Reference numberP77/25/1
TitleRelease of land in Girton, Oakington, and Madingley Meadow
DescriptionSeven roods of meadow in Madingley Meadow, 10 acres arable in Oakington, occupied by Isaac Beesley, 10 acres arable in Girton, occupied by Edward Negus, 20 acres arable in Girton, occupied by James Shippey, 18 acres arable in Girton, occupied by James Shippey and John Maile, pightle of pasture in Westwick, one acre, occupied by Richard Seamer, close of pasture, 1.5 acres in Girton, occupied by William Talland, close of pasture at Howse in Girton, 2 acres, occupied by Jeremiah Chappell, close of pasture at the same, 3 acres, occupied by William Wells. Sir John Hind Cotton of Madingley, baronet, surviving trustee, to Francis Pemberton of Trumpington, Esq. & Samuel Gatward of Cambridge, Esq., upon trust to convey the said lands to Sir J.H. Cotton, John Hynde Cotton of Madingley, Esq., Edmund Halfhyde, Rector of Girton, Thomas Ewin of Cambridge, gentleman, Robert Sadler, Robert Adams, Edward Barnes, John Maile, Isaac Ripshear, James Boyden, and William Armstead, all of Girton, yeomen, for such charitable uses as shall be provided. Consideration: 5s.
Date18 September 1735
CreatorNameGirton Parish Church
RepositoryCambridgeshire Archives

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