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Library – Manuscripts

Library – Manuscripts

Bound and Unbound Manuscripts

AuthorDateIndex numberTitle or description
COOTE AND WARREN LTDNo dateUMS/S.IVE/190European War 1914- Roll of Honour Coote & Warren Ltd St Ives.
BERKELEY, Maurice1511UMS/NON-H/126Indenture (text in Latin) with signature of Maurice Berkeley, apparently relating to Fountington, Bosham, Sussex.
HODSON, Robert1750UMS/UPWOD/628Paper concerning enquiries to be made about the status of the benefices of Upwood, Bury and Broughton, with final paragraph in Hodson's hand dated from Broughton, 19.5.1750.
HODSON, Robert(1750)UMS/UPWOD/629The Revd Mr Hodson's Case (legal paper concerning rectory of Broughton & two donatives).
CHARTER, Thomas1723UMS/UPWOD/630July ye 28th Day 1723 The Disbursements of Thomas Charter for Repairs About ye Chancell.
KEPPEL, Admiral AugustusNo dateUMS/UPWOD/631Paper folded & sealed to make an envelope, addressed "To Mrs Bickerton at Mrs Warner's in the China Walk, Chelsea", with signature "A. Keppel" and stamps "PORTSMOUTH2 & "14 MR".
BICKERTON, Richard and MARTIN, Jonathan1775UMS/UPWOD/632Agreement by which Sir Richard Bickerton lets lands at Upwood to Martin, with their signatures and that of Mr Turpin as witness, & note that Sir Richard agrees to let Martin have one load of wood each year during the agreement.
BICKERTON, Richard1769 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/633Sun Fire Office Policy no. 272929 for Captain Bickerton's dwelling house etc etc, 7.8.1769
FELLOWES, Coulson1764UMS/UPWOD/634Letter to Mrs Warner at Upwood apologising for trespass on her estates by the woodman and his tenants, 15.5.1764.
HALFORD, Oakley1758UMS/UPWOD/635Letter to Mrs ?Bickerton congratulating her on Mr Bickerton's "Safety and [illeg ?Aiquition] of a Ship", signed from Chelsea 23.8.1758; with note in later hand "Capt Bickerton second under Nelson".
BEARDSLEY1757UMS/UPWOD/636Receipt for £1 1 0 paid to Thomas s & Co of Newgate Street for thread, 2.7.1757.
MINSHAW, John1759UMS/UPWOD/637Receipt from Dunbar Paper Hanging Manufactory & Warehouse in Aldermanbury for £1 0 6, with note from Minshaw to Mr Baird asking him to pay it "& I will give you credit for it in the Rent", 19.7.1759.
MINSHAW, John1758 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/638Letter (to "Madam" - Mrs Warner?) re land transactions, also reported capture of Louisburgh with references to Bickerton, signed from London 24.7.1758.
WHITMORE, Charles1758UMS/UPWOD/639Letter to Mrs Warner in China Row, Chelsea, re letters sent from Plymouth, signed from Southampton 2.3.1758.
PALAIRET1758 (i)UMS/UPWOD/640Letter (to "Madam" - Mrs Warner?) re opportunity to send letters to North America, signed from the Admiralty Office by ?M. Palairet 2.8.1758.
PALAIRET1758 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/641Letter to Mrs Warner at Upwood re writing to Captain Bickerton in North America, success at Louisbourg & Capt Bickerton's preferment to command the Etna Fireship, with list on inside of envelope of ships burned, taken & sunk; signed from the Admiralty Office by ?M. Palairet 19.2.1758.
BURROUGHS, J.1758UMS/UPWOD/642Letter to Mrs Warner at 4 House China Walk, Chelsea, re something to be collected from the Three Cups, signed from Upwood 18.12.1758.
MINSHAW, John1756UMS/UPWOD/643Receipt to Mrs Warner as executrix of the late Vere Warner for £1 15 5 for various items inc a night cap, veal and a pound of sausages, and "putting an encomiuim on Mr Warner's character into two newspapers", 4.12.1756.
UPWOOD MANORNo dateUMS/UPWOD/644Plan, with areas and list of total area, of a house with courtyard, orchards and garden.
BELLINGHAM, John1801UMS/S.NEO/659Bill of lading re bags of feathers & chests of horse tails shipped in the "Mary", addressed to Messrs Humble Holland & Co of Liverpool & dated from Archangel 12th September 1801.
ARCHDEACON, Samuel1795UMS/S.NEO/660Dr Archdeacon's Bill concerning James Cousins of Little Paxton: itemised bill from 17th June 1790 to 12th August 1795 for fever mixture, glass of lotion etc etc, total of 17s 3d.
Bedford and Peterborough Railway19th CUMS/RLWAY/28Plan of the Bedford and Peterborough railway n. d.
COOTE, Thomas1856-1857UMS/RLWAY/29Contracts between Thomas Coote, coal merchant of St Ives and the Eastern Counties Railway Company for carriage of coal from Peterborough 1856 and between Thmas Coote and The Great Northern Railway Company for the carriage of coal from York and Doncaster to Peterborough
Huntingdonshire Bankpre 1878UMS/HUNTS/49£1 bank note issued by Huntingdonshire Bank with a note that it is 'from the papers of the late Dr Green, Regent Street, Cambridge. Received on the death of Mrs Green, 2 Nov. 1878'
Borough of St Ives1961-1999BMS/S.IVE/109Visitors' book from the Mayor's palour signed by visitors to the town
?Borough of St Ivesc. 1900UMS/S.IVE/196Manuscript list of St Ives charities and benefactors
Huntingdon District Council1987-1988UMS/S.IVE/197Plans: Enviornmental Improvements to St Ives (5 items)
GRAY FAMILY18th C -20th CUMS/CATWO/93Family history information about the Gray family of Great and Little Catworth
NORRIS, Herbert1878-1896UMS/NORRIS/14/Herbert Norris: Clubs and Societies_x000d_
Papers about Herbert’s membership of various clubs and societies: _x000d_
St Ives Temperance Society membership cards for H. Norris, 1878-1886_x000d_
St Ives Literary Institute, member’s ticket for H E Norris, 1883_x000d_
Entomological Society of London, letter informing Herbert of his election as a Fellow, 4 November 1886._x000d_
Cambridge Antiquarian Society, letter informing Herbert of his election as a member, 29 October 1888, with agenda for the AGM at which Herbert would speak about Hemingford Grey, 15 March 1886._x000d_
Victoria Institute on Philosophical Society of Great Britain, London, invitation on 5th or ‘your ms criticisms’, 23 Feb 1888_x000d_
Oxford University Extension, flier advertising a course of six lectures on ‘The Country We Live In’ the historical geology of the British Isles by A B Badger, at the Oakley Room, Cirencester from 27 September [H. E. Norris listed among others, selling tickets] n.d. _x000d_
St Ives Ornithological Society statement of accounts 1891, including entry for a Special prize to H E Norris._x000d_
Cirencester Polo Club, letter to Herbert Norris informing him of his election as a member with printed list of officers and members, 30 August 1895._x000d_
Gloucestershire Chess circular invitation and programme to HM Jubilee Celebration Match at Woodhouse, Oakley Park, Cirencester, lists Herbert E Norris as President, 3 June 1897._x000d_
City of London Chess Club, 7 Grocers’ Hall Court London, letter informing Herbert Norris of his election as member of the Club, 12 April 1899. _x000d_
International Congress of Zoology printed circular inviting Herbert E Norris to the fourth International Congress in Cambridge, 23 August 1898. _x000d_
Worcestershire Naturalists’ Club member’s circular and programme 1899_x000d_
Cotteswold Naturalists’ Field Club list of officers and members with invitation to attend its next meeting, 15 January 1899. _x000d_
Cirencester Football Club list of matches 1898-1899. _x000d_
British Chess Club, London, invitation to membership of the General Committee of the International Tournament, 1899. _x000d_
Letter from Watson Rectory, Gloucester, inviting Norris to become a member of ‘this Society’, 17 July 1896.
NORRIS, Herbert1879-1884UMS/NORRIS/15/Herbert Norris: printed advertisements for various events_x000d_
St Ives Temperance Society programmes: _x000d_
Meeting at Woodhurst, including an address to be given by H. Norris, 1 May 1879._x000d_
23rd Good Friday Festival and the Corn Exchange, 15 April 1881._x000d_
Meeting at the Free Church school room, including a reading ‘The Natural Bridge’ by H. E Norris, 19 October 1881._x000d_
Poster for a lecture ‘The Orbs of Heaven’ by H. E. Norris at Somersham, illustrated with views by a magic lantern, 21 March 1883._x000d_
Meeting at the Free Church school room, including a speech by J. E Norris, 3 December 1883. _x000d_
List of Band of Hope meetings 1882-1883 from Herbert Norris_x000d_
Annual meeting from George Norris, Hon. Secretary, 26 June 1883. _x000d_
Free Temperance Meeting at the Mission Hall [place not stated], 1 December 1883_x000d_
Free Church Sunday School bible readings and conversational meetings, include meetings led by teachers H. Norris, E M Norris and George Norris 1880-1881. _x000d_
As above 1881-1882_x000d_
Free Church Weekly scholar’s meeting, 1883-1884_x000d_
As above 1884-1885. _x000d_
Free Church, series of lectures, including ‘Fossils and Their Teachings’ by Herbert E Norris, 1881-1882._x000d_
St Ives: a Literary and musical entertainment, 2 December 1880. _x000d_
St Ives Literary Institute cash statement, including entry for 6s, payment to H. Norris for a lecture, 1883. _x000d_
Union Chapel Hemingford Grey: Three Days’ Gospel Missions, including Mr H E Norris, January 1883. _x000d_
The Huntingdon YMCA 31st Annual Session, a Soiree held at Trinity Church school room, 1 November 1883._x000d_
Poster for St Ives Primitive Methodist Sabbath School anniversary, including an address to be given by H E Norris, July 1884._x000d_
Ditto May Festival, to be chaired by Herbert E Norris, 1 May 1884_x000d_
1879-1884
NORRIS, Herbertc.1886-1896UMS/NORRIS/16/1-6Herbert Norris: career_x000d_
Business card for ‘Herbert E Norris, Artistic Photographer, Vine Cottage Studio, St Ives, Hunts’, c. 1886_x000d_
Poster advertising ‘Herbert E Norris, photographer, Vine Cottage Studio and Crown Street, St Ives’ listing prices for carte de visites and ‘cabinets’ with ‘a large number of views of St Ives and neighbourhood in stock’, c. 1886_x000d_
Poster advertising ‘Norris’s Sporting Watch’, a new keyless lever watch, giving prices, Herbert E Norris, Cirencester, c.1900._x000d_
Printed invitation from Herbert E Norris, Market Place, Cirencester, to a dance at Apsley Hall_x000d_
Printed form listing dances, possibly for occasion above_x000d_
Christmas card printed inside ‘Good luck and much happiness throughout the ensuing year, are the sincere wishes of Herbert E. Norris, Cirencester’, with envelope.
NORRIS, Herbert1865-1927Herbert Norris: collections _x000d_
Pages from The Municipal Corporations Directory for Huntingdonshire, c. 1865_x000d_
A catalogue of tracts, pamphlets, prints and drawings illustrating Huntingdonshire for sale by John Russell Smith, London annotated by Herbert to indicate items in his collection, 1878_x000d_
Notebook containing [sketchy] biographical notes on people of Huntingdonshire, c. 1895. _x000d_
Scrapbook containing printed bookplates, including an invoice from a dealer, Charles A Massey, 136 Upper Tulse Hill, London, for ‘Ferrar’ plate and others unidentified, 3 April 1905_x000d_
[Contents in need of detailed listing]_x000d_
Noes by Miss Page of bound manuscripts, numbered 401-422, and St Neots bound manuscripts, numbers 806-809, presumably in Herbert Norris’ collection, Nov 1926_x000d_
Letter from ?Ralph Loomes, The Peterborough Advertiser, to Herbert Norris about offering to take a photograph of a coin from Bluntisham. Also enclosing a photograph of a pair of sliver candlesticks formerly belonging to Dendy Sadler, ‘now in the collection of George Bates of Bleak House. Glinton’, 29 Sep 1927
BRIARS, Winifred1965SAVNM2014.4.8Typed letter addressed to R. Copley Esq, dated Jan 18th, 1965, from Winifred Briars regarding the policy to be issued on the premises in Wellington Street, by the Motor Union Insurance Co Ltd, Cambridge. A transaction between the Briars and Mr and Mrs Gillan is mentioned in the letter.
COPLEY, Mr1968SAVNM2014.4.9Typed letter from Copleys Solicitors, 8 Market Hill, St Ives, addressed to Mr and Mrs WCP Briars, dated 9th February 1968 regarding that they have 'received authority to hand the documents over to Messrs Day and Son' and that they 'enclose our modest bill for the work which has been done since this transaction took place'. Stapled to this is a handwritten note dated 9.2.1968 from Copleys regarding 'consultations with and advising on an application through M/S Day on behalf of their clients Mr G, that he was contemplating forming a company with Mr Baker to become shareholders in St I Q C Ltd'…on the reverse of this is a typed reply to the letter which is very faint…from W C P Briars, dated 28 February 1968 sending a cheque for 5 guineas for settlement of the account.
COPLEY Solicitors1964SAVNM2014.4.10Typed letter from Copleys Solicitors, 8 Market Hill, St Ives, addressed to Mr and Mrs WCP Briars, dated 8th December 1964, regarding the insurance policy (for mortgage) under negotiation for 'the premises' via Mr Gillan. On the reverse is a response, dated Dec 12th 1964 from Mrs W Briars regarding 'rounding up the insurance policy'
Yorkshire Insurance Company Ltd1964SAVNM2014.4.11Insurance proposal addressed to Isaac Gillan Esq, 6 Burleigh Terrace, East Street, St Ives, dated 7th October, 1964 regarding a proposal for life assurance for 10 years, sum assured 10,000 pounds. From HNW Smith, Branch Manager
Motor Union Insurance Company Ltd1965SAVNM2014.4.12Typed letter from G L Heywood, Branch Manager of The Motor Union Insurance Company Ltd to Mrs W Briars, Quiet Waters, The Broadway, St Ives, Hunts, dated 15th January 1965 'confirming that a policy is in course of preparation in respect of the building of 1, Wellington Street, St Ives in the sum of 8,000 pounds. Cover will b e for Fire, Riot, Aircraft and Explosion'
Day & Son Solicitors1969SAVNM2014.4.13Typed letter from 'Brian' (Day & Son Solicitors, 18 The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon) to 'Pat' (WCP Briars, Esq, Quiet Waters, The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon), 1st January, 1969 'I have just heard from Messrs Copleys asking for the sum of 4.15.0 or the return of your Deeds. Perhaps you would like to discuss the matter further and I can reply to them'
Day & Son Solicitors1968SAVNM2014.4.14Typed letter from 'Brian' (Day & Son Solicitors, 18 The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon) to 'Pat' (WCP Briars, Esq, Quiet Waters, The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon), 5th June, 1968 'I have had another letter from Copleys saying that they are still holding your cheque for 5 pounds in connection with the account they have with you. You will remember, when they handed us your Deeds, we undertook to return them if their account was not paid and they are now asking for the Deeds back. I understand that you were going to take the matter up with them direct, but perhaps you have not done so.'
Day & Son Solicitors1969SAVNM2014.4.15Typed letter from 'Brian' (Day & Son Solicitors, 18 The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon) to 'Pat' (WCP Briars, Esq, Quiet Waters, The Broadway, St Ives, Huntingdon), 19th March, 1969 'I saw Messrs Copleys yesterday and I am trying to negotiate something with them regarding your costs, but they have said that Mr Gillan took out a mortgage protection policy of 10,000 poinds for ten years and their letter to you of the 8th December 1964 refers to this. Can you please let me know what this is about?'
Day & Son Solicitors1969SAVNM2014.4.16Two typed letters: the first, dated June 30, 1969 to B Green Esq, Messrs Day & Son, The Broadway, St Ives regarding items left at Quality Cleaners and collection of items from Mrs WCP Briars. Larger letter is from 'Brian' Day and Son Solicitors, dated 27th June, 1969 regarding Mr Gillan having the adding machine and promising to return it, along with other missing items.
St Ives Quality Cleaners1964SAVNM2014.4.17Typed list of machinery and fittings in the St Ives Quality Cleaners, June 1, 1964. This includes 2 Hoffman Presses, Old steam table, steam iron, steam bolts, carpet cleaner, polyrobe machine, sludge spirite reclaiming unit, Regina Adding Machine and till, Sewing machine
Papworth & Hinton1961SAVNM2014.4.18Typed letter from Papworth and Hinton, Ingram Street, Huntingdon, to Messars Lavender & Sons, Architect and Surveyor, Crown Yard, St Ives, dated May 19th, 1961…Re: Htg & HW installation for WCP Briars….'our price for Installation as scheme enclosed comprising small bore heating circuit in sub floor supplying No 2 Copperad Convectors and No 5 Units of Coperad 'C' Type Skirting Units each having control valve, circulatr being Sigmund Thermopac with …..etc for the sum of 499.14 pounds.
Papworth & Hinton?1961?SAVNM2014.4.19Drawing showing Heating and Hot Water installation for WCP Briars, St Ives 3331, Quality Cleaners
Papworth and Hinton1962SAVNM2014.4.202 quotations for Mr WCP Briars, Park Avenue, St Ives, dated February 14th 1962 from Papworth and Hintdon, Authorised Plumbers, Heating and Sanitory Engineers to: 'Supply and fix oil fired small bore central heating and hot water system at new St Ives, All as per our Quotation dated May 19th 1961, for the sum of 499.14 pounds' with 'to fix extra rad as invoice No. M 3528' . The second quotation is 'to supply and fix radiator extra to contract' at a price of 9 pounds, 19 and 3.
BOEKEE, Mr T23 Dec 1948UMS/S.IVE/191Receipt for new kitchen, bathroom and lavatory, heating and boiler, totalling £205, 7. 1, at The Jungle, Needingworth Road, St Ives, from Noble & Sons, Heating Engineers, Sanitary plumbers, House Decorators etc. Star Yard, Bridge Street, St Ives
BOEKEE, Mr T1949-1958UMS/S.IVE/1923 receipts for small household items from John Bryant & Son, St Ives Ltd, Drapers & Furnishers, Millinery, Mantels, Dressmaking
BOEKEE, Mr T1956-1958UMS/S.IVE/1933 receipts for household electrical items from Lancroft Radio Ltd, Radio Television & Electrical Engineers, 22 Bridge Street, St Ives,
BOEKEE, Mr T24 Dec 1958UMS/S.IVE/194Receipt for painting and decorating from G Savory, 47 Little Farthing Close, St Ives
BOEKEE, Mr TJan 1959UMS/S.IVE/195Receipt for covering kitchen units with Formica from A R Hemington, Joinery, Carpentry and Repairs, St Audrey Lane, St Ives
SPRINGMORE, Nicholas1754UMS/CONIN/10Pedigree of the Cotton of Conington
Huntingdon Literary and Scientific Institute1880-1904BMS/HUNTN/24Huntingdon Literary and Scientific Institute Committee minute book 26 March 1880 - 1 January 1904
Various (unknown)1692-1876UMS/HUNTS/49Miscellaneous late 17th – 19th century manuscripts and printed papers, including plans of crudely pasted in a book previously used for elections. Eaton Socon, Eynesbury, Great Paxton, Hail Weston, St Neots, Southoe and Toseland area, Huntingdonshire. Detailed list of contents available.
Great Northern Railway London-York1845-1857UMS/RLWAY/27Bundle of papers o1riginating from George Day, solicitor, St Neots: correspondence about railway coming to St Neots, notable inhabitants in favour 1845-1850, 2 copies of Act, 1846, Claims by landowners from Eynesbury, Great Paxton and Offord Darcy 1847
WHITE, Francis, Bishop of Ely1632UMS/S.NEO/661Document (in Latin) dated 17th March 1632 - includes the name Samuel Wotton and is signed by the bishop of Ely; purport obscure.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1826UMS/S.NEO/662Letter from G.C. Gorham at Clapham, 24th July 1826, to his sister Martha at St Neots asking her to send him all the drawings of St Neots & Eynesbury because he has sold them to the Duke of Buckingham for £25. "I am almost sorry to part with them, but the money will be of more importance to me in the future than the drawings."
Herbert, Dennis1827SAVNM2013.5bLeather-bound booklet: 'Brewery Observations made by DH, beginning Sept 14th 1829. Handwritten book with details relating to the Brewery, Huntingdon (needs transcribing). Also one separate sheet written 'Porter Brewery, January 6th, 47'
NORRIS, Herbert1874-1894UMS/NORRIS/13/1-22Herbert Norris: Education_x000d_
Various certificates and prizes awarded to H. E Norris from the following: _x000d_
Huntingdonshire Sunday School Union Scripture Examinations for scholars, certificate of Excellence for ‘Joseph’, 2nd Division, 3rd Certificate, 1874_x000d_
Department of Science and Art, a prize of the 1st Grade at the Annual Examination of children in Elementary Day Schools, for Freehand Drawing March 1875_x000d_
Model Drawing, March 1876_x000d_
Science and Art Department of the Committee of HM most Honourable Privy Council on Education for _x000d_
Physical Geography, 3 May 1875_x000d_
Geology, 15 May 1876_x000d_
Elementary Botany, 15 May 1878_x000d_
Geology, 10 May 1878_x000d_
Physiography, 8 May 1879_x000d_
Geology (advanced stage), 12 May 1879_x000d_
Principles of Agriculture, 30 April 1880_x000d_
Magnetism and Electricity, 28 April 1880_x000d_
Animal Physiology, 4 May 1880_x000d_
Elementary Botany, (advanced stage), 12 May 1880_x000d_
Mathematics, 12 May 1884_x000d_
Drawing in Light and Shade, 2 May 1894_x000d_
St Ives Literary Institute, First Prize for an essay ‘Omnia Labor Vincit’, second prize awarded to Mr F Redman ‘Use the means and God will give the Blessing’, 22 April 1881_x000d_
Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington, Normal School of Science, Special Course of Instruction in Physiography to Science Teacher, 1882_x000d_
Published list by the Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education of successful candidates in Honours in a number of subjects, including Herbert, whose occupation is given as ‘boot maker’ for Principles of Agriculture, May 1884_x000d_
Sunday School Union: Teachers Local Examinations, History and Doctrine, February 1882_x000d_
‘Theism and Related subjects, 21 February 1884 with press cutting from the Sunday School Chronicle, listing all candidates, 9 May 1884_x000d_
University of Oxford, Delegacy for the Extension of Teaching beyond the limits of the University, certificate of attendance of lectures at Cirencester, and examination for Physiography, listing all candidates, Michaelmas Term 1896
WADE GERY, C.R.1876UMS/S.NEO/663Letter to George Bower, dated 20th November 1876, telling him he has been unanimously elected chairman at the first meeting of the St Neots Local Board, pinned to a page of minutes dated 1st December 1876 (almost illegible & plainly written at the time) giving Bower's speech when he took the chair.
ST NEOTS GAS AND COKE COMPANY1846UMS/S.NEO/664Subscribers to the Saint Neots Gas and Coke Company (with "original" and "1846" added in pencil): list of 52 applicants, giving their names, occupations, residences, numbers of shares applied for and allotted, and the amount of the shares and of the deposits - the total shares adding up to £2500 and the deposits to £250.
BRADLEY, Edward1973UMS/GLATT/26Letter written from Stretton Rectory, Oakham, dated 25th July 1873, to V. de Montgomery in London, telling him no cheap edition of his "Rook's Garden" has been published. "For three of my books, published at 10/6 - 6/6 - 6/6 by publishers of good name I have not yet received one halfpenny - so, I can personally sympathise with you."
HAIL WESTON MEETING HOUSENo dateUMS/HAILW/44Extracted from the Church Book of the Hail Weston meeting house. (Extracts re history of meeting house from 1757 to 1802).
----UMS/HUNTS/30This number vacant. The MS previously indexed with this number has since been identified as referring to Gt Paxton and is now catalogued as UMS/PAXTN/70.
UPWOOD, Manor of1689UMS/UPWOD/324Upwood Manorial Court held 9th April 1689
UPWOOD, Manor of1698 (i)UMS/UPWOD/325Upwood Manorial Court held 7th May 1698
UPWOOD, Manor of1698 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/326Upwood Manorial Court held 7th May 1698
UPWOOD, Manor of1699UMS/UPWOD/327Upwood Manorial Court held 20th April 1699
UPWOOD, Manor of1700 (i)UMS/UPWOD/328Upwood Manorial Court held 3rd April 1700
UPWOOD, Manor of1701UMS/UPWOD/329Upwood Manorial Court held 3rd March 1701
UPWOOD, Manor of1702 (i)UMS/UPWOD/330Upwood Manorial Court held 30th May 1702
UPWOOD, Manor of1702 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/331Upwood Manorial Court held 1st June 1702
UPWOOD, Manor of1703 (i)UMS/UPWOD/332Upwood Manorial Court held 1st August 1703
UPWOOD, Manor of1703 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/333Upwood Manorial Court held 28th September 1703
UPWOOD, Manor of1705 (i)UMS/UPWOD/334Upwood Manorial Court held 13th July 1705.
UPWOOD, Manor of1711 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/335Upwood Manorial Court held 4th October 1711
UPWOOD, Manor of1712 (i)UMS/UPWOD/336Upwood Manorial Court held 9th October 1712
UPWOOD, Manor of1720 (i)UMS/UPWOD/337Upwood Manorial Court held 22nd April 1720
UPWOOD, Manor of1724 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/338Upwood Manorial Court held 29th May 1724
UPWOOD, Manor of1727 (i)UMS/UPWOD/339Upwood Manorial Court held 26th May 1727
UPWOOD, Manor of1729-41UMS/UPWOD/340A volume containing Courts held at Upwood 30th May 1729, 18th June 1731, 14th June 1733, 2nd October 1734, 1st June 1737, 4th July 1738, 21st July 1741; also Warboys 30th May 1729, 2nd April 1730, 19th June 1731, 8th June 1732, 8th September 1733, 3rd September 1734, 29th April 1736, 2nd June 1737, 6th July 1738; Rampton Lyles 3rd June 1729, 22nd June 1731, 19th June 1733, 30th April 1736, 27th April 1739. (A copy of the will of Henry Angell, 3rd February 1731 occurs after the Court held at Warboys, 8th September 1732).
UPWOOD, Manor of1734 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/341Upwood Manorial Court held 1st October 1734
UPWOOD, Manor of1749 (i)UMS/UPWOD/342Upwood Manorial Court held 11th April 1749
UPWOOD, Manor of1754UMS/UPWOD/343Upwood Manorial Court held 16th May 1754
UPWOOD, Manor ofNo date (v)UMS/UPWOD/344Upwood Manorial Court held 4th October (no year mentioned.)
UPWOOD, Court of1699UMS/UPWOD/345Public notice to be given to the holding of Court at Upwood on 20th April 1699
MANTON, Matthew1683UMS/UPWOD/346Matthew Manton a tenant of Upwood surrenders his tenement there to the use of William Peacock of Huntingdon, 29th October 1683.
HOLMES, Susanna1685UMS/UPWOD/347Susanna Holmes of Warboys surrenders property in Upwood to the use of William Peacock of Huntingdon, 2nd October 1685.
RICHARDSON, Thomas1686UMS/UPWOD/348Thomas Richardson surrenders property in Upwood to Reginald Mitchell, 14th March 1686.
WOODWARD, Edward1687UMS/UPWOD/349Edward Woodward surrenders his messuage in Upwood to Thomas Cox of Broughton, Hunts., 2nd April 1687.
MARTYN, William1688UMS/UPWOD/350William Martyn surrenders his messuage in Upwood to Richard Carr and John Sherard, 17th January 1688.
CAMPION, John1695 (i)UMS/UPWOD/351John Campion surrenders his messuage in Upwood to John Hanger, 15th January 1695.
CAMPION, John1695 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/352John Campion surrenders lands in Upwood to his son John Campion, 12th February 1695.
HANGER, John1695UMS/UPWOD/353John Hanger surrenders a messuage etc. in Upwood, 19th March 1695.
GRIMSLEY, John1696UMS/UPWOD/354John Grimsley surrenders his copyhold cottage in Upwood to Robert Martin of Upwood, 21st May 1696.
POTTON, William1697UMS/UPWOD/355William Potton surrenders his arable lands in Upwood to Joseph Hanger, 20th February 1697.
DANIEL, Henry1697UMS/UPWOD/356Henry Daniel surrenders a cottage in Upwood to William Browne of Upwood, 22nd April 1697.
ANCHOR, John1697UMS/UPWOD/357John Anchor surrenders a copyhold cottage to Henry Marriott of Upwood, 5th May 1697.
HOLMES, William1698UMS/UPWOD/358William Holmes of Warboys surrenders land in Upwood to Anne Pate of Upwood, 11th March 1698.
RAGSDELL, Thomas1698UMS/UPWOD/359Thomas Ragsdale of Ashton, Oundle, surrenders property in Upwood to Robert Ragsdale his son, 5th June 1698.
PELL, Thomas1698UMS/UPWOD/360Thomas Pell surrenders land to Nathaniel Middleton of Upwood, 2nd July 1698.
OLYMAN, John1699UMS/UPWOD/361John Olyman of Upwood surrenders copyhold lands to his mother Margaret Olyman and other relatives, 20th August 1699.
PICKARD, Peter1700UMS/UPWOD/362Peter Pickard surrenders messuage to Mary Pickard and other relatives, 13th May 1700.
RAGSDALE, Robert1700UMS/UPWOD/363Robert Ragsdale of Ashton, Northants., surrenders property in Upwood, 6th August 1700.
RAGSDALE, Robert1701UMS/UPWOD/364Robert Ragsdale of Ashton surrenders property in Upwood Manor to Robert Gregory of Warmington, Northants., 5th March 1701.
PATE, John1703UMS/UPWOD/365John Pate surrenders land in the fields of Upwood in favour of himself, his sister and family, 19th January 1703.
MIDDLETON, Nathaniel1703UMS/UPWOD/366Nathaniel Middleton surrenders properties in Upwood to Michael Middleton of Upwood, 24th February 1703.
THOMPSON, Charles1703UMS/UPWOD/367Charles Thompson surrenders property in Upwood to Rose Thompson his wife and others, 18th November 1703.
MASON, Samuel1704UMS/UPWOD/368Samuel Mason of Effingham, Rutland, surrenders a messuage in Upwood to Daniel Holmes of Warboys, 18th May 1704.
CATLIN, Thomas1706UMS/UPWOD/369Thomas Catlin of Sawtry surrenders land in the fields of Upwood to John Catlin, his son, 23rd January 1706.
COPE, William1706UMS/UPWOD/370William Cope surrenders lands in the Manor of Upwood for the uses mentioned in his will, 20th November 1706.
COALES, John1707UMS/UPWOD/371John Coales of Fenton, Hunts, surrenders land in the fields of Upwood to John Wilshere of Upwood, 23rd January 1707.
OLYMAN, James1707UMS/UPWOD/372John Olyman surrenders property in Upwood to John Gregory of Great Raveley, 17th April 1707.
NEWMAN, John1708 (i)UMS/UPWOD/373John Newman of Upwood surrenders land in Upwood to Richard Middleton of Upwood, 27th February 1708.
NEWMAN, John1708 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/374John Newman of Upwood surrenders a messuage in Upwood to John Wilshere of Upwood, 27th February 1708.
CATLIN, Thomas1708UMS/UPWOD/375Thomas Catlin surrenders pasture land in New Meadows to Samuel Harrison of Upwood, 6th April 1708.
RABY, Bartholemew1708UMS/UPWOD/376Bartholemew Raby of Upwood surrenders messuage in Upwood to Helen Raby his wife and heirs, 30th April 1708.
PELL, John1708UMS/UPWOD/377John Pell surrenders tenaments in Upwood to John Hanger of Upwood, 6th July 1708.
MITCHELL, William1708UMS/UPWOD/378Willam Mitchell surrenders messuage etc. in Upwood to himself and his wife, and afterwards to John Ellis, 13th December 1708.
NEWMAN, John1708 (iii)UMS/UPWOD/379John Newman of Upwood surrenders meadow in Upwood for the use of John Bleinston of Great Raveley, 27th January 1708.
NEWMAN, John1708 (iv)UMS/UPWOD/380John Newman surrenders land in Upwood to Nathaniel Coddington of Upwood, 27th January 1708.
NEWMAN, John1708 (v)UMS/UPWOD/381John Newman surrenders messuage etc. in Upwood to Charles Silk of Great Raveley, 27th January 1708/9
CARRINGTON, Edward1709UMS/UPWOD/382Edward Carrington surrenders a fifth part of a messuage in Upwood to Katherine Mitchell, spinster, 2nd February 1709.
SMITH, Charles1709UMS/UPWOD/383Charles Smith surrenders a fifth part of a messuage in Upwood to Katherine Mitchell, spinster, 2 February 1709
NEVILL, Fleetwood1709UMS/UPWOD/384Fleetwood Nevill, clerk, surrenders fifth part of a messuage in Upwood to Katherine Mitchell, spinster, 2nd February 1709.
SPARROW, Mary1709UMS/UPWOD/385Mary Sparrow, widow, surrenders fifth part of a messuage in Upwood to Katherine Mitchell, spinster, 2nd February 1709.
RABY, Bartholemew1709UMS/UPWOD/386Batholemew Raby surrenders Upwood Court cottage to Elizabeth Mastuse, 10th May 1709.
CAMPION, John1709UMS/UPWOD/387John Campion surrenders his messuage etc. to his wife and her heirs, 10th February 1709.
CODDINGTON, Nathaniel1710UMS/UPWOD/388Nathaniel Coddington, clerk, surrenders 25 acres in Upwood to the uses specified in his last will and testament, 14th April 1710.
MITCHELL, Catherine1710UMS/UPWOD/389Catherine Mitchell, spinster, surrenders the close called Jenkins Close to the use specified in her last will and testament, 14th April 1710.
READ, Nathaniel1710UMS/UPWOD/390Nathaniel Read of Sutton, Isle of Ely, surrenders a half messuage etc. in Upwood to Daniel Holmes of Warboys, 3rd November 1710.
HARRISON, Samuel1710UMS/UPWOD/391Samuel Harrison surrenders 3 acres of meadow land at Crosses Stile to Michael Middleton, 8th December 1710.
31ST FOOT1789UMS/MILIT/01Royal Warrant for the pay of the 31st or Huntingdonshire Regiment of Foot for 365 days to Dec. 24 1789, to the Paymaster General for Lt General Clarke.
31ST FOOT1790UMS/MILIT/02Royal Warrant for the pay of the 31st or Huntingdonshire Regiment of Foot, to Dec. 24 1790.
31ST FOOT1791UMS/MILIT/03Royal Warrant for the pay of the 31st or Huntingdonshire Regiment of Foot, to Dec. 24 1791
ABBOT, Ann1703, 1704, 1708UMS/EYNES/152Tenancy and surrender of cottages in the manor and rectory of Eynesbury by Ann Abbot to John West.
ABBOTS RIPTON ETC., Manor of1434UMS/ABB.R/01Court roll of the manors of Abbots Ripton, Wardeboys and Stukeley Parva.
ABBOTS RIPTON MANOR1585UMS/KIMBN/194Grant of land, dated 28 Elizabeth (1585). Concerns land in many places in Bedfordshire, but names the Manor of St John Ripton alias Abbots Ripton. Latin text.
ABBOTSLEY-UMS/ABBTYSee also UMS/E & P/11(8) - list of voters in Abbotsley 1858-9.
ABBOTT, Benjamin1682UMS/S.NEO/623Sale/agreement: receipt of sums of money from Benjamin Abbott of St Neots, combmaker, in total £120 . . . the several sums by the hands of Joseph Maidson and Ann, of Godmanchester, Joseph Abbott, Charles Abbott, butcher and grocer of St Neots respectively . . . for a messuage and tenement etc in St Neots. Signatures and tags for seals, 29 December 1682.
ABBOTT, Benjamin1683 (i)UMS/EYNES/145Declaration of Benjamin Abbott of St Neots, combmaker, that he has paid John Ventris £242 for property.
ABBOTT, Benjamin1683 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/105Lease for a year and Release of a messuage in St Neots: Benjamin Abbott of St Neots, combe-maker, to John Dentris of the same, gent.
ABBOTT, Benjamin1683 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/181Bond whereby Benjamin Abbott of St Neots acknowledges himself bound to John Ventris of the same, to perform certain covenants.
ABBOTT, Daniel1681UMS/S.NEO/158Release of a messuage in St Neots: Daniel Abbott of Godmanchester to Benjamin Abbott of St Neots.
ABBOTT, John1662UMS/HEM.G/042John Abbott, tenant, surrenders land to the Lord of the Manor, Hemingford Grey.
ABBOTT, Joseph1682UMS/S.NEO/172Bond for performance of covenants between Joseph Abbott of St Neots, Joseph Maidson of Godmanchester, and Charles Abbott of St Neots.
ABBOTT, Joseph1684UMS/S.NEO/257Covenant between Joseph Abbott of St Neots, butcher, and Henry Fox of the same, blacksmith.
ABBOTT, Joseph1684 (i)UMS/S.NEO/139Conveyance of a messuage in St Neots: Joseph Abbott of St Neots, butcher, and Ann his wife, to Henry Fox of the same, blacksmith. With covenant to levy a fine.
ABBOTT, Joseph1684 (ii)UMS/LANDS/27Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, "tempo 36 Carolus II Anno 1684". Text in Latin, not fully transcribed. Names Henry Fey (or perhaps Sey?) and relates to messuage and pasture in "Villa St Neots". Names also Joseph Abbott and Anna.
ABBOTT, Joseph1684 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/186Bond: Joseph Abbott to Henry Fox for performance of covenant.
ABBOTT, Thomas1669UMS/STILT/32Release by Thomas Abbott, late of Holme, baker, to William Tompson of Stilton, clerk, of a messuage and close adjoining, in Holme: reciting an indenture of mortgage dated 19 Charles II, by the said Thomas Abbott to Sir John Cotton of Connington, Bart., of the said premises to secure payment of £55, the said Thomas defaulting Sir John Cotton was seized of the premises and sold them to the said William Tompson.
ABBOTT, William1794UMS/S.NEO/349Receipt for £2.6.0. paid by William Abbott for expenses of auction sale, also statement of account.
ABBOTT, William1814UMS/S.NEO/178Agreement between William Abbott of the one part, and John Abbott and Judith his wife, William Simpson and Hannah his wife, and William Abbott and Elizabeth his wife of the other part, concerning four messuages, four barns, four gardens, and one acre of land in St Neots.
ABBOTT, William Ward1870UMS/EYNES/111Copy of the will of William Ward Abbott of Eynesbury.
ABEARN, William1767 (i)UMS/KIMBN/005Copy of the will of William Abearn of Kimbolton.
ABEARN, William1767 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/178Will of William Abearn. A number of legacies include (probably) married daughters: Bennet of Upton, Browning of Easton, Freeman of Huntingdon, etc.
ABRAHAM, George1821UMS/OFFRD/35Indenture/mortgage, Mr George Abraham to Mr Thomas Harper (of Ray House, Southoe), premises in Offord Darcy.
ABRAHAM, George1824 (i)UMS/OFFRD/13Abstract of the title of George Abraham to a freehold cottage and premises in Offord Darcy.
ABRAHAM, George1824 (ii)UMS/OFFRD/36Draft Release of property between George Abraham, labourer, Thomas Hunt of Offord Cluny and Joseph Saville of St. Neots, draper. 21 October 1824.
ABRAHAM, George1841UMS/OFFRD/08Abstract of the title of George Abraham, Thomas Bowyer and William Bowyer to a freehold estate in Offord Darcy.
ABRAHAM, STOREY1850UMS/ADMIN/20Brief of Mr Day of St Neots: plaintiffs Abraham and Storey versus the Great Northern Railway Co. alleging obstruction of the public highway in Huntingdonshire, Hunts. Assizes 1850.
OLD WESTON1840UMS/O.WES/46Abstract of deeds relating to an estate at Old Weston.
ABSTRACTS OF ADMISSIONS1703-1714UMS/STO.L/22Abstracts of Admissions and surrenders of property in Stow and Catworth. Also Abstracts of Bonds relating to the same.
UPWOOD1753UMS/UPWOD/026Account for measuring and surveying lands at Upwood.
UPWOOD, Manor of1727-44UMS/UPWOD/024Account of fines for the Manor of Upwood: 1727, 1729, 1738, 1741, 1742 and 1744.
ACHURCH, Samuel1831UMS/S.NEO/048Copy of the will of Samuel Achurch of St Neots.
ACTON, John1710UMS/S.IVE/050Surrender by John Acton of St Ives, drover, of premises and an Inn called the Cross Keys, in St Ives, to the use of anyone nominated by John Harkness of St Ives, or to him, etc. he seeks to be admitted tenant.
ACTS OF PARLIAMENTVariousUMS/FENS/02Rough notes re drainage acts etc.
ADAMS, Elizabeth1890UMS/HUNTN/021Probate of the will of Elizabeth Adams of Huntingdon, spinster.
ADAMS, Jonathan1829UMS/EYNES/075Abstract of the title of Jonathan Adams, Nevil Day and John Brown, trustees of the will of William Mole, to the manor or reputed manor of Barford in the Cos. of Beds. and Hunts., or one of them, and to a farm and several cottages in Little Barford.
ADAMSON, Charles Alexander1800UMS/HUNTN/035Release in fee: Charles Alexander Adamson of Portsmouth, to Abram Gompert Emdin of the same place, of premises in Huntingdon.
AFFORD, Sarah1824UMS/SPALD/001Abstract of title: Sarah Afford to premises held of the manor of Spaldwick.
AINSWORTH1686UMS/RAMSY/138Bond/Covenant. Mary Ainsworth of Brampton, widow, Elizabeth Ainsworth, spinster, Samuel Ainsworth of Witton, clerk, to Charles Hammond of Ramsey, yeoman. Bond £84, 1 September 1686.
AINSWORTH, Samuel1690UMS/S.NEO/195Release of property in St Neots: Lear Mills, widow, and Henry Fox of St Neots, to Samuel Ainsworth of Wyton, clerk.
AINSWORTH, Susannah1870UMS/KIMBN/069Manor of Kimbolton: absolute surrender by the trustees under the will of Susannah Ainsworth, to George Saunders of two allotments of land in Kimbolton.
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONSNo dateUMS/HUNTS/09ARP Register of Respirators: entries cover the parishes of Hemingford Grey, Broughton, Pidley cum Fenton, Hilton, Woodhurst, Hemingford Abbots, Holywell cum Needingworth, Earith. Names and masks issued, some address details. Presumably Second World War.
ALBONE1831-34UMS/GT.GR/110ALBONE COLLECTION. Various accounts from Mr Albone at Great Gransden to Mr Day at St. Neots. Financial difficulties mentioned. Some details of land and crops.
ALCOCK, John1743UMS/RAMSY/070Copy of the will of John Alcock of Ramsey.
ALGOOD, John1786UMS/HEM.G/092Order to convey John Allgood from the parish of Hemingford Grey to the parish of Childerley, Cambs.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH BROUGHTON1574-1812UMS/BROUG/33Marriage Registers 1574-1812, transcript by Rev. W.M. Noble.
ALLENNo dateUMS/HILTN/10Indenture: "Allen et al to ……..". Land in Hilton, with many names, signatures or marks and seals. Probably late 17th.C but cutting has resulted in loss of preamble.
ALLEN, John1691UMS/TILBR/12Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of John Allen.
ALLEN, John1710UMS/TILBR/21Manor of Tilbrook: surrender by John Allen of a messuage in Tilbrook to the use of John Izard.
ALLGOOD, Elizabeth1786UMS/HEM.G/090Examination by a magistrate of Elizabeth Allgood from Caldecote, Cambs., to Hemingford Grey for poor rate purposes.
ALLGOOD, William1767UMS/HEM.G/077Certificate of settlement of William Allgood dwelling in Hemingford Grey, to be legally settled in Willingham.
ALLGOOD, William1786UMS/HEM.G/091Order to convey William Allgood and family from Hemingford Grey to the overseers of Willingham, Cambs.
ALLISON, George1873UMS/KIMBN/056Conditions of sale and agreement for the purchase of George Allison's estate in Kimbolton, sold to W.H.C. Hall.
ALLNUTT, Thomas1808UMS/GODMC/106Lease of a farm in Godmanchester for 14 years: Thomas Allnutt of Huntingdon to Thomas Luff of Brampton, grocer, and Thomas Laimdy of Godmanchester, farmer.
ALLON, James1774UMS/HOUGH/02Bond whereby James Allon of Houghton, labourer, acknowledges himself bound to John Crisp of Swavesey Co. Cambs. to perform certain covenants.
ALLPRESS, John1801 (i)UMS/S.IVE/008Copy of the will of John Allpress of St Ives, gent.
ALLPRESS, John1801 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/040Probate of the will of John Allpress of St Ives, gent.
ALLPRESS, John & Susannah1747UMS/SOMER/60Court Baron and Customary Court Roll (Somersham), October 14 1747. John Allpress and Susannah his wife: surrender of messuage and pasture in Bluntisham. Names: William Custance, Richard Huske the younger, Richard Lavender. Susannah admitted.
ALPRESS, John1771UMS/BROUG/28Surrender (Manor of Broughton) by John Allpress, to the use of Richard Reynolds, of a tenement and orchard in Broughton. Admission of Richard Reynolds to the same.
ALSOP, Thomas1747UMS/G.STA/063Manor of Beachamstead: Absolute surrender of a messuage, Thomas Alsop to Lewis Alsop both of Gt Staughton.
ALWOODS, Silvester1609UMS/BYTHN/08Conveyance by Silvester Alwoods of Catworth Magna, co. Hunts., gent., to Richard Desborough of Bythorn, co. Hunts., blacksmith, of a parcel of waste ground in Morden Field in Bythorn.
AMWELL1632-33UMS/UPWOD/200Amwell Court fines, quit rents, wood sold 1632-33.
ANDERSON, Henry1702UMS/RAMSY/052Conveyance by Henry Anderson of Ramsey, yeoman, to Susannah Robinson his sister, of the same, widow, of a parcel of fen in the Load End in the Manor of Ramsey.
ANDERSON, John1777UMS/FENST/12Exemplification under the seal of the Common Pleas of a recovery suffered in Michaelmas term 18 Geo. III between John Anderson, gent., demandant, and Carey Bayly, gent., tenant, concerning a messuage and land in Fenstanton and Hemingford Grey. Vouchers: John Bullen and Elizabeth his wife, and Thomas Francis Martin.
ANDERSON, Stephen1755UMS/S.NEO/108Conveyance of a messuage or tenement with premises in St Neots: Stephen Anderson of Manby, Lincs., gent., to John Jackson of St Neots and Elizabeth his wife.
ANDERSON, William1783UMS/HEM.A/22Feoffment (attested copy): William Anderson of Coppingford, labourer, to Eleanor Wilson of Hemingford Abbots, of property in Hemingford Abbots.
ANGELL, John1734UMS/ABB.R/02Will of John Angell, late of Abbots Ripton, Yeoman, proved by Richard Racey, executor.
ANGELL, William1730UMS/RAMSY/013Receipt from William Angell to Thomas Burges, executor of Thomas Hinson, late of Bury, for £200 in full of a legacy left him by the said Hinson.
ANNSLEY, Richard1820UMS/KIMBN/028Draft abstract of the title to premises in Kimbolton, late the estate of Richard Annsley.
ANNUAL MONITOR1813-92UMS/GENEA/53Quaker obituaries: extracts for Huntingdonshire Quaker families from the Annual Monitor, with particular reference to Potto Brown's family; copied by Norris.
APPLETON, James1834UMS/S.NEO/374Letter praising Rev Appleton's ministry at St Neots.
APPLETON, JamesNo dateUMS/S.NEO/335Petition from the inhabitants of St Neots to the Lord Chancellor and to G.B. Rooper MP requesting that their curate Rev James Appleton be appointed their vicar.
APPLETON, John1847UMS/S.NEO/595Collection of letters: replies to Rev Appleton's appeal for financial assistance from incumbents and prominent gentry, and others. (In particular "March 13, Osborne House: The Prince regrets that numerous claims for pecuniary aid prevent His Royal Highness from giving a favousable consideration . . ."). However the Queen Dowager (at Marlborough House) sent £20, insisting on a receipt.
APPLETON, John1847-1848UMS/S.NEO/592Collection of six letters received by Rev John Appleton of St Neots, fund raising for St Neots church, 1847-8: a) from "T. Ely" (i.e. the bishop presumably), Ely House, London re legal aspects of the alterations; b) S.Hitching, Stratford on Avon; c) Tho. Walker, Offord D'Arcy; d) John Warren, Graveley; e) S. Hitching, Stratford (second half of £5 note); f) Tho. Barnard to Sam. Day, re sum of money paid in to bank, offers two sovereigns.
ABBOTSLEY, Manor of1862UMS/WARES/02Deputation or appointment of a gamekeeper for the several manors of Abbotsley, Tetworth and Waresley.
APREECE, Thomas Hussey1779UMS/STILT/03Counterpart of lease of land in Stilton for 52 years: Thomas Hussey Apreece Esq. of Washingley to Elizabeth Venimore of Stamford.
APRICE, Robert1656UMS/DENTN/04Survey and terrier of lands in Denton Co. Hunts., parcell of the possessions of Robert Aprice of Deene Co. Northants., gent.
APTHORP, Rev Stephen and BANKS, Rev Thomas1780 (i)UMS/BRAMP/14Release. Rev Stephen Apthorp and Rev Thomas Banks to William Palmer of cottages and land in Brampton.
APTHORP, Rev Stephen and BANKS, Rev Thomas1780 (ii)UMS/BRAMP/15Lease for a year. Rev Stephen Apthorp and Rev Thomas Banks to William Palmer of Brampton of property in Brampton.
APTHORP, Stephen1697UMS/GT.GR/098Conveyance of property in Gt Gransden: Stephen Apthorp of Little Gransden and Alice his wife, to John Coolidge of Gt Gransden.
ARCHAEOLOGYNo dateUMS/HUNTS/34Miscellaneous notes concerning archaeological finds, artifacts etc. which cannot be usefully sorted. They refer to, or have some connection with, Huntingdonshire.
ARCHDEACON1805UMS/S.NEO/297Draft of feoffment of premises in Eaton, Mr Archdeacon.
ARCHDEACON, Samuel1762UMS/S.NEO/156Attested copy of release of a messuage and grant of a thoroughfare in St Neots: Samuel Archdeacon of St Neots, gent., and Rev William Bidwell of Grafton Underwood, Northants., clerk, to Rev Stephen Whisson of Trinity College, Cambridge.
ARCHER, Benjamin1798UMS/ABBTY/01Probate of the will of Benjamin Archer, Yeoman.
ARCHER, John1650UMS/BRAMP/16Indenture between John Archer of Middlesex and William Hedley of Brampton concerning Joseph Throckmorton and land and tenements in Brampton Park and Manor.
ARCHER, Mary1798 (i)UMS/ABBTY/02Admission of Mary Archer, widow.
ARCHER, Mary1798 (ii)UMS/ABBTY/03Surrender to the use of Mrs Mary Archer's will.
ARCHER, Mary1800UMS/ABBTY/19Receipt for five pounds bequeathed by Mary Archer of Abbotsley to John Keech.
ARCHER, Thomas1771UMS/LEIGH/02Copy of the will of Thomas Archer of Leighton.
ARMS, William1868UMS/NON-H/024The manor of Chelston cum Caldecott, Northants: admission of Wlliam Arms on the surrender of Thomas Pashler and Thomas Hinsham, dated 24th September 1868. The property, a dwelling house in Chelston. Note reference to the will of Jeremy Marchant.
ARMSTRONG, Charles1800 (i)UMS/GRAFM/01Copy of the probate of the will of Charles Armstrong of Grafham, farmer.
ARMSTRONG, Charles1800 (ii)UMS/GRAFM/03Copy of the will of Charles Armstrong of Grafham.
ARMSTRONG, Thomas1878UMS/GRAFM/05Abstract of Title: freehold farm and lands in the parish of Grafham, Mr Thomas Armstrong. Abstract begins Aug. 17th 1749, John Haynes of Waresley, a capital messuage called Browns.
ARNALD1722 (i)UMS/NON-H/010Indenture, dated 9th April 1722 (see smaller document, UMS/ NON-H/011, concerning this property in Houghton Conquest, Beds.)
ARNALD1722 (ii)UMS/NON-H/011Lease of land in Grange Wood, Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire: Mr Arnald to Thomas Armstrong Esq, dated 7th April 1722. Cf UMS/NON-H/010.
ARNALD MichaelNo dateUMS/NON-H/046Indenture: agreement before the Justices at Westminster, tempo Queen Anne, re pasture at Ampthill, Flitwick & Houghton Conquest, Beds. Text in Latin, preliminary reading suggests that parties defending were Michael Arnald, gent. and Susanna his wife. Property to Cater and Folkingham.
ARNALD, Michael1710UMS/NON-H/047Indenture: agreement before the Justices at Westminster, tenth year of Queen Anne, property in Ampthill, Houghton Conquest etc., Michael Arnald and his wife to Toone and Fermer. See UMS/NON-H/046 which refers to the same property.
ARNOLD, Elizabeth1794UMS/S.NEO/094Release of a cottage and malthouse in St Neots: Elizabeth Arnold of St Neots, widow, to William Fowler of the same, common brewer and maltster.
ARNOLD, Elizabeth1802UMS/S.NEO/145Bond for quiet enjoyment of premises in St Neots, and for further assurance: Elizabeth Arnold and George Arnold, both of St Neots, to Samuel Gilson of the same.
ARNOLD, Francis1790UMS/S.NEO/112Copy of the will of Francis Arnold of St Neots, builder.
ARNOLD, Isaac1818UMS/SOUTH/02Abstract of title of Isaac Arnold to premises in Southoe, late Anderson's.
ARNOLD, James1823UMS/STILT/02Draft of the will of James Arnold of Stilton.
ARNOLD, James1825UMS/KIMBN/036Draft of release of a piece of ground in Kimbolton, with declaration of the uses of a fine levied, and covenant for the production of title deeds: James Arnold to Rev John Martyn.
ARNOLD, James1826UMS/KIMBN/033Draft lease of a messuage and grocer's and draper's shop in Kimbolton: James Arnold to John Islip, both of Kimbolton.
ARNOLD, James1833UMS/KIMBN/027Abstract of the title of James Arnold to freehold premises in Kimbolton; and letters.
ASBOURNE, Robert1584UMS/FENST/06Copy of court roll of the manor of Henry Berkley, knight, Lord Berkley etc., surrender by Robert Asbourne of a piece of land called the Gravel Pit, to the use of William Lyndsey and others.
ASHBY1831UMS/NON-H/043Lease of land in Cambridge, Ashby-Martin, dated 1831. See also UMS/NON-H/40-42 and 44).
ASHBY, John1823 (i)UMS/NON-H/007Deed: appointment and release of a piece of ground in the Town of Cambridge, Mr John Ashby to Mr Jonathan Gysup, gardener and Mr Thomas Watts, merchant, dated 30th September 1823. Cf UMS/NON-H/008.
ASHBY, John1823 (ii)UMS/NON-H/042Lease involving John Ashby, butler of Benet College: land near Hills Road. See also UMS/NON-H/40-41.
ASHBY, John1825 (i)UMS/NON-H/040Indenture Ashby-Martin: John Ashby was a butler at Benet College, Cambridge. See also lease of 1825, UMS/NON-H/041.
ASHBY, John1825 (ii)UMS/NON-H/041Lease of property in Cambridge, John Ashby to William Martin. See also associated indenture, UMS/NON-H/040.
ASHBY, John1831UMS/NON-H/044John Ashby, Butler of Benet College, release of land in Hills Road, Cambridge.
ASHCROFT, Felix1800UMS/YELLG/03Copy of the will of Felix Ashcroft of Yelling.
ASHLEY, W.1890UMS/S.NEO/642Brief letter, headed "Market Sq. St Neots" from W. Ashley to Mr Wright re supply of envelopes, dated in pencil "Aug 11/90".
ASHLING1830UMS/G.STA/006Abstract of Title: Mr Ashling to estate at Dillington, Great Staughton.
ASHMAN, William1727UMS/HEM.G/067Certificate of settlement of William Ashman in the parish of Willingham.
ASHTON, Christopher1685-1688UMS/LANDS/19Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, Christopher and William Ashton, a messuage and orchard in Fenstanton, reign of James II.
ASHTON, Elizabeth1704UMS/KIMBN/101Settlement mande on the marriage of Elizabeth Ashton, daughter of William Ashton of Kimbolton, and Harvey Sparke of Wellingborough Co. Northants. (property in Kimbolton).
ASHTON, John1672UMS/EYNES/003Release. John Ashton of St Neots Co. Hunts. to Phillip Dixie the younger of Eynesbury and Elizabeth his wife, of a tenement and land in Eynesbury.
ASHTON, John1719UMS/FENST/19Manor of Fenstanton, admission of John Ashton to premises on the surrender of Sarah Ashton of Fenstanton.
ASHTON, William1622UMS/FOLKS/10Indenture between William Ashton of Folksworth, yeoman, and Humphrey Gill of the same, yeoman, whereby they exchange lands in Folksworth.
ASHTON, William1624UMS/FOLKS/13Bond whereby William Ashton of Folksworth, yeoman, acknowledges himself bound to Humphrey Gill in £100 to perform certain covenants.
ASHTON, William1726UMS/GODMC/041Assignment of mortgage of premises in Godmanchester by William Ashton of Leighton Co. Hunts., by the consent of Johannah Wright of St Ives, widow, and William Wright of Colchester, distiller, to Thomas Smith of St Martin's in the Fields, nominated by Sarah Hetley of St Martin's in the Fields.
ASKHAM, Dingley1748UMS/GODMC/043Assignment of mortgage by Dingley Askham of Conington Co. Cambs. Esq. and William Richardson DD Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, to Rev. - Andrews of Berkeway Co. Herts., clerk, in consideration of £180 paid to them by the said Andrews, of a 35th share of the tolls arising from the road leading through Fenstanton to Newmarket.
ASKHAM, Dingley1767 (i)UMS/CONIN/04Letter from Dingley Askham to Lord Townsend concerning a freeman of Lynn, Robert Harris, gunner in the frigate "Pomona" who wants promotion.
ASKHAM, Dingley1767 (ii)UMS/CONIN/05Letter from Dingley Askham to Lord Townsend acknowledging receipt of a letter from Lord T. and Sir Edward Hawk, concerning Robert Harris's promotion to serve Sir John Turner. Reference to Lord Townsend's kissing the king's hand on his appointment as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Ends with the remark "A poor Fox Hound."
ASKHAM, Dingley1767 (iii)UMS/CONIN/06Letter from Dingley Askham to Lord Townsend concering elections. Is glad Lord T. has had good foxhunting. Praises Mr Connolley's hounds. Because of illness last winter has parted with his best pack to Lord Perceval.
ASKHAM, Dingley1767 (iv)UMS/CONIN/07Letter from Dingley Askham to Rev Dr Young concerning support for the Norfolk members in the election, and mentioning Mr Jackson who has a good estate in Norfolk.
ASKHAM, Dingley1767 (v)UMS/CONIN/08Letter from Dingley Askham to Rev Dr Young concerning Mr Jackson's letter containing a petition.
ASKHAM, Thomas1793UMS/CATWO/07-08Lease and release, Thomas Askham of Raunds Co. Northants., yeoman, and Henry Askham of Raunds aforesaid, yeoman, to William Dickins of Woodford Co. Northants., farmer, of a messuage and land in Gt Catworth.
ASPLAND, Thomas1741UMS/EYNES/108Apprenticeship agreement between Thomas Aspland of Eynesbury, tailor, and Sarah Cooper.
ASPLEN, George1861UMS/NON-H/038Settlement on the marriage of Rev George Asplen and Miss Mary Wadmore Bravington. Thomas Bravington, silversmith and pawnbroker is mentioned, and a sum due to Mary Bravington of £3450.
ASPLEN, George William1860UMS/NON-H/090a-bAdmission of George William Asplen MA to the priesthood, signed T. Ely, in the chapel within the Palace at Ely, Cambs, 3rd June 1860, as rector of Mepal, together with certificate of having read the Articles. a) The admission, with bishop's seal attached; b) the declaration concerning the Articles with signatures of two churchwardens and three parishioners, dated 7th September 1884.
ASPLEN, John1829UMS/NON-H/037Assignment of a share in a leashold estate in Cambridge, Mr John Asplen of Brimingham, yeoman, to Mr William Asplen of Cambridge, yeoman: the property in Petty Cury (of Benet College). The deed has been cut and part is missing.
ASPLEN, Joseph1816UMS/NON-H/028Probate copy of the will of Mr Joseph Asplen, carpenter, of Petty Cury, Cambridge: names sons John, Joseph,William, Thomas and daughter Mary Fromant, widow, and wife Mary Asplen. Will dated 1816, probate 1822.
ASPLEN, Joseph1826UMS/NON-H/065Indenture, assignment: Mr Joseph Asplen to Mr William Asplen, a share in a leasehold estate in Petty Cury, Cambridge, concerns the Master and Fellows of Benet College. 23rd August 1826.
ASPLIN, Jane1681UMS/RAMSY/110Bond of Robert Cook and William Bitt to save the town of Ramsey harmless from Jane Asplin.
ASPLIN, Jane1690UMS/RAMSY/113Bond of John Asplin and John Setchell to save the town of Ramsey harmless from Jane Asplin.
ATHENEA OXONIENSISNo dateUMS/GENEA/54Huntingdonshire references copied by Norris from the "Athenea Oxoniensis" and "Fasti Oxoniensis"; includes notes on the 16th-century writer Nicholas Grimald - see UMS/GENEA/49.
ATKINS1782UMS/SWINS/38Abstract of the title of Mr Atkins to an estate at Swineshead.
ATKINS, James1783UMS/FENST/28Grant of land. Final agreement, Michaelmas term, 24 Geo.III (1783). Land in Fenstanton and Hemingford Abbots. James Atkins recovered property from Henry Bell before the King's Justices.
ATKINS, John1783 (i)UMS/SWINS/08Manor of Swineshead: Conditional surrender for securing £35, John Atkins of Swineshead, cordwainer, to William Fowler of St Neots, common brewer.
ATKINS, John1783 (ii)UMS/SWINS/19Bond: John Atkins of Swineshead, cordwainer, to William Fowler of St Neots, common brewer, in £70 to perform certain covenants
ATKINS, Mary Anne1849UMS/S.NEO/236Abstract of title: Mary Anne Atkins to freehold ground in St Neots.
ATKINSON, Francis1821UMS/S.NEO/533Apprentice indenture: Francis Atkinson, son of Sarah Atkinson of St. Neots, widow, to William Stoton of St Neots, tailor. Dated 7 December 1821.
ATKINSON, William1847UMS/S.NEO/049Copy of the will of William Atkinson of St Neots.
ATKINSON, William1853UMS/S.NEO/551Draft of will of Mr William Atkinson, merchant, dated 26 November 1853. Witness: Samuel Day, at St Neots.
ATTERTON, Thomas1757UMS/RAMSY/128Receipted bill by Thomas Atterton for goods purchased for Mrs Warner
ATTWOOD, Thomas1718UMS/ELLIN/18Bond for performance of covenant, Thomas Attwood of London to William Bidwell of Ellington.
ATTWOOD, Thomas & Elizabethc.1713UMS/HAILW/36Final Agreement at Westminster, indenture. Latin text not fully transcribed. Refers to Thomas Attwood and Elizabeth……Thomas Ward and Elizabeth…..cottage, pasture etc. in St. Neots and Hail Weston.
ATWOOD, Thomas1690UMS/S.NEO/184Bond whereby Thomas Atwood of St Neots acknowledges himself bound to Ann Reynolds to perform certain covenants.
ATWOOD, Thomas1705UMS/S.NEO/185Bond: Thomas Atwood of St Neots, gent., to Ward Duncomb of St Margarets, Westminster, gent., to perform certain covenants.
AUBREY, Edward1657UMS/SPALD/061Copy of court roll of the manor of Spaldwick, Edward Aubrey of Stow surrendered 7 roods of arable land to William Mare, and he is admitted thereunto, 8th October 1657.
AUDLEY, Edward1724UMS/HUNTN/060Assignment of mortgage by Edward Audley of Huntingdon, gent., to Benjamin Woodward of the same, gent., of a tenement there formerly mortgaged by William Bidwell of St Giles Cripplegate Co. Middlesex, cordwainer.
AUDLEY, Robert1631UMS/GT.GR/109Indenture. Robert Audley, senior and junior…..and one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery…..grant of the Manor of Great Gransden. 20 May 1631.
AUSTIN1824UMS/S.NEO/528Abstract of title, copyhold premises, land etc. Several families named (Austin 1751, Ladds 1797 and others). Manor of Spaldwick.
AUSTIN, John1800UMS/KIMBN/157Abstract of title of John Austin to an estate at Stonely.
AUSTIN, William1732UMS/RAMSY/012Lease for a year by William Austin of Whittlesea, yeoman, and Ann his wife, James Edwards of Ramsey, yeoman, and Joyce his wife, to Owen Fann of the same, and John Alcock of the same, yeoman, of a lot of Fen called Lug Fen in Bury-cum-Hipmangrove, and another lot of Fen in the Hollow in Ramsey.
AUTOGRAPHSNo dateUMS/HUNTS/33Collection of autographs of prominent people of Huntingdonshire, e.g. Duke of Manchester (1888), 8th Earl of Sandwich, G.C. Gorham, J.M. Heathcote. Note in particular autograph of Margaret, Countess of Manchester, dated 11 November 1644, with note dated 1908 (in small protective sleeve).
AUTON, Charles1819UMS/EYNES/207Apprentice Indenture: Charles Auton, son of John Auton of Eynesbury, yeoman, to John Warren of St. Neots, bricklayer.
AVELYN, Henry1669UMS/ADMIN/42c-dPleas to answer: order to summon Henry Avelyn to answer John Yates of a plea of unjust detention of beasts and to answer John Risby in a like plea, dated April 1669.
AVORY, John1692UMS/RAMSY/043Conveyance by John Avory of Ramsey, yeoman, to Charles Hammond of the same, yeoman, of a parcel of pasture in Muchwood in Ramsey.
AWBERRY/SHELLY1641UMS/BUCKD/117Manor of Buckden. Surrender of 9 acres and 3 roods of land, arable, meadow and leyes.
AYRES, John1704UMS/SOMER/16Admission of John Ayres to a messuage and rights to common pasture in Bluntisham, in the Manor of Somersham.
AYRES, Joseph1755UMS/GT.GR/076Agreement between Joseph Ayres of Gt Gransden and Charles Kettle of the same, for the absolute surrender of a copyhold cottage in Gt Gransden.
BACON, Elizabeth1724UMS/BROUG/16Will (attested copy) of Elizabeth Bacon, wife of Thomas Bacon of Hatley in Co. Cambs. (Property in Broughton).
BACON, Josiah1677UMS/RAVLY/01Lease and release of the manors of Gt Raveley and Moynes in Gt Raveley with other lands: Josiah Bacon of London, merchant, with the consent of Sir Sewster Peyton of Doddington, Cambs., to Ann Peyton of Emneth, Norfolk.
BAILEY1767UMS/S.NEO/397Receipts and acknowedgements of monies paid by Mr Bailey for the purchase of an estate in St Neots from Rev William Bidwell, also names of tenants and annual rents.
BAILEY, A.1855UMS/S.NEO/643Letter (solicitor's ?) dated 5 July 1855, headed "St Mary Cte, London, to Mr A. Bailey of St Neots".
BONFIELD, John1746UMS/G.STA/065Absolute surrender of a messuage: John Bonfield to John Bailey of St Neots.
HENSON, Thomas1735UMS/G.STA/055Manor of Beachamstead: Surrender from Thomas Henson to Thomas Warren of one acre of land.
BAILEY, John1748UMS/G.STA/056Manor of Beachamstead: Surrender of lands, tenements, etc., John Bailey to the use of his will.
BAILEY, John1766UMS/S.NEO/274Grant of an Annuity from John Bailey of St Neots, to Rev William Bidwell of Grafton Underwood, Northants.
BAILEY, Katherine1777UMS/S.NEO/579Bond: Katherine Bailey of St Neots, widow, bound to Francis Rix, linen draper and Levitt Hedding, surgeon, also of St Neots, in the sum of £2,000. Signatures and seal.
BAILEY, Kathleen1784UMS/S.NEO/402Particulars of an insurance policy with the Sun Fire Office effected by Mrs Kathleen Bailey of St Neots on a dwelling house and offices, also covering the Falcon Inn and offices, Market Square, St Neots.
BAILEY, Thomas1781UMS/S.NEO/203Discharge of a legacy by Thomas and Elizabeth Bailey.
BAILY, Abraham1736UMS/RAMSY/085Conveyance by Abraham Barly of Ramsey, husbandman, and Joane his wife to Jacob Barly of the same, husbandman, of the reversion of a parcel of fen in Ramsey on the death of Judah Baily. (For Barly read Baily)
BAILYE, John1653UMS/HOLYW/16Copy of the will of John Baile or Bailye of Halliwell.
BAINTON, Stephen1720UMS/S.NEO/210Copy of the will of Stephen Bainton of St Neots.
BAKER, Andrew1706UMS/ABBTY/22Agreement before the Justices at Westminster. Andrew Baker Esq.plaintiff; Thomas James, Gent., deforcient. Messuages in the Parish of Abbotsley to Andrew Baker.Fine £200, text in English.
BAKER, Henry1791UMS/TILBR/07Manor of Tilbrook: admission of Henry Baker to several pieces of land.
BAKER, Henry1802UMS/TILBR/19Manor of Tilbrook: admission of Henry Baker on the surrender of Neville Tomlinson.
BAKER, Matthias1791UMS/TILBR/13Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of Matthias Baker on the surrender of Edward Eden.
BAKER, Matthias1791xUMS/TILBR/22Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of Matthias Baker on the surrender of Edward Eden.
BAKER, Rev William1875UMS/EYNES/238Copies of testimonials re Rev Wm Baker, candidate for chaplain of Kent County Asylum: four pages, inc. from the archdeacon of Bedford, William Maule the rector of Eynesbury, Lt Col Humbly JP, etc.
BAKER, William1820UMS/TILBR/05Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of William Baker, James Measures and Thomas Pashler to premises etc.
BALDRY, Francis1814UMS/CATWO/76Release. Mr Francis Baldry to Mr William Ladds, messuage in Great Catworth. Dated 7 October 1814.
BALDWINS, Manor of1700-1800UMS/GT.GR/054Minutes etc. of courts holden for the Manor of Baldwins in Gt Gransden.
BALDWINS, Manor of`1871UMS/GT.GR/092Abstract of title to a messuage, cottages and premises in Gt Gransden, freehold and copyhold of the Manor of Baldwins.
BALL, Mary1851UMS/SWINS/18Fire Insurance Policy, house and goods: Mary Ball of Swineshead and William Day of St Neots, with the Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation.
BALL, Mary1855UMS/SWINS/17Bond: Mary Ball and Thomas Ball her son, farmer, both of Swineshead, to Rev Henry Beauford of St Neots to secure £400.
BAMBRIDGE, Robert1700UMS/HOLYW/34Manorial surrender, copy of Court Roll dated 26 June 1700. Land of the Manor of Holywell cum Needingworth. Names Robert Bambridge, draper of London, Robert Clark, gent. and John Rawlinson of Chatteris, agricolus.
BAMFORD, Jane1840UMS/MOLES/30Abstract of Title of Jane, the wife of (Henry?) Bamford, to premises in Molesworth. Abstract begins 1757.
BAMFORD, William1738UMS/GT.GR/048Surrender by William Bamford of five acres of land to the use of Daniel Bamford his son, both of Gt Gransden.
BANES, Abraham1744UMS/RAMSY/141Admission of Abraham Banes, Innholder, to a messuage in High Street, Ramsey, on surrender of Edward Elson & Frances his wife.
BANKS, Elizabeth1832UMS/SOUTH/13Title of Elizabeth Banks, the wife of Mr Joseph Banks to freehold in Southoe, originally copyhold. Earliest reference 6 October 1758 (admission of William Bryant, occupier, Henry Brown customary tenant) then in 1773 to William Smith of Eaton Socon. Detailed history to 1832.
BANKS, George & Reuben1808UMS/HAILW/21Account of how George and Reuben Banks of Hail Weston captured two footpads between St Neots & Gt Staughton, 11th March 1808.
BANKS, James1854UMS/SOMER/55Abstract of Title, dated 1854, Mr James Banks' estate at Earith. Names J. Banks of Hail Weston, baker. Earliest ref. 1820, John Brown, maltster of Earith, and James Banks of Hail Weston, yeoman.
BANKS, Jeremiah1779UMS/HAILW/11Manor of Hail Weston: admission of Jeremiah Banks on the surrender and will of Mary Bazeley to various hereditaments.
BANKS, John1723UMS/EYNES/104Manor of Eynesbury etc. Copy of surrender by John Banks of Ampthill Co. Beds., apothecary, and Elizabeth his wife, William Dixie of Eynesbury and Mary his wife, of a messuage and land in Eynesbury to the use of Robert Pattison of Eynesbury, maltster.
BANKS, JohnNo dateUMS/HAILW/02Terrier of the land of John Banks in his occupation and purchased by him of Ann Richardson.
BANKS, Joseph1835UMS/S.NEO/152Abstract of the title of Joseph Banks and Elizabeth his wife to a copyhold estate held of the Manor of St Neots.
BANKS, Joseph1837 (i)UMS/HAILW/33Joseph Banks' claim at Enclosure of Hail Weston, dated 8th May 1837, addressed to the Commissioners.
BANKS, Joseph1837 (ii)UMS/HAILW/34Sketch plan of allotments in Hail Weston Field belonging to Mr Joseph Banks, 1837, with list of areas adding up to 87a 1r 10p. Fields named and a brick kiln marked in one of them. Endorsed: "Sketch. See another made after the Allotments were altered".
BANKS, Joseph1839 (i)UMS/HAILW/31Draft Conveyance of freehold property in Hail Weston, 31st October 1839, between Joseph Banks and Ebenezer Geard, James Wilkinson, Thomas Woodham and Robert Edwards, and James Wilkinson and Charles Day.
BANKS, Joseph1839 (ii)UMS/HAILW/32Instructions for a conveyance, Joseph Banks to James Wilkinson, October 1839; including on a separate sheet "Extract from Award" (enclosure presumably).
BANKS, Mary1712 (i)UMS/HARTF/02Feoffment of freehold messuages and lands lying in Offord Darcy, Offord Cluny and Old Weston: Mary Banks of Hartford, widow, to Thomas Parratt of Hartford, gent.
BANKS, Mary1712 (ii)UMS/OFFRD/38Indenture dated 29 December 1712, from Mary Banks of Hartford to her son Thomas Parrot of Hartford, gent., property in Offord Darcy and Offord Cluny.
