cambridge, 1898), pp. 176-179.

Grant of Rent Charge in Exchange for Land

Alice, daughter of Jordan, to Gilbert, her nephew and heir, clerk, the annual rent of 8d, which Godefrid Claud owes her for the land lying between land of Albert and land of Azo, mercer, in the town of Ely, in the parish of St Mary, and which she sold to the said Godfrid. Consideration: 3 butts of land in Prestmedue (Priest medow). Witnesses: Sir (Dominus) Baldwin, vicar of St Mary's, Sir Everard, priest, Sir Droco, priest, William, son of Elias, Solomon, goldsmith, Richard, mercer (mercator), Richard de Monasterio, Robert, porter, et multis aliis.

Alice, daughter of Jordan

Grant of Rent in Free Alms with Warranty

Gilbert, priest, of Ely, for the sake of his soul and the souls of his ancestors grants to the monastery of St Mary and St Radegund of Cambridge an annual rent of 3s 2d, viz: from Stephen Marshall (1s 2d) out of a certain messuage in St Mary's parish; from Robert __schales 6d, from a messuage of the same fee in the same parish; from God(frey) Baker (bercarius) 16d for a messuage in the same fee; from Hugh, son of Wauclin, 6d for a messuage of the same fee. Witnesses: Baldwin, priest, vicar of St Mary's, Drogo, priest, Richard, priest, Elias, servant (or serjeant), Richard of Swaveton, clerk, Peter, clerk, Martin, clerk, et multis aliis.

Gilbert of Ely, priest

Grant of Rent Charge in Exchange for Land

Alice, daughter of Jordan, to her nephew and heir Gilbert, clerk, son of Azo, a rent of 8d, payable yearly by Godefrid Claud from the land in the town of Ely, which she sold to the said Godefrid. Alice swears for herself and her heirs that they will bring no suit against Gilbert concerning the said rent. Consideration: Gilbert gives Alice 3 butts of land lying in Prestmedue (Priest medow). Witnesses: Baldewin, dean of St Mary; Samson, goldsmith, W(illiam?), son of Elias, H. clerk, R(ichard), mercer (mercator), G. porter (ianitor), R. Till et multis aliis.

Alice, daughter of Jordan

Grant of rent with warranty

Matilda (Maud), daughter of Jordan, to her nephew Gilbert, son of Azo, clerk, 16d rent, viz: 8d from the land which Godefrid Claud bought of her, 2d due from Azo le Norrais, and 6d from Hugh, son of Wakelin, due from the third part of a selion of land lying beyond Bele. Consideration: 1 mark; Witnesses: Baldwin, dean, Salomon, goldsmith, William, son of Elias, Hugh, clerk, Richard Mercer (mercator), Geoffrey Porter, Ralph Tyll, et multis aliis.

Maud, daughter of Jordan

Letter (fragmentary) by William de Teste

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  • 6 April 1313-1313 (The 6th line from the bottom reads: 'Dat: London: 6to die April', but it does not mean that the letter was written in London. Endorsed in a XVII c. hand: 'A discharge of the Nuns from procurations to the Archdeacon 1313'.)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

A fragmentary letter of William de Teste, Official of the Archdeacon of Ely, to the ....... of the Bishop of Ely or his tenants, discharging the nuns from procurations.

Teste, William de

Grant of rent

Henry, son of Salomon Goldsmith, to Gilbert, son of Azo, clerk, a rent of 4d due from Stephen, son of Nicholas, from land in the town of Ely, which Henry sold him. Warranty: Henry swears not to raise controversy over the ownership of the rent; consideration: 4s. Witnesses: Henry Pilat, John and Richard, chaplains, Walter de Ely, Drogo de Ely, Bernard de Feltewell, Henry and Everard Draco et aliis.

