Reference numberR58/5/7
TitleG.N. Maynard manuscripts: Volume VII. Social Customs. Enclosure Acts, &c.
DescriptionIncludes (all referring to Whittlesford unless otherwise specified): Printed map and prospectus of intended North London Canal to link Cambridge and London by water, 1789 (p. 134); Print of former Cambridge Borough Gaol, nd (p. 292); Cambridge Assizes, bill for prosecution of John Scarr, 1817 (p. 219); Apprenticeship indenture of John Scarr (Henry Barnes and John Shed, churchwardens, and Ebenezer Hollick and David Maynard, overseers, to Thomas Pont, gingerbread maker of Cambridge), 11 December 1807 (pp. 283-286); William Blow, expenses of his aunt's funeral, 1 January 1801 (pp. 70-71); Whittlesford church, bill for clerk for burial fees, 5 May 1861 (p. 30); Print of ploughing match from Great Shelford Road, 4 July 1840 (p. 164); Printed bill offering reward for information about a burglary at Whittlesford, 1850 (p. 55); Printed bill advertising a temperance meeting, 24 July 1860 (p. 68); Bills for hops for Gang Monday, 1778 and 1782 (p. 136); Copy of list of recipients of ganging beer, 1833 (p. 143); Leaf from account book of Ebenezer Hollick concerning his oil business at Whittlesford Mill, 13 April 1765 (p. 177); Printed letter of Ebenezer Hollick about the manufacture of poppy oil, 1807 (p. 178); Bill for inclosing lands in the parish of Whittlesford (printed), 1809 (pp. 377-378); The case of Ebenezer Hollick, Lord of the Manor of Whittlesford, and other proprietors in support of the Bill for inclosure (printed), 1809 (pp. 379-383); Act for inclosing lands in Whittlesford (printed), 1809 (p. 209); Act for inclosing lands in Whittlesford (imperfect), 1809 (p. 383-414); Rate for expenses of inclosure (original), 1809 (p. 374); Extracts from Inclosure Award, 1815 (pp. 315-372); Plan of Whittlesford village, circa 1869 (p. 192); Printed list of post-towns with charges for posting a single letter from Whittlesford, pre 1840 (pp. 35-40); Poor rate assessment, 1812 (p. 116); Sale particulars for goods at house of Miss Gunning deceased, 1854 (p. 56); Sale particulars for small properties in Whittlesford, 16 June 1860 (p. 309); Sale particulars for small properties in Duxford and Whittlesford, with MS plan, 2 August 1866 (p. 307-311); William Scruby's accounts, 1795-1796 (pp. 201-202).










CreatorNameGeorge Nathan Maynard of Whittlesford
RepositoryCambridgeshire Archives
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