BANKS, William1750UMS/GODMC/093Mortgage by William Banks of Godmanchester, yeoman, to Philip Keene of the same, gent., of 7 acres of arable land there, to secure payment of £50 and interest.
BANKS, William1768UMS/GODMC/086Lease for a year of 4½ acres of arable land in Godmanchester: William Banks of Stukeley Parva, yeoman, to John Jackson of Godmanchester, yeoman.
BARBOY, Charles1809UMS/EASTN/08Abstract of draft of title of Charles Barboy to freehold premises in Easton.
BARCOCK, John1824UMS/S.NEO/226Abstract of the title of John Barcock to premises in St Neots.
BARDOLPH, John1642UMS/LANDS/12Final agreement at Westminster concerning a messuage etc. in Kimbolton and Wornditch: John Bardolph plaintiff, James Parie(?) and Elizabeth his wife, defendants. Dated 18 Chas I
BARDOLPH, Matthew1689UMS/HUNTN/058Agreement re premises in Huntingdon near the "Falcon": between Matthew Bardolph of Huntingdon and William Dowse of the same place.
BARFIELD, Mary1816UMS/LEIGH/06Letter from Mary Barfield ("her mark") to Mr Whiteman, Leightstone, Hunts. "with instructions for Apprentice Indenture" 2nd February 1816, also letter from Thomas Whiteman, carpenter etc., signed.
BARFIELD, Samuel1816UMS/LEIGH/05Apprentice indenture, Samuel Barfield with the consent……..of his mother Mary Barfield of Cotterstock, Co. Northampton, widow, to Thomas Whiteman, carpenter of Leighton Co. Hunts.
BARKER, William1722UMS/SWINS/52Mortgage by William Barker of Sudborowe, Northants., to Thomas Clarke of Caldecott, Northants., on a cottage in Swineshead to secure £15.
BARKER, William1723UMS/SWINS/51Lease and Release of a Tenement and premises in Swineshead: William Barker of Sudborowe, Northants., yeoman, to Thomas Clarke of Caldecott, Northants., carpenter, John Poulter of Cheldeston, Northants., and Mary his wife.
BARLEY1792-9UMS/S.NEO/411Receipts for payments by Mrs Barley for land tax and quit rent on Mrs Child's estate, 1792, 1794 & 1799.
BARLOW, Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln1690UMS/S.IVE/047Licence by Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln, to the minister and churchwardens and inhabitants of St Ives, on their petition dated 17th December 1690 to pull down the old vestry and build a new one.
BARNARD, Thomas1781UMS/KIMBN/184Indenture between Thomas Barnard of Stonely, labourer, and William Eytches, brickmaker. Concerns a cottage in Stonely.
BARNES, James1825UMS/EYNES/018Copy of admission of James Barnes and Sarah his wife, to four cottages in Eynesbury under the will of James Ginn.
BARNES, John1719UMS/EYNES/160At the customary court baron of the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury recording the death and property of John Barnes and lists the names of his sister and daughters.
BARNES, John1771UMS/GT.GR/038Manor of Mannock: admission of John Barnes to ten acres of land under the trusteeship of David Willson.
BARNES, Joseph1788UMS/SOMER/17Fine made between Joseph Barnes Esq., plaintiff, and Thomas Leeding and Mary his wife and John Townsend and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants, of two messuages and lands in Somersham.
BARNES, Joseph1790UMS/HEM.G/031Fine made between Joseph Barnes, plaintiff, and William Denne, deforciant, of various properties in Hemingford Grey.
BARNES, William1793UMS/HEM.G/010Lease for a year by William Barnes of St Ives to William Margetts of Hemingford Grey, gent., of a close of pasture in Needingworth.
BARNETTS, W.G.1818UMS/O.WES/40Additional abstract of the title of W.G. Barnetts to four acres of land in Old Weston.
BARNWELL, Mary1724UMS/SOMER/07Feoffment from Mary Barnwell of Huntingdon, spinster, daughter of Nicholas Barnwell of Somersham, labourer, to William Conquest of Somersham, labourer, of a cottage and premises in Somersham.
BARNWELL, Mary1811UMS/WINWK/03Letters of administration of the estate of Mary Barnwell of Winwick, granted to her husband William Barnwell.
BARRET, Paul1679UMS/NON-H/079Mortgagte dated 10th December 1679, of site of the manor and parsonage of Chislett, Co. Kent, formerly belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury; signatures of John and Richard Tyler, names Paul Barret of Grays Inn, son & heir of Paul Barret of Langport, Co. Kent, gent. and John Arasmith, citizen and apothecary of London.
BARRETTS, GeorgeNo dateUMS/O.WES/43Abstract of the title of George Barretts to a messuage and close in Old Weston sold to Thomas Lewis, 19th century.
BARRINGER, John1795UMS/S.NEO/252Articles of apprenticeship between John Barringer of St Neots and Henry Freshwater.
BARRINGER, Joseph1714UMS/ADMIN/41aaProbate of the will of Joseph Barringer, gent., of Swinshead, granted to his son Joseph Barringer, executor, 18 December 1714.
BARRY, Thomas1735UMS/KEYST/09Will of Thomas Barry of Keyston.
BARSHAM, Thomas1742UMS/S.GID/03Fine between Thomas Barsham, plaintiff; and Frances Cotton, widow, Jane Cotton, widow, Thomas Hart and Jane his wife, Thomas Bowdler and Elizabeth Stewart his wife, Frances and Mary Cotton, spinsters, deforciants; of the manors of Gidding Abbots, Sawtry, Bennington and Fenton.
BARTLETT, Susannah1831UMS/NON-H/104Will and probate of Susannah Bartlett, widow, of Lambeth, Surrey, proved 22nd October 1831.
BARTLETT, William1825UMS/S.NEO/240Copy of the will of William Bartlett of St Neots, butcher.
BARWICKE, Richard1655UMS/S.NEO/168Appointment of attorney of Richard Barwicke of Eaton-Socon by Richard Briscoe of St Neots and Katherine his wife, to enter upon and take possession of a messuage in St Neots, and deliver seizin and possession thereof to Mathias Taylor of Eaton-Socon.
BASS, Henry1793UMS/WISTO/13Release of a messuage and premises in Wistow: Henry Bass of Ramsey, maltster, and John Dixon of the same, baker, to William Fisher of Cambridge, baker.
BASS, John1688UMS/GT.GR/063Copy of the will of John Bass of Gt Gransden.
BASSINGHAM, Thomas1660UMS/CATWO/89Indenture. Thomas Bassingham and Elizabeth his wife: a messuage and land to be settled on their daughter Mary (the wife of Walter Graee). Terriers affixed. Signatures, tag for seal.
BATE, Edward1641UMS/GODMC/099Lease for 500 years of land in Godmanchester: Edward Bate of Fenstanton, gent., to Sir Thomas Cotton of Eyworth Co. Beds, bart.
BATEMAN, W.1837UMS/TOSEL/07Abstract of title of Messrs Bateman and Brown (trustees under the will of the late W. Bateman deceased) to freehold estate in Hargrave, Northants. Solicitor, Day of St Neots.
BATES, E.1826UMS/S.NEO/361Letter to D. Rowley from E. Bates, secretary to the Office for Taxes, saying that accounts are to be placed under Comptroller of accounts to which Mr Sayer is appointed.
BATSON, Ann1752UMS/WISTO/32Feoffment of a piece of wall in Wistow: Ann Batson of Ramsey, spinster, to Mary Mutton of Wistow, widow.
BATSON, Richard1771UMS/RAMSY/050Lease for a year by Richard Batson of Ramsey, innkeeper, to Richard Lovell of Ramsey, merchant, of a piece of fen called Turff Lot in Ramsey.
BATTLESNo dateUMS/MILIT/06File by Norris on Huntingdonshire battles: concerns mostly the Militia and Territorials, also Stilton in the Civil War.
BAUMGARTNER, Dr1813UMS/OFFRD/07Supplement to the abstract of Dr Baumgartner's title to an estate in Offord.
BAUMGARTNER, John1812UMS/GODMC/119Survey: measurement of three grounds (land at Godmanchester, near King's Bush, London Road ) belonging to John Baumgartner, in April 1812. Later note, added in the year 1867, "in occupation of Banks Reeve".
BAXINE/SEABORNE1619/1681UMS/BLUNT/15a-bCollection, two documents: Admissions, Manor of Bluntisham, Latin texts (a) John Baxine, tenant date1619; (b) Thomas Seaborne and Margarette (his mother?), date 18 October 1680.
BAXTER, Ann1838UMS/HUNTN/030Probate of the will of Ann Baxter of Huntingdon.
BAXTER, Mary Ann1850UMS/HUNTN/025Probate of the will of Mary Ann Baxter of Huntingdon, spinster.
BAXTER, William1805UMS/HUNTN/054Probate of the will of William Baxter of Huntingdon.
BAXTER, William1855UMS/ALCON/19Abstract of Title of Mr.William Baxter of Buckden, plumber & glazier to copyhold held of the Manor of Alconbury cum Weston. Details of the will of Robert Baxter, 1819, with some manorial refs. dated 1795.
BAXTER, William & Ann1838UMS/HUNTN/034Release in respect of the trusts of the will of William and of Ann Baxter, by Thomas Baxter of Huntingdon and others, to Mary Ann Baxter of the same place.
BAYLEY, Daniel1728UMS/STANG/02Admission of Daniel Bayley on the surrender of John Sparkes in the Manor of Stanground.
BAYLY, William1648UMS/NON-H/080Admission of William Bayly, gent., son of Wm Bayly deceased, to two messuages in Cirencester, in Gosditch Street between the tenements of Joan Gray, widow and Henry Greenway. Signature of Steward, Jo. Driver, and seal.
BBEDHAM, John1857UMS/KIMBN/141Chancery Suit concerning Acts to amend the laws concerning the burial of the dead, and in the matter of the charities created by the gifts of Ann, Countess-Dowager of Manchester, the Hon Eleanor Montagu and Jeremiah Barton, in the parish of Kimbolton. Affidavit of John Beedham of Kimbolton.
BEACHAMSTEAD, Manor of1600-1619UMS/G.STA/082Terrier (copyhold). Tenants named in alphabetical order, with description of holding (pasture etc.). Fines paid and rent charged. 1600-1619 approx.
BEADELL, Henryc.1645UMS/BUCKD/090Copies of Court Roll (3). Manor of Buckden. Text in Latin. Refers to copyhold of Henry Beadell of Easton. Inscribed "this is the ould Copy of Henry Bedelles four earkers and a half of land y bought of him" and "Henry Beadelles His Coppies…".
BEALE, Patrick1690 (i)UMS/EYNES/149Lease for a year of ten acres of land in Eynesbury, and Grundsell's Close in St Neots, Patrick Beale to Robert Pulleyn.
BEALE, Patrick1690 (ii)UMS/EYNES/150Release, Patrick Beale of Gravesend to Robert Pulleyn of London, of ten acres of land in Eynesbury, and Grundsell's Close in St Neots.
BEAR INN1801UMS/S.NEO/295Particulars and conditions of sale of the Bear Inn, St Neots.
BEARDEN, William1690UMS/WDHUR/04Surrender by William Bearden to Benjamin Hodson of an estate in Woodhurst.
BEASLEY, Edward1831UMS/KIMBN/022Abstract of the title of Edward Beasley to premises in Kimbolton.
BEAUCLERK, Aubrey1768UMS/O.WES/19Lease and release of two pightles of inclosed land in Old Weston: Hon. Aubrey Beauclerk of the parish of St Mary Le Bone, Middlesex, to John Knight of Islip, Northants.
BEAUMONT, Richard1666UMS/NON-H/081Mortgage, dated 20th August 1666: Richard Beaumont, yeoman, of Studham to Nicholas Jourdan, yeoman, a close called Hillings in Studham. Signature of Richard Beaumont, tag for seal.
BEAUMONT, Richard1811UMS/HOUGH/05Copy of the will of Richard Beaumont of Houghton, farmer.
BECK, Perse1631UMS/FOLKS/20Re-assignment of mortgage by Perse Beck of Cambridge, gent., to Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, of lands in Folksworth.
BECK, Robert1810UMS/S.IVE/059Agreement by Robert Beck of Mark Lane in the City of London, yeoman, with Carlton Collingwood of East India House, City of London, gent., to convey a messuage The Star in Bridge Street, St Ives, with premises adjoining, with convenant to surrender the same.
BEDE, CuthbertNo dateUMS/GENEA/50A brief biography of Walter Montagu, eldest son of Sir Henry Montagu, born 1604, died 1677, buried in France.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (i)UMS/GLATT/21Notes, including on "Fen Gangs" (whose members are referred to as "white slaves"); also a page in Spanish, an extract from a book published 1792 with reference to "Los Ingleses"; headed "From the Revd Edward Bradley [Bede's real name], Denton Rectory, Stilton, Peterboro'". ?Some pages missing.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (ii)UMS/GLATT/22Rough notes on the Cotton family: extracts from books, parish registers, descriptions of memorials in churches, etc.
BEDE, CuthbertNo date (iii)UMS/GLATT/23Notes and letters to Bede, also rubbings and notes and other letters, e.g. Rev Henry Venn, 1794.
BEDELES, William1649UMS/EASTN/01Deed of William Bedeles of Easton Co. Hunts., yeoman, and Sarah his wife, John Bedeles of the same, yeoman, and Ann his wife, to John Felbridge of Easton, gent., to lead to the uses of a fine, of lands in Easton and Spaldwick Co. Hunts.
BEDELL COLLECTION1568-1620UMS/KIMBN/193-201Collection of manuscripts, all concern land at Kimbolton or Easton and westwards into Bedfordshire and indicate some Huntingdonshire connection.
BEDELL, Henry1736UMS/CATWO/83Indenture: concerns property at Catworth. Annotated "Dutch Farm Title Deeds". Signatures of Mary Thursby and Henry Bedell.
BEDELL, John1599UMS/KIMBN/199Grant of land at Easton, called Highfield, to John and Jonas Collyn of Spaldwick, 3 November 1599 (with seal).
BEDELL, Oliver1663UMS/HUNTN/083Conveyance by Oliver Bedell of Huntingdon to John Bedell of the same, of a messuage in Huntingdon with three houses and a close called Reckleye.
BEDFORD LEVEL1730UMS/FENS/07Final agreement, Westminster "entered with the Register to the Governor, Bailiffs and the Commonalty of the Company of Conservators of the Great Level of the Fens commonly called the Bedford Level", dated 25 March 1730 (for registration), the land in the agreement not identified, requires closer reading, Latin text.
BEDFORD, Duke of1842UMS/NON-H/033Lord St John's Quit Rents, from the Duke of Bedford, concerns property in Great Barford Hundred, Stoddon Hundred and Risely Manor.
BEDFORD, John1699UMS/SOMER/19Surrender by John Bedford of Pidley, labourer, and Mary his wife, to Thomas Silk of Somersham, carpenter, of a cottage in Somersham.
BEE, John1768UMS/HUNTN/073Lease for a year by John Bee the younger of Huntingdon, miller, son and heir of Elizabeth and John Bee the elder of the same, miller, to John Bee of a third part of two messuages in St Mary's Huntingdon.
BEE, John1779 (i)UMS/HUNTN/140Bond: John Bee, miller, bound in the sum of £300 to Thomas Jarvis, draper, both of Hunts. £150 and interest was due to be paid by John Bee the following April. Dated 18 October 1779.
BEE, John1779 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/167Indenture, mortgage. John Bee, miller of Huntingdon, son of John Bee, millwright, to Thomas Jarvis, draper of Huntingdon. Concerns messuage in the Parish of St. Mary, Huntingdon. (Signature and seal). Dated 18 October 1779.
BEEBY, Robert1764UMS/RAMSY/028Lease for a year by Robert Beeby of Upwood, baker, to Peter Brighty of Ramsey, gent, of a cottage in White Street in Ramsey.
BEEDHAM, John1838UMS/EASTN/04Abstract of title of John Beedham to two closes of pasture in Easton, one freehold and one copyhold of the manor of Spaldwick with the Soak.
BEEDHAM, John1849UMS/KIMBN/055Bargain and sale of copyhold hereditaments in Kimbolton: John Beedham of Kimbolton to Charles Sprague of the same.
BEEDHAM, John1850UMS/KIMBN/048Order of exchange of lands in Kimbolton, between the vicar, minister and churchwardens of the parish of Kimbolton, and John Beedham.
BEEDHAM, Solicitors.1852-53UMS/KIMBN/162Collection of 8 letters (re railway): i) to S.M. Pets Esq. M.P. re line to Huntingdon; ii) reply to i); iii) letter written by S.M. Pets; iv) solicitors to S.M. Pets; v) acknowledgement by the MP; vi) "chaser" pointing out that time is passing; vii) to the railway co.; viii) railway co. to solicitors. Also three envelopes bearing penny reds and 2d blue.
BEEDHAM, William1824UMS/EYNES/200Abstract of Title to premises held of the Manor of Eynesbury. Court extract begins in the year 1802.
BEESLEY, Edward1834UMS/KIMBN/040Abstract of the title of Edward Beesley to premises in Kimbolton.
BEETES, William1779UMS/KIMBN/146Copy of the probate of the will of William Beetes of Stonely, tailor.
BEETLES, C.1844UMS/EYNES/185Account sent by C. Beetles, coal and corn merchant.
BEETLES, Joseph1875UMS/S.IVE/159Last will of Joseph Beetles of Chicago (probably executor's copy). Interest on $3000 to be paid to sister Mrs Hanna Allen of St Ives during her lifetime, by the Independent Minister of St Ives. On her death, the capital to Wesleyan and Baptist Missions, the London Missionary Society and the British Bible Society. One loose sheet (UMS/S.IVE/159a) lists bequests and codicil.
BEETLES, William1752UMS/KIMBN/051Copy of the probate of the will of William Beetles of Kimbolton (three).
BEHAGG, Peter1810UMS/WISTO/02Lease for a year by Peter Behagg of Wistow, farmer, to William Martin of Bury, of a piece of ground in Wistow on which a messuage once stood - since burnt down.
BEHAGNE, Gideon1695UMS/RAMSY/073Release by Gideon Behagne of Ramsey, yeoman, to Thomas Burges, of Dodington, yeoman, of a pasture, marsh or fen in Stocken Fen in the Manor of Ramsey.
BELDAM, John1798UMS/FENST/02Will of John Beldam of Fenstanton, bricklayer.
BELL, Alexander1633UMS/S.NEO/249Indenture of Conveyance: Alexander Bell to Robert Bell, both of St Neots, of a piece of pasture land at St Neots.
BELL, Augustine1786 (i)UMS/UPWOD/148Claims of proprietors sent by Augustine Bell, Clerk to the Commissioners, to Sir Richard Bickerton, Upwood, 23rd August 1786.
BELL, Augustine1786 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/149Tithe payments sent by Augustine Bell, Great Raveley, 25th August 1786.
BELL, Henry1674UMS/HOUGH/14Copy of Court Roll, manorial admission of January 1674. Henry Bell "de Farraby" (?)….yeoman..messuage and tenement in the Manor of Houghton…. James Nicholson, gent. Steward.".
BELL, Henry1748UMS/G.STA/062Manor of Beachamstead: Admission of Henry Bell to a messuage.
BELLAMY, John1701UMS/FARCT/03Release of all claim by John Bellamy of Farcet, gent., to Henry Tryce, gent. of Peterborough. Signatures of John and Elizabeth Bellamy with seal, the mark of Ann Tunnage. Dated 13th November 1701.
BELLAMY, Robert1836UMS/HUNTN/038Agreement between Robert Bellamy of Gt Gidding, grocer, and Jonathan Jacob of Huntingdon, whereby the former agrees to sell to the latter a freehold house and premises in Huntingdon.
BELLARS, John1818UMS/FENS/04Court orders concerning land in the Second District of the North Bedford Level, refers to John Bellars of Whittlesey in the Isle of Ely, gent., clerk and solicitor to the Commissioners, "needs time to produce documents." Three copies of Court ruling: to show cause why a writ should not be issued commanding them to "make & erect banks etc." The Court is the King's Bench.
BELLINGHAM, John1807-12UMS/S.NEO/604a-da) Printed report of trial and execution, 1812; b) Detailed account of trial and Bellingham's misfortunes, extracted from printed book of "Middlesex"; c) Letter headed "St Petersburg 4 July 1807. To Mr James Nevile, Wigan", signed clearly "John Bellingham"; d) Portrait of John Bellingham, MS annotation reads "A most correct likeness. B. Forde, Ordinary" (presumably Rev Dr Forde, chaplain at Newgate).
BELSHAW, Henry1809UMS/RAMSY/140Agreement on proposed marriage. Mr Henry Belshaw and Miss Elizabeth Brown. 4 December 1809.
BELTON, Jane1828UMS/HEM.G/116Order to convey Jane Belton from the parish of Spaldwick to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
BENEDICTNo dateUMS/NON-H/108Final Agreement at Westmister, not dated with confidence (?"King Wiliam" but has "Geo 2" on cover): relates to pasture in Houghton Conquest, Beds., names "Benedict and Anna his wife". Latin text not translated.
BENET COLLEGE1817UMS/NON-H/002Licence of Alienation: grant of certain rights regarding property in Petty Cury, Cambridge, the Master and Fellows of Benet College to Mr Thomas Newling, January 1817.
BENNETT, Meliscent1836UMS/S.IVE/146Probate document, 13 July 1839, London. PCC will of Meliscent Eleanor Christian Bennett, formerly of Slepe Hall, St Ives, late of the Rectory of Bread Street Hill, City of London, spinster. Names executor the Reverend John Townshend Bennett, clerk, her father. Date of death 19 April 1836. Estate under £2000.
BENNETT, William1746UMS/GODMC/046Bond, William Bennett of Godmanchester to Philip Keene of the same, butcher, in £100.
BENNINGTON, Clement1623UMS/FOLKS/12Bond whereby Clement Bennington of Folksworth, husbandman, acknowledges himself bound to Humphrey Gill of the same, husbandman, in £10 to perform certain covenants.
BENSON1735UMS/HAILW/37Terrier, five lands belonging to Mr Benson, late Hall's, commonly Watfords. Each furlong defined with refs. to neighbouring owners.
BENSON1764UMS/HAILW/05Terrier of lands purchased by Mr Benson and Mrs Lancaster, late occupied by Gammage.
BENSON1766UMS/HAILW/26Terrier of Benson Estate naming fields and noting boundaries with other proprietors and tenants.
BENSON, Thomas1765UMS/HAILW/06Fine made between Thomas Benson and Charles Collingson, plaintiffs, and Mary Lancaster and John Skynner and Sarah his wife, deforciants; of a messuage and lands in Hail Weston.
BENSON, Thomas1767UMS/HAILW/25Mortgage Deed (draft). Thomas Benson, gent., to Lynford Caryl D.D. Property in Hail Weston, 3 Nov. 1767
BENSON, Thomas (?)1763UMS/HAILW/07Assignment of mortgage for securing £400 and interest, Mr Benson by direction of Mrs Lancaster, to Rd. Caryl, all of Cambridge, on property in Hail Weston.
BENTLEY, Richard1832 (i)UMS/FENST/23Order for removal of Richard Bentley and his wife, chargeable on the parish of Fenstanton, to St Neots.
BENTLEY, Richard1832 (ii)UMS/FENST/24Order to suspend the removal of Richard Bentley from Fenstanton to St Neots because of his illness.
BENTON, Charles1840UMS/SPALD/004Abstract of title: Charles Benton to premises in Spaldwick.
BENTON, John1830UMS/S.NEO/126Assignment of Bond: indenture between John Benton of Great Houghton, Northants., esq., and William Peppercorn of St Neots, gent., assigning a bond for securing £248, made between Thomas Woodfield, horse-dealer, and John Benton.
BENYON, Mary1702UMS/S.IVE/048Assignment of the chief messuage or mansion of Sleepe in St Ives and all that Manor of Sleepe, with lands in Houghton, Woodhurst and Holywell, for the residue of 500 years: Mary Benyon, at the request of Sir Christopher Lawrence, to Christopher Musgrave and Matthew Johnson.
BERKELEY, Charles1821UMS/WINWK/02Fine made between Charles Berkeley, plaintiff; and Thomas Smith and Elizabeth his wife, William Edwards and Elizabeth his wife, James Sutton and Mary his wife, and Samuel Taylor and Jucy his wife, deforciants; of a messuage, two cottages, and lands in Winwick and Old Weston.
BERNARD, Robert1642UMS/HUNTN/068Feoffment by Robert Bernard of Huntingdon, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to Silvester Bedell of the same, tanner, of Recklies Close in Huntingdon and three houses in St John's Huntingdon.
BERNARD, Sir John1725UMS/GODMC/063Release by Sir John Bernard of Brampton Co. Hunts to William Rutter of Godmanchester, carpenter, of a messuage, two cottages and premises in Godmanchester.
BERRIFFE, Edmund1622UMS/BRING/01Conveyance by Edmund Berriffe of Sawtry, yeoman, son of Thomas Berriffe deceased, while he lived at Brington, yeoman, to Thomas Robinson of the same, weaver, of 9½ acres of arable land there with appurtenances which were late in the tenure of the said Thomas and were conveyed to him by Edmund his father.
BERRY, Robert1599UMS/G.STA/074Conveyance of a messuage in Gt Staughton Moor: Robert Berry of Felmersham, Co. Beds., yeoman, to John Bulmer of Gt Staughton, yeoman, and Matthew Ibbott of the same.
BERRY, Thomas1666UMS/NON-H/049Court roll, manor of Over, Cambs: (text in Latin), dated October 1666, names Thomas Barry, junior, customary tenant and William Fisher; the Steward is Robert West.
BERRY, William1640UMS/G.STA/046Agreement between William Berry of Gt Staughton, yeoman, and Richard Todd of Pertenhall, Beds., gent., and Thomas Savage, re two messuages and premises in Gt Staughton.
BERRY, William1650UMS/G.STA/084Indenture between Edward (Cosens?) of Staughton, husbandman, and William Berry, yeoman of the town of Huntingdon.
BETTEL, John1857UMS/SWINS/05Probate of the will of John Bettel of Swineshead, yeoman.
BETTLE, John1810UMS/SWINS/11Manor of Swineshead: copy of Admission of John Bettle under the surrender and Will of Mrs Ann Clarke, to lands.
BEWSHER, John1784-8UMS/S.NEO/403Receipts by Rev John Bewsher to Richard Hatley for payment of £10 5s 2d for teaching charity children to read etc., according to the desire of Mrs Eliza Bailey.
BEWSHER, John1785-92UMS/S.NEO/404Receipts by Rev Bewsher to Loftus Hatley for payment of £2 10s 0d for teaching charity children to read and write, half year.
BICKERTON1650-1807UMS/UPWOD/035Upwood Collection: various documents, some manorial business, but largely personal letters of the families of Bickerton and Warner; notably in 1758 when Bickerton was promoted to command following the victory at Cape Breton.
BICKERTON, Richard1758 (i)UMS/UPWOD/064Abstract of Settlement on the marriage of Richard Bickerton to Maria Ann Hussey, niece of Mr Warner, 1758.
BICKERTON, Richard1769 (i)UMS/UPWOD/226Copy rents due to Richard Bickerton, Lady Day 1769.
BICKERTON, Richard1770UMS/UPWOD/227Copy rents due to Richard Bickerton, Lady Day 1770.
BICKERTON, Richard1771 (i)UMS/UPWOD/147Captain Bickerton's Sun Fire Insurance receipt, 9th October 1771.
BICKERTON, Richard1771 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/228Copy rents due to Richard Bickerton, Lady Day, 1771.
BICKERTON, Richard1772UMS/UPWOD/229Copy rents due to Richard Bickerton, Lady Day, 1772.
BICKERTON, Richard1773UMS/UPWOD/230Small tithes and copy rents due to Richard Bickerton, Lady Day, 1773.
BICKERTON, Richard1792UMS/RAVLY/05Grant of Authority: the appointment of Sir Richard Bickerton, Bart. as Gamekeeper for the Manor of Little Raveley. With seal, signed "Sandwich"; also, signature of the Clerk of the Peace. Dated 22 September 1792.
BICKERTON, RichardNo dateUMS/UPWOD/225Copy of Captain Richard Bickerton's Assurance of Upwood Manor House.
BICKHAM, James1765UMS/HAILW/09Release of annuity on the Hail Weston estate, to James Bickham, clerk, and Sarah his wife.
BIDWELE, William1767UMS/S.NEO/144Bond whereby William Bidwele of Grafton Underwood, Co. Northants., clerk, acknowledges himself bound to John Bailey of St Neots, merchant, to perform certain convenants.
BIDWELL1766UMS/S.NEO/396Receipt for £1 7s 0d paid by Mr Bidwell to the Sun Fire Office.
BIDWELL, John1838UMS/PAXTN/08Copy of admission of John Bidwell to an allotment of land in the manor of Gt Paxton.
BIDWELL, John1856UMS/PAXTN/07Copy of admission of John Bidwell, on the surrender of John Saunders and others, to a messuage in the manor of Gt Paxton.
BIDWELL, John1863UMS/PAXTN/06Will of John Bidwell of Gt Paxton.
BIDWELL, Mary1767UMS/S.NEO/202Discharge for a legacy by Mary Bidwell under the will of William Bidwell.
BIDWELL, William1747UMS/S.NEO/253Lease of property in St Neots for 21 years: Rev William Bidwell, clerk, to John Bailey, merchant, both of St Neots.
BIDWELL, William1763UMS/S.NEO/587Insurance Policy (Sun Fire Office): Rev William Bidwell of Grafton Underwood, Northants on various buildings in St Neots, interest in the policy in Rev William Whitworth of Buckden.
BIDWELL, William1766 (i)UMS/S.NEO/260Agreement between Rev William Bidwell and John Bailey for the purchase of Mr Bidwell's estate at St Neots.
BIDWELL, William1766 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/266Indenture between Rev William Bidwell of Grafton Underwood, Northants., and Rev William Whitworth of Bugden, of the one part, and John Bailey of St Neots, of the other part, relating to property in St Neots.
BIDWELL, William1837UMS/S.NEO/057Apprenticeship indenture: William Bidwell of St Neots to John Eakins of Eaton Socon, tailor.
BIGG, John1785UMS/GT.GR/090Lease for three years of a messuage and land in Gt Gransden, from Rev John Bigg, vicar of Gt Gransden, to Simon Safford.
BIGGIN, Christopher1825UMS/HUNTN/110Apprentice indenture, Christopher Biggin, son of Judith Biggin, widow, of Huntingdon, to Robert Rayment of Kimbolton, carpenter and joiner. 2 July 1825.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1725-1770UMS/ROADS/27Accounts for the Huntingdonshire and Bedfordshire sections of the road, with names of lenders of money (the investors), sums received from each gentleman, receipts from named turnpikes and money paid out.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1726UMS/ROADS/21Assignment of Biggleswade and Bugden Tolls to Mary Bugby, dated 1726: contains a long list of names, presumably of all the gentlemen concerned with the administration of the road toll system.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1784 (i)UMS/ROADS/23Assignment of tolls to Mr John Mackie, dated 20 February 1784. Signatures and seals, Richard Hatley and others, Trustees.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1784 (ii)UMS/ROADS/24Assignment of tolls to Mr Isaac Mather for securing £100 and interest, being the first share, 20 Feb. 1784. Signatures and seals of trustees.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1784 (iii)UMS/ROADS/25Assignment of tolls to Mr Isaac Mather, being the fourth share. Signatures and seals.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1784 (iv)UMS/ROADS/29Indenture: assignment of the tolls of the turnpike road for securing £100 and interest, the trustees of the Biggleswade Road to Mr Isaac Mather of London, second share. Signatures and seals of Trustees, inc. that of Richard Hatley.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1787UMS/ROADS/28Report: details of tolls for various vehicles and animals for the three "bars" at Southoe, Tempsford and Biggleswade. The proposed tolls show Southoe as an independent bar, with a common rate for Tempsford and Biggleswade. Note re the movement of sheep and oxen. On the back, "Mr Gorham, Scheme, Meeting October 26, 1787, Cock at Eaton".
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1789UMS/ROADS/02Financial statement dated 7 July 1789: receipt of tolls, payment of salaries, costs, balance due to Trustees.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1790UMS/ROADS/30Indenture: assignment of tolls, Mr Stephen Hitchin of Hatton, Warwick, butcher, to Mr John Bedford of Little Raveley, farmer, £400. Signatures, seal.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1790 (i)UMS/ROADS/03Financial statement: account of monies due, names of creditors, salaries, tolls received. Refers to 36 miles of road, Alconbury to Biggleswade.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1790 (ii)UMS/ROADS/06Financial statement: tolls received and bills paid to January 25th 1790.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1790-1800UMS/ROADS/05Memorandum re money due to the Earl of Sandwich for digging gravel in 1790 and 1800.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1791UMS/ROADS/07Financial statement: tolls received and bills paid, to April 4th 1791
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1797-1807UMS/ROADS/08Financial statement: sums paid for repairs (Nuns Bridge, Weybridge Bridge, Alconbury Bridge, Hail Weston, Diddington and Brampton).
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1803 (i)UMS/ROADS/32Assignment of tolls: the trustees of the Biggleswade Road to Mr Francis Rix, for securing £500 with interest. Names Richard Reynolds of Little Paxton and others. Dated 16 March 1803
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1803 (ii)UMS/ROADS/33Assignment of tolls: the trustees of the Biggleswade Road to Mr Levitt Heading of St Neots for securing £500 and interest.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1803-14UMS/ROADS/31Indenture: assignment of tolls. A complex legal account involving marriage settlement and PCC will, requires close reading. £1100 and interest, names James Blott of Wyton, farmer, Frances Waller of Buckden, widow, John and Leonard Waller, Thomas Fox of Godmanchester, James Squire of St Neots.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1814 (i)UMS/ROADS/26Abstract of title to a sum of money (£1000) secured on the tolls of the Biggleswade Road. Concerns a marriage settlement, William Fox and Sarah Davies in December 1770. The 1767 will of John Davies of Diddington, clerk, bequeathed the money to his daughter Sarah Davies. Legal discussion regarding the surviving children in the year 1814.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1814 (ii)UMS/ROADS/34Account for legal work, inspecting Biggleswade Road Registry Books re title of Mr Fox. Journey to Buckden re the will of John Waller (executor Leonard Waller), etc.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1822UMS/ROADS/22Assignment of a £200 share and interest in the Biggleswade Turnpike Road: Mrs Sarah Harvey Taylor to Mrs Mary Woodham, with certificate by J. Wells, clerk to the trustees, 19th August 1822. Signatures and seal of Mrs Taylor (sprawling and shaky) and witnessess.
MONTAGU, George, 4th Duke of Manchester1769UMS/HUNTN/065Lease for a year and release by George Duke of Manchester to Edward Read Thong of Huntingdon, gent., of a messuage called the Three Pidgeons in St Mary's Huntingdon, with another messuage adjoining.
MONTAGU, George, 4th Duke of Manchester1777UMS/ADMIN/09Commission signed by the Earl of Manchester, appointing George Charles Montagu, gent. a Lieutenant of Militia, 28th May 1777.
MONTAGU, Henry, 1st Earl of Manchester1637UMS/S.IVE/005Confirmation by the Earl of Manchester of a grant of the Market of St Ives to Thomas Colsch of St Ives.
MONTAGU, Hon. Charles1689UMS/MOLES/10Lease for a year of land in Molesworth: Hon. Charles Montagu of Westminster and Hon. Edward Montagu of Horton, Northants, to Isabel Norborne of Stukeley Co. Hunts, widow.
MONTAGU, Robert, 3rd Earl of Manchester1682UMS/S.IVE/001Bargain and Sale: indenture between Robert, Earl of Manchester, and the Lady Anne, Countess of Manchester, his wife, of the first part; Edward Montagu of St Giles, Middx., and Richard Cooling of St Martins in the Fields, of the second part; Richard Newman of Westminster, and Roger Jackson of St Martins in the Fields, of the third part: whereby the said Edward Montagu and Richard Cooling have bargained and sold, by the direction of the said Earl and Countess of Manchester, the Manors of St Ives, Holywell cum Needingworth, with the Advowson of Holywell and the Market of St Ives, etc, to the said Richard Newman and Roger Jackson.
MONTAGU, Sir Edward1600UMS/FOLKS/18Lease for 21 years: Sir Edward Montagu of Boughton Co. Northants., knight, to William Gill of Folksworth, husbandman, of a messuage and other premises in Folksworth now in his tenure, with various exceptions and provisors.
MONTAGU, Viscount Hinchingbrooke1788UMS/E & P/03Letter from Viscount Hinchingbrooke to "Hayward --" at Lincolns Inn, concerning Lord Carysfort's declaration of intention to stand for election. Dated Swinly near Staines, November 9, 1788.
MONTAGU, William, 5th Duke of Manchester1793UMS/ADMIN/04Warrant of authority signed by William, Duke and Earl of Manchester, to James Rust, now his Deputy Lieutenant for the County.
MONTAGU, William, 5th Duke of Manchester1821UMS/KIMBN/134Signature of the Duke of Manchester on a legal document for appointing a proctor for business in the present Parliament.
MONTAGU, William, 5th Duke of Manchester1827UMS/KIMBN/147Draft of a lease of a driftway in Stonely for 50 years: the Master and Fellows of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, from the Duke of Manchester.
MONTFORD, Henry, Lord1741UMS/GODMC/101Lease and release: Henry Lord Montford of Horseheath Co. Cambs. to Philip Chapman of Godmanchester, gent., of 9 acres of arable land in Godmanchester.
MOODY, John1804 (i)UMS/S.IVE/013Bond: John Moody of St Ives, liquor merchant, to Thomas Jenner of the same, dyer, to confirm title to a copyhold estate in St Ives.
MOODY, John1804 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/018Surrender: John Moody to Thomas Jenner, both of St Ives, of property formerly part of the Chequers Anchor Inn.
MOODY, John1805UMS/S.IVE/026Copy of surrender of land and premises in Bull Lane, St Ives: John Moody to Thomas Jenner, both of St Ives.
MOON, Thomas1834 (i)UMS/BUCKD/014Admission (Manor of Buckden with the Members) of Thomas Moon, son of Robert Moon of Little Paxton, Co. Hunts., to a fourth share of two cottages and land in Buckden, by virtue of a will of William Usher, deceased, late of Little Paxton.
MOON, Thomas1834 (ii)UMS/BUCKD/033Admission of Thomas Moon to property in Buckden on the surrender of Sybeller Gillman, widow.
WARREN, John1748UMS/G.STA/057Manor of Beachamstead: Absolute surrender of one acre of land, John Warren to Thomas Moor of Gt Staughton.
MOORE, Thomas1693UMS/HEM.G/005Conveyance by Thomas Moore of St Ives, shepherd, and Pleasant his wife, to Thomas Maylin of Conington, of three acres of arable land in the fields of Hemingford Grey.
MORBORNE, Manor of1674-5UMS/MORBO/01Rental of Morborne Manor for one year beginning at Lady Day 1674 and ending at Lady Day 1675. Names of tenants and details of their houses and holdings and of the total due to Mr Forrest.
MORDANT, Sir John1555UMS/BUCKW/01Fine made between Sir John Mordant, knight, plaintiff, and William Yarwell and Alice his wife, deforciants, of premises in Buckworth. Adjudged £40 sterling, to be paid by William Yarwell and Alice his wife.
MORDAUNT, John1719UMS/TILBR/04Manor of Tilbrook: admission of John Mordaunt to Hawkins Farm.
MORELL, Thomas1817UMS/S.NEO/610Verses "occasioned by the lamented death of H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte of Wales" written on the day of her interment by Rev Thomas Morell.
MORLEY, Henry, Lord1622UMS/LANDS/06Royal grant of lands in several counties, including Hunts, to Henry Lord Morley and Montagu. Dated 3rd July 1622 (7 Charles I).
MORLEY, William1812-13UMS/STILT/54 (a-c)Two letters, 1812 and 1813, signed by William Morley, referring to probate of will of Rolf, the elder. Third document, a bond dated 31 December 1812, is to Mr William Whitehead: the property is described.
MORLEY, Williamc. 1809UMS/STILT/53Title to estate at Stilton: concerns Mr William Morley of Peterborough, extracts begin 24 February 1748 with grant by William Child to Cooper Thornhill of Stilton; 1758, to Henry Rolf alias Ruff of Stilton, yeoman; 1779, through James Rolf to Jacob Navell, wheelwright, then to B. Pitts, Stilton; 1809 to William Morley.
MORTON, John1802UMS/S.NEO/214Grant by John Morton of Eaton-Socon to Robert West of Eynesbury, of the right of pasturage for one beast in the Commons in St Neots called the Islands and the Hawksden Keys.
MORTON, Thomas1871UMS/OFFRD/10Copy of the will of Thomas Morton of Offord Darcy.
MOSELEY, Litchfield1800UMS/SOMER/52Occupiers of Somersham Park, before it was taken by Litchfield Moseley.
MOSELEY, William1763UMS/HUNTN/084Mortgage by William Moseley of Huntingdon, carpenter, to Mary Ferrar of the same, widow, of a messuage in Balmshole in Huntingdon.
MOSS, George1852UMS/ADMIN/27Wells, Brown and Day: prosecution brief at Hunts Assizes, 1852; George Moss is accused of assault and felony, stopping John Thomas Holland who was returning home on his pony, knocking him down and taking things from his pocket, in December 1848.
MOSSOP, John1800UMS/S.NEO/174Conveyance (attested copy) of property on Huntingdon Street, St Neots: Rev John Mossop of Deeping to John Franklin of St Neots.
MOTT1840UMS/EYNES/220Plan of land-holding, annotated "Sketch sent to Mr. Mott, May 20. 1840". …otherwise not identified.
MOULTON, HerbertVariousUMS/HUNTS/03a-lList of deeds, each sheet describes a deed for sale by Herbert Moulton: a) 1674 Swineshead; b) 1786 St Neots, Somersham; c) 1630 Hemingford; d) 1741 Somersham, Pidley; e) 1678 Wistow; f) 1681 Manor of Woodberry alias Westhorpe; g) 1741 Godmanchester; h) 1814 Somersham; i) 1656 Denton; j) 1639 Hemingford; k) 1802 Staughton; l) 1681 Gamlingay.
MOWBRAY, Robert1773UMS/UPWOD/017Marriage settlement secured to Robert Mowbray of Huntingdon and Arabella Hussey of Upwood.
MOYNE, Robertc.1290UMS/W.WAL/01Grant by Robert Moyne, son of the late Sir William Moyne, knight, of Ravele, to John son of Thomas the Cook of Wystowe, clerk, for his service, of the falconer of Walton, and one Hugh Wallis, with the two houses and land in their occupation, also all their following and chattels in the vill of Walton.
MULTON, Robert1532UMS/W.NEW/04Lease by Robert Multon, abbot of the Monastery of Thorney, Co. Cambs., to John Thorpe, of water mills in Water Newton.
MUMFORD, Thomas1724UMS/GT.GR/051Surrender by Thomas Mumford of 2½ acres of land to the use of John Watts.
MUNSEY, Ellis1830-1860UMS/NORRS/01Sermon notes, for Sunday School use: a note dated Nov. 21 1830 refers to preaching at Bottisham Lode and a pencil note added by Herbert Norris confirms that it was written by his grandfather, Ellis Munsey. Some notes are Latin and Greek excercises and may have been made by Ellis Munsey Norris, Herbert's father.
MURFITT, Edward1876UMS/NON-H/064Mortgage deed: Mr Edward Murfitt to Miss Jane Ann Theed, White House Farm in the parish of Coldham (Elm, Isle of Ely), securing £300, dated 23rd June 1876.
MURKIN, William1819UMS/G.STA/028Draft of lease of malting office and buildings in Great Staughton for seven years: William Murkin of Great Staughton, gent., to Thomas Cant of the same, butcher.
MURROCK, Robert1723UMS/HEM.A/06Mortgage of a house etc. in Hemingford Abbots, from Robert Murrock of Hemingford Abbots, yeoman, to Edward Wayman of Hemingford Grey, yeoman, to secure £20.
PELL, Thomas1822 (i)UMS/S.NEO/535Apprentice indenture: Thomas Pell, son of Thomas Pell, farmer of Hardwick Lodge, Co. Northampton, to William and Thomas Ingersole of St Neots, grocer and tallow chandler. Dated 2 March 1822. The four signatures scored through on subsequent cancellation.
PELL, Thomas1822 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/536Cancellation of Apprenticeship. Letter from Thomas Pell of Wellingborough, countersigned by Thomas Inkersole, addressed to Mr Day, Solicitor, St Neots (requesting cancellation).
PELLY, Constance1612UMS/S.NEO/129Feoffment from Constance Pelly of Bugden, widow, Robert Gale of the same, gent., and Richard Leete of St Neots, yeoman, to John Vyneinge of St Neots, of a messuage or tenement in St Neots.
PEMBERTON, Robert1668UMS/W.NEW/19Copy of assignment by Robert Pemberton, surviving trustee of John Glover, to Gilbert Wharton and Sarah his wife.
PEMBROKE HALL, Master & Fellows of1820UMS/ORT.W/01Lease of land and cottages at Cherry Orton (Orton Waterville): Master and Fellows of Pembroke Hall Cambridge, to George, Earl of Aboyne, 2 March 1820.
PENDRED, Thomas1784UMS/SPALD/024Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of lands, Thomas Pendred to Charles Welstead and John Palmer.
PENDRED, William1772 (i)UMS/SPALD/020Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of William Pendred on the surrender of Hugh Ferrar.
PENDRED, William1772 (ii)UMS/SPALD/056Bond for £200, William Pendred of Upper Stow in the parish of Kimbolton to Hugh Ferrar of the town of Huntingdon, 3rd April 1772.
PENDRED, William1774UMS/SPALD/019Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of William Pendred on the surrender of James Robinson.
PENDRED, William1784UMS/KIMBN/057Administration with the will annext of William Pendred of Kimbolton.
PENNINGTON, John1751UMS/S.NEO/118Admission of John Pennington of Huntingdon, clerk, and Elizabeth his wife, to various tenements and premises in the Manor of St Neots.
PENNINGTON, John1810UMS/S.NEO/028Abstract of title: John Pennington to freehold lands at St Neots.
PENNINGTON, John1813UMS/BARHM/03Abstract of title of John Pennington to premises in Barham.
PENNINGTON, William1820UMS/BUCKD/028Ordination paper. William Pennington ordained deacon at Buckden by John, Lord Bishop of Lincoln.
PENTELOW, William1806UMS/FENST/20Lease of an allotment of arable land in Huntingdon Lane Field, Fenstanton, for 12 years, William Pentelow of Abbotsley Co. Hunts to William Blackwell of Fenstanton, yeoman.
PENTLOE, Mary1811UMS/ABBTY/05Release and indemnity upon a family arrangement between Mrs Mary Pentloe of Abbotsley and her children.
PENYFFATHER, Thomas1563UMS/PAXTN/03Bargain and sale by Thomas Penyffather of Potton, Beds., yeoman, to Richard Carrier of Yaxely, Hunts., the elder, and Richard Carrier the younger, his son, of land etc. in Lt Paxton.
PEPPERCORN1840UMS/S.NEO/552Abstract of title to freehold of several premises and a malting office situated near the Cross at St Neots (late in the several tenures or occupation of John Woodfield, Richard Hills, Martha Hatley, John Longland and John Rayment). Rights of common are described.
PEPPERCORN1842UMS/S.NEO/630Abstract of Title to premises in Cambridge Street, begins 1815 (but with ref. to 1720), names Adam Love, Robert Taylor (bellfounder), John Paxton (watchmaker), William Ingersole, gent., Tear (1743) , Thomas Tipping, clerk, Simon Staughton (also 1822). Ref. to Augustine Priestly Esq. of Buckden.
PEPPERCORN, William1801UMS/G.STA/013Abstract of Title: William Peppercorn to copyhold land in Great Staughton.
PEPPERCORN, William1811UMS/S.NEO/045Articles by way of lease, of the Golden Ball and Tolls at St Neots for one year: William Peppercorn to William Simpson.
PEPPERCORN, William1828UMS/S.NEO/586Fire Insurance Policy. William Peppercorn of St Neots re farm stock and buildings in Graveley.
PEPPERCORN, William Alexander1821UMS/GODMC/027Award of William Alexander Peppercorn of St Neots, arbitrator in matters and disputes arising out of a public meeting of the parishioners of Godmanchester.
PERKINS/PAUL1800UMS/S.IVE/112a-dFurther collection re the Bull: a) Perkins/Paul, lease for a year, 6 November 1800; b) Indenture, Holloway/Phillips, Jan 1800; c) Release, Perkins/Paul, Nov. 1800; d) Mortgage, copyhold surrender, Paul/Birley, Nov. 1800.
PERROTT, John1774UMS/SPALD/093Letter from John Perrot to T. Day of Spaldwick, relating to Mrs Maddock.
PETERBOROUGH1761UMS/NON-H/063Loyal address "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty" by the citizens of Peterborough: not dated but seems to be to George III on his marriage in 1761; the marriage is referred to, and the "Royal Consort".
PETERHOUSENo dateUMS/HAILW/04Terrier of the Peterhouse lands lying in the bounds of Hail Weston.
PHEASANT1703UMS/UPWOD/168Letter of Mr Pheasant to his brother, dated 15th July 1703, announcing the illness and death of Peter Pheasant. Sent to Mr Pheasant aboard the King William Galley, Capt Winter Commmander.
PHEASANT1705-06 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/317Pheasant v Sir William Leman, Hilary Vacation 1705-06. Mr Cottingham's Bill of Charges.
PHEASANT1705-06 (i)UMS/UPWOD/316Pheasant v Leman. Report.
PHEASANT1705-06 (iii)UMS/UPWOD/318Pheasant v Sir William Leman. Objections to Plaintiff's Discharge.
PHEASANT1705-06 (iv)UMS/UPWOD/319Pheasant v Sir William Leman. Short statement of accounts between Sir William Leman and the Pheasants.
PHEASANT, Ann1671UMS/UPWOD/012Release by Ann Pheasant, widow of Walter Pheasant, to Peter Pheasant, of property in Upwood.
PHEASANTNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/203Abstract of deeds relating to divers estates (Upwood Manor etc.) in possession of the family of Pheasant temp. James I and Charles I, inc mention of Sir Oliver Cromwell.
PHEASANT, JustinNo dateUMS/UPWOD/023Survey of lands by Justin Pheasant.
PHEASANT, Mansell1704 (i)UMS/UPWOD/165Mr Mansell Pheasant's account of money received for Mr William Pheasant, 7th June 1704. One of the sheets gives details of income from sale of effects and receipt of rents. Some items are shown on both sheets.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1845-1848UMS/ROADS/35Accounts statement: tabulation of tolls received, Biggleswade Gate, Tempsford Gate, Southoe Gate and Gt Paxton Gate, for the years 1845-1848. Gives yearly totals and amounts received for each month.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1846UMS/ROADS/15Receipts for tolls paid at Southoe gate, Wednesday 4th November and the week 2nd-8th December 1846. Coaches and carriages 4½d, waggons 8d, horses 1d, asses ½d, score of oxen 1s 3d, of hogs, sheep, geese etc. 5d.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1850UMS/ROADS/16Notice of meeting of the trustees of the Biggleswade-Alconbury Road, letter dated 11th Oct. 1850, signed by the Clerk to the trustees, Samuel Day.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1853UMS/ROADS/17List of Trustees: 93 names with addresses. Also a list of Huntingdon Council. Familiar names inlcude Veasey, Sweeting, Rust, Ekins. Dated April 1853.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1862UMS/ROADS/18Draft minutes with copy of notice of meeting, 6th August 1862, and a report from the Finance Committee. Note the concern at the loss of revenue due to the removal of the toll bar from Biggleswade to another location.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1863UMS/ROADS/19Letter signed by Samuel Day, St Neots, to the representatives of the late J. Lancaster, giving amount of compensation (£1 0s 4d) due for digging gravel, "four and fourteen twenty-fifths pole of sand." Dated 11th June 1863.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1865UMS/ROADS/01Surveyor's account, Buckden District, names of labourers, signature.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKE1868UMS/ROADS/04Receipt from John Jenkins, surveyor of St John's Parish, Huntingdon, for 11 shillings, the parish's proportion of the £381-12s-7d balance in hand on the winding up of the affairs of the Turnpike Trust.
BIGGLESWADE & ALCONBURY HILL TURNPIKENo dateUMS/ROADS/14Letter from Richard Reynolds to Mr Rix, merchant of St Neots, Treasurer of the Biggleswade Turnpike Trust, requesting an appointment to peruse the accounts books. "The messenger will wait for your answer". The appointment was requested for the next day (Monday 6th December, no year stated).
BILLETT1740UMS/EYNES/173Two letters from Mr Billett Jnr to Rev Mr Chancellor Reynolds re value of Mr Lenton's property.
BILLINGHAM, James1792UMS/HUNTN/070Memorial of an indenture of a grant of an annuity of £40 a year, issuing from a messuage in St Mary's Huntingdon, made by James Billingham of Huntingdon, cordwainer, to Edward Cole Billingham of the same, cordwainer, his son.
BINDON, Henry1749UMS/SPALD/021Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: surrender of lands in Stow and Catford, Henry Bindon to William Ferrar.
BIRDSALL, R.16CUMS/S.NEO/596Huntingdon Wills, extracts not dated, originals mainly 16th century, mostly 1510-1535. Generally refer to St Neots (bequests to church) - a few are connected with Eynesbury or Paxton. Several accompanying letters are addressed "Dear Will" and signed "R (?) Birdsall" (bookbinder and stationer of Northampton).
BIRT, John1717UMS/G.STA/060Manor of Beachamstead: Conditional surrender of a close of pasture called the Ley Close, John Billett of St Ives to John Birt of St Ives, woolstapler.
BISHOP, John1747UMS/NON-H/102Grant of Administration of the goods etc. of John Bishop late of St Saviour, Southwark Co. Surrey, to Louisa Bishop widow, guardian of Charlotte Bishop. Dated 13th November 1747.
BLACHFORD, John1747-49UMS/UPWOD/067Mr John Blachford's Land Tax Receipts, 14th April 1747, 3rd October 1747 and 9th October 1749. Printed documents with MS additions.
BLACHFORD, John1748-49UMS/UPWOD/073Land Tax receipts, 3rd October 1748 and 18th April 1749, printed sheets with MS entries.
BLAND, John1821UMS/SPALD/107Abstract of title to property in Easton, manor of Spaldwick; begins October 1743, John Hills, infant, grandson and heir of Richard Hill, 1797 William Gaunt of Brington, 1800 John Gaunt to John Bland.
BLAND, Joseph1796UMS/SPALD/014Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a messuage and premises, Joseph Bland of Easton to Rev St John Harding of Kimbolton.
BLAND, Richard1637UMS/FENS/01Session of Sewers in St Ives, 12 October 1637 (13 Chas. 1): survey of fenland at Denver, signed by Richd. Bland Esq.
BLEMELL, Robert1686UMS/FENST/04Assignment by Robert Blemell of Fenstanton and Ann his wife, and Robert Maltyward of Rougham Co. Suffolk, esq., to Edward Leedes of Bury St Edmunds Co. Suffolk, gent., of a lease of a piece of meadow in Rougham Co. Suffolk.
BLETSOE, John1827UMS/WDHUR/01Abstract of the title of the trustees under the will of John Bletsoe to an allotment of land in Woodhurst.
BLETSOE, Thomas1638UMS/KIMBN/102Deed to lead to the uses of a fine of property in Kimbolton, between Thomas Bletsoe of Addington Co. Northants and Anne his wife, and John Anderson of Wymington Co. Beds, clerk.
BLOGG, Susanna1783 (i)UMS/HEM.G/084Order to the overseers of the poor of Hemingford Grey to receive and provide for Susanna Bloggs and her son John from St Ives.
BLOGG, Susanna1783 (ii)UMS/HEM.G/085Order to convey Susanna Blogg from Hemingford Grey to Buckenham, Norfolk.
BLOGG, Susanna1783 (iii)UMS/HEM.G/087The overseers of the parish of Buckenham, Norfolk, stating that Susanna Blogg shall not become chargeable to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
BLOODWORTH, Charles1822UMS/KIMBN/179Abstract of Title of Copyhold (Chas. Bloodworth). The property: a malting office and yard in Back Street, Kimbolton. 1799, extracts begin 1748 (Coleman/Kitching).
BLOODWORTH, Charles1855UMS/EASTN/10Copy of valuation and report of Charles Bloodworth of Kimbolton on the proposed exchange of lands belonging to the Duke of Manchester and Easton Town Land Charity.
BLOTT, John1812UMS/G.STA/085Manor of Beachamstead, Staughton: draft court rolls, include John Blott and Thomas Goodjohn, surrenders and admissions. Authorisation of William Day of St Neots, gent. to appoint deputies.
BLOTT, Thomas1844UMS/PIDLY/32Transfer of mortgage: the executors of Mrs Sarah Abbott deceased and Mr Edward Johnson to Mr Thomas Blott for securing £2000 and interest.
BLOWFIELD, Richard1832UMS/G.STA/011Abstract of Title: Richard Blowfield to freehold estate in Great Staughton.
BLOXHAM1839UMS/S.NEO/472Paper Mills: rough sketch for a petition to Parliament for compensation, and letter from Mr Bloxham on the same.
BLOXHAM & HOLLINGWORTH1815UMS/S.NEO/440Exracts from Bill in Chancery: Bloxham & Hollingworth v Towgood and others.
BLUNTISHAM1707 (i)UMS/BLUNT/03Court Roll. Bluntisham residents.
BLUNTISHAM1707 (ii)UMS/BLUNT/04Court Roll. Bluntisham tenants.
BLUNTISHAMNo dateUMS/BLUNT/14Rate and land quantities of the parish.
BLUNTISHAM ENCLOSURE1813UMS/BLUNT/10Inclosures. Bluntisham with Earith and Colne. Claims delivered to the commissioners and printed by them.
BLUNTISHAM ENCLOSURE1827 ?UMS/BLUNT/20List of ratepayers. Rate towards defraying of expenses of the inclosure of Bluntisham with Earith and Colne, probable date 1827 (see UMS/BLUNT/19). Rates charged, aggregate, sum received and rates in arrear, for each person.
BLYDESTEYN, Isaac1793 (i)UMS/HEM.G/019Release of a farm and lands called Dutch Farm in Hemingford Grey: Isaac Blydesteyn and others to William Mason of Somersham, gent., in trust for William Margetts of the town of Huntingdon.
BLYDESTEYN, Isaac1793 (ii)UMS/HEM.G/025Bargain and sale of messuages and lands in Hemingford Grey by Isaac Blydesteyn and others to William Mason of Somersham Co. Hunts., gent.
BODENHAM, Beaumont1662UMS/KEYST/12Indenture. Deed to declare the uses of a recovery suffered in Hilary term 14 & 15 Charles II (1661-1662), between Thomas Walpoole, Co. Middlesex, gent., and Beaumont Bodenham of Keyston Co. Hunts., dated 14 February 1662. Messuage and land at Keyston. Signature and tag of seal of Thomas Walpoole.
BODENHAM, Beaumont1663UMS/KEYST/06Lease for a year by Beaumont Bodenham, otherwise Bodenham [??? - "Bidenham" perhaps: see UMS/KEYST/10], to Gilbert Wigmore of Little Shelford Co. Cambs., of a messuage in Keyston, with Green's Close, Mickell Close, Stockfield Close and the Great Close there.
BOLER, Thomas1721UMS/ELLIN/10Mortgage by Thomas Boler of Ellington, carpenter, to William Jeay of Huntingdon, gent., of a house in Ellington heretofore conveyed to William Slew by Albion Throckmorton Esq., lord of the manor of Ellington.
BOLINGHAM, Oliver1718UMS/MOLES/01Deed of feoffment from Oliver Bolingham of Molesworth, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, and Philip Wright of the same place and Mary his wife, to Richard Wallett of Keystone, baker, of a close of pasture in Molesworth.
BLOMBERG, Edward Charles1753UMS/UPWOD/178Inventory of goods of Ed. Charles Blomberg at Chelsea. Receipt acknowleged by Vere Warner, 31st August 1753.
BOND, John1759UMS/O.WES/03Assignment of the remainder of a term on land and premises in Old Weston: John Bond of Gt Stukeley, gent., and John King of the same, yeoman, to Thomas Humphrey of Sawtry, farmer.
BOND, Mary1780UMS/O.WES/17Lease for a year to a conveyance of premises in Old Weston and assignment of bond: Mary Bond of Oundle, widow, to Robert Fowler of Papley in the parish of Warmington, Esq.
BONDE, Richard1614UMS/BYTHN/03Appointment of attorney, Richard Bonde of Bythorn, clerk, as attorney of William Mehew of the same town and county, yeoman, to deliver seisin of a close of ground in Bythorn to Henry Mehew his son.
BONEST, John1756UMS/ELLIN/03Manor of Ellington. Copy of surrender by John Bonest of Ellington, yeoman, eldest son of John Bonest, late of Ellington, gent., of a cottage in Ellington with appurtenances, to the use of Richard Martin of Brampton Co. Hunts., yeoman.
BONFIELD, John1741UMS/G.STA/067Admission of John Bonfield to a tenement and close and two acres of land.
BONFIELD, John1749UMS/G.STA/061Manor of Beachamstead: Absolute surrender of a messuage, John Bonfield to James Nott of Sandy, Beds., and John Hensman of Kimbolton in trust for the satisfaction of creditors.
BOON, John1705UMS/HAILW/17Conveyance of a barn in Hail Weston by John Boon to John Rutter, Oliver Brigg, Daniel Eaton, Thomas Pain, Richard Rawlins, all of St Neots, and John Topham of Eaton Socon, Simon Harecock and James Parrell of Hail Weston, and James Marshall of Gt Staughton; in trust for the use of the dissenting congregation of Hail Weston.
BOOTH, William1679UMS/ADMIN/41rProbate of the will of William Booth, late of Ramsey, granted to Robert Swayne.
BORRADALE, George1790UMS/G.STA/095Indenture: release, George A.T. Borradale of Gt Staughton Hunts, George Shee, parish of St James, James Archdekin, St Mary le Bone, mortgage of land in Hunts and Leicester. Security £4,000.
BOSTON, Hannah1748UMS/HEM.G/070Bond to indemnify the parish of Hemingford Grey from a bastard son of Hannah Boston.
CAMPION, William1747UMS/G.STA/059Manor of Beachamstead: Conditional surrender of arable land, William Campion to Penelope Boswell of Over Deans, Beds., for £50.
BOSWORTH, Agnes1691UMS/GODMC/017Mortgage by Agnes Bosworth of Godmanchester, widow, and William Bosworth of the same, husbandman, to Charles Ashby of Bugden, gent., of a messuage in Godmanchester with a close of pasture, to secure payment of £25.
BOUGHTON, Le Neve1730UMS/OFFRD/02Probate of the will of Le Neve Boughton of Offord Cluny, clerk.
BOULT, Susanna1710UMS/ADMIN/41kProbate of the will of Susanna Boult, late of Barkhamsted St Peter, Co. Hertford, widow, proved by William Higgs, executor, 5th March 1710.
BOURKE1806-35UMS/KIMBN/165Freehold Titles. Schedule of documents relating to the estate of Captain Bourke purchased by Miss Maria Onslow. Three documents refer to land in Kimbolton and Covington, viz:- 1) draft release, premises at Covington, Fox/Tomlinson/Fairway, 1806; 2) Mr Thomas Sutton's title, Kimbolton, 1835; 3) title of Mr Ellis, Kimbolton, 1840.
BOURNE, William1700UMS/EYNES/186Authorisation, by Francis Page (Chief Steward of the Earl of Sandwich), for the deputy Steward to accept a surrender of 4 acres of pasture from Wm. Bourne of Whitlesea, gent.and Mary his wife, to William Howard. Admission on reverse. Dated 16 April 1700. Latin and English text.
BOWER, George1866UMS/S.NEO/315Indenture between George Bower and George Day of purchase of land on the east side of Huntingdon Street in St Neots.
BOWER, Thomas1824UMS/BUCKD/048Abstract of title (continuation of) of Thomas Bower to freehold premises in Buckden, heretofore copyhold and held of the Manor of Buckden with the Members.
BOWERY, Ann1856UMS/S.NEO/204Letters of administration to the estate of Ann Bowery, granted to William Bowery of St Neots, her son.
BOWES, John1744UMS/PAXTN/39Copy for copyhold of the manor of Gt Paxton in the will of John Bowes, leaving the manor to Simon Purdue of Thriplow.
BOWIS, John1771UMS/ELTON/01Agreement, John Bowis and M. Morton, relating to property in Elton.
BOWKER1812 (i)UMS/PIDLY/10Release: Messrs Bowker, Morley and others, by direction of Mr Francis Lowe and others, to Mr Maldin Wallis and his trustee.
BOWKER1812 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/16Lease: Messrs Bowker and others to Mr Maldin Wallis.
BOWKER, Thomas1747UMS/YAXLY/13Manorial Surrender: Thomas Bowker, gent. of Peterborough, tanner, to George Green, farmer, of land in Yaxley.
BOWKER, William1710UMS/WINWK/01Lease for a year by William Bowker of Yaxley, grazier, and Bertie Cook of Richmond, Surrey, merchant, to William Charlton of Fletton, of premises in Winwick.
BOWKER, William1769UMS/YAXLY/12Copy of court roll, 13 May 1769: William Bowker surrendered one acre, a common right, belonging to a messuage of his, to the use of George Sharman, gardener. Receipt for the sum of £26.
BOWLTON, James1597 (ii)UMS/STILT/55Dated 28th April in the 39th year of the Reign of Elizabeth (1597): James Bowlton of Stilton, gent., to William Walton of Wimpole, gent., "capital messuage or Inn called the Tabor, in Stilton" (also land). Signatures and seal.
BOWLTON, James1597 (i)UMS/STILT/04Conveyance by James Bowlton of Stilton, gent., to William Walter of Wimpole, Cambs., gent, of a messuage called the Tabert, and two closes called George's Close and Priory Close in Stilton.
BOWYER1838UMS/OFFRD/11Mr Bowyer's account in respect of Offord Mills and Offord Bridges.
BOWYER, Frances1880UMS/DIDDN/01Probate of the will of Miss Frances Bowyer, late of Diddington.
BOXEAT, Thomas1835UMS/SOUTH/09Account for the admission of Thomas Boxeat in the Manor of Southoe with Lovetoft.
BOYDEN, Robert1751UMS/RAMSY/026Lease for a year by Robert Boyden of Ramsey, woolstapler, to Francis Leary of Yaxley, grocer, of a piece of ground in Ramsey field called the Mill Hill and a corn windmill on the said hill and other premises in Ramsey.
BRACE, Mrs1800UMS/S.NEO/016Extract of the title of Mr Gurry to premises in St Neots sold to Mrs Brace.
BRADSHAW, Thomas1635UMS/BUCKD/088Deed. Manor of Buckden. Surrender of Copyhold: Thomas and Richard Bradshaw to Orwell Shelley.
BRAMPTONNo dateUMS/BRAMP/24Inventory. Very detailed. The number of wine bottles (260) and quantity of ale (40 gallons) supports its previous catalogue description as "Inventory of an inn at Brampton".
BRAUGHTON, Richard1660UMS/W.NEW/17Lease by Richard Braughton and Robert Pemberton, trustees of the estate of John Glover, to Thomas Hawkins.
BRAYBROOK, Thomas1827UMS/MOLES/26Apprentice Indenture "Thomas Braybrook, with the consent of his reputed father Thomas Pashler of Molesworth, farmer" to Thomas Walker of Godmanchester, cordwainer, 2 July 1827.
BRICKHAM1727-1823UMS/GLATT/19a-hCollection of deeds concerning a mill in Glatton: a) dated 1824, refers back to 1727; b) Brickham/Pashler, 1823; c) Articles of agreement; d) Agreement, 1823; e) Account, legal services and journeys; f) Mortgage with plan; g) Case re title, much detail; h) Re title. All these documents concern right of title with transfers of the property 1727-1823.
BRIDGES1702UMS/UPWOD/179Abstract of title of Mr Bridges to the Manor of Upwood, 1702 etc.
BRIGGS, Edward1688 (i)UMS/COVIN/02Conveyance: Edward Briggs of Gt Gidding Co. Hunts., victualer, to Henry Mallard of the same, yeoman; of two tenements and lands in Covington.
BRIGGS, Edward1688 (ii)UMS/COVIN/05Conveyance: Edward Briggs of Covington, yeoman, to Henry Mallard of Gt Gidding, grazier, of two messuages and nine acres of land in Covington.
BRIGGS, John1796UMS/SWINS/26Probate of the will of John Briggs of Swineshead, yeoman.
BRIGHTY, Alice1779UMS/RAMSY/006Lease for a year by Alice Brighty of Ramsey, widow, to William Hopkinson of Peterborough, clerk, and Henry Brown of Ramsey, farmer, of a fen lot in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
BRISCOE, Richard1655UMS/S.NEO/200Feoffment between Richard Briscoe and his wife, and Mathias Taylor of Eaton-Socon.
BRISCOE, Susanne1704UMS/ADMIN/41wProbate of the will of Susanne Briscoe late of Aldenham, widow, granted to Ellen Briscoe, executrix.
BROCON, John1737UMS/SPALD/046Deed of partition of copyhold lands in the manor of Spaldwick and located in the county of Huntingdon, between John Brocon and John Brasning etc. and Edward Billett Sen. and Edward Billett Jun., 18th October 1737.
BROMLEY, Thomas1583UMS/UPWOD/190Thomas Bromley, Knt., Richard Warren, Esq., and Henry Bromley, Esq. seek and obtain against Henry Williams alias Cromwell. Knt., and Johanna his wife, possession of certain manors in Huntingdonshire viz., Ramsey, Sawtry, Warboys, etc. Hilary Term 26 Elizabeth.
BROMLEY, William1689UMS/NON-H/098Lease by William Bromley of Co. Warwick to Trever Fortrey, spinster, a daughter of Samuel Fortrey of London, deceased, of the Manor of Castle Eden, Co. Durham. Signature and seal of William Bromley.
BROOKE, Francis1709UMS/NON-H/059The will of Francis Brooke, wife of William Brooke of the City of Norwich, Esq. Reference to a deed of 1702. Her father is Anthony Mingay, gent., and the MS names Rt. Hon. William Lord Richardson Baron of Crumond, Ireland, John Whitefoot, clerk, William and Edward Ferrer. Ref. to parish of Swainsthorpe, Norfolk.
BROOKE, Richard1622UMS/SOUTH/06Indenture between Sir Richard Brooke of Norton, Chester; Sir Richard Grosvenor of Eaton, Chester; Edmund Wind of Earith, Hunts, gent.; Torrell Jocelyn of Hoginton, Cambs. and Elizabeth his wife; of the one part; and Sir Robert Payne of Southoe of the other part; whereby Elizabeth Jocelyn appoints the said Sir Richard Brooke her father, and others as her trustees, to lease the Manor of Southoe and premises there to Sir Robert Payne for 12 years.
BROOKE, Sir Basil1615UMS/NON-H/078Indenture, conveyance: dated 9th February 1615, two closes of land with appurtenances called Sandy Croftes, in Amersham Co. Bucks., Sir Basil Brooke of Madeley Court Co. Salop to Christopher Clarke of Cleshill, Amersham, yeoman and John Childe of Deans Place, Amersham, yeoman. Signature of Basil Brooke.
BROOKS, Richard1774UMS/RAMSY/020Lease for a year by Richard Brooks of Chatteris, apothecary, and George Brooks of the same, to Peter Brighty of Ramsey, of a cottage in a street called the Great White in Ramsey.
BROUGHTON, John1729 (i)UMS/GODMC/089Surrender bond: John Broughton and Elizabeth his wife, both of Godmanchester, to Philip Chapman of the same, in £20.
BROUGHTON, John1729 (ii)UMS/GODMC/090Bond whereby John Broughton and Elizabeth his wife acknowledge themselves bound to Philip Chapman in £20 to perform certain covenants.
BROUGHTON, John1762UMS/WARBO/10Manor of Warboys: admission of John Broughton, senior and junior, to a messuage and premises on the surrender of Susannah Smith.
BROUGHTON, John1768UMS/WARBO/08Manor of Warboys: admission of John Broughton on the surrender of Ellington Gifford, to land.
BROUGHTON, John1781UMS/WARBO/07Manor of Warboys: admission of John Broughton to 9 acres of land on the surrender of Thomas Meadows and Mary his wife.
BROWN and DAY1838UMS/WARBO/01Abstract of title of Messrs Brown and Day to freehold estate at Warboys.
BROWN John1820UMS/HUNTN/128Sale of land and tenements to John Brown of Godmanchester, dated 3 August 1820.
BROWN, Benjamin1766UMS/STO.L/02Copy of the will of Benjamin Brown of Long Stow, yeoman.
BROWN, Benjamin1766xUMS/STO.L/02Copy of the will of Benjamin Brown, yeoman, of Long Stow.
BROWN, Edward1875UMS/GRAFM/07Manor of Dillington and Perry. Admission of Edward Brown, farmer of Grafham, on death of Clement Whitehead Brown of Dillington, yeoman, to messuage, cottages and land at Dillington. 17 April 1875.
BROWN, Elizabeth1718UMS/SOMER/73Manor of Somersham, copy of Court Roll: admission of William Browne as heir to his mother Elizabeth. Signature of John Cotton, Steward. Dated 2nd August 1718.
BROWN, George1770UMS/UPTON/05Letter to Lord Townsend, dated from St Ives, concerning money owed by an agent in Dublin.
BROWN, John1820UMS/BUCKD/027Release by John Brown of Elmington Co. Northants., gent., to Samuel Holden of Buckden Co. Hunts. and Sir James Duberly of Gains Hall Co. Hunts., knight, of two allotments of arable land in Buckden.
BROWN, John1885UMS/S.NEO/096Probate of the will of John Brown of St Neots.
BROWN, John AronNo dateUMS/BLUNT/13Claim. Bluntisham and Earith inclosure, by John Aron Brown to various allotments.
BROWN, Robert1720UMS/STO.L/07Will of Robert Brown of Stow, yeoman.
BROWN, Robert1720xUMS/STO.L/07Will of Robert Brown, yeoman, of Stow
BROWN, Thomas1717UMS/SPALD/104Copy of court roll, admission of Thomas Brown to two cottages, pasture and arable land in Spaldwick.
BROWN, Thomas1768-1825UMS/HUNTN/133Collection of six deeds. (a) Aug 1 1768, Thomas Brown Esq. to Mr John Richards; (b) duplicate of the above; (c) Nov 19 1790: Tho. Brown Esq. to Mr Sanderson and Mr Margetts, Lease for a year; (d) Nov. 20 1790: marriage settlement, Miss Brown-Margetts; (e) 1825: Wm Margaetts and Elizabeth his wife to Tho. Broughton; (f) 6 Geo. IV Chancery proceeding, Broughton-Margetts. (All concern land at Spalding).
