Reference numberP77/25/4
TitleLease and release of land in Girton, Oakington, and Madingley Meadow
Description7 roods of meadow in Madingley Meadow, occupied by Sir St. Vincent Cotton; piece of land, 7a. 38p. in Osmoor Leys, Oakington, allotted by Enclosure Commissioners in lieu of 10 acres of arable; land, 6a. 12p. in Girton, adjoining Cambridge Road on north- east, allotted in lieu of 10 acres of open field land; 26a. 2r. 9p. in Girton adjoining boundary of Impington on south-east, allotted in lieu of 20a. and 18a. of open field land; pightle of pasture in Westwick, 1 acre, formerly occupied by Ann Seymour; pightle of pasture, 1.5 acres by estimation, but in fact 2r. 26p., formerly occupied by John Horsell, marked 41 on enclosure map; close of pasture at Howes in Girton, 2 acres by estimation, but in fact 1a. 2r. 15p., formerly occupied by Richard Matthews, marked 99 on enclosure map; close of pasture at Howes in Girton, 3 acres by estimation, but in fact 2a. 2r. 36p., formerly occupied by John Whitred, marked 92 on enclosure map; cottages and gardens in Girton 20p. marked 14 on enclosure map. Sir St. Vincent Cotton of Madingley, baronet, eldest son and heir at law of Sir Charles Cotton, deceased, who was surviving trustee, to Rev. Alexander Cotton, Rector of Girton, Francis Charles James Pemberton of Trumpington, Esq. Rev. William Smith of Dry Drayton, William Hurrell of Newton, Esq., Francis Westley, William Youngman, John Wayman, Frederick Crick, all Girton, farmers, Devereux Denton, Thomas Maile, and Jeremiah Kent, all of Madingley, farmers, upon trust, as to the first three pieces of land, to pay the rents each year to the churchwardens of Girton etc. (as in P77/25/2). Provision for the conveyance to new trustees. Power to make leases of the lands. Consideration: 5s and 5s.
Date10 - 11 October 1836
CreatorNameGirton Parish Church
RepositoryCambridgeshire Archives

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