Henry, son of Salomon Goldsmith

Confirmation of Grant

Reginald, son of Hugh Clencwaret(on) to the nuns an annual rent of 3 combes of salt (12 bushels) due on St Margaret's day, out of a salt works at Linn, called Heveckescote, which rent was granted by his father Hugh to the nuns in free alms for his soul and the souls of all his ancestors. Witnesses: Geoffrey, priest of North Lynn (Nordlinn), Ernest, priest of Lynn, John, son of Alan de Ingaldestorp, Peter, son of Ralph de Alen, William, his brother, Godfrid de Grimeston, Simon and Bartholomew, his sons, Richard (?)Cecurteis, Gilbert, his brother, Geoffrey _odo, Richard Wulfard, Geoffrey, his brother, William de Wigenhale, Adam Huriel et pluribus aliis.

Clencwaret(on), Reginald

Gift with warranty (indenture)

Prioress Letitia and the nuns to William Champeneys of Stanton for his homage and services 10 acres of land, which Avice Bacun gave them for the use of the infirmary, viz.: the croft of Felice, which lies between the lands of William, son of Austin, and croft of Simon, son of Herbert. Also 4 selions under Hel', between the land of Sir William de Cheney and the land formerly of Richard de Evesham. Also 6 selions abutting on the boundry of Hokiton, between land held by William Cole and land formerly of Richard Evesham. Also 4 selions under Michelhowe, between the land of Robert Kyng and that of Richard Levesson. Also 1 acre formerly belonging to Constance, daughter of William Chaplain, lying between the land of Lady Avice de Stanton and the land held by William Sygar in Medwedich. Also 4 selions in Oxemedwe, between land of Richard Guve and land of Henry Grene. Also 2 selions abutting on Wivrlingemere, lying between land of Sir William de Cheney and land of William Bolle. Also 4 selions at Windelond, between land of Simon, son of Seberg, and land of Stranton Church. Also 3 selions at Hawey between land of William Cole and land of Robert, son of William, reeve of the Berewe (Bury?). Rent: to the infirmary 1 mark. Witnesses: Sir (Dominus) Henry de Nafford; Sir Philip de Stanton, Henry de Colne, sheriff, Henry de Colevile, Sir Herbert, parson of Stanton, John de Oure, Werric de Kam, Adam, son of Eustace of Cambridge, Eustace, son of Hervey, Robert Seman, William Pilate, Anger Russ (Ruffus) et aliis.

Letitia (fl 1213-1230) Prioress of St Radegund

Gift with warranty (indenture)

Prioress Letitia to Henry . . . land which Mabel (Mabilla), sister of Jonate, gave to the nunnery, lying between land of Baldewin Blancgernon and land of Athelard le Chanus . . . Rent: 20d; gersuma: 1 mark. Witnesses: Baldewin Blancgernon, William , (?)Ogar , Reginald, son of Alfred, John, his son, Robert Seman, Geoffrey (several illegible), Henry Milc, Stephan, son of Selid, Reginald Godso, John, son of Hervey (?), Hervey, ___, (?)Richard, son of Elias, Roger Parleben, et multis aliis.

Letitia (fl 1213-1230) Prioress of St Radegund

Lease (counterpart)

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  • 20 May 1486 ("Dat' Cant' in domo nostro Capitular (?) xxmo die May Anno Regni Regis Henrici septimi post conquestum Anglie primo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Prioress (Joan) Chambryg and the nuns to Giles Motte of Whaddon 3 roods of land in Whaddon between land of Master (magister) John More, esq., on the north side, and land formerly of Edward Chapman, now of Giles Motte, on the south side, abutting on the King's highway and on Rygway (Ridgeway). Term: 31 years; rent: 2s.

Cambridge, Joan (fl 1483-1487) Prioress of St Radegund

Grant in free alms with warranty

Reginald, son of Henry de Trumpington, to nuns of St Mary and St Radegund of Cambridge with his daughter Margaret, a rent of 2s due to him from Thomas of Trumpington for 9 acres of land which Thomas holds of him. Thomas is to do the services due to the King for the said 9 acres. Witnesses: Henry de Orewell, William de Trumpington, Everard, his son, Ralph de Cailly, Simon, his son, William de Orewell, Robert, his son, Richard le Francies, William, his son, Robert le Vavasur, Roger de Herbeton, Alberic de Ca(p?)eles, Albin de Orewell, Ralph(?) de Trumpington, Master (Magister) Peter, medic (?), Fulk Crocheman.

de Caily of Trumpington,

Gift with warranty

Alan de Culling of Hinton to John Godson of Cambridge and his wife, Avice, for their homage and services, 1 acre of land in Trumpington field, which is called Kneton and is lying between the land formerly of William Denerus and land formerly of Walter Amgenhale. Rent: 1 penny; consideration 30s. Witnesses: Simon de Cayly, John Arnold, William de la Grave, Henry Martin, Roger de Cauz, John de Cauz, Joce Hargar, John Ernis, Thomas Payn de Trumpington and John Scribe of Cambridge, et aliis.