BROWN, Thomas1846UMS/G.STA/087Title of Mr Thomas Brown to freehold at Dillington, Gt Staughton. Attached auction sale poster describing the cottages etc. "as now occupied by Widow Hawkins and her son William".
BROWNE, Edward1711UMS/WISTO/15Feoffment of a Fen Lot in Wistow: Edward Browne the elder, weaver, and Mary his wife, Edward Browne, the younger of the same, carpenter, to John Harris of Wistow, yeoman.
BROWNE, Edward1725UMS/WISTO/17Release of a right in a close of pasture ground in Wistow: Edward Browne of Wistow, carpenter, to Uriah Harris of the same, gent.
BROWNE, Jonathan1720UMS/KIMBN/144Will of Jonathan Browne of Stonely, shepherd.
BROWNE, Mary1721UMS/FENST/13Bargain and sale of a messuage in Fenstanton: Mary Browne of Swavesey Co. Cambs., spinster, and Samuel Pearmean of Sutton, Isle of Ely, to Martin Lacey of Fenstanton, esq.
BROWNE, Richard1774UMS/RAMSY/053Probate of the will of Richard Browne of Ramsey, surgeon.
BROWNE, Robert1613UMS/YAXLY/08Depositions of Robert Browne of Yaxley, fisherman, as to the bounds of Whittlesea Mere.
BROWNE, Thomas1720UMS/SPALD/037Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Thomas Browne of Stow under the will of his father John Browne.
BROWNE, Thomas1729UMS/SPALD/028Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: conditional surrender, Thomas Browne to John Sympson of Covington.
BROWNING, John1708UMS/GODMC/053Probate of the will of John Browning of Godmanchester, blacksmith.
BROWNING, John1727UMS/MOLES/23Feoffment of a messuage, close and 9 acres of land in Molesworth: John Browning and Rachel Smith both of Bythorn, to Thomas Hustwait of Molesworth.
BROWNING, John1737UMS/STO.L/19Copy of surrender by John Browning and Elizabeth his wife to William Ladds of land in Long Stow.
BROWNING, John1737xUMS/STO.L/19Copy of Surrender by John Browning and Elizabeth his wife, to William Ladds of land on Long Stow.
BROWNING, Joseph1844UMS/G.STA/012Abstract of Title: Joseph Browning to copyhold premises held of the Manor of Gains etc.
BROWNINGS1817UMS/SOUTH/01Abstract of the title of Messrs Brownings to copyhold premises held of the Manor of Southoe with Lovetofts.
BUCHANAN, Joseph1783 (i)UMS/S.NEO/265Release: Joseph Buchanan and others to Edward Danns, of two cottages in St Neots.
BUCHANAN, Joseph1783 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/581Release: Joseph Buchanan and others to Edward James, two cottages and some ground in St Neots (cottages near the bridge called Eynesbury Bridge, one occupied by Sarah Pattison, widow). Several signatures including that of Paul Pattison.
BUCKDEN (Parish Officers)1838UMS/BUCKD/099Legal Petition, collection of 20 documents relating to proceedings in Chancery with notice to Buckden Parishioners etc.
BUCKDEN (Parish Officers)No dateUMS/BUCKD/100List of voters resident in Buckden.
BUCKDEN CHARITY SCHOOL1853UMS/BUCKD/060Charity school, Buckden. Notice to deliver up possession of the charity school house, served on Mr Henry James. Miscellaneous accounts relating to the school.
BUCKDEN PARISH1840UMS/BUCKD/052Specification for building four almshouses in the parish of Buckden. Accounts etc. relating to the same.
BUCKDEN PARISH OFFICERS1838-46UMS/BUCKD/108a-hSouth's Charity (Collection). Documents in Chancery (a-h). (a) Affidavit of 1837, G. & J. Bowyer and others; (b) Brief Petition of 1838; (c) re Mr. South's will; (d) Purchase of land, 1839; (e) Affidavit of 1839, MrUsher; (f) Affidavit of Augustine Priestly, Gent; (g) Proposed scheme submitted for the approval of the Master (legacy of £1500); (h) 1846 Memo re funds.
BUCKDEN PROPERTY1845UMS/BUCKD/073Map of property for sale in Buckden. Correspondence relating to same.
BUCKDEN, Manor of1755-1811UMS/BUCKD/005Rental of the quit rents belonging to the manor of Buckden.
BUCKELL, William1704UMS/HEM.G/056Certificate stating William Buckell to be legally settled in St Neots.
BULL INN ST IVES-UMS/S.IVE/089-101These MSS are a collection relating to the former Bull Inn in Bridge Street, St Ives (present-day 19 Bridge Street, now the West End DIY shop). See also UMS/S.IVE/111-117 for a further collection about the same property.
BULL INN ST IVES--UMS/S.IVE/111-117These MSS are a collection relating to the former Bull Inn in Bridge Street, St Ives (present-day 19 Bridge Street, now the West End DIY shop). See also UMS/S.IVE/89-101 for a further collection about the same property.
BULL, Henry1817UMS/HEM.G/115Original and copy in reduced form of order to overseers of Hemingford Grey to be at liberty to bind Henry Bull, aged 14 years, of Hemingford Grey as apprentice to William Robe, weaver, of Stow.
BULL, John1791UMS/WDHUR/05Extract from the register of the parish of Ely Trinity, of a marriage between John Bull of Woodhurst and Anne Boyce of Ely.
BULL, Mary1811UMS/S.IVE/065Receipt given by Mary Bull for £3.3.0., half year's wages as servant to the late Mrs Hatley.
BULL, Mary Longland1799UMS/HEM.G/104Order to convey Mary Longland Bull and children from the parish of Hemingford Grey to the parish of Hilton.
BULL, Robert1826UMS/S.NEO/636Title to premises in Eaton Socon (Mr George Parker of Eaton Socon). Robert Bull (of St Neots, yeoman) named from 1803 onwards. Lengthy abstract, concerns several families of Bedfordshire and of London (begins 1767).
BULL, Sarah1690UMS/SPALD/027Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Sarah Bull of Spaldwick.
BUNBURY, Susannah1755UMS/BRAMP/21Quadrupartite Indenture. Names Tho. Wilberforce, Susannah Bunbury of Brampton, Parker of Brington. One signature and seal.
BUNBURY, William1735UMS/CATWO/22Feoffment, William Bunbury of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., clerk, and his wife, to Henry Infield of Gt Catworth, gent., of a messuage, close and orchard in Gt Catworth.
BURCHALL, Robert1760UMS/UPWOD/137Letter from Robert Burchall, Threadneedle Street to Mrs Warner on the Decree and subsequent Discharge of the Long Lane Estate from payment of legatees etc., 18th November 1760.
BURCHAM, John1799UMS/CONIN/03Valuation of certain parts of the lordship of Connington made by John Burcham Esq. of Connesby Co. Lincs.
BURDER, John1822UMS/BUCKD/074Abstract of title of John Burder to a copyhold estate held of the manor of Buckden with the Members.
BURDER, John1825UMS/S.NEO/155Abstract of the title of John Burder Squire to freehold messuage and premises in St Neots.
BURGES, Thomas1728UMS/RAMSY/047Lease for a year by Thomas Burges of Dodington, gent, to Thomas Henson of Bury, yeoman, of a messuage in Ramsey and a lot of fen ground called Turffe Croft in Ramsey Turffe Fen.
BURGES, William1767UMS/RAMSY/003Lease for a year by William Burges of Ramsey, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, John Fitzjohn, and Hannah Salmon both of Ramsey, to Henry Brown of the same place, grazier, of a parcel of land in Stocking Fen and a lot called Little Skeggins and other premises in Ramsey.
BURGESS, Thomas1824UMS/EYNES/206Apprentice Indenture: Thomas Burgess, son of Jonah Burgess of Eynesbury, yeoman, to William Clark of Eynesbury, bricklayer. 27 March 1824. Three signatures.
BURNEBYE, Benjamin1710UMS/STO.L/05Admission of Benjamin Burnebye in the Manor of Stow, on the surrender of Thomas Pheasant.
BURNEBYE, Benjamin1710xUMS/STO.L/05Admission of Benjamin Burnebye in the Manor of Stow, on the surrender of Thomas Pheasant.
BURNELL, Francis1685UMS/EYNES/090Certificate of the marriage of Francis Burnell and Alice Luke, and baptism of their daughter Sarah.
BURNET, Henry1822UMS/PIDLY/43Release: Henry Burnet Esq and his Trustees to William Wiles and his Trustee of a freehold estate at Pidley, from an annuity and reassignment of term of 1000 years therein.
BURRELLNo dateUMS/EYNES/177Letter from Mr Burrell to Mr and Mrs Cole of Eynesbury, giving extracts from Rymes as help make out paper re Walds and Caldecote.
BURROW, Walter1684UMS/RAMSY/111Bond of Walter Burrow apprenticed to John Cooper of Ramsey.
BURROWS, Magdalene1745UMS/G.STA/071Admission of Magdalene Burrows to nine acres of land.
BURTON, Catherine1868UMS/HUNTN/027Probate of the will of Catherine Burton of Huntingdon, widow.
BURTON, Frances B.1826UMS/PIDLY/78Release: Miss Frances B. Burton to Mr Robert Johnson and his Trustee.
BURTON, Jeremiah1832UMS/S.NEO/331Order to remove Jeremiah Burton and Elizabeth his wife, now chargeable on the parish of St Neots, to Anstrey, Warwicks.
BURTON, Miss F.B.1826UMS/PIDLY/39Lease: Miss F.B. Burton to Mr Robert Johnson for one year.
BURTON, Richard1703UMS/ELLIN/04Conveyance, Richard Burton the younger of Wooly, cordwainer (labourer), to William Hawkins of Ellington, baker, of a close called Dunsbury in Ellington.
BURTON, Robert1795 (i)UMS/PIDLY/04Lease: Robert Burton and Peter Nightingale to John Lindsell, trustee for Mr Francis Lowe, for one year.
BURTON, Robert1795 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/09Deed of covenants: Robert Burton Esq. with Mr Francis Lowe.
BURTON, Robert1795 (iii)UMS/PIDLY/15Conveyance: Robert Burton and Peter Nightingale to Francis Lowe and his trustee, of an estate in Pidley, subject to a rent of £10 per year.
BURTON, Robert1801 (i)UMS/PIDLY/69Conveyance: Sir Robert Burton and his Trustee to David Burton Fowler Esq.
BURTON, Robert1801 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/83Lease: Sir Robert Burton and his Trustee to David Burton Fowler Esq., of premises at Pidley, Hunts.
BURTON, Robert1803UMS/PIDLY/14Feoffment: Sir Robert Burton, knight, to Dr Robert Johnson.
BURTON/USHER1790UMS/BUCKD/126Manor of Buckden. Admission relates to a messuage etc. dated 6 October 1790.
BURY, Manor of17th cent.UMS/BURY/08A particular of the Manor of Bury.
BUTCHER, Thomas1790UMS/S.NEO/269Agreement to pay an Annuity by Thomas Butcher of Deptford, Kent, to Richard Hatley of the same place.
BUTLER, Robert1694UMS/HEM.G/004Release by Robert Butler, citizen and goldsmith of London, to Thomas Butler of Hemingford Grey, blacksmith, of a messuage called Pollard's in Hemingford Grey.
BUTLER, Thomas1799UMS/GT.GR/050Absolute surrender by Thomas Butler to James Rust of 2½ acres of land in Gt Gransden.
BUTTENSHAW, John1822UMS/S.NEO/466Correspondence between Buttenshaw and Towgood concerning money due for Engagement and Patent.
BYAMS, Robert1617UMS/HUNTN/074Dispute heard in All Saints' Church Huntingdon, by Master Thomas Morison, Doctor of Law, surrogate of George bishop of Lincoln, between Robert Byams, clerk, rector of Bradfield, against Edward Pulter Esq. of the same, concerning tithes.
BYDELL, Richard1568UMS/KIMBN/193Deed of sale of lands in Stonely, dated 1568, perhaps with earlier refs. in Latin text. Concerns Richd. Bydell (Bedell) and John Smith and Richd.Duffeld.
BYNGFELD, RobertNo dateUMS/UPTON/01Agreement (part of) between Robert Byngfeld of Upton and John Otydolff. 17th century.
BYRD, Theophylus1652UMS/STILT/49The exact description of part of the Common of Stilton, belonging to the inhabitants, being by their consent surveyed by Theophylus Byrd, with Plan of the Common.
BYTHORN PARISH1838UMS/BYTHN/01Articles of agreement for the commutation of tithes of the parish of Bythorn.
CAESAR, Charles1726UMS/GT.GR/022Bargain and sale of three sellions of arable land (containing one acre) in Gt Gransden: Charles Caesar of Gt Gransden, gent., to Timothy Ellwood of the same, carpenter.
CAESAR, Charles1769UMS/GT.GR/042aManor of Mannox: surrender by Charles Caesar of lands and a messuage in Gt Gransden.
CALDECOTT, John1774UMS/OFFRD/29Letter concerning rent received from John Caldecott of Offord.
CALEY1800-1825UMS/ADMIN/17Many reports by Mr Caley of the Augmentation Office, London, dated c. 1800-1825. The reports are the results of searches in the Legal Records concerning rights, titles, tithes etc., primarily ecclesiastical or manorial. Early records are quoted or copied. Some 18th-century originals. Several Hunts parishes mentioned. Pages numbered but in disorder.
CALLIS, Edward1672-73UMS/DENTN/05Fine made between Edward Callis, plaintiff, and Thomas Smith and Anne his wife, deforciants, of premises in Denton.
CALVERT, Thomas1785UMS/HEM.G/089Order to convey Thomas Calvert from the parish of Broughton to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
CAMBRIDGE, Elizabeth1680UMS/W.NEW/01Probate of the will of Elizabeth Cambridge of Water Newton.
CAMERON, Donald1821UMS/GT.GR/089Extract from the will of Donald Cameron of Gt Gransden.
CAMPION, Alice1716UMS/BURY/05Copy of will of Alice Campion of Bury, widow.
CAMPORT, Thomas1775UMS/S.NEO/099Probate of the will of Thomas Camport of St Neots.
CANHAM, James1844UMS/S.IVE/038Probate of the will of James Canham of St Ives, stone-mason.
CANNELL, SawyerNo dateUMS/KEYST/07Fragment of a deed concerning pasture ground in Keyston, being part of a farm called Guillets Farm, belonging to Sawyer Cannell, 17--.
CANTER, Henry1710UMS/HAILW/23"The Orders made at ye Court Leet and Court Baron held by Henry Canter, gent."
CANTERBURY CATHEDRALNo date (i)UMS/NON-H/068Statuta Ecclesia Cathedralis & Metropoliticae Christi Cant. Regis Henrici octavi etc. [Statutes of Canterbury Cathedral by Henry VIII as they were corrected and confirmed by Charles I.] Latin.
CANTERBURY CATHEDRALNo date (ii)UMS/NON-H/069Collatio Statutorus Eccles: Cathedralis et Metropolit: Christi Cant: nec non Eccles: Chathedral: [sic] de Burgo Sti Petri vulgo petriburgensis &c. [Comparison of the statutes of Canterbury and Peterborough cathedrals]. Latin.
CARCASSON, John Francis de1724UMS/GODMC/069Assignment of the remainder of a lease by John Francis de Carcasson of Huntingdon, Esq., and Elizabeth his wife, William Fullwood, doctor of physic, John Clarke of Huntingdon, gent., executors of the will of James Farrell Esq., deceased, to Alured Clarke of Godmanchester, gent., of premises in Post Street in Godmanchester.
CARCASSONNET, Elizabeth1742 (i)UMS/HUNTN/126Abstract of will of Elizabeth Carcassonnet formerly of the town of Huntingdon. "To John Vernon, son of her niece Ann Vernon deceased: closes, land and tenements in Huntingdon."
CARCASSONNET, Elizabeth1742 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/127Extract from Will of Eliz. Carcassonnet (proved at Canterbury Dec. 1749). Grant of goods to James Vernon dated 13 June 1749.
CARCASSONNET, Elizabeth1752UMS/HUNTN/166Extract from Registry of PCC Wills at Canterbury. Will of Elizabeth de Carcassonnet late of Huntingdon, widow, deceased. Fish Pond Close, Huntingdon to William Fullwood, Doctor of Physic. 13 June 1752
CARPENTER, William1840UMS/S.NEO/538Abstract of deeds relating to an estate in St Neots belonging to Mr William Carpenter, 1840.
CARR, William1812UMS/CATWO/69Indenture. Release of messuage and pasture etc.in Great Catworth. Mr Wm Carr to Mr Francis Baldry. Dated 4 January 1812.
CARRINGTON1849UMS/EYNES/005Lease of a farm in the parish of Eynesbury, Mr Carrington to Mr James Paine.
CARRINGTON, Rhoda1767UMS/GT.GR/018Release of a messuage or cottage in Gt Gransden: Rhoda Carrington of Gt Gransden, widow, to Thomas Carrington of Cambridge, butler.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1772UMS/GT.GR/017Copy of the will of Thomas Carrington of Gt Gransden.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1775UMS/GT.GR/019Abstract of title of Thomas Carrington to a freehold and copyhold estate in Gt Gransden.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1784UMS/GT.GR/024Manor of Rippington: copy of admisson of Thomas Carrington to premises in Gt Gransden.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1802UMS/GT.GR/030Release of an acre of arable land in Gt Gransden: Thomas Carrington of Cambridge to Joseph Whitehead of Gt Gransden.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1803 (i)UMS/GT.GR/029Manor of Rippington: copy of surrender by Thomas Carrington of Cambridge, butler, to Joseph Whitehead of Gt Gransden, shopkeeper, of one acre of arable land in Gt Gransden.
CARRINGTON, Thomas1803 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/036Release of a messuage or tenement in Gt Gransden, with covenant to surrender premises there: Thomas Carrington of Cambridge to Joseph Whitehead of Gt Gransden.
CARTER, Ann1698UMS/OFFRD/34Memorandum, 5 March 1698, Ann Carter to Mr Richard Astry, gent. of Huntingdon. Land in Offord Darcy. Ann Carter, widow, of Offord Darcy received £1-17s. and she is to receive 15 shillings every June.
CARTER, John1700UMS/EYNES/141Lease for a year of land in Eynesbury, Globe Close included, by John Carter to Simon Staughton, both of Eynesbury.
CARTER, John1737UMS/NON-H/017Copy of court roll, surrender by John Carter of Bishops Stortford, Herts, tanner, to Hale Wortham of Royston, tallow chandler: six acres of land called Kingsbridge, dated 30th April 1737.
CARTER, Walter1829UMS/BUCKD/069Abstract of title. To an estate at Hargrave Co. Northants formerly Walter Carter's of Buckden.
CARVER, Marmaduke1735 (ii)UMS/O.WES/33Indenture of Defeazance between Marmaduke Carver of Chesterfield and the Hon. Thomas, Earl of Malton, of a former indenture of lease and release of two parts in eight of the Manor of Old Weston, made between the same parties.
CARY, Sir George1662UMS/NON-H/029Indenture between Sir George Cary of Newparke Co. Southampton and John Stowell of Parke in the parish of Bovey Tracy, Co. Devon, re Torre Abbey in Devon.
CASE, James1839UMS/S.NEO/149Abstract of the title of James Case and Sarah his wife to premises in Green End in St Neots.
CASSOL, George1888UMS/S.NEO/475Letters re dismissal of George Cassol, presumably from St Neots paper mills.
CASTELL, Philip1699UMS/HUNTN/012Conveyance by Philip Castell of London, only son and heir of Philip Castell of Huntingdon, to Thomas Woodward of Hitchin Co. Herts, of property in St Mary's Huntingdon.
CASTELL, Robert1682UMS/GLATT/02Bargain and sale of a cottage in Glatton: Robert Castell of London, gent., and Thomas Weedon of London, merchant, and Anne his wife, to John Clarke of Glatton, yeoman.
CATER, Martha1771UMS/SPALD/108Admission of Martha Cater on surrender and will of Elizabeth West, re Rangland Close, previously copyhold held by Thomas Sutton.
CATER, William1756UMS/HUNTN/063Mortgage by William Cater of Huntingdon, blacksmith, and Mary his wife, to Edward Reed Thong of Huntingdon, gent., of a messuage in Huntingdon to secure £70.
CATLIN, Margaret1712UMS/HOLYW/09Manor of Holywell with Needingworth: admission of Margaret Catlin under the will of William Catlin her husband.
CATLIN, Mary1748UMS/GODMC/079Letters of administration to the estate of Mary Catlin late of Godmanchester, deceased.
CATLIN, Mary1762UMS/GODMC/029Probate of the will of Mary Catlin of Godmanchester and five bills or receipts.
CATLIN, Myles1762UMS/RAMSY/062Release by Myles Catlin to John Poulter of Ramsey.
CATLIN, Sara1681UMS/ADMIN/35Archdeaconry of Huntingdon probate authority, August 1681, will of Sara Catlin proved by executor Thomas Whitlock; testator was of Clarendon, Hertfordshire (then within the archdeaconry).
CATLIN, William1712UMS/HOLYW/33Manorial Admission, copy of Court Roll of October 1712. Admission of William Catlin to cottage (?) and land in Holywell and Needingworth. Names Thomas Curtis senior, gent., Thomas Curtis junior, gent. and Margaret (Catlin?).
CATLING, Miles1748 (i)UMS/GODMC/111Inventory of the goods and chattels of Miles Catling of Godmanchester, taken by John Poulter and Reade Peacock.
CATLING, Miles1748 (ii)UMS/GODMC/112Stock of Mr Miles Catling of Godmanchester at Huntingdon.
CATLING, Miles1748 (iii)UMS/GODMC/113Stock of Mr Miles Catling of Godmanchester at St Neots.
CATLING, Miles1748 (iv)UMS/GODMC/114Account of debts owing to Miles Catling at the time of his decease.
CATLING, Miles1748 (v)UMS/GODMC/115The account of Mary Catling, administratrix to Miles Catling.
CATLING, Miles ?1748 (vi) ?UMS/GODMC/118The inventory of a stationer's shop at St Ives, presumably that of Miles Catling of Godmanchester as it is very similar to UMS/GODMC/112-113.
CATWORTH1561-1812UMS/CATWOTranscripts of parish registers: see UMS/GENEA/08.
CATWORTHNo dateUMS/CATWO/74There is no item for this number.
CATWORTH Parish of1804UMS/CATWO/68Tax Assessment. List of owners and occupiers. Paper torn but text clear and complete.
CAVE, William1732UMS/HEM.G/065Certificate to the overseers of the poor in Hemingford Grey stating that William Cave and his wife Elizabeth are legally settled in the parish of Ependen (?), Northants.
CAWTHORNE, Elizabeth1717UMS/GODMC/033Assignment of mortgage by Elizabeth Cawthorne of Witton Co. Hunts., widow, and Johannah Wright of St Ives, widow, to William Ashton of Leighton Co. Hunts., of 300 acres of arable land in the fields of Godmanchester to secure payment of the remainder of £100.
CHAM, John1731UMS/SWINS/16Manor of Swineshead: Admission of John Cham on the death of Lucas Allington.
CHAM, John1740UMS/SWINS/29Copy will of John Cham of Hacconby, Lincs., farmer. Property in Swineshead.
CHAM, John1762UMS/SWINS/31Copy of Release of Legacies under the will of John Cham of Hacconby, Lincs: Isaiah Brown and Elizabeth Cham of Burton Coggles, Lincs., to John Cham of Hacconby. Property in Swineshead.
CHAMBER, Andrew1780UMS/S.NEO/085Release of a capital messuage or mansion house and premises, near a place called the Priory in St Neots: Andrew Chamber of Northampton, maltster, to William Fowler of St Neots, maltster.
CHAMBERLAYNE1813UMS/S.NEO/638Return (taxation?) of property: "Easter Term 53 Geo. 3: 1813 s. 757 Huntingdon", refers to five messuages, five cottages . . . six orchards . . . 400 acres of land . . . etc. in the Parishes of St Neots and Eynesbury. Return examined at the King's Silver Office, Court Temple, 8 May 1813.
CHAMBERS, Mungo1753UMS/S.NEO/242Will of Mungo Chambers of St Neots, gent.
CHAMBERS, William GiffordNo dateUMS/S.IVE/074Poem: "How the Bells Tolled the Legend" by William Gifford Chambers.
CHANDLER, John1699UMS/S.IVE/061Settlement by St Ives Overseers of John Chandler.
CHAPLIN, Henry1730UMS/WISTO/25Feoffment from Henry Chaplin of Wistow, yeoman, to Uriah Harris of the same, gent, of a farm in Wistow.
CHAPMAN, George1870UMS/KIMBN/070Manor of Kimbolton: conditional surrender of copyhold lands and hereditaments comprising part of "Wright's Farm", Kimbolton, for securing £3000: George Chapman to Ann Pledger; plan attached.
CHAPMAN, Ginnings1773UMS/ADMIN/41pProbate of the will of Ginnings Chapman of Stevenage, gent., proved by his widow Mary Chapman, 19th April 1773.
CHAPMAN, Henry1660UMS/SWINS/44Copy deed relating to a fine for the use of Henry Chapman of Swineshead and Elizabeth his wife.
CHAPMAN, John1733UMS/S.NEO/140Release of a messuage or Inn called the Wrestler in St Neots: John Chapman of St Neots, inn holder, and John Geary of Irthingborough, Northants.
CHAPMAN, John1858UMS/KIMBN/113Probate of the will of John Chapman of Kimbolton.
CHAPMAN, Philip1737UMS/S.NEO/103Attested copy of Lease and Release of a messuage in St Neots formerly called the Bull Inn: Philip Chapman of Godmanchester, gent., to George Williams of the same place, gent.
CHAPMAN, Philip1746 (i)UMS/GODMC/051Mortgage: Philip Chapman of Godmanchester Esq. to Roger Thompson of Rickmansworth Co. Herts., Esq., to secure £100. Lands in Godmanchester.
CHAPMAN, Philip1746 (ii)UMS/GODMC/091Bond whereby Philip Chapman acknowledges himself bound to Roger Thompson in £400 to perform certain covenants.
CHAPMAN, William1710UMS/S.NEO/033Conveyance of a messuage in St Neots, formerly the Wyldman and now the King's Head: Robert Fox of St Neots, horsecourser, to William Chapman of St Neots, inn holder.
CHARLES, Joseph1845UMS/HUNTN/013Quarter sessions, Huntingdon: case of Joseph Charles, uttering counterfeit money.
CHARTER, Thomas1756 (i)UMS/UPWOD/085Letter from Thomas Charter to Mr Vere Warner, acknowledging (inter alia) receipt of copyhold rent from Jonathan Martin, 8th September 1756.
CHARTER, Thomas1756 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/088Letter from Thomas Charter to Mr Vere Warner requesting his attendance at Upwood and concerning Jonathan Martin's payment of copyhold rents, 11th August 1756.
CHARTER, Thomas1756 (iii)UMS/UPWOD/093Letter from Thomas Charter (to Mrs Warner as executrix of Mr Vere Warner) concerning examination of accounts etc. 27th December 1756.
CHARTER, Thomas1757UMS/UPWOD/106Letter from Thomas Charter to Mrs Warner thanking her for her gift to the poor of Upwood; upon improvements etc. there and concerning certain bills and other matters, 16th February 1757.
CHARTERSVariousUMS/HUNTS/04Transcripts/translations of charters and other records relating to Huntingdonshire.
CHAYNY, Oliver1622UMS/STUKE/01Bond between Sir Oliver Chayny of Stuckley, Co. Hunts., and John Gowre of Heathfield, Co. Sussex, yeoman, for the performance of covenants.
CHERRY, William1733UMS/O.WES/24Assignment of mortgage on a messuage or tenement and lands in Old Weston to attend to the inheritance: the Earl of Malton and John Whittick of Gt Catworth, to John Parratt of Old Weston, in trust for William Cherry of the same, carpenter.
CHETHAM, Major1813UMS/S.NEO/506Receipt given by Major Chetham of Hull Depot for £1 10s 7d subsistence money.
CHETTLE, John1750UMS/SWINS/60Lease and Release in trust of a house in Swineshead: John Chettle of Chelston cum Caldecott, Northants., yeoman, and Mary his wife, to John Spencer of the same place, yeoman, Martha his wife, and George Spencer the elder of Stonwick, Northants., gent.
CHETTLE, Joseph1806UMS/KIMBN/172Apprentice Indenture: Joseph Chettle son of Thomas Chettle, farmer, of Chelverstone Co. Northants, to John Neall of Kimbolton, Grocer etc. Dated 2 January 1806.
CHICHELEY, Sir Thomas1668UMS/NON-H/083Deed: Sir Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole, Cambs. and John Ryley of the Middle Temple, Trustees for Samuel Fortey for his lands in Deeping Fen, dated 9th February 1668. Signatures and seals.
CHICHELEY, Sir Thomas1669UMS/NON-H/084Lease of land in Deeping Fen Co. Lincoln, dated 8th December 1669, names Thomas Chicheley of Wimpole, Samuel Fortrey of Byall Fen, Isle of Ely, Sir Thomas Trevor of Kew, John Riley of the Middle Temple.
CHICHELEY, Sir Thomas1683UMS/NON-H/085Conveyance of land in Deeping Fen to Samuel Fortrey, son and heir of Samuel Fortrey, late of Byall Fen. Dated 10th August 1683.
CHILD1793-1803UMS/S.NEO/416Receipts of Mrs Child's half year interest on 3% consols, also of Mr G.B. Child, 1793, 1795, 1797, 1800-1803.
CHILD1805-06UMS/S.NEO/420Receipts for tax on Mr Child's land.
CHILDNo dateUMS/CATWO/55Particulars of Mrs Child's estate.
CHILD, Bonus1827UMS/S.NEO/425Receipt for payment of £105 by Bonus Child on his marriage with Miss Rix.
CHILD, Frances1796UMS/CATWO/53Receipt to Frances Child for £40 3s 8d, her share of the rate for defraying the expenses of passing the Act of Parliament for the Gt Catworth Enclosure.
CHILD, Frances1841UMS/PAXTN/16Conveyance of premises in Gt Paxton: Frances Child of Hadley Co. Middx., and others, to John Hill Day of St Neots, brewer.
CHILD, Henry1725UMS/KIMBN/138Admission of Henry Child to premises in the manor of Kimbolton on the surrender of Robert Taylor.
CHILD, J.B.1826UMS/S.NEO/556Indenture between J.B. Child, John Day and Thomas Bloodworth of Kimbolton . . .concerns the bankruptcy of Messrs Rix, Gorham and others, all of St Neots. Details of property in St. Neots.
CHILD, Mary1835UMS/S.NEO/025Abstract of title: Mary Child to a farm, homestead and yard in Cambridge Street, St Neots.
CHILD, Mary1836UMS/S.NEO/306Abstract of title of Mary Child to several closes of freehold land situated in St Neots.
CHILDERS, John Walbanke1828UMS/S.NEO/120Deed of covenant for production of title deeds: John Walbanke Childers of Canyley Lodge, Yorks., to Elliot Marco Smith of Cambridge. Property in St Neots.
CHILDS, G.B.1799-1801UMS/S.NEO/419Receipt of G.B. Childs for half-year's interest on 3% consols and also £2 10s 0d for the use of the schools at St Neots.
CHILDS, Thomas1781UMS/KIMBN/050Probate of the will of Thomas Childs of Kimbolton.
CHISHOLME, WilliamNo dateUMS/S.NEO/355Letter from William Chisholme to William Darnell re valuing Mr Benson's farm.
CHRISTIE1811UMS/SOMER/30Abstract of the Title of Mrs Christie and Mrs Johnson to land in Somersham, held of the Manor of Somersham.
CHRIST'S COLLEGE1811UMS/UPTON/02Lease of a farm in Upton for 21 years: the Master and Fellows of Christ's College, Cambridge, to Thomas Alnutt of Huntingdon, Esq.
CHURCH, John1734UMS/GODMC/045Bond whereby John Church of Godmanchester acknowledges himself bound to James Stocker of the same, yeoman, in £100 to perform certain covenants.
CHURCH, John1753UMS/GODMC/082Probate of the will of John Church of Godmanchester, tailor.
CHURCH, John1757UMS/GODMC/104Surrender bond: John Church and Mary his wife to John Jackson in £95.
CHURCH, William1717UMS/ALCON/11Mortgage. Indenture between William Church of Huntingdon, Co. Hunts., carpenter, of the first part, Richard Cox of Alconbury, carpenter, of the second part, and John Angell of Abbots Ripton, yeoman, of the third part, witnessing a mortgage by the first and second parties to the third party, of a cottage in Alconbury with a close adjoining, etc., to secure a payment of £20.
CHURCHILL, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough1744UMS/HUNTS/29Manuscript copy of the will of Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, dated 11 August 1744, a form of codicil dated 15 August 1744, which is witnessed by "Sandwich" and by George Heathcote. The will runs to 37 pages, the codicil 17, covering property throughout Britain, including a number of manors.
CIVIL WARNo dateUMS/MILIT/07Notes on the Civil War by Norris, with references to pamphlets, Parliamentary Ordinances etc. relating to Huntingdonshire.
CLAPTON, RobertNo dateUMS/EYNES/012Manor of Eynesbury, Berkleys etc. Copy of exemplification of a decree in Chancery, wherein Robert Clapton and others are complainants and Sir Richard Dyer, knight, and Theophilus Montgomery, defendant.
CLARE HALL1667UMS/GT.GR/071Lease of the parsonage and a close of ground in Gt Gransden for 21 years: the Master etc. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, to Mary Griffin and Timothy Griffin, both of Gt Gransden.
CLARE HALL1711UMS/GT.GR/072Assignment of lease of the Manor of Baldwins: the Master etc. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, to Nicholas Livett of Gt Gransden.
CLARE HALL1727UMS/GT.GR/013Lease for 21 years of a close of pasture in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Clare Hall, Cambridge, to Timothy Kettle of Gt Gransden, grocer.
CLARE, John(1819) (i)UMS/CLARE/01Part of a letter to Rev Holland: on one side is his name and address and that of Clare, on the other the end of the letter with the remainder cut off: ". . . next came to Stamford he should be happy to have the pleasure of your Company Yours Ever" [Clare's signature cut out]; below this: "P.S. Return to Casterton on Wednesday I could wish an Answer by Return . . ." then references to various other poems and the final note "Sir I hope you will Excuse my Scraps of Paper but you know it is a Scarsity with me J.C."
CLARE, John(1819) (ii)UMS/CLARE/04A letter to Rev Holland, beginning: "Sir I send the Concluding Verse & Dedication of the Woodman If you will not agree to its Insertion it must be notic'd as the Piece will be at London in a few days", followed by the dedicatory verse, "Holland to thee the humble ballads sent . . ." and ending with "I return 'Pope' I thank you for the kindess of lending it me - I had a Sonnet adres'd to you but dont know whether it will come out in the Book this time I have not a Copy or would send it John Clare"; on the other side is a separate message, "Any Poet Rural or Pastoral which you have to Lend would be taken as a great Kindness . . ." with the address "Rev I.K. Holland Northbro."
CLARE, John(1819) (iv)UMS/CLARE/08Poems: on pp. 1-3 "Epistle to a Friend", beginning with a verse by Sam Johnson and then continuing with Clare's "This morning just as I awoken . . . ", with some pencil notes and alterations; after the poem at the bottom of p. 3 is a note: "Mr Drury This piece is sent for Insertion in the 'Trifles'" . . . all crossed out; on p. 4 another poem, "Postscript I've oft meant haming oer to see ye . . . ", signed at the end "Yours 'Random Jack'".
CLARE, John(1819) (v)UMS/CLARE/11Part of a letter, beginning: "Sir I Return your Book with my thanks I have many New Pieces but no time to Copy them . . ."; including "My First Attempts at Poetry are nearly Publish'd They have this Title 'Pastoral Sketches in Poems Songs Ballads & Sonnets By John Clare A Northamptonshire Pheasant' [sic!]; the letter ends mid-sentence with "Drury wish'd me to mention that when you". On the other side, in pencil, is part of the poem "The Fountain", but with the right-hand side of all the lines cut off.
CLARE, John(1819) (v) (contd.)UMS/CLARE/11 (contd.)
CLARE, John1817 (i)UMS/CLARE/09Letter to "The Gentleman at Mrs Clarks", beginning: "Sir I have sent you the tale as promis'd . . ." with the story of the death of Amy, a local folk tale; ending on p. 2 "New pieces as soon as Written you shall have for perusal - Sir with the greatest Respect Yours &c John Clare The incorrectness will be excus'd as it was wrote hastily this morning when I had no leisure for thought"; p. 3 blank, p. 4 with direction "The Gentleman at Mrs Clarks Northbro".
CLARE, John1817 (ii)UMS/CLARE/10Letter "To A Gentleman (Unknown)": "To the Gentleman (a Stranger to me) who has taken the trouble (as I am Informed) to Enquire after a Clown who as yet Slumbers in Obscurity and perhaps whose merits deserves no better fate - for his Condesension & notice I returns him my most hearty thanks & Acknowledgements & if he thinks it worth his while to come over (as I understand he intended) I shall think my self much honoured by his Company. I Remain &c John Clare" - written with many underlinings; on the other side "To A Gentleman (Unknown)".
CLARE, John1817 (iii)UMS/CLARE/12Letter and poem, the letter beginning: "Rev Sir I send all the pieces I can find . . . " and describing the ineffectual attempts of "A Clergyman of the Church of Engld" to help him, ending "who while he offerd to foster the branch with promises was actually crushing the blossom of Genius! in overwhelming [illeg.] Yours John Clare". On the other side a poem: "The Jewel of all - Tune [illeg.] Ye gay blinking daiseys a blooming so sweetly . . .", ending with the note "Only Copy in Rough Please to keep it".
CLARE, John1818 (i)UMS/CLARE/03A letter to Rev Holland, beginning: "Sir I return 'Burns' I am greatly Obliged to you for the kindness - its my Opinion that hes an Exelent Poet & Far Exceeds Ramsay . . . " and including warm praise for Holland's taste and help - "I look up to you as the first Encourager of my Obscure Productions & heartily wish I had known you sooner". On three pages of a folded sheet with the address "Rev Mr Holland Northbro" on the fourth.
CLARE, John1818 (ii)UMS/CLARE/14Poems and a note: on p. 1: "To The Winds Ye gentle Gales How sweet your murmurings sound . . .", followed by "Sonnet Well have I learnt the Value of Vain Life . . ." and a note "Sir You percieve I take little Notice of Mechanism which all Sonnetters in general are so particular to Notice - They are the Wild notes of a Labour [sic] & the unpolishd heart felt feelings of a Lowly Clown whose [sic] is not acquainted with the craft & Subtlety of Art to make them agreeable to the tastfull Eye". On p. 2: "A Simple Effusion Addressd to my Lame Father Yes my Father pains distress thee . . .", continuing for five verses.
CLARE, John1818 (ii) (contd.)UMS/CLARE/14 (contd.)On p. 3 a note: "Sir You Hinted the Loss in 'The Fate of Amy' of the Omission in that Dreadful Castrophy where the Victim take the plunge from this mortal scene to unknown Eternity - I here send the scene from the tale now Composing - But as you say Kirk White has done it before me I am in great Diffidence as to its merit", followed by verses: "O who can paint the anguish of the heart . . ." Continued onto p. 4, and after it a note: "The period dont end harmonious enough to end happy but the whole is in its rough state & will undergo an entire Alteration Sir - It would greatly Oblige if you would condescend to give me (some time at leisure in Writing) [a Verbal - crossed out] Paraphrase of the 3d Chap: Job. particularly 8, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25 & 26 Vers. - Any time will suit."
CLARE, John1819 (iii)UMS/CLARE/05A letter to Rev Holland, beginning: "Sir Lord Milton is come home would you do me the favour to acquaint him with the Publication of 'Trifles'" . . . and referring to the idea of the forthcoming book being dedicated to Lord Milton - "if he will not agree to it I am undone"; ending on the other side of the paper: "A Gentleman in Stamford has kindly offerd to put one of my Pieces to Music which I may oblige him with - 'The Jewel of all' I think will suit him your Opinion - Sir Yours John Clare". Also on this side is the direction "Rev Mr Holland".
CLARE, JohnNo date (i)UMS/CLARE/02A letter from Clare, later used by Rev Holland for extensive sermon notes: the letter begins: "Sir I Return one of the Books - Shenstone is a Good Poet but his pastorals (as I think) are improperly called so . . ." and ends "Your Criticisms of the 'Trifles' sent wou'd oblige - 'The Jewel of all' 'To an April Daisy' & 'The Winds' are the Productions of a Moment I as such [illeg.] always [illeg.] in my Opinion - Seemingly happy Suggestions & easily attain'd - Yours John Clare". On the other side is "Rev Mr Holland" in Clare's hand, the rest of the page covered in Holland's sermon notes, with text at the top right "Gen. 5. 24 Enoch walked with God"; the notes also appear below the end of Clare's letter on the front.
CLARE, JohnNo date (ii)UMS/CLARE/06Pieces of several poems: on one side "The Surprise A maiden shuns the sultry day . . .", four verses the last apparently incomplete; and six lines of another poem with the start of each line missing: ". . . kly nettles scarcely lives to seed . . ."; on the other side verses 6 and 7 of a poem: "As venturing nearer to the spot . . ." and two notes: "The 'Death of Dobbin' mentioned in Letts need not be expected - there is a new without it - I shall finish it at leisure (perhaps) before long" and "Good friend [illeg.] I I meant no harm But what I promise Ill perform - Mind Im a [illeg.] in Debt".
CLARE, JohnNo date (iii)UMS/CLARE/07Two poems sent to Rev Holland: on one side: "To the Glowworm Tastefull Illuminations of the night . . ."; on the other side the last four lines of a poem, in pencil and with the rest cut off, "The rose & ruby beauty [illeg.] pride . . ." and in ink "To Rev Mr Holland Please to keep the MSS as some are the only Copies".
CLARE, JohnNo date (iv)UMS/CLARE/13Poems and a note: on one side: "To An April Daisy. Welcome old Matey peeping once again . . .", continuing for six verses with some lines crossed out and changed; below it a list of titles of poems, ending "&c &c shall be sent as soon as finish'd Yours John Clare". On the other side: "My love thou art a Nosegay sweet A song My love thou art a Nosegay sweet . . . ", continuing for three verses; then "To Hope (In a Melancholy hour) Come flattering hope now woes distress me . . . ", continuing for three verses, followed by a note: "I had great hopes in my fragment of 'Helpstone' . . . but my hopes are vanish'd since I am told that Bloomfield has far outdone me in a piece of a similar subject - 'Honington Green' Your Information would be thankfully Recd."
CLARIDGE, Thomas1755UMS/S.NEO/162Bond whereby Thomas Claridge of St Neots, shoemaker, acknowledges himself bound to Elizabeth Chambers of the same, in £400, to perform certain covenants.
CLARK, Charles1848UMS/BUCKD/063Abstract of title. Mr Charles Clark to a copyhold estate in Buckden.
CLARKE1797UMS/SPALD/009Abstract of title to an estate late Clarke's.
CLARKE, Alured1723UMS/GODMC/031Indenture between Alured Clarke of Godmanchester, gent., and Reuben Clarke of Norton Co. Leic., clerk, of the one part; the Rt Rev Samuel Bradford, bishop of Rochester, and William Bradford of Newcastle, clerk, of the other part; witnessing a marriage settlement made on the marriage of the said Reuben and Jane Bradford daughter of the said bishop.
CLARKE, Alured1734UMS/GODMC/038Bargain and sale by Alured Clarke of Godmanchester, gent., John Langley of the same, carpenter, and Rose his wife, John Allen of the same, miller, and Jane his wife, Susan and Frances James, spinsters, to Ruben Clarke DD of London, clerk, and Robert Hardley, his attorney, of Huntingdon, gent., of two messuages in Godmanchester.
CLARKE, Ann1810UMS/SWINS/25Probate of the will of Ann Clarke of Swineshead, widow.
CLARKE, David1750UMS/KIMBN/115Copy of the will of David Clarke of Kimbolton, currier.
CLARKE, Edward1790UMS/KIMBN/013Copy of probate of the will of Edward Clarke of Kimbolton.
CLARKE, Henry1727UMS/STANG/03Bond of performance: Henry Clarke to Daniel Bayley re land in the Manor of Stanground.
CLARKE, Henry1809UMS/BUCKD/103Manor of Buckden. Abstract of Title (Henry Clarke) to a pightle of pasture at Buckden.
CLARKE, Henry1811UMS/BUCKD/104Manor of Buckden (Brittens). Mr Clarke's title to Copyhold.
CLARKE, John1707UMS/S.IVE/045Deposition of John Clarke of St Ives, gent, that he saw John Warburton of Warboys, clerk, sign an assignment etc. to the use of Daniel Lock.
CLARKE, John1725UMS/GODMC/100Bargain and sale of a messuage and premises in Godmanchester: John Clarke of Huntingdon, gent., to Edward Childes of Godmanchester, yeoman, and Thomas Thong of Huntingdon, yeoman.
CLARKE, John1797UMS/SPALD/013Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a messuage with close adjoining, John Clarke of Buckworth to John Bland of Easton.
CLARKE, John1866UMS/HOUGH/10Specification with plan for repairs to wheel at Eaton mills, prepared by John Clarke of Houghton for George Day.
CLARKE, Mary1711UMS/O.WES/26Deed of assignment from Mary Clarke of Sawtry, widow, and James Mackiness of Ramsey, yeoman, to Henry Smith of Raveley, yeoman, of a piece of land and a homestead in Old Weston.
CLARKE, Robert1605UMS/RAMSY/088Deed by Robert Clarke the younger of St Ives, gent., to William Chandler of Ramsey, yeoman, with covenants to levy a fine of a tenement in the Great White, Ramsey, with other premises there.
CLARKE, Robert1671UMS/GODMC/032Feoffment by Robert Clarke of Dreighton Co. Oxon., clerk, John Clarke of Whethamsted Co. Herts., clerk and Rose Clarke of Dreighton to Ruben Clarke of Godmanchester, gent., of 24 acres of arable land in the fields of Godmanchester and other lands there, to lead to the uses of a fine.
CLARKE, Sir Alured1834UMS/BRAMP/28Abstract of Title. Brampton freehold. Begins 10 June 1788: Will of Bateman Robson, names Chris, Norris and Francis Hammond. Subsequent extracts, land of the Manor of the Prebend of Brampton naming George Viscount Hichingbrook.
CLARKE, William1677UMS/STUKE/10Bond: William Clarke of Stukeley Magna, yeoman, and Edward Jolley of Hinchingbrooke, gent. Signatures of Will Clark, James King and John Carnell, with seal.
CLARKE, William1739UMS/BURY/07Will of William Clarke, late of Bury, yeoman, proved by Mary Clarke, relict.
CLARKE, William1847UMS/SAWTY/01Probate of the will of William Clarke of Sawtry.
CLARLSSON, John1721UMS/RAMSY/021Deed to lead to the uses of a fine between John Clarlsson of London, silkweaver, and Elizabeth his wife of the first part; Robert Johnson of Ramsey, yeoman, of the second part; and Thomas Nixon of London, of the third part; whereby the said Clarlsson and Elizabeth his wife acknowledge to the said Robert Johnson and his heirs, a fine of a messuage in the Great White and a parcel of fen in the Hollow in Ramsey.
CLAY, Mary1767UMS/S.IVE/021Admission of Mary Clay of St Ives to property in St Ives on the surrender and will of her father Peter Clay.
CLAY, Rev Benjamin1813UMS/ALCON/02Indenture between the Rev Benjamin Clay of East Worlington, Co. Devon, Clerk, and Charlotte Wilhemina Sherard of Oundle, Co. Northants., Spinster, of the one part, and Thomas Allnut of Huntingdon, Co. Hunts, of the other part, relating to property in Alconbury.
CLAY, Rev. Benjamin1814UMS/ALCON/03Surrender by the Rev Benjamin Clay of East Worlington, Co. Devon, Clerk, and Charlotte Wilhemina Sherard of Oundle, Co. Northants., Spinster, of property in the manor of Alconbury.
CLEMENT, Elizabeth1659UMS/WDSTO/03Admission of Elizabeth Clement for life on the surrender of Robert her husband to two cottages and seven acres of land called Quarter Land.
CLEMENT, John1685UMS/WDSTO/02Admission of John Clement on the surrender of Alexander Wright, clerk, to a cottage and premises in Woodstone.
COAKE, John1799UMS/S.NEO/107Probate of the will of John Coake, saddler.
COCKAYNE, John1812UMS/HUNTN/042Lease for a year of premises in Huntingdon: John Cockayne of Lyons Inn Middlesex, to Edmund Howson of Huntingdon, wool factor.
COCKE, Joseph1623UMS/YELLG/02Conveyance by Joseph Cocke, citizen and salter of London, and William Dorcster of Edmunton, yeoman, of a farm in Yellling in the tenure of John Barnes: schedule of land.
COCKINS, Mary & John1692UMS/GLATT/15Admission of Mary and John Cockins to one messuage and two virgates of land in Glatton on the surrender of William Levitt.
COKAYNE, John1812UMS/HUNTN/029Appointment and release of a messuage in Huntingdon: John Cokayne of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, to Edmund Howson of Huntingdon, and his trustees.
COLBYNE, Edmund1625UMS/MOLES/18Exemplification of a fine made between Edmund Colbyne, plaintiff, and William Pashler the elder and Brigit, wife of William Pashler the younger, and Katharine Pashler, widow, deforciants, of premises in Molesworth and Brington.
COLDWELL, William1672UMS/HARTF/06Articles of agreement between William Coldwell of Wisbech, clerk, of the first part; John Stone of Gt Stukeley and William Colvile of Newton, Cambs, of the second part; on the marriage to be had between William Coldwell and Jane Gouldsburge, spinster, niece of the said John Stone and daughter of the said William Colvile, re property in Sapley.
COLENo dateUMS/EYNES/225Extracts from Add. MS. 5831. COLE MS. vol 30 pp. 95-99. Relates to monuments, memorials (in the church) and to manuscripts, e.g. manorial.
COLE, John1746UMS/PIDLY/84Deed of Sale and Assignment between John Cole of Fenton, James Cole of the same and Ann Overall of Ramsey.
COLE, John1773UMS/PIDLY/86Lease for a year by John Cole the younger of Fenton, to Thomas Townsend of Godmanchester, yeoman, of a parcel of fen called Pidley Fen in ----- called Catlin's Lot.
COLE, Simon1694UMS/PAXTN/21Lease for a year by Simon Cole of Conington Co. Cambs. and Mary his wife, to Robert Pulleyn of St Neots, of premises in Lt Paxton.
COLEMAN, George1835UMS/BUCKD/065Abstract of title. George Coleman and others to an estate in Buckden, now purchased by John Miller.
COLEMAN, Susanna1834UMS/BUCKD/021Admission (Manor of Buckden with the Members) of Susanna Coleman, Martha Moon, Maria Moon, the three daughters of Mark Moon, to copyhold cottages and land in Buckden, under the will of William Usher.
COLES, Thomas1689UMS/RAMSY/091Lease for a year by Thomas Coles of Ramsey, yeoman, and Betty his wife, and George Marritt of Huntingdon, gent., to John Gowler of Ramsey, cordwainer, of a lot of pasture in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
COLET, Henry1378UMS/THURN/01Agreement by Henry Colet, citizen and Alderman of London, with Thomas Mullysworth of Helpston, Co. Northants., that if the said Thomas by a certain date repay the sum paid by the said Henry for the purchase of the Manor and Advowson of Thurnyng he will recover to the aforesaid Thomas the said Manor but not the Advowson.
COLLETT, Elias Boswell1842UMS/CATWO/26Surrender by Elias Boswell Collett of Dean Co. Beds., gent., and John Fox late of Dean aforesaid, but now of Farnborough Co. Kent, gent., to the lord of the manor of Spaldwick with the Soak, of a messuage or farm and lands in Little Catworth.
COLLETT, William1705UMS/EARTH/01Deed, quoting the will of William Collett of St Ives, single man, concerning premises in Earith.
COLLIN, John1623UMS/SPALD/050John Collin to Adam Hill, feoffment of a house in Spaldwick late in Henry Webb's possession, 3rd March 1623.
COLLINGS, Hannah1809UMS/HEM.G/112Order to convey Hannah Collings from the parish of Hemingford Grey to the parish of St Benedict's, Huntingdon.
COLLINS, John1726 (i)UMS/RAMSY/004Conveyance by John Collins of Huntingdon and Elizabeth his wife, to Daniel Descoe of Ramsey, yeoman, of a lot of fen in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
COLLINS, John1726 (ii)UMS/RAMSY/082Deed poll by John Collins of Huntingdon, weaver, quoting an indenture dated 29 June 1720, made between the said John Collins of Kings Ripton, and Elizabeth his wife, of the one part, and Phillip Cupis of the same, gent., of the other part, whereby they covenant to levy a fine to uses on a messuage in High St., Ramsey, and of a lot of fen ground in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
COLLINS, John1726 (iii)UMS/RAMSY/087Lease for a year by John Collins of Huntingdon, weaver, and Elizabeth his wife, to Daniel Descoe of Ramsey, yeoman, of a lot of fen ground in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
COLLINS, William1618UMS/GODMC/044Lease for a year by William Collins of Godmanchester, merchant, to Edward Martin of premises in Godmanchester.
COLNE-UMS/COLNESee also UMS/ADMIN/41e, probate of the will of John Le Neve of Colne, weaver, 1774; UMS/ADMIN/41t, probate of the will of Francis Stevens of Colne, farmer, 1715;
COLNENo dateUMS/COLNE/06Notes on Colne.
COLNE ETC.1796-7UMS/COLNE/04Hiring of tithes, Colne and Somersham, North Fen, Pidley and Fenlands.
COLNE PARISHNo dateUMS/COLNE/05Survey of the parish of Colne, 18th century.
COLTON, George1738 (i)UMS/GT.GR/044Conditional surrender of a messuage with a close in Gt Gransden: George Colton of Gt Gransden to Matthew Oakley of Cambridge.
COLTON, George1738 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/049Conditional surrender: George Colton of Gt Gransden to Matthew Oakley, of land in Gt Gransden.
COLTON, John1754UMS/HEM.G/071Order to convey John Colton from the parish of Trinity in Ely to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
UPWOOD, Manor of1746 (i)UMS/UPWOD/025Conditions and particulars of the tenants of the manor of Upwood.
CONQUEST, James1783UMS/S.NEO/208Bond: James Conquest of Eaton Ford to Richard Swepson of St Neots.
CONQUEST, William1728UMS/SOMER/02Lease for 1000 years of a cottage and land in Somersham: William Conquest of Somersham, labourer, to Lawrence Blatt of the same, gent., and Jasper Lister of the same, yeoman, churchwardens of the parish church of Somersham.
CONQUEST, William1749UMS/SOMER/13Lease and release of a messuage in Somersham: William Conquest of Somersham, labourer, and Ann Conquest of the same, widow, to John Ekins of the same, labourer.
CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION1832-7UMS/E & P/20Various: lists of subscribers; sketch for banner "Fellowes and Thornhill for ever"; state of poll 1837; list of recipients of letters; districts (1832); 3 printed posters; speech to the Conservative Association, London, June 1837; anti-Catholic diatribe.
CONSTABLE, Henry1739 (i)UMS/CATWO/03Lease for a year by Henry Constable of the City of London, cook, to William Bunbury of Great Catworth Co. Hunts., clerk, of a messuage and land in Gt Catworth.
CONSTABLE, Henry1739 (ii)UMS/CATWO/04Release, Henry Constable of the City of London, cook, to William Bunbury, clerk, rector of the parish of Great Catworth, of a messuage and land in Gt Catworth.
CONYERS, Baldwin1760UMS/G.STA/092Title to the Manor of the Rectory of Gt Staughton, a farm and other estates there: the co-heirs of Sir Baldwin Conyers. Abstract begins June 1659 quoting an indenture in Chancery. Includes descent of Sir Baldwin Conyers from his parents who married in 1675 (Sir John, son of Sir Christopher Conyers, Bart.).
CONYERS, Sir Baldwin1726UMS/G.STA/054Manor of Beachamstead: Admission of Sir Baldwin Conyers to two acres of land on the surrender of John Wright.
COOCK, Samuel1849UMS/S.NEO/019Abstract of title: Samuel Coock and Downes Martin to the Bear Inn and premises in St Neots.
COOK Ralph et al1806UMS/HEM.G/108Examination of Ralph Cook, William Smith, John Ive, John Geeson, Thomas Clark, all of Hemingford Grey, touching their last place of legal settlement.
COOK, Joseph1755UMS/SPALD/035Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a dwelling house and close, Joseph Cook to William Finch of Cambridge.
COOKE, Elizabeth1736 (ii)UMS/O.WES/18Conveyance and release of lands in Old Weston: the Earl of Malton to Elizabeth Cooke of Eckington Co. Derby.
COOKE, Elizabeth1736 (iv)UMS/O.WES/36Mortgage of property in Old Weston: the Earl of Malton to Elizabeth Cooke.
COOKE, George1806UMS/FLETN/02Agreement between George Cooke of Lincolns Inn, gent., committee of the estate of Dorothy Banyer, widow, a lunatic, and Thomas Pindard of Farcet, Co. Hunts., farmer, re land in Fletton, Farcet, etc.
COOKE, Joseph1745UMS/SPALD/055Bond of performance, Mr Joseph Cooke to William Finch Esq., 16th October 1745.
COOLIDGE, John1729UMS/GT.GR/026Probate of the will of John Coolidge of Gt Gransden.
COOLIDGE, Mary1734UMS/GT.GR/020Release of two roods of meadow ground and one acre of arable land in the middle field of Gt Gransden: Mary Coolidge of Mogerhanger, Beds., widow, and Edward Smallbones of London, to Robert Smith of Gt Gransden, yeoman.
COOPER, Barnard1629UMS/HUNTN/077Conveyance by Barnard Cooper of Huntingdon, yeoman, son and heir of John Cooper of Huntingdon, innholder, to Thomas K. Earnest of the same place, of premises in Huntingdon at Balmeshole.
COOPER, Daniel1827UMS/SPALD/010Abstract of title: Daniel Cooper's assignees to copyhold close held of the manor of Spaldwick.
COOPER, James1811UMS/S.NEO/318Examination of James Cooper, a sergeant in the 103rd Regiment now quartered in St Neots, touching the place of his last legal settlement.
COOPER, John1758UMS/UPWOD/107John Cooper's miscellaneous account with Mrs Warner, Lady of the Manor at Upwood, 7th January 1758.
COOPER, John1775 (i)UMS/BUCKD/012Surrender (Manor of Bugden with the Members) by John Cooper of a messuage in Buckden, to the use of William Watson of Buckden.
COOPER, John1775 (ii)UMS/BUCKD/061Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by John Cooper of a messuage in Buckden to the use of William Watson of Buckden, yeoman.
COOPER, John1807UMS/HEM.G/109Order to convey John Cooper from the parish of St Peter's, Cambridge, to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
COOPER, Joseph1626UMS/HUNTN/095Bond of Joseph Cooper of Huntingdon and Bernard Cooper of the same to Thomas Male of Godmanchester.
COOPER, Maurice1699UMS/EYNES/096Manor of Eynesbury etc. Admission of Maurice Cooper, yeoman, to the reversion of premises in Eynesbury surrendered to his use by John Cooper of Willingham Co. Beds., labourer.
COOPER, Maurice1727UMS/EYNES/098Will of Morris Cooper of Eynesbury, yeoman.
COOPER, Silvester1673UMS/G.GID/05Indenture. Release of cottage in Great Gidding (by Silvester Cooper of Woolley, Bart,, Martyn of Great Gidding, and Thomas Cooper of Farcet) to John Crawford of Great Gidding.
COOPER, William1766UMS/CATWO/36Copy of probate of the will of William Cooper, late of Gt Catworth, weaver. (Premises in Gt Catworth and Brington).
COOT, John1784 (i)UMS/S.NEO/272Agreement: between John Coot, Edward Danns, Joseph Buchanan and others, relating to premises at St Neots.
COOT, John1784 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/582Final agreement at Westminster: John Coot, Edward Danns and Joseph Buchanan and others, concerns premises in St Neots. Text in English.
COOTE and Son1871UMS/S.IVE/105Agreement: Hire by Thomas Knights junior of St. Ives of a granary adjoining the Great Eastern Railway in St. Ives. Also 2 loose cheques on the account of Thomas Coote and Son payable to the North Staffordshire Railway Co. dated February 1889.
COOTE and Son1895UMS/S.IVE/106Indenture of co-partnership: Tho. Coote the Elder, Frederick Warren, Chas. Coote, Howard Coote, dated 15 October 1895. Also letter from Howard Coote of Fenstanton to his father, dated 14 Dec. 1898 re Mr Warren's death, and separate note of each partner's share in the business.
COOTE and Son1899-1901UMS/S.IVE/107Collection, several letters concerning Coote and Son of St Ives and the Midland Railway, 1899-1901.
COOTE, C. Mervyn J.1942UMS/RAMSY/142Letter from County ARP Officer to C.M.J. Coote Esq. re procedure to be followed. Reference to recent air raid at Ramsey. Dated 25 August 1942
COOTE, John1763UMS/HEM.G/076Deed by the overseers acknowledging John Coote to be an inhabitant legally settled in Hemingford Abbots.
COOTE, Mervyn1933-38UMS/NORRS/08Collection of Norris Museum correspondence: letters or notes mostly concerned with gifts for the museum, including details of previous owners of, e.g. 19th-century pistols for protection against highway robbery; correspondents include Lord Sandwich and C.F. Tebbutt. A few accounts and specifications for provision of a garden shed.
COOTE, Mervyn1936-41UMS/S.NEO/644Correspondence, three items: a) postcard from C.F. Tebbutt re St Neots property deeds, 1936; b) note, re scarce document of 1836 etc., from W. Su…rycroft (?) Prospect Place, St Neots, 1941; (c) note from Univ. of Cambridge (Department of Geology) re block of limestone from St Ives (undated).
COOTE, Thomas1856UMS/S.IVE/161Deed concerning the mutual dissolution of an agreement between Thomas Coote of Fenstanton, coal and coke merchant, and William Eden Coote of St Ives, coal and corn merchant, 14 October 1856.
COOTE, Thomas1863UMS/S.IVE/162Indenture of co-partnership between Messrs Thomas Coote and Charles Coote (of Fenstanton and St Ives), dated 1st July 1863.
COOTE, Thomas and Charles1868UMS/S.IVE/104Agreement. beween Messrs Waring Brothers and Coote and Son (coal merchants) re consignment of 30,000 tons of coal per year by the Kettering, Thrapston and Huntingdon Railway. (Thomas and Charles Coote of St. Ives trading under the style of Coote and Son).
COOTE. Thomasc.1890UMS/S.IVE/108Letter, Thomas Coote to Mr Warren re Great Eastern Railway tender for Steam Coal etc. Undated, probably c.1890 (before the death of Mr Warren in 1898).
COPE, Elizabeth1728UMS/WISTO/39Admission of Elizabeth wife of Thomas Cope, to premises in the Manor of Wistow which were bequeathed to her by Thomas Pickard.
COPE, William1742UMS/RAMSY/100Fine made between William Cope, plaintiff, and John Cope and Mary his wife, deforciants, of 36 acres of land in Ramsey.
CORBETT, Phillip and others.1608/1632UMS/BUCKD/116Manor of Buckden. Court of Frankpledge and Court Baron. Five copies of Court Rolls, held together, refs to close, pasture etc. at Hardwick, Buckden. (1) dated 1632, names Phillip Corbett and Maria; (2) 1608, Charles Corbett and Burder; (3) refers to John Corbett; (4) Charles Corbett; (5) John and Phillip Corbett.
CORK CLUBNo dateUMS/NEEDI/01Rules. De Corkistis nil nisi Bonum. (Spoof rules, with coat of arms and Latin and Greek mottoes, of a club meeting at the Rose and Crown, Needingworth; corks play a prominent part in the rules, and appear on the coat of arms with crossed tobacco pipes. Officers named are Mr and Mrs H.U. Wooton as president and treasurer, with Messrs Fuller, Wilmer and Burchenall as "chuckers out".)
CORN DEALERS PETITION1793UMS/ADMIN/39Petition addressed to the Hon. Wm. Pitt, Chancellor, with many signatures, concerning the need for a standard bushel to be adhered to by all dealers in corn. Signatories from Hunts, Northants, Isle of Ely, Cambs. A number of Huntingdonshire names, e.g. David Veasey.
CORN, John1728UMS/EYNES/103Manor of Eynesbury etc. Copy of absolute surrender, John Corn of Eynesbury, yeoman, to Thomas Owen of Eynesbury, yeoman, of a tenement with barn and orchard in Eynesbury.
CORN, Robert1721UMS/EYNES/112Admission of Robert Corn of Eynesbury in the manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc.
CORN, Robert1728UMS/EYNES/101Manor of Eynesbury etc. Surrender by Robert Corn of Stepney in the City of London, lawyer, to Thomas Owen of Eynesbury, yeoman, of a cottage in Eynesbury.
COSINS, Elizabeth1794UMS/HEM.G/100Complaint to B. Hutchinson by Elizabeth Cosins that she is unable to pay rent to her landlord at St Ives.
COSINS, John1828UMS/BLUNT/17Overseers Accounts, Parish of Bluntisham, commencing 29 March 1828.
COSTELOR, Edward1632UMS/HEM.A/02Feoffment of land in Hemingford Abbots: Edward Costelor of Hemingford Grey, gent., to Robert Currier of Hemingford Abbots, yeoman.
COSTER, John1768UMS/MOLES/14Fine made between John Coster the younger, plaintiff, and William Gaunt and John Goss, deforciants, of premises in Molesworth.
COSTIN, John1797 (j)UMS/SPALD/012Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: Absolute surrender of a close of pasture, John Costin and others to the use of Nathaniel Costin, both of Kimbolton.
COSTIN, John1850UMS/KIMBN/019Abstract of John Costin's title to premises in Kimbolton.
COSTIN, John1797 (ii)UMS/SPALD/016Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of lands, John Costin of Kimbolton to William Shangward of Spaldwick.
COTES, Thomas1689UMS/RAMSY/036Conveyance by Thomas Cotes of Ramsey, yeoman, and Betty his wife, and George Marritt of Huntingdon, gent, to John Gowlers of Ramsey, cordwainer, of one lot of pasture in Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
COTTON, F. C.1842UMS/PIDLY/57Transfer of Mortgage: Mr F.C. Cotton to Mr W.N. Swallow in trust for Mr J. Dodson.
COTTON, Francis Cozins1842UMS/PIDLY/77Transfer of Mortgage: Mr Francis Cozins Cotton and Mr Edward Johnson to Mr John Dodson for securing £1500 and interest.
COTTON, James Judd1867UMS/S.IVE/184Conditions of sale of property in St Ives - a house on the Quay (then called "the Waterside") and two tenements behind it abutting on Bull Lane; also Memorandum of Agreement, Mr Cotton acknowledges himself the purchaser of the two lots, 27th May 1867; and printed cutting of the sale announcement, by Wilkinson, Butler & Wilkinson, solicitors, St Neots.
COTTON, Sir John1682UMS/ALCON/12Lease for a year by Sir John Cotton of Conington in Co. Hunts to Sir Thomas Proby of Elton, Co. Hunts., Sir Michael Heneage of St Giles in the Fields, in Co. Middlesex, knight, and La Motte Honywood of Marks Hall in Co. Essex. esq., of the manors of Alconbury-cum-Weston and Wood-Weston, with lands etc.
COTTON, Sir John1703 (i)UMS/ALCON/13Conveyance by Sir John Cotton of Conington in Co. Hunts., bart., to William Massey of Harborough in Co. Leicester, gent., and John Massey his son and heir, of the manors of Alconbury-cum-Weston and Wood-Weston, with lands etc.
COTTON, Sir John1703 (ii)UMS/ALCON/14Conveyance by Sir John Cotton of Conington in Co. Hunts., bart., to William Massey of Harborough in Co. Leicester, gent., and John Massey his son, of the manors of Alconbury-cum-Weston and Wood-Weston, with lands etc.
COTTON, Sir John1753UMS/S.GID/02Copy of settlement of Huntingdonshire estates of Sir John Cotton late of Stretton, Co. Beds., Bart., on Dame Jane Cotton, widow, relict of the said Sir John.
COTTON, Sir Robert1610UMS/CONIN/09Indenture: defeazance of bond from Sir John Pointz to Sir Robert Cotton (before the Court of Common Pleas, 14th February 1609/10). With seal and signature of Sir Robert Cotton and signatures of three witnesses, including Henry Cotton.
COTTON, Sir Robert1611UMS/GLATT/24Manorial records of the Court Baron of Robert Cotton kt., manor of Glatton, 9 James I.
COTTON, Sir Thomas1636UMS/FOLKS/07Exemplification of a fine, levied in Easter 12 Charles I, between Sir Thomas Cotton, bart., plaintiff, and John Newton, clerk, and Catherine his wife, deforciants, of premises in Folksworth.
COTTON, Sir Thomas1631UMS/STILT/27Fine made between Sir Thomas Cotton, Bart., plaintiff, and William Downhill and Walsingham his wife, and Henry Proby Esq, and Helen his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stilton.
COTTON, Sir Thomas1637UMS/STILT/42Fine made between Sir Thomas Cotton, Bart., plaintiff, and Robert Martyne and Henry Martyne and Isabel his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stilton.
COTTON, Sir Thomas1640UMS/STILT/40Fine made against Sir Thomas Cotton, Bart., plaintiff, and John Curtys and Joan his wife, and Alan Manestte and Alice his wife, deforciants, of the Manor of Hemington and other premises in Stilton.
COTTON, Sir Thomas1638UMS/STILT/41Fine made between Sir Thomas Cotton, Bart., plaintiff, and John Curtis, gent, and Joan his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stilton.
COUCHMAN, James1754UMS/ADMIN/41xProbate of the will of James Couchman, late of Tring, grocer, probate granted to Ann Couchman, executrix.
COVEY, Edward Roger1874UMS/HUNTN/008Marriage settlement made on the marriage of Edward Roger Covey and Emily Morton.
COWLEY, W. Cotton1794UMS/HAILW/29Title of Estate at Hail Weston. Abstract begins 1636, Richard Weaver and Geo.Thody, down to W. Cotton Cowley in 1794. Many detailed pages.
COWLING, Peter1788UMS/S.NEO/093Release of the Wheat Sheaf in St Neots, in trust for Peter Cowling of Fenstanton, gent: Thomas Morris of St Neots, baker, to George Maule of Huntingdon, gent.
COWLING, William1817UMS/PIDLY/56Grant of Annuity: Rev William Cowling and others to Mrs Phillips. ENDORSED WITH an 1821 Release: Luke Pocock Esq., and others to Rev William Cowling and his Trustee of the said Annuity and assignment of a term of 100 years in the lands charged therewith in trust for Mr Cowling.
COWLING, William1821 (i)UMS/PIDLY/62Conveyance: Rev William Cowling and another to Mr William Wiles.
COWLING, William1821 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/80Release: Rev William Cowling to Mr Thomas George Western of several pieces or parcels of land at Pidley, Hunts. ENDORSED WITH another release, also of 1821: Mr Thomas George Western and others to Mr John Springall.
COX (Family)1725UMS/BROUG/32Manor of Broughton. Surrender of arable land, pasture and meadow to Thomas Thong and now surrendered to John Wright.
COX Thomas1706UMS/BROUG/31Manor of Broughton, Surrender of property in Broughton: Thomas Cox to John Cox.
COX, John1712UMS/BROUG/15Will (copy) of John Cox the elder of Broughton in the Co. of Hunts.
COX, John1728UMS/BROUG/34Indenture: Deed of Settlement of property ownership on daughters, due to sickness of John Cox senior. Names John Cox the elder & John Cox the younger, gents. & the Reverend Robert Hodson (all of Broughton).
COX, John1730?UMS/BROUG/25Particulars of the estate of John Cox lying in the parish of Broughton. Part one, containing those particulars that are out of the trust and are designed for the first mortgage. Part two, containing those particulars that are in the trust and designed for the second mortgage.
COX, John1732 (i)UMS/BROUG/04Surrender (copy) by John Cox and Phillipa his wife of lands etc. in the Manor of Broughton, to the use of John Finch of Broughton, clerk, and Robert Hodson of Broughton, clerk.
COX, John1732 (ii)UMS/BROUG/20Bond whereby John Cox of Broughton Co. Hunts. acknowledges himself bound to Joseph West of Richmond in the Co. of Surrey, gent., in £1000 to perform certain covenants in accordance with a surrender bearing even date herewith, made from the said John Cox to the said Joseph West. (See UMS/BROUG/12 for this surrender).
COX, John1733UMS/BROUG/12Surrender by John Cox of Broughton, gent., son and heir of John Cox late of Broughton aforesaid, and Phillipa his wife, both deceased, to Joseph West of Richmond in Co. Surrey, gent., of lands etc. in Broughton, with provisor in £1000 in interest.
COX, John1734UMS/BROUG/08Bond whereby John Cox of Broughton Co. Hunts., gent., acknowledges himself bound to Robert Pigott of Chesterton in the said County, esq., in £3200 to perform certain covenants. Conditions refer to a certain surrender - see UMS/BROUG/4.
COX, John1739UMS/BROUG/09Bond whereby John Cox of Broughton Co. Hunts. acknowledges himself bound to Robert Pigott of Chesterton in the said County, in £600 to perform certain covenants. A condition according to a certain surrender - see UMS/BROUG/4.
COX, John1740UMS/BROUG/24Agreement of purchase between John Cox of Broughton in Co. Hunts., gent., of the one part, and the worshipful George Reynolds, Doct. of Laws, of the other part, of messuages, cottages and lands in Broughton.
COX, Richard1731UMS/ALCON/08Conveyance by Richard Cox of Alconbury, carpenter, to John Angell of Abbots Ripton of a cottage called the Lord's Cottage lately purchased by Mr Massey and other premises in Alconbury.
COX, Robert1718UMS/BROUG/18Surrender (copy) by Robert Cox, son of William Cox, late of Broughton deceased, of lands in Broughton to the use of Thomas Thong of Hartford in Co. Hunts., with provisor in £100.
COX, Robert1720UMS/BROUG/22Surrender by Robert Cox son and heir of Robert Cox and Alice his wife, both deceased, to William Mitchale of Hemingford in Co. Hunts., esq., of a cottage and closes in Broughton.
COX, Robert1734UMS/BROUG/17Surrender (copy) by Robert Cox, son of William Cox late of Broughton, deceased, of lands in Broughton to the use of Mrs Mary Holmes, widow, as a security for £150.
COX, Robert1737UMS/BROUG/13Surrender (copy) by Robert Cox, son and heir of Robert Cox and also his wife, of lands etc. in Broughton, to the use of Charles Darlow of the town of Huntingdon with provisor in £300.
COX, Robert1741UMS/BROUG/19Surrender (copy) by Robert Cox, son and heir of Robert Cox and Alice his wife, both deceased, of Broughton, of a cottage with lands in Broughton, to the use of Coulson Fellows of Ramsey in Co. Hunts., with provisor in £500.