Culling, Alan de

Gift in free alms with warranty

Avice Bacun of (Long) Stanton, for her soul and the souls of husbands, ancestors and descendants, for the nuns to the use of the infirmary, 10 acres in the fields of Stanton, with appurtenances, viz: the croft of Felice, lying between the land of William, son of Austin, and that of Simon, son of Herbert. Also 4 selions under Hel', between the land of Sir William de Cheney and the land formerly of Richard de Evesham. Also 6 selions abutting on the boundry of Hokiton, between land held by William Cole and land formerly of Richard Evesham. Also 4 selions under Michelhowe, between the land of Robert Kyng and that of Richard Levesson. Also 1 acre formerly belonging to Constance, daughter of William Chaplain, lying between the land of Lady Avice de Stanton and the land held by William Sygar in Medwedich. Also 4 selions in Oxemedwe, between land of Richard Guve and land of Henry Grene. Also 2 selions abutting on Wivrlingemere, lying between land of Sir William de Cheney and land of William Bolle. Also 4 selions at Windelond, between land of Simon, son of Seberg, and land of Stranton Church. Also 3 selions at Hawey between land of William Cole and land of Robert, son of William, reeve of the Berewe (Bury?). Service of 1d to the altar of the church of St Mary, Stanton, due from the acre formerly belonging to Constance. Witnesses: Sir (Dominus) Henry de Nafford; Sir Philip de Stanton, Henry de Colne, sheriff, Henry de Colevile, Sir Herbert, parson of Stanton, John de Oure, Werric de Kam, Adam, son of Eustace of Cambridge, Eustace, son of Hervey, Robert Seman, William Pilate, Anger Russ (Ruffus) et aliis.

Stanton, Avice Bacun of

Grant in free alms with warranty

Avice Bacun of (Long) Stanton, for her soul and the souls of husbands, ancestors and descendants, to the nuns her neif (villein) William Champeneys of Stanton, with his belongings. Witnesses: Sir (Dominus) Henry de Nafford; Sir Philip de Stanton, Henry de Colne, sheriff, Henry de Colevile, Sir Herbert, parson of Stanton, John de Oure, Wareys de Kam, Adam, son of Eustace of Cambridge, Eustace, son of Hervey, Robert Seman, Wiliam Pilate, Anger Russ (Ruffus) et aliis.

Stanton, Avice Bacun of

Gift in free alms with warranty

Eustace Smith of Madingley, for the sake of his soul and for the soul of his ancestors and his descendants, to the church of St Mary and St Radegund of Grenecroft 2 acres 1 rood 1/2 parcel of land in Madingley fields, viz. 1 acre lying in Hollewelle between lands of the Prior of Barnwell, and 1/2 acre in the wood between lands of William of Bardeley, held by Roger Alfr, 2 roods in Litlewelleslade next the land of John, son of Robert, on one side, and the land of Anketin of Henlowe on the other, 1 1/2 roods in the Longmersh meadow, between meadow land of Gilbert, son of Alice, and meadow land of the Abbess of Chatteris. Witnesses: William de Bardeley, John, son of Robert, Roger Sprot, John de Speningen, Albert, son of Eustace, Hugh, son of Anger, Ankenin de Henlowe, Warin, son of Tangar, William, son of Tangar, William, son of Edward, Adelard, son of Orgar, Geoffrey Potekin, Henry, son of Elias, Adam Wiriel, Maurice Russ (Ruffus), Ivo, son of Absalon, William, son of Scholastice, et multis aliis.

Smith, Eustace

Gift with warranty

Alice, widow of William Suklyng of Hinton, to John Godson of Cambridge and Avice, his wife, and their heirs 2 acres of land of her free tenement in Trumpington fields, viz.: in Fulde field 3 roods lying next the land of Sir (Dominus) Roger de Trumpington, knight, on the east, and the land of Alice, widow of Stephen de Hawkeston on the west, abutting on the north of Benelond and on the south on land formerly of Thomas of Hinton, chaplain. Also one headland which contains 3 roods of land lying next land of Alice, widow of Stephen de Hawkeston on the north, and abutting on the east on land of the said Alice and on the west on Trumpington moor. Also 1/2 acre of land lying in the same field between land of Roger de Cauz of Trumpington on the south and land of Henry Martin on the north, abutting towards Trumpington on Trumpington moor and the other head abutting on land of the said Alice. Consideration: 4 marks. Term: in perpetuity to them, their heirs and assigns with the right to bequeath it by will. Rent: a rose to the donor at Midsummer; 1 lb. of cumin to Roger de Trumpington at Michaelmas; services to the king. Witnesses: Sir Roger de Trumpington, knight, Simon de Cayly, John, son of Walter, Roger de Cauz, Henry Martyn, John Ernald, William de la Grave, William Crocheman, John Cauz, Reginald Freman, Thomas Payn, William Felegod et aliis

Suklyng, Alice

Gift with warranty (counterpart)

Bartholomew, son of Ralph, acknowledges the receipt from Prioress Letitia and the nuns, for his homage and service, of their half of a salt pan called Havekescote. Rent: 3 combes of salt. Witnesses: Hervey, son of Eustace, Robert Saman, Adam, son of Eustace, Walter Corde, Geoffrey, son of Ralph, John and Laurence, his sons, Ralph, son of Henry, Thomas, son of Joachim, Richard, son of Yvo, et multis aliis.

Bartholomew, son of Ralph

Gift in free alms with warranty

Alberic, son of Eustace of Madingley, for the souls of himself, his father, his ancestors, his wife Mabil and his heirs, to the nuns of St Radegund 2 acres of his land lying in Madingley fields, of which 4 selions abut on Leford Havedlong between the land of Maurice Russ (Ruffus) of Cambridge and the land of Henry de Berton, formerly belonging to Eustace the Smith; 1 selion abuts on the road to the meadow, lying between the land of Reginald Carpenter and the land of the aforesaid Alberic, and 1 selion abuts on Bernoldsdich, lying between the land of John de Senigey and the land of Walter Blancpain. Witnesses: William de Burdeley, William, his son, Roger Sprot, Hervey Grim, William, his brother, Maurice Russ (Ruffus), Allard __garius, Hervey, son of Eustace, Robert Seman, Adam Weriel, John Crocheman, Richard Atgate (de Porta), Bartholomew Tailur, Geoffrey Potekin, Henry, son of Elias, Geoffrey, son of Eustace, Warin, son of Tangar (or Targar), Astin, son of Eustace, John, son of Robert, Richard, his son, Eustace Smith (faber), John of Seningey, Walter de Coteham et multis aliis.

Hervey son of Eustace (fl 1200-1231)

Gift with warranty

Alberic of Madingley, son of Eustace, for the souls of himself, his father and his wife Mabil, to the nuns of St Radegund 1/2 acre of land in Madingley fields: one selion beyond Bernold ditch between two roods of Walter Blancpain, and another selion abutting by the road to meadow of the Prior of Barnwell, formerly of John Creie, which is next to the 2 selions, given by Alberic to his wife Eustacia as dowry. Witnesses: Hervey Grim, William, son of Everard, Eustace de Winepole, Allard, son of Orgar, Geoffrey Potekin, ____ heman, John, son of Robert, Roger Sprot, Warin, son of Tangar (Targar), (Hervey? Geoffrey?), son of Eustace, Anketin, his brother, Walter, son of Bartholomew de Coteham, et multis aliis.