COX, Robert1742 (i)UMS/BROUG/21Surrender by Robert Cox son and heir of Robert Cox and Alice his wife, both deceased, of a cottage with close in Broughton to the use of Ann Pemberton of the town of Bedford in Co. Beds., widow, with a provisor in £60.
COX, Robert1742 (ii)UMS/BROUG/27Mortgage. Further security for same. Robert Cox of Broughton, gent., to Coulson Fellows of Ramsey, esq., of lands etc. in Broughton. (See UMS/BROUG/19).
COX, Robert1743UMS/BROUG/10Bond whereby Robert Cox of Broughton Co. Hunts., yeoman, acknowledges himself bound to the Right Rev. Richard Reynolds, Lord Bishop of Lincoln, in £1600 to perform certain covenants.
COX, Thomas1714UMS/BLUNT/06Copy of the will of Thomas Cox of Bluntisham (lands in Bluntisham etc.).
COX/CHAPLIN1701UMS/BROUG/30Agreement, Manor of Broughton admissions etc. of the Cox family of Broughton and Robert Chaplin of Wistow. April 1701. Note on fold re Widow Cox.
COZEN, Mary1742UMS/RAMSY/080Assignment of Mortgage by Mary Cozen of Huntingdon, widow, to Owen Fann of Ramsey, gent., of two lots of fen in Loads End, in Ramsey, in trust for John Dixon of Ramsey, glazier, by the appointment of John Middleton of Upwood, butcher, and George Middleton of Yaxley, butcher.
CRADDOCK, John1855UMS/TILBR/23Abstract of title: John Craddock to a freehold estate at Tilbrook.
CRANE, John1778UMS/HEM.G/081The overseers of the parish of Fen Drayton certifying that John Crane and his family of Hemingford Grey are legally settled in Fen Drayton.
CRANWELL, Elizabeth1710UMS/COLNE/08Manor of Colne. Copy of Court Roll. Refers to inheritence of lands etc. in the Parish of Haddenham, held of the Manor of Colne…bequeathed by her father John Cranwell.
CRANWELL/WALLER1669UMS/BLUNT/16Lease of two "osier-holts" at Bury Fen in the Parish and bounds of Bluntisham and Earith. Bennet Cranwell, yeoman to Michael Waller, basket maker of Holliwell.
CRASHAWE, Richard1714UMS/NON-H/099Mortgage by Richard Crashawe of Little Addington, clerk, Co. Northampton, and Godfrey Crashawe, yeoman, to Mary Sawyer of Coventry, spinster, of premises in Little Addington, Great Raunds, and Irthlingborough, Co. Northampton. Signatures, seals.
CRAWLEY1826UMS/KIMBN/045Abstract of the title of Mrs Crawley's executor to a leasehold estate in Kimbolton.
CRAWLEY1832UMS/KIMBN/025Abstract of the title of Mrs Crawley's executor to a leasehold estate in Kimbolton.
CRISPE COLLECTIONVarious (i)UMS/ADMIN/35-38Four MSS from an envelope marked "Crispe Coll". The origins of the collection are not known, but the envelope (kept with UMS/ADMIN/35-38) lists 12 MSS, apparently administrations and probates of wills dealt with by the archdeaconry of Huntingdon between 1681 and 1867. Some of them concern places well outside Huntingdonshire, as the archdeaconry included such places as Hertfordshire at one time.
CRISPE COLLECTIONVarious (ii)UMS/ADMIN/41a-ffSee also introductory card to UMS/ADMIN/35-38
CROMWELLNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/191Fragment of document concerning descent of properties to the Cromwell family.
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1899-1903 (i)UMS/S.IVE/166Collection of receipts and invoices of the Cromwell Statue Fund c.1899-1903: a) audited receipts; b) and c) F.W. Pomeroy, sculptor; d) F. Giddings, pedestal; e) miscellaneous; f) J.G. Hankin, printers; g) postage; h) Pomeroy; i) bill posting; j) Gas lamps; k) G.D. Day, postage, telegrams; l) advertisements; m) six lists of subscribers, balance sheet; n) George Day received £30 10s 11d settlement of account (iron pillars on base of statue), November 1901.
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1900-1901UMS/S.IVE/167Receipt Book with page Headings, e.g.: "Borough of St Ives, Statue Fund". First receipt: A. Peckover Esq. £200, June 1st 1900 . . . final receipt: of H.I. Hankin, The Firs (the Mayor, whose signature appears on each receipt).
CROMWELL STATUE FUND1903UMS/S.IVE/081Audited balance sheet of the Cromwell statue fund.
CROMWELLNo date (ii)UMS/UPWOD/198How the Manors of Upwood etc. came into the possession of the Cromwell family.
CROMWELL, Henry1637-41UMS/UPWOD/199Henry Cromwell, son of Sir Oliver Cromwell, grants a moiety of the Manor (of Upwood) to Horatio Palavicina. Recitals of Indentures 1637-41.
CROMWELL, Oliver1605-1642UMS/UPWOD/036Manor of Upwood, court records for three periods: 1) c. 1639 with earlier refs; 2) 1605-1613; 3) Accounts 1631-1642.
CROOK, Peter1695UMS/GODMC/065Assignment of mortgage of premises in Godmanchester by Peter Crook of Hartford Co. Hunts., mercer, to the Hon. Elizabeth Bermingham of Huntingdon, widow, quoting indentures of bargain and sale of the premises by Thomas Pont of Huntingdon, draper, and John Pont of Godmanchester, gent., to Robert Rabye of Huntingdon, gent., and by him to the said Robert Crook.
CROOT, Alice1859UMS/HUNTN/024Probate of the will of Alice Croot of Huntingdon.
CROOTE, John1680UMS/ADMIN/41hProbate of the will of John Croote of Stevenage, Co. Hertford, executor John Croote, dated 8th February 1680.
CROSSHALL TO BRINGTON BRIDGE TURNPIKE1818UMS/ROADS/12Notice of a meeting of the Trustees of the turnpike road leading through Kimbolton, to be held at the White Lion Inn, Kimbolton, October 30th 1818. Dated Oct 20th 1818, St Neots, Wm Day.
CROWNE, Gregoryc.1660UMS/LANDS/15Indenture, final agreement at Westminster: Gregory Crowne and Thomas Rootham and Elizabeth his wife, re property in Swineshead.
CROWNE, GregoryNo dateUMS/SWINS/62Agreement before the King's Justices at Westminster. Parties Gregory Crowne and Thomas Rootham and Elizabeth his wife, refers to pasture and meadow in Swineshead, Latin text, names the King as "Carolus" (I or II?). Requires transcription.
CROWTHER, Phyllis M.No dateUMS/FENS/08The Reclamation of the Middle Level of the Fens: apparently the original draft of the VCH article (vol iii). Phyllis M. Crowther BA appears in the VCH as Phyllis M. Ramsden BA, PhD, in collaboration with H.C. Darby.
CROXTON, William1772UMS/CATWO/67Indenture (deed of sale): William Croxton to John, his son (cottage etc. in Catworth).
CROXTON/MARSHALL1764UMS/CATWO/66Indenture (deed of sale): William Croxton the younger, butcher, purchasing property in Catworth of Mary Marshall, widow of the late John Marshall, miller, and William Marshall, miller, son of John.
CUDDEN, Francis T.1863UMS/PIDLY/70Release: Francis T. Cudden Esq (by the direction of James Cudden Esq) to Mr Edward Johnson of a sum £990 payable for the enfranchisement of copyhold hereditaments at Pidley and Somersham, Hunts.
CUDWORTH, Henry1865UMS/S.NEO/590List of subscribers, headed by Mr George Day of St Neots, to assist the widow and family of Henry Cudworth (killed by an express train at St Neots, August 1865).
CUNNINGHAM, John1848UMS/S.NEO/309Trustees of Earl of Sandwich's Marriage Settlement to John Cunningham: draft conveyance of premises in St Neots and Eynesbury.
CUNNINGTON, Isaac1825UMS/CATWO/84Release (draft of): concerns the Estate of Isaac Cunnington, released to Mr. Croxton
CURRIE, Luke1759 (i)UMS/UPWOD/119Letter signed L. Currie (?to Mrs Warner) re holding a Court at Northaw, 20th November 1759.
CURRIE, Luke1759 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/122Letter from L. Currie, Bread Street, London to Mrs Warner re her surrender, 18th June 1759.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (i)UMS/UPWOD/125Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner at Upton concerning an allowance for repairs and non-payment of rent by Mr Pope, 28th October 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/126Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner concerning the holding of a Court at Northaw and the admission of Captain Bickerton, 15th January 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (iii)UMS/UPWOD/127Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner concerning the holding of a private Court at Northaw, 24th May 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (iv)UMS/UPWOD/128Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner on the lease of a house to Mr Pope, 8th November 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (v)UMS/UPWOD/129Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner concerning the execution of a deed, 23rd December 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (vi)UMS/UPWOD/130Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner concerning the holding of a private Court at Northaw, and on the purchasers of houses in Long Lane, 14th June 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (vii)UMS/UPWOD/136Letter from Luke Currie to Mrs Warner on the sale of her houses, and other matters, 13th December 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (viii)UMS/UPWOD/138Letter from Luke Currie concerning the preparation relating to the Long Lane Estate, 30th September 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1760 (viiii)UMS/UPWOD/139Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner requesting her to bring papers regarding certain houses (?in the Long Lane Estate), 25th December 1760.
CURRIE, Luke1761UMS/UPWOD/143Letter from L. Currie to Mrs Warner regarding the execution of deeds of the houses in Long Lane, 10th January 1761.
CURRIE, LukeNo dateUMS/UPWOD/181Letter from Luke Currie to Mrs Warner concerning a Mr Heaton, undated.
CURRIER, Robert1646UMS/HEM.A/04Bargain and sale of land in Hemingford Abbots: Robert Currier of St Neots, yeoman, to Nathaniel Purkis of Hilton, yeoman.
CURRIER, Robert1681UMS/RAMSY/075Indenture of Exchange by Robert Currier of Hemingford Abbots, yeoman, to Tobias Hardmeat of St Ives, grocer, of a parcel of Marsh ground containing 6 acres in a place called Broadwalls Holt in Ramsey, belonging to the said Tobias, for a lot of Marsh Ground containing 7 acres in Ramsey in a place called The Hallone, belonging to the said Robert.
CURTIS, John1618UMS/STILT/46Probate of the will of John Curtis of Stilton, yeoman.
CURTIS, John1635UMS/STILT/44Lease for 12 years by John Curtis of Stilton, gent, to John Scotson of the same, yeoman, of arable lands in Stilton, lately occupied by Alan Manisty as belonging to the Manor of Hemington in Stilton.
CURTIS, John1637UMS/STILT/43Conveyance by John Curtis of Stilton, gent., to Sir Thomas Cotton of Sawtrey, Bart., of a cottage in the occupation of John Goodyer and a messuage called Clarks Messuage, and of other premises in Stilton.
CURTIS, John1637xUMS/STILT/47Conveyance by John Curtis of Stilton, gent, and Joan his wife, to Sir Thomas Cotton of Sawtrey, Bart., of a cottage in Stilton, and a messuage called Clarks Messuage, with other premises there.
CURTIS, William1622UMS/STILT/20Exemplification of a fine made between William Curtis, plaintiff, and Thomas Sankey Esq, and Alice his wife, Thomas Pigott Esq, and Katherine his wife, and Henry Pigott, gent., deforciants, of the Manor of Hemington and premises in Stilton.
CURTIS, John1640UMS/STILT/23Conveyance by John Curtis of Stilton, gent., and Joan his wife, and Alan Manastye of the same, gent., and Alice his wife, to Sir Thomas Cotton of Connington, Bart., of the Manor of Hemington and other premises in Stilton.
CURTYS, John1577UMS/STILT/09Fine made between John Curtys, Junior, plaintiff, and Robert Forrest Esq., deforciant, of premises in Stilton.
CURTYS, John1635UMS/STILT/37Conveyance by John Curtys of Stilton, yeoman, and Richard Curtys of the same, yeoman, and Alan Manestye of Stilton, gent, and Alice his wife; to William Day of Stilton, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, of a messuage called Lynes House and another messuage called the Reede House in Stilton.
CURTYS, Richard1734UMS/STILT/34Indenture between Richard Curtys of Stilton, yeoman, of the 1st part; John Curtys of the same, elder brother of the said Richard, of the 2nd part; John Tompson of the same, yeoman, and William Tompson, yeoman, his brother, of the 3rd part; whereby the parties convenant to suffer a recovery to land to various uses concerning the Manor of Hemington in Stilton and other premises there including a cottage called Lynes House.
CURWEN, Cecil1930UMS/HOUGH/12Letter from Cecil Curwen to B. Lowerison re ploughing strips and mounds, typescript with diagram.
CUTHBERT, James1780UMS/KIMBN/049Copy of the probate of the will of James Cuthbert of Kimbolton.
DAILY, Elizabeth1772UMS/RAMSY/096Copy of the will of Elizabeth Daily of Ramsey, widow.
DAINS, John1663UMS/RAMSY/074Conveyance by John Dains of Ramsey, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife to Matthew Gosford of Ramsey, of a freehold lot in Muchwood in Ramsey.
DALTON, William1414-15UMS/ORT.W/02Accounts of the Bailiff of Overton Waterville, also of William Dalton (land called Wykam with the farm of Southo) April 1414 to April 1415.
DANNS, Anthony1744UMS/PAXTN/32Surrender by Anthony Danns of Gt Paxton to Catherine Upcher of St Neots, of land in Gt Paxton and Toseland.
DANNS, Anthony1747UMS/PAXTN/26Absolute surrender from Anthony Danns of Toseland to John Kitchin of land in Gt Paxton and Toseland.
DANNS, Anthony1749UMS/PAXTN/28Release by Anthony Danns the Younger, to Anthony Danns the elder, of a cottage, close and other lands in Gt Paxton.
DANNS, Edward1708UMS/PAXTN/34Extract of the will of Edward Danns of Gt Paxton, yeoman.
DANNS, Edward1783UMS/S.NEO/251Lease: Joseph Buchanan and others to Edward Danns of a messuage and a piece of ground at St Neots for one year.
DANNS, Edward1796UMS/S.NEO/260aBargain and Sale: Edward Danns to William Schrives of two cottages in St Neots.
DANNS, Edward1802 (i)UMS/S.NEO/271Conveyance: Edward Danns to William Schrives and his trustees of two houses in St Neots.
DANNS, Edward1802 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/583Conveyance: Edward Danns, farmer, of Great Paxton and Great Stewkley, to William Schrives of St Neots. Concerns two houses in St Neots.
DANNS, John1835 (i)UMS/PIDLY/35Discharge: Mr John Danns of Mr Robert Johnson's conditional surrender.
DANNS, John1835 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/74Transfer of Mortgage: Mr John Danns and Mr Edward Johnson to Mr Francis Cozins Cotton for securing £1400 and interest.
DARBY, Elizabeth1774UMS/ADMIN/41dProbate of the will of Elizabeth Darby, late of Ramsey, grant of administration to Susanna, the wife of Thomas Newbound, the executrix named.
DARE, William1819 (i)UMS/PIDLY/71Release and Demerger of Term: Mr William Dare and others to Mr R. Johnson and his Trustee.
DARE, William1819 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/72Covenant: Mr William Dare to Mr R. Johnson for the production of title deeds.
DARE, William1821UMS/TOSEL/01Manor of Toseland: copy of conditional surrender of an allotment and a messuage by William Dare of Pidley, farmer, to Charles Pope of Godmanchester, to secure £150.
DARLOW1831UMS/S.NEO/619Abstract of title: a farm, late Darlows in Thurleigh, Beds., begins 1782: indenture of lease and release. Many families named, not resident in Hunts or Beds. The solicitor was Day of St Neots.
DARLOW, Ann1736UMS/HUNTN/163Lease by Ann Darlow of St. Martin in the Fields, London….of messuage in St. Mary's Parish, Huntingdon…..yearly rent £12 dated February 1736 (to Charles Darlow)
DARLOW, Charles1736UMS/HUNTN/113Indenture between Ann Darlow, widow, of London and Mr Charles Darlow of Huntingdon. Lease for 99 years of dwelling house in Huntingdon, dated 20 November 1736.
DARLOW, Charles1742UMS/HUNTN/114Conveyance of a house in Huntingdon on the decease of Ann Darlow to Mr Charles Shipley, dated 12 April 1742. Signature and seal of Joseph Darlow.
DARLOW, Joseph1678UMS/HUNTN/160Discharge (receipt for £180), of Mr Joseph Darlow for a house in Huntingdon adjoining the dwelling of Sir Nicholas Pedley Kt. Received by Mr John Torkington of Gt Stewkley, Esq. (Signature and seal). 4 September 1678 (witnesses: James King, Henry Bowes, Michael Ringstead, George Loke).
DARLOW, Joseph1712UMS/HUNTN/161Last Will, dated 30 July 1712. Joseph Darlow of Huntingdon, gent. (to wife, apartment in his messuage and £14 a year. Sons Thomas and Charles. Daughter Catherine Shipley of Stamford £100. Grandaughter Mary Godin, daughters Elizabeth and Anne, provisions for (on marriage ?).
DARLOW, Thomas1715UMS/HUNTN/162Lease of property in Huntingdon. Thomas Darlow of Kings Mews, Westminster, Middx., Farrier to his Majesty and Charles Darlow of Huntingdon, Farrier, and Katherine Darlow of Huntingdon, their mother……and Richard Osgood, Piccadilli, London, and Robert Burton of St. James Market, London, fishmonger.
DARNELL, A.N.1836UMS/HAILW/40Lease of a Malting, Mr A.N. Darnell of Great Staughton to William Murfit of St Neots. Concerns Premises, Malting, and Chambers, situated at Hail Weston, dated 27 October 1836.
DARNELL, W.1815UMS/HAILW/41Hail Weston Spas. Notes taken from the Cambridge Chronicle report of 28 April 1815. Refers to medicinal properties, W. Darnell (proprietor) and to surgeons of St Neots.
DARNELL, William1799UMS/HAILW/20Receipt for £6 from Mr William Darnell, one year's rent to the bishop of Ely.
DARWOOD, Thomas1689UMS/HEM.G/048Agreement between Thomas Darwood and Elizabeth Ra---, making her apprenticed to him.
DARWOOD, Thomas1692UMS/HEM.G/050Indenture for Thomas Darwood to pay £3 to the overseers of Hemingford Grey.
DASELY, Thomas1730UMS/GT.GR/042Assignment of 38 acres of land in Gt Gransden: Thomas Dasely of Kingston Co. Cambs to Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden.
DAVENPORT, John1670UMS/G.STA/097Indenture: 23 Chas 1. Large deed, text in Latin (not transcribed), refers to messuage etc in Gt Staughton, Hunts., names John Davenport and John Spencer.
DAVIES, John1767 (i)UMS/DIDDN/02Copy of the will of John Davies of Diddington (lands in Gt Bowden, Leics., and Houghton and Wyton and Gt Staughton, Hunts.). Proved 4th November 1767 by Mary, Frances and Sarah Davies, spinsters, daughters of the deceased.
DAVIES, John1767 (ii)UMS/DIDDN/03Copy of the will of John Davies of Diddington.
DAVIES, W.E.1889UMS/KIMBN/161Letter from W.E. Davies of St Neots appealing for funds for the defence of Charles Bramwell, late of Kimbolton.
DAWS, John1724UMS/GLATT/04Will of John Daws of Glatton.
DAY1775UMS/S.IVE/062Bill for beast sold by Mr Day.
DAY1800-18UMS/E & P/06A collection of documents, letters, canvass lists, expenses, claims and objections to vote, for Parliamentary Elections of 1800, 1807, 1818. Much of the correspondence is to Mr Day.
DAY family1749-1808UMS/SPALD/098Copy of entries from the Spaldwick registers, Day family, 1749-1808.
DAY familyc.1900UMS/KIMBN/211Family tree tracing the descent from Thomas Day, born 1700, of Wornditch, Kimbolton and later of Spaldwick, with refs. to several Hunts parishes including St Neots, also the Midlands and London. Latest entries are c. 1893.
DAY, Elizabeth1780UMS/STO.L/27Will of Elizabeth Day of Stow, widow, friend Thomas Day of Spaldwick, 28th April 1780.
DAY, Frank1864UMS/EYNES/020Admission of Frank Day of St Neots as the heir of Frances Day, deceased. (Premises in Eynesbury).
DAY, Frank1879UMS/TOSEL/02Manor of Toseland: admission of Frank Day to lands on the surrender of William Wiles of St Neots, brewer.
DAY, G1860UMS/S.NEO/314In Chancery, Melton versus Day: an account of G. Day's transactions and dealings of a farm at Walpole St Peters.
DAY, G.1875UMS/S.IVE/102Letters : (a) G.Day, Town Clerk, to the Duke of Manchester re subscription to providing a chain of office for the mayor of the newly incorporated Borough of St. Ives; (b) the Duke's acceptance. Dated 20-26 March 1875.
DAY, G.c.1854UMS/RIVER/03Collection of receipted bills, lock tickets, accounts, c.1854. Many detailed accounts e.g. "Dennis Wm. £ 61 15s 11d all paid. Repairing and cleaning table and stand 7s., 2 hold-fast 4d., a new back office stool 10s, Self, 3/4 day fixing 3s." Much interesting material.
DAY, George Game1852UMS/PIDLY/23Declaration by Mr George Game Day of St Ives, solicitor, re Johnson.
DAY, John1747UMS/FENST/07Copy of court roll, being a surrender by John Day of Eversden Co. Cambs., esq., and Thomas Kidman of Bourn Co. Cambs., yeoman, of premises in Hilton to John Peck of Hilton, gent. Schedule of lands attached.
DAY, John1767UMS/S.IVE/160Letter by John Day of St Ives, 1st September 1767, addressed to "my Lord" (not identified), re his lack of advancement in the Army . . . "imputed to the numbers that continually solicit". Reference to "your Lordship's elevation has increased my hopes".
DAY, John1789 (i)UMS/SWINS/03Release of premises in Swineshead: John Day of Wornditch, Kimbolton, farmer, to Richard Lopps of the same, tailor.
DAY, John1789 (ii)UMS/SWINS/04Release or discharge of an estate conveyed to trustees in trust to sell for the benefit of creditors: the Trustees of John Day of Kimbolton, farmer, to Richard Lopps of the same.
DAY, John1801UMS/SPALD/041Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a messuage and lands, John Day to Thomas Day.
DAY, John1814UMS/KIMBN/173Apprentice Indenture: John Day, son of Mary Day, widow, of Newtown, Kimbolton, to John Smith, butcher of Kimbolton. Dated 13 May 1814.
DAY, John1815UMS/S.NEO/026Abstract of title: John Day to premises in St Neots.
DAY, John Hill1840 (i)UMS/SPALD/006Abstract of title: John Hill Day to copyhold land in the manor of Spaldwick.
DAY, John Hill1840 (ii)UMS/SPALD/011Abstract of title: John Hill Day to a freehold allotment at Spaldwick.
DAY, John Hill1845UMS/BUCKD/071Abstract of title. John Hill Day to copyhold messuages in Buckden held of the manor of Buckden with the Members.
DAY, Mary1776UMS/S.NEO/268Copy of the will of Mary Day of St Neots, widow.
DAY, Mary1870UMS/WISTO/16Probate of the will of Mary Day of Wistow, widow.
DAY, Neville1835-39UMS/ADMIN/12Diary of Neville Day, Clerk of the Peace, 1835-1839: contains official engagements and an account of the New Gaol, 1828. A note at the end records that Neville Day died 25th August 1839, i.e. 5 days after the last entry, aged 37.
DAY, Neville1837UMS/YELLG/04Conditions of sale of property in Yelling, Neville Day and Isaac Farr.
DAY, Neville1837-41UMS/E & P/19Collection of MSS relating mostly to the Parliamentary election of 1837: lists of voters, objections, claims notices. Refs. in particular to St Neots, includes other parishes and general appeals to the electors. One document, a deed (found with election papers), refers to families of Trimmer & Terry.
DAY, Philip1799UMS/S.NEO/622Release/abstract of title: details of ownership of the Bull's Head, St Neots (Philip Day, from 1757, and provisions of his will).
DAY, S.1849UMS/S.NEO/373Letter from S. Day to John Medock re St Neots Drainage and Improvement Act.
DAY, Samuel1858UMS/OFFRD/25Probate of the will of Samuel Day of Offord Cluny.
DAY, Samuel1859 (i)UMS/OFFRD/24Release and indemnity: the beneficiaries of the will of Samuel Day to Rev Edward Turner, Charles Margetts and William Wadsworth, his executors.
DAY, Samuel1859 (ii)UMS/E & P/08Canvass of voters, gives list of "In Voters" for Mr Sam Day's district (includes St. Neots, Buckden and a few smaller places). States "how voted at last election" and gives promises for coming Election.
DAY, Samuel1864UMS/SWINS/66Abstract of title to freehold and copyhold in Swineshead: abstract begins 1810, family names: Howorth, Manning, Day.
DAY, Samuel1866UMS/S.NEO/370Agreement that Samuel Day has purchased three lots on the north side of the proposed New Street.
DAY, Samuel1878UMS/SWINS/63Abstract of title to land in the Manor of Swineshead: begins 1810 (Stephen Cooper), very detailed, giving lists of fields and closes with names of tenants.
DAY, Sarah1675UMS/SWINS/59Feoffment of lands in Swineshead: Sarah Day of Swineshead, widow, to John Gell of the same, labourer.
DAY, Thomas1725UMS/SWINS/20Lease of two closes of pasture ground in Swineshead for 23 years: Thomas Day of St Dunstan's Stepney, Esq., to John Sanders of Swineshead, yeoman.
DAY, Thomas1760UMS/STO.L/10Power of Attorney granted to Thomas Day by Edward Harby and Sir John Read. Property in Stow, Spaldwick, Catworth,Barham and Easton.
DAY, Thomas1773 (i)UMS/SPALD/072Excise prosecution against Thomas Day of Spaldwick.
DAY, Thomas1773 (ii)UMS/SPALD/081Admission of Thomas Day on the surrender of Elizabeth Hawkin.
DAY, Thomas1774UMS/SPALD/067Agreement between Thomas Day of Spaldwick and Robert Hains of Great Barford, to hire 12 acres of meadowing for five years.
DAY, Thomas1775 (i)UMS/SPALD/095Thomas Day's inventory, by Robert Maldin and T. Browning.
DAY, Thomas1775 (ii)UMS/SPALD/096Thomas Day's bills and receipts.
DAY, Thomas1776 (i)UMS/SPALD/078Admission of Thomas Day of Kimbolton to property in Uptharp on the surrender of Thomas Sharman.
DAY, Thomas1776 (ii)UMS/SPALD/080Admission of Thomas Day of Spaldwick to property in Spaldwick on the surrender of John Simpson of Connington.
DAY, Thomas1776 (iii)UMS/SPALD/085Admission of Thomas Day to property in Spaldwick on the surrender of John Gilbert.
DAY, Thomas1781UMS/SPALD/087Manor of Spaldwick, conditional surrender, Thomas Day to Henry Green to secure £400.
DAY, Thomas1782UMS/SPALD/097Thomas Day's account with Thomas Thomas (?an innkeeper): the bills are for wine and spirits, corn etc.
DAY, Thomas1783 (i)UMS/SPALD/099The accounts of Mary Weston, housekeeper to Mr Day.
DAY, Thomas1783 (ii)UMS/SPALD/100Receipt to Thomas Day for £6.17.0 excise duty on a four-wheel carriage.
DAY, Thomas1789UMS/SWINS/06Release of two closes in Swineshead: Thomas Day, of Anningsley, Surrey, to Charles Marrion Welstead of Kimbolton, gent.
DAY, Thomas1795UMS/KIMBN/130Conditional surrender by Thomas Day of premises in Wornditch to John Simpson of Covington, to secure payment of £2000 with interest.
DAY, Thomas1796UMS/SPALD/076Copies of opinions of Mr Sergeant Le Blanc and Mr Wilson on Thomas Day's case re disputed possession of property in Spaldwick.
DAY, Thomas1797UMS/SPALD/017Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: conditional surrender of a messuage and lands, Thomas Day of Spaldwick to John Smith of Uppingham, Rutland.
DAY, Thomas1803UMS/SPALD/034Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Thomas Day and William Sharman on the surrender of William Glover to a cottage in Spaldwick in trust for the benefit of the parish.
DAY, Thomas1812UMS/CATWO/38Appointment and release, Thomas Day of Kimbolton Co. Hunts., to John Fox the elder of Dean Co. Beds., Esq., Richard Leach of the town of Bedford, gent., Elias Boswell Collett, gent., Henry Harris of Shelton Co. Beds., gent., John Islip of Swinshead Co. Hunts., farmer, and John Fox the younger of Dean Co. Beds., gent., the trustees or feoffees in trust of the Free School of Upper Dean, of premises in Little Catworth.
DAY, Thomas1818UMS/SPALD/033Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: conditional surrender of lands to secure £2800, Thomas Day of Spaldwick to William Gilpin and Henry Sweeting of Huntingdon.
DAY, Thomas1831UMS/KIMBN/044Abstract of the title of Thomas Day to a freehold estate in Wornditch, Kimbolton.
DAY, Thomas1832UMS/SPALD/110Conditional surrender of mansion house and land near Spaldwick, Thomas Day to John Hughes Esq., 28 May 1832; much detail, including lands adjoining, also Lady Olivia Sparrow and Sir John Bernard.
DAY, Thomas1845UMS/SPALD/047Probate of the will of Thomas Day formerly of Spaldwick in the county of Huntingdon but late of Hartford in the same county, gentleman, deceased. 17th May 1845.
DAY, Thomas1846UMS/KIMBN/014Copy of the will of Thomas Day of Kimbolton.
ST IVES, Property Owners of1872UMS/S.IVE/170To the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. The Humble Petition of the Undersigned Owners of Property situate within the Parish of St Ives in the County of Huntingdon. Humbly Sheweth, etc. etc. (petition supporting the petition for a Charter of Incorporation (UMS/S.IVE/188), this from the non-resident owners of property in St Ives).
DAY, W.1817UMS/PAXTN/49Account from W. Day to the parishioners of Lt Paxton.
DAY, William1809UMS/S.NEO/014William Day's bill to John Smith for legal services.
DAY, William1813UMS/S.NEO/645Letter to Wm Day, Esq. from Messrs Chatteris (Whitmore) dated 17 April 1813. Gives income (£736 11s 8d ) from sale of property of Mary Humbly, late Parker, with details of legal costs.
DAY, William1827UMS/S.NEO/201Particulars relating to an action between Wiliam Day, plaintiff, and John Fox and Mary his wife, defendants.
DAY, William1831UMS/EYNES/072Draft abstract of title of William Day to an allotment of 38 acres within and held of the manor of Eynesbury Berkeleys etc.
DAY, William1833UMS/KIMBN/076Manor of Kimbolton: abstract of the title of William Day to an estate held of the Manor.
DAY, William1836UMS/G.STA/038Deed of covenant for securing an annuity and another sum of money, on the marriage of Nevil Day of St Neots to Sophia Onslow, spinster of Great Staughton: between William Day of St Neots, Denzil Onslow, and Henry Cope Onslow of Great Staughton, and William Day the Younger, the two latter being trustees.
DAY, William1844UMS/CATWO/16Conveyance (draft), William Day Jnr Esq of Lincolns Inn Fields Co. Middx., to the rector and churchwardens of Gt Catworth, of a plot of land at Gt Catworth in the Cos. of Huntingdon and Northampton.
DAY, William1847 (i)UMS/EYNES/073Abstract of title of William Day to a piece of copyhold land at Eynesbury, part of which is intended to be taken for the purposes of the Great Northern Railway.
DAY, William1847 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/307Abstract of title of William Day to a freehold estate in St Neots.
DAY/LUKE1831UMS/EYNES/216Title to freehold and copyhold farm at Eynesbury, formerly Lukes. Abstract begins 1677 Nicholas and Grace his wife, Nich.Luke, the younger, gent……1754 the will of Samuel Luke. 1763 marriage into Hinson family.
DE BURGH, John1399UMS/SOUTH/15Rental: Southoe Lovetot 13 July 23 Richd II (1399). The tenements of John de Burgh. Clear handwriting (presume original document), many names e.g. Isabella and Robert Kendale. A partial transcript gives the first five tenants with rents, leaving about ¾ not transcribed.
DEAN, Josephc.1859UMS/S.IVE/158Sale conditions and purchase: at the Unicorn Inn, St Ives, Monday 29 October, (no year given, circa 1859) Joseph Dean, waterman, purchased property "situated on the Quay . . . by the Ouze."
DEAN, Rev William1710UMS/COVIN/12Indenture concerning property in Covington: Rev William Dean, rector of Offord Cluny and Offord Darcy, and Robert and Elizabeth Browne; dated 10th June 1710. Several signatures and subsequent notes and seals.
DEANE, George1705UMS/BUCKD/008Admission (Manor of Bugden with the Members) of George Deane, brother and heir of Merritt Deane, to a messuage and lands on the death of his said brother Merritt Deane. His surrender of the same to the use of William Whitworth clerk. Admission of William Whitworth to the said messuage and land.
DEANE, William1708UMS/STO.L/06Admission of William Deane, rector of Offord Darcy and Cluny, to a cottage and land in the Manor of Stow.
DEANE, William1708xUMS/STO.L/06Admission of William Deane, Rector of Offord D'Arcy and Cluny to a cottage and land in the Manor of Stow.
DEAR, Edward1879UMS/HUNTN/023Release of property in Huntingdon: Edward Dear and others to James and John Dear, all of Huntingdon.
DECKE, Thomas1647UMS/LANDS/10Final agreement at the Court at Westminster, dated 23 Car. I (1647): right to a messuage, pasture, etc at Great Staughton, between Thomas Decke and John Spencer, gent. and Rebecca his wife.
DEERE, Elizabeth1744UMS/HOUGH/08Release given to executors of the will of Elizabeth Deere of Houghton of legacies bequeathed to John Samuel and Mary Deere, her nephew and niece.
DELL, Thomas1726UMS/ADMIN/41ccProbate of the will of Thomas Dell, late of Northmins Co. Herts., proved by his widow Jane Dell, 15 July 1726.
DENNE, Jonathan1789UMS/HUNTN/033Probate of the will of Jonathan Denne of Huntingdon, gent.
DENNE, Thomas1675UMS/S.IVE/030Indenture between Thomas Denne of St Ives, apothacary, of the one part, and John Phillipps of Cottenham, Cambs, gent, and Richard Pyke of Cambridge, gent, of the other part: witnessing - amongst other things - that the said Thomas Denne agrees to stand seised of the Salutation Inn formerly called the Swan Inn in St Ives, next to an Inn called the Crown.
DENNE, William1792UMS/S.IVE/006Probate of the will of Wiliam Denne of St Ives.
DENNIS1817-20UMS/S.IVE/109Mr Dennis to William Hancock (dated 1817-1820). Detailed account of sums due for provisions (e.g. 2 lb currants @ 13d, 2s 3d). Total bill £14 9s.5d.
DENNIS, John1827 (i)UMS/S.NEO/043Plan of the estate of John Dennis in Huntingdon Street, St Neots, sold to Mr Briggs.
DENNIS, John1827 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/044Draft release of premises in Huntingdon Street, St Neots: John Dennis to George Briggs.
DENNY, Hill17--UMS/SPALD/077Terrier of the land belonging to the farm in Upthorp that was formerly Thomas Rousse's but lately Hill Denny's.
DENNY, Hill1702UMS/SPALD/052Hill Denny's bond to Owen Inkersole for £150, September 1702.
DENTON GLEBENo dateUMS/DENTN/06Plan of Glebe land in Denton, 19th century?
DESBOROUGH, Elizabeth1854UMS/HEM.G/119Bequest by Elizabeth Desborough to the vicar of Hemingford Grey, leaving three cottages and land for use as a school for the poor.
DESCON, Daniel1770UMS/RAMSY/068Appointment of attornies by Daniel Descon of Ramsey, gent., to secure the performance of the conditions of a bond between the said Daniel on the one part, and Peter Descon of Ramsey, gent., Francis Overall of the same, gent., and Ann Overall of the same, spinster, of the other part.
DEVISHER, Grace1737UMS/SPALD/025Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Grace Devisher on the death of her father David Devisher.
DEWBERRY, Alice1711UMS/GRAFM/04Articles of agreement between Alice Dewberry of Grafham, spinster, and Thomas Clarke of Colmworth, Beds., single man, upon a marriage to be solemnised between the said Alice and Thomas, whereby the said Alice grants to the said Thomas a messuage and land in Grafham.
DEXTRE, John1811UMS/HEM.G/016Lease and release of premises in Hemingford Grey by John Dextre of Godmanchester, butcher, to Ann Marriott of Old Weston, widow.
DICK, Charles1766UMS/UPWOD/150Mrs Warner's bill from Charles Dick for set of neat blue enamels, 15th August 1766.
DICKENS, Charles1750UMS/HEM.A/21Marriage settlement on the marriage of Rev Charles Dickens, rector of Hemingford Abbots, with Miss Strachan of East Greenwich Co. Kent, and appointment of trustees.
DICKENS, Stephen1862UMS/O.WES/50Title (freehold, Old Weston): abstract begins February 1818, messuage, garden, parcels of land; George Barnet, shoemaker, and Samuel Wells, gent; passed to Stephen Dickens, 1831.
DICKINS, John1817UMS/CATWO/09Mortgage, Mr John Dickins of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., farmer, to Robert Skevington of the town of Bedford, of premises in Gt Catworth for securing £1000 and interest.
DILLY, Thomas1823UMS/EYNES/205Apprentice Indenture: Thomas Dilly of Eynesbury, labourer, to William Clark of Eynesbury, bricklayer. 27 June 1823.
DISBROWE/BLATT1691UMS/COLNE/07Indenture. Assignment to Elizabeth Disbrowe (Desborough) daugher and heir of James Disbrowe, deceased, of a mortgage made by John Fowler of Colne, husbandman, to Laurence Blatt of Somersham, gent. of ground in Colne……securing £180. Signature, seal, Laur. Blatt.
DIX, John1776UMS/KIMBN/059Probate of the will of John Dix of Stonely, Kimbolton.
DIXIE, Elizabeth1764UMS/KIMBN/060Probate of the will of Elizabeth Dixie of Kimbolton.
DIXIE, John1776UMS/KIMBN/148Inventory of the effects of John Dixie of Stonely, farmer.
DIXIE, John1852UMS/G.STA/024Will of John Dixie of Staughton Moor.
DIXIE, Owen1789UMS/G.STA/048Fine made between Owen Dixie, plaintiff, and Alexander Burnett and Elizabeth his wife, Francis Russell and Mary his wife, deforciants, of a fourth part of a messuage, cottage and lands in Gt Staughton Moor.
DIXIE, Owen1815UMS/G.STA/029Draft of lease of an allotment in Great Staughton for 14 years: the trustees of the Great Staughton School to Owen Dixie of Staughton Moor.
DIXIE, Owen1822UMS/G.STA/023Copy of probate of the will of Owen Dixie of Staughton Moor.
DIXIE, Philip1692UMS/EYNES/230Manor of Eynesbury, 1692, admission of Phillip Dixie, copyhold in Eynesbury occupied by Thomas Freeman. Latin text.
DIXIE, Philip1707 (i)UMS/EYNES/015Conveyance. Philipp Dixie of Eynesbury, gent., to Gilbert Kitchen of the same, fellmonger, of ten acres of arable land in Eynesbury.
DIXIE, Phillipp1707 (ii)UMS/EYNES/138Lease for a year, Phillipp Dixie of Eynesbury, chapman, to Gilbert Hitchin of Eynesbury, fellmonger, of lands in Eynesbury.
DIXIE, Phillipp1712UMS/EYNES/100Bond whereby Phillipp Dixie of Eynesbury acknowledges himself bound to Stephen Bainton of St Neots in £123 to perform certain covenants.
DIXIE, William1720 (i)UMS/EYNES/105Manor of Eynesbury etc. Conditional surrender, William Dixie the younger of Eynesbury, roper, and Mary his wife, to Thomas Berkeley of Eynesbury, with provisor in £150 with interest.
DIXIE, William1720 (ii)UMS/EYNES/194Manor of Eynesbury. Copy of Court Roll. Concerns William Dixie junior and Maria Howard, daughter of William Howard deceased. Latin text not transcribed.
DIXIE, William1830UMS/G.STA/036Particulars of the estates of William Dixie of Staughton Moor.
DIXIE, William1849UMS/G.STA/025Copy of the probate of the will of William Dixie of Great Staughton.
DIXON, Michael1681UMS/HUNTN/097A letter to Michael Dixon telling him he can get a free pardon for offences he has committed, for £50, from a friend who has interest at Court, especially with the Duke of York.
DOBSON1817UMS/LANDS/03Inbdenture, assignment of terms in divers manors and lands in Hunts and Cambs, dated 8th September 1817, Dobson and Sewell.
DOBSON, Thomas1704UMS/HEM.G/058Bond between Thomas Dobson and the overseers of Hemingford Grey.
DOBSON, William1832UMS/S.NEO/365Letter from William Dobson to James Austin, assistant overseer of St Neots, about a bell cast for St Neots church.
DOCURA, James1812UMS/S.IVE/037Probate of the will of James Docura of St Ives, salesman.
DODSON, John1852 (i)UMS/PIDLY/22Acknowledgement of satisfaction: Mr John Dodson to Mr Edward Johnson in the manor of Somersham with the Soake.
DODSON, John1852 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/54Reconveyance: Mr John Dodson to Mr Edward Johnson of freehold estates at Pidley and Somersham, Hunts.
DODSWORTH, Mathew1677UMS/W.NEW/28Assignment of lease by Mathew Dodsworth to Peter Scrivener.
DOUGHTY, William1711UMS/STILT/28Mortgage by William Doughty of Stilton, grazier, to Catherine Farrell of Huntingdon, spinster, for securing £200, with interest, on two cottages in Stilton, one called the Angel Inn and the other the Globe.
DOWNHALL, William1631UMS/CONIN/02Conveyance by William Downhall of Cottingham Co. Northants., Esq., and Henry Proby of the Middle Temple, London, Esq., to Sir Thomas Cotton of Connington Bart., of an Inn called "The Tabert" now in the tenure of Edward Bate, and two closes called Georges and Priory, and other premises in Stilton with covenants to levy a fine. (Copy of same enclosed).
DOWNHALL, William1627UMS/STILT/26Fine made between William Downhall Esq, plaintiff, and Richard Symons and Aden Hollingworth and Helen his wife, deforciants, of premises in Stilton.
DOWNING, Edmund1583UMS/BYTHN/06Conveyance by Edmund Downing of London, gent., and Peter Ashton of Old Weston, co. Hunts., gent., to John Pashler of Molesworth, co. Hunts., gent., to John Pashler of Molesworth, husbandman, of two parcels of pasture ground containing two acres in Clack furlong in Bythorn, now lately inclosed. (Quotes letters patent dated 18th Dec. 25 Elizabeth, granting the manors of Old Weston with Brington and Bythorn to the said Edmund Downing and Peter Ashton, formerly parcels of the possessions of the monastery of Ramsey, to be held of the Queen as of her manor of East Greenwich).
DOWSE, Mary1735UMS/HUNTN/014Lease for a year of a messuage or inn called the Dolphin and other premises in Huntingdon: Mary Dowse of Huntingdon, widow, to Edward Hart of Lincolns Inn.
DOWSE/COLLET1697-8UMS/HUNTN/171Indenture relating to several properties, a messuage etc. One area of pasture is in Over, Cambs. but the families of Dowse and Collet were from Hunts. Dated 10th William III (1698).
DRAYE, Henry1804UMS/HEM.G/105Letting of the Workhouse barn for five years to Henry Draye.
DREW, Marriot1756UMS/HEM.A/09Lease for a year of a close of pasture in Hemingford Abbots: Marriot Drew of Bethnal Green, weaver, to Christopher Mitten of Hemingford Grey, grazier.
DREW, Mary1840 (i)UMS/S.NEO/039Copy of the will of Mary Drew of St Neots.
DREW, Mary1840 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/632Copy of will of Mary Drew of Eaton Socon, Beds., but with estate also in St Neots. Executor Day of St Neots (detailed, lengthy will).
DREW, Thomas1820UMS/S.NEO/529The will of Thomas Drew, Stone Mason of the Ford End, Eaton Socon. Dated 1812, leaving all property to wife Mary Drew. Grant of Probate (PCC, London) attached.
DREW, William1752UMS/S.IVE/143Probate of will of William Drew, tailor of St Ives. Daughter Mary, wife Francis. Messuage and lands, tenements at Hemingford Abbots.
DRURY, Ann1847UMS/ALCON/20Abstract of Title to the leasehold of the Parsonage of Alconbury (lease by the Dean & Chapter of Westminster) begins Jan. 1824. Ends with provisions of the Will of Wm Levitt Heading of Teddington, uncle to Ann Drury, 1844.
DRURY, Richard1692UMS/SOMER/45Copy of settlement made by Richard Drury of Earith Esq., and Priscilla his wife, on their daughters Priscilla and Elizabeth, of £250 each, to be raised on the Manor of Colne etc., purchased by the said Richard Drury with appurtenances in Bluntisham, Somersham and the Soaks of Somersham.
DRURY, Richard1693UMS/EARTH/05Indenture: lease of a third part of the Manor of Colne (Colnes, Dunholts, otherwise Druryes lately purchased of Richard Carter and Mary, 14 July 1680). Richd. Drury of Erith Esq. and Priscilla to Wm. Drury of Erith gent. and Robert Clerke of St Ives gent. 12 July 1693. Signatures and seals.
DRURY, Richard1698UMS/SOMER/49Manor of Somersham: surrender by Richard Drury of the Long Close in Colne to the use of William Marsh of Haddenham.
DRURY, Richard.1714-1727UMS/LANDS/20Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, probably tempo George I. (Latin text). Names Richard Drury Esq, property in Colne and Somersham.
DRURY, William1680UMS/GODMC/012Deed to lead to uses of a fine, between William Drury the younger of Godmanchester and Elizabeth his wife, of the one part; Thomas Hardwick of London, merchant, and John Walkley, gent., of the other part; witnessing a fine between Robert Garland, William Drury and Elizabeth his wife, and John Jolly, to the said Thomas Hardwick and John Walkley of fourteen messuages etc. in Stepney to lead to uses etc.
DUBERLY, Charles1847UMS/PIDLY/76Release: Rev Charles Duberly to Mr Edward Johnson of 48a. 0r 22p of land and two tenements in the parishes of Pidley and Somersham, Hunts.
DUCK, Thomas1875UMS/NON-H/039Probate of the will of Thomas Duck, with Rev George William Asplen of Cambridge "my worthy Cousin" as executor.
DUKE, R.1667UMS/LEIGH/04Report by R. Duke, acting as agent for the Duke of Richmond?, with reply from the Duke?
DUMBLETON1842UMS/EYNES/081Conditions of sale of Dumbletons estate at Eynesbury.
DUMBLETON, John1824UMS/S.NEO/233Abstract of title: John Dumbleton to hereditaments in St Neots.
DUNCAN, James Hastings1902UMS/KIMBN/212Abstract of title to Wornditch House and land situate at Kimbolton; refers to James Hastings Duncan of Otley Co. York Esq. MP, and Edward Ackroyd Milligan of Northampton Esq. Dated August 1902, abstract starts October 1877 naming Thomas Day, farmer late of Wornditch, his will dated 1 Sept 1818 which devised estate to his son Thomas Day.
DUNCOMBE, Charles1671UMS/HUNTN/072Money collected by Charles Duncombe, receiver general of the subsidy granted to Charles II by act of Parliament for the 1st quarter ending 24 June 1671.
DUTTON1770UMS/S.NEO/348Account of sale sent to Mr Day by Mr Dutton of London.
DUTTON, William1774UMS/SPALD/094Receipt by William Dutton to Thomas Day of Spaldwick for one and a half years' rent.
DYER, William1682UMS/HAILW/08Conveyance by William Dyer of Eaton Socon and Clement Sharroe of Tinwell to Gilbert Fann of Gt Staughton, of Sibley's Farm in Hail Weston.
EAGLE1800-1810UMS/S.NEO/545a-zCollection of 44 letters, mostly between Messrs Day and Mr Eagle concerning the Rate Assessment for St Neots; Mr Eagle's difficulty in getting the job done due to other engagements, his state of health, and the weather. Some assessments, list of ratepayers and objections.
EAKINS, John1819UMS/HUNTN/046Assignment and ratification of premises in Huntingdon, for £150 and interest: John Eakins to Robert Pattison.
EARITH-UMS/EARTHSee also UMS//BLUNT/20, rate towards the expenses of inclosure of Bluntisham, Colne and Earith.
EARL, Susanna1735UMS/ELTON/03Will of Susanna Earl, late of Elton, proved by James Earl son of the deceased.
CARVER, Marmaduke1735 (i)UMS/O.WES/16Lease and release of two parts in eight parts to be divided of the manor of Old Weston: Thomas, Earl of Malton, to Marmaduke Carver of Chesterfield.
COOKE, Elizabeth1736 (i)UMS/O.WES/07Lease for a year to a conveyance of lands in Old Weston: Thomas, Earl of Malton to Elizabeth Cooke of Rarleborough Co. Derby.
EARLE, Alice1709UMS/S.NEO/521Official form: binds Ralph Bromsall of Northill, Beds. Kt. and Alice Earle of St Neots, Hunts. No indication of the nature of the obligation. Signatures include that of Ralph Bromsall.
EAST, John1717UMS/ADMIN/41ddProbate of the will of John East (sometime?) of Caddington, Co. Herts . . . Watton, yeoman Proved by his widow Mary East and son John East, executors, 29 May 1717. The Latin merits a careful translation: the previous interpretation of "John East, clerk" is uncertain.
EASTON TOWN LAND1855-56UMS/EASTN/11Miscellaneous correspondence relating to the exchange of lands between the Duke of Manchester and Easton Town Land Charity.
EASTON TOWN LAND1856UMS/EASTN/09Order of exchange of lands in Easton, between the Duke of Manchester and the Trustees of the Town Land, Easton.
EATON SOCON INCLOSURE1799UMS/S.NEO/352Notice from the commissioners of the Eaton Socon Inclosure demanding 10s 6d rate for forming and repairing public roads.
EATON, James1702UMS/RAMSY/049Conveyance by James Eaton of Ramsey, yeoman, to Henry Anderson of the same, yeoman, of a parcel of fen ground called Loadsons in Middlemere in Ramsey, and other lots of fen ground there.
EAYRE, Joseph1753UMS/S.NEO/394Agreement between Joseph Eayre of St Neots and Loftus Hatley, also Stephen Scarbrow, churchwardens of St Neots, and Jeremiah Davies of St Neots, re complete peal of 8 bells: copy by G.C. Gorham.
EAYRE, Joseph1772 (i)UMS/S.NEO/046Attested copy of the will of Joseph Eayre of St Neots, bellfounder.
EAYRE, Joseph1772 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/111Attested copy of the will of Joseph Eayre of St Neots, bellfounder.
EBDEN, James Collett1867UMS/STUKE/02Lease of certain lands belonging to the vicarage of Gt Stukeley for 20 years: Rev James Collett Ebden of Stukeley to Dennis Herbert, Esq.
EDEN, Edward1746UMS/TILBR/15Manor of Tilbrook: admission of Edward Eden on the surrender of John Eden.
EDEN, Edward1782 (i)UMS/CATWO/85Copy of Court Roll (Tilbrook, Beds.). Admission of Edward Eden of Great Catworth on death of his father Edward Eden. Dated 24 April 1782.
EDEN, Edward1782 (ii)UMS/TILBR/06Manor of Tilbrook: admission of Edward Eden to lands and tenements.
EDEN, John1714UMS/TILBR/11Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of John Eden on the surrender of John Allen.
EDEN, John1751UMS/SOMER/48Admission of John Eden of Somersham, grocer, to a lot of common pasture in Somersham Fore fenns, on the surrender of Thomas Knightly the younger of St Ives, butcher.
EDES, Robert1790UMS/WOOLY/02Indenture, dated 13 Oct 1790: lease by Corpus Christi College, Oxon. to Robert Edes of Woolley, Hunts, land at Little Staughton, Beds. The seal is broken.
EDIS, Nicholas1707UMS/HEM.G/059Order to convey Nicholas Edis from Hemingford Grey to Elton.
EDIS, Robert1754UMS/G.STA/100The will of Robert Edis, farmer, of Woolley, Hunts., father of Robert Edis of Little Staughton, farmer. Refers also to son Thomas, daughters Alice and Mary, to son John £650, to Alice £300, to Mary £100, to wife household goods and £16 quarterly.
EDIS, Robert1769UMS/G.STA/099Lease by Corpus Christi College, Oxon. to Robert Edis: farm and arable land, Little Staughton, Beds. Yearly payment of 12 shillings and four bushels of wheat with four bushels and two pecks of malt (for 20 year term, no subletting, as specified on the separate paper sheet).
EDIS, Robert1807UMS/G.STA/098Probate copy of will of Robert Edis of Little Staughton, farmer. Will dated 1 June 1802, probate 11 April 1807. Names daughter (Ann Goodliff), son Thomas Edis, daughter Mary Edis, son Robert Edis. Daughters Sara Everitt and Elizabeth Ward.
EDMONDS, James1738UMS/HEM.G/035Mortgage by James Edmonds of Hemingford Grey, gent., to Thomas Barnes of St Ives, merchant, of arable land in Hemingford Grey.
EDWARDS, Jasper1671UMS/RAMSY/001Lease for a year by Jasper Edwards and Robert Stillingfleet of Lincoln's Inn to Edward Stillingfleet of Holborn, London, DD, of an annual rent charge received out of the house or site of the late Monastery of Ramsey and the Lordships or Manors of Ramsey, Heathmongrove, Bury, Wardebois, Broughton, Highney and Bodney, granted by Letters Patent dated 4 March 31 Henry VIII to Richard Williams otherwise Cromwell.
EDWARDS, John1760UMS/HOUGH/06Copy of the will of John Edwards of Houghton, carpenter.
EDWARDS, Robert1832UMS/S.NEO/003Abstract of the title of Robert Edwards to a freehold estate in St Neots.
EKINS1871UMS/SOMER/56Notice of mortgage of lands at Somersham and Colne (Ekins) from Margetts and Son, Huntingdon, to Mr Philip George Elliston. (Ref. to Messrs Veasey and Co.)
EKINS, George1842UMS/WARBO/13Probate of the will of George Ekins of Warboys, farmer.
EKINS, James1819UMS/G.STA/081Apprentice Indenture: James Ekins (brother and guardian Thomas Ekins, yeoman of Staughton) to Samuel Howlett, butcher of Gt Staughton. 1 April 1819.
EKINS, Rebecca1835UMS/HAILW/15Abstract of title of Rebecca Ekins to an estate held of the manor of Hail Weston.
EKINS, Robert Hempstead1863UMS/SOMER/57Indenture: Mr Robert Hempstead Ekins, farmer of Abbots Ripton, and Philip George Elliston of Great Stukeley, farmer. Concerns land at Somersham (approx. 290 acres, late George Ekins, the estate of Thomas Longland). A complex mortgage deed.
EKINS, Sarah1773UMS/S.NEO/097Probate of the will of Sarah Ekins of St Neots.
EKINS, Thomas1848UMS/EASTN/15Reward notice with attached written statements based on inerviews with men in prison. Refers to robbery at the house of Mr Thomas Ekins, the Fox and Hounds, Easton. Also letter, dated June 1852, signed Chas Witherow.
ELLINGTON-UMS/ELLINSee also UMS/LANDS/21-23, part of a collection of Westminster indentures.
ELLINGTON MANOR1869UMS/ELLIN/01Receipted account by the manor of Ellington.
ELLINGTON, John1719UMS/RAMSY/120Bond to place John Ellington apprentice to John Hargrave, waterman, to save the town of Ramsey harmless
ELLINGTON, Manor of1645-73UMS/ELLIN/35Copies of Court Roll, extracts comprising seven copies of Court Roll (surrenders and admissions) and a portion from an inventory, 1645-73.
ELLINGTON, Manor of1728UMS/ELLIN/31An account for admission to two closes etc. rendered by Ellington Court.
ELLINGTON, Manor of`1840UMS/ELLIN/23Draft abstract title to copyhold premises held of the manor of Ellington.
ELLIS, Thomas1621UMS/GT.GR/011Bargain and sale of a tenement and land in the fields of Gt Gransden, Thomas Ellis, yeoman, to William Knight, clerk, of Gt Gransden.
ELLIS, William1840UMS/KIMBN/026Abstract of the title of William Ellis to freehold premises in Kimbolton.
ELLIS, William1855UMS/KIMBN/188Will of William Ellis, of Kimbolton, bricklayer. Witness Samuel Day, solicitor, St. Neots and Frank Dixon Rigby (clerk to Mr. Day). 17 May 1855.
ELLISTON, George1865UMS/NON-H/034Lease of a farm at Prickwillow, Isle of Ely, Mr George Ellison and others to Mr Charles Frohook, 24th March 1865
ELLISTON, Georgiana1906 (i)UMS/HUNTN/052Counterpart of lease of an estate in Huntingdon: the trustees of the will of Georgiana Elliston to John Looker.
ELLISTON, Georgiana1906 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/053Probate of the will of Georgiana Elliston of Huntingdon.
ELLORS1703UMS/GODMC/121Lease by Mrs Ellors to Mr Harvey, farm and land at Godmanchester and Alconbury "for 98 years 11 months and 3 weeks".
ELLWOOD, John1771UMS/GT.GR/027Release: John Ellwood of Gt Gransden, yeoman, to Thomas Carrington of Cambridge, gent., of lands in Gt Gransden.
ELMES, George1841UMS/WARBO/05Apprenticeship indenture: George Elmes of Warboys to James Brown of the same, plaisterer.
ELMES, Mathew1703UMS/MILIT/08Commission: the appointment of Mathew Elmes, gent. as Lieutenant in the Regiment of Foot, Huntingdonshire Militia, under Captain Robert Vinter. Signed "Manchester" (Charles, Viscount Mandeville etc. Earl of Manchester).
ELSOM, John1832UMS/KIMBN/053Order of removal (copy) of John Elsom and Sarah and family, from Kimbolton to Pertenhall Co. Beds.
ELSON, Edward1743UMS/RAMSY/136Manor of Ramsey. Surrender by Edward Elson and Frances his wife of messuage on Wight Street (copyhold) to Abraham Banes of Ramsey. Purchase price £25. Receipt for £24-11-0, nine shillings previously paid as deposit. Dated 25 May 1743.
ELWES, Edmund1574 (i)UMS/STILT/10Conveyance by Edmund Elwes of Walton, Co. Northants., gent., to Thomas White of Woodhead, Rutland, Esq., of the Tabert, the Horsemyll and George's and Priory Close in Stilton.
ELWES, Edmund1574 (ii)UMS/STILT/11Letter from Edmund Elwes of Walton, Co. Northants., gent., to John Smythe, appointing him attorney to deliver seisin to Thomas White of Woodhead, of the Tabert, the Horsemill etc., in Stilton.
ELWOOD, Charles1759UMS/GT.GR/046Surrender: Charles Elwood of Sutton Co. Beds., yeoman, and John Pain of Gamlingay Co. Cambs., blacksmith, to Cornelius Squire of St Neots, of lands in Gt Gransden.
ELWOOD, John1771UMS/GT.GR/035Bond: John Elwood of Gt Gransden to Thomas Carrington of Cambridge, in £12, to perform certain covenants.
ELWOOD, Timothy1642UMS/GT.GR/104Copy of Court Roll (Manor of Gransden), refers to Timothy Elwood, customary tenant. May concern guardianship during a minority. Dated 15 April 1642. Latin text, requires translation.
ELY & HUNTINGDON RAILWAY1846UMS/RLWAY/18Ely & Huntingdon Railway, extension to Bedford: Notices left with Mr Wilkinson for service, dated 29 Jan 1846. List of those to whom notices were issued, trustees of roads etc. and presumably owners or occupiers, many names. Parishes of St Neots, Potton, Offord Cluny, Goldington, Sandy and Blunham.
EMERY & KIDMANVariousUMS/RIVER/04Collection re watermen, tolls etc, MSS with some printed regulations and notices: tolls 1851; poster "Caution to Watermen", 1849; letter to Sir Thomas Cullum Bart from Emery and Kidman, surveyors, 1853; inspection of works, 1890; copy of an Act of 1685 (draining of the Fens), various accounts and map.
EMERY, Francis1739 (i)UMS/GODMC/022Lease for a year of land in Eaton-Socon from Francis Emery of Eaton-Socon to George Hewisson of Godmanchester.
EMERY, Francis1739 (ii)UMS/GODMC/024Release (copy) of land in Eaton-Socon: Francis Emery and Mary his wife of Eaton-Socon to George Hewisson and his wife of Godmanchester.
EMERY, Frederick1862UMS/S.NEO/564Conveyance: Mr Frederick Emery and others, to the St Neots Corn Exchange Company. Frederick Emery, stationer, St Neots, and Joseph Newman Oliver of Hail Weston, farmer; refers to will of Joseph Oliver, deceased, and to premises in St. Neots. Small sketch plan of streets.
EMERY, John1753UMS/OFFRD/26Release of a close in Offord Darcy: John Emery of Gt Paxton to Mary Cozen of Huntingdon.
EMERY, W.c.1909UMS/S.NEO/613Collection, notes refering to Hunts locations, topography, history, genealogy etc. originally in envelope addressed to W. Emery, Esq. Eynesbury House, Nr. St Neots, Hunts, postmark London, 1909.
EMERY, W.No dateUMS/S.NEO/611Collection, including: list of organists 18th-20th cent.; transcript of Vestry Meeting 1797; abstract of bequests accounts 1865; monies to Rev John and Rev James Appleton 1837; recommendation of curate to living c. 1840 (?); various notes on small scraps of paper, several addressed to Mr Emery (churchwarden?).
EMERY, William1836UMS/S.NEO/542Land Tax Assessment, Parish of St Neots. William Emery, assessor, proprietors in alphabetical order, with occupiers, description of property, sums charged. Manuscript entries on printed form.
EMERY, William1841UMS/S.NEO/654Postal cover addressed to Mr Emery, St Neots, postmarked King William St and St Neots Ju 29, with pencil notes concerning History of St Neots.
EMERY, WilliamNo dateUMS/S.NEO/652A collection of letters re Huntingdonshire: frequent refs. to William Emery of St Neots, some to Norris and some to D.R. Tomson, several from the Cromwell Book Stores at St Neots. Late 19th century.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1709 (i)UMS/GT.GR/005Lease for 21 years of lands in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Timothy Kettle of Gt Gransden, grocer.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1725UMS/GT.GR/006Lease for 21 years of 38 acres of land in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to John Land of Gt Gransden, yeoman.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1726UMS/GT.GR/007Lease of 21 years of a messuage and close of pasture in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Timothy Kettle of Gt Gransden, grocer.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1770 (i)UMS/GT.GR/004Lease for 21 years of a messuage and close of pasture in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College, to Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1770 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/009Lease for 21 years of property in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1776UMS/GT.GR/012Lease for 21 years of lands in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden, grocer.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1777UMS/GT.GR/010Lease for 21 years of a messuage in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Charles Kettle.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1791UMS/GT.GR/001Lease of a messuage or tenement and land in Gt Gransden for 21 years: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge to Samuel Flinders of Waresley, farmer, and John Spring of Gt Gransden, carpenter.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1797UMS/GT.GR/002Counterpart of lease of arable land in Gt Gransden for 21 years: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to John Spring of Gt Gransden.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1805UMS/GT.GR/003Lease for 21 years of a messuage or tenement with pasture ground in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to John Spring.
EMMANUEL COLLEGE1825UMS/GT.GR/037Notice to quit property in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, to James Spring of Gt Gransden.
EMMANUEL COLLGE1709 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/008Lease of a messuage, land, meadows and pasture in Gt Gransden: the Master etc. of Emmanuel College to Timothy Kettle.
EMORE, Robert1764UMS/SAWTY/04Release of premises in Sawtry for making tenant to aprecipe [?] for suffering a recovery: Robert Emore the elder of Sawtry, innholder, and Robert Emore the younger, of Cherry Orton, husbandman, to William Capstack of Clifford's Inn, gent.
ENFIELD, James1720UMS/ELLIN/02Manor of Ellington. Admission of James Enfield to premises in Kimbolton, Ellington and Easton, who is a minor of four years; bequeathed to him by the will of his father Henry Enfield. Appointment of Robert Sayler and William Hinsman as guardians.
ENSAM, Robert1665UMS/ELLIN/27Probate of the will of Robert Ensam of Ellington.
ETON?, John, abbot of Ramsey1448UMS/RAMSY/121Copy made in 1803 of 1448 deed of John, abbot of Ramsey, making Richard, son of John Curtys, a freeman of the manor of Helgeye.
EVANSON, Rev Thomas1799UMS/CATWO/70Indenture (Deed of Redemption of Land Tax). Rev Thomas Evanson, Rector of Great Catworth to Charles Welstead Esq.of Leytonstone, Essex. Inclosed land in Catworth..
EVERETT, John1681UMS/S.IVE/172Manor of Slepe and Burstellars. Court of Frankpledge, 20 October 1681, concerns land at St Ives. Names Sarah Tye, widow of John Everett; also Osborne.
EVERTONNo dateUMS/EVERT/01A particular of land in Everton.
EVITT, Thomas1853UMS/KIMBN/037Draft conveyance of freehold estate in Wornditch, Kimbolton: Thomas Evitt of Westland Co. Herts., to Thomas Day.
EVITT, Thomas Augustus1850UMS/KIMBN/038Plan of an estate bequeathed by Thomas Augustus Evitt of Westland Co. Herts., in fee by the will of Charles Wellstead of Valentines Co. Essex, in the hamlets of Wornditch and Newton.
EYNESBURY-UMS/EYNESSee also UMS/E & P/11(2-4), lists of voters in Eynesbury 1858-9; and UMS/BUCKD/80, ordination as deacon of William Palmer, rector of Eynesbury 1808-51.
EYNESBURY1809UMS/EYNES/084Particulars and conditions of sale of an estate in Eynesbury.
EYNESBURY1868UMS/EYNES/181Poor rate receipt.
EYNESBURY1869UMS/EYNES/080Conditions of sale of building land in Eynesbury to be sold by auction.
EYNESBURY1880UMS/EYNES/082Conditions of sale of a copyhold estate in Eynesbury. 61 acres with residence and gardens.
EYNESBURY1905UMS/EYNES/083Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold and copyhold properties in Eynesbury.
EYNESBURY BERKLEYS MANOR1732UMS/EYNES/024Manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc., proceedings of special court held on 10th Nov. 1732.
EYNESBURY Meadows1613UMS/EYNES/183Items concerning the renting of Eynesbury meadows.
EYNESBURY National Schoolrooms1869UMS/EYNES/182Fancy Fair held at Eynesbury in aid of funds for completing the National Schoolrooms.
EYNESBURY PARSONAGE1793UMS/EYNES/222Lines of verse, author unknown, "On the Parsonage House at Eynesbury". Dated June 1793. Composed on the spur of the moment, contemplative (great and terrible events were shaking France and causing alarm in England……but in the shade of the Parsonage house all was peace).
EYNESBURY RECTORY1760-1805UMS/EYNES/014Eynesbury Rectory minute book.
EYNESBURY RECTORY MANOR1748UMS/EYNES/019Manor of the Rectory of Eynesbury. Court held on 18th Jan. 1748, paper rolls of this court.
EYNESBURY, Manor of1657-70UMS/EYNES/210Collection, six copies of Court Roll (admissions): 1) 1657, Elizabeth Bull; (2) 1654, John Hatley, gent., surrender of Cadwallader Powell; 3) and 4) John Lettice/Cecilia Marmion; 5) 1670 Lettice/Hatley; 6) 1670 Awbrey/Lettice.
EYNESBURY, Manor of1658-74UMS/EYNES/201 Court Rolls of the Rectory Manor of Eynesbury for the years 1658, 1660, 1664, 1665, and 1674. Admissions, presentments with much detail, names etc.
EYNESBURY, Manor of1689-1712UMS/EYNES/188Copies of Court Roll, surrenders. Three documents pinned together, dated October 1689, 1700, and 4 April 1712. Several names, particularly Thomas Skeggs and Philip Dixie.
EYNESBURY, Manor of the Rectory of1716 (i)UMS/EYNES/156Court Baron of the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury. (Latin document, names of jurors and constable?)
EYNESBURY, Manor of the Rectory of1716 (ii)UMS/EYNES/159List of names and property sold at customary court leet and baron for the manor and rectory of Eynesbury and an order to keep clean the thresholds of dwellings or pay a fine of four pence to the lord of the manor.
EYNESBURY, Manor of the Rectory of1719UMS/EYNES/162Court papers for the transfer of property in the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury.
EYNESBURY, Manor of the Rectory of1748UMS/EYNES/169Surrender of various properties, deaths and wills, at the court baron and customary court for the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury, in the names of Samuel Squire, James Field, Mary Neale, Maximilian King, William Watts, Grace Berkeley, Thomas Bailey, Henry Oliver, Mary Topping etc.
EYNESBURY, Manor of the Rectory of1749UMS/EYNES/170Court rolls of the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury, the third court dealing with surrenders - Edmond Gyles Hooper, John Gowran and absence of Mary Lond a bondee.
EYNESBURY, Rectory ofNo dateUMS/EYNES/176Case on the tithes of two ancient enclosures called Great Drewells, disputed between the rectors of Eynesbury and Little Barford.
EYNESBURY, Riot at1829UMS/EYNES/099a) Presentment by Jurors of the Lord the King that on 3 May 9 Geo. IV about 100 persons from St Neots and elsewhere with force of arms gathered together to disturb the peace at Eynesbury. b) Further presentment that on the 3 May 9 Geo. IV other persons to the number of 100 gathered together to disturb the peace at Eynesbury.
EYTCHES, William1781UMS/KIMBN/185Mortgage Bond, concerns property in Stonely, Kimbolton.
FAIRCHILD, William1686UMS/GODMC/039Lease and release by William Fairchild of St Martin's in the Fields, cornchandler, to John James of Godmanchester and Jane his wife, of a messuage on the West Street of Godmanchester.
FAIREY, John Dew1877-1891UMS/RIVER/02a-fCollection of accounts re navigation rights, tolls etc: a) account book,1889; b) legal opinion on the liability for preserving navigation, 1877; c) Fairey/Kirkham, account 1889, rates, salaries, tolls; d) Kirkham/Cox, agreement re navigation rights, 1891; e) John Dew Fairey, declaration (details of post, clerk to G. Day); f) Kirkham/Cox, draft agreement, 1891. MSS (b) to (f) are annotated C.R. Wade Gery, St Neots.
FAIREY, Samuel1831UMS/S.NEO/234Abstract of title: of freehold estate in St Neots purchased by Samuel Fairey.
FAIREY, William1853UMS/COVIN/06Family arrangement and instructions for deed of gift with provisor, by Mr William Fairey of Covington Co. Hunts., farmer.
FALKNER, William1787UMS/HEM.G/093Examination of William Falkner, a vagabond in London one time hired as a servant to Charles Green of Hemingford Grey and now chargeable to that parish.
FAN, Thomas1646UMS/BUCKD/084Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Buckden. Inscribed on fold: "Thomas Fan his copy to me for (one?) acher and a halfe of land". Names also William Luffe, Laurence Awberry, and Orwell Shelley, gen.
FANN, John1679UMS/PAXTN/27Release by John Fann of Gt Paxton to Dorothy Harris of Buckden, of premises in Gt Paxton, with covenant to levy a fine.
FANN, Owen1748UMS/RAMSY/093Lease for a year by Owen Fann of Ramsey, gent., to Robert Boyden of the same, woolstapler, of a piece of ground called Mill Hill of Ramsey, and also a Cornmill there.
FANNE, Gilbert1725UMS/RAMSY/065Discharge of a legacy of £20 left to Gilbert Fanne of Ramsey by Dorothy Harris of Bugden.
FARCET FEN1564?UMS/FARCT/02Indenture referring to Farcet Fen, land of the manor of Farcet, reference also to Water Newton, Stibbington etc. Dated 10th year of Elizabeth but this is probably a later copy (?late 17th century). Sir Walter Midlmay, chancellor to the Queen and others.
FARR, Joseph1750UMS/WISTO/33Assignment of term, in trust, of a close of pasture and premises in Wistow: Joseph Farr of Eaton Socon, Beds., yeoman, to Samuel Sacombe of Ramsey, gent, and Peter Descoe.
FARR, Joseph1841UMS/SAWTY/05Abstract of title of Joseph Farr to an estate in Sawtry.
FAULKNER, John1848UMS/SWINS/35Fire Insurance Policy: John Faulkner of Swineshead and John Whitwell of Stukeley with the Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation.
FAVELL, John1833 (i)UMS/G.STA/010Abstract of Title: John Favell to estate held of the Manor of Gains, etc.
FAVELL, John1833 (ii)UMS/G.STA/016Abstract of Title: John Favell to freehold allotment on Agden Green, Great Staughton.
FELLINGS, Kilburn1777UMS/BLUNT/02Lease for a year by Kilburn Fellings of Mepal in Co. Cambs, yeoman, Joseph Mayling of the same, yeoman, and John Houghton of Hemingford Grey in Co. Hunts., distiller, of premises in Bluntisham and Colne.
FELTHAM1855 (i)UMS/PIDLY/06Warrant of satisfaction: Messrs Feltham and others to Mr Edward Johnson.
FELTHAM1855 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/26Warrant of satisfaction: Messrs Feltham and others to Mr Edward Johnson.
FENN, Gilbert1662UMS/G.STA/093Articles of agreement: Mr Gilbert Fenn of Gt Staughton to pay Mr William Dyer of Eaton Socon to convey to him a farm in Hail Weston, Hunts, part of said lands etc. are copyhold, Mr Fenn to be admitted without fine. Signatures and seal.
FENN, Julian1612UMS/NON-H/101The will of Julian Fenn of Chertsey, Co. Surrey, widow, dated 15th June 1612 with memorandum dated 13th April 1613.
FENSTANTON-UMS/FENSTSEE UMS/CATWO/87, which includes property in Fenstanton;
FENSTANTON1716UMS/FENST/08Copy of court roll, fragment only, illegible.
FERNIE, T.P.No dateUMS/ADMIN/19Notes, extracts from charters and rolls from 12th or 13th century to the reign of Henry VIII. They seem to relate mostly to Hunts, much Latin, some English. Enclosed note: "The contents of this file are part of Dr T.P. Fernie's MSS".
FERNIE, Andrew1843UMS/KIMBN/072Manor of Kimbolton: admission of Andrew Fernie to two allotments of land.
FERNIE, Thomas1874UMS/KIMBN/062Probate of the will of Thomas Fernie of Kimbolton.