Alberic, son of Eustace of Madingley

Gift in free alms

Simon of Tunderley, for his soul and that of Cecily his wife, to the nuns of St Radegund 2 acres in Tunderley, namely: 1 acre 3 roods in Eldefeld, called Benelond; 1 rood in Kersewelle field in front of the house formerly belonging Ailwina le Want'. Witnesses: Robert de Tundreley, Robert de Rochef[ord?], Robert forester, his son, Hugh de Watevile, Robert de Watevile, his brother, Thomas de Enefield, John Clerk, Ralph, his brother, Bernard Grim, Hervey, son of Edward, Sturemi, Richard Grislim, Geoffrey, chaplain, who wrote this charter.

Tunderley, Symon de

Gift in free alms with warranty

Simon de Kayli (Cailly in 17) to the nuns of the church of St Mary and St Radegund, for his soul and the soul of his wife Matilda (Maud), who is buried there, 1 acre of land at Wyxtones ditches, viz.: the acre lying next land of Gwarin (Warin), son of Asketin, and abutting towards le Banlond. Witnesses: Master (magister) Thomas de Whatleye, Bartholomew, dean, Roger and Peter, chaplains, William de Trumpington, Reginald, his brother, Henry, parson, Joce, his vicar, William de Kayli, Henry, son of Reginald, Ernulf of Trumpington, John, his son, John de Litlebury et multis aliis.

de Caily of Trumpington,

Gift with warranty

Ingeleys, widow of Peter le Bof, to Hervey le Messager 3 acres in Batailles croft in town of Wratting, lying between the land of William Bux and the road. Free of all services to the donor, but charged with scutage of 20s 1d to the King, more or less. Rent: 8d. Gersuma: 16s. Witnesses: Geoffrey Fluri, William, his son, Philip Rikespand, William de Oxecroft, John Rangeill, William, his son, William de Bossco, Ralph Bruning, Alan de Blund et multis aliis.

Bof, Ingeleis le

Gift with warranty

Basilia Raggedal' to her maid Amicia, for her homage and services, 1 acre of land in Wratting, lying above the ditch of the croft belonging to John de Walepol, between the land of St Radegund and that of William Rewold. Rent: a pair of gloves. Right to assign the land except to a house of religion. Witnesses: William Flury, Philip Rikespaud, William de Oxecroft, Richard Sewal, Roger Ace, Mathew de Shelford et multis aliis.

Ragedale, Basilia

Lease (indenture)

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  • 26 November 1374 ("Dat' apud Cantebr' die domenic' proxima post festum Katerine virginis et martiris Anno regno regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum quadragesimo octavo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Prioress Margaret Clavile and the nuns to Nicholas Bigot of Trumpington 8 1/2 acres of arable land in Trumpington fields, viz.: 2 acres in Moorfield between land of John Arnold and land of William Ategrene, abutting on land of William Crocheman and on the Moor. Also 1 acre lying in Fouldon between land of Hugh Tinecote and land of the said Nicholas Bigot, abutting on the nuns' land and the Moor. Also 2 acres lying at Wikston ditches at Kneton between the Moor and land of John le Warde, and abutting on the Moor. Also 3 acres, which lie at Kneton between land of William Crocheman and land of the said Hugh (Tinecote), abutting on the road which leads from Cambridge to Badburham (Babraham). Also 1 acre lying at Kneton between the Ferchingplot and land of the said Hugh and abutting on Trumpington village. Term: his life. Rent: 10s 8d. Witnesses: William Horwode, John Morice, Stephen Morice, Richard Martin, Richard Fouke, et aliis.

Clavyle, Margaret (fl 1363-1378) Prioress of St Radegund

Gift with warranty

Hervey Nuncius (le Messager) to Ralph de Orliens one rood of land and a messuage in Bataliscroft, the house, lying next Ralph's house, and the rood next his land. Gersuma: 7s. Rent: 2d. Scutage: 20s 1/2d. Witnesses: Philip de Rikespad, Jordan Carpenter, Ernold Alger, Ralph de Orliens, John Alger, Garin de Trellave, William Miller, William Barker or Tanner ("bercarius" - tanner) et aliis.

Hervey (le Messager)

Gift

Hervey Nuncius (le Messager) of Wrating to William Chaplain, son of Arnulf, formerly vicar of West Wrating, for his homage and services all his croft called Batellescroft, lying in the village of Wratting between the croft of Ralph de Orliens and the great green, and abutting on Bruninges croft and on the said green; also the homage and services of William Barker (or Tanner, "bercarius"), viz. a rent of 1d and services for the land which he holds of Hervey in the said croft. Gersuma: 40s. Witnesses: William de Oxecroft, Philip Rikespaud, William Flu[ri?], (John?) Fluri, Mathew Pillor (Baker?), William de Robertot, William Raudullun, William de Boscho (Wood?), Richard de Cruce (Cross?), Roger Wasman, John de Northo, Roger Doget et aliis.

Messager, Hervey le

Gift with warranty

William, son of Maurice de Wilburham to William Chaplain, son of Arnulf, formerly vicar of Wratting, half an acre of land in Batailescroft extending from the croft of Richard Bruning and extending as far as the green. To him and his heirs and assigns, but if he assigns it to another, then to his sister Maud (Matilda) and her heirs.Gersuma: 10s; rent: missing; scutage: 20s 1/4d, more or less. Witnesses: Philip Rikespaud, (William?) Fluri, one missing, Mathew Dispensator (Despenser, Despencer?), William de (H)oxecroft, Walter, son of Gunnild (?), Jord(an) Carpenter et aliis.

Wilburham, William de

Gift with warranty

Roger Ace, son of John Ace of Wratting, to William of Wratting, chaplain, 2 acres of land in Wratting fields, 1 acre lying in Everesdune next land of William Fluri and abutting on land of William de Oxecroft; the other acre lying in Ditch field, abutting on land of Walter, son of Gunnild and on Oxecroft Port way. Gersuma: £2; rent: 2d. William Chaplain can sell, assign or bequeath by will. Witnesses: William de Oxecroft, William Flori (Fluri), Philip Richespaud, Walter Gunnil, Geoffrey, son of Hugh, Gilbert Drien, Walter Rewold et aliis.

Ace, Roger

Release and quitclaim

Henry Ace of Wratting releases William Chaplain from his homage and services for the tenement in Wratting he holds of him, so that he may make homage and services to John de Wangeford. Witnesses: Philip Rixepaut (Rikespaud), William Flori, William de Oxecroft, Peter Frelaunt, John Flori, Henry de Aul(an?), John Chesterton et aliis.

Ace, Henry

Lease (counterpart)

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  • 6 November 1374 ("Dat' apud Cantebr' die Lune in festo sancti Leonardi abbatis Anno r.r. Edwardi tercii a conquestu quadrogesimo octavo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Prioress Margaret Clavile and the nuns to John Wiltsschir of Cambridge, shepherd (or tanner - "barker"), and John de Willingham of Cambridge, shepherd (or tanner), burgesses of Cambridge, 5 acres 1 rood of arable land in Trumpington fields, viz.: 1 acre 3 roods lying next land of William Chapman and abutting on the brook (le brook). 1 acre 3 roods lying next the land of John Warde and abutting on the Lynch (le lynch). 1 acre 3 roods lying next the land of Sir Edmund Atepool, and abutting on the meadow land of John Morice. Term: their joint lives and the life of the survivor of them. Rent: 6s 6d. Witnesses: William Horwood, Richard Martin, Edward Listere et aliis.

Clavyle, Margaret (fl 1363-1378) Prioress of St Radegund

Gift with warranty

Basilia Regedale to William Chaplain, son of Arnulf, formerly vicar of West Wratting, for his homage and services 1 acre 1 rood of arable land in West Wratting fields, viz. 3 roods in Eversdune field, next the land of William Fluri and abutting on Witskede croft and on croft of Geoffrey, son of Hugh Clerk; and 1 rood in Hocroft, next land of Robert Clerk of Wilburgham, son of Alice Sanke, and abutting on Port way and on Hocroft; also 1 rood at Beltigle, next land of Lady Cecily de Ros and abutting on Great Dike (Magna Fossa) and on feod of Oxecroft. Gersuma: 15s; rent: 8d; scutage: 20s 2 1/4d, more or less. Should William die before having assigned the land to any one it is to go to his sister Maud (Matilda) and her heirs. Witnesses: Philip Rikespaud, William Fluri, William de Oxecroft, Roger Ace, Mathew Dispensator (Despenser, Despencer?), Walter, son of Gunnid, Jordan Carpenter, Alan Alban.