FERNIE, Thomas Peter1874UMS/KIMBN/214Abstract of title, premises at Kimbolton. Abstract begins July 6 1803, Charles Welstead William Rithray and Arthur Fernie of Kimbolton, surgeon; John Fernie and Mr Ladds were executors in trust of the will of Thomas Peter Fernie.
FERRAR, Hugh1772UMS/SPALD/023Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a messuage and lands, Hugh Ferrar to William Pendred.
FEVER, Sarah1820UMS/STO.L/08Abstract of the title of Sarah the wife of William Fever to premises held of the Manor of Stow.
FEVER, William1820UMS/STO.L/08Abstarct of the title of Sarah, the wife of William fever, to premises held of the Manor of Stow.
FIELD, James1703UMS/S.NEO/625Indenture, dated 9 December 1703, refers to capital messuage and land etc. in the Parish of St Neots. Signatures and seals of James and Sarah Field (Feild) and refs to James Lowe, Edward Smith and Sarah Walker.
FIELD, James1735UMS/EYNES/023Conditional surrender, manor of Eynesbury Rectory, James Field to Henry Trotter of property in Eynesbury.
FIELD, James1759UMS/EYNES/171At the court of the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury, a conditional surrender from James Field to Rev Henry Trotter for £220.
FIELD, James1762(i)UMS/EYNES/006Surrender, Manor of Eynesbury Rectory, by James Field of Eynesbury, gent., to the use of John Rowlett of Geddington Co. Northants., of two tenements in Eynesbury.
FIELD, James1762(ii)UMS/EYNES/021Conditional surrender, manor of Rectory of Eynesbury, James Field to the Rev. Henry Trotter of Cambs., clerk, of premises and land in Eynesbury.
FIELD, Sarah1707UMS/S.NEO/113Marriage Settlement made on the marriage to be had between Sarah Field of St Neots and John Hooper of the same, clerk: between Sarah Field, Edward Turner of Eynesbury, clerk, Stephen Bainton of St Neots, gent., and John Hooper, of a capital messuage near the Priory.
FILBRIGG, Francis1704UMS/SPALD/049Release, Francis Filbrigg to William Leese.
FILBRIGGE, John1702UMS/SPALD/062Lease for a year and release by John Filbrigge of Westminster and late of Huntingdon, gent., and Anne his wife, Elizabeth Sager of Huntingdon, widow, and Phillip Castell of Little St Bartholomew's, London, clerk, to Samuel Pont of Cambridge, chirurgeon, of a cottage in Spaldwick with appts and lands in Easton co. Hunts., 6th December 1702.
FILLBRIGGE, Richard1691UMS/SPALD/066Agreement between Richard Fillbrigge of Spaldwick and John Leet of Midloe, Hunts., re property in Spaldwick.
FILMER, Bev1759UMS/SWINS/46Opinion of Bev: Filmer relating to the title of the late Stephen Pheasant's estate at Swineshead.
FINCH, Elizabeth1810UMS/S.NEO/115Release of an estate in St Neots: Elizabeth Finch of Cambridge, widow, Charlotte Fawcett of Aldenham, Herts., widow, and John Purchase of Cambridge, esq., to Thomas Browning of Great Wilbraham, Cambs.
FINCH, John1734UMS/BROUG/26Surrender (copy) by John Finch, clerk; Robert Hodson, clerk; John Cox, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, to Robert Pigott of Chesterton Co. Hunts., esq., of divers copyhold lands, tenements and hereditaments held of the manor of Broughton, with provisor in £1600.
FINCH, William1796UMS/SOUTH/11Abstract of Mr Finch's Title to Estate in Huntingdonshire, dated 15 December 1796. Earliest reference, 1718. Property includes Manor House, Southoe.
FINDIN, John1671UMS/KEYST/02Mortgage by John Findin of Denford Co. Northants., butcher, to Thomas Haxall of Keyston, shepherd, of a close of pasture in Keyston.
FISHER, Edward1735UMS/LANDS/30Final agreement at Westminster, 9 George II, text in Latin, some land at Inkpen, Beds. - Huntingdonshire connection?
FISHER, John1837-38UMS/S.IVE/168Collection of letters addressed to John Fisher Esq. of St Ives, solicitor. Legal matters, e.g. recovery of clients' goods; some concern a consignment of wine.
FISHER, Joseph1796UMS/S.NEO/351Notice to Joseph Fisher that a rate has been made on the Eaton Socon Inclosure and his share is £2.12.3.
FITCH, Adam1857UMS/NON-H/031Manor of Waterbeach, Cambs: admission of Rev Adam Fitch and Mr W. Pate on surrender of Thomas Froment.
FITZWILLIAM, Earl of1825UMS/CATWO/78Deed of Covenant. Right Hon the Earl Fitzwilliam to Mr Wm. Ladds. Dated 13 September 1825.
FLANDERS, French1738UMS/S.NEO/163Mortgage Bond: French Flanders to John Hobbs of Potton in £100.
FLANDERS, Phillipp1662UMS/S.NEO/173Bargain and Sale of a messuage in St Neots, with covenant to levy a fine: Phillipp Flanders of St Neots, fellmonger, and Susan his wife, to John Bell, of Eynesbury, singleman.
FLANDERS, Thomas1837UMS/KIMBN/058Conveyance of parish property in Kimbolton: the Guardians of the St Neots Union to Thomas Flanders.
FLANDERS, William1822UMS/S.NEO/360Receipted bill for work done for the late Mr Rudd by William Flanders.
FLANGER, Joseph1740UMS/BURY/01Surrender by Joseph Flanger of his copyhold estate held of the manor of Bury with Hepmangrove, to the use of his last will and testament.
FLEETWOOD (?)1682-3UMS/KIMBN/208Final agreement concerning cottage and pasture at Wornditch, Kimbolton; Latin text.
FLEETWOOD, Bishop1745UMS/NON-H/106Lists of many coins, from the 13th century, followed by notes of the price of corn and other commodities "for 600 years past"; taken from Bishop Fleetwood's book of 1745 ("Chronicon Preciosum"). No reference to Huntingdonshire.
FLETCHER, Thomas1647UMS/UPWOD/002Recovery (paper copy) of property in Upwood and Great Raveley: Thomas Fletcher against Richard Walker.
FLETTON, Parish of1788-89UMS/FLETN/01Extract from the registers of the parish of Fletton: marriages, births and burials Lady Day 1788 to Lady Day 1789.
FLEXTON, Mary1750UMS/BUCKD/049Bond whereby Mary Flexton of Bugden, widow, acknowledges herself bound to Robert Green of Bugden, gardener, in £200, on condition of the surrender of 17 acres of land in Buckden, to the use of the said Robert Green.
FLINDERS, John1788UMS/WARES/01Probate of the will of John Flinders of Waresley, farmer.
FLINDERS, John1789 (i)UMS/GT.GR/039Manor of Mannock: admission of John Flinders to property on the death of his father John Flinders.
FLINDERS, John1789 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/040Manor of Mannock: admission of John Flinders and John Spring to premises in Gt Gransden under the will of Charles Kettle.
FLINDERS, John1825UMS/GT.GR/059Probate of the will of John Flinders of Gt Gransden.
FLINDERS, Thomas1806UMS/GT.GR/065Probate of the will of Thomas Flinders of Gt Gransden.
FLINDERS, William1843UMS/GT.GR/087Abstract of title of William Flinders to divers freehold lands in Gt Gransden.
FLINDERS, William1851UMS/GT.GR/082Abstract of title of William Flinders to divers freehold lands in Gt Gransden.
FLOWERS, Thomas1817UMS/ADMIN/41yProbate of the will of Thomas Flowers, late of Ramsey, butcher, probate granted to his widow Mary Flowers.
FONNEREAU, Charles William1806UMS/CATWO/24Release, Charles William Fonnereau, late of Hargrave Co. Northants., clerk, to Charles Welstead of Leightonstone Co. Essex, Esq., of a manor and farm in Gt Catworth.
FONNEREAU, Claudius1728UMS/CATWO/14Marriage articles (attested copy) between Claudius Fonnereau of Clapton Co. Northants., clerk, and Anne Bunbury of Catworth Co. Hunts., spinster.
FOOT, William1799UMS/HEM.A/07Feoffment of a messuage and land in Hemingford Abbots: William Foot of Godmanchester, carpenter, to John Dexter of Godmanchester, butcher.
FORANGUE, MissNo dateUMS/TOPOG/29Topographical notes, extracts from Domesday etc., some Hunts villages named, also Bedfordshire entry.
FOREST, Robert1572UMS/STILT/17Conveyance by Robert Forest of Morborne, Esq., to Richard Curteis, of Clarkes House and premises in Stilton.
FOREST, Sir Anthony1613UMS/MORBO/02Obligation of Sir Anthony Forest of Morbone to pay monies to Nicholas Hooker (of London?). Signature of Sir Anthony Forest.
FORESTE, Robert1572UMS/STILT/15Conveyance in security for £300 by Robert Foreste of Morborne, Esq., to Richard Curteis of Stilton, husbandman, of Clarkes House and other premises in Stilton.
FORREST, Robert1573UMS/STILT/14Release by Robert Forrest of Morborne, Esq., to John Curteis, son and heir of Richard Curteis of Stilton, husbandman, of premises in Stilton.
FORSTER, John1714-1727UMS/LANDS/21Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, probably tempo George I. (Latin text). Names John Forster, gent. and Elizabeth (and others), property in Ellington.
FORSTER, Luke1675UMS/S.NEO/255Conveyance: Luke Forster of London to Thomas Maddey of St Neots of a house in St Neots.
FORTESCUE, James1810UMS/O.WES/48Land Survey (terrier): measurement of land in the open fields of Old Weston, bought of Mr James Fortescue of Old Weston by Mr Wilson.
FORTREY, James1731UMS/NON-H/086Bond dated 30th August 1731: James Fortrey junior of Byall Fen in the Isle of Ely, gent, bound to Martyn Weigall of St Martins in the Fields, staymaker.
FORTREY, Samuel1649UMS/HOLYW/23Deed by Samuel Fortrey of Kew and Theodora his wife to Peter Vandeputt and Giles Vandeputt of London, merchants, of premises in Holywell and Needingworth for 99 years in trust for the said Samuel Fortrie to lead to the uses of a fine.
FORTREY, Samuel1678UMS/HOLYW/20Mortgage by Samuel Fortrey of the Tower of London, Esq. and Theodora his wife and Samuel Fortrey his son, to Trevor Fortrey of London, spinster, of Moynes Hall in Holywell.
FORTREY, Theodora1691UMS/HOLYW/28Indenture between Theodora Fortrey, widow of Samuel Fortrey, and William Fortrey of the first part; the Rev Thomas Tenison DD, rector of St Martins in the Fields of the second part; and George Stanlake of the Inner Temple of the third part; for a better assuring of the title to a farm called Moynes Hall in Holywell, with a covenant.
FORTREY, Trevor1684UMS/HOLYW/26Receipt by Trevor Fortrey at the hands of Samuel Fortrey the younger, for £550 received from the Hon. Frances Conyston and Sir Henry St George.
FOSEY, ThomasNo dateUMS/CATWO/50Terrier of Mr Thomas Fosey's land in Gt Catworth. Lord Carysfort's land mentioned as a boundary.
FOSSEY, Joseph1777UMS/KIMBN/054Copy of the will of Joseph Fossey of Kimbolton.
FOSSEY, Joseph1836UMS/KIMBN/052Abstract of the will of Joseph Fossey of Kimbolton.
FOSTER1821UMS/HUNTN/134Indenture: sale or lease of a capital messuage in High Street, Huntingdon, in the occupation of Robert Godby, 14 February 1821.
FOSTER, Elmes1766UMS/O.WES/27Lease for a year and release of two pightles of inclosed ground in Old Weston: Elmes Foster of St Dunstan's Middlesex to Hon. Aubrey Beauclerk of St Mary Le Bone.
FOSTER, John1821 (i)UMS/HUNTN/132Conveyance: John Foster Esq. to David Veasey Esq. Estate in the town of Huntingdon. David Veasey paid £3,150 for the Estate "late Godby's"
FOSTER, John1821 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/141Letter to H. Sweeting Esq. Huntingdon from John Foster, Biggleswade. Concerning possible sale of property in the High Street (probably Huntingdon).
FOTHERGILL, Gerald1571UMS/OHRST/01Abstracts of Exchequer depositions made by Gerald Fothergill, dated Easter 24 Elizabeth 13, concerning the manor of Oldhurst.
FOUNEREAU, William1790UMS/MOLES/03Lease and release of premises in Molesworth: Rev William Founereau of Clapton, Northants, to Philip Hustwait of Molesworth.
FOURDRINIER1809UMS/S.NEO/430Extracts from the assignment made by Fourdrinier, Towgood & Fourdrinier, and John Gamble, of the lease of St Neots Mill to Messrs Langston Towgood & Co.
FOURDRINIER, Henry1809UMS/S.NEO/270Conveyance: Henry Fourdrinier and others to Matthew Towgood of messuages, mills, land and premises in St Neots.
FOWLER, B.1810UMS/PIDLY/11Lease: Dr B. Fowler Esq. to Mr Edward Holder for one year.
FOWLER, D.B.1802UMS/PIDLY/68Release: D.B. Fowler Esq to Mr Robert Johnson.
FOWLER, George1806UMS/HUNTN/036Deed of covenant for the production of title deeds as to the Dolphin Inn, Huntingdon, between George Fowler of St Neots and William Herbert of Huntingdon, gent.
FOWLER, Henry1729UMS/SPALD/075Will of Henry Fowler of Spaldwick.
FOWLER, Thomas F.1875UMS/S.NEO/239Declaration by Thomas F. Fowler as to the title of the trustees of his father's marriage settlement to a messuage and premises in St Neots.
FOWLER, William1757UMS/SPALD/060Bond of performance, William Fowler of Spaldwick to John Cannon of Stoneley, in the sum of £60, 18th April 1757.
FOWLER, William1779 (i)UMS/S.NEO/056Copy of admission of William Fowler on the surrender of Thomas Pain to land in the Manor of St Neots.
FOWLER, William1779 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/117Fine of 30 acres of land and common pasture in St Neots: William Fowler, plaintiff, and Thomas Paine and Lydia his wife, deforciants.
FOWLER, William1788UMS/S.NEO/164Bond: William Fowler of St Neots, brewer, to William Norman of Hawnes, Co. Beds., in £1400, to perform certain covenants.
FOWLER, William1793UMS/SPALD/058Abstract of mortgage between William Fowler of St Neots, maltster and common brewer, and Charles Banks of Hail Weston, brickmaker, in consideration of £600 to Fowler paid by Banks, various properties in Spaldwick. 10th May 1793.
FOWLER, William1799UMS/S.NEO/561Certificate: Redemption of Land Tax. William Fowler of St Neots, brewer, tax redeemed on various properties, including several inns at St Neots, Buckden etc. Names of occupiers given.
FOWLER, William1800UMS/S.NEO/084Release, assignment and covenant to surrender: William Fowler the elder, maltster, William Fowler the younger, maltster, both of St Neots, and George Fowler of Cambridge; to John Mortlock of Cambridge and Dr Samuel Allway of St Neots; of several messuages, lands and tenaments in St Neots, used as a brewery, coal-dealers, etc.
FOX-UMS/HAMERSee UMS/GENEA/47, family tree of FOX of Hamerton.
FOX--UMS/HARTFSee UMS/GENEA/47, family tree of FOX of Hamerton and HOPKINS, inc. John Daniel Hopkins, vicar of Hartford 1828-57.
FOX, H.E.No dateUMS/NON-H/095Catalogue of a collection of minerals, with names of counties which probably refer to the location of the finds. No identification re provenance, but "H.E.Fox" clearly written against entries numbered 40-41.
FOX, Henry1685 (i)UMS/S.NEO/180Mortgage by Henry Fox of St Neots to Daniel Mills of London on property in St Neots.
FOX, Henry1685 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/190Bond from Henry Fox of St Neots, blacksmith, to Daniel Mills of London, D.D.
FOX, Henry1686 (i)UMS/S.NEO/191A further mortgage made by Henry Fox to Daniel Mills on property in St Neots.
FOX, Henry1686 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/212Bond for performance of covenant: Henry Fox to Daniel Mills.
FOX, Henry1690 (i)UMS/S.NEO/175Mortgage by Henry Fox of St Neots to Samuel Ainsworth of Wyton, on his property for £100, until a new mortgage can be drawn up.
FOX, Henry1690 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/182Lease for a year of property in St Neots: Henry Fox of St Neots, blacksmith, to Samuel Ainsworth of Witton, clerk.
FOX, Henry1690 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/183Release of a messuage and premises in St Neots: Henry Fox of St Neots to Samuel Ainsworth of Wyton, clerk.
FOX, Henry1690 (iv)UMS/S.NEO/187Bond: Henry Fox to Samuel Ainsworth of Witton for performance of covenant.
FOX, Henry1692UMS/S.NEO/188Bond: Henry Fox to Thomas Atwood for performance of covenant
FOX, Henry1694UMS/S.NEO/159Lease for a year of a messuage or dwelling house in Market Street, St Neots: Henry Fox of St Neots, ironmonger, to Thomas Atwood of the same.
FOX, John1747UMS/SWINS/15Manor of Swineshead: Admission of John Fox under the will of Thomas Fox his father.
FOX, John1797UMS/CATWO/32Absolute surrender, Mr John Fox of Dean Co. Beds., gent., to William Ladds of Spaldwick Co. Hunts., of a close in Little Catworth.
FOX, John C.1935UMS/ALCON/17Notes on "The Dead Drummer" (Ingoldsby Legends).
FOX, Thomas1798UMS/TILBR/24Abstract of title: Thomas Fox to an estate at Tilbrook.
FOX, Thomas1814UMS/GODMC/077Bond: Thomas Fox of Godmanchester to James Squire of St Neots for £100, security on tolls of the Biggleswade Alconbury-Hill turnpike road.
FOX, William1780UMS/GODMC/078Will (copy) of William Fox of Godmanchester.
FOX/TOMLINSON1804UMS/COVIN/09Extracts from the Covington Inclosure Award as to estates purchased from Thomas Fox and Nevile Tomlinson.
FRANCIS, William1632UMS/ABBTY/13Copy of Court Roll. Presentment of the death of William Francis who before he died surrendered a part of a messuage called Neves next to Lotts Lane, to Elizabeth his wife and after her death to their daughter Elizabeth Francis.
FRANKLIN, John1865-97UMS/S.NEO/653Three documents fixed to a folded sheet: 1) land tax receipt to the late John Franklin, 1865; 2) note to Mr Wright from a St Neots address, 1887, concerning commission on Irish cheques; 3) printed notice re the 1897 jubilee, a meeting of the parishioners of Eynesbury.
FRANKLIN, Richard1809 (i)UMS/S.NEO/061Attested copy of lease for a year of a dwelling house in St Neots: Richard Franklyn of St Neots to William Scarbrow of St Neots.
FRANKLIN, Richard1809 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/237Abstract of title: Richard Franklin to freehold premises in St Neots.
FRANKLIN, Richard1809 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/649Text of Appointment and Release of Premises at St Neots, Mr Richard Franklin to Mr William Scarbrow, dated 6 July 1809 (copy, Day, St Neots).
FRAUNCYS, Walter1602UMS/ABBTY/14Copy of Court Roll. View of frankpledge with the court of the Master and Warden of Balliol College Oxford and Fellows of the same, lords of the manor of Abbotsley. Admission of Walter Frauncys, son and heir of William Frauncys, to premises in Abbotsley on the death of his father.
FREEMAN1856UMS/KIMBN/175Freeman Estate: Terrier of Wornditch Farm, Parish of Kimbolton. Field names, areas, description. Separate plan and note dated 28 May 1859. In parchment cover: book post to solicitors in Kimbolton. Postmark St. Neots, stamp removed.
FREEMAN, John1731UMS/SPALD/086Admission of John Freeman to property in Spaldwick on the death of Thomas Freeman.
FREEMAN, John1742UMS/STO.L/20Bond of performance: John Freeman of Upton to John Nicholson of Long Stow concerning 15 acres of land in Long Stow.
FREEMAN, John1742xUMS/STO.L/20Bond on performance. John Freeman of Upton to John Nicholson of Long Stow concerning 15 acres of land in Long Stow.
FREEMAN, John1763UMS/STO.L/18Surrender by John Freeman to John Nicholson, yeoman, of land lying in the common fields of Long Stow.
FREEMAN, John1763xUMS/STO.L/18Surrender by John Freeman to John Nicholson, yeoman, of land lying in the common fields of Long Stow.
FREEMAN, Robert1783UMS/RAMSY/029Lease for a year by Robert Freeman of Kings Lynn, merchant, to James Smyth of Ramsey, surgeon and apothecary, and Elizabeth his wife, of Bury Fen and other premises in Ramsey.
FREEMAN, Susan1817UMS/S.NEO/324Order for the transfer of the bastard child of Susan Freeman from St Neots to Bennington, Oxon.
FREEMAN, Thomasc.1545UMS/GODMC/126Testamentary Enquiry, Commissary of bishop of Lincoln, John Bellie. Concerning the will of Thomas Freeman of Godmanchester (will dated 1545). Latin text, ref. to will in English.
FREEMAN, William1699UMS/HEM.G/054Attestation by the overseers of St Ives that William Freeman was legally settled in St Ives, being born there and not in Hemingford Grey.
FRESHWATER, John1883-4UMS/S.NEO/517Mr John Freshwater's subscription envelope for members of the Old Meeting House, St. Neots
FRESHWATER, Mary1768UMS/S.NEO/193Bond: Mary Freshwater of Eaton Ford to Robert Vickery of St Neots, for payment of £30.
FROMANT, Mary1827UMS/NON-H/005Deed concerning property in Petty Cury, Cambridge (cf 1817 document, UMS/NON-H/002, Benet College to Mr Thomas Newling) . This deed, Mrs Mary Fromant to Mr William Asplen.
FROST, William1463UMS/STILT/50Friday next after the Feast of All Saints, release by William Frost of Stilton to John Dobyn of Stilton of two burgages or houses in Holm.
FROST, William1463 (i)UMS/HOLME/06Release by William Frost of Stilton to John Dobyn of the same place, of two virgates in Holme.
FROST, William1463 (ii)UMS/HOLME/09Release by William Frost of Stilton to John Dobyn of Stilton of two cottages in Holme the Friday next after the feast of All Saints.
FRY, William1800UMS/S.IVE/111aSurrender to John Paul the younger of "property heretofore called the Bull Inn, now . . . a draper's shop". William Fry of London, tea dealer, and John Perkins of St Ives, banker, assignee of the estate of Wm. Salisbury Gell, late of St Ives, shopkeeper, a bankrupt. Dated November 1800.
FRYER, John1720UMS/HILTN/08Articles of agreement between John Fryer of Knapwell, Co. Camb., yeoman, and William Ward of Houghton, Co. Northants., re premises in Hilton.
FRYER, Thomas1732UMS/HILTN/03Probate of the will of Thomas Fryer of Hilton.
FRYES, John1814UMS/S.NEO/024Abstract of title: John Fryes to freehold messuage in St Neots.
FULLARD, Edward1777UMS/ADMIN/41fProbate of the will of Edward Fullard, late of Woodhust, yeoman, administration granted to John Fullard his son.
FULLER, John1806UMS/GT.GR/023Feoffment of lands in Gt Gransden: John Fuller of Little Gransden and Mary his wife, to Joseph Whitehead of Gt Gransden and trustees.
FULLERTON, Sir James1626UMS/ELTON/04Grant in Fee by Sir James Fullerton, knight, and James Maxwell Esq., to Anthony Kingston of Elton, yeoman, of a tenement in Elton with appurtenances at a yearly rental of 31/4. Quotes letters patent dated 10 July 10 James I whereby the manor of Elton was granted to the vendors.
FULLWOOD, William1732UMS/HUNTN/085Lease by William Fullwood of Huntingdon, Doctor of Physic, to Joseph Weedon of a dwelling house and premises in Huntingdon for the time he is a schoolmaster of the Free Grammer School there, to which he has been appointed with a salary of £20.
GADSBY, Elizabeth1795UMS/CATWO/81Late husband's last Will.
GADSBY, Samuel1795UMS/CATWO/80Last will and testament of Samuel Gadsby of Great Catworth, cordwainer. Dated 1 June 1795, proved 24 May 1796. Wife Elizabeth inherited Public House called the Wagon and Horses and other real estate.
GALE, Charles1842UMS/BROUG/29Admission of Charles Gale son of the late William Gale both of Broughton, to land lying within Huntingdon Heath in the manor of Broughton.
GALE, Michael1736UMS/SOUTH/04Copy of the will of Michael Gale of Southoe, labourer.
GALE, Philip1825UMS/BRING/04Abstract of the title of Mr Philip Gale to premises in Brington in Co. Hunts., sold to Mr William Norman.
GAMBLE, Hanna1691UMS/RAMSY/114Indenture placing and binding Hanna Gamble apprentice to Thomas Browne of Ramsey.
GAMBLE, John1804UMS/S.NEO/428Extracts from articles of agreement between John Gamble and Henry Sealey Fourdrinier.
GAMBLE, John1804-09UMS/S.NEO/427Extracts from articles of co-partnership between H.F., S.F. and J. Gamble, and from the deed of assignment of St Neots Mill by the Gambles to Mr Towgood, and from articles of co-partnership between J. Gamble and Mr Towgood.
GAMBLE, John1809UMS/S.NEO/433Debits to Mr John Gamble by St Neots Paper Mills.
GAMBLE, John1810 (i)UMS/S.NEO/451Letters from John Gamble to Matthew Towgood concerning the business of the St Neots Paper Mills.
GAMBLE, John1810 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/452Letter from John Gamble to Matthew Towgood jnr re supplies and banks of the Ouse.
GAMBLE, John1811 (i)UMS/S.NEO/454Letters from John Gamble to M. Towgood re the conduct of the ordinary business of the paper mills.
GAMBLE, John1811 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/459Letters from Gamble to Towgood, and from Gamble and Towgood to Fourdrinier, re terms of dissolution of partnership.
GAMBLE, John1811 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/462Financial statements showing John Gamble's cash position.
GAMBLE, John1812UMS/S.NEO/278Particulars relating to the examination of John Gamble in bankruptcy.
GARDNERNo dateUMS/S.IVE/076Pages from a day book of Mr Gardner, printer, of St Ives.
GARDNER, John1776UMS/RAMSY/007Lease for a year by John Gardner of Chatteris and Sarah his wife to John Sergeant of Ramsey, cordwainer, of fen called Stocking Fen Lot, and other premises in Ramsey.
GARNER, John1846UMS/HAILW/28Title of Mr John Garner, homestead and 7 acres copyhold. Extracts start in 1768: Mary Beazley, deceased, to brother James Banks, several pages trace the title to John Garner in 1846.
GARNER, Michael1791UMS/GODMC/048Release: Michael Garner of Huntingdon to James Samworth of Godmanchester, of property in Godmanchester.
GARNER, Robert1805UMS/KIMBN/132Mortgage bond: Robert Garner of Tempsford to John Barker of Kimbolton.
GARNER, Robert1827UMS/PAXTN/56Abstract of deeds relating to freehold and copyhold estates in Great Paxton. Starts 1805, some refs. 1778. Property also at Southoe and Toseland. Names Robert Garner of Tempsford, Beds, John Barker of New Town, Kimbolton, and others.
GARNER/ELLINGTON1791UMS/BURY/09Indenture. Lease for one year of marshland at Bury. Mr M.Garner and others to Mr Ellington Wright.
GARROOD, J.R.No date (i)UMS/HUNTS/41Notes and diagrams describing finds, particularly at Godmanchester.
GARROOD, J.R.No date (ii)UMS/HUNTS/42Historical notes, apparently extracts from printed sources e.g. Domesday Book; in the handwriting of J.R. Garrood.
GARTH1813UMS/G.STA/094Estate valuation: copyhold of the Manor of Gains in Highway, Dillington and Perry. Some of this claimed to be freehold by Sir John Duberly. Dated 13 September 1813, Conningsby nr Horncastle, (by Mr Burcham), addressed to Rd. Lowndes Es. Red Lion Sq. Holborn London.
GARTON, William1820UMS/EYNES/202Apprentice Indenture relating to Wm Garton, younger son of Wm Garton, yeoman, of Eaton Socon, Beds., to Charles Clark of Eynesbury, bricklayer.
GATES, John 1772UMS/EASTN/16Will of John Gates, dated 30 March 1772, proved Oct 19 1782.
GATES, John1764UMS/S.IVE/035Probate of the will and codicil annexed of John Gates of St Ives, grocer.
GAUNT, William1826UMS/MOLES/15Abstract of the title of William Gaunt and Rebecca his wife to premises in Molesworth, sold to John Lucas.
GAULE, John1657UMS/G.STA/064Admission of John Gaule of Gt Staughton, clerk, to a close of pasture on the surrender of John Favell.
GELL1796UMS/S.IVE/099Conveyance to Mr Gell. Payment of £500, absolute purchase of The Bull, a draper's shop etc., part copyhold, part freehold.
GELL, John1726UMS/SWINS/53Deed of gift from John Gell of Swineshead to John Gell of the same, his son, of 10 acres of land in Swineshead.
GELL, John1771UMS/SWINS/56Lease and Release of lands in Swineshead: John Gell of Swineshead, farmer, to Ann Bettles of Over Dean, Beds., widow.
GELL, William Salisbury1798UMS/S.IVE/100Manorial admission: Mr William Salisbury Gell to the property in Bridge Street, on the surrender of Ephraim White.
GEORGE INN ESTATE1841UMS/KIMBN/023Conditions of sale and agreement for the George Inn estate, Kimbolton.
GIBSON, Hugh1557UMS/PAXTN/20Charter by Hugh Gibson, clerk, late rector of the parish church of Eynesbury, granting to Johne Sere of Eyworth Co. Beds. a tenement and lands in the fields and parish of Lt Paxton; appointment of William Wye by the said Hugh Gibson as his attorney to deliver seisin etc.
GIDDINS, Sarah1872UMS/HEM.A/25Probate, dated 21 Nov. 1872, will of 1864 (codicil 1872) of Sarah Giddins, late of Hemingford Abbots, widow, deceased. Solicitor: Margetts, Huntingdon. Names daughter Sophia, son Alfred, Catherine Giddens, widow, late son James Giddens. Dwelling house, orchard etc. in Hemingford Abbots.
GIFFORD, Ellington1730UMS/WARBO/11Manor of Warboys: admission of Ellington Gifford to 8½ acres of land.
GILBERT, Alfred William1878UMS/S.NEO/342Licence to Alfred William Gilbert of St Neots to sell tobacco and transfer to William Lovitt.
GILBERT, Edward1801UMS/ABBTY/18Admission of Edward Gilbert of Abbotsley to property in Abbotsley on the surrender of Joseph Medlock of Beeston.
GILKES, Thomas1892UMS/HUNTN/022Probate of the will of Thomas Gilkes of Huntingdon.
GILL, Humphrey1619UMS/FOLKS/09Fine between Humphrey Gill, plaintiff, and Lambert Gill and Joan his wife, deforciants, of premises in Folksworth.
GILL, Humphrey1621UMS/FOLKS/22(Two). Lease for 30 years: Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, to Clement Bennington of the same, labourer, of lands in Folksworth.
GILL, Humphrey1625UMS/FOLKS/03(Two). Lease for 21 years, Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, to Richard Warwick of Yaxley, yeoman, of a close of pasture and other premises in Folksworth.
GILL, Humphrey1628UMS/FOLKS/26Mortgage by Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, to Perse Beck of Cambridge, gent., of premises in Folksworth.
GILL, Humphrey1630UMS/FOLKS/02Bond whereby Humphrey Gill acknowledges himself bound to John Newton of Sawtry, clerk, and Mary his wife, in £500 to perform certain covenants.
GILL, Humphrey1631 (i)UMS/FOLKS/23Conveyance by Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, to John Newton of Sawtry St Andrew, clerk, and Mary his wife, of messuages etc. in Folksworth, which the said Humphrey had purchased of Lord Willoughby and Edward Montagu, and other lands which he had purchased of Lambert his brother.
GILL, Humphrey1631 (ii)UMS/FOLKS/24Licence by Charles I to Humphrey Gill to alienate to John Newton, clerk, and Mary his wife, premises in Folksworth.
GILL, John1764UMS/SWINS/14Manor of Swineshead: Admission of John Gill to a tenement and close on the death of his father John Gill.
GILL, John1793UMS/SWINS/22Probate of the will of John Gill of Swineshead, yeoman.
GILL, Lambert1615UMS/FOLKS/25Conveyance by Lambert Gill of Sawtry, yeoman, to Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, husbandman, brother of the said Lambert, of premises in Folksworth.
GILL, Lambert1619UMS/FOLKS/17Licence of alienation by King James I to Lambert Gill and Joan his wife, to alienate premises in Folksworth to Humphrey Gill.
GILL, Lambert1623UMS/FOLKS/11Lease for 80 years by Lambert Gill of Sawtry, yeoman, to Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, his brother, of a farm and premises in Folksworth in the tenure of the said Humphrey.
GILLAM, John1804UMS/G.STA/003Abstract of Title: John Gillam to premises in Great Staughton.
GILLAM, William1817UMS/EYNES/208Apprentice Indenture: William Gillam, son of Titus Gillam of Eynesbury, to James Rich of St. Neots, bricklayer.
GILLMAN, Sybeller1834 (i)UMS/BUCKD/022Admission (Manor of Buckden with the Members) of Sybeller Gillman, widow, late Sybeller Moon, spinster, to land and cottages in Buckden, under the will of William Usher.
GILLMAN, Sybeller1834 (ii)UMS/BUCKD/023Admission of Sybeller Gillman, widow, late Sybeller Moon, spinster, to property in Buckden under the will of William Usher.
GLASFORD, William1758UMS/UPWOD/110Letter of congratulation from William Glasford to Mrs Bickerton, 25th August 1758.
GLATTON AND HOLME, Manor of1577UMS/GLATT/03Manor of Glatton and Holme: presentment of suitors to the Queen's court leet at Glatton; list of copyholders and cottagers of Holme; four pleas of debts.
GLATTON AND HOLME, Manor of1613 (i)UMS/GLATT/17Depositions of various people examined to give evidence at the court of Glatton and Holme concerning such matters as should be asked by the jury; questions as to the tenure of houses in Glatton.
GLATTON AND HOLME, Manor of1613 (ii)UMS/GLATT/18Court roll of the manor of Glatton and Holme of Sir Robert Cotton.
GLATTON, Inhabitants of1739UMS/GLATT/06Agreement between the inhabitants of Glatton, relating to the grazing and stocking of the common field of Glatton.
GLOVER, John1633UMS/W.NEW/20Copy of fine between John Glover and Simon Whitbrook.
GLOVER, John1634UMS/W.NEW/14Lease by John Glover to Anne and Thomas Withins of property in Water Newton.
GLOVER, Matthew1783 (i)UMS/CATWO/43Conveyance (copy), Matthew Glover of Gt Catworth, gent., to Rebecca Hensman of Kimbolton, widow, of a cottage and land in Gt Catworth.
GLOVER, Matthew1783 (ii)UMS/CATWO/44Lease for a year (copy), Matthew Glover of Gt Catworth to Rebecca Hensman of the same, of a cottage and buildings in Gt Catworth.
GODBY1750 (i)UMS/HUNTN/120Lease, property in Huntingdon.
GODBY1750 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/121Mortgage agreement Messrs. Godby and Simpson.
GODBY1779UMS/HUNTN/155Mortgage assignment, dated 1 November 1779, refers to same property as UMS/HUNTN/153 of August 1767.
GODBY1807UMS/HUNTN/122Judgement at Westminster (Pleas of Land). Recovery of land in Huntingdonshire of the Godby family, 48 Geo III.
GODBY1820UMS/HUNTN/123Conveyance of an Estate in the town of Huntingdon: Mr Godby and others to Mr John Foster.
GODBY1823UMS/HUNTN/125Complaint of Mr Alderman Godby: the house in which he resides is untenable due to rain pouring in in every part since June last. Dated 1 October 1823.
GODBY, Robert1759UMS/HUNTN/169Letter, re marriage bond. From Robert Godby, senior and junior, to Joseph James and Bateman Robson, for securing payment of £100 with interest…..(part of £200). Ref. to articles of marriage of John Matthews with Mary his now wife, late Mary Drage, widow. Signature of Bateman Robson. Dated 17 March 1759.
GODBY, Robert1767UMS/HUNTN/153Indenture: between John Slater of Oundle, carpenter, his wife Elizabeth and Alice Stratton of Stukely….and Robert Godby of Huntingdon, gent. with William Farmerie….in trust for Mr Godby. Two signatures and seals.
GODBY, Robert1786UMS/HUNTN/158Lease of property in Huntingdon. Robert Godby, junior, probably son of Robert (owner of the property), John Godby of Greenwich Hospital, Charles Godby, gent. of the General Post Office.
GODBY, Robert1790UMS/HUNTN/131The Will of Robert Godby (Alderman of Huntingdon, Steward to the Earl of Sandwich)
GODBY, Robert1808 (i)UMS/HUNTN/156Lease by Robert Godby Esq. to Mr Thomas Ince, dated 6 May 1808 (note: this property had previously been occupied by Charles Darlow}. Several Darlow deeds follow this small 'GODBY' collection.
GODBY, Robert1808 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/157Indenture, dated 7 May 1808. Signatures of Robert and Henry Godby and of Thomas Ince, with seals.
GODBY, Robert1809UMS/HUNTN/159Annuity of two pounds two shillings per annum granted by Mr Robert Godby to his son Mr Henry Godby, dated 4 March 1809. This modest sum granted "in consideration of Robert Godby's natural love and affection for his son " was charged to property which was vested in the name of David Veasey Esq……acknowledgement of June 1836 signed by H. Godby is attached.
GODBY, Robert1810UMS/BRAMP/10Copy of the will of Robert Godby of Huntingdon: mention of an estate at Brampton and St Mary's and St Benedict's, Huntingdon, and lands in Cambridge.
GODBY, Sarah1786UMS/HUNTN/154Marriage Settlement concerning the sum of money etc. re. proposed marriage between Sarah Godby of Huntingdon and Doctor Thomas Karr. Six signatures and seals, dated 6 November 1786.
GODDARD, John1784UMS/ELTON/09Lease for a year. John Goddard of Ely Esq. and John Mayer of Wisbech St Peters, Isle of Ely, gent., to William Zackary of Mary-le-bow Midddx. and John Zackary of the same, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Elton
GODFREY, George1608UMS/W.NEW/13Assignment of lease by George and Robert Godfrey to Martha Fortescue, widow, of premises in Great Raveley and Upwood late belonging to Gyles Sewster.
GODMANCHESTER-UMS/GODMCSee also UMS/UPTON/04, letter of commendation written by John Jackson at Godmanchester in 1767; and UMS/GENEA/47, pedigree of the Thurston family inc. at least one of Godmanchester, c.1743.
GODMANCHESTER1769UMS/GODMC/117Receipt for £12 for the use of the poor of Godmanchester.
GODMANCHESTER ESTATE18--UMS/GODMC/074Terriers of the land belonging to the Godmanchester estate.
GOODE, Edward M.M.1859UMS/GODMC/049Probate of the will of Edward M.M. Goode of Godmanchester.
GOODES, Thomas1853UMS/EASTN/06Abstract of title of Thomas Goodes and his mortgagees to an estate in Easton, copyhold of the manor of Spaldwick with the Soak.
GOODES, Thomas1855UMS/SPALD/007Abstract of title: Thomas Goodes to an estate at Spaldwick.
GOODFELLOW, Mary1831UMS/OFFRD/31Papers relating to the bastard child of Mary Goodfellow of Offord, which became chargeable to the parish of St Neots.
GOODJOHNS, Joseph1815UMS/PAXTN/01Abstract of title of Joseph Goodjohns to estates in Gt Paxton and Toseland.
GOODLEY, J1822UMS/S.NEO/359Accounts relating to J. Goodley and Samuel Garrett.
GOODMAN, Feast1763UMS/YAXLY/14Manor of Yaxley: conditional surrender by Mr George Green and Miss Green to Mr Feast Goodman, dated 17 May 1763.
GOODWIN, John1702UMS/ELTON/11Lease for 500 years. John Goodwin of Elton, cordwainer, to Anne Fannocke of the same, widow, of a messuage and premises in Elton.
GOODWIN, Richard1725UMS/ELTON/05Lease for a year by Richard Goodwin the elder of Elton, tallow chandler, and Martha his wife, and Richard Goodwin the younger of Elton, tallow chandler, his son, and Martha his wife, to Richard Goodwin of Elton, carpenter, and Elizabeth his wife, of a commonable messuage in the nether street of Elton.
GOODWIN, William1751UMS/ELTON/06Probate of the will of William Goodwin late of Elton, carpenter, deceased.
GORDON, Elizabeth Ann Phippen1894UMS/G.STA/021Deed of Separation made between Lady Elizabeth Ann Phippen Gordon and Lord Esmé Stewart Gordon.
GORDON, Esmé1878UMS/S.NEO/477Letter re workpeople from the paper mills trespassing in Lord Esmé Gordon's park.
GORE, Jerrard1668UMS/W.NEW/22Copy of Articles of Agreement between Jerrard Gore and Robert Pemberton for the sale of the Manor of Water Newton to the former.
GORE, William1806UMS/KIMBN/145Conditions of sale and particulars of William Gore's estate at Stonely.
GORGES, Richard, Lord1669UMS/NON-H/097Mortgage by the Rt Hon Richard Lord Gorges, Bart, of Dundalk, Ireland to Samuel Fortrey of Byall Fen, Isle of Ely, Cambs, of property (a farm) in Co. Bucks. Signatures, seal.
GORHAMNo dateUMS/S.NEO/383Notes on the Gorham family.
GORHAMVariousUMS/S.NEO/378Autographs of the Gorham family, 1757, 1838 and 1841.
GORHAM, A.1897UMS/S.NEO/580Genealogy of the Gorham family from 1637: rough notes and pedigrees.
GORHAM, G.I.1828UMS/S.NEO/648Conveyance (cover only), 1828: headed "The assignees of the Estate of Mr G.I. Gorham, a bankrupt . . . to G.W. Rowley Esq." (draft of conveyance of a swarth of meadow of four common rights on St Neots Common).
GORHAM, George C.1841UMS/S.NEO/585Deed Certificate concerning an indenture between Rev George Cornelius Gorham and other parties certifying that Charlotte Christian Howard consented to the contents of the deed "being in full knowledge of its provisions", dated 1841, Derby.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1819UMS/S.NEO/634List of subscribers to book to be published (Rev G.C. Gorham's "Topography and Antiquities of Eynesbury & St Neots", 1819. Many familiar names, e.g. Day, Emery, Lt. General Hussey, Countess of Sandwich, L. Reynolds of Little Paxton. The larger note book lists names with residences.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1824 (i)UMS/S.NEO/380Letters from Rev G.C. Gorham re the publication of his book on St Neots.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1824 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/381List of subscribers' copies of Rev Gorham's book.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1824 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/382List of copies of Rev Gorham's book sent to various buyers, with accounts and receipts.
GORHAM, George Cornelius1890UMS/S.NEO/386Notes on the election for the Woodwardian Professorship of Geology, fought between Adam Sedgwick and Rev Gorham, taken from the "Life and Letters of Adam Sedgwick", 1890.
GORHAM, George CorneliusNo dateUMS/S.NEO/487G.C. Gorham's transcriptions of various St Neots records: pensions of prior and monks 1539; appeal for subscriptions for more light in the church 1874; account of will of William Medland leaving £1000 to be invested for St Neots poor 1872; and William Luff Anderson leaving £100, 1875.
GORHAM, George James1794 (i)UMS/S.NEO/060Admission of George James Gorham on the death of Jonathan Gorham, in the Manor of St Neots.
GORHAM, George James1794 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/231Abstract of title: George James Gorham to a copyhold estate in St Neots.
GORHAM, George James1799UMS/S.NEO/161Certificate of Contract for redemption of Land Tax: Henry Pointer Standley and John Richards, Commissioners, with George James Gorham, for the redemption of tax on his estate in St Neots.
GORHAM, George James1812UMS/S.NEO/505Note by George James Gorham re an agreement with Mary Surridge.
GORHAM, George James1826 (i)UMS/S.NEO/023Abstract of title: the Assignees of the estate and effects of George James Gorham, to copyhold premises in St Neots.
GORHAM, George James1826 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/524Abstract of title to freehold premises in St Neots: Mr George Jas. Gorham, a bankrupt. Deeds go back to 1750.
GORHAM, George James1833UMS/S.NEO/523Abstract of Title: Mr George James Gorham, under the will of William Nightingale, to an estate in St Neots (including the Bell Inn and other property). Extract begins 1653, later ones early to mid 18th century, names of occupiers.
GORHAM, George James1834UMS/EYNES/071Abstract of title of George James Gorham, surviving trustee under the will of William Nightingale, deceased, to copyhold estate at Eynesbury.
GORHAM, Johath1760-1UMS/S.NEO/379Receipts by Johath Gorham for monies paid by Philip Day and Messrs Harper, also receipt for money paid by Richard and Thomas Harper.
GORHAM, Rev. G.c.1890UMS/S.NEO/656A collection of letters, c.1890.
GORHAM, W.G.1834UMS/S.NEO/005Abstract of title: W.G. Gorham to an estate in St Neots.
GORHAM, William1643UMS/HOLME/05Bargain and sale by William Gorham of Holme, yeoman, and Susanna his wife, to Isaac Johnson of Haddon, clerk, of premises in Holme.
GOSLIN, Stephen1721UMS/WISTO/14Release by Stephen Goslin of Bourne, Lincs., tanner, to Thomas Willigoe of Great Raveley, grazier, of lands in Wistow.
GOSSFORD, Matthew1677UMS/RAMSY/017Conveyance by Matthew Gossford of Ramsey, yeoman, to Jeremiah Cryspe of the same, yeoman, of a lot of fen ground in the Hollow in Ramsey.
GOSSLYN/INGRAM1689UMS/CATWO/62Indenture. Sale of two acres of arable land in Catworth by John Gosslyn (a tailor), brother and heir of the late James Gosslyn, to Thomas Ingram (blacksmith) and Mary his wife. Signatures of William King, Nath. Day and Richard Gisbey.
GOWRAN, John, Lord1748 (i)UMS/EYNES/167Letter of attorney from Lord Gowran to Edmond Bramston for surrender to certain tenements in the manor of Eynesbury.
GOWRAN, John, Lord1748 (ii)UMS/EYNES/168Letter of attorney of Lord Gowran to appoint as his agent Edmond Bramston to surrender property in the manor of Eynesbury to John Rawlings, merchant, of St Neots.
GRAEE, Walter1661UMS/CATWO/58Indenture: Walter Graee (Gray?) to John Gatwell (tailor of Kimbolton) and Silvester Graee, yeoman. A marriage is referred to. A schedule or Terrar attached giving boundaries of land and names of other landholders. One of a collection of five documents.
GRAVES, James1756UMS/GT.GR/045Conditional surrender of various pieces of land in Gt Gransden: James Graves to John Wright of Gt Gransden.
GRAVES, James1764UMS/GT.GR/043Absolute surrender: James Graves to James Elwood the younger of St Neots, of six acres of land in Gt Gransden.
GRAY, Gory1699UMS/HEM.G/053Indenture making Robert ?Bre apprentice to Gory Gray.
GRAY, Owen1810UMS/WISTO/10Release by Owen Gray of March, Isle of Ely, common brewer, of a freehold messuage in Wistow to John Page of Wistow, victualler.
GRAY, Parrott1753UMS/WARBO/06Manor of Warboys: admission of Parrott Gray the wife of Thomas Gray, to nine acres of land in Warboys.
GRAY, Richard1773UMS/FENST/01Will of Richard Gray of Fenstanton, husbandman.
GREAT CATWORTH INCLOSURE1799UMS/CATWO/15Official extract from the Gt Catworth Inclosure award.
GREAT GRANSDEN1821-22UMS/GT.GR/100Land Tax assessment 1821-22, owners and occupiers.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1844UMS/RLWAY/05"Notice of Intent" dated 3 December 1844 to construct railway from London to York, addressed to Huntingdonshire landowners: John Ingram and John Jenkins, George Hotel, Huntingdon; Thomas Knighton, farmer, Leighton Lodge; William King.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1844-45UMS/RLWAY/06Notices of Intent, as for UMS/RLWAY/05 but more detailed entries. Names, alphabetical: a) Austin to Wroughton; b) Pierson to Rowe; c) Norris, Nichols; d) Loweth to Measures (?); e) George to Hooper; f) Elderkin, Ellis, Elderton; g) Ashton to Bullen; h) Ashton to Veasey (David, banker at Huntingdon).
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1844-48UMS/RLWAY/03a-kLetters concerning the Huntingdonshire part of the "Direct" or Great Northern Railway: Deposits on shares, Use of field books, company meetings, routing, ownership of land, length of track (St Neots to Eynesbury). Two letters from W. Humbley of Waterloo Cottage, Eynesbury, 1848.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1845UMS/RLWAY/07Notices of Intent: as UMS/RLWAY/05-06 but for the parish of Denton only. Owner William Wells, occupier: Mr George Canwell. Gives height of proposed embankment and ref. to plan. Arable land.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1850 (i)UMS/RLWAY/01Draft articles of agreement dated March 1850, between Rev Sir Thomas CULLUM Bart., John FRANCKLIN, Col. LINTON of Buckden (Stirtloe) and the Great Northern Railway; concerning the building of the railway & navigation rights on the Ouse. Together with 11 letters or notes, legal correspondence.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY1850 (ii)UMS/RLWAY/25Court finding and jury list, Abraham and another v. Great Northern Railway: Concerns access, obstruction on road to River Ouse from the St Neots to Godmanchester turnpike; load of 50 tons of coal, passage obstructed by earth and stones; horses and carts could not gain access to barge on the river; verdict on most counts for the plaintiff. Together with printed Special Jury List. (Date of offence 8 June 1850).
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYc.1850-1898UMS/RLWAY/04Notes on varied topics: incidents, statistics, personal history.
GREAT STAUGHTON***UMS/G.STASee also UMS/E & P/11 (12-13), lists of voters in Staughton 1858-9; UMS/LANDS/10, part of a collection of Westminster indentures; UMS/ADMIN/41m, 1743 probate of the will of John Whitehead.
GREAT STAUGHTON****UMS/G.STA/045This number vacant.
GREAT STAUGHTON1610UMS/G.STA/040Terrier of land at Great Staughton.
GREAT STAUGHTONNo dateUMS/G.STA/027Copy of the Great Staughton and Grafham Rate, 19th century.
GREAT STAUGHTON INCLOSURE1808 (i)UMS/G.STA/001Staughton Town Road: Various papers relating to the Inclosure Act and its bearing on the proposed road.
GREAT STAUGHTON INCLOSURE1808 (ii)UMS/G.STA/022Copy of the Inclosure Award of Great Staughton with map.
GREEN Thomas1753UMS/BUCKD/011Surrender (Manor of Bugden with the Members) by Thomas Green of a messuage in Buckden to the use of William Kitchen of Buckden, labourer, and Mary his wife.
GREEN, Ann1756UMS/GODMC/084Release of lands in Godmanchester, late Simon's, from Ann Gree of Kings Lynn to John Jackson of Godmanchester.
GREEN, Charles1804UMS/BUCKD/066Abstract of title. Charles Green of Buckden, draper, to copyhold premises in the Manor of Buckden.
GREEN, Charles1829UMS/BUCKD/039Surrender (copy) by Charles Green of Buckden, to the use of George Usher of Buckden, of lands etc. in Buckden.
GREEN, Edward1718UMS/S.IVE/051Surrender by Edward Green and Jane his wife, Isaac Jones and Anne his wife, of premises in St Ives to the said Edward Green and Jane his wife and the heirs of Jane.
GREEN, George1772UMS/YAXLY/03Deed of composition between George Green and his creditors.
GREEN, George1780UMS/YAXLY/01Agreement as to conditions of a lease of land in Yaxley, between George Green of St Neots, owner, and Francis Drake of Yaxley, farmer.
GREEN, George1795UMS/YAXLY/10Receipt for a dividend of 3s 4d in the pound sent by the creditors of George Green of Yaxley.
GREEN, Henry1707UMS/YAXLY/07Surrender by Henry Green in the manor of Yaxley.
GREEN, Henry1725UMS/YAXLY/06Admission of Henry Green in the manor of Yaxley.
GREEN, Henry1741UMS/YAXLY/05Surrender by Henry Green to his son George Green and wife of property in the manor of Yaxley.
GREEN, James1698UMS/KEYST/05Mortgage by James Green of Titchmarsh to Robert Baker, of a close of pasture called "one of Findon's Grounds" in Keyston.
GREEN, John1667UMS/EYNES/144Conveyance of Grove Close in Eynesbury, from John Green of St Neots, baker, to Richard Bull of Eynesbury, labourer.
GREEN, John, Esq.1780UMS/BUCKD/113Lease of Estate at Fen Drayton by John Green of Buckden, nephew of the Bishop of Lincoln deceased, to Matthew Holworthy Esquire…land and property in Fen Drayton, Cambs. Dated 24 April.
GREEN, Katherine1702 (i)UMS/KEYST/01Release: indenture between Katherine Green of Titchmarsh Co. Northants., widow, of the first part; Robert Green of the same, yeoman, and Robert Austin of the same, gent., of the second part; and Robert Baker of Thrapston of the third part; whereby the said Katherine Green and the others release to Robert Baker a close of pasture called Findons Grounds in Keyston.
GREEN, Katherine1702 (ii)UMS/KEYST/03Bond whereby Katherine Green of Titchmarsh and Robert Green of the same hold themselves bound to Robert Baker in £300 to perform certain covenants.
GREEN, Katherine1702 (iii)UMS/KEYST/04Lease for a year by Katherine Green of Titchmarsh, Robert Green of the same and Robert Austin of the same, to Robert Baker, of a close of pasture in Keyston.
GREEN, Robert1751UMS/BUCKD/018Admission (Manor of Buckden with the Members) of Robert Green of Brampton Co. Hunts., gardener, to two acres of arable land in Buckden, on the surrender of Philip Green.
GREEN, Thomas1743UMS/BUCKD/016Admission (Manor of Buckden with the Members) of Thomas Green to a cottage in Buckden, upon the surrender of John Ingram.
GREEN/HOLWORTHY1780UMS/BUCKD/114Reconveyance of the Fen Drayton Estate: Messrs Green, Heslop and Hodgsen to Matthew Holworthy Esq.
GREGORY XV, PopeNo dateUMS/NON-H/072S.D.N. Gregorii Papae XV Constitvtio Contra solicitantes in Confessionibus. Latin and Spanish. [Seem to be copies of an edict of Pope Gregory XV tightening up regulations on confessions - the Latin version following the layout of a printed original; with pencil notes in ?Norris's hand].
GREGORY, Hononi1719UMS/ALWAL/02Copy of will of Hononi Gregory of Alwalton Co. Hunts (farm in Alwalton and premises in Cherry Orton). Not proved.
GREGORY, Luke1673UMS/W.WAL/02Indenture placing Luke Gregory, a fatherless child, as apprentice to Robert Bailey, waterman, in the parish of Woodwalton. (Text written for label by Lesley Akeroyd, June 2014): Thomas Wallis, one of the Churchwardens of Ramsey, James Overall and John Evans were overseers of the poor. Luke was to live and 'faithfully serve' Robert Bailey for nine years. The indenture enables Bailey to 'correct and chastise him' in a reasonable manner and also provide sufficient meals, drinks, linen, woollen, washing and lodging and 'all other things needful and necessary for such an apprentice'. At the end of the apprenticeship Robert Bailey is to provide a suite for Luke. The agreement between the parish officials of Ramsey and Robert Bailey effectively removed one poor child from their parish to another.
GREINVILL, Richard dec.1200UMS/BUCKD/002Charter of Richard de Greinvill granting to Walter Fitz Robert for his homage etc., three virgates of land in Buctone etc., namely those of which Nigel de Luvetot granted me for my homage and service, that is one half which Richard son of Ingrid held and one half which Richard Bunnsbroc held and one half which Robert son of the wife of Roger Prepositus held, at the annual rent of a pound of "cimini".
GRICE, Sarah1831UMS/BUCKD/001Voluntary Examination of Sarah Grice residing at Buckden.
GRIFFIN, Timothy1653UMS/GT.GR/097Inventory of goods and chattels of Timothy Griffin of Gt Gransden.
GRIFFIN, William1849UMS/KIMBN/215Agreement with sale particulars, entered into by Mr William Griffin re the sale of Lot 3, part of the sale which is fully described on the sale poster on the reverse: premises and land at Stonely, Kimbolton, sold to the Duke of Manchester; names Messrs Sprague (surgeon) and Beedham (solicitor) of Kimbolton, dated 21 Sept 1849; the property late of Mrs Stagg, widow of Rev Stagg.
GRIFFIN, William Cotton1774UMS/HUNTN/091Assignment of mortgage: William Cotton Griffin, Rev Thomas Harris and Rev Dr William Walton, of a house in Huntingdon.
GRIFFITH, John1738 (i)UMS/O.WES/08Release of an estate in Old Weston: Rev John Griffith of Eckington, Co. Derby, clerk, and Ann his wife, Elizabeth Cooke of the same place, spinster, and John Cherry of Old Weston, tailor, to Rev George Reynolds, Doctor of Laws.
GRIFFITH, John1738 (ii)UMS/O.WES/13Lease and release of two eighth parts of the Manor of Old Weston and several lands and tenements in Old Weston and Brington: Rev John Griffith and Ann his wife, of Eckington Co. Derby, clerk; Elizabeth Cooke of the same place, and Marmaduke Carver of Chesterfield Co. Derby and Etheldred his wife, to Rev George Reynolds of Bugden, Doctor of Laws.
GRIFFITH, John1738 (iii)UMS/O.WES/37Bargain and sale of two eighth parts of the manor of Old Weston and several lands and tenements in Old Weston and Brington: Rev John Griffith and Ann his wife, Elizabeth Cooke, and Marmaduke Carver and Etheldred his wife, to Rev Dr George Reynolds.
GROOMES, William1780 (i)UMS/RAMSY/097Copy of the will of William Groomes of Ramsey, farmer.
GROOMES, William1780 (ii)UMS/ADMIN/41gProbate of the will of William Groomes, late of Ramsey, farmer, administration granted to John Groomes and Henry Hampshire, joint executors.
GRUBB, Edward1759UMS/UPWOD/120Letter from Edward Grubb of Old Jewry re infant legatees in Mr Warner's will, 25th October 1759.
GRUBB, Phoebe1738UMS/HEM.G/014Assignment of a term in trust to attend the inheritance: Phoebe Grubb of Southwark, London, widow, to Isaac Van Assendelft of London, merchant, of premises and land in Hemingford Grey.
GT GRANSDEN1858-9UMS/GT.GRSee also UMS/E & P/11(7), list of voters in Gt Gransden in 1858-9.
GT PAXTON SCHOOLSNo date (i)UMS/PAXTN/48Specification of proposed new addition and classroom at Gt Paxton schools.
GT PAXTON, Parish OfficersNo dateUMS/PAXTN/63Letters, April 3rd and 6th (year not given). Objection by Parish Officers re notice of Poll and likely expense, Overseers already elected.
GT STAUGHTON1807UMS/G.STA/083Abstract of Title to land in Great Staughton, first reference dated 1766, several familes named.
GT STAUGHTON, Manor ofNo dateUMS/G.STA/080Brief history and description of the Manor and house. Notes on the de Wauten, Waweton or Warton family.
GT STAUGHTON?1581UMS/G.STA/088Terrier of land, possibly in Staughton, but clearly dated 1581.
GUNNELL, Christopher1771UMS/FENST/18Manor of Fenstanton and Hilton, admission of Christopher Gunnell to premises on the death of his mother Mary Gunnell of Fenstanton.
GUNNELL, Christopher1772UMS/FENST/17Manor of Fenstanton and Hilton, admission of Christopher Gunnell to premises on the death of Robert Gunnell of Fenstanton.
GURRY, Ebenezer1817UMS/EYNES/007Probate of the will and codicil of Ebenezer Gurry of Eynesbury, yeoman.
GUYLOTT, Edward1773UMS/HOLYW/08Manor of Holywell with Needingworth: admission of Edward Guylott on the surrender of John Searle.
GYSUP, Jonathan1831 (i)UMS/NON-H/025Lease for a year: Mr Jonathan Gysup to Mr William Martin, dated 23rd August 1831. Cf. deed dated the following day, UMS/NON-H/26
GYSUP, Jonathan1831 (ii)UMS/NON-H/026Release of a piece of ground with messuage, St Andrew the Great, Cambridge, and assignment, dated 24 August 1831. Names: Messrs Jonathan Gysup, William Martin, Thomas Watts, Richard Tabram.
HAIL WESTON1733UMS/HAILW/18An account of freehold lands belonging to the farm of Hail Weston.
HAIL WESTON, Manor of1811UMS/HAILW/12List of quit rents in the Manor of Hail Weston.
HAIL WESTON, Manor of1827UMS/HAILW/01Receipt of the Manor of Hail Weston.
HAIREBOURNE, William1688UMS/HEM.G/125William Hairebourne's bond to save the town of Hemingford Grey harmless.
HALE, Robert1603UMS/S.NEO/132Convenant to levy a fine of a house and close and three acres of land in St Neots, by Robert Hale of Dodington, gent., and Susan his wife, John Bellet of St Neots, and William Mansfield; to Thomas Dove and Henry Hubbert.
HALES, Ann1736 (i)UMS/HUNTN/147Indenture, dated 26 Aug. 1736. Ann Hales, deviser of the Will of her brother John Hales, innholder of Huntingdon. Reference to James Harris gent. Sale of the Great Room belonging to the messuage (the King's Head in the Parish of St Bennetts, now over a shop occupied by Elizabeth Harris). Signature of Ann Hales & seal.
HALES, Ann1736 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/148 Receipt for £15, (Ann Hales/James Harris), signatures and seal.
HALES, William1824UMS/CATWO/45Draft abstract of title of William Hales to premises in Gt Catworth.
HALFORD & MERRIMAN1757-58UMS/UPWOD/108Halford and Merriman's account with Mrs Warner - chiefly medicinal matters - May 1757 to December 1758.
HALFPENNY, Elizabeth1794UMS/GODMC/076Surrender by Elizabeth Halfpenny of property in the borough of Godmanchester.
HALL, Christopher1852UMS/PAXTN/12Brief for prosecution: the Queen on prosecution of Christopher Hall, against Edward Markham and John Markham for felony.
HALL, Christopher1853UMS/HEM.A/15Draft abstract of title of Christopher Hall, surviving trustee under the will of William Cooper of St Neots, to a freehold estate at Hemingford Abbots.
HALL, Elizabeth1813UMS/ELLIN/30Indenture for release of piece of land in Ellington from Elizabeth Hall to George Lant.
HALL, Henry1734UMS/WISTO/01Lease and release of a Fen Lot in Wistow: Henry Hall of Benwick, Isle of Ely, labourer, to Edward Smith of St Ives, gent.
HALL, John1860UMS/S.NEO/160Will of John Hall, grazier and beer house keeper of St Neots.
HALL, Joseph1822UMS/S.NEO/095Probate of the will of Joseph Hall of St Neots.
HALL, Mary1661UMS/RAMSY/108Bond of Mary Hall apprenticed to John Dalton of Ramsey in spinning and weaving.
HALL, Mary1735UMS/WISTO/21Admission of Mary Hall of Hartford on the surrender of Thomas Willigo, to the Manor of Wistow.
HALL, Mary1754UMS/HARTF/01Probate of the will of Mary Hall of Hartford, spinster.
HALL, Thomas1796UMS/EYNES/022Manor of Eynesbury Rectory. Absolute surrender. Thomas Hall, General in H.M. forces, to Robert West of Tetworth Co. Hunts., yeoman, of two messuages in Eynesbury.
HALL, William1692UMS/RAMSY/115Bond of William Hall, James Lambert and Henry Cozens to save the town of Ramsey harmless from William Hall and his wife.
HALLE, Stephen and Mary1649UMS/DENTN/03Deed to levy the uses of a fine on a messuage and land in Denton. Between Stephen Halle of Denton, husbandman, and Mary his wife of the first part; Robert Yarwell of Orton Waterville Co. Hunts., yeoman, and Anne his wife of the second part; William Halle of Caldicott Co. Hunts., husbandman, and William Yarwell of Orton Waterville, yeoman, of the third part.
HALLETT, Mary1709UMS/RAMSY/018Lease for a year by Mary Hallett of Ramsey, widow, and Richard Cheshire of the same, cooper, to John Potts of Ramsey, yeoman, of a piece of fen in The Bill in Ramsey.
HALLEY, Simon1747UMS/KIMBN/106Release of an estate in Kimbolton, charged with an annuity of £80: Simon Halley the elder of Wornditch to John Harding and Thomas Sawyer, in trust for Simon Halley the elder and younger.
HALLOWAYNo dateUMS/NON-H/061Instructions titled "Process of Print Inlaying". Perfectly written, hand late 19th or early 20th century, gives tools required and full instructions. Note on reverse "Mr Halloway's process of inlaying prints". No date or identification.
HAMERTON, Manor ofNo dateUMS/HAMER/01A particular of Huntingdon Manor and Lordship in Hamerton, 17th century.
HAMMOND, AnneNo dateUMS/SOMER/25Case of Anne Hammond, widow of Anthony Hammond, late rector of Somersham, against Dr Beaumont, Regius Professor of Divinity at Cambridge.
HAMMOND, Anthony1667UMS/SOMER/41Release by Anthony Hammond of Somersham to William Hammond of St Albans, Kent, of his rent charge of £20 a year, charged on his manors etc., which were bequeathed to him by Anthony Hammond his father with the rent charge.
HAMMOND, Anthony1694UMS/SOMER/47Lease for a year by Anthony Hammond of Somersham to Sir Thomas Clarges of Westminster, of a parcel of marsh land in the Isle of Ely.
HAMMOND, John1818UMS/BRAMP/17John Hammond of Brampton his wood book.
HAMMOND, Thomas1741UMS/SOMER/09Lease for a year of the Manor of Somersham and lands in the Manor of Pidley: Powell Snell Esq. of Gusting, Glos., and Dorothy his wife, to Thomas Hamond of Somersham Esq.
HAMMOND, Trice1721UMS/RAMSY/024Lease for a year by Trice Hammond of Edmonton, to Robert Sergeant of Ramsey, yeoman, of "All those three Mitchwoods parts lying together within the parish of Ramsey".
HAMPDEN, Thomas1786UMS/SOMER/04Lease for a year by Thomas Hampden, Viscount Hampden of Hampden, Bucks., to John Wilson the younger of St Neots, son of Rev John Wilson of Somersham, clerk, of a messuage in Somersham.
HAMPDEN, Viscount1786UMS/SOMER/11Release of a messuage in Somersham: Rt. Hon. Viscount Hampden to Rev John Wilson of Somersham.
HAMPTON, John1772UMS/NON-H/107Assignment of Corporation Lease, Lichfield: Mr John Hampton to Mr John Fern, 17th October 1772, signatures. No obvious Hunts. connection.
HAMSHIRE, Samuel1671UMS/RAMSY/015Conveyance by Samuel Hamshire of Huntingdon, and Lorna his wife, to Timothy Brearcliffe of London, of a parcel of land in Muchwood in the Manor of Ramsey and other premises there.
HANGER, Henry1832UMS/BRAMP/22Abstract of Title to Copyhold (Manor of Brampton) concerning sale consequent on the Will of Henry Hanger, proved at Canterbury, 1826. Trustees named: John George of Bythorne, Wm Ladds of Great Catworth, John Allen of Brampton. Abstract begins in 1775 (John Green of Brampton, collarmaker).
HANGER, Henry1833 (i)UMS/BARHM/05Abstract of title of the devisee in trust for sale named in the will of the late Henry Hanger deceased to an estate at Barham, Co. Hunts., part freehold, part copyhold.
HANGER, Henry1833 (ii)UMS/BRAMP/23Abstract of Title.
HANGER, John1765UMS/UPWOD/001Manor of Upwood: copy of Admission of John Hanger to two commonable houses and 92 acres of land on the death of his brother Joseph Hanger.
HANGER, Joseph1740UMS/UPWOD/033Manor of Upwood: surrender to his will of all copyhold estate as appointed by his last will and testament, Joseph Hanger of Upwood, 5 August 1740.
HANSLIPc.1790UMS/KIMBN/186Account: Captain Hanslip to Bull, for house late (---) £250. Other sums of money listed.
HANSLIP, Richard1819UMS/KIMBN/043Abstract of the title of Richard Hanslip to premises in Kimbolton.
HANSLIP, Robert1815UMS/KIMBN/020Abstract of the title of Robert Hanslip to a freehold estate in Kimbolton (five).
HANSLIP, Robert1819 (i)UMS/KIMBN/180Abstract of Title of Robert Hanslip, Esq. to copyhold premises in Stonely purchased by Mr Cook. Abstract begins in 1728: surrender, Robert Taylor.
HANSLIP, Robert1819 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/183Abstract of Title to freehold at Stonely in Kimbolton Parish. Earliest ref. June 1761 (Wiliam Howe), 1780 (Joseph Howe) down to year 1810 (W. Palmer).
HANSLIP, Robert and Mary1819UMS/KIMBN/181Abstract of Title, Robt. Hanslip, Esq. and Mary his wife: a close in Stonely heretofore Cuthberts. Abstract begins 1753: surrender Hawley to Jonathan Cuthbert.
HANSMANNo dateUMS/KIMBN/135Terrier of Mr Hansman's land, draper of Kimbolton.
HARBY, Edward1760UMS/STO.L/10Power of attorney granted to Thomas Day by Edward Harby and Sir John Read: property in Stow, Spaldwick, Catworth, Barham and Easton.
HARD, George1791UMS/WDHUR/07Copy of court roll (Manor of Woodhurst): admission of George Hard of Wistow, farmer, to premises in Woodhurst on surrender of Rev Owen Manning of Godalming Co. Surrey, Catherine his wife, and others, heirs of Rev T. Peacock, deceased.
HARD, William1805UMS/FENST/09Copy of will of William Hard of Fenstanton, miller, with accounts of George Bates as executor.
HARDING, Elizabeth1719UMS/HUNTN/082Conveyance by Elizabeth Harding of Huntingdon, widow, and Jeremiah Harding of the same, innholder, to William Pinder of the same, bricklayer, of a messuage and other premises in Huntingdon.
HARDING, Mary1809UMS/SPALD/042Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Mary Harding for life on the surrender of Rev St John Harding.
HARDING, St John1814UMS/KIMBN/104Lease and release of premises in Kimbolton: Rev St John Harding, late of Kimbolton now of Margares Roding Co. Essex, to Samuel Forscutt of Kimbolton, clerk.
HARDING/HODDILON1664UMS/BUCKD/118Manor of Buckden. Out of Court, surrender. Names Thomas Longland & Thomas Gillian, tenants. Alice Harding widow, to William Hoddilon of Hail Weston. Land in the fields of Buckden known as Gravel Pit, Deadbrook etc. Dated April 1664.
HARDING/MARTEN1794UMS/EASTN/18Manor of Spaldwick. Admission of Rev St. John Harding, under the will of Edward Marten. 21 October 1794.
HARDLEY, Robert1774UMS/HUNTN/144Indenture: Francis Cockerill, executor of the late Robert Hardley to William Cotton Griffin of Huntingdon, baker, a messuage on the Estate of the Rev Mr Harris (property in Huntingdon), dated 29 June 1774.
HARDMEAT, Thomas1715UMS/RAMSY/025Indenture between Thomas Hardmeat of St Ives, grocer, (nephew and heir and sole executor of the will of Tobias Hardmeat late of St Ives, grocer) of the one part, and William Taylor of St Ives, bricklayer, assigning the remainder of a lease for 999 years of a piece of fen in the Hollow in Ramsey.
HARDWICK, Thomas1808UMS/G.STA/037Extract from the Great Staughton Inclosure Award, re Thomas Hardwick.
HARE, Hare1625UMS/ABBTY/23Re the Estate of Anthony Hare, Clerk, late of Abbotsley. Children named with full details of money paid out.
HARKNESS, James1740UMS/S.IVE/052Surrender by James Harkness of premises in St Ives to John Bosquain.
HARKNESS, William1775UMS/PIDLY/01Clause of the will of William Harkness late of Ely, deceased.
HARKNEY/SWEETING1827UMS/BLUNT/19Enclosure Award, extract from attested copy, relating to the property of Miss Harkney.
HARLOW, William1723UMS/BUCKD/093Manor of Buckden. Copy of Court Roll. Admission of William Harlow junior (of Eynesbury) on surrender of William Gibson. Thomas Longland "Attorney".
HARNISE, George1664UMS/RAMSY/076Lease by George Harnise of Ramsey, yeoman, to Henry Marriott of the same, yeoman, of a freehold lot of fen ground in Ramsey.
HARPER, Benjamin1807UMS/HEM.G/110Benjamin Harper and his father's bond to the overseers and churchwardens of Hemingford Grey for maintenance of bastard child.
HARPER, John1831UMS/BUCKD/058Articles of agreement between John Harper of Buckden and Edmund Tokins of Buckden, farmer, of the one part, and Sir James Duberly, knight, of the other part, whereby Sir James Duberly agrees to farm let to the said John Harper and Edmund Tokins 112 acres of land in Buckden at a yearly rental of £140.
HARPER, Richard1712 (ii)UMS/ADMIN/41uProbate of the will of Richard Harper the elder, of Ray House, Southoe, Co. Hunts., fisherman. Granted to Anne Harper, widow, executor (and Richard Harper, executor).
HARPER, Thomas1759UMS/SOUTH/10Will of Thomas Harper of Southoe, yeoman.
HARRIES, Joseph1792UMS/S.IVE/085Manor of St Ives, copy of court roll: admission of Joseph Harries Esq. and Rev Mr Panting on surrender and the will of Thomas Peacock. Dated 17 October 1792.
HARRIS, Dorothy1725 (i)UMS/BUCKD/076Discharge of legacy of £5 to Francis Norris by the late Dorothy Harris of Bugden.
HARRIS, Dorothy1725 (ii)UMS/BUCKD/077Discharge of legacy of £5, charge on land in Gt Paxton, to Elizabeth Hird wife of David Hird, by Dorothy Harris late of Bugden.
HARRIS, Dorothy1731UMS/BUCKD/075Discharge of legacy of £100 to Mr and Mrs Jackson by the late Dorothy Harris of Bugden.
HARRIS, J.1810UMS/KIMBN/139Letter to Benjamin Welstead of Kimbolton from J. Harris, containing a list of the St Ives tolls.
HARRIS, James1734UMS/S.NEO/207Copy of the will of James Harris of St Neots.
HARRIS, John and Richard1880UMS/BURY/03Deed of charge, trustees and beneficiaries under the will of John and Richard Harris, to Mr John Halls of Bury, by way of deposit of title deeds relating to Ford House and premises in Eaton Socon etc., for securing £2000 and interest, and covenant for payment of principal and interest, and execution of mortgage.
HARRIS, Thomas1772UMS/HUNTN/019Mortgage of a messuage or tenement in Huntingdon to secure £200: Rev Thomas Harris of Huntingdon, clerk, to Robert Hardley of the same place, gent.
HARRIS, Thomas1789UMS/GODMC/047Copy of the will of Thomas Harris of Godmanchester.
HARRIS, Uriah1734UMS/WISTO/34Mortgage: Uriah Harris of Wistow, gent, to Mary Snell and Viner Snell, both of Hartford, by the consent of Thomas Willigoe of Wistow, yeoman.
HARRIS, Uriah1738UMS/WISTO/37Mortgage for £300 and interest: Uriah Harris of Wistow, gent, to William Paine of Biggleswade, Beds., mealman, on a capital messuage and lands in Wistow.
HARRIS, Uriah1739UMS/WISTO/18Bond whereby Uriah Harris of Wistow, gent, acknowledges himself bound to John Hagar of Waresley, Esq, in £600 to perform certain covenants.
HARRIS, Uriah1741UMS/WISTO/46Legal agreement, refers to surrender of property of the Manor of Wistow by Uriah Harris, gent, of Wistow to Robert Pigott, Esq. of Chesterton. Signatures of U. Harris, Wm Barnes and John Waller. Dated 19 December 1741.
HARRIS, Uriah1742UMS/WISTO/47Deed, refers to property of the Manor of Wistow, repeating details of earlier agreement. Gives receipt of a further £60 by Uriah Harris, dated 1 April 1742.
HARRIS, Uriah1751UMS/WISTO/19Bond whereby Uriah Harris acknoweldges himsef bound to John Waller of St Neots, gent, in £6000, to perform certain covenants.
HART1828UMS/HAILW/27Title of Mr Hart to copyhold premises held of the Manor of Hail Weston. Extracts start in 1737 (Thomas Allyson alias Bartle, brickmaker, sons Thomas and John (admitted 1811), wife Mary.
HART, John1830UMS/PAXTN/04Probate of the will of John Hart of Gt Paxton, yeoman.
HARTLEY, Loftus1758UMS/S.NEO/199Probate of the will of Loftus Hartley of St Neots, gent.
HARVEY, Mrs John1839UMS/S.IVE/177a) Tax receipt: Mrs John Harvey, Land Tax, Lady Day 1839; b) Financial statement, 1822, not identified, presumably relates to Harvey family.
HASTINGS, Henry1730UMS/RAMSY/010Lease for a year by Henry Hastings of Warboys, labourer, to Henry Allpress of Witton, carpenter, and Robert Butler of Ramsey, labourer, of a cottage in High Street, Ramsey and a piece of ground in the Hollow Fen and Stocking Fen in Ramsey.
HATCHER, Sir John1633UMS/COVIN/01Conveyance: Sir John Hatcher of Carlby Co. Lincs., knight, and Thomas Hatcher son and heir of the said Sir John Hatcher; to Thomas Mehew of Covington Co. Hunts., of a tenement or cottage and land in Covington.
HATFIELD, J.G.1878UMS/KIMBN/191Abstract of title to an estate in Kimbolton. Extract begins 1855 (Cootin/Welstead) with earlier ref. 1837 (Putterill).
HATLEY1681UMS/S.NEO/387Receipt for £80 for 77 sod of wool given to Mr Hatley.
HATLEY1752UMS/S.NEO/285Articles of agreement between Mr Hatley and Mr Pheasant of St Neots.
HATLEY1793-4UMS/S.NEO/417Receipt for tax on Mrs Hatley's land.
HATLEY1811UMS/S.NEO/421Receipts for Mr Hatley's property tax, window tax, house duty and land tax.
HATLEY1825UMS/S.NEO/422Design for memorial tablet for Loftus Hatley, Richard Hatley and Frances, wife of John Bonus Child, relict of Richard Hatley.
HATLEY, Elizabeth1806UMS/S.IVE/156Last will of Elizabeth Hatley, widow, of St Ives, dated 17 November 1806. Refers to friend Joseph Barnes Esq, sister Lucie Somers of Godmanchester, nephew Robert Martin, nephew George Hard, William Hard. Legacy to Elizabeth Chapman of Eynesbury. Ref. to family monument in St Ives church.
HATLEY, Elizabeth1811UMS/S.IVE/145Estate/Executor's account: full details of securities and expenses etc., names legatees "Frances Child, Elizabeth Chapman, Robert and Martin". Estate £500 13s 6d.
HATLEY, James1747UMS/S.NEO/391Discharge for a legacy by James Hatley, attorney for Ann Hatley.
HATLEY, James1748UMS/S.NEO/267Obligation: James Hatley of St Neots, maltster, to Loftus Hatley of the same, gent., for £60.
HATLEY, Loftus1727UMS/S.NEO/388Certificates that Loftus Hatley took the oath.
HATLEY, Loftus1743UMS/S.NEO/389An account of a brick wall between Loftus Hatley and John Moon.
HATLEY, Loftus1747 (i)UMS/S.NEO/390Receipt given to Loftus Hatley by E. Borris, for a £10 legacy from Hatley's sister, Mrs Kath Upcher.
HATLEY, Loftus1747 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/392Account of rents and receipt given by Loftus Hatley as executor for Mrs Upcher.
HATLEY, Loftus1826UMS/S.NEO/424Final balance of Loftus Hatley's estate, with signatures of the beneficiaries.
HATLEY, Mary1712UMS/EYNES/219Will of Mary Hatley, widow. Family of Bull (among others) mentioned. Some copyhold property. Details of beds and furniture….colours of coverlets and curtain. Domestic utensils, silverware.
HATLEY, Mrs1794UMS/S.IVE/067Receipted bills for medicines supplied to Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Mrs1811 (i)UMS/S.IVE/066Receipted bills paid by the executors of Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Mrs1811 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/068Receipted account by the vicar of St Ives, and by the undertaker, for the funeral expenses of Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Mrs1811 (iii)UMS/S.IVE/070Solicitor's account for settling Mrs Hatley's estate.
HATLEY, Mrs1811 (iv)UMS/S.IVE/071A copy of an inventory of the household furniture and other effects of Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Mrs1811 (v)UMS/S.IVE/072Receipted bill for lotions, draughts etc., supplied to the late Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Richard1746UMS/S.NEO/254Receipt by Richard Hatley, nephew of Loftus Hatley, for £10 legacy left him by his aunt Upcher.
HATLEY, Richard1750UMS/EYNES/142Lease for a year (attested copy), Mr Richard Hatley of Eynesbury to Rev Thomas Walker of Bletsoe, of property in Eaton Socon.
HATLEY, Richard1750-92UMS/S.NEO/395Richard Hatley's cash book for St Neots property.
HATLEY, Richard1752UMS/S.NEO/393Richard Hatley's application for a seat in St Neots Church.
HATLEY, Richard1759-91UMS/CATWO/52Richard Hatley's cash book for property in Gt Catworth.
HATLEY, Richard1766-91UMS/HAILW/19Cash book of Mr Richard Hatley on his Hail Weston estate.
HATLEY, Richard1768UMS/S.NEO/398Agreement for the purchase of the use of a pew in St Neots Church by Richard Hatley, from John Broughton.
HATLEY, Richard1768-89UMS/S.NEO/399Personal letters to and by Richard Hatley of St Neots.
HATLEY, Richard1769UMS/CATWO/49Terrier of all the arable lands belonging to Richard Hatley in Gt Catworth.
HATLEY, Richard1772UMS/HAILW/39Detailed terrier of arable land of Richard Hatley, gent., of Hail Weston. Notes adjoining occupiers.
HATLEY, Richard1777UMS/S.NEO/400Receipt for £1300 6s 4d consolidated 3% annuities bought by Richard Hatley, trustee for Mrs Mary Bailey, wife of Thomas Bailey.
HATLEY, Richard1783-86UMS/G.STA/078Richard Hatley's accounts for Gains, Midloe and Gt Staughton.
HATLEY, Richard1784UMS/S.NEO/401Acknowledgement by R. Hatley that the enclosed £600 stock is the property of Mrs Mary Bailey, reduced to £346 10s 0d.
HATLEY, Richard1786UMS/S.NEO/405Receipt by Richard Hatley of St Neots for reduced annuity on behalf of Mrs Mary Bailey.
HATLEY, Richard1788 (i)UMS/S.NEO/261Devisees and bequests under the will of Richard Hatley of St Neots.
HATLEY, Richard1788 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/290Copy of an extract from the will of Richard Hatley of St Neots.
HATLEY, Richard1789UMS/S.NEO/407Letter from Richard Hatley to John Purchase of Cambridge re sale of Mrs Mary Bailey's stock.
HATLEY, Richard1790 (i)UMS/S.IVE/151Legacy receipt: Richard Hatley of St Ives, cousin to Richard Hatley late of St Neots, his receipt to Frances Hatley, widow, executrice . . .the sum of £400. Signatures and seal, dated 5 April 1790.
HATLEY, Richard1790 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/408Release of legacy by Richard Hatley to Mrs Hatley.
HATLEY, Richard1792-3UMS/S.NEO/410Receipts for bills paid by Richard Hatley to W. Howell, William Collier, Maule (rent) and John Earl (shoes).
HATLEY, Richard1793 (i)UMS/S.NEO/413Tax receipts on Mr Hatley's land.
HATLEY, Richard1793 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/414Statement of cash advanced to Richard Hatley of London, towards his support, out of property of Mrs Kathleen Bailey of St Neots.
HATLEY, Richard1830UMS/S.NEO/426Personal letter from Richard Hatley to Mr G.B. Child.
HATLEY, William and GORE, Ralph1650 (i)UMS/BRAMP/03Bond by William Hatley of Brampton and Ralph Gore of London to pay money to Thomas Carlton of London.
HATLEY, William and GORE, Ralph1650 (ii)UMS/BRAMP/04Bond by William Hatley of Brampton and Ralph Gore of London to pay money to Randolph Basterwill of London.
HATLEY, William.1690-94UMS/EYNES/187Copies of court Roll, Manor of Eynesbury, Surrender/admission. Two sheets: (1) October 1690 naming John Turner, Thomas and JohnWenham, Thomas Freeman, Philip Dixie, Wm. Hatley and Susan his wife; (2) January 1694: William Hatley and Jeremy Cooper,
HATTON, Thomas DingleyNo dateUMS/NON-H/066Abstract of title of Thomas Dingley Hatton Esq. to an estate at Longstanton in the County of Cambridge: starts early 18th century, describes the Manor etc. and the rights of the heir of Sir Christopher Hatton.
HAULSEY, Edward1701-1714UMS/LANDS/17Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, Edward Haulsey, gent. and William Pollard and Caroline his wife, messuage and land in Fenstanton, reign of Queen Anne.
HAVERSHAM, Lord1720UMS/HOUGH/13Legal Title of 1720. Concerns the Estates of Lord Haversham at Houghton. Conveyance to Armstrong and Marriot in 1705 to raise £2,000 and interest for his daughter Altharnia, "now widow Prianlx".
HAWKES, William1739UMS/ELLIN/12Lease for a year by William Hawkes of Ellington, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas Davie of Oakham Co. Rutland, of a cottage with a close of pasture adjoining in Ellington.
HAWKINS, Elizabeth1681UMS/W.NEW/03Probate of the will of Elizabeth Hawkins of Water Newton.
HAWKINS, Elizabeth1685UMS/W.NEW/02Account of the estate of Elizabeth Hawkins of Water Newton.
HAWKINS, Elizabeth1763UMS/SPALD/084Admission of Elizabeth Hawkins on the death of William Hawkins to land in Spaldwick.
HAWKINS, John1684UMS/TILBR/10Manor of Tilbrook: admission of John Hawkins on the surrender of Oliver Hawkins his father.
HAWKINS, Johnc.1590UMS/KIMBN/197Agreement: land at Tilbrook and Kimbolton. Latin text not fully transcribed. John Hawkins, husbandman of Tilbrook.
HAWKINS, Oliver1652UMS/TILBR/16Manor of Tilbrook: admission of Oliver Hawkins on the surrender of William Hawkins.
HAWKINS, Thomas18--UMS/SPALD/074Receipt of one year's quit rent paid by Thomas Hawkins to the lord of the manor of Spaldwick.
HAWKINS, William1703UMS/ELLIN/08Mortgage by William Hawkins of Ellington, baker, to Hannah Martin of Huntingdon, spinster, of Dunsbury Close in Ellington, to secure payment of £8 with interest on 17th Dec. next. (Bond enclosed).
HAWLEY, Simon1748UMS/KIMBN/109Probate of the will of Simon Hawley of Kimbolton.
HEADING1796UMS/S.NEO/418Letter from Mr Heading to John Bonus Child of London, about the settling up of the late Mr Hatley's estate at St Neots.
HEARON, William1654UMS/GODMC/003Bond of William Hearon of Brandon Co. Suffolk, to Samuel Pont, gent., in £500 for enjoyment of the Dolphin Inn, Godmanchester, freed from encumbrances.
HEATH, Alexander1714-1727UMS/LANDS/24Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, probably reign of George I, names Alexander Heath. Text in Latin, faded, not transcribed.
HEATH, Edward1699UMS/S.NEO/170Feoffment by Edward Heath of St Neots, chapman, and Elizabeth his wife, and Edward Grey of the same, cordwainer, and Henry Oliver of St Neots, butcher, of a cottage in Cambridge Street, St Neots, to uses set out.
HEATON, John1759UMS/UPWOD/121Letter from John Heaton, Threadneedle Street, to Mrs Warner, re debts or demands on Mr Warner's Estate, 14th May 1759.
HEATON, John1760UMS/UPWOD/135Letter from John Heaton to Mrs Warner acknowledging receipt of tin box (of deeds) and on the Long Lane Estate, 30th March 1760.
HEDDING William1689UMS/PAXTN/05Copy of the will of William Hedding of Lt Paxton.
HEDDING, Elizabeth1826UMS/S.NEO/302Will of Elizabeth Hedding, St Neots.
HEDDING, Elizabeth1828UMS/S.NEO/304Receipt and Discharge for any Specific, Pecuniary or other Legacy: Letters of Administration granted by the Prerogative Court of the Will of Elizabeth Hedding. Legatees: Sarah Hedding, William Levitt, William Hedding of Wyboston, Haynes Gibbs of Wellingborough.
HEDDING, William1729UMS/PAXTN/13Copy of the will of William Hedding of Lt Paxton.
HEDDING, William1757UMS/PAXTN/38Bond: William Hedding of Gt Paxton to John Sibley of Lt Paxton in the sum of £200, to pay an annuity of £10.
HEDDING, William Levitt1847UMS/ELLIN/34Manor of Ellington. Abstract of Title of the devisees named in the will of the late Wm.Levitt Hedding Esq. (concerns Copyhold of the Manor).
HEMINGFORD ABBOTS-UMS/HEM.ASee also UMS/FENST/28: 1783 grant of land, James Atkins and Henry Bell.
HEMINGFORD GREY1808-35UMS/HEM.G/012Five Hemingford Grey farming ledgers.
HEMINGFORD GREY1829UMS/HEM.G/034Account book of Hemingford Grey Farm.
HEMINGFORD GREY1863UMS/HEM.G/120Terms of agreement to tenancy of land in Hemingford Grey.
HEMINGFORD GREY Constables1632UMS/HEM.G/038Warrant to the constables of Hemingford Grey for the presenting of a further indenture.
HEMINGFORD GREY Enclosure1670UMS/HEM.G/043Preamble to enclosures, Hemingford Grey.
HEMINGFORD GREY Manor1653UMS/HEM.G/040List of names recorded at Court in Hemingford Grey of men keeping more sheep than they ought.
HEMINGFORD GREY Parish1694UMS/HEM.G/051Receipt for burials.
HEMINGFORD GREY Parish1695UMS/HEM.G/052Acccounts for baptisms, marriages and burials.
HEMINGFORD GREY Parish1704UMS/HEM.G/057Certificate of monies collected for baptisms, marriages and burials.
HEMINGFORD GREY Parish1709UMS/HEM.G/061Certificate of monies upon baptisms, marriages and burials attested, by John Hewitttson, William Darby.
HEMINGFORD GREY Parish1826-7UMS/HEM.G/032Account book of the churchwardens and overseers of the parish of Hemingford Grey.
HEMINGFORD Grey, Constable ofNo dateUMS/HEM.G/124Duty of constable claiming money expended and chargeable to the poor rate.
HEMINGFORD GREY, Overseers of1804UMS/HEM.G/106Record of Land Rates paid to the overseers of the parish of Hemingford Grey.
HEMINGFORD GREY, Town ofNo dateUMS/HEM.G/123The town of Hemingford Grey indicted for not repairing the bridge and causeway leading to St Ives.
HEMPSTEAD, Robert1737UMS/SOMER/15Admission of Robert Hempstead and Mary his wife in the Manor of Somersham.
HENEAGE, Sir Thomas1548UMS/W.NEW/07Licence of alienation granted by Edward VI to Sir Thomas Heneage and William, Lord Willoughby, to sell to George and Adam Smith the Manor of Water Newton, late parcel of the Monastery of Thorney, and other lands in Hunts.
HENLEY, Andrew1674UMS/RAMSY/030Grant by Sir Andrew Henley of Bramshill, Co. Southants., and Sir Robert Henley of the Middle Temple, London, to Henry Marriott of Ramsey, yeoman, of a messuage in the Great White in Ramsey.
HENNAGE, Thomas1549UMS/W.NEW/33Sale of Manor: original Latin text, dated tempo Edward the sixth (1549), inscribed (much later writing) "Sale of Water Newton Manor from Sir Thomas Hennage to George - Smyth, 1547 (or 1549?)". One complete seal.
HENRY, Richard1816UMS/STANG/04Copy of agreement between Richard Henry of Stanground, farmer, of the one part and Ralph Bradford of Farcet Fen, farmer, and Thomasine his wife, of the other part, concerning the will of James Henry, late of Stanground.
HENSMAN, Buswell1830UMS/EASTN/02Abstract of title of Buswell Hensman to a close of land in Easton Co. Hunts.
HENSMAN, Rebecca1784 (i)UMS/CATWO/46Copy of release, Rebecca Hensman of Gt Catworth, to James Jacob of the same, of a cottage and land in Gt Catworth.
HENSMAN, Rebecca1784 (ii)UMS/CATWO/47Copy of lease for a year, Rebecca Hensman to James Jacobs, of cottage and land as in UMS/CATWO/46.
HENSMAN, William1750UMS/KIMBN/021Abstract of the title of William Hensman to premises in Kimbolton.
HENSMAN, William1782UMS/KIMBN/017Abstract of William Hensman's title to a tenement in Kimbolton.
HENSMAN, William1804UMS/KIMBN/153Abstract of the title of William Hensman to premises in Stonely.
HENSON1806UMS/G.STA/008Abstract of Title: Mr Henson to premises in Great Staughton.
HENSON, Rose1716UMS/ELTON/10Copy of will of Rose Henson of Elton, premises and land in Elton.
HENSON, Thomas1487UMS/THURN/02Grant by Thomas Henson of Alkunbury to Sir Henry Colett, Knight, and John Smythe of Thurnyng, yeoman, of a messuage in Thurnyng.
HERALDS VISITATION1738UMS/GENEA/09Handwritten extracts (18th century) from the Heralds' Visitation of Hunts, 1613: several family trees (e.g. Sapcote, Cromwell). One loose sheet (torn) appears to be a Herald's report dated 1738 and signed "Portcullis".
HERBERT, Dennis1878UMS/HUNTN/002Post nuptial settlement of £2000, Dennis Herbert Esq of Huntingdon to Rev William Hunt of London.
HERBERT, Dennis`1848UMS/EYNES/070Draft of abstract of title of Dennis Herbert to an estate in Eynesbury held of the manor of Eynesbury.
HERBERT, William1841UMS/HUNTN/009Probate of the will of William Herbert of Huntingdon.
HERTFORD, Elizabeth1809UMS/EYNES/110Receipt by Elizabeth Hertford for her share of a legacy left by Elizabeth Bailey of Eynesbury who died 1780. Also receipt by Mary Bailey and Catherine Bailey.
HEWHILLS1760UMS/HOUGH/15Concerns lease of premises at "Hewhills" for a term of years from Lady Day 1760. Gives conditions for the tenant's payment of rates and taxes, and use of land, e.g. £5 per acre for every acre ploughed. No identification of owner or lessee.
HEWITT, Edmond1634UMS/ELLIN/28Conveyance, Edmond Hewitt of Knotting Co. Beds., husbandman, to Matthew Ensam of Ellington, yeoman, of land in the fields of Ellington.
HEYSHAM, Frederick1816UMS/ADMIN/41qProbate of the will of Frederick Heysham, late of Little Munden Co. Herts., gent, proved by the executor, Rev Edmund Heysham, clerk, 6th April 1816.
HICKS, ?Edward1843UMS/GRAFM/06Farm accounts at Grafham, Michaelmas 1842 - Michaelmas 1843.
HICKS, George1691UMS/RAMSY/005Conveyance by George Hicks of Norwich, woolcomber, to Leonard Poulter of Ramsey, carpenter, of a cottage and a piece of fen called Woods End in Ramsey.
HILL, Arthur1721UMS/FARCT/01Bond whereby John Gill of Peterborough, periwig maker, acknowledges himself bound to Arthur Hill of Farcet, carpenter, to perform certain covenants.
HILL, John1675UMS/SPALD/048Mr John Hill's deeds for lands at Spaldwick, 16th February 1675.
HILL, John1676UMS/SPALD/068Conveyance by John Hill to Sir Lyonell Walden of property at Spaldwick.
HILLS, Elizabeth1658UMS/RAMSY/107Obligation and bond to place and apprentice Elizabeth Hills to John Davie
HILLS, Thomas1797UMS/SPALD/015Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a cottage and two acres of land, Thomas Hills of Spaldwick to William Gaunt of Brington.
HILLS, William1724UMS/CATWO/39Feoffment, William Hills of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., yeoman, to Henry Infield of the same, of a cottage or tenement, orchard and pightle of pasture ground in Gt Catworth.
HILTON-UMS/HILTNHilton was part of the manor of Fenstanton and Hilton: some MSS referring to Hilton have therefore been catalogued under Fenstanton.
HINSON, Joseph1792UMS/S.NEO/012Extract from St Neots Register of the Marriage of Joseph Hinson with Sarah Binwell.
HINSON, Sarah1909UMS/EYNES/091Draft of release of premises in Eynesbury, from Sarah Hinson of Potton Co. Beds, widow, to William Charlton of Eynesbury, carpenter.
HINSON, SarahNo dateUMS/EYNES/211Abstract of Title. Refers back to year 1599, naming Samuel Crofte, John Crofte of Eynesbury, yeoman, Henry Hubbert, Bull (family) and others. 19th century.
HISTORY/GENEALOGYNo dateUMS/HUNTS/35Similar to previous item UMS/HUNTS/34 but primarily of historical or family interest, relating to Hunts.
HITCHIN, John1678UMS/ADMIN/41iProbate of the will of John Hitchin, senior, of Stevenage, executor his son George Hitchin, dated 24th September 1678.
HOBBS, George1818UMS/HUNTN/130Will of George Hobbs (copy). "The sum of four hundred pounds loaned to Robert Godby on mortgage of freehold premises (presumably of the original Vernon Estate, given to Susanna Stemmetz, George Maule, and Richd. Lee of Huntingdon).
HOBSON, John1852UMS/S.NEO/336Malt Duty bond: John Hobson and William Hobson of Eaton Socon.
HOBSON/LADDS1826UMS/CATWO/79Mortgage: premises in Great Catworth, for securing £1000.
HODGSON, Robert (?)1766-98UMS/OFFRD/37Text of two sermons, no preacher's name. Towards back of book is a list of where the sermons were preached, mostly Somersham, Colne and nearby, with their dates 1766 to 1798. On back of book a pencil note by H.E. Norris: "[illeg.] Rev. [gap] Offord Cluny" - could they be the work of Rev Robert Hodgson, Rector of Offord Cluny 1765-1803?
HODILON/GREEN/WATSON1676UMS/BUCKD/119Manor of Buckden. Surrender of copyhold. Messuage, 66 acres arable, 4 acres meadow, 16 acres pasture. Admission of Mr Gow Wright. Dated 11 April 1676.
HODSON, Martin1867UMS/WARBO/02Probate of the will of Martin Hodson of Warboys, farmer and beerhouse keeper.
HOLDER, Edward1810UMS/PIDLY/65Release: D.E. Fowler Esq to Mr Edward Holder.
HOLDER, Edward1814UMS/PIDLY/47Mortgage: Mr Edward Holder to Henry Sweeting Esq for securing £100 and interest.
HOLDER, Edward1817UMS/PIDLY/59Appointment, Release and Assignment: Mr Edward Holder and Henry Sweeting Esq., to Mr Robert Johnson and his trustee.
HOLDMEADOWS, Rose1699UMS/RAMSY/118Bond of Rose Holdmeadows apprenticed in housewifery to John Talbott.
HOLICK, Thomas1850UMS/S.IVE/003Inquest at St Ives on the body of Thomas Holick.
HOLLAND, Susan1777UMS/EASTN/12Indenture containing conditions of sale of land situated in Easton by Susan Holland of Cambridge to John Waller the younger of Stirtloe in the parish of Buckden.
HOLLAND/WALLER1777UMS/EASTN/14Indenture: lease of pasture etc. lying in Easton, Hargrave ( Northants) and Colmworth (Beds.). Susannah Holland of Cambridge and John Waller the younger, gent., of Stirtlow, Buckden, Hunts., dated 4 March 1777. Names of tenants given.
HOLLINGWORTH, Aden1627UMS/STILT/48Indenture between Aden Hollingworth, late of Stilton, yeoman, and Hellen his wife, and Richard Simons, late of Stilton, yeoman of the 1st part; William Downhall of Cottingham, Northants, Esq, of the 2nd part; and Henry Proby of the Middle Temple, Esq, of the 3rd part: whereby all the parties agree that the said Simons and Hollingworth should levy a fine to the said Downhall, and the said Proby should suffer a recovery against the said Downhall of the Inn called the Tabert or Talbot, and other premises in Stilton.
HOLLINGWORTH, J.1847UMS/S.NEO/620St. Neots Pews: from J. Hollingworth, St Margarets Rectory, Finsbury Park to Rev James Appleton, 3 April 1847, concerns the assent of the Society for Building and Repairs (Churches and Chapels) . . . refers to sanction of the Bishop and the Archdeacon. This letter appears to be giving legal permission for the improvements.
HOLLOWAY1875-77UMS/S.IVE/116a-dThe Bull deeds: a) Conveyance, Holloway to Phillips, 16 Oct. 1875; b) Trustees of Mr Tho. Birt Ulph to Mr Holloway, Aug 1875; c) Abstract of Title, refs. 1830-75; d) Deed of Covenant, Holloway-Frank, June 1877.
HOLLOWAY1877UMS/S.IVE/117Manorial surrender (copy of): Holloway to Frank, the Bull property, June 1877.
HOLLOWAY, Arthur and G.H.1893/1911UMS/S.IVE/121a-bMortgage charge: a) Mr Arthur D. Holloway, Professor of music and Elizabeth Day (both of St. Ives) 20 June 1893; b) Mr and Mrs G.H. Holloway to Mr J.B. Frank 2 June 1911 (concerns a dwelling house etc. Bridge Street, St. Ives). Mr G.H. Holloway was an organist (son of Arthur D. ?)
HOLWORTHY, Arthur L.H.1874UMS/HUNTN/003Marriage settlement on the marriage of Arthur L.H. Holworthy Esq and Frances Margetts of Huntingdon.
HOLWORTHY, Frances1887UMS/HUNTN/006Release of trust estate: Mrs Frances Holworthy to William Wing and Matthew Holworthy.
HOLY CROSS CHURCH, BURY.1566-1837UMS/BURY/10Transcript of Bury Parish Registers: Marriages 1566-1837.
HOLYWELL1349-1915UMS/HOLYW/31Holywell and Needingworth, notes by Herrbert Norris: Presentation of 23 Edw.III (1349); Baptist Church, Needingworth (Inskip Ladds); Holywell Church bells, 1915.
HOLYWELL, parish of1546-1688UMS/HOLYW/30Churchwardens' Book, 1546-1688. Transcript (the work of Inskip Ladds?) with list of churchwardens.
NICHOLLS, Elizabeth1776 (i)UMS/MOLES/22Lease for a year by Elizabeth Nicholls of Denford Co. Northants, to Daniel White of Huntingdon, victualler, and sergeant in the Militia, of premises in Molesworth.
NICHOLLS, Elizabeth1776 (ii)UMS/MOLES/24Lease for a year of a piece of land and corn and a windmill standing thereon, in the open field of Molesworth: Elizabeth Nicholls of Denford, Northants, to Daniel White of Huntingdon, victualler and sergeant in the Hunts. Militia.
NICHOLLS, Elizabeth1796UMS/HEM.G/102Examination of Elizabeth Nicholls, widow, in which she states her late husband paid rates to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
NICHOLLS, Joseph1836UMS/WOOLY/01Abstract of title to an estate at Barham: begins 1796 (extract, will of Mark Burton of Barham, carpenter, devised freehold to wife, Mary, then to son Mark); lease (1813) refers to John Nicholls, yeoman, then (also 1813) to Mary Drew, subject to redemption.
NICHOLLS, Mary1816UMS/HEM.G/113Order to convey Mary Nicholls from the parish of Hemingford Grey to the parish of Hemingford Abbots.
NICHOLLS, Thomas1616UMS/ADMIN/41aProbate of the will of Thomas Nicholls, executor Francis Nicholls; appears to refer to court called "Harpeden" (?Harpenden, Herts.)
NICHOLS, Samuel1866UMS/OFFRD/21Admission of Samuel Nichols in the manor of Offord Cluny.
NICHOLS, William1704UMS/EYNES/231Manor of Eynesbury. Surrender of William Nichols, gent., to Mr Edward Nichols. Latin text.
NICHOLSON, Alphonse WilliamNo dateUMS/PAXTN/47Letter soliciting votes for Alphonse William Nicholson, son of the vicar of the Paxtons and Toseland, for entrance to the Clapham House Foundation School.
NICHOLSON, Isaac1808UMS/PAXTN/42Transcript by Herbert Norris of Rev Isaac Nicholson's 1808 pamphlet of a sermon against witchcraft, with an account of the attack on Ann Izzard.
NICHOLSON, John1778UMS/G.STA/096Bond (Manorial surrender of property in Long Stow): John Nicholas of Gt Staughton, yeoman, bound to Mr John Shelton of Kimbolton, innholder.
NICHOLSON, John1778 (i)UMS/STO.L/14Surrender by John Nicholson of Gt Staughton, yeoman, to John Shelton of Kimbolton, innkeeper, of 15 acres of land in Long Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1778 (ii)UMS/STO.L/16Surrender by John Nicholson of Gt Staughton to John Shelton of Kimbolton, of lands in Long Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1778xUMS/STO.L/14Surrender by John Nicholson, yeoman, of Great Staughton, to John Shelton, inn keeper, of Kimbolton, of 15 acres of land in Long Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1778xxUMS/STO.L/16Surrender by John Nicholson oof Great Staughton to John Shelton of Kimbolton, of lands in Long Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1779UMS/STO.L/13Surrender by John Nicholson of Gt Staughton to John Shelton of Kimbolton, of land in Long Stow. This surrender was never presented in court.
NICHOLSON, John1779xUMS/STO.L/13Surrender by John Nicholson of Great Staughton to John shelton of Kimbolton, of land in Long Stow. This surrender was never presented in court.
NICHOLSON, John1780UMS/STO.L/04Admission of John Nicholson, junior, on the death of John Nicholson, senior. Also, admission of Richard Reynolds, on the surrender of the said John Nicholson, junior, to land in the Manor of Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1780 (i)UMS/STO.L/04Admission of John Nicholson junior on the death of John Nicholson senior. Also, admission of Richard Reynolds, on the surrender of the said John Nicholson junior, to land in the Manor of Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1780 (ii)UMS/STO.L/17Surrender by John Nicholson to Richard Reynolds of Lt Paxton, of one acre of land in Long Stow.
NICHOLSON, John1786UMS/STO.L/11Notice by John Nicholson to quit possession of land held of Thomas Day (an infant) of Spaldwick.
NICHOLSON, John1786xUMS/STO.L/11Notice by John Nicholson to quit possession of land held by Thomas Day (infant) of Spaldwick.
NICHOLSON, William1795UMS/CATWO/35Copy of probate of the will of William Nicholson, late of Little Catworth, farmer. (Lands in Stow Co. Hunts.).
NICHOLSON,John1780UMS/STO.L/17Surrender by John Nicholson to Richard Reynolds of Little Paxton, of one acre of land in Long Stow.
NICKOLSON, John1779UMS/SPALD/039Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of John Nickolson on the surrender of John Nickolson his father; also admission of Richard Reynolds on the surrender of the said John Nickolson.
NICKOLSON, William1774UMS/SPALD/088Surety by William Nickolson of Stowe and Matthew Nickolson of Stowe to Thomas Day of Spaldwick.
NICOLLS, Henry1701UMS/HEM.G/055Certificate from the overseers of Raunds, Northants., to the parish of Hemingford Grey, stating that Henry Nicolls is legally settled in Raunds.
NIXON, Richard1803UMS/RAMSY/133Manor of Ramsey, surrender Descow/Nixon. Preamble mentions "great fire" of 1731 when the messuage (near the Great Whyte) on the piece of ground referred to was burnt down. Richard Nixon, farmer of Ramsey.
UNKNOWNNo date (vii)UMS/UPWOD/193Plan of house and garden, no place or name.
NOADES, Thomas1692UMS/BROUG/02Bargain and sale of lands in Broughton Co. Hunts, by Thomas Noades of London, Poulterer, to John Cox of Broughton Co. Hunts., gent.
NOBLE, Elizabeth1788UMS/O.WES/45Abstract of mortgage by Elizabeth Noble of Old Weston to Rev William Walton of Upton, of a freehold messuage or tenement in Old Weston.
NOBLE, W.M.No dateUMS/NON-H/094Lists and extracts from wills and inventories, mainly relating to Cambs and the Isle of Ely.
NON HUNTINGDONSHIREVariousUMS/NON-H/068-077A collection of manuscripts with some printed papers: 68 and 69 concern the statutes of Canterbury and Peterborough Cathedrals; the others all seem to relate to the Spanish Inquisition in the early 17th century, and have annotations in what SEEMS to be the handwriting of H.E. Norris. What on earth is their significance and what was Norris doing with them?
NONCONFORMIST MEMORIAL1802UMS/HUNTS/32"Ejected Ministers": list of those ejected in Huntingdonshire (Bluntisham, Bottlebridge, Elton, Huntingdon, Overton Longvill, Cherry Orton). Extracted from the Nonconformist Memorial, 1802. The MS dates probably from the late 19th century.
NON-HUNTINGDONSHIRE--UMS/NON-H/019This number vacant
NON-HUNTINGDONSHIRE---UMS/NON-H/048This number vacant.
NON-HUNTINGDONSHIRE----UMS/NON-H/051-053These numbers vacant.
NORMAN1819UMS/S.NEO/567Abstract of title to premises in St Neots, begins 22 July 1686: John Smith alias Allen, butcher, and John Wenham, grocer. Many details of families and the property down to the year 1819.
NORMAN CROSS COURT BARON1667UMS/ADMIN/42fCourt Baron proceedings, various pleas dated 21 July 20 Chas. II (1667). Surnames: Audlin, Howes, Collup, Knight, Bronswell, Bedford, Henson, Cutbent, Abbut, Andrew, Sargent, Palmer, Holliwell, Burnham and others.
PHEASANT, Thomas1752UMS/S.NEO/123Lease for a year of a messuage or tenement called the "Bear" in the Market Place, St Neots: Thomas Pheasant of St Neots, inn holder, to Loftus Hatley of the same, gent.
PHEASANT, Walter1668UMS/UPWOD/008Last will and testament of Walter Pheasant of Upwood.
PHEASANT, Walter1670-71UMS/UPWOD/256Arrears of rents of Upwood and Swineshead Manors due to the executors of Walter Pheasant, 1670-71.
PHEASANT, Walter1671-72UMS/UPWOD/257Arrears of rents of Upwood and Swineshead Manors due to the executors of Walter Pheasant, 1671-72.
PHEASANT, Willaim1705UMS/UPWOD/289Account of William Pheasant's Estate at Upwood and Swineshead, 1705.
PHEASANT, WilliamNo date (i)UMS/SWINS/41Draft agreement between William Pheasant and John Humphreys for hire of properties at Swineshead. 18th century.
PHEASANT, William1703 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/287Account of William Pheasant's Estate at Upwood and Swineshead, 1703.
PHEASANT, William1703 (i)UMS/UPWOD/216William Pheasant v Mary Leman, 1703: Draught of Real and Personal Estate, etc.
PHEASANT, William1704UMS/UPWOD/288Account of William Pheasant's Estate at Upwood and Swineshead, 1704
PHEASANT, William1705UMS/UPWOD/290Account of William Pheasant's Estate at Upwood, 1705.
PHEASANT, William1707-08UMS/UPWOD/285Arrears of rent due to William Pheasant, 1707-08.
PHEASANT, William1708 (i)UMS/UPWOD/160Inventory of Mr William Pheasant's goods at Upwood, 27th March 1708.
PHEASANT, William1708-09UMS/UPWOD/293William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1708-09.
PHEASANT, William1709-10UMS/UPWOD/294William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1709-10.
PHEASANT, William1710UMS/UPWOD/158Bond of William Pheasant of Upwood to Tho. Mackworth for £1000, 11th January 1710.
PHEASANT, William1710-11UMS/UPWOD/295William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1710-11
PHEASANT, William1711-12UMS/UPWOD/296William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1711-12.
PHEASANT, William1712-13UMS/UPWOD/297William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1712-13.
PHEASANT, William1713UMS/UPWOD/155William Pheasant's Bond to John Overman for £200, 29th August 1713.
PHEASANT, William1713-14UMS/UPWOD/298William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1713-14.
PHEASANT, William1714-15UMS/UPWOD/299William Pheasant's rental at Upwood and Swineshead, 1714-15
PHEASANT, William1718-19UMS/UPWOD/286Arrears of rent due to William Pheasant, 1718-19
PHEASANT, William1719UMS/UPWOD/014Arrears of rent due to William Pheasant, brother of Peter Pheasant.
PHEASANT, William1721 (i)UMS/UPWOD/152Inventory of goods belonging to Mr William Pheasant in the Manor House at Upwood, 25th January 1721.
PHEASANT, William1721-1724UMS/UPWOD/037Arrears of fee farm rents etc. arising out of the Manors of Upwood, Raveley and Great Woynes, due to William Pheasant 1721-1724.
PHEASANT, William1724-30UMS/UPWOD/284Account book of ?William Pheasant, 1724-30.
PHEASANT, William1725 (i)UMS/UPWOD/038William Pheasant's butcher's bill etc, 29th May 1725.
PHEASANT, William1726-27UMS/UPWOD/039Payments on behalf of William Pheasant's account, 1st July 1726 to 28th April 1727.
PHEASANT, William1727-28UMS/UPWOD/040Payments on behalf of William Pheasant's account, 12th June 1727 to 15th May 1728.
PHEASANT, William1729 (i)UMS/UPWOD/041Payments on behalf of William Pheasant's account, 1729.
PHEASANT, William1729-30 (i)UMS/UPWOD/291Copyhold rents and small tithes due to William Pheasant, 1729-30.
PHEASANT, William1729-30 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/292Copyhold rents and small tithes due to William Pheasant, 1729-30.
SPANISH INQUISITION1600-1609UMS/NON-H/074Memoria de la Herita queiens La Inquisiaon de nauarra. Spanish. [Seems to be accounts of money collected by the Inquisitors followed by a list of people from Duranjo and the charges against them, 1600-1609. Added in pencil (?Norris's hand) "A Gaol delivery of wretches to be punished at the Auto de Fe in 1500 [sic] also the bodies of those who are to be dug up and burned. 20 women. The Curse of God on the wretched monsters who did this in the name of religion Amen"].
SPANISH INQUISITION1623UMS/NON-H/071Traslado del Edito de Gracia queca Inquion mando publica en Sevilla, Contra [illeg.] Congregredob A Cumbradro Degadro, o Perfectro, el Mes de Mayo 1623. [Questions to be put by the officer of the Holy Office etc.] Spanish, with translation of title in pencil (?Norris's hand)
SPANISH INQUISITION1624UMS/NON-H/077Relacion del Auto Publico de la Fe, que se celebr o enesta Corte, Domingo 21. de Enero de 1624. [Spanish, with pencil note (?in Norris's hand): "Warrant for holding an Auto da Fe Madrid 1624"].
SPANISH INQUISITIONc.1632UMS/NON-H/075MSS in various hands in Spanish, apparently to do with the Inquisition. One has the date 1632. With occasional pencil notes (?hand of H.E. Norris).
SPANISH INQUISITIONNo date (i)UMS/NON-H/070Apuntamtos pa haslar platicas a solicitantes repachon diendolos. [Three sermons for the use of preachers against solicitants]. Spanish, with translation of title in pencil, 19th-20th century hand, that of H.E. Norris?
SPANISH INQUISITIONNo date (ii)UMS/NON-H/073Nos Los Inqvisidores Apostolicos contra la Heretica prauedad y Apostasia en toda el Reyno de Nauarra etc. [Tract in Spanish with references to England, an "expurgatorial" against specific books; with MS notes in pencil in English (?hand of H.E. Norris). Printed after 1620].
SPANISH INQUISITIONNo date (iii)UMS/NON-H/076Don Ivan Baustista de Azuedo, por la gracia de Dios, y de la santa Iglesia de Roma . . . Inquisidor Apostolico general, cotra la heretica . . . [In Spanish, with pencil note (?in Norris's hand) "fulmination about the Morescoes"].
SPARKE, Elizabeth1773 (i)UMS/KIMBN/099Bargain and sale of premises in the Back Street of Kimbolton: Elizabeth Sparke of Knuston, Northants, to George Richards of New Inn Co. Middlesex.
SPARKE, Elizabeth1773 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/100Lease and release of premises as in UMS/KIMBN/099 above: Elizabeth Sparke to George Richards.
SPARKE, Harvey1750UMS/KIMBN/010Copy of the will of Harvey Sparke of Knuston Co. Northants (property in Kimbolton).
SPARKE, Harvey1773UMS/KIMBN/098Release of an annuity of £100 under the will of Harvey Sparke of Wellingborough, Northants, chargeable on lands and premises in Kimbolton.
SPARRATT, Thomas1737UMS/BUCKD/006Surrender (Manor of Bugden with the Members) by Thomas Sparratt, Dr in Physic, of two acres of meadow, to the use of William Whitworth the younger of Buckden, by his father William Whitworth.
SPARROW, Edward1771UMS/GODMC/098Release: Edward Sparrow of Saffron Walden Co. Essex and Catherine his wife, to John Jackson of Godmanchester, of premises in Godmanchester, with covenant to surrender.
SPARROW, Francis1758UMS/UPWOD/112Letter of Francis Sparrow to Mrs Warner concerning terms of lease at Northaw to Alderman Person, 6th December 1758.
SPARROW, Francis1760 (i)UMS/UPWOD/131Letter from Francis Sparrow to Mrs Warner on a fine (?for the admission of Captain Bickerton), 21st June 1760.
SPARROW, Francis1760 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/132Further letter from F. Sparrow regarding the fine for the admission of Captain Bickerton, 1st July 1760.
SPARROW, Mary1791UMS/G.STA/07524 May 1791, Court Baron of the Manor of Gains, Dillington and Perry, of Henry Gally Esq., lord of the same: Admission of Mary Sparrow, wife of Robert Sparrow of Worlingham, to premises in the manor of Gains, on the death of Sir Robert Bernard Bart dec'd., as sister and heiress of the same.
SPARROW, Mary Ann1884UMS/HUNTN/111The Last Will of Mary Ann Sparrow, domestic servant of Biggleswade, late of Huntingdon. Money in trust for the education etc. of her reputed son John Foley Sparrow. Mary Ann referred to as 'spinster'. Dated 1854, proved 1884
SPARROW, William1677UMS/HILTN/01Feoffment of lands in the parish of Hilton: William Sparrow to Charles Sheppard, both of Hilton.
SPEECHLESS, Ann1732UMS/HEM.G/064Order to the overseers of the poor of Tottenham, Middlesex, to remove and convey Ann Speechless to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
SPENCER1823UMS/GT.GR/105Abstract of Title, Manor of Gransden, Mr Spencer. Draft dated 10 April 1823. Earliest extract dated 1765.
SPENCER, John1606UMS/G.STA/043Conveyance of a farm in Great Staughton called Bulmer's Farm: Nicholas Spencer of Cople, Beds., to John Spencer of the same.
SPENCER, John1651UMS/G.STA/044Conveyance of wood and pasture land in Staughton: Sir Oliver Luke of Hawnes, Beds., to John Spencer of Great Staughton Moor, gent.
SPENCER, John1698UMS/G.STA/042Deed of sale of a farm in Great Staughton called Bulmers Farm: William Spencer of Cople, Beds., to John Spencer of Great Staughton.
SPENCER, John1715UMS/HUNTN/078Lease and release by John Spencer of Stamford Co. Lincs, draper, and Anne his wife, to William Jeay of Huntingdon, gent., of a messuage in St Benedict's Huntingdon.
SPENCER, John1777UMS/SWINS/57Feoffment of a cottage and premises in Swineshead: John Spencer of Raunds, Northants., yeoman, to John Spencer of Kimbolton, yeoman.
SPENCER, John1784UMS/SWINS/58Feoffment of a cottage and premises in Swineshead: John Spencer of Perry, Gt Staughton, farmer, and Sarah his wife, to Elizabeth Austin the wife of John Austin the elder of Kimbolton, yeoman.
SPENCER, William1698UMS/S.NEO/086Release of 22 acres of arable land in the common fields of St Neots: William Spencer of Cople, Beds, Esq, to Thomas Paine of St Neots, baker.
SPIERS1859UMS/S.NEO/476Letter to Messrs Spiers Bros. re supply of paper.
SPIKE, Robert1721UMS/RAMSY/002Copy of the will of Robert Spike of Ramsey, yeoman.
SPINKS, James1812UMS/HEM.G/111Agreement between James Spinks, victualler of Bluntisham, and parish officers of Hemingford Grey, that he take Elizabeth Bull, pauper, for one year.
SPRIGG, Samuel1851 (i)UMS/S.NEO/021Abstract of title: Samuel Sprigg and William Islip to freehold estate at St Neots.
SPRIGG, Samuel1851 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/153Abstract of the title of Samuel Sprigg and William Islip, both of St Neots, to freehold premises there.
SPRIGG, Samuel1851 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/154Abstract of the title of Samuel Sprigg and William Islip, both of St Neots, to a common right over the commons in St Neots.
SPRIGG, Samuel1857 (i)UMS/S.NEO/027Abstract of title: Samuel Sprigg and William Islip to an estate at St Neots.
SPRIGG, Samuel1857 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/232Abstract of title: Samuel Sprigg and William Islip to freehold estate in St Neots.
SPRING1825UMS/GT.GR/086Plan of Berry Close in Gt Gransden and of Mr Spring's public house adjoining.
SPRING, James1816UMS/GT.GR/080Abstract of title of James Spring to freehold premises in Gt Gransden.
SPRING, James and JohnNo dateUMS/GT.GR/103Land Survey. "A Tariff of all the Land, Sward………in Great Gransden belonging to James and John Spring". Detailed acreages, some names, no date, seems to be 18th century.
SPRING, John1793UMS/GT.GR/056Feoffment: John Spring of Gt Gransden to James Spring of the same, of a messuage with orchard and close in Gt Gransden.
SPRING, John1822UMS/GT.GR/095Draft abstract of title of John Spring to premises in Little Gransden.
SPRING, John1825UMS/GT.GR/057Grant of two annuities of 40 shillings each out of premises in Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire respectively: John Spring the elder to John Spring the younger, both of Gt Gransden.
HOME FEN FARM1836-37UMS/HOLME/03Account books of Holme Fen Farm (three books).
HOOKE, John1772UMS/WDSTO/01Bond: John Hooke of Woodstone to James Seaton of Manthorpe, Lincs.
HOOPER, Edmund Gyles1752UMS/S.NEO/053Copy of the will of Edmund Gyles Hooper, clerk.
HOOPER, James1714-1727UMS/LANDS/22Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, reign of George I, names James Hooper, John Field and others, property at Ellington (see also UMS/LANDS/21).
HOPKINS, Ann1801UMS/HUNTN/149Bond, Thomas Hawkins of Thurleigh, Co.Bedford, to Ann Dorothy Hopkins, Huntingdon, spinster "in the sum of £2,000". Refers to "a certain indenture and mortgage between them, for securing £1,150 with interest". Dated 12 Oct. 1801. Signatures.
HOPKINSONNo dateUMS/NON-H/054Deed concerning property of the Manor of Bourne, Lincolnshire, and the family of Hopkinson. Appears to be undated and possibly not complete. Probably late 18th or early 19th century.
HORE, Charles1737UMS/UPWOD/212Charles Hore acknowledges the receipt of certain deeds mentioned, 9th April 1737.
HORE, Mrs JamesNo dateUMS/SOMER/50Particulars of lands in Somersham left by Mrs James Hore.
HORNBY, Nathaniel1673UMS/NON-H/100Conveyance by Nathaniel Hornby and John Orton, citizens, haberdashers of London and Joseph Hornby, citizen, goldsmith of London, to Thomas Bodley, citizen of London, clothier, of a fee farm rent of the Rectory of Allanton, Rutland, dated 6th October 1673. Signatures.
HORSFORD, John1866 (i)UMS/KIMBN/071Manor of Kimbolton: conditional surrender of lands in Stonely for securing £4000: John Horsford of Buckworth to James Henderson of Huntingdon.
HORSFORD, John1866 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/149Absolute surrender of lands in Stonely held of the manor of Kimbolton: John Horsford of Buckworth, farmer.
HOUGHTON1784UMS/SOMER/42Conditions of the sale of Mr Houghton's estate in Somersham.
HOUGHTON CUM WYTON, Manor of1706UMS/HOUGH/04Minutes of the court leet and general court baron with the customary court holden for the manor of Houghton cum Witton.
HOUGHTON, John1785UMS/SOMER/39Bond for performance of covenants by John Houghton of St Ives, gent., to John Earle of Somersham, husbandman: reciting that the said John Houghton surrendered a lot of fen ground in the Forefen of Somersham to the use of John Earle according to the custom of the Manor.
HOUGHTON, Thomas1741 (i)UMS/S.IVE/033Copy of Court Roll of Surrender by Thomas Houghton the elder and Thomas Houghton the younger, of a close of land in St Ives at the court of Robert Duke of Manchester, Lord of the Manor of St Ives etc.
HOUGHTON, Thomas1741 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/053Admission of Thomas Houghton the younger and Sarah his wife to the reversion expectant on the death of his father in a close of pasture called Cootes Close.
HOWARD, Elizabeth/Maria1717UMS/EYNES/193Manor of Eynesbury, Copy of Court Roll. Admission of Elizabeth and Maria Howard.
HOWARD, William1704UMS/EYNES/191Manor of Eynesbury. Surrender to Mr William Howard ('gent.' in preamble). Names also Nicholas Luke, gent. and Thomas Rutland. Latin text not transcribed.
HOWARD, William1711UMS/EYNES/192Manor of Eynesbury, Berkleys, Buckleys Ferrars. Copy of Court Roll. Surrender to William Howard, yeoman. Transaction concerns also George Tilley, Philip Dixie and John Thoday.
HOWARD, William1714UMS/EYNES/132Counterpart of lease for 21 years, William Howard of Eynesbury, yeoman, to John Thody of the same, yeoman, of Conygere Close in Eynesbury.
HOWARD, William1717UMS/EYNES/032Copy of surrender, manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc. William Howard of Eynesbury to his two daughters Elizabeth and Mary Howard, of lands and tenements in Eynesbury.
HOWARD, William.1700UMS/EYNES/190Manor of Eynesbury. Surrender to William Howard of messuage in Eynesbury. Latin text not transcribed. Names John West, John Turner, and Richard Luke, gent. as tenants.
HOWELL, John1695UMS/CONIN/01Assignment by John Howell of Connington Co. Hunts., gent., to John Desborow the younger of Oundel Co. Northants., gent., of farms with appurtenances in Cotterstock and Galpthorn Co. Northants., in trust that John Campion of Ashton in the parish of Oundle, gent., take all the rent and profits of the said farms.
HOWERD, Thomas1756UMS/HEM.G/072Indenture placing Thomas Howerd of Hemingford Grey apprentice to Abraham Banes.
HOWLETT, Elizabeth1875UMS/HAILW/16Probate of the will of Elizabeth Howlett, spinster, of Hail Weston.
HOWLETT, Henry1835UMS/YELLG/05Abstract of title (draft) of Mr Henry Howlett to a freehold estate at Yelling in the County of Huntingdon.
HOWLETT, Thomas1824UMS/S.NEO/526Abstract of title, copyhold of Manor of Beachamstead: premises in the Highway, Great Staughton, for trustees of Mr Thomas Howlett, deceased. Refs. to Rose family and to Taylor of Hemingford Grey.
HUDD, Thomasc.1800-1820UMS/HUNTS/36Thomas Hudd, deceased: list of legatees with details of payments; 28 legatees, with abode and sum paid, five of them living in Hunts. including William Stoton of St Neots, the majority were of Bedfordshire (the widow at Wyboston), several at Eaton Socon, thus near to the Hunts. border. Total £2500 paid out. Undated, presume c. 1800-1820.
HUDLESTON, John Nicholas1835UMS/NON-H/036Settlement on the marriage of John Nicholas Hudleston Esq., surgeon of Holloway, Middlesex, and Mrs Charlotte Couch Pattullo, widow, also of London.
HUDSON, Robert1739UMS/BROUG/14Surrender by Robert Hudson, clerk; John Cox, and Elizabeth his wife, of a messuage and cottages with lands in Broughton, to the use of Robert Pigott of Chesterton in Co. Hunts., with provisor in £300.
HUGGINS, Avery1819UMS/WARBO/12Manor of Warboys: admission of Avery Huggins under the will of John Richardson.
HULL, Robert1680UMS/RAMSY/014Articles of agreement reciting a deed to lead to the uses of a fine between Robert Hull of Ramsey, victualler, on the one part, and James Overall of the same, grocer, whereby the said James Hull conveys to Overall a parcel of fen ground in The Bill, and other premises in Ramsey.
HULL, Thomas & Henry1678 (i)UMS/EARTH/02Lease for a year by Thomas Hull of Earith, waterman, and Henry Hull of the same, waterman, to Nicholas Isaac of Earith, tanner, of a messuage in Earith.
HULL, Thomas & Henry1678 (ii)UMS/EARTH/03Release between Thomas Hull of Earith and Henry Hull of the same, to Nicholas Isaac, of the messuage in UMS/EARTH/02.
HUMBLEY, Philip1809UMS/EYNES/140Bond, Philip Humbley of Hail Weston to Thomas Shepherd of Eynesbury, for occupation of property etc. in Eynesbury.
HUMBLEY, William1816UMS/S.NEO/041Draft of lease of a messuage in St Neots for seven years: William Humbley to Jane Fowler.
HUMBLEY, William1826UMS/EYNES/013Manor of Eynesbury, Berkleys etc. Bargain and sale of copyhold premises in Eynesbury, the commissioners acting under a commission of bankruptcy against William Humbley of Silsoe, Co. Beds. (Premises and land in Eynesbury).
HUMPHREYS, John1689UMS/SWINS/64Manor of Swineshead: admission of John Humphreys to copyhold, annotated "Bromshall's copy", which is the name of the land (Thomas Bromshall).
HUMPHREYS, John1694UMS/SWINS/65Manor of Swineshead: admission to land known as "Bramshall's Copy", names Mary Foreman and John Humphreys.
HUMPHRISS, Mary1772UMS/ADMIN/41bbProbate of the will of Mary Humphriss, late of Berkhamsted, widow, proved by Matthew Barlow and William Billington, joint executors, 15 January 1772.
HUNNS, John1698UMS/RAMSY/078Conveyance by John Hunns of Ramsey, to Henry Woolly of the same, waterman, of a parcel of fen ground inclosed, called Longbeach, in the Manor of Ramsey.
HUNNYBUN1871UMS/HUNTN/173Brief letter to David Veasey, dated Huntingdon 20th May 1871, confirming the purchase of a windmill.
HUNT, Henry1660UMS/NON-H/055Indenture re land at Newborough, Staffordshire, naming Henry Hunt of Tamworth, John Northwood, and William Wood of Uttoxeter. This is half the original document, mistreated and used at one time as wrapping for a St Neots MS.
HUNT, Jacob1779UMS/HUNTN/172Certificate of redemption of land tax re property of Jacob Hunt in the parish of St Benedict, Hutningdon; also certificate of burial (copy) of Jane Hunt, parish of St Mary, Huntingdon, 11th January 1816, aged 95.
HUNT, Jacob1799UMS/HUNTN/099Certificate of the contract for the redemption of land tax on Jacob Hunt's property.
HUNT, Joseph1816UMS/HOUGH/03Release of right in copyhold hereditaments held of the manor of Houghton, Joseph Hunt of Addlethorpe Co. Lincs. to Henry Sweeting of Huntingdon and George Frederick Maule of Godmanchester.
HUNT, Robert1822UMS/S.IVE/157Archdeaconry of Hunts: probate, Robert Hunt of St Ives, plumber and glazier, November 1822, executor Thomas Hunt.
HUNT, Thomas1745UMS/WISTO/05Lease for a year by Thomas Hunt of Alconbury, yeoman, of a close of pasture in Wistow, to Samuel Sacombe of Ramsey, gent.
HUNT, Thomas1822 (i)UMS/S.IVE/058Probate of the will of Thomas Hunt of St Ives, gent.
HUNT, Thomas1822 (ii)UMS/ADMIN/41eeProbate of the will of Thomas Hunt of St Ives, gent., Robert Hunt sole executor, 16 February 1822.
HUNT, Thomas1824UMS/GODMC/072Abstract of the title of Thomas Hunt to an estate at Godmanchester.
HUTCHINS, Leman1737-38 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/301Leman Hutchin's Upwood Copyhold rents and small Tithe receipts, 1737-38.
HUNTINGDON LITERARY & SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE1842UMS/HUNTN/028bConstitution and bye laws of the Huntingdon Literary and Scientific Institute.
HUNTINGDON LITERARY & SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE1859UMS/HUNTN/142Petition to the President and Committee of the Huntingdon Literary & Scientific Institute from quarterly members, "young men of the Town of Huntingdon" complaining that chess and draught boards have been removed and denying that games were being played for money. Endorsed "Thos. Elliot S. Dear remembers but not passed in 1859".
HUNTINGDON QUARTER SESSIONS1791UMS/HUNTN/076List of the grand and petty juries for Huntingdon Quarter Sessions (two).
HUNTINGDON, Borough of1630UMS/HUNTN/079Translation of the Charter of King Charles I to the Borough of Huntingdon.
HUNTINGDON, Borough of1799UMS/HUNTN/055Certificate of the contract for the redemption of Land Tax for the Borough of Huntingdon.
HUNTINGDON, Borough of1845UMS/HUNTN/105A list of freemen of the Borough of Huntingdon, with their occupations.
HUNTINGDON, County of1830-1840UMS/ADMIN/28Collection of letters c.1830-40, including several from the Board of Health concerning cholera, signed by surgeons etc.
HUNTINGDON, Earl of1531UMS/HUNTN/152Indenture: The Lord George, Earl of Huntingdon, to Sir Edward Baynton Kt: the Manor of Rowdon, Co. Wilyshire, dated 23rd year of the reign of King Henry VIII. Seal and signature: G. Huntingdon.
HUNTINGDON, Earls ofNo dateUMS/GENEA/57Genealogy and Alliances of the ancient families of St Liz, De Quincy, De Abrincis, De Meschines, etc. Carefully constructed genealogical "tree" showing descent from Siward "a Noble Dane", Earl of Huntingdon, tempo Edward the Confessor, down to Henry de Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon, tempo Edward the First, d.1268. Coloured Heraldic shields.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE1828UMS/ADMIN/26Tax assessment: four long documents, return of holders of land with tax unpaid. (Land in Cambs as well as Hunts).
HUNTINGDONSHIREc.1950-60UMS/HUNTS/38Miscellany, notes on the early history of Hunts., some refs. to sources. Appear to date from the 1950-1960's.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ADMINSTRATIONVariousUMS/ADMIN/31Miscellaneous references to various Acts and adminstrative measures, e.g. abolition of Church Rates in 1868. (Office of JP dates from statute of 34 Edward III).
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZES1664-71UMS/ADMIN/44Collection of recognizances, 1664-66 and 1670-71, with extracts of places and names by modern transcriber.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZES1676UMS/ADMIN/14a-bPresentments of the petty constables for each parish, dated March 1676/7. Many report "Omne bene", others present those charged with religious offences, esp. Catholics for non attendance.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZES1847UMS/ADMIN/08Summons to attend the Huntingdonshire Assizes for the trial of William W. Abott, 18th March 1847. No addressee is entered. Stamped "Norfolk Circuit".
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZES1870UMS/ADMIN/34Lists of Jurors, Justices etc., names of Grand Jurors, special jurors (Pauline Phillips v. the Middle Level Commissioners), Jurors summoned (special causes and others), Calendar of prisoners, lists of JPs.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZESNo date (i)UMS/ADMIN/43Collection of true bills giving the results of hearings before the Magistrate at Huntingdon, 17th century, generally the reign of Charles the Second, before Baronet Proby and others. Text is generally in Latin with some English. Criminal cases of, for example, theft, give list of goods stolen with value and the accused is committed for trial. Some cases appear to be civil matters concerning property. None of the texts have been transcribed.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZESNo date (ii)UMS/ADMIN/45Royal Warrant, ?appointment of justices: headed "Carolus secundus etc., names William Montagu and William Wyndham and refers to the "Gaolam Com. Huntingdon". Text in Latin, not transcribed, precise date uncertain, requires close reading.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZESNo date (iii)UMS/ADMIN/46Collection of five original Assize rolls from the Restoration period, c. 1667: lists of Justices and of Constables for Huntingdonshire.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ASSIZESNo date (iv)UMS/ADMIN/48a-fA collection of true bills etc.: a) Several labourers named, 20 ? Chas II; b) Latin text, illeg.; c) re Yaxley; d) Court of Thomas Blewett, gent., reign of King James; e) Similar to d but dated Chas II, Latin text, many names; f) Uncertain, but refs to e.g. "one peck of barley value etc." suggests a case of theft, Latin text.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE BOUNDARIESNo dateUMS/ADMIN/32References to publications and ancient records. "The making of the County."
HUNTINGDONSHIRE CORONERSVariousUMS/ADMIN/29The Coroners of Huntingdonshire: MS notes by Norris, only a few references.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ELECTORS1807UMS/E & P/07Lists of voters, giving parishes or places in many counties, except Hunts.: presumably each person named had voting rights in Huntingdonshire elections. Contemporary note states "Different County Voters"; later note in pencil: "Hunts Electors 1807".
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ELECTORS1858-59 (i)UMS/E & P/11a-mLists of voters 1858-59, collection of 13 documents: 11a Outvoters, Mr Day's district; 11b-d Eynesbury, 11e St Neots, 11f St Neots, 11g Gransden, 11h Abbotsley, 11i Everton, 11j Offord Cluny, 11k Offord Darcy, 11l-m Staughton.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE ELECTORS1858-59 (ii)UMS/E & P/12a-sLists of voters 1858-59, collection of 19 documents: 12a Abbotsley, 12b Buckden, 12c Diddington, 12d Everton, 12e Eynesbury, 12f Gransden, 12g Hail Weston, 12h Midloe, 12i Offord Cluny, 12j Offord Darcy, 12k Papworth, 12l Gt Paxton. 12m Little Paxton, 12n St Neots, 12o Southoe, 12p Gt Staughton, 12q Toseland, 12r Waresley, 12s Yelling.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE FREEHOLDERS1818UMS/E & P/02Exclusion of Freeholders: list of names of Freeholders who voted in 1818, listed (by parishes) as excluded.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE GAOL1671UMS/ADMIN/13Information taken by the Justices: list of people in Gaol 18th August 1671. Justices: John Ferrar, John Heron. Accused: Aron Fountaine, Richd. Humphreys, Ann Starlinge, John Woodson, Sarah Wyant.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE HUNDREDS1774UMS/ADMIN/02Tax Assessment for the Hundreds of Hurstingstone, Leightonstone & Norman Cross: returns of duplicates of Land Tax for 1771. Gives names of assessors and collectors with sums for each "town", arranged by Hundreds. Signatures of James Favill, John Cole, W. Walton MD, M. Maddock, James Devie and B. Addenbrook, with seals.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE PRESENTMENTS1662-1676UMS/ADMIN/33Presentments before the Justices: a) True bills 1669-1676, various charges, keeping a dangerous dog, illegal religious meetings, recusancy; b) True bills 1662, Meetings of Quakers at Colne, pits in highway, absence from church; c) True bills 1670-71, texts all in Latin, some names on reverse of documents.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE RECORDSVariousUMS/ADMIN/30Notes on County and Borough Records, with some correspondence, extracts from publications etc.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE VOLUNTEERS1917-18UMS/MILIT/09'A' Company Huntingdonshire Volunteer Regiment: list of details for guard: lists officers, NCOs, sections.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE WILLS14th-17th cents.UMS/GENEA/52Extracts from index of PCC wills, from publications by the Index Library and the British Records Society.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE, Lord Lieutenants1625UMS/ADMIN/11Commission of Charles I to Henry, Viscount Mandeville, and Oliver, Earl of Bolingbroke, as joint Lord Lieutenants of Huntingdonshire. Signatures and seals. With letter from H.R. Creswick of Old Headington, Oxford, to Mr Smith, 1st October 1945.
HUNTINGDONSHIRE, Sheriff of1701-1705UMS/ADMIN/07Letter of authority for payment to Sheriff: dated 30th July 1705 and refers to Royal Authority of March 1701, payment of £80 15s 10d to Francis Tysson Esq. overpaid by him on his 1704 account. Several sums of "Blood Money" for the apprehending and convicting of highwaymen.
HURST, Sarah1803UMS/BUCKD/042Admission of Sarah Hurst, wife of Robert Hurst, gent., to various lands and premises in Buckden by virtue of the will of Mary Tufton Grason.
HURST, Sarah1805UMS/BUCKD/036Admission of Sarah Hurst, wife of Robert Hurst Esq., to property in Buckden under the will of William Whitworth, Archdeacon of Sarum.
HURST/HODGSON1807UMS/BUCKD/107Chancery Decree (copy) of 12 May 1807. Robert Stuart Hurst and Charlotte Isabella Hurst, Augusta Hurst and Harriet Hurst (spinsters, infants) by Robert Hurst Esq their father and next friend, plaintiffs. John Hodgson Esq, John South Esq and Sarah Hurst wife of the said Robert Hurst, defendants. Concerns the will of William Whitworth deceased.
HURSTINGSTONE HUNDRED1665UMS/ADMIN/24Tax Assessment for 1665, dated 16 Chas II: Royal Tax to raise nationally £2,477,500. Payments listed against each town and village.
HURSTINGTONE HUNDRED1795UMS/ADMIN/21bList of licensees, Hurstingstone Hundred, 1795: gives name of licensee, inn sign, place, name of surety.
HUSSEY, Hutchins1758UMS/UPWOD/114Letter from Hutchins Hussey, dated Chelsea, 10th October 1758, to his sister Mrs Bickerton at Upwood.
HUSSY, Thomas1809UMS/MILIT/04Affidavit: sworn statement that "Thomas Hussy was born in Bombay . . . he took lodgings and staid three weeks in Market Street at 5 shillings per week. Now serving in the Westminster Militia . . . and hath a wife named Mary". Signed by two JPs for Huntingdon.
HUSTWAIT1804UMS/MOLES/16Abstract of the title of Mr Hustwait to premises in Molesworth.
HUSTWAIT, Philip1822 (i)UMS/MOLES/07Release in fee of the Manor of Molesworth and certain farms and lands situated in Molesworth to certain uses set out: Philip Hustwait of Molesworth senior to Philip Hustwait the younger, of the same.
HUSTWAIT, Philip1822 (ii)UMS/MOLES/17Declaration of trust as to the sum of £5200, secured on mortgage of an estate in Molesworth, advanced to Philip Hustwait by William Blott of Leighton, John Tebbutt of Oundle, William Elderkin of Keystone and William Day of St Neots.
HUSTWAIT, Thomas1688UMS/MOLES/05Feoffment of 33 acres of land in Molesworth: Thomas Hustwait the elder to Thomas Hustwait the younger, both of Molesworth.
HUSTWAIT, Thomas1729UMS/MOLES/08Probate of the will of Thomas Hustwait of Molesworth.
HUSTWAIT, Thomas1786UMS/MOLES/09Probate of the will of Thomas Hustwait of Molesworth.
HUSTWAIT, Thomas1825UMS/KIMBN/168Apprentice Indenture: Thomas Hustwait, son of Lewis Hustwait of Kimbolton, carpenter, apprenticed to George Cant of St. Neots, butcher. Dated January 7th. 1825.
HUTCHINS, Leman1734 (i)UMS/UPWOD/011Leman Hutchens, Esq., his account.
HUTCHINSNo date (ii)UMS/UPWOD/323Hutchins v Minshall.
HUTCHINS, Leman1732 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/300Leman Hutchins' Upwood copyhold rents and small tithe receipts, 1732.
HUTCHINS1713UMS/UPWOD/157Decree of the Court, 3rd February 1713, regarding the rents and profits of the real estate of Mr Serjeant Hutchins.
HUTCHINSNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/186Mrs Hutchins' charwoman's account, undated.
HUTCHINS, Leman1720UMS/UPWOD/154Leman Hutchins v Richard Minshall: Hutchins receives £5,481 5s through J. Bennett, 3rd August 1720.
HUTCHINS, Leman1730-34UMS/UPWOD/056Leman Hutchins' account with Samuel Leightonhouse, 1730-1734.
HUTCHINS, Leman1732 (i)UMS/UPWOD/218Arrears of money due to Leman Hutchins, Lord of the Manor of Upwood, 9th September 1732.
HUTCHINS, Leman1733 (i)UMS/UPWOD/047Lease for 20 years by Leman Hutchins of Northaw, Herts, to John Smith of Great Raveley, Hunts, of a messuage in Upwood called Flowers Cottage, 28th January 1733.
HUTCHINS, Leman1733 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/219Copyhold rents and small tithes due to Leman Hutchins, Lady Day, 1733.
HUTCHINS, Leman1733-34UMS/UPWOD/048Payments on behalf of Leman Hutchins concerning the windmill etc. at Upwood, 17th September 1733 to 25th May 1734.
HUTCHINS, Leman1734-36UMS/UPWOD/050Summary of accounts on behalf of Leman Hutchins, 1734 to 1736.
HUTCHINS, Leman1735UMS/UPWOD/221Copyhold rents and small tithes due to Leman Hutchins, Lady Day, 1735.
HUTCHINS, Leman1735-36UMS/UPWOD/049Payments on behalf of Leman Hutchins, 11th July 1735 to 10th July 1736.
HUTCHINS, Leman1736-37 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/222Copyhold rents and small tithes due to Leman Hutchins, Lady Day, 1736, 1737.
HUTCHINS, Leman1736-37 (i)UMS/UPWOD/051Summary of accounts on behalf of Leman Hutchins, 20th July 1736 to 13th September 1737.
HUTCHINS, Leman1737 (i)UMS/UPWOD/053Leman Hutchins' account with John Goodyer, 1737.
HUTCHINS, Leman1737-38 (i)UMS/UPWOD/054Payments on behalf of Leman Hutchins, 22nd September 1737 to 30th May 1738.
HUTCHINS, Leman1738UMS/UPWOD/055Copy of the Will of Leman Hutchins, bequeathing property in Upwood, Swineshead, etc, 26th April 1738.
HUTCHINS, LemanNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/183Leman Hutchins buys from John Walker a copy of the New Testament in Greek and Latin for three guineas.
HUTCHINS, LemanNo date (ii)UMS/UPWOD/195Recovery of estates in Huntingdonshire belonging to Leman Hutchins Esq., temp. George II.
HUTCHINS, Mary1743 (i)UMS/UPWOD/062Account of Mrs Mary Hutchins' estates at Upwood, with the names of the occupants, 1743.
HUTCHINS, Mary1743 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/223aCopyhold rents and small tithes due to Mrs Mary Hutchins, Lady Day, 1743
HUTCHINS, Mary1745UMS/UPWOD/224Copyhold rents and small tithes due to Mrs Mary Hutchins, Lady Day, 1745. With 3 loose receipts for copyhold rents received 7th November 1745.
HUTCHINS, Mrs1737UMS/UPWOD/052Mrs Hutchins' miscellaneous account with Thomas Hatheway, 1737
HUTCHINS, Mrs1740UMS/UPWOD/057Inventory of Mrs Hutchins' goods in the house in the occupation of Thomas Pyke at Upwood, 10th September 1740.
HUTCHINS, Mrs1741UMS/UPWOD/058A bill of Mrs Hutchins, May-July 1741.
HUTCHINS, Leman1734 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/220Copyhold rents and small tithes due to Leman Hutchins, Lady Day, 1734.
HUTCHINSON, B.1732-1804UMS/HOLYW/32Notes on Rev. B.Hutchinson by Herbert Norris. Biographical notes, 1732-1804, correspondence between editor of VCH and Norris.
HUTCHINSON, Benjamin1762UMS/O.WES/14Copy of lease and release of land in Old Weston and of a moiety of a messuage, farm and lands in Great Wilbraham, Co. Cambs: Rev Benjamin Hutchinson of Kimbolton, clerk, James Cuthbert of the same place, draper, and John Small of Kimbolton, grocer, to Martha Lambe of the town of Bedford, widow.
HUTCHINSON, Benjamin and Jane1773UMS/KIMBN/210Copy of court roll, manor of Kimbolton special court baron, marked "Recovery of Jane Hutchinson 25 Aug 1773": refers to an indenture between Benjamin Hutchinson of Kimbolton, clerk, and Jane his wife (late Jane Peet) daughter of William Peet, Samuel Johnson of St Ives and John Negus the elder of Kimbolton.
HUXLEY, James1665UMS/BROUG/07Conveyance by James Huxley of Grays Inn Co. Middlesex esq., to John Swan of Broughton Co. Hunts., of arable land in Broughton.
IBBETT, Robert1680UMS/NON-H/067The last will of Robert Ibbett, chandler of Cambridge, copy extracted from the registry of the Archdeaconry of Ely: reference to grandchildren Robert, Edward, and Charles Day - the Day name may suggest a Hunts. connection, but the property is in Cambridge.