Ragedale, Basilia

Confirmation (indenture)

Roger de Trumpington, knight, to the nuns of St Radegund of Cambridge for his soul and the souls of his ancestors, the right of entry into 4 acres 1 rood of land lying in the fields of Trumpington, which Alice Succeling (Suklyng, 20) formerly held, which land the prioress and the convent hold by the gift and feoffment of John Godsone of Cambridge. Rent: 2 lb cumin. Relief: on every election of a prioress, 2s in commutation for services, wards, eschaets and suit of court, except for services to the king. Witnesses: Simon de Cayli of Trumpington, John Hervaud, John Martin, John de Cauz, Thomas Payn, Reginald Freman (all of Trumpington), et multis aliis.

de Caily of Trumpington,

Lease (indenture)

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  • 19 November 1374 ("Dat' apud Cantebr' die domenic' proxima post festum sancti Edwardi archiepiscopi Anno regni regis Edwardi tercii a conquestum quadragesimo octavo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Prioress (Margaret Clavile) and the nuns to John Geffrey 4 acres of arable land in Trumpington fields at Fouldon, viz.: 3 acres lying together in length between the Moor and land of Alice Jurdan, which she holds in bondage of Sir Roger de Trumpington, abutting at either end of the Moor. 1 acre lies between land of Nicholas Cobman, which he holds of Sir Roger de Trumpington, and land of Laurence Pain, and abutting at either end of the Moor. Term: his life. Rent: 5s. Witnesses: William Horwode, Stephen Morice, Richard Fouke, Richard Martin, Edward Listere et aliis.

Clavyle, Margaret (fl 1363-1378) Prioress of St Radegund

Lease (indenture)

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  • 28 August 1473 ("Dat' apud Cantabrig predict' vicesimo octavo die mensis Augusti Anno regno Regis Edwardi Quarti post conquestum Anglie terciodecimo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Prioress Elizabeth Walton and the nuns to John Lawrence of Hinton and Robert Lamberd of Hinton 30 acres of arable land in Trumpington fields. Term: 21 years; rent: 21s.

Walton, Elizabeth (fl 1468-1479) Prioress of St Radegund

Confirmation and quitclaim

Drian Bardele to William Chaplain of Wratting, all rights he may have in Batelles croft on the village of Wratting except for the messuage he holds of the said William at a rent of 2d per annum. Witnesses: William de Oxecroft, Philip Rikesspaud, William Fluri, John Fluri, William Robertot, William de Boscho, William Raudullun, Richard de Cruce, Mathew Disspensarius (Despenser, Despenser, Stewart?), Roger Doget et aliis.

Bardele, Drian

Gift with warranty

Amicia de Teversham to William Chaplain of Wratting, 1 acre of land abutting on the ditch of the croft of Sir Simon de Holt and lying between the land of St Radegund and that of William Rewold. Gersuma: 10s. Rent: to the chief lord a pair of gloves and suit of court.Witnesses: Philip Rikespaud, William Flori (Fluri), John, his brother, Geoffrey, son of Hugh, Walter Gunnil(d?), Roger Ace, Jordan Carpenter et aliis.

Teversham, Amicia de

Lease (indenture)

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  • 29 September 1366 ("Dat' apud Cant' die Mart' in festo sancti Michaelis Anno regni Regis Edward tercii a conquest' quadragesimo".)
  • Part of Records of the Priory of St Mary and St Radegund

Margaret Clavyle, prioress, and the nuns of St Radegund to Thomas Trayveyl of West Wratting, all their manor of West Wratting, Weston and Benhale, with a hall containing two chambers, one at each end, and the lands, pastures etc., the rents, wardships, escheats, liberty of fold etc. term: for life; rent: first 2 years £2 13s 4d, thereafter £3 6s 0d. Covenant: lessee to pay 3s per annum to the Crown, to do all necessary repairs before July 10th 1367, to rebuild in case of destruction by fire. Witnesses: William Sherwood, Stephen Moriz, sen., Richard Fouke et aliis.

Clavyle, Margaret (fl 1363-1378) Prioress of St Radegund

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