IBBOT, Edmund1716UMS/EYNES/157Surrender by Edmund Ibbot of two cottages in Eynesbury in the hands of Diana Richards and John Ivatt to the lord of the manor and rectory of Eynesbury.
IBBOTT, Denne1796UMS/SOMER/71Probate of the will of Denne Ibbott of Somersham, gent. (Archdeaconry of Hunts.) October 1796. Executors Bartholomew and John Ibbott.
IBBOTT, John1676-90UMS/S.IVE/091Certificate, evidence of death: John Ibbott died in the town of Shrewsbury in the year 1676. The certificate by the inhabitants of Shrewsbury was presented to the Manor Court, St. Ives, in the year 1790.
IBBOTT, John and Thomas1679UMS/S.IVE/110Part of an original document dated 13 October 1679. Mamorial surrender by John and Thomas Ibbott to the Earl of Bollingbrook. Meadow ground in St.Ives. Signatures of Homage.
IBBOTT, Thomas1690UMS/S.IVE/092Manorial admission: Mr Ephraim White on surrender by Thomas Ibbott, "The Bull".
IBBS, Charles1869UMS/KIMBN/187Inventory of Charles Ibbs, innkeeper.
IBBS, T.1800UMS/KIMBN/152Abstract of the title of Mr T. Ibbs to an estate purchased of John Austin.
ILLGER, William1692 (i)UMS/HILTN/02Bargain and sale of land in Hilton, William Illger of Hilton, yeoman, to John Fryer of the same, yeoman.
ILLGER, William1692 (ii)UMS/HILTN/07Bond whereby William Illger of Hilton, yeoman, acknowledges himself bound to John Fryer to perform certain covenants.
ILLGER, William1692 (iii)UMS/HILTN/09Bond whereby William Illger of Hilton acknowledges himself bound to John Fryer of Hilton to perform certain covenants re land in Hilton.
ILLGER, William1697UMS/HILTN/06Bond whereby William Illger the elder and William Illger the younger acknowledge themselves bound to John Fryer, to perform certain covenants re lands in Hilton.
ILLSLEY, John1773UMS/ALCON/01Indenture between John Illsley of Colesdon in the parish of Roxton in the Co. of Beds, Yeoman, of the one part, and William Illsley of Little Paxton, Co. Hunts, Yeoman of the other part, relating to property in Alconbury.
IMPEY, Elizabeth1771UMS/HOUGH/09Copy of the will of Elizabeth Impey, wife of John Impey of Houghton-cum-Wyton, yeoman, concerning lands in Houghton.
INCUMBENTS1705UMS/CHRCH/1Replies from incumbents to a questionnaire: from the parishes of Abbotsley, Bury, Coppingford cum Upton, Gt Gidding, Glatton, Godmanchester, Hemingford Abbots, Houghton, Keyston, Gt Paxton, Ramsey, Lt Stukeley, Waresley, Wyton and Wood Walton; with signatures of each incumbent but all transcribed by one person; one sheet dated 9 Oct 1705.
INCUMBENTSNo dateUMS/CHRCH/3List of incumbents - several Hunts parishes in the 18th century, plainly compiled in the 20th; compiler not known.
IND, James1797UMS/S.IVE/140Will of James Ind, late of St Ives, now of Bassingbourn, gent. (office copy).
INFIELD, Henry1737UMS/CATWO/23Will (copy) of Henry Infield of Gt Catworth.
INFIELD, Henry1742UMS/CATWO/33Will (copy) of Henry Infield of Gt Catworth. (Estates situated in Kimbolton, Stonely, Covington and Easton).
INGERSOLE, John1749UMS/SPALD/031Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of John Ingersole on the death of his father.
INGERSOLE, Thomas1720UMS/SPALD/030Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Thomas Ingersole.
INGERSOLE, Thomas1735UMS/S.NEO/206Bond from Thomas Ingersole to Edward Martin for £60, with receipts for interest endorsed.
INGLE1844UMS/EARTH/04A letter complaining that Mr Ingle of Earith Staunch received false information about the flow of water.
INGRAM1884UMS/BUCKD/101Plan of Tenements. Detailed street plan from Silver Street to the school buildings. Document headed "Ingram v. Buckden Waywardens".
INGRAM, John1741UMS/BUCKD/037Surrender (copy) by John Ingram, to the use of Thomas Green of Buckden, of a cottage in Buckden.
INGRAM, Robert1591UMS/SPALD/063View of frankpledge with the court of Queen Elizabeth lady of the manor of Spaldwick: admission of Robert Ingram son and heir of Elizabeth Ingram to 12 ac of land lying in the fields of Barham, parcel of his customary land there except the common of the same. 9th October 34 Elizabeth.
INGRAM, Thomas1685UMS/CATWO/19Release, Thomas Ingram of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., blacksmith, to William King of Catworth Magna, of a messuage and land in Gt Catworth.
INGRAM, Thomas1688UMS/CATWO/20Marriage settlement between Thomas Ingram of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., yeoman, and Mary his wife, of the one part, and William King of Gt Catworth, gent., of the other part; on the marriage had and lately solemnised between the said Thomas Ingram and the said Mary. (Cottage and land in Gt Catworth).
INGRAM, Thomas1692 (i)UMS/CATWO/21Marriage settlement between Thomas Ingram of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., blacksmith, of the one part, and Thomas Croxton of the same place, butcher, of the other part, for and in consideration of the marriage heretofore had and solemnised between the said Thomas Ingram and Mary his now wife. (Messuage and lands in Gt Catworth).
INGRAM, Thomas1692 (ii)UMS/CATWO/30Lease for a year, Thomas Ingram of Gt Catworth, blacksmith, to Thomas Croxton of the same, of a messuage or farm and 60 acres of land in the occupation of Thomas Ladds.
INGRAM, Thomas1710UMS/CATWO/18Marriage settlement. Indenture between Thomas Ingram of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., yeoman, of the first part, Elizabeth Gillam of Brington Co. Hunts. of the second part, and Thomas Gillam of Brington, yeoman, of the third part. (Father of the said Elizabeth Gilliam). Various premises and land in Gt Catworth.
INGRAM/NEALE/KING1686UMS/CATWO/61Tripartite Indenture between Henry Neale of Dinton Co. Bucks., Thomas Ingram, blacksmith of Great Catworth and William King, gent. Relates to a close of pasture in Catworth. Signatures of witnesses: Richard Gisbey, James Edridge, John Chroston. Dated 15 Feb. 1686. One of a collection of five documents.
PEMBERTON1659UMS/W.NEW/21Injunction by the Keepers of the Great Seal, in an action in Chancery, between Pemberton and others, against Grimstone concerning the Manor of Water Newton.
INKERSOLE, John1720UMS/SPALD/065Surrender by John Inkersole of property in the manor of Spaldwick.
INKERSOLE, John1721UMS/SPALD/092Condition of obligation by John Inkersole to Fortune Rouse, spinster, of London.
INKERSOLE, Owen1711UMS/SPALD/051Probate of the will of Owen Inkersole, 1st December 1711.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1723UMS/LEIGH/01Bond whereby Thomas Inkersole of Leighton acknowledges himself bound to James Whitebread to perform certain covenants.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1727UMS/SPALD/070Agreement between Thomas Inkersole of Leighton, yeoman, and Charles Negus of Spaldwick, farmer, for purchase of property in Spaldwick.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1745UMS/SPALD/053Bond of Thomas Inkersole of Spaldwick to Joseph Bull of Oundle for £600, 22nd March 1745.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1825UMS/S.NEO/327Application by Edward Edwards, Joseph Smith, Robert Smith, and George Kinde of London, tea dealers, to administer the assets of Thomas Inkersole of St Neots, a bankrupt.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1826UMS/S.NEO/303Case for bankruptcy, Inkersole and others.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1827UMS/S.NEO/279List of Creditors who proved their debts against Thomas Inkersole in bankruptcy.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1829UMS/S.NEO/305Memorandum, Auditing Accounts of bankrupt: Thomas Inkersole, St. Neots.
INKERSOLE, Thomas1836UMS/S.NEO/576Abstract of Title to a grocer's shop in the Market Place, St Neots, of the trustees under the Will of the late Thomas Inkersole. (Day of St Neots). Marked "13th March 1837 copied on 9 (illeg.) Wm. Sent p Cambridge coach to (illeg.). March 17 1837 - D".
INKERSOLE, William1698UMS/S.NEO/280Abstract of the title of William Inkersole to a freehold and copyhold estate at St Neots.
INKERSOLE, William1720UMS/S.NEO/283Abstract of the title of the assignees of the estate and effects of William Inkersole, a bankrupt, to a freehold messuage and premises in St Neots.
INKERSOLE, William1826 (i)UMS/S.NEO/042Draft release in fee of a messuage in St Neots: the trustees of William Inkersole to James Goddard.
INKERSOLE, William1826 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/547Abstract of title, a public house . . . "the Admiral Vernon" . . . abstract begins 1764, several properties passed from the Scarborow family to Mr William Inkersole, who by the year 1826 was a bankrupt.
INSKIP FamilyNo dateUMS/GENEA/01Transcripts of register entries, various parishes in Hunts & Beds, e.g. Kimbolton, Old Warden, with several Inskip family trees and press cuttings. Some correspondence signed by S. Inskip Ladds c. 1930.
IRELAND, Henry1731UMS/BUCKD/123Manor of Buckden. Admission of Henry Ireland, son of Henry Ireland deceased, to 5 acres 3 roods of arable land.
IRELAND, Henry and Elizabeth1773UMS/BUCKD/009Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by Henry Ireland and Elizabeth his wife to the use of the Rev William Whitworth archdeacon of Sarum, of five acres and three roods of arable land in Buckden.
IRELAND, John1739UMS/BUCKD/015Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by John Ireland of Buckden Co. Hunts., to William Whitworth of Buckden, clerk, of three acres of land in Buckden.
ISRAELL, Walter1664UMS/CATWO/63Indenture: Land in Great Catworth, to Walter Israell, yeoman, from Robert Watson of Whitlesey, Isle of Ely, cordwinder, and Elizabeth his wife (daughter and coheir of Thomas Bassingham, late of Catworth, yeoman). Dated 9 March 1664. Detailed terrier attached, giving names of other landholders etc.
IVERS, Thomas1620 (i)UMS/KIMBN/200Obligation: land at Easton, Thomas Ivers and Mary his wife and William Hawkins. Signed Thomas Bedell, John Hooper and William Titmus. With seal.
IVERS, Thomas1620 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/201Sale of land in Easton, 18th year King James (1620). Agreement between Thomas and Mary Ivers and William Hawkins of Tilbrook (Beds.). Land late John Bedells the elder of Easton. Signatures of Thomas Bedell, John Hooper and William Titmus (with seal).
IZZARD, John1713UMS/BUCKD/121Manor of Buckden, Court Baron. Surrender by John Izzard and his wife Rachael to Thomas Berkley, gent. Messuage, cottage, arable land and pasture.
JACKSON1740UMS/ELLIN/32Two letters to the bishop of Lincoln at Buckden stating that a copy of the surrender of Mr and Mrs Jackson of Ellington was being sent him by a clerk.
JACKSON, Jean1785UMS/WISTO/06Lease for a year by Jean Jackson of Godmanchester, Esq., Richard Down of London, banker, and Robert Pitches of London, gent, to Robert Burton of Lincolns Inn, of a messuage and lands in Wistow.
JACKSON, Joanna1712UMS/RAMSY/119Bond of Joanna Jackson apprenticed to Samuel Phillips, victualler of Ramsey
JACKSON, John1672UMS/S.NEO/245Marriage settlement made between John Jackson of St Neots, dyer, William Wye, John Hatley, draper, and Mary Hatley, all of St Neots, on the marriage to be had between the said John Jackson and Mary Hatley.
JACKSON, John1771 (i)UMS/GODMC/080Assignment (by deed poll) of a term of years to attend to the inheritance: John Jackson of Godmanchester to John Cole of Fenton Co. Hunts.
JACKSON, John1771 (ii)UMS/WISTO/22Admission of John Jackson to 37 acres of land on the surrender of Margaret Hall, in the manor of Wistow.
JACKSON, John1772 (iii)UMS/WISTO/26Power of Attorney to surrender copyhold premises in Wistow: John Jackson of Godmanchester, gent, to William Clarke Woodbine of Swafham, Norfolk, gent, and James Whiting of the same, gent.
JACKSON, John1772 (i)UMS/GODMC/085Copy of deputation to take lands surrendered by John Jackson of Godmanchester.
JACKSON, John1772 (ii)UMS/RAVLY/02Power of attorney to surrender conditionally copyhold premises in Raveley: John Jackson of Godmanchester to William Clarke Woodbine of Swaffham, Norfolk, and James Whiting of the same.
JACKSON, John1778UMS/GODMC/062Bond: John Jackson Esq. of Godmanchester to Samuel Seddon Esq. of St James Westminster, in £3150.
JACKSON, John1783UMS/GODMC/097Warrant of attorney to confirm judgement on a bond for the performance of covenants: John Jackson of Godmanchester and William Sampson of London.
JACKSON, John1785 (i)UMS/GODMC/094Bond: John Jackson of Godmanchester to Robert Burton of Lincolns Inn in £850.
JACKSON, John1785 (ii)UMS/GODMC/105Bond: John Jackson of Godmanchester to Robert Burton of Lincolns Inn in £250.
JACKSON, John1810UMS/HUNTN/100Copy of marriage certificate of John Jackson of Huntingdon and Sarah Peacock of Huntingdon, signed as a correct copy by R. Haworth, rector, 1845; also copy of baptisms and burials kept for the parish of St Neots for the following births: Thomas, John and Thomas Jackson (1816); and burials of Thomas Jackson (1814) and John Jackson (1819).
JACKSON, Johnc.1820UMS/GODMC/127Plan, details of holding by the heirs of John Jackson Esq. Shows London Road and boundary of the Lordship of Hemingford Abbott. Names John Wright, George Margetts, Harriet and John Martin, and others. Names (boldly) Henry Sweeting Esq.
JACKSON, JohnNo dateUMS/FENS/06Conveyance, with details of "Parcels intended to be inserted in the conveyance from John Jackson Esq. to the trustees of the Crown". Lands purchased of Isaac Cockram, 1741, Hilgay, Norfolk; of Stephenson/Mitchell, also Thomas Cockayne of Godmanchester; other proprietors are named. Some land of the manor of Wistow, etc. Document undated; certainly 1760 or later, probably 18th century.
JACKSON, Mary White1738UMS/SPALD/029Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Mary White Jackson on the death of her father.
JACKSON, Rebecca1894UMS/HUNTN/032Probate of the will of Rebecca Jackson of Huntingdon, spinster.
JACKSON, Samuel1713 (i)UMS/ELLIN/15Mortgage bond, between Samuel Jackson of Ellington and Katherine Berkeley of Colineworth [?Colmworth]
JACKSON, Samuel1713 (ii)UMS/ELLIN/26Release, Samuel Jackson of Ellington, gent., to Thomas Berkley of Eynesbury, gent., of several messuages and land in Ellington.
JACKSON, Samuel1715 (i)UMS/ELLIN/13Bond: Samuel Jackson of Elllington to Mary Banks of Hertford for £300.
JACKSON, Samuel1715 (ii)UMS/ELLIN/16Surrender by Samuel Jackson to Mary Banks of Hertford of property in Ellington.
JACKSON, Samuel1724UMS/ELLIN/20Bond for performance of obligation, Mr Samuel Jackson of Ellington to the Hon. Thomas Handasyd.
JACKSON, Samuel1732UMS/ELLIN/17Bond for performance of covenant, Samuel Jackson of Ellington to Matthew Goodwin of Buckworth.
JACKSON, Samuel1740UMS/ELLIN/19Bond for performance of covenant, Samuel Jackson of Ellington to Rev. George Reynolds for £1000, in connection with lands in Ellington.
JACKSON, Sarah & Elizabeth1811UMS/ADMIN/22a-bLand Tax (a) and Window Tax (b): names Sarah and Elizabeth Jackson, and states the sums of money, with signatures of the Deputy Clerk of the Pipe.
JACKSON, Thomas1697 (i)UMS/S.NEO/106Marriage Settlement made between Thomas Jackson of St Neots, gent., Alexander Leath of Bedford, clerk, John Abell of Stilton, Hunts, clerk, Ann Joy of Bedford, widow, and Sarah Ferrar of Bedford, on the marriage to be had between Thomas Jackson and Sarah Ferrar: settlement of a capital messuage and premises near a place called the Priory in St Neots.
JACKSON, Thomas1697 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/135Marriage settlement on the marriage of Thomas Jackson and Sarah Ferrar.
JACKSON, White1733UMS/SPALD/026Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of White Jackson to a messuage and lands on the death of Thomas Jackson his father.
JACOB, Jonathan1836UMS/HUNTN/109County Fire Office, insurance Policy dated 14 Oct 1836, in the name of Jonathan Jacob, saddler of Huntingdon St John.
JAMES, George1790UMS/EYNES/067Abstract of Messrs George James and Thomas Arnold's title to a cottage close and plot of land held of the manor of Eynesbury Berkeleys etc.
JAMES, John1699UMS/GODMC/009Conveyance by John James the elder, of Godmanchester, carpenter, to John James the younger, his son of the same, carpenter, and Susan his wife, of a tenement in West Street, Godmanchester (with exception of Walnuts and Cherries!).
JAMES, Joseph1759UMS/HUNTN/168Letter from Joseph James to Mr Bateman Robson, Attorney. Refers to "sister Matthews" and to "Mr. Godbit" (Godber) re payment of £100, dated 12 March 1759.
JAMES, Peter1801UMS/KIMBN/170Apprentice Indenture: Peter James, junior, apprenticed to Richard Sopps, taylor of Kimbolton. Now to be placed with Thomas Beetles, taylor, for the remainder of the term (due to sickness of Richd. Sopps). Dated 7 April 1801. Original apprenticeship dated year 1799. Signatures. First indenture attached.
JAMES, Thomas1729UMS/GODMC/008Copy of the will of Thomas James of Godmanchester.
JAMES, Thomas1764UMS/GODMC/083Copy of surrender of a messuage or tenement in Post Street, Godmanchester, by Thomas James, leather seller, to the use of Thomas Thong, gent.
JAQUES, Elizabeth1716UMS/RAMSY/054Admission of Elizabeth Jaques on the death of John Jaques, her son, to a dwelling house in the Little White, in the Manor of Ramsey.
JAQUES, John1715UMS/RAMSY/067Probate of the will of John Jaques of Ramsey.
JARMAN, Michael1650UMS/BUCKD/085Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Buckden. Michael Jarman and Katherine his wife to Orwell Shelley, gen. Three and a half acres.
JEKYNS, John1640UMS/S.NEO/130Deed of feoffment by John Jekyns of Sudbury, Suffolk, clothier, and Richard Newman of St Neots, labourer, and Margaret his wife, to Edmund Wye of St Neots, gent., of a messuage with croft adjoining in St Neots. Fine of the same within.
JELLIS1899UMS/KIMBN/126Receipt for £370, being principal and interest due from the executors of Mr W. Jellis for property situated in Chesterton. Received by W. Brewster.
JEMBELIN, Jacob1755UMS/BURY/04Copy of will of Jacob Jembelin of Bury.
JENKINSON, J.W.1786UMS/OFFRD/30Letter from J.W. Jenkinson to J.J. Baumgartner of Newark, concerning the latter's estate at Offord Cluny.
JENKYN, Rose1707UMS/ADMIN/36Archdeaconry of Huntingdon probate authority, Rose Jenkyn of Harpenden Co. Herts., January 1707, executors Rose Hull, Elizabeth Knowlton, Mary Nicholl.
JENNINGS, Thomas1670UMS/ADMIN/42eCourt Order dated 5 August 1670: Thomas Jennings to be at the Court at Stilton to answer a plea of William Blancher, re unjust detention of beasts.
JESSOP, Francis1728UMS/NON-H/023Letter of administration (Latin text), concerns Francis Jessop, parish of St Mary (Bedford?).
JESSOP, Thomas1645UMS/GT.GR/074Admission of Thomas Jessop, clerk, to the rectory of Little Gransden, on the presentation of Oliver, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth.
JESSOP, Thomas1771UMS/GT.GR/078Articles of agreement for the purchase of several copyhold estates held of the Manor of Little Gransden: Thomas Jessop of Dallington Co. Northants., from Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden.
JESUS COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE1852UMS/NON-H/021Lease of a farm at Tempsford and Everton, Bedfordshire, by the Master, Fellows and Scholars of Jesus College, Cambridge, to Mr Charles Powers, dated 1848 amended to 1852, signature of the Master of the College dated 14 February 1859.
JOCELYN, Benjamin1647UMS/HOLYW/22Receipt given by Benjamin Jocelyn on behalf of Sorrell Jocelyn of Holywell Esq., for £40 received from Samuel Fortrey of Kew.
JOCELYN, Sorrell1644 (i)UMS/HOLME/08Eight receipts from Sorrell Jocelyn to his daughter Theodora Jocelyn for various sums of money.
JOCELYN, Sorrell1644 (ii)UMS/HOLYW/29Eight receipts from Sorrell Jocelyn to his daughter Theodora Jocelyn for various sums of money.
JOCELYN, Sorrell1645UMS/HOLYW/24Acquittance by Sorrell Jocelyn of Holywell of £400 which Theodora his daughter was to pay on 1st Dec. 1645 to him as by indenture in 1644 agreed.
JOCELYN, Sorrell1646UMS/HOLYW/25Receipt for £50 from Sorrell Jocelyn to Theodora Jocelyn his daughter, according to an indenture leading to the uses of a fine dated 1 Nov. 22 Charles I.
JOCELYN, Sorrell1647-48UMS/HOLYW/19Four appointments by Sorrell Jocelyn, late of Holywell, Esq., of various people to receive money from Samuel Fortrey of Kew Co. Surrey, Esq. and Theodora his wife, as by indenture it was agreed between the parties.
JOCELYN, Theodora1646UMS/HOLYW/21Lease for one month by Theodora Jocelyn of Holywell, to Samuel Fortrey of Kew, of Moynes Hall in Holywell and of other premises there and in Needingworth.
JOCELYN, Torrell1620UMS/SOUTH/08Lease for 31 years by Torrell Jocelyn of Hoggington Co. Cambs. and Elizabeth his wife, to Edward Potts of Eccleston Co. Lancs., of a messuage and premises in Southoe and an annuity of £16, out of the Manor of Cherry Orton.
JOCELYN, Torrell1640UMS/SOUTH/07Suit: Torrell Jocelyn esq., plaintiff, versus John Broadley and Gabriel Newby, defendants, concerning a trespass on fishing at Southoe and Diddington.
JOHN POULTER1757UMS/UPWOD/109Lady Warner's account with John Poulter - miscellaneous items - 5th August to 27th December 1757.
JOHN, HenryNo dateUMS/RAMSY/016Agreement by Henry John of Ramsey, woollendraper, with his creditors.
JOHNSON, Betty1814UMS/SOMER/10Marriage agreement: Betty Johnson of Somersham, widow, Thomas Orbell, and Rev Thomas Wilson of the same, John Noble Johnson of Covent Garden; on the marriage of Betty Johnson to Thomas Orbell.
JOHNSON, Edward1830 (i)UMS/PIDLY/33Admission of Mr Edward Johnson in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake, under the will of his Father.
JOHNSON, Edward1830 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/37Conditional surrender. Mr Edward Johnson to Mrs Sarah Abbott in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1832UMS/PIDLY/75Mortgage: Mr Edward Johnson to Mr Charles Duberly in fee and covenant to levy a fine for securing £1000 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1835UMS/PIDLY/34Conditional surrender: Mr Howard Johnson to Mr J.E. Simmons in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1835 (i)UMS/PIDLY/49Conditional surrender: Mr Edward Johnson to Mr Francis Cozins Cotton in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1835 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/60Mortgage: Mr Edward Johnson to Mr John Edmund Simmons of freeholds. Assignment of monies and covenant to surrender copyholds for securing £800 and interest, and Reconveyance (Endorsed).
JOHNSON, Edward1840 (i)UMS/PIDLY/45Appointment and release: Mr Edward Johnson to Miss Bertha Wiles by way of mortgage for securing £1000 - 3 - 4.
JOHNSON, Edward1840 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/48Lease: Mr Edward Johnson to Miss Bertha Wiles of property at Pidley, for one year.
JOHNSON, Edward1850UMS/PIDLY/66Mortgage: Mr Edward Johnson to Mr Joseph Toller of an estate at Pidley, Hunts, for securing £1500 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1852UMS/SOMER/32Mortgage: Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Feltham Lushington, and Ingham, of hereditaments in the parishes of Somersham, Pidley and Oldhurst.
JOHNSON, Edward1852 (i)UMS/PIDLY/17Conditional surrender: Mr Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Wallingford in the manor of Somersham with the Soake in the county of Huntingdon.
JOHNSON, Edward1852 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/19Declaration by Mr Edward Johnson that his father Robert Johnson did not marry again after the death of Elizabeth Johnson.
JOHNSON, Edward1852 (iii)UMS/PIDLY/20Conditional surrender: Mr Edward Johsnon to John Feltham Esq. and others, in the manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1852 (iv)UMS/PIDLY/21Conditional surrender: Mr Edward Johsnon to Mr John Dodson in the manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1852 (v)UMS/PIDLY/58Mortgage: Mr Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Wallingford of freehold and copyhold estates for securing £1400 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1854 (i)UMS/PIDLY/05Conditional surrender: Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Hall, manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Edward1854 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/53Reconveyance: Messrs Newton & Wallingford to Mr Edward Johnson of an estate situated in the parishes of Pidley-cum-Fenton and Somersham.
JOHNSON, Edward1854 (iii)UMS/PIDLY/61Mortgage: Mr Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Hall of freehold and copyhold estates for securing £2000 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1854 (iv)UMS/PIDLY/67Further charge: Mr Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Wallingford on estates at Pidley, Somersham, Houghton and Oldhurst, Hunts, for securing £470 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1855 (i)UMS/PIDLY/41Reconveyance: Messrs Newton and Hall to Mr Edward Johnson of an estate situated in the parishes of Pidley-cum-Fenton, Somersham and Houghton, Hunts.
JOHNSON, Edward1855 (ii)UMS/SOMER/34Reconveyance: Messrs Feltham and others to Edward Johnson of messuages, lands and premises in Somersham, Pidley, Oldhurst and Houghton.
JOHNSON, Edward1855 (iii)UMS/SOMER/35Mortgage: Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Hall of hereditaments in the parishes of Somersham, Pidley and Oldhurst.
JOHNSON, Edward1858UMS/SOMER/28Mortgage: Edward Johnson to Messrs Newton and Hudson of the equity of redemption in hereditaments in the parishes of Somersham, Pidley and Oldhurst.
JOHNSON, Edward1859UMS/PIDLY/64Further charge: Mr Edward Johnson and others to Messrs Newman and Hall for securing £500 and interest.
JOHNSON, Edward1860 (i)UMS/PIDLY/81Certificate of Charge: Edward Johnson's enfranchisement, Manor of Somersham with the Soake in the County of Huntingdon.
JOHNSON, Edward1860 (ii)UMS/SOMER/29Award of Enfranchisement: Edward Johnson in the Manor of Somersham.
JOHNSON, Edward1863 (i)UMS/SOMER/21Re-conveyance: Messrs Newton and Hall to Edward Johnson and another, of hereditaments in the parishes of Somersham, Pidley and Oldhurst.
JOHNSON, Edward1863 (ii)UMS/SOMER/33Reconveyance: Messrs Newton and Hudson to Edward Johnson, of hereditaments in the parishes of Somersham, Pidley and Oldhurst.
JOHNSON, Edward1872UMS/PIDLY/13Schedule of deeds handed to Messrs Fosters by the trustee and executor of Edward Johnson.
JOHNSON, Elizabeth1808UMS/PIDLY/12Admission: Mrs Elizabeth Johnson in the manor of Somersham, as heiress at law of Edward Johnson.
JOHNSON, Elizabeth1824UMS/PIDLY/29Will of Mrs Elizabeth Johnson late of Pidley.
JOHNSON, Isaac1636UMS/HOLME/04Release by Isaac Johnson of Haddon, Co. Cambs., clerk, to Nicholas Ryme of Holme, roper, of a cottage in Holme which was heretofore for the maintenance of a guild within the chapel of Holme, anciently dissolved, and was afterwards devised to William Taylor by Queen Elizabeth by indenture under the seal of the duchy of Lancaster, now descended to the said Isaac by good conveyance etc.
JOHNSON, J.1710UMS/SOMER/43Letter to Robert Clarke, Attorney at Law at St Ives, relating to a surrender by John Stockman of Somersham, sent by J. Johnson.
JOHNSON, James1712UMS/SAWTY/03(Three) Lease and release of a cottage, close and common right in Sawtry: James Johnson of Tichmarsh, Northants and Rachel his wife; William Dexter of Elton, yeoman; James Osborne of Bythorne, yeoman; to Thomas Andrew of Sawtry and Rebecca his wife.
JOHNSON, John1782UMS/RAMSY/048Lease for a year by John Johnson of Leverington, Cambs., and James Aveling of Whittlesey, to Henry Brown of Ramsey, gent, of a close called Muchwood, and fen ground called Hollow Lot, and other premises in Ramsey.
JOHNSON, John1823UMS/FENST/32Manorial (Court Baron) Admission of John Johnson, under a bargain sale from the Trustees of Robert Allen, dated 29 Oct. 1823.
JOHNSON, John1834UMS/HOLYW/18Admission of John Johnson under a deed of bargain and sale to premises in the manor of Holywell with Needingworth.
JOHNSON, R.1819UMS/PIDLY/50Lease: Messrs Dare and Lindsell to Mr R. Johnson for one year.
JOHNSON, Richard1741UMS/HEM.G/068Order to the parish of Hemingford Grey to remove Richard Johnson and his wife from the parish of Hemingford Grey to the parish of Cunnington.
JOHNSON, Robert1806UMS/SOMER/59a-ba) Manor of Somersham: admission of Robert Johnson on appointment of Thomas Cole and his wife to property in Fenton; b) acknowledgement of the taking of a deed by a married woman (Harriet Johnson) 9 Nov. 1863 .
JOHNSON, Robert1826UMS/PIDLY/42Admission of Mr Robert Johnson in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake on the death of his wife Elizabeth Johnson.
JOHNSON, Robert1829UMS/PIDLY/31Will of Robert Johnson late of Pidley.
JOHNSON, Robert1830UMS/PIDLY/28Admission of Mr Robert Johnson in the manor of Somersham with the Soake, under the will of his father.
JOHNSON, Robert1833 (i)UMS/PIDLY/30Conditional surrender: Mr Robert Johnson to Mr John Danns in the Manor of Somersham with the Soake.
JOHNSON, Robert1833 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/73Mortgage: Mr Robert Johnson to Mr John Danns of freeholds and convenant to surrender copyholds for securing £1200 and interest.
JOHNSON, Robert1834UMS/PIDLY/38Further charge: Mr Robert Johnson to Mr John Danns for securing £200 and interest.
JOHNSON, Robert1835UMS/PIDLY/36Probate of the will of Mr Robert Johnson late of Pidley, gentleman, deceased.
JOHNSON, Samuel1799UMS/WARBO/03Lease for a year by Samuel Johnson of St Ives, gent., to Thomas Houghton of St Ives, gent., of a new allotment of land in Warboys.
JOHNSON, Thomas1668UMS/UPWOD/171Indenture between Thomas Johnson of Great Yarmouth and James Johnson of the same by which Thomas Johnson conveys property in Gorleston, &c. to James Johnson, 26th October 1668.
JONES, Benjamin1813UMS/S.NEO/321Voluntary examination of Benjamin Jones re payment of rent and taxes in St Neots.
JONES, J.1734UMS/ABB.R/03A letter of J. Jones of Abbots Ripton to J. Clements Jnr of Woodston giving a description of Abbots Ripton church.
JOYCE, M.1890UMS/S.NEO/498Letter from M. Joyce to Percy Tomson about the McKenzie family.
JUDD, John1688UMS/RAVLY/04Articles of agreement made between John Judd of Gt Raveley, yeoman, and John Banks of Hartford Co. Hunts., of a bargain and sale of a messuage and 38 acres of land in Gt Raveley.
KALLEY, Simon1761UMS/KIMBN/133Instructions to his attorneys to appear for him in court, by Simon Kalley.
KEACH, Judith1734UMS/SOMER/37Bond for the performance of covenants by Judith Keach of Somersham, widow, to John Browne of Earith, maltster.
KENT, John1749UMS/BLUNT/07Copy of Court Roll. Admission of John Kent to premises in Bluntisham on the death of Mary Kent his mother who surrendered the same to uses of her will.
KENT, Richard1806UMS/FENST/27Apprentice indenture: Richard Kent, son of Ann Kent, widow, of Fenstanton, to John Neall, tallow chandler, grocer, ironmonger, seedsman.
KENTISH, Richard1785UMS/HUNTN/146Letter dated from Huntingdon, 3rd January 1785, to the Earl of Buchan; thanking him for the election of his friends to the Antiquarian Society and mentioning proposals to publish an edition (the second presumably) of Noble's "House of Cromwell". Mentions "my friends" the Duke of Manchester and Lord Sandwich.
KETTERING THRAPSTON & HUNTINGDON RAILWAY1863 (i)UMS/RLWAY/17Notice of requirement to purchase land, the Kettering Thrapston & Huntingdon Railway to Thomas Elgood, Esq, owner of land at Longstow (i.e. Stow Longa).
KETTERING THRAPSTON & HUNTINGDON RAILWAY1863 (ii)UMS/RLWAY/26Fairey vs the Kettering to Huntingdon Railway, brief for the claimant: claim for £70 per acre plus severance money, total claim £1028 19s 6d; he was offered £700; the brief argues the case for higher compensation. Presumably this went before a Jury at Huntingdon. Mr Fairey's land was at Covington.
KETTLE, Charles1756UMS/GT.GR/077Lease for three years of a messuage and grocer's shop in Gt Gransden: Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden to William Wagstaff of Bedford.
KETTLE, Charles1783UMS/GT.GR/064Agreement between Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden and John Pattison of St Neots, whereby the former lets for a period of six years a public house known as the Three Horse Shoes, in Gt Gransden, to the latter.
KETTLE, Charles1785UMS/GT.GR/094Copy of the will of Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden.
KETTLE, Charles1785-88UMS/GT.GR/112The Will of Charles Kettle Esq. of Great Gransden, dated 16 May 1785…proved Prerogative Court of Canterbury 20 March 1788.
KETTLE, Charles1789UMS/GT.GR/111Receipt. "Received of John Spring and Samuel Flinders the sum of twenty one pounds a legacy left by the Last Will of Charles Kettle Esq. of Great Gransden in Huntingdonshire Deceased becoming due November ye 23rd. 1789".
KETTLE, Charles1790UMS/GT.GR/066Receipt for legacy of £500, left by the will of Charles Kettle of Gt Gransden, received by Thomas Boston and Charles Boston from John Spring of Gt Gransden.
KETTLE, Charles1793UMS/GT.GR/091Abstract of title of the devisees in trust under the will of Charles Kettle to a freehold farm in Gt Gransden.
KETTLE, James1624UMS/GT.GR/075Grant by James Kettle the younger of Gt Gransden to Thomas Kidman the younger and Richard Levett of Gt Gransden, yeoman, of a messuage with close and garden in Gt Gransden, to hold to the use of the grantor and Jane his wife and the longer liver of them for the term of their lives, with remainder to the grantor's right heirs.
KETTLE, Martha1785UMS/GT.GR/088Inventory of the effects of Martha Kettel of Gt Gransden.
KETTLE, Timothy1728 (i)UMS/GT.GR/096Inventory of the effects of Timothy Kettle of Gt Gransden.
KETTLE, Timothy1728 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/106Inventory (original) dated 3 July 1728. Goods and stock crop of Timothy Kettle, gent., Great Gransden, 3rd July 1728.
KETTLEBY, Thomas1759UMS/BARHM/02Indenture between Thomas Kettleby of Great Staughton Co. Hunts., of the one part, and Stephen Eaton of ??? in Co. Northants., relating to a messuage in Barham.
KEY, John1811UMS/S.NEO/461Letters from John Key to Towgood about the failure to pay the quarterly annuity due on the paper mills.
KIDMAN1777-1814UMS/EYNES/069Extracts from the parish register of Eynesbury relating to the family of Kidman.
KIDMAN, Elizabeth1681 (i)UMS/GT.GR/061Feoffment of three and a half acres of land in Gt Gransden: Elizabeth Kidman, widow, and James Kidman her son, to William Kidman, all of Gt Gransden.
KIDMAN, Elizabeth1681 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/062Feoffment of 1½ acres of arable land in Gt Gransden: Elizabeth Kidman and James Kidman her son, to William Kidman.
KIDMAN, Elizabeth1681 (iii)UMS/GT.GR/070Bond: Elizabeth Kidman and James Kidman her son, to William Kidman to perform certain covenants.
KIDMAN, Elizabeth1681 (iv)UMS/GT.GR/073Feoffment of 5 acres of land in the common fields of Gt Gransden: Elizabeth Kidman and James Kidman her son, to William Kidman.
KIDMAN, Elizabeth1688UMS/GT.GR/031Mortgage settlement of a messuage, orchard and close in Gt Gransden: Elizabeth Kidman, John Glover and Thomas Kidman to William Kidman.
KIDMAN, George1781UMS/BUCKD/040Absolute surrender by George Kidman, to Thomas Green, of 27 acres of land in Buckden.
KIDMAN, George1807UMS/BUCKD/034Surrender by George Kidman of Margate Co. Kent, victualler, to the use of the said George Kidman and Lawrence Reynolds of Stirtloe House in the parish of Buckden, Esq., of a messuage and 60 acres of land in Buckden, in trust for the poor inhabitants of the parish of Buckden.
KIDMAN, John1679 (i)UMS/GT.GR/058Bond: John Kidman and Elizabeth his mother, to William Wingrave of Somersham, to perform certain covenants.
KIDMAN, John1679 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/067Indenture of covenant to stand seized of a messuage, orchard and close in Gt Gransden, to several uses of a marriage intended: John Kidman and Elizabeth his mother to William Wingrave.
KIDMAN, Thomas1700UMS/GT.GR/014Lease and release of a messuage, orchard and close in Gt Gransden: Thomas Kidman of Gt Gransden, weaver, to William Kidman of the same, yeoman.
KIDMAN, Thomas1703 (i)UMS/GT.GR/028Deed to lead to the uses of a fine of two roods of land and one acre of arable land in Gt Gransden, between Thomas Kidman of Gt Gransden, weaver, and Constance his wife; Stephen Apthorpe of Little Gransden; James Depper of Gt Gransden; William Kidman of the same; and John Coollege of Gt Gransden.
KIDMAN, Thomas1703 (ii)UMS/GT.GR/055Deed to lead to the uses of a fine of a messuage, close and orchard in Gt Gransden, between Thomas Kidman, Stephen Apthorp, James Depper, William Kidman and John Coolledge.
KIDMAN, Thomas1840UMS/S.NEO/087Release on dividing the monies arising from the estates in St Neots, devised for sale on the death of Thomas Kidman: Ann Fowler of St Neots, widow, Ann Harkness of Eynesbury, spinster, and Ann Kidman of Brompton, Middx, to the surviving trustees of Sarah Allvey of St Neots.
KIDMAN, William1788UMS/GT.GR/084Attested copy of deed to lead to the uses of a fine: William Kidman, schoolmaster, to Thomas Norris of St Neots, of premises in Gt Gransden.
KILBEY, Thomas1785UMS/ADMIN/41ffProbate of the will of Thomas Kilbey, late of Harpendon, Co. Herts., cordwainer, proved by Mary Kilbey and Barnard Kilbey, executors. 8 March 1785.
KIMBOLTON1756UMS/KIMBN/105Mortgage of property in Kimbolton to secure £100 and interest, with covenant to levy a fine.
KIMBOLTON1877UMS/KIMBN/047Conditions of sale and agreement for the purchase of a house in High Street, Kimbolton.
KIMBOLTONNo date (i)UMS/KIMBN/128Part of an abstract of title to a messuage or tenement in Kimbolton, 18th century.
KIMBOLTONNo date (ii)UMS/KIMBN/137Map of premises near the railway station, Kimbolton, 19th century.
KIMBOLTONNo date (iii)UMS/KIMBN/213Notes - a detailed but selective history of Kimbolton church and school: many Tudor refs. (e.g. Edwardian inventory with details of sale of plate, used to repair church and roads), details of 18th-century sale of pews, with names and trade/profession of owners). Undated, probably late 19th century.
KIMBOLTON BURIALS1813-43UMS/KIMBN/118Copy of the printed register book of burials in Kimbolton.
KIMBOLTON DISTRICT ELECTORS1880 (i)UMS/E & P/09aKimbolton District list of "outlaying" voters, March 1880: Messrs Day & Wade-Gery's list for St Neots, giving voter's number, place of residence, place of poll.
KIMBOLTON DISTRICT ELECTORS1880 (ii)UMS/E & P/09bCorrections to outvoters' list, Kimbolton District, 1880: see UMS/E & P/9a.
KIMBOLTON DISTRICT ELECTORS1880 (iii)UMS/E & P/14Kimbolton District List of "Outlaying Voters", giving names and residences, dated March 1880.
KIMBOLTON DISTRICT ELECTORS1880 (iv)UMS/E & P/15Alphabetical register giving voters' names and residences (some not resident in Kimbolton). Final columns headed M F G N D presumably relate to qualification (land, house etc.)
KIMBOLTON MEETING HOUSE1844UMS/KIMBN/117Copy of the register book of births kept at the Dissenting Meeting House, Kimbolton, from 1742 to 1844.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1752UMS/KIMBN/084Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of the tolls for securing £50 and interest: the Trustees to John Simpson of Covington.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1755 (i)UMS/KIMBN/065Assignment of the tolls for securing £100 and interest: the Trustees of the Kimbolton Turnpike road to his Grace the Duke of Manchester.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1755 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/096Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of tolls for securing £50 and interest: the Trustees to Sutton Pope.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1757 (i)UMS/KIMBN/061Assignment of the tolls for securing £59 and interest: the Trustees of the Kimbolton Turnpike road to Rev William Tomkyns.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1757 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/088Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of the tolls for securing £50 and interest: the Trustees to John Waller of St Neots.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1776UMS/KIMBN/086Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of tolls for securing £50 at 4½%: the Trustees to John Simpson of Covington.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1782UMS/KIMBN/090-093Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignments of the first, second, third and fourth shares of £50 at 4½%: the Trustees to George Welstead.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1801UMS/KIMBN/095Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of tolls for securing £50: the Trustees to Charles Bloodworth.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1806UMS/KIMBN/087Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of five securities of £50 each upon the tolls: Charles Welstead of Kimbolton to Benjamin Welstead of the same place.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1819UMS/KIMBN/089Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of two securities of £50 each upon the tolls: William Stead to Benjamin Welstead.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1820UMS/KIMBN/085Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of a security of £50 upon the tolls: Robert Hanslip and Mary his wife to Benjamin Welstead of Kimbolton.
KIMBOLTON Turnpike1822UMS/KIMBN/094Kimbolton Turnpike Road: assignment of a security of £50 upon the tolls: the Trustees to Benjamin Welstead.
KIMBOLTON, Parish of1836UMS/KIMBN/035Draft of lease of premises in Kimbolton: the vicar and churchwardens of the parish of Kimbolton to --- Colls and wife.
KING, Charlesc.1867UMS/GLATT/20Collection of autograph letters from Charles King to Cuthbert Bede, dated c. 1867 from Eynesbury with one from Torquay, undated but probably 20 years later.
KING, Elizabeth1767UMS/HOLME/01Assignment of mortgage on a messuage and farmhouse and 170 acres of land in Holme Fen: Elizabeth King of Covent Garden, spinster, to Daniel Hopkins of Huntingdon, by the direction and consent of John Alcock of Holme, grazier, and Mary his wife.
KING, Elizabeth1829UMS/S.NEO/216Probate of the will of Elizabeth King of St Neots, widow.
KING, James1672UMS/SWINS/48Appointment of James King of Huntingdon by Walter Pheasant of Swineshead to the Stewardship of the Manor of Upwood.
KING, James1720UMS/EYNES/161Surrender by James King's tenants in the manor of Eynesbury to Mary Neale unless £45 is paid by them to Mary Neale.
KING, John1666UMS/COLNE/03Conveyance, John King of Lynn-Regis Co. Norfolk, bricklayer, to William Whitlsey of Colne Co. Hunts., of one acre of arable land in Colne.
KING, John1724UMS/TILBR/08Manor of Tilbrook: admission of John King of Chelsea, Doctor of Theology, on the surrender of John Mordaunt.
KING, John1759 (i)UMS/O.WES/29Lease and release of a piece of land and homestead in Old Weston: John King the younger of Gt Stukeley to John Bond of the same.
KING, John1759 (ii)UMS/O.WES/32Assignment of mortgage for £80 and interest: John King the younger of Great Stukeley, yeoman, to John Bond of the same, gent, premises in Old Weston.
KING, John1801UMS/TILBR/20Manor of Tilbrook: licence to take down a Hog Stye and Stable, granted to Rev John King of Pertenhall.
KING, Luke1709UMS/S.NEO/215Release of property in St Neots: Luke King of London, and Thomas Atwood of St Neots, to John Bowes of Clerkenwell.
KING, Mary1721UMS/EARTH/07Conveyance by Mary King of Pidley cum Fenton, widow (Mary Angell dau. of Ann, wife of Stephen Peck deceased…..to John King of Earith (woolcomber) younger son of Mary, a piece of ground in the tenure of Tho. Peck, etc. dated 10 Aug. 1721.
KING, Mary1739UMS/GODMC/081Lease for a year: Mary King of St Ives, widow, to John King of the same, ironmonger, of land in Godmanchester.
KING, Peter1719UMS/SPALD/038Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Peter King and his wife to a messuage and premises in Stow.
KING, Robert1677UMS/FENTN/03Feoffment by Robert King of Houghton and Mary his wife, to Stephen Perke of Fenton and Anne his wife, of a messuage and fenny ground in Fenton with agreement to levy a fine.
KING, Thomas1755UMS/G.STA/077Receipt given by Thomas King (his mark) for £10 left him in the will of Thomas Stocker.
KING, William1795UMS/S.NEO/350William King's notes dating the arrival of his manservants, with notes on his life and habits by Joseph Wright.
KINGSTON, Alfred1893UMS/S.NEO/485Letter from A. Kingston on his book about East Anglia and the Civil War, re battle of St Neots.
KINGSTON, Alfred1897UMS/MILIT/05Inskip Ladds' transcript of the book by Kingston "East Anglia in the Great Civil War" (published 1897).
KINGSTON, Countess of1691UMS/ORT.L/01Grant by the Rt Hon. Ann, Countess Dowager of Kingston-upon-Hull, as patroness of the parish church of Long Orton, to Richard Carrier of Long Orton, clerk, the next Advowson presentation of the church there.
KINGSTON, Earl of1704UMS/ORT.L/02Faculty Office deed appointing Robert Carryer as domestic chaplain to Evelyn, Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull, December 1704.
KIPPAX, Mary Tomlinson1809UMS/KIMBN/163Conveyance. Herediments in Great Catworth and Kimbolton. Release by Mrs Mary Tomlinson Kippax, widow of the late Nevile Tomlinson, gent., to Messrs. Day, Ladds and Wingate. Dated Sept. 1809.
KIRK, John1788UMS/ELTON/08Lease for a year. John Kirk of Peterborough, brazier, to David Roberts of Brentford Co. Middx. Esq., of a cottage and garden in Elton.
KIRTON, Samuel1822UMS/PIDLY/07Release: Mr Samuel Kirton to Mr William Wiles, of land at Pidley, from judgement.
KITCHEN, William1759UMS/BUCKD/062Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by William Kitchen of a messuage lying in Buckden, to the use of John Cooper of Buckden, hostler.
KITCHEN, William1759 (i)UMS/BUCKD/056Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by William Kitchen of a messuage to the use of John Cooper of Buckden, duly admitted tenant. Surrender by the said John Cooper of the said messuage to the use of the said John Cooper and Mary his wife.
KITCHEN, William1759 (ii)UMS/BUCKD/098Manor of Buckden. Deed of surrender (legal bond form). William Kitchen of Grantham, yeoman, to John Cooper of Bugden, Hostler, of messuage, barns, stables etc.
KITCHIN, John1753UMS/PAXTN/25Admission of John Kitchin to Thomas Goodjohn of Gt Paxton, to the tenancy of land in Gt Paxton.
KNEVETT, Thomas1577UMS/THURN/03Grant by Thomas Knevett of Ashewelthorpe, Co. Norfolk, Esq, to Robert Byworth, Robert Smith, Nicholas Smith and Sylvester Collyn of Thurnyng, husbandmen, in consideration of £500, of the Manor of Thurnyng with all rights, etc.
KNIGHT, Ann1795UMS/TILBR/26Abstract of title: Ann Knight and Neville Tomlinson to an estate in Tilbrook.
KNIGHT, Samuel1747UMS/BLUNT/01Admission of Samuel Knight, clerk in holy orders, in the manor of Bluntisham Stockings.
KNIGHT, WilliamNo dateUMS/TILBR/29Plan of William Knight's Wornditch estate, 19th century.
KNIGHT, William1828UMS/KIMBN/046Abstract of the title of William Knight to a freehold estate in Wornditch.
KNIGHTLEY, Joseph1825UMS/S.IVE/086Manor of St. Ives: deed of admission of Robert Knightley, cordwainer, on surrender by Joseph Knightley, butcher, to property in St Ives. Names several earlier occupiers. Dated 1 November 1825.
KNIGHTLY, Elwes1797UMS/S.IVE/039Lease for a year by Elwes Knightly of St Ives, haymaker, to John Ashton of the same, draper, of a messuage near the Sheep Market.
KNIGHTLY, Joseph1785UMS/S.IVE/025Abstract of the title of Joseph Knightly to a copyhold estate in St Ives.
KNIGHTLY, Joseph1806UMS/S.IVE/014Copy of surrender: Joseph Knightly of St Ives, butcher, to the use of his will.
KNIGHTLY, Joseph1812 (i)UMS/S.IVE/015Copy of surrender: Joseph Knightly, to John Piggott, of property in St Ives.
KNIGHTLY, Joseph1812 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/060Bond: Joseph Knightly of St Ives to John Piggott of the same, cooper, in £400, for the surrender of property in St Ives.
KNIGHTLY, Robert1696UMS/S.IVE/141Admission of Robert Knightly, son and heir of Hannah Knightly, admitted to messuage and land(?). Copy of Court Roll, Manor of St Ives with Slepe and Burstellars, October 1696.
KNIGHTLY, Robert1712UMS/S.IVE/142Manor of St Ives, October 1712, Robert Knightly, junior and Eleanor (?) his wife admitted to messuage or tenement. Text in Latin.
KNIGHTLY, Robert1789UMS/S.IVE/022Abstract of Robert Knightly's title to ten acres of meadow in St Ives meadow.
KNIGHTLY, Robert1827UMS/S.IVE/024Copy of Surrender of Robert Knightly of St Ives, cordwainer, to Joseph Upsher of the same, and Joseph Vipan of Sutton, Isle of Ely, farmer.
KNIGHTLY, Thomas1715UMS/SOMER/72Manor of Somersham: surrender by Thomas Knightly of St Ives, butcher, to Anne Rule of Royston, of marsh ground in Colne Fen, bequeathed to him by Thomas Butler, deceased, his grandfather. To secure £35.
KNIGHTLY, Thomas1765UMS/S.IVE/148Manor of St Ives, 16 October 1765: admission of Thomas Knightly on the death of his mother and father (Robert and Eleanor), a close of pasture (Mill Hill Close).
KNIGHTON, John1878UMS/COVIN/11Probate of the will of John Knighton of Flintham of Covington.
KNIGHTON, Thomas1740UMS/SAWTY/08Manor of Sawtry, copy of Court Roll: admission of Thomas Knighton, as guardian of John Adington, to cottage and arable land.
KNIGHTS, Thomas1854-1900UMS/HUNTS/02Harvest statistics, 1854-1900: wheat, first ears and date of cutting. Pencil note: "written by the late Thomas Knights". Note that the date 9th June 1900 is entered, but no data, Knights died 26th September 1902. See also BMS/HEM.G/01-38, the diaries of Thomas Knights: he had commented on his failing health in the diary.
KNIGHTS, Thomas1862 (i)UMS/HEM.G/128Lease of Mill etc. at Hemingford, dated 3 November 1862. Duke of Manchester to Thomas Knights, miller. Seal and signature of Duke of Mancheser.
KNYVETT, Thomas1580UMS/THURN/05Grant by Thomas Knyvett of Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, to John Broket of Stow Longa, Hunts., Thomas Pagytt of Barnwell, Northants., of the Advowson of the parish church of Thurnyng.
KTICHEN, John1752UMS/PAXTN/36Copy of a surrender by John Kitchen to Thomas Goodjohn of Gt Paxton, carpenter, of one acre of meadow ground in Gt Paxton.
KYRKE, Robert1632UMS/HEM.G/037Deed of exchange made between Robert Kyrke and Luke Fielde of a close abutting the pond and Boadway Close in Hemingford Grey.
LACEY1670UMS/FENST/29Indenture. Land in Fenstanton, from Mr Martin to Mr Lacey and his wife, 15 July 1670.
LADDS Family1820-57UMS/GENEA/02Copies of parish register entries - apparently extracts, not originals, though written on the correct 19th-centuryforms. One set has Ladds family entries. Parishes: Alconbury, Barham, Buckden, Catworth, Brampton, Godmanchester, Huntingdon etc. Only extracts of interest to the compiler, not continuous register sheets.
LADDS familyNo dateUMS/GENEA/55Notes on wills and family tree, descent from William Ladds of Barham and his wife Ann Henson of Gt Gidding, 18th-19th century; locations mainly in Huntingdonshire, some Cambridgeshire.
LADDS FamilyNo date (i)UMS/GENEA/03Scrap book: collection of cuttings and written notes relating to several Hunts. parishes, some genealogy, correspondence etc.
LADDS FamilyNo date (ii)UMS/GENEA/04Copies of wills of relatives of S. Inskip Ladds, mainly 20th century, with official papers showing details of administration etc.
LADDS FamilyNo date (iii)UMS/GENEA/05Rough notes on the wills of various members of the Ladds family.
LADDS FamilyNo date (iv)UMS/GENEA/06Transcripts of parish registers, family trees, wills etc., Ladds & Montagu families.
LADDS FamilyNo date (v)UMS/GENEA/07Parish register transcripts re all branches of the Ladds family, from a large number of Hunts parishes. Some other families, mainly connected by marriage, and a few other references of general interest.
LADDS, Ann1845 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/558Mortgage to Mr Carrington, 31 December 1845 (draft).
LADDS, Ann1845 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/559Mortgage deed, 31 December 1845.
LADDS, Ann1847UMS/S.NEO/560Conveyance of property to Mr Powell, 5 January 1847 (copy).
LADDS, John1845 (i)UMS/S.NEO/557One of four documents concerning a farm at Toft, Cambridgeshire. References to Ann Ladds under the will of John Ladds and Mr John Carrington of St Neots, ironmonger. Release of farm, on receipt of payment of £1,100 by Mrs Ann Ladds, 30 Dec 1845.
LADDS, John1858-9UMS/GENEA/56Legacy duty demand and valuation: three papers: a) dated 20 July 1858, request re freehold in Tempsford and Everton, adressed to John Emery, carpenter, Roxton; b) same date, part proceeds as above, addressed to Edward [?Amps], tailor, Toft near Caxton; c) land agent's valuation of the freehold dated 25 February 1859. The legacies resulted from the death of Ann Ladds on 2 February 1848. See Ladds genealogy at UMS/GENEA/55.
LADDS, S. Inskip1896UMS/HUNTS/08Two copies of a MS transcript of the Taxatio Ecclesiastica of 1291, Huntingdonshire entries. Transcribed by Ladds in 1896 (while he was still living at his father's address in Doughty Street, London). The original MS listed benefices granted to Edward I for an expedition to the Holy Land.
LADDS, S. Inskip1909UMS/FENS/09Extracts copied from published works: 49pp of extracts from Miller & Skertchley, 1878, "Fenland Past & present"; 44pp from Marr & Shipley, 1904, "Handbook of Natural History of Cambs."
LADDS, S. Inskip1914UMS/SAWTY/07Sawtry Abbey, Huntingdonshire: the MS of Ladds' article and pamphlet (see S. Inskip LADDS, 1914, in printed books index).
LADDS, S. Inskip1924UMS/BUCKD/102Collection of Notes by Inskip Ladds; mainly descriptions and drawings of the Palace at Buckden. Several prints of 1838.
LADDS, S. Inskip1932UMS/S.IVE/080Inskip Ladds' specification for the building of the caretaker's house of the Norris Library, works copy.
LADDS, S. Inskipc.1925 (i)UMS/HUNTS/06Comments on the Victoria County History, Huntingdonshire vol. i: mostly corrections or differences of opinion (some sharp comment).
LADDS, S. Inskipc.1925 (ii)UMS/TOPOG/27"An attempt to place names to the Roman towns in Hunts." (pencil note on cover). Collection of notes on barrows etc. which are outside Huntingdonshire, also a typescript of "A New Survey of England" by N. Salmon, LL.B., London 1731 (claims "the defects of Camden are supplied and the errors of his followers remarked"). Pencil diagrams etc.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (i)UMS/BARHM/09Transcript of Barham Parish Registers (17th -19th C) Description of original registers with transcript of Baptisms 1695-1812. Some earlier (selective) extracts from transcripts then at Lincoln or Hunts. Marriages 1698-1836.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (ii)UMS/EASTN/13Transcript: marriages in the parish of Easton cum Stow Longa 1709-1812 "made by kind permission of the Revd. G.E. Sharland, vicar". Clearly written, with introduction.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (iii)UMS/HUNTN/151a) Two transcripts of deeds: consent of King Charles the Second to the Union, with transcript of deeds of William, Bp of Lincoln. b) Letter from Inskip Ladds to Mr Proby re transfer of original documents; concerns the change of Registrar on reignation of Archdeacon Veasey. A note in pencil, unsigned, appears to be from Mr Proby.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (iv)UMS/ADMIN/18Extracts from Domesday Book (primarily for Hunts, some other counties) and general notes including equivalents of Latin terms etc.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (v)UMS/GENEA/43Hunts. Marriage Allegations: the original transcript by Ladds, since published and indexed at Huntingdon Record Office. Mainly 19th century and with some baptisms.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (vi)UMS/GENEA/47Roughly compiled family tree of the FOX and HOPKINS families, ?in the hand of Inskip Ladds: begins with claim to the arms of Fox of Hunts, 1682/3, includes Fox of Hamerton, marriage of female line to Robinson, subsequently Hopkins, inc. a vicar of Hartford 1828-57.
LADDS, S. InskipNo date (vii)UMS/LANDS/04Transcript by Ladds of original Huntingdon Archdeaconry documents, by parish: inventories of churches, descriptions of parsonage and glebe, names of incumbents, churchwardens, some proprietors.
LADDS, Thomas1775UMS/S.NEO/548Pleas at Westminster: Recovery, grant of meadow and pasture at St Neots to Thomas Ladds, gent.
LADDS, Thomas1799 (i)UMS/S.NEO/147Copy of the will of Thomas Ladds of St Neots.
LADDS, Thomas1799 (ii)UMS/SPALD/109Abstract of title to land in Catworth (manor of Spaldwick): begins 19 Oct 1748, Robert Hardley surrender Peacock, 1774 to Francis Cockerill, 1785 will of Francis Cockerill to his son Robert of freehold and copyhold in Catworth, Oct 1794 admission of Thomas Ladds. Some later MS notes on the family of Hangar and Ladds.
LADDS, W.1820UMS/O.WES/49Title to a mill etc. in Old Weston: abstract begins May 1714, property to William, son of William Appleyard: several pages, details of changes of ownership: Jacobs, Bright, Sweeting, W. Ladds.
LADDS, William1702UMS/BARHM/08Bond: William Ladds of Barham and Thomas Ladds of Catworth. Witness Richard and Frances Sexton and Thomas Andrews.
LADDS, William1740UMS/STO.L/21Article of Agreement between William Ladds of Barham and the Rev. Dr. George Reynolds of Peterborough, for the surrender of lands in Long Stow.
LADDS, William1740 (i)UMS/SPALD/044Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of William Ladds to a messuage and lands on the surrender of John Browne and John Browning.
LADDS, William1740 (ii)UMS/STO.L/21Articles of agreement between William Ladds of Barham and Rev Dr George Reynolds of Peterborough, for the surrender of lands in Long Stow.
LADDS, William1756UMS/CATWO/86Indenture. Lease by William Ladds to James Ladds: messuage and 30 acres etc. late in the occupation of John Selby. Mentions Elizabeth Ladds.
LADDS, William1797UMS/SPALD/018Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: absolute surrender of a messuage and premises, William Ladds of Spaldwick to Neville Tomlinson of Kimbolton.
LADDS, William1809UMS/CATWO/75Indenture (Final Agreement, Westminster, before the Justices). John Woodham and Elizabeth his wife to William Ladds: two messuages, cottages and land in Great Catworth. Wm Ladds paid £200.
LADDS, William1835UMS/SPALD/111Abstract of title of freehold and copyhold estate at Easton and Spaldwick, Mr James Mann and Mr William Ladds trustees under the will of William Ladds late of Spaldwick; abstract begins 1767 with purchase of freehold from Richard Hatley kt. Long and detailed.
LADDS, William1880UMS/ELLIN/22Probate of the will of William Ladds of Ellington, farmer.
LADDS/BEAUMONT1755UMS/CATWO/87Assignment. Concerns property in Fenstanton as well as Catworth. William Ladds is described as "late of Catworth".
LADYMAN, William1703UMS/ADMIN/41jProbate of the will of William Ladyman, senior, of Aldbury Co. Hertford, executor William Ladyman, dated 19th February 1703.
LAMB, Joseph1718UMS/HEM.G/063Certificate stating that Joseph Lamb is legally settled in the town of Goole in Yorkshire.
LAMB, Thomas1735UMS/HUNTN/067Mortgage by Thomas Lamb of Huntingdon, gardener, to Elizabeth Church of the same, widow, of a messuage in St John's Huntingdon to secure payment of £20.
LAMBE, Martha1764UMS/O.WES/12Release of three acres of land in Old Weston: Martha Lambe of Bedford, widow, to Elmes Foster of London, gent.
LAMBERT, James1815UMS/ADMIN/47Inquisition of the Hundred of Norman Cross: coroner's verdict on the death "in a natural way by the visitation of God" of James Lambert of Overton Longville on 7 October 1815.
LAMBOURNE, James1739UMS/HEM.G/020Conveyance of property in Hemingford Grey in trust for the use of Egbert Guede's Charity: James Lambourne of St Clement Danes, button seller, and John Van Rixtel of London, to Harman Jacobs and others. (Dutch Church, Austin Friars).
LANCASTER1764UMS/HAILW/38Terrier and valuation, detailed tabulation. Mrs Lancaster's estate was worth £74 6s 7d in rack rents per annum. Her copyhold is not included. Tenants named: John Banks, James Bruce, Mrs Bearsly, John Smith, John Bruce.
LANCASTER1765UMS/HAILW/03Abstract of the title of Mrs Lancaster to a freehold estate at Hail Weston.
LANCASTER1800UMS/HAILW/13Abstract (copy) of the title of Mrs Lancaster to a freehold estate at Hail Weston.
LANCASTER, John1773UMS/HUNTN/041Feoffment of premises in Huntingdon: John Lancaster of St Ives, merchant, to Thomas Pattison of Huntingdon, maltster.
LANCASTER, Mary1763UMS/HAILW/10Mortgage between Mary and Sarah Lancaster to Thomas Benson, all of Cambridge, on property in Hail Weston.
LANCASTER, Richard1739 (i)UMS/HUNTN/088Lease for a year of a dwelling house in St Bennet's Huntingdon: Richard Lancaster of St Ives, barber chirurgeon, to Richard Lancaster of St Ives, leather cutter.
LANCASTER, Richard1739 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/007Release of a dweelling house in St Ives in the occupation of Christopher Durham: Richard Lancaster, barber chirurgeon, to Robert Lancaster, leather cutter, both of St Ives.
LANDELL, Thomas1727UMS/BUCKD/094Manor of Buckden. Copy of Court Roll. Surrender of land in Walises Close and ten roods of meadow. Thomas Landell to William Whitworth, Gent.
UPWOOD1667UMS/UPWOD/015Surrender in court of lands at Upwood.
LANE, Henry1707UMS/STO.L/24At the court of the Manor of the Prebend of Stow Longa: abstract of admission and surrender from Henry Lane to William Deane.
LANE, Henry1707xUMS/STO.L/24At the Court of the Manor of the Prebend of Stow Long.Abstract of admisiion and surrender from Henry Lane to William Deans.
LANE, Walter1622UMS/SOMER/22Admission of Walter Lane in the Manor of Somersham.
LANGHAM1659UMS/STANG/05Declaration of trust by James and Stephen Langham to the Earl of Westmorland.
LANGHAM, James1675UMS/RAMSY/055Counterpart of Sir James Langham's, Sir William Langham's, and Sir Stephen Langham's Assignment of Colonel William's Mortgage.
LANGHAM, Sir John1607UMS/RAMSY/058Particulars of lands in Ramsey which are excepted out of Sir John Langham's security.
LANGLEY, Thomas1768UMS/S.NEO/258Certificate that Thomas Langley, Mary his wife and his two sons, John and Thomas are inhabitants of St Neots.
LANGSTON1809UMS/S.NEO/432Extracts from the deeds of assignment of St Neots Paper Mill to Messrs Langston & Co.
LANSDALE, George1705UMS/RAMSY/039Conveyance by George Lansdale of Ramsey, yeoman, to Henry Anderson, yeoman, of fen ground in Woodsend in Ramsey.
LANT, George1840UMS/ELLIN/21Absract of title of the family of the late George Lant to several closes of freehold land in Ellington.
LANT, John1803UMS/EASTN/07Abstract of title of John Lant and his wife to freehold and copyhold premises in Easton and Ellington.
LAST, Frederick1848UMS/HUNTN/010Marriage settlement made on the marriage of Frederick Last of Huntingdon and Martha Kay of the same.
LAST, Martha1868UMS/HUNTN/005Release of trust funds: Martha Last to Messrs Kay and Margetts of Huntingdon.
LAST, Martha1871 (i)UMS/HUNTN/001Executorship account by Charles Berkeley Margetts, of the estate of Martha Last of Huntingdon.
LAST, Martha1871 (ii)UMS/HUNTN/031Probate of the will of Martha Last of Huntingdon, widow.
LATTIMOR, Isaac1745UMS/RAMSY/064Mortgage by Isaac Lattimor of Ramsey, husbandman, and Mary his wife, to Edward Ferriar of Huntingdon, gent., of a parcel of fen in Loads End, in Ramsey, to secure payment of £40.
LATTON, Robert1651UMS/S.IVE/090Manorial surrender: Robert Latton to John Ibbot, "le Bull . . . situate . . . in le Bridge Street . . ."
LAUGHTON, John1729UMS/CATWO/02Conveyance by John Laughton of Brington Co. Hunts., gent., and Mary Laughton of Brington, widow, to William Bunbury of Great Catworth Co. Hunts., of 40 acres of land in Catworth.
LAUNDYNo dateUMS/S.NEO/488Letters on the Laundy and Downham families.
LAUNDY, Thomas1793UMS/S.NEO/317A leaf from Thomas Laundy's ledger, with newspaper cuttings about his school.
LAUNDY, Thomas1817UMS/S.NEO/299Copy of the will of Thomas Laundy, schoolmaster, of St Neots.
LAVENDER, E. Price1951UMS/S.IVE/165Building specification for conversion at No. 15 Crown Street, St Ives: E. Price Lavender, architect, of St Ives to F.A. Standen Esq.
LAVENDER, Richard1687UMS/RAMSY/084Mortgage by Richard Lavender of Ramsey, to William Peacock of Huntingdon, mercer, of a cottage with two lots of fen ground in Loadsend Fen in Ramsey to secure £30.
LAVENDER, Thomas1781UMS/BURY/06Will of Thomas Lavender, late of Bury, yeoman, proved by Thomas Lavender, son and executor.
LAWE, Thomas1571UMS/PAXTN/19Feoffment by Thomas Lawe and Agnes his wife, Thomas Crosse and Anna his wife, Helena and Joan Hatley, sisters and co-heirs of Philip Hatley, deceased, to William Bugby, gent., of all their messuages, lands etc. in Paxton Parva and Magna, with one cottage excepted.
LAWRENCENo dateUMS/SWINS/47Schedule of lands purchased by Lawrence of Kimbolton, situated in Swineshead. 17th century.
LAWRENCE, Henry1629UMS/S.IVE/152The Court of Wards: indenture concerning the inheritance of Henry Lawrence Esq., son of Sir John Lawrence, knight (presumably Henry had been a ward of Court). Estates in Huntingdonshire. The "Valor" of the lands is attached (text in Latin). Some obvious refs. to "capital messuage" etc. beginning with Slepe (St Ives) but also property in Gt Paxton and Offord Cluny. Tags for seals. Dated 1629.
LAWRENCE, John1697UMS/ELLIN/07Mortgage by John Lawrence of Ellington, gent., and John Bradshaw of the same, to Catherine Spencer of Huntingdon, widow, of two acres of freehold pasture ground with appurtenances in Ellington, to secure payment of £30 on Jan. 10th next.
LAXTON, Mary1724UMS/BLUNT/05Bond from Mary Laxton of Bluntisham in Co. Hunts., widow, to William Knight of the same, professor of theology, in the sum of £120.
LE NEVE, John1774UMS/ADMIN/41eProbate of the will of John Le Neve, late of Colne, weaver, administration granted to Dorothy his widow.
LEACH, Richard1693UMS/RAMSY/037Conveyance by Richard Leach of Ramsey, yeoman, to Charles Hammond of the same, yeoman, of a parcel of pasture in Muchwood in Ramsey.
LEACH, Richard1740UMS/S.NEO/218Fine made between Richard Leach, Wiliam Wright and John Wells, plaintiffs, and John Bull, William Wollaston, William Staines and Ann his wife, deforciants, of premises in St Neots, Easton and Molesworth.
LEACH, Richard1815UMS/ELTON/13Inquisition taken at Elton, Hundred of Norman Cross, into the death of Richard Leach.
LEADING, Elizabeth1816 (i)UMS/SPALD/002Abstract of title: Elizabeth Leading to premises held of the manor of Spaldwick.
LEADING, Elizabeth1816 (ii)UMS/SPALD/057Abstract of title of Elizabeth the wife of James Leading to premises held of the manor of Spaldwick.
LEAKE, John1852UMS/PIDLY/18Declaration by Mr John Leake as to the identity of Mr Edward Johnson.
LEARY, Francis1735UMS/RAMSY/022Conveyance by Francis Leary of Ramsey, to Hannah Leary of the same, of a piece of fen in Ramsey.
LEE, Francis1779UMS/HEM.G/082Order to convey Francis Lee, a vagrant from the parish of St James, Westminster, to the parish of Hemingford Grey.
LEE, John1773UMS/HEM.G/078Examination by a magistrate of John Lee touching the last legal place of his habitation and work.
LEE, Sarah1752UMS/S.IVE/147Manor of Woodhurst: surrender by Sarah Lee of St Ives, widow, tenant of the Manor, to Thomas Knightley of St Ives, butcher; 8 acres of meadow lying in St Ives Meadow. 24 February 1752. Signed Sarah Lee, witnesses William Peace, Philip Bull.
LEE, Sarah1754 (i)UMS/S.IVE/012Bond: Sarah Lee to Thomas Knightly, on property in St Ives
LEE, Sarah1754 (ii)UMS/WDHUR/03Surrender by Sarah Lee, widow, to Thomas Knightly of St Ives, butcher, of eight acres of land in St Ives Meadow in the manor of Woodhurst.
LEEDES, Charles1803UMS/BLUNT/08Will of Charles Leedes, late of Bluntisham, gent., proved by George Bates, sole executor.
LEEDING, Thomas1786UMS/SOMER/08Release of a messuage in Somersham: Thomas Leeding of Needingworth, yeoman, to Samuel Brown of Chatteris, Cambs.
LEEDS, George1835UMS/S.NEO/259Assignment: Sir George Leeds to George W. Rowley of monies secured on turnpike tolls in Huntingdonshire.
LEEDS, George William1804UMS/GT.GR/079Bond for securing £1000 and interest: George William Leeds of Croxton Co. Cambs. to James Rust of Gt Gransden.
LEEDS, John1740UMS/COLNE/01Mr John Leeds Terrar of all his land and meadows in Colne in the Co. of Hunts.
LEEDS, John1746UMS/SOMER/05Will of John Leeds of Somersham, gent.
LEEDS, Sir George William1819UMS/PAXTN/02Abstract of title of Sir George William Leeds to the freehold manor of Paxton and divers freehold farms and lands in the parishes of Offord Darcy and Toseland.
LEES1831UMS/PAXTN/54Abstract of deeds, Mr Lees' estate held of the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln etc. Freehold and leasehold in Great Paxton, Toseland, and Offord Darcy. Details of property. Year 1831 with earlier references. (Toseland Manor).
LEIGHTONHOUSE, Samuel1814UMS/S.NEO/018Abstract of title: Samuel Leightonhouse to an estate in St Neots.
LEIGHTONSTONE HUNDRED1665UMS/ADMIN/23Tax assessment for the year 1665, dated 16/17 Charles II: Royal Tax to raise nationally £2,477,500. Monthly payments to be made by each village as shown over a three-year period. Three signatures, one seal.
LEMANNo date (i)UMS/GENEA/45Pedigree of the Leman family, tracing it back to the 15th century; covers 1485-1700, but the detail is in the 17th cent. William Leman, died 1667, is described as "of Warboys"; monument in Warboys church to John Leman, died 1781, a generation on from this tree. The Cromwell family sold the Manor to Sir John Leman in 1662.
LEMAN, Lady1702UMS/UPWOD/164Lady Leman's answer to Mr Pheasant's bill in the matter of the possessions etc. of Peter Pheasant, deceased, 31st October 1702.
LEMAN, William1684UMS/UPWOD/259Taxes, allowances, rates etc granted by William Leman during the minority of Peter Pheasant the younger, 1684.
LEMAN, WilliamNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/320William Leman (infant) v Mary Leman, widow. William Pheasant's Charge.
LEMAN, WilliamNo date (ii)UMS/UPWOD/321William Leman (infant) v Mary Leman, widow. William Pheasant's Charge.
LEMAN, WilliamNo date (iii)UMS/UPWOD/322William Leman (infant) v Mary Leman, widow. William Pheasant's Charge.
LEMAN, WilliamNo dateUMS/UPWOD/194Pedigree of Sir William Leman.
LEMON, WilliamNo dateUMS/WARBO/15Particulars of part of the estate of Sir William Lemon, Bart., to provide an annuity of £700 for his wife.
LENTON, Edward1788UMS/BUCKD/059Surrender (Manor of Buckden with the Members) by Edward Lenton of a cottage in Buckden to the use of William South, with provisor in £140.
LENTON, George1852UMS/ABBTY/12Abstract of the title of Mr George Lenton to a freehold property at Abbotsley.
LENTON, Henry1850UMS/SWINS/32Mortgage of an estate in Swineshead for securing £300: Henry Lenton of Rushden, Northants, cordwainer, to Jeremiah Fisher of Higham Ferrars, Northants, grocer.
LENTON, John1767 (i)UMS/ABBTY/04Admission of John Lenton in the manor of Abbotsley.
LENTON, John1767 (ii)UMS/ABBTY/24Admission of John Lenton, schoolmaster of Fen Stanton, to tenement, orchard, pasture etc. of the Manor of Abbotsley.
LETTICE, John1705UMS/EYNES/227Admission of Susanna Lettice (on the death of John Lettice) to messuage/farmhouse in Eynesbury. Money received by Simon Staughton and Morris Cooper.
LETTICE, John1715UMS/EYNES/234Manor of Eynesbury. Lengthy document, Latin text, refers to John Lettice and Susannah his wife. Apparently recovery of land. Names of tenants: Roe, Yarway, Staughton, Small, Pattison and others.
LETTICE, John1717 (i)UMS/EYNES/116Manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc. Surrender bond of John Lettice and Susan his wife, both of Eynesbury, to Robert Pattison of Eynesbury, of a messuage in Eynesbury to secure £100 with interest.
LETTICE, John1717 (ii)UMS/EYNES/124Manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc. Surrender bond, John Lettice and Susan his wife to Paul Pattison of a messuage and land in Eynesbury in £100.
LETTICE, John1721UMS/EYNES/195Manor of Eynesbury. Copy of Surrender of Mr John Lettice to Mrs Mary Shepard and her two daughters. Refers to Will of Symon Shepard late of Wornditch in the Parish of Kimblton.
LETTICE, John1726UMS/EYNES/127Bond whereby John Lettice of Kimbolton acknowledges himself bound to Robert Pattison of Eynesbury in £50 to perform certain covenants.
LEVITT, Robert1680UMS/GLATT/14Admission of Robert Levitt as son and heir of William Levitt to a messuage and two virgates of land after his death.
LEWIN, William1873UMS/SWINS/68Sale agreement, purchase of lot 4 (cottages at Swineshead) by Mr William Lewin, dated 19 February 1873.
LEWIS, Mary1813UMS/KIMBN/012Copy of the will of Mary Lewis of Kimbolton.
LEWIS, Thomas1840 (i)UMS/S.NEO/010Abstract of title: the trustees under the will of Thomas Lewis to a freehold estate in Cambridge Street, St Neots.
LEWIS, Thomas1840 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/530Title deed, property in St Neots and Huntingdon (for Mr John Brown, under the will of Mr Thomas Lewis). References to Scarbrow family.
LICHFIELD, Thomas1674UMS/COVIN/04Conveyance: Thomas Lichfield of Risley Co. Beds., yeoman, to Edward Briggs of Covington Co. Hunts., of a messuage and nine acres of arable land in Covington.
LINCOLN, James1835UMS/GT.GR/102Abstract of Title of Mr James Lincoln to an estate in Great Gransden, part freehold, part copyhold.
LINCOLN, William1738 (i)UMS/S.NEO/157Bond for quiet enjoying of premises in St Neots: William Lincoln of Compton, Beds., to Joseph Eayre of St Neots, bellfounder.
LINCOLN, William1738 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/213Lease for a year of a cottage in Eaton-Socon: William Lincoln of Campton to Joseph Eayre of St Neots, bellfounder.
LINCOLN/NORWICH, Bishops of1675UMS/RAMSY/135Rental and valuation, similar to UMS/RAMSY/134, but approved by the Bishops of Norwich and Lincoln.
LINDSEY, John1676UMS/FENST/15Marriage settlement of a messuage and land in Fenstanton between John Lindsey the younger of Fenstanton, yeoman, and Edward Lindsey the elder of the same place, yeoman, and Robert Coale of Fenstanton, cordwainer, made on the marriage of the said John Lindsey the younger and Mary Abett of Fenstanton, widow.
LINES, Samuel1820UMS/ADMIN/38Probate of the will of Samuel Lines of Flamsted, Herts., yeoman, William Lines executor, November 1820.
LINTON, Henry1837UMS/UPWOD/192Letter from Henry Linton, Vicar of Diddington asking "Dear Madam" (no name) for help towards Huntingdon Branch of the SPCK, 27th November 1837.
LITTLE CATWORTH INCLOSURE1781UMS/CATWO/10Extract from the Little Catworth Inclosure award.
LITTLE GIDDING, Manor ofNo dateUMS/L.GID/01Notice of a penalty of whipping for breaking hedges and carrying away wood of the manor of Little Gidding.
LITTLE GRANSDEN Allotments1815UMS/GT.GR/081Bill for fencing Little Gransden Allotments.
LITTLE PAXTON, Parish of1539-1702UMS/PAXTN/52Parish records: (a) Accounts 1580-1590, some sheets not dated; (b) Registers, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials 1539-1597 (incomplete); (c) Annual Easter Vestry minutes (appointment of churchwardens 1663-7, 1672, 1676, 1678-80, 1682-85, 1689, 1701-2) with misc. sheets (1606 etc).
LITTLE PAXTON, Parish of1606-1617UMS/PAXTN/53Accounts for Little Paxton 1606-12 and 1617: e.g. levies with names, churchwardens' outgoings; vestry meetings, election of churchwardens. Also UMS/PAXTN/53(a): Letter from "Warren" to "Lowerison" re these documents (and others, most likely in the Norris collection).
LITTLE STUKELEY***UMS/STUKESee also UMS/ABB.R/01, 1434 court roll of the manors of Abbots Ripton, Wardeboys and Stukeley Parva.
LITTLE STUKELEYNo dateUMS/STUKE/07A particular of the lands and rents of Little Stukeley belonging to William Buggin of North Cray in Kent, deceased. 17th century.
LITTLEHALES1809UMS/EYNES/027Copy of the will of the Rev. Richard Littlehales of Eynesbury.
LIVETT, Andrew1738UMS/GT.GR/047Surrender: Andrew Livett, gent., to Charles Caesar Esq., of Gt Gransden, of a cottage and land in Gt Gransden.
LIVETT, Richard1694UMS/GT.GR/015Marriage settlement between Richard Livett of Gt Gransden, clerk, and Joseph Barringer of Swineshead, gent., and Joseph his son, on the marriage of the said Richard Livett with Mary Barringer, spinster, whereby Richard grants to the said Barringers a messuage in Gt Gransden
LIVITT, James1812UMS/S.NEO/356Account by James Livitt for repairs to St Neots workhouse; account by Housden for groceries; promissory note for £5.
LOAKES, Giles1837UMS/KIMBN/166Abstract of Title to premises in Stonely in the Parish of Kimbolton. Earliest ref. in Title is dated 1751.
LOCK, William1626UMS/NON-H/089Copy of court roll, manor of Neatham: Court Baron of Sir Henry Compton Kt. and John Curson Kt, farmers of the Manor of Neatham; admission of William Lock on surrender of John Green, signature of George Duncumbe, Steward. Text in Latin.
LONDON SOCIETY OF HUNTINGDONIANS1899-1900UMS/NORRS/09Correspondence, mainly invitations from the Hon. Sec of the London Society of Huntingdonians to the Annual Dinner, or reminders etc re subscription. Addressed to Norris at Cirencester.
LONG, Margaret1873UMS/GODMC/059Probate (copy) of the will of Margaret Long of Godmanchester.
LONGLAND, John1646UMS/BUCKD/091Manor of Buckden. Copy of Court Roll. Latin Text. Inscribed on fold: "John Longlande his coppy to me for half an acer of meddo in Steeple Dole". Ref. to Orwell shelley, gent.
LONGLAND, Johnc.1660UMS/BUCKD/083Copy of Court Roll, Manor of Buckden. Transfer of copyhold, Thomas Crosse and John Longland. Smaller copy of Court Roll (attached) refers to Henry Burder and John Longland.
LONGLAND, Thomas1768UMS/SWINS/30Copy will of Thomas Longland of Swineshead, yeoman.
LONGMATE, Francis1794UMS/HUNTN/086Bond whereby Francis Longmate of Huntingdon acknowledges himself bound to Henry Sweeting of the same, in £40 to perform certain covenants.
LOVE, Daniel1824UMS/G.STA/086Indenture: release of premises in Staughton, Daniel Love, plumber and glazier, to Rev James Knight. Reference to the Ekins family. Associated documents: 1) George Ekins' will, 1812; 2) paper sketch plan; 3) Memorandum of sale agreement, Thomas Ekins/Daniel Love, 1824; 4) Mead's Estate (rents?); 5) Letters; 6) Copy of will of Thomas Woodward, proved 1807.
LOVE, Daniel1824xUMS/G.STA/009Abstract of Title: Daniel Love to a cottage and ground in Great Staughton.
LOVEL, Thomas1768UMS/S.NEO/316A Terrier of land as was Joseph Cook's in Uptharp Field, taken by Thomas Lovel.
LOVELL1805UMS/SOMER/03Plan and survey of New Farm, Somersham, by Mr Lovell, surveyor, of Huntingdon.
LOVELL, John1587 (i)UMS/STILT/07Conveyance by John Lovell of Nassington, Co. Northants., labourer, and Joan his wife, to Henry Martin, of premises in Stilton now or late in the tenure of Joan Smyth, widow.
LOVELL, Thomas1716 (i)UMS/EYNES/155Conditional surrender of copyhold estate in the manor of the rectory of Eynesbury by Thomas Lovell and Samuel Clark to John Barnes.
LOVELL, Thomas1716 (ii)UMS/EYNES/158Surrender by Thomas Lovell of tenement and orchard in Eynesbury to John Barnes, fellmonger, of Eynesbury.
LOVETT, Thomas1716UMS/EYNES/154Thomas Lovett and Edward West. (Latin document)
LOVING, Richard1763UMS/GODMC/125Richard Loving's bill and receipt for work done at Thorpe (paid by Mr. Smith and Mr. Tryce). Detailed account of building work. Total £13.13s.9d.
LOW, Christopher1662UMS/STUKE/05Acknowledgement by Christopher Low of Cliffords Inn, gent., of the receipt of £500, being part repayment of a loan of £3000 made by John Stone of Stukeley, brother of Cecilly the wife of the said Christopher Low, to Richard Conquest of Houghton Conquest, Beds., on the security of lands in Houghton Conquest.
LOWE, Francis1800UMS/PIDLY/82Lease: Mr Francis Lowe and his trustee to Mr William Bowker, for one year.
LOWE, Francis1800 (i)UMS/PIDLY/02Mortgage: Mr Francis Lowe and Mr J. Lindsell his trustee to Mr William Bowker in fee of an estate at Pidley, for £3200 and interest.
LOWE, Francis1800 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/40Lease: Mr Francis Lowe and his Trustee to Mr William Bowker for one year.
LOWERISON, Bellerby1930UMS/HOUGH/11"Ranald's Hold: a story of Reinhold's Farm by Bedford Town, 921 A.D.", typescript story by Bellerby Lowerison of Houghton.
LUCAS, John1844UMS/O.WES/44Abstract of the title of John Lucas to premises in Old Weston, purchased of Thomas Musson.
LUCAS, Robert Bromsal1807UMS/HEM.A/23Agreement between Robert Bromsal Lucas, farmer, to James Linton Esq., both of Hemingford Abbots, for sale and purchase of land in that village.
LUCAS, Robert Bromsall1808UMS/HEM.A/01Conveyance of an allotment of freehold land in Hemingford Abbots, with a covenant for the production of the title deeds, and an assignment of the residue of a term of 1000 years in trust to attend the inheritance: Robert Bromsall Lucas of Hemingford Abbots and others to John Thomas Baumgartner of Godmanchester.
LUCAS, William1738UMS/GT.GR/099Bargain and sale of a messuage and dwelling house in Gt Gransden: William Lucas of Gt Gransden to William Bamford of the same.
LUCAS, William1743UMS/GT.GR/021Surrender by William Lucas of Gt Gransden of 1½ acres of land in the fields of Gt Gransden, to the use of Thomas Carrington of the same, grocer.
LUDDINGTON, Richard1679UMS/S.NEO/119Exemplification of a recovery: Richard Luddington, petant, Thomas Trimmell, gent., defendant, Robert Wright, gent., vouchee.
LUDDINGTON, Richard1694UMS/S.NEO/171Release by Richard Luddington of Sawtry, yeoman, and Sarah his wife, to Margaret Taylor of St Neots, widow, of premises in St Neots.
LUDLOW, Earl1806UMS/G.STA/072Admission of Earl Ludlow and George Parker to six acres of land.
LUFF, Thomas1748UMS/S.IVE/057Copy of the will of Thomas Luff of St Ives, wheelwright.
LUFF, Thomas1810UMS/S.NEO/537Apprentice indenture: Thomas Luff, son of John Luff of St Neots, labourer, to Frances Pestill, of Buckden, cordwainer. Two signatures. Dated 19 May 1810.
LUKE1653-1765UMS/EYNES/236Henry Smith's affidavit dated 1831 and Eynesbury Parish Register extracts concerning the Luke family.
LUKE1677-1762UMS/EYNES/089Extracts from Eynesbury baptisms register, several of the Luke family.
LUKE1831UMS/EYNES/054Abstract of title to a freehold and copyhold farm in Eynesbury, formerly Luke's.
LUKE, Nicholas1669UMS/EYNES/189Copy of court record, concerns property of Nicholas Luke, text in Latin. Section in English states "that if the said Ann Luke doe marry any person or persons in the lifetime of her mother without her consent the said premises shall revert to the right heirs of the said (testator?) for ever".
LUKE, Nicholas1688UMS/EYNES/217Bond. Nicholas Luke "de Eynesbury Com. Huntingdon Gent teneri" bound to Philip Dixey of Eynesbury…..July 1688. Signed Nicholas Luke (with seal). Witnesses: William Jones, William Brown,
LUKE, Paul1600UMS/EYNES/221Indenture between Paul Luke of Puttocks Hardwick (Eynesbury) gent. and William Knighton of Arlingborough Co. Northampton, yeoman, and Roger Angell, yeoman, of Cople, Beds. Concerns premises in Chaldeston, Roxton, Wyboston in Co. Beds.
LUKE, Paulc.1558-60UMS/S.NEO/624Bond: grant of four acres and three roods of land at Wintringham, St Neots . . . Paul Luke to Edward Payne. Text in Latin, only partially transcribed. Several signatures and part of original seal.
LUKE, Samuel1710UMS/EYNES/113Manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc. Admission of Samuel Luke of Potton, gent., to a messuage in Eynesbury on the surrender of Matthew Lee of Potton Co. Beds., gent.
LUKE, Samuel1740UMS/EYNES/102Agreement regarding exchange of pews in Eynesbury church, between Samuel Luke and Mrs Mary Wylds and her daughter Elizabeth Charlotte.
LUKE, Samuel1754UMS/EYNES/095Copy of the will of Samuel Luke of Potton, gent., copyhold and freehold estate in Eynesbury.
LUKE, Samuel1803UMS/ABBTY/06Copy of the will of Samuel Luke of Potton in the County of Bedford. (His manor, messuages, lands, tenements and hereditaments with their appurtenances situated in Abbotsley).
LUKE, Samuel1831UMS/EYNES/077Extract from Eynesbury Inclosure award of an allotment to Samuel Luke.
LUKE, Sir Oliver1620UMS/ABBTY/11Letter of Attorney granted to James Pedley of Abbotsley by Sir Oliver Luke of Woodend in the county of Bedford.
LUKE, Walter1601UMS/TILBR/30Deed of Entail of Walter Luke of Hardwick.
LUKE, Walter1601-1686UMS/EYNES/224Parish Register extracts: Marriage of Walter Luke and Anne Edwards 6 August 1601. Also transcript of Eynesbury record of collection for repair of steeple (collection at Clent, Staffordshire in 1686).
LUKES, Mary1767UMS/EYNES/088Extract of burial register: Mary Lukes of Eynesbury.
LUNNIS, Elizabeth1841UMS/EYNES/237a-dReceipts for four legacies due under the will of Elizabeth Lunnis of Co. Bedford: executors Edward Peck the elder and the younger, both of Eynesbury, farmers.
LUNNIS, Richard1836UMS/NON-H/013Assignment of legacy: Messrs Clements and Sands to Mr George Smith under the Will of Richard Lunnis of Wrestlingworth, Bedfordshire.
LYME, George1819UMS/KIMBN/190Copy of will of Mr George Lyme of Pertenhall, Beds. (within 2 miles of Kimbolton), proved at Huntingdon. Estate "under £450". Note bequests and instructions for son's apprenticeship.
LYMINGE, Manor of1656UMS/KIMBN/097Plan of lands, being a moyetie of the Manor of Lyminge, "which lyeth in noe Parish and payeth noe Tyethes and lyeth within a mile of Kimbolton where ye Earl of Manchester hath a Castle standing to the south-west of this draught".
LYNDSEY, John1699UMS/FENST/30Indenture. John Lyndsey the elder, yeoman of Fensanton. Land in several parishes. Other names: Lacy (Fenstanton), Askham (St. Ives).
MACE1797UMS/KIMBN/154Abstract of title deeds to an estate in Stonely, late Mace's.
MACKANESS, John1812UMS/BUCKD/041Abstract of title of John Mackaness to premises held of the Manor of Buckden.
MACKENESS, George1763UMS/KIMBN/083Manor of Kimbolton: admission of George Mackeness and Mary his wife to lands and tenements.
MACKENESS, Mary1788UMS/KIMBN/082Manor of Kimbolton: admission of Mary Mackeness to a third part of premises and lands.
MACKENNESS, James1711UMS/RAMSY/102Bond of performance and covenants in penalty of £160: James Mackenness of Ramsey to Henry Smith of Raveley.
MACKENNY, Jane1712UMS/GODMC/019Indenture between Jane Mackenny of Godmanchester, widow, hereafter wife of William Key of the same, cordwainer, Richard Fletcher of Gt Raveley, labourer, and Elizabeth his wife, Mary and Hester Key, of the first part; William Cole of Godmanchester, gent., of the second part; James Paris of Godmanchester, gent., of the third part; witnessing a deed between the parties to lead to the uses of a recovery of premises in Godmanchester.
MACKERNESS, Robert1712UMS/O.WES/47Copy of the will of Robert Mackerness.
MACKERNESSE, Anne1701UMS/O.WES/09Deed to lead to the uses of a fine of a messuage and land in Old Weston, by Anne Mackernesse of Old Weston.
MACKERNESSE, Anne1710UMS/O.WES/30Probate of the will of Anne Mackernesse of Old Weston.
MACKERNESSE, James1700UMS/O.WES/28Settlement made on his wife and issue by James Mackernesse of Old Weston to William Pashler senior and junior of Molesworth. Lands in Old Weston.
MACKERNESSE, James1706UMS/O.WES/04Mortgage of a homestead and land in Old Weston: James Mackernesse of Old Weston and Susan his wife, and Anne Mackernesse of the same, widow, to John Wallpole of Abbots Ripton, grazier.
MACKERNESSE, Robert1712UMS/O.WES/20Mortgage of a messuage or tenement with homestead and common close of pasture and 17 acres of arable land to secure £60 with bond of performance: Robert Mackernesse of Old Weston to John Negus of Godmanchester.
MACKINESS, James1713UMS/O.WES/31Feoffment of a piece of ground whereon a messuage once stood in Old Weston: James Mackiness of Old Weston to Henry Smith of Great Raveley and Arthur Ashton of Brampton.
MACKNESS, George1750UMS/KIMBN/003Admission of George Mackness and Mary his wife to seven acres of land in the Manor of Kimbolton on the surrender of Charles Tristen and Elizabeth his wife.
MACKWORTH, Thomas1740UMS/HEM.G/001Assignment of mortgage by Thomas Mackworth of the town of Huntingdon, gent., and Edward Smith of St Ives, gent., to Robert Lemon of Huntingdon, saddler, of Fen land in Hemingford Grey and Wistow and arable land in Colne, etc., to secure £40 with interest.
MACLEOD, G. Gordon1930sUMS/HEM.G/127Dramatic poem by G. Gordon Macleod of the Manor House, Hemingford Grey.
MADDOCK, Matthew1779UMS/CATWO/34Will, true copy of the probate copy of so much of the will of the Rev. Matthew Maddock, late of Gt Catworth Co. Hunts., clerk, as relates to a cottage or tenement in Gt Catworth.
MADDY, Thomas1702UMS/S.NEO/221Indenture of Sale: Thomas Maddy to Elizabeth Maddy, widow, of a messuage in St Neots for £175.
MADLOW, William Samuel1837UMS/SWINS/39Abstract of the title of William Samuel Madlow to an estate at Swineshead.
MAIDSON, John1682UMS/S.NEO/224Articles of agreement between John Maidson of Godmanchester, dyer, and Henry Fox of St Neots, blacksmith, re property in St Neots.
MALDEN, Joshua1859 (i)UMS/S.NEO/011Conveyance in fee of a plot of land in St Neots: Joshua Malden of St Neots to Thomas Smith of Offord Darcy.
MALDEN, Joshua1859 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/637Abstract of Title: begins 1846, names John Brown (butcher), Samuel Sprigg (chemist and druggist), John Franklin (gardener), all of St Neots. Joshua Malden was "late draper of Biggleswade", then "yeoman of St Neots".
MALLARD, Henry1699UMS/COVIN/03Conveyance: Henry Mallard of Gt Gidding Co. Hunts., grazier, to John Mayer of Dean Co. Beds., of two messuages and nine acres of land in Covington.
MALLPASS, Richard1757UMS/UPWOD/105Richard Mallpass's contract with Mrs Warner for bricks, November 2nd 1757 (60,000 bricks at 6s 6d a thousand).
MALTBY, Edward1804UMS/BUCKD/112Admission of Thomas William, clerk, to the Rectory of Irnham, Lincolnshire, Dioc. of Lincoln, by Edward Maltby, BD. Signature of Edward Maltby and seal of the Episcopate.
MALTBY, Edward1810UMS/BUCKD/124Schedule of Estate belonging to Rev Edward Maltby DD……in Buckden, for Land Tax. Four tenements, orchard, gardens, buildings thereto, in the occupation of Thomas Sanders, Benjamin Andrews, Sukey Wright, Richard Linnage.
MALTON, Earl of1732UMS/O.WES/42Indenture between the Earl of Malton and the Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty for the maintenance of the poor clergy, re certain lands in Brington, Bythorn and Old Weston.
COOKE, Elizabeth1736 (iii)UMS/O.WES/35Letter from the Earl of Malton asking for all documents connected with the property in Old Weston and Brampton to be sent to Elizabeth Cooke.
MANDEVILLEc.1902UMS/KIMBN/205Notes and family tree of the Mandevilles, c.1090 to the 14th century, probably compiled from Public Records c. 1902.
MANN1837UMS/S.NEO/614Letter (postmark St Ives 15 May 1837) to Nevil Day re survey of Mr Mann's land made by Mr Bloodworth.
MANN, James1798UMS/S.NEO/293Copy of assignment of James Mann and Henry Sweeting of 1000 years to Mr Needham, Bear Inn, St Neots.
MANN, John1837UMS/FENST/21Plan of John Mann's meadow in Fenstanton.
MANN, Nicholas1749UMS/G.GID/02Probate of the will of Nicholas Mann of Great Gidding.
MANN, Sarah1888UMS/BUCKD/019Probate of the will of Sarah Mann, late of Buckden, spinster.
MANNINGE, Thomas1639UMS/HEM.G/027Feoffment of two acres of meadow in Hemingford Grey: Thomas Manninge of Shelton Co. Beds., to John Parnell of St Ives.
MANNOX, Manor of1700-1800UMS/GT.GR/052Minutes etc. of courts holden for the Manor of Mannox in Gt Gransden.
MANORIAL ADMISSIONNo dateUMS/LANDS/29Manorial admission, Latin text, reign of --- & Marie, King and Queen (?Philip and Mary) - cannot read location.
MANORSVariousUMS/HUNTS/05Extracts primarily from manorial documents or published comments thereon, giving names of holders of manors and in some cases of tenants. The typing is of a kind that often appears in the Inksip Ladds files - it must be either his or related to the Victoria County History.
MAPISH, William1770UMS/SPALD/008Abstract of title: William Mapish to land held of the manor of Spaldwick.
MARCRAM, Robert1791UMS/HEM.G/096Examination by Robert Marcram that he was settled in Hemingford Abbots.
MARGETTS1823UMS/HEM.G/129Plan/schedule. Plans of (1) Hemingford Grey Farm ("Margett's Land" pencil note) and (2) Somersham Farm, both dated 1823. (3) on reverse: much older schedule or terrier of land at Bythorn with names of tenants, probably 17 C.
MARGETTS, Charles1829UMS/HEM.A/13Release and covenant to levy a fine, of lands in Hemingford Abbots: Charles Margetts of Huntingdon, gent., to William Martin of Cambridge, innkeeper.
MARGETTS, Charles1830UMS/HUNTN/026Lease of a farm at Ramsey for 12 years: Charles Margetts of Huntingdon to William Dean of Ramsey.
MARGETTS, Charles Berkeley1912UMS/HUNTN/048Articles of partnership between Charles B. Margetts and Alfred Howard Barrett. (Two)
MARGETTS, Charles Berkeley1913UMS/HUNTN/047Articles of partnership between Charles Berkeley Margetts and George H.B. Peters (Margetts and Peters, Huntingdon).
MARGETTS, Elizabeth1862UMS/HUNTN/007Release and indemnity as to the trusts of the will of Elizabeth Margetts of Huntingdon: Hugh Jackson and others to Charles Margetts and Rev Henry Margetts.
MARGETTS, Elizabeth1868UMS/HUNTN/004Release of trust funds under the will of Elzabeth Margetts of Huntingdon: Rev Frederic Reade and others to Charles Margetts and Rev H. Margetts.
MARGETTS, Elizabeth1899UMS/HUNTN/049Release and indemnity under the will of Elizabeth Margetts of Huntingdon: Mrs Maule and others to Charles B. Margetts, executor and trustee.
MARGETTS, Francis1608UMS/WISTO/42Copy of Court Roll: Surrender by Francis Margetts, Richard Abbot and Margaret his wife of premises in Bainecroft to Jeremiah Rabie.
MARGETTS, Margaret1899UMS/HUNTN/050Release and indemnity under the will of Margaret Margetts of Huntingdon: Mrs Maule and others to Charles B. Margetts and Rev Philip Bevan, executors and trustees.
MARGETTS, Poulter1819UMS/PIDLY/79Assignment: Mr Poulter Margetts by direction of Mr Moyse and others to Mr Edward Johnson of terms.
MARGETTS, Robert1884UMS/HUNTN/051Mortgage of a share and interest in the trust funds under the settlement made by William Margetts of Huntingdon and Elizabeth his wife for securingt £500: Robert Margetts to William Waddell Ballard, both of Huntingdon.
MARGETTS, Thomas1789UMS/HEM.G/094Receipt for fencing and work done at the workhouse, from Thomas Margetts of Hemingford Grey to John Wright.
MARGETTS, William1802UMS/HEM.G/017Probate of the will of William Margetts of Hemingford Grey.
MARGETTS, William1813UMS/HUNTN/135Indenture. William Margetts and Elizabeth his wife, from William Smith.
MARGETTS, William1827UMS/SOMER/18Attested copy of certificate of the marriage of William Margetts with Ann Mason, and baptism of their son James.
MARGETTS, William1832UMS/HEM.G/033Cash book of William Margetts of Hemingford Grey.
MARK, Thomas1759UMS/NON-H/082Manor of Tasburgh Uphall with Boylands and Hunts: surrender, Mr Thos Mark and Elizabeth his wife to Mr Robert Browne. Pencil note "Boylands in Huntingdon", but "Hunts" seems to refer to a part of this Norfolk Manor.
MARKHAM, Edward1852UMS/S.NEO/146Copy of Depositions: Thomas Humpherys, John Gibson, Robert Hart, William Beach, Henry Tebbutt, James Brown and George Smith, as to Edward Markham and John Markham for sheep stealing.
MARMION, Cecilia1665UMS/EYNES/026Bargain and sale. Cecilia Marmion of Eynesbury, widow, to John Leyyice of Tempsford Co. Beds., yeoman, of 63 acres of arable land, leys and meadow lying in Eynesbury.
MARRIAGE ALLEGATIONSc.1630-1715UMS/GENEA/51Extracts of Huntingdonshire references from published Marriage Allegations, licences issued by the Faculty Office of the archbishop of Canterbury, copied by Norris.
MARRINGTON, William1803UMS/SOMER/20Admission of William Marrington of Somersham to property in Somersham on the surrender of Thomas Johnson of Broughton.
MARRIOT, William1770UMS/ADMIN/41cProbate of the will of William Marriot, yeoman, late of Ramsey, grant of administration to his widow Sarah Marriot.
MARRIOT. John1698UMS/RAMSY/046Lease for a year by John Marriott of March, gent, to Roger Burges, of Dodington, yeoman, of a messuage in the Great White and a lot of fen called Turf Croft in Ramsey.
MARRIOTT1833 & 1848UMS/S.NEO/512Receipted accounts of Mr Marriott.
MARRIOTT, Ann1815UMS/HEM.A/05Mortgage of a cottage and close of pasture ground in Hemingford Abbots to secure £40: Ann Marriott of that place, widow, to John Afford of the town of Huntingdon, cordwainer.
MARRIOTT, Anne1683UMS/HEM.A/19Marriage settlement: indenture between Anne Marriott of Hemingford Abbots, widow, and John her son of the first part; Richard Hill of Winhall Co. Warwick, barber, of the second part; Anne, daughter of the said Richard Hill, of the third part; appointing trustees for a marriage settlement on the marriage between John Marriott and the said Anne, and conveying premises in Hemingford Grey by the said John Marriott to the said Richard Hill and Jeremiah Sanders as trustees to uses set out.
MARRIOTT, John1663UMS/HEM.G/131(a) Indenture dated 12 May 1663: John Marriott of Woodhurst, husbandman, heir apparent of Edward Marriot, cooper……and Thomas Barre, labourer……Four pounds in hand and eight pounds to be paid to John Marriot. Refers to a cottage with rights of common abutting on the High Street, Hemingford Grey. (b) is a second copy of (a).
MARRIOTT, John1698UMS/RAMSY/083Conveyance by John Marriott of March, gent., to Roger Burges of Dodington, yeoman, of a messuage in the Great White in Ramsey and of a fen lot called the Turffe Croft in Ramsey.
MARRIOTT, John1700UMS/RAMSY/077Feoffment by John Marriott of March, gent., to James Sargant of Ramsey, yeoman, of a lot of fen ground in a fen called The Bill in the Manor of Ramsey.
MARRIOTT, John1721UMS/HEM.A/20Release by John Marriott of Hemingford Abbots, fellmonger, to John Marriott of the same, yeoman, of several parcels of land in the open fields of Hemingford Abbots.
MARRIOTT, John and Caleb1722 (i)UMS/HEM.A/16Lease for a year of 30 acres of arable land in Hemingford Abbots: John Marriott of Hemingford Abbots, yeoman, and Caleb Marriott of London, to Thomas Paris of London.
MARRIOTT, John and Caleb1722 (ii)UMS/HEM.A/18Conveyance by John Marriott of Hemingford Abbots, yeoman, and Caleb Marriott of London, to Thomas Paris citizen of London, of 300 acres of arable land in the fields of Hemingford Abbots.
MARSDEN and BROWN1797UMS/NON-H/022Final agreement between Marsden and Brown and others, concerning land and property at Great and Little Wratting, Suffolk, hearing (probably) before the Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, 1797.
MARSH, Robert1855UMS/SPALD/043Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: admission of Robert Marsh on the death of his mother.
MARSH, William1685-1688UMS/LANDS/18Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, Willam Marsh and Richard Grube, gents., refers to the Manor of Gatcombe, property at Portsey and Wymmeringe. Reign of James II.
MARSHALL, Benjamin1782UMS/GODMC/122Bond. Benjamin Marshall, miller, of Godmanchester, to William Margetts of Hemingford Grey, gent., £100 with interest, 15th March 1782.
MARSHALL, Samuel1679UMS/RAMSY/031Lease for a year by Samuel Marshall of Cambridge, to Robert Raby of Huntingdon, draper, of six lots of pasture or fen land in Ramsey.
MARSHALL, Samuel1687UMS/HUNTN/061Bargain and sale by Samuel Marshall of Cambridge and Olive his wife, to John Stanford of Huntingdon, gardener, of three tenements with a close of pasture in St John's Huntingdon.
MARSHALL, Thomas1679UMS/S.NEO/110Feoffment of a messuage in St Neots: Thomas Marshall of Godmanchester, barber, to Joseph Abbott of St Neots, butcher.
MARTIN, Ann Maria1836 (i)UMS/HEM.A/12Conveyance of freehold premises in Hemingford Abbots in trust to sell: Ann Maria Martin of Cambridge, widow, to the trustees of her marriage.
MARTIN, Ann Maria1836 (ii)UMS/NON-H/035Indenture, settlement on the marriage of Mrs Ann Maria Martin and Mr Charles Wagstaff of Cambridge.
MARTIN, Ann Maria1865UMS/NON-H/004Appointment of Trustees: Mr Charles Wagstaff and Messrs Norton and Swann. Note that this concerns the property of Ann Maria Martin, see probate document of 1832 (UMS/NON-H/009).
MARTIN, Edward1765UMS/S.NEO/128Fine made between Edward Martin, gent., plaintiff, and John Read and Jane his wife, William Gilby the younger, John Hews, and Mary Bucknall, spinster, deforciants, of a messuage and premises in St Neots.
LOVELL, John1587 (ii)UMS/STILT/08Bond whereby John Lovell of Nassington, Northants., and Joan his wife, acknowledge themselves bound to Henry Martin of Haddon, husbandman, to perform certain covanants. Lands in Stilton.
MARTIN, Henry1619UMS/FENST/05Feoffment by Henry Martin of Steeple Morden Co. Cambs, esq., to William Trigg of Fenstanton, husbandman, of one acre of land in the fields of Fenstanton.
MARTIN, John1670UMS/FENST/22Bargain and sale of a messuage and 40 acres of land in Fenstanton, John Martin of Fenstanton, gent., to John Lacey of Fenstanton, gent.
MARTIN, Jonathan1782UMS/UPWOD/004Copy of the will of Jonathan Martin of Upwood, yeoman.
MARTIN, Robert1811 (i)UMS/GODMC/116Letters from Robert Martin to William Childs re legacy receipts.
MARTIN, Robert1811 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/063Letter from Robert Martin of Godmanchester to L.B. Childs of London, telling him of the death of Mrs Hatley of St Ives.
MARTIN, Robert1811 (iii)UMS/S.IVE/069An account for the funeral expenses of Mrs Hatley rendered by Robert Martin of Godmanchester, executor.
MARTIN, Thomas1772UMS/HUNTN/081Lease for a year by Thomas Martin of Huntingdon to Stephen Whitchurch of Lowick Co. Northants, of third reversion of a messuage and tenement in St John's Huntingdon with outhouses etc.
MARTIN, William1816UMS/WISTO/07Lease for a year by William Martin of Bury, farmer, to John Page of Wistow, wheelwright, of a piece of ground in Wistow.
MARTIN, William1832UMS/NON-H/009The will of William Martin, late of the town of Cambridge, brewer. Probate 6th December 1832. Wife Ann Maria, property in Regent Street and other places in the town.
MARTON, Robert1584UMS/BUCKW/03Bargain and sale by Robert Marton of Hemingford Abbots, Co. Hunts., husbandman, son and heir of Richard Marton, late of the same, yeoman, deceased, to Thomas Thorowgood of Buckworth, Co. Hunts., yeoman, of a messuage in Buckworth and premises in Barham, Woolley, Hamerton and Leighton Bromswold, all in Co. Hunts.
MARTYN, John1870UMS/NON-H/015Conveyance: John Martyn Esq. to the rector and churchwardens of the parish of Pertenhall, Bedfordshire, a piece of land for a site for a school.
MARTYN, John King1811UMS/TILBR/18Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of Rev John King Martyn on the surrender of Rev John King.
MARTYN, John King1835UMS/TILBR/02Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of Rev John King Martyn on the surrender of Thomas Ekins and Susannah his wife.
MARTYNE, Henry1637UMS/HOLME/07Conveyance by Henry Martyne of Holme, yeoman, and Robert Martyne of Sawtry, yeoman, to Sir Thomas Cotton of Sawtry, bart., of a messuage called Slate House in the tenure of John Broughton in the fen end of Stilton, with other premises there.
MARTYN, John King1838UMS/TILBR/03Manor of Tilbrook: copy of admission of Rev John King Martyn on the surrender of Sarah Measures.
MASOM, John Tufton1769UMS/BUCKD/047Surrender by John Tufton Masom Esq., and Mary his wife, of 7 acres of land in Buckden, to the use of Rev William Whitworth, clerk, archdeacon of Sarum.
MASON, Alfred1878UMS/S.NEO/655Letter from Alfred Mason at Waterbeach to C. Wade Gery re valuation of an estate; also two other items not identified, found with it.
MASON, Edward1713UMS/S.NEO/116Lease for a year of a messuage or tenement and a yard of ground in St Neots: Edward Mason of Stamford, Northants., to John Pattison of St Neots, horse-buyer.
MASON, George18--UMS/GODMC/028Particulars of the land hired by George Mason at Godmanchester.
MASON, John1701UMS/FENST/10Quitclaim by John Mason of St Ives, gent., to the Rt Hon Mary Dowager Countess of Northampton, of the parsonage of Fenstanton with all houses, glebe lands etc., which had formerly been leased to him for 21 years at a yearly rental of £146, which is in arrear.
MASON, Simon1588UMS/GODMC/023Conveyance to Jasper Tryce of Godmanchester, gent., from Simon Mason of Lincolns Inn Fields of a messuage, tenement and arable lands in Godmanchester.
MASON, SymonNo dateUMS/GT.GR/107Legal statement re manorial documents (Court Leete and Court Baron of Great Gransden) in the possession of Symon Mason. Ref. to a Bill in Chancery. No date, the handwriting is 17th century.
MASON, Thomas1626UMS/HEM.G/121Deed of surrender of land to Thomas Mason in Hemingford Grey.
MASON, Thomas1796UMS/KIMBN/009Copy of the will of Thomas Mason of Wornditch, Kimbolton.
MASSEY, Hephzibah1716 (i)UMS/ALCON/09Conveyance by Hephzibah Massey of Harborough in Co. Leicester, widow, executrix of the will of William Massey of Harborough, gent., to Richard Cox of Alconbury, carpenter, of a cottage and premises in Alconbury.
MASSEY, Hephzibah1716 (ii)UMS/ALCON/10Lease for a year by Hephzibah Massey of Harborough in Co. Leicester, widow, to Richard Cox of Alconbury, carpenter, of a cottage, close and premises in Alconbury.
MATHEWS, John1753UMS/HUNTN/094Bond of John Mathews of Huntingdon to Joseph James of Chatteris in £400 to perform certain covenants.
MATTHEWS, C. Elkin1917UMS/L.GID/02Memoranda of some books concerning Nicholas Ferrar, brought together by C. Elkin Matthews of Chorleywood, Herts.
MATTHEWS, Caleb1710UMS/ELLIN/05Conveyance by Caleb Matthews of Godmanchester, tallow chandler, and Elizabeth his wife, to Henry Infield of Kimbolton, blacksmith, of a messuage with freehold and copyhold lands in Ellington.
MATTHEWS, John1753UMS/SOMER/38Bond for payment of money and performance of covenant, by John Matthews of Huntingdon, gent., to Joseph James of Chatteris, fellmonger (see Huntingdon).
MATTHEWS, John1759UMS/HUNTN/170John Matthews to Mr Bateman Robson, Attorney, dated 20 March 1759. Re. marriage bond.
MATTING, Elizabeth1800UMS/STO.L/12Writ to the constable of Stow to show why application by Elizabeth Matting for relief has been refused; also, deposition by Mary Smith of Buckden.
MATTING, Elizabeth1800xUMS/STO.L/12Writ to the Constable of Stow to show why Application by Elizabeth Matting for relief has been refused.Also, Deposition by Mary Smith of Buckden.
MAULE, George1801UMS/GODMC/056Lease and release of six acres of open field land in Godmanchester: George Maule and Henry Sweeting, both of Huntingdon, to James Samworth of Godmanchester.
MAULE, Rev William1864UMS/EYNES/180Appeal by Rev William Maule against the rate levied by the overseers of the poor of the parish of Eynesbury.
MAXWELL1795UMS/CATWO/40Abstract of title of Mr Maxwell to a cottage or farm house and home close and two acres of land in Gt Catworth.
MAXWELL, George1779UMS/YAXLY/04Memorandum of an agreement between George Maxwell of Graveley, Herts., gent., and Jeremiah Askey of Yaxley, baker, for the purchase of four fen closes in Yaxley.
MAY, Sarah1853UMS/HUNTN/107Grounds for removal of Sarah May from St Mary's parish Huntingdon, to St Neots.
MAYES, John1780UMS/COVIN/07Copy of the will of John Mayes of Covington, Hunts.
MAYES, William1825UMS/BYTHN/02Abstract of title of William Mayes to a freehold close in Bythorn called Clack Close.
MAYHEW, John1714UMS/FENST/11Copy of will of John Mayhew of Hemingford Grey, husbandman, estate in Fenstanton and Hemingford Grey.
MAYLINc.1790UMS/FENST/31Deed. Copyhold refers to substantial property, sum of more than £1,700 mentioned. History of copyhold, mainly of the Maylin family. Note on cover refers to Mrs Last, deceased.
MAYLIN, John1714UMS/HEM.G/002Will of John Maylin the younger of Hemingford Grey, yeoman, proved by Ann Maylin, widow, relict.
MAYLIN, John1739UMS/HEM.G/011Mortgage by John Maylin of Holborn, gent., son and heir of John Maylin of Hemingford Grey, deceased, to John Tiffin of Holborn, of lands in Hemingford Grey.
MAYLIN, Thomas1694UMS/HEM.G/036Mortgage by Thomas Maylin of Hemingford Grey, carpenter, to Katherine Parnell of the same, widow, of lands in Hemingford Grey, purchased by the said Thomas of Thomas Moore of Hemingford.
MAYLIN, Thomas1704UMS/HEM.G/003Conveyance by Thomas Maylin of Hemingford Grey, yeoman, and Ann his wife to Thomas Newman of the same, gent., of three acres of arable land in the fields of Hemingford Grey.
MEASE, John1700UMS/RAMSY/023Conveyance by John Mease, late of Ramsey, and Alice his wife, cordwainer, to James Overall of Ramsey, grocer, of a lot of fen in The Bill in Ramsey.
MEASURES, Mrs Sarah1836UMS/KIMBN/216Abstract of title to a copyhold in the manor of Tilbrook (Beds.); history begins October 1791 naming John Palmer of Kimbolton, gent.; on his death in 1795 the copyhold passed to his eldest son; 1804, surrender to J. Measures.
MEDLAND, William1832UMS/S.NEO/363Letters from W. Medland applying for the position of Surveyor of the Commissioners of St Neots Paving etc.
MEDLAND, William1852UMS/S.NEO/313Abstract of title of W. Medland and will of William Clarke to an estate in St Neots.
MEDLAND, William1857UMS/STO.L/09Plan of the Stow Estate for sale by William Medland.
MEDLAND, William1857xUMS/STO.L/09Plan of the Stow Estate for sale by William Medland.
MEDLOCK, John1813UMS/S.NEO/223Fine made between John Medlock, plaintiff, and William Agar Halliley and Catherine his wife, deforciants, of a messuage and lands in St Neots.
MEDLOCK, Joseph1800 (i)UMS/ABBTY/17Copy of surrender, Mr Joseph Medlock of Beeston to Mr Edward Gilbert of Abbotsley of land in Abbotsley.
MEDLOCK, Joseph1800 (ii)UMS/ABBTY/20Admission of Joseph Medlock to property in Abbotsley.
MEDLOCK, Joseph1800 (iii)UMS/ABBTY/21Bond for performance of a covenant, Joseph Medlock to John Gilbert of Abbotsley.
MEDLOW, Samuel1826UMS/SWINS/50Probate of the will of Samuel Medlow of Swineshead, yeoman.
MEE, Thomas1750UMS/S.NEO/593Mortgage: lands in the fields of Rushden, Northants, Thomas Mee, cordwainer, to Mr Waller, both of St Neots. Signatures, seal of Thomas Mee.
MEHEW, William1614UMS/BYTHN/07Conveyance by William Mehew of Bythorn, co. Hunts., yeoman, to his son Henry Mehew, of a close of pasture ground inclosed in a field in Bythorn.
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT1818UMS/E & P/01Return of MPs: Thomas George Apreece Esq., Sheriff of the County, and the Electors, represented by Sir James Duberly Kt., Vere Warner Hussey, Dewcil Onslow, James Torkington and Samuel Farmer Esqs., returning Lord Montagu and William Fellowes to Parliament, 30 June 1818. Signatures and seal.
MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENTNo dateUMS/E & P/16H.E. Norris notes on Huntingdonshire MPs, giving little information, but some references to published sources. With South Hunts Election 1895, elaborate card (90 x 120 mm) "Mr A.H. Smith Barry, your old and tried Member etc. etc."
MERRYWEATHER, Thomas1648UMS/EYNES/147Conveyance, Thomas Merryweather of Edgeworth Co. Middlesex, yeoman, to William Lyster of Biggleswade Co. Beds., of ten acres of land in Eynesbury.
MEUX, Sir John1657UMS/KIMBN/140Lease by Sir John Meux of Kingston, Isle of Wight, and others, to Henry Meux of Kimbolton, of a tenement called Wakeland in Newchurch in the Isle of Wight, for a term of 99 years.
MICHAEL, John1691UMS/OFFRD/32Obligation, John Michael of Offord Darcy to M. Parrot of Kimbolton.
MIDDLEMORENo dateUMS/UPWOD/182List of work necessary for the better draining of Middlemore, undated.
MIDLAND & EASTERN COUNTIES RAILWAY1845UMS/RLWAY/16Notice to landowners: to Mrs Elizabeth Banks, Hail Weston, re pasture in parish of Eynesbury. Mrs Banks' address amended on cover to read "Bedford".
MIDLAND RAILWAY1845UMS/HUNTN/106Midland Railway receipt for £1, for use of a plan of Huntingdon Common.
MIDLAND RAILWAY1846UMS/RLWAY/19Notice to landowners re extension of Midland Line from near Leicester to Hitchin, Northampton and Huntingdon, December 1846.
MIDLAND RAILWAY1848UMS/RLWAY/23Statement of Counsel's opinion re liability of the Midland Railway Co. and actions to be brought against it. Signed by B. Peacock, Temple
MILES, Jacob1765UMS/GODMC/088Copy of surrender by Jacob Miles of Braconash Co. Norfolk, taylor, and Elizabeth his wife, of a messuage in Godmanchester to the use of John Jackson,
MILLS, Daniel1682 (i)UMS/S.NEO/177Bond: Joseph Maidson, Joseph Abbott, Charles and Benjamin Abbott to Daniel Mills, for performance of covenants in indentures of mortgage.
MILLS, Daniel1682 (ii)UMS/S.NEO/194Mortgage by Joseph Maidson of Godmanchester, dyer, and Ann his wife; Joseph Abbott of St Neots, butcher; Charles Abbott of the same, grocer; Benjamin Abbott of the same, combmaker: to Daniel Mills of London, D.D., on property in St Neots.
MILLS, Daniel1682 (iii)UMS/S.NEO/198Lease for a year of property in St Neots: Joseph Maidson, Joseph Abbott, Charles Abbott and Benjamin Abbott to Daniel Mills.
MILLS, Daniel1686UMS/S.NEO/196Lease and release and also further mortgage for £80: Henry Fox of St Neots, blacksmith, to Daniel Mills of London, D.D., on a messuage in St Neots.
MILLS, George1683UMS/GODMC/124Indenture between Geo. Mills of Co. Sussex , John Cock of London and Peter Fullwood of Stamford, Lincs., doctor of physic…..mortgage of lands in Godmanchester, 2 July 1683.
MILNER1799UMS/BUCKD/078Apprenticeship between Mr Milner, blacksmith of Buckden, and John Nelson of the same.
MINSHAW, John1757UMS/UPWOD/099John Minshaw's receipt to Mrs Mary Warner of a legacy from Mr Vere Warner, 17th January 1757.
MINSHAW, John1758 (i)UMS/UPWOD/113Account from John Minshaw to Richard Bickerton re his marriage settlement etc., January 1758.
MINSHAW, John1759 (i)UMS/UPWOD/115Mrs Warner's miscellaneous account with John Minshaw, November 1759.
MINSHAW, John1759 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/123Letter from John Minshaw re a remittance sent by him to [Mrs Warner], 24th April 1759.
MINSHAW, John1760UMS/UPWOD/134Letter from John Minshaw to Mrs Warner concerning the whereabouts of the title deeds of the Long Lane Estate, 22nd May 1760.
MINSON, William1887UMS/S.IVE/185Letter placed in a bottle near the foundation stone of the St Ives Post Office, present-day no. 19 Crown Street, dated 9th June 1887: "The foundation stone of this building (which is to be the Town Post Office) was laid this day (Thursday) June 9. 1887 by William Minson of Bridge street, Saint Ives, the owner of the property. herewith is enclosed a copy of the Daily News, etc. etc." Signed by William Minson with witness signatures by six of his children and Joseph Langford.
MITCHELL1740UMS/BUCKD/110Letter to the Bishop concerning payment of money to the Lord Bishop of Lincoln. Mr Mitchell is very ill but intends to wait on the Chancellor the following morning.
MITCHELL, Samuel1807UMS/HAILW/30Indenture: Samuel Mitchell Esq. of the Pastures, Hail Weston, lease for 14 years of a farm in Hail Weston parish, to the Churchwardens and Overseers of Hail Weston.
MITCHELL, William1759UMS/HEM.G/007Counterpart of lease made by William Mitchell of Hemingford Grey to Edmund Penny of Kilmarsden Co. Somerset, of premises in Evercreech, Somerset.
MITCHELLS, Robert1747UMS/GLATT/08Manor of Glatton and Holme: admission of Robert Mitchells of Saltrey Co. Hunts., gent., to a farm in Glatton and Holme and other premises.
MITTEN, Christopher1759UMS/HEM.A/10Bond whereby Christopher Mitten acknowledges himself bound to George Rust of Huntingdon, in £140, to perform certain covenants.
MJNFORD, Robert1720UMS/GT.GR/032Bargain and sale of one acre of land in the fields of Gt Gransden: Robert Munford of Gt Gransden, yeoman, to Charles Caesar of the same, Esq.
MOLESWORTH-UMS/MOLESSee also UMS/LANDS/16, part of a collection of Westminster indentures.
MOLESWORTHNo dateUMS/MOLES/25Particular of property at Molesworth.
MOLESWORTH, Parish of1798-1813UMS/MOLES/13Copy of extracts from the registers of the parish of Molesworth.
MOLLADY, Philip1791UMS/HUNTN/016Deed of covenant relating to property in Huntingdon: Philip Mollady of Huntingdon to Frances Longmate of the same.
MOMFORD, Robert1724UMS/GT.GR/069Purchase deed of 13 acres of freehold land in Gt Gransden, Robert Momford of Gt Gransden to Francis Jessop of the town of Bedford.
MONEYNo dateUMS/NON-H/092Extracts from public records concerning the Norfolk family of Money: probably notes by W.M. Noble; one loose sheet is receipt signed by Mr Noble for Cotton Ms (British Museum?). Notes are difficult to read, but much info. e.g. James Money, husbandman, 1724.
MONK, John1743 (i)UMS/GLATT/11Conditional surrender by John Monk of Glatton, mercer, of premises in Glatton to William Gills, gent., and Thomas Knighton of Saltrey, gent., to secure £500.
MONK, John1743 (ii)UMS/GLATT/12Bond whereby John Monk acknowledges himself bound to William Giles and Thomas Knighton in £500 to perform certain covenants.
MONK, John1748UMS/GLATT/01Probate of the will of John Monk of Glatton.
MONK, William1734UMS/GLATT/16Admission of William Monk of Glatton, grocer, to a fen lot in Glatton and Holme, on the surrender of William Whitaker.
MONK, William1741 (i)UMS/GLATT/09Conditional surrender by William Monk of his farmhouse etc. in Glatton and Holme to the use of (Thomas) Ewin of Cambridge, gent., to secure £400.
MONK, William1741 (ii)UMS/GLATT/10Conditional surrender by William Monk of all his farmhouse in Glatton and Holme to the use of Thomas Ewin of Cambridge, gent., to secure £300.
MONOUX, George1780UMS/G.STA/073Abstract of the title of George Monoux to estate in Gt Staughton called Bulmer's Farm.
MONTAGU, Charles, 1st Duke of Manchester1720UMS/S.IVE/004Lease of the St Ives Market for 21 years: the Duke of Manchester to Samuel White, gent, and James Bulford, barber cirgeon, both of St Ives.
MONTAGU, Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester1688UMS/LANDS/11Final agreement at Westminster, presumably c. 1688, defendants Charles Montagu and Anna, Countess of Manchester.
MONTAGU, Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester1688-94UMS/LANDS/16Indenture, final agreement at Westminster, Charles Montagu and Ann, Countess of Manchester, re property in Molesworth.
MONTAGU, Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester1691UMS/S.IVE/002Bargain and sale of the Manors of St Ives, Holywell and Needingworth; Advowson of Holywell, St Ives Market, and the Hemingford Mills: Richard Newman and Roger Jackson to the Earl of Manchester.
MONTAGU, Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester1711UMS/ADMIN/10The appointment of John Clarke as Clerk of he Peace for the County of Huntingdon, signed "Manchester" with seal.
MONTAGU, Edward, 2nd Earl of Manchester1655UMS/KIMBN/177Indenture: Marriage settlement, 3rd November 1655, between Edward Earl of Manchester of the 1st part; Viscount Mandeville and Lady Anna his wife (nee Yelverton) of the 2nd part; Lancelot Lake and Nicholas Pedley of the 3rd part; and Sidney Montagu and John Bernard of the 4th part. Involves land on various manors in Huntingdonshire.
MUSGRAVE, Mary1854UMS/HEM.A/14Abstract of title of the trustees under the will of Mary Musgrave to an estate in Hemingford Abbots.
MUSGRAVE, Mary1854xUMS/S.NEO/051Draft conveyance of freehold property in High Street, St Neots: the devisees in trust of Mary Musgrave to William Ward Abbott.
MUSGRAVE, William1712UMS/G.STA/030Will of William Musgrave of Great Staughton, yeoman.
MUSKETT, William1706UMS/O.WES/38Mortgage by William Muskett of Old Weston and Alice his wife to Thomas Bennington of Holt Co. Leics, of a windmill in Old Weston and the ground on which it stands to secure £51 and interest.
MUTTON, John1810UMS/SOMER/54Oath and oath of fidelity taken by John Mutton of Somersham on enlisting in the Royal Marines.
MUTTON, Jonathan1786UMS/WISTO/11Release by Jonathan Mutton of Wistow, yeoman, of a house in Wistow, to Henry Bass of Ramsey, maltster, and John Dixon of the same, baker.
NAILOUR, Francis1745UMS/OFFRD/14Bond of performance by Francis Nailour of Offord Darcy, to Thomas Ferrar of Little Gidding in £800.
NAILOUR, Frank1759UMS/EYNES/136Three letters from Frank Nailour to Robert Pattison of Eynesbury, regretting inability to meet certain payments.
UPWOODNo date (i)UMS/UPWOD/029Names of the inhabitants of Upwood.
NASH, Henry1752UMS/ADMIN/41zGrant of administration.of the estate of Henry Nash, cordwainer, died intestate, administration granted to his daughter.
NASH, Sarah1781UMS/ADMIN/41oAdministration of the estate of Sara Nash, granted to her husband Sculthorpe Nash, of Tring, Herts., dated 22nd January 1781.
NASH, William1822UMS/PIDLY/46Assignment: William Nash Esq and Thomas Bowyer Esq, executors of Henry Morley Esq, to Mr John Brigham Wiles of a term of 500 years to attend the inheritance of premises at Pidley.
NEALE1702UMS/SPALD/101Copyhold agreement, manor of Spaldwick re "Mr Neale and others trustees for the school". Text in Latin, tenements in Little Catworth mentioned.
NEALE, Joseph1702UMS/CATWO/42Lease for a year, Joseph Neale of London, gent., of the one part, and Noah Neale of Stamford, Esq., Theophilus Leeth of Dean Co. Beds., gent., Richard Wagstaff of Dean, gent., Robert Fox, Thomas Boswell, Richard Sympson, and Thomas Fox, all of Dean Co. Beds., of various premises and lands in Gt Catworth.
NEALE, Joseph1735UMS/CATWO/88Trust Deed naming Joseph Neale and trustees: Christopher Fox and others of Upper Dean, Bedford. Signatures and seals of witnesses.
NEALE, Mary1721UMS/S.NEO/256Bargain and Sale: William and Hannah Benfield to Mary Neale of a tenament in St Neots.
NEALE, Mary1722UMS/EYNES/163Surrender to Mary Neale of property in the manor of Eynesbury by a number of people named.
NEALE, Mary1724UMS/EYNES/164Surrender by Mary Neale of property in the manor of Eynesbury to person named in her will.
NEALE, Mary1745UMS/EYNES/166Surrender by Mary Neale of property in the manor of Eynesbury to the use of the Rt Hon John lord baron of Gowran in Ireland.
NEALE, Noah1728UMS/CATWO/28Surrender (Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak) by Noah Neale of Stamford Co. Northants., Esq., and Theophilus Leath of Dean Co. Beds., gent., of premises and land in Little Catworth, to Thomas Curtis, steward.
NEEDHAM1810UMS/LANDS/07Settlement of estates: Mr and Mrs Needham to Messrs Maule, property in Great Staughton and St Neots and elsewhere in Huntingdonshire.
NEEDHAM1820UMS/PAXTN/14Draft of abstract of title of Mr and Mrs Needham to freehold premises at Gt Paxton.
NEEDHAM, Constant1790UMS/EYNES/109Discharge for a legacy by Constant Needham of Eynesbury under the will of Richard Hatley of St Neots Co. Hunts.
NEEDHAM, John1793UMS/S.NEO/415Receipt given by John Needham for half year's land tax on the estate of Francis Hatley.
NEEDHAM, John1797UMS/S.NEO/292Mortgage deed of John Needham to James Mann and Richard Hatley, St Neots and Eynesbury.
NEEDHAM, Loftus Hatley1820UMS/PAXTN/62(a) Abstract of Title of Sarah, the wife of Loftus Hatley Needham, gent, to premises held of the Manor of Great Paxton (abstract begins 1734); (b) Conditions of Sale of properties (freehold and copyhold) at St Neots, Eynesbury, Swineshead and Gt. Paxton.
NEEDHAM, Mary1842UMS/EYNES/179Licence to Mary Needham of Eynesbury to sell tea.
NEEDINGWORTH*UMS/NEEDISee also HOLYWELL manuscripts.
NEGUS, Charles1722 (i)UMS/SPALD/032Manor of Spaldwick with the Soak: conditional surrender of a cottage and land, Charles Negus to Thomas Lord Bishop of Norwich.
NEGUS, Charles1722 (ii)UMS/SPALD/071Surrender by Charles Negus of property in the manor of Spaldwick.
NEGUS, Charles1723UMS/STO.L/15Admission by Charles Negus to property in the Manor of Stow.
NEGUS, Charles1723xUMS/STO.L/15Admission of Charles Negus to property in the Manor of Stow.
NEGUS, Charles1725UMS/SPALD/073Surrender by Charles Negus in the manor of Spaldwick.
NEGUS, Henry1711-14UMS/KIMBN/209Three manorial admissions, copies of court roll fastened together and signed by the stewards in each case, for Henry Negus of Newtown, Kimbolton: 1) manor of Spaldwick, 1711; 2) Prebends manor, Spaldwick, 1712; 3) Manor of Stow, 1714.
NEGUS, John1674UMS/SWINS/54Release of ten acres of land in Swineshead: John Negus of Swineshead, husbandman, and Susannah his wife, to Daniel Day of the same, grocer.
NEGUS, John1701UMS/PAXTN/57Manor of Toseland, admission of Anthony Danns to land in Great Paxton held by John Negus and Sarah his wife. Robert Clarke, Steward.
NEGUS, John1714UMS/O.WES/05Mortgage of lands in Old Weston: John Negus of Godmanchester, with the consent of Samuel Whittick of Old Weston, to William Walgate of Bugden; with a bond of performance and a fine with the uses declared after the mortgage to Samuel Whittick and his heirs.
NEGUS, John1727UMS/GODMC/071Copy of the will of John Negus of Godmanchester, maltster.
NEGUS, John1792UMS/KIMBN/182Manorial Admission: William Fortescue, yeoman, late of Longstowe now of Spaldwick, from John Negus, butcher of Kimbolton. A toft and cottage in Stow, 13 June 1792.
NEGUS, John & Charles1722UMS/SPALD/054Release, John Negus and Charles Negus of Spaldwick, 3rd July 1722.
NEGUS, Thomas1741UMS/STO.L/23Copy of surrender by Thomas Negus of Spaldwick, labourer, to John Nicholson of Long Stow, yeoman, of an acre of land in the Mill or Meadow Field in Long Stow.
NEGUS, Thomas1741xUMS/STO.L/23Copy of surrender by Thomas Negus, labourer, of Spalding, to John Nicholson, yeoman, of Long Stow, of an acre of land in the Mill or Meadow Field in Long Stow.
NETHERCOTE, Roger1787UMS/PAXTN/58Attested copy of Release dated 3 April 1787. Mr Nethercote and his wife to Mr Wright. Refers to Roger Nethercote of Clipston, Northants and Mary his wife, one of the nieces of Alwin Wright of Lutterworth, dau. of John Wright. Alwin Wright, by his last will (1772) gave and devised his Manor or Lordship of Gt. Paxton, Hunts. and other property in Paxton & Offord Darcy….to John Wright & his heirs.
NEVILL, Jacob1706UMS/RAMSY/033Lease by Jacob Nevill of Holme, tailor, to George Middleton of Ramsey, yeoman, of a freehold close of fen with a house thereon in Woodsend Fen in Ramsey for 999 years.
NEWCOMBE, Ann1687UMS/KIMBN/116Feoffment of a tenement, tanyard and close in Kimbolton: Ann Newcombe and John Newcombe, clerk, both of Caldicott, to William Ashton of Kimbolton, tanner.
NEWCOMBE, Robert1648UMS/KIMBN/103Marriage settlement made on the marriage of Robert Newcombe of Caldicott, Hunts., clerk, rector of Caldicott, and Anne Anderson the daughter of John Anderson, rector of Wymington Co. Beds: property in Kimbolton.
NEWCOME, Robert1671 (i)UMS/ALWAL/01Bond between Robert Newcome of Alwalton, Co. Hunts., and Eusebius Hunt of Chesterton in the said county.
NEWCOME, Robert1671 (ii)UMS/DENTN/02Assignment of mortgage on a messuage and premises in Denton: Robert Newcome of Alwalton Co. Hunts., clerk, to Eusebius Hunt of Chesterton Co. Hunts., clerk.
NEWCOME, Robert1706UMS/RAMSY/032Conveyance by Robert Newcome of Peterborough, mercer, and John Crane of Farcet, gent, to William Newcome of London, of a parcel of fen ground in Middlemore in Ramsey.
NEWCOME, Stephen1651UMS/GLATT/05Conveyance by Stephen Newcome of Caldecott Co. Hunts., gent. and Alice his wife, to Robert Williamson of Saltrey Co. Hunts., clerk, of premises in Glatton.
NEWCOME, William1712UMS/RAMSY/042Conveyance by William Newcome of Covent Garden, gent, to Nathanniel Ives of Whittlesea, yeoman, of parcels of fen ground in Middlemore in Ramsey.
NEWMAN, Ann1658UMS/HEM.G/041The Court Leete and Court Baron of Ann Newman held for her in the Manor of Hemingford Grey.
NEWMAN, Edward1615UMS/FOLKS/08Indenture between Edward Newman of Stilton, gent., and Humphrey Gill of Folksworth, yeoman, whereby they exchange land in Folksworth.
NEWMAN, Edward1624UMS/FOLKS/14Indenture between Edward Newman of Folksworth, gent., and Humphrey Gill of the same, husbandman, whereby they exchange certain premises in Folksworth.
NEWMAN, John1731UMS/O.WES/06Mortgage of a house, close and pightle in Old Weston: John Newman of Old Weston, yeoman, to Jonathan Nichols of Higham Ferrers Co. Northants., gent.
NEWMAN, Richard1691UMS/HOLYW/02Lease for a year of the manors of St Ives Slepe and Burstellars; Holywell and Needingworth; the advowson and right of patronage of the church of Holywell; the market of the town of St Ives; Hemingford water mills; by Richard Newman of Westminster and Roger Jackson of St Martins in the Fields, to Charles Earl of Manchester.
NEWMAN, Robert1856UMS/GT.GR/083Probate of the will of Robert Newman, otherwise Fuller, of Gt Gransden.
NEWMAN, Thomas1737UMS/O.WES/25Lease for a year and conveyance of a messuage and lands in Old Weston: Thomas Newman of Old Weston, yeoman, to Elizabeth Cooke of Eckington, Northants., spinster.
NEWTON & HALL1855 (i)UMS/PIDLY/08Acknowledgement of satisfaction: Messrs Newton and Hall to the steward of the manor of Oldhurst.
NEWTON & HALL1855 (ii)UMS/PIDLY/25Acknowledgement of satisfaction: Messrs Newton and Hall to the steward of the manor of Somersham with the Soake.
NEWTON & WALLINGFORD1854UMS/PIDLY/27Acknowledgement of satisfaction: Messrs Newton and Wallingford to the steward of the manor of Somersham with the Soake.
NEWTON, John1631UMS/FOLKS/04(Two). Fine between John Newton, clerk, and Mary his wife, plaintiffs, and Humphrey Gill deforciant, of premises in Folksworth.
NEWTON, John1632UMS/FOLKS/19Lease for 12 years: John Newton of Sawtry, clerk, to John Bate of Folksworth, yeoman, of premises in Folksworth in the tenure of Humphrey Gill.
NEWTON, John1636UMS/FOLKS/21Indenture between John Newton of Sawtry, clerk, of the one part, William Cockerell the younger and William Cockerell the elder, both of Folksworth, of the other part; whereby they exchange a close called Bulmer Hill Close and other closes in Folksworth.
NEWTON, John1832UMS/KIMBN/024Abstract of the title of John Newton of Kimbolton to a freehold estate in Eaton Socon.
NEWTON'S CHARITY1805UMS/HUNTN/145Clothing Account. "Bill for clothing Newton's Boys, receipt Jan 1806 (Newton's Charity for clothing the Lads, Nov.1805)". Detailed statement of cloth, thread, serge, tape etc., green cloth, green caps. Total £25-12s-6p. Note VCH reference, vol 2 which identifies the Charity (in Huntingdon) and mentions the green coats.
NICHOL, MaryNo dateUMS/HEM.G/122Mary Nichol's bill for haberdashery and mending receipted by the overseers of Hemingford Grey.
NICHOLAS, Richard1686UMS/RAMSY/112Bond of Richard Nicholas of Ramsey apprenticed to William Hall, tailor of Bury.
NORMAN CROSS HUNDRED1665UMS/ADMIN/25Tax Assessment for 1665, dated 16 Chas II: Royal Tax to raise nationally £2,477,500. Payments listed against each town and village.
NORMAN CROSS HUNDRED1667-1672UMS/ADMIN/40a-nMiscellaneous loose papers relating to the Hundred Court, including letters from Robert Walpoole to Mr Anthony Bowland at the sign of the Talbot at Stilton, apologising for not attending ("your sick friend R. Walpoole"). Dates range from 1667 to 1672, although 40i is a lease dated 1613.
NORMAN CROSS HUNDRED (CORONER)1816UMS/ADMIN/03Inquest on Thomas Smith, deceased, who "accidentally, casually, and by misfortune, fell into a ditch . . . and drowned." Names of jurors and coroner (John Atkinton), signature and seal.
NORMAN, Charles1830UMS/BUCKD/070Abstract of title. Charles Norman to four copyhold estates in the manor of Buckden.
NORMAN, Henry1799UMS/S.NEO/217Letter from Henry Norman of St Neots concerning an unsound horse bought at Northampton Fair.
NORMAN, W.J.1876UMS/MOLES/27Abstract of Title. Refers to Trustee under the will of Mr W.J. Norman. Abstract begins 27 Dec. 1800 re enclosure to John Searle, meadow at Gt Catworth, then 1856 sale to Talbot family. Later refs to Norman family.
NORMAN, William1820UMS/BRING/06Abstract of Title: the freehold of Mr. Norman in Brington.
NORMAN, William1852 (i)UMS/BRING/03Schedule of title deeds relating to freehold estates in the parish of Brington in Co. Hunts., belonging to Mr William Norman of Brington aforesaid, wheelwright.
NORMAN, William1852 (ii)UMS/BRING/05Abstract of the title of Mr William Norman to freehold hereditaments in Brington in Co. Hunts., late Mr Philip Gale's.
NORMAN, William1858UMS/O.WES/41Abstract of the title of William Norman to a close called Collingcroft in Old Weston.
NORRIS, F.1872UMS/NORRS/07School conduct certificates, weekly from January to June 1872, referring to F. Norris, pupil, the Principal J.S. Bruce.
NORRIS, Henry Handly1781UMS/TOSEL/04Manor of Toseland: absolute surrender (copy) of 21 acres of land, Henry Handly Norris of London and William Roberts of Cambridge, to the use of William Dare of Over, Cambs.
NORRIS, Herbert1387UMS/HUNTS/12One extract from the Calendar of Patent Rolls 1385-1387, dated June 24 Westminster 1387, 11 Rich II. Concerns St Ives, Wistow, Ramsey, Bury, payment to the King by the Abbot of Ramsey etc. Inquisition of the Escheator in the County of Huntingdon.
NORRIS, Herbert1448-1905UMS/GENEA/23Extracts from the Biographical Register of Christ's College 1505-1905, and from the earlier foundation 1448-1505. Names are those with Hunts. connections, e.g. James Rust of Kimbolton BA 1769.
NORRIS, Herbert1500-1714UMS/GENEA/37Extracts from "Alumni Oxonienses", vol. 4 early series 1500-1714, Stabery to Zouck: individual names with brief biographies, mostly incumbents of Hunts. parishes.
NORRIS, Herbert1571-84UMS/HUNTS/13Notes re the Canterbury and York Society publication "Lincoln Episcopal Records 1571-1584": primarily the register of Bishop Cooper (clerical resignations, inductions, some genealogy, Cooper-Belley marriage etc.)
NORRIS, Herbert1611-1800UMS/GENEA/28Extracts from G.E.C., "The Complete Baronetage", volumes i-v, 1611-1800. Presumably the notes refer to families with Hunts. connections.
NORRIS, Herbert1629-1767UMS/GENEA/21Admissions to the College of St John (Cambridge) 1629-1767 seems to relate to students from Hunts.
NORRIS, Herbert1660UMS/GENEA/20Notes re the Nottingham family, e.g. at St Ives in the year 1660, arrested for holding a Quaker meeting.
NORRIS, Herbert1672UMS/GENEA/25Notes on the Perrot family, some genealogy, lands at Old Weston in 1672.
NORRIS, Herbert1688-1712UMS/GENEA/26The Apreeces of Hunts: notes on three deeds of conveyance at Stilton, 1688, 1690, 1712 (Robert Apreece).
NORRIS, Herbert1692-1720UMS/GENEA/15Folder headed "Houghton", with a letter from Houghton Rectory re a search of the registers for entries relating to the Baily/Basely families: list of Baily/Basely baptisms on one page 1692-1720, Wyton or Houghton? Other sheets are correspondence, probably not relevant.
NORRIS, Herbert1715-1886UMS/GENEA/36Extracts from "Alumni Oxonienses", vol. 3 1715-1886 L-R & vol. 4 same dates S-Z: individual names with brief biographies, mostly incumbents of Hunts. parishes.
NORRIS, Herbert1870UMS/NORRS/02Personal letter, dated Dec. 8th 1870, from Manchester House School "to his dear Parents". A very formal letter informing them of the near approach of the Xmas vacation and of his progress "in the study of those subjects tending to the moral and intellectual development of the mind".
NORRIS, Herbert1871UMS/S.IVE/073Letter from H.E. Norris to his parents, from Manchester House School, St Ives.
NORRIS, Herbert1881 (i)UMS/NORRS/03Prize Essay: "Temperance", dated 1881: collection of three prize winning essays, together.
NORRIS, Herbert1881 (ii)UMS/NORRS/05Literary Institute Essay, dated 1881, "Present Provision for Future Need".
NORRIS, Herbert1883UMS/NORRS/06Literary Institute Prize essay: "The Thames, a Ramble".
NORRIS, Herbert1886 (i)UMS/HEM.G/130Pencil sketches of the church of St. James, Hemingford Grey, signed "Herbert E. Norris, March 1886".
NORRIS, Herbert1886 (ii)UMS/GENEA/32Notes on the Baronage, extracts from a publication of 1886: barons with Hunts. connection.
NORRIS, Herbert1900 (i)UMS/GENEA/19Notes from Sir Bernard BURKE, 1900, "Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain".
NORRIS, Herbert1900 (ii)UMS/HUNTS/11Huntingdonshire references to Shaw's publication of the year 1900 re history of the English Church 1640-1660.
NORRIS, Herbert1904UMS/TOPOG/19Extracts copied from "Norman Tympana and Lintels" by C.E. Keyser, 1904: refs to Covington, Little Paxton, Stow Longa.
NORRIS, Herbert1905UMS/GENEA/27Extracts from Burke's Peerage: peers, barons, and knights with Hunts. connections (office, land holding or marriage). Essentially 19th-century but some genealogy.
NORRIS, Herbert1909UMS/GENEA/30Notes on archdeacons of Huntingdon, 1078 to 1874, brief biographical summaries. Also, letter to Norris headed Eynesbury House, Eynesbury, dated 19 February 1909.
NORRIS, Herbert1922 (i)UMS/TOPOG/20Notes on Huntingdonshire seals: sketches of seals, references to publications, correspondence. (Letter from the Mayor of St Ives, dated 1.1.1922, refers to unemployment, the majority of those unemployed described as "unemployable" or "content to be so in view of pensions and doles").
NORRIS, Herbert1922 (ii)UMS/TOPOG/28Notes on monumental inscriptions in Huntingdonshire churches, compiled from authorities and from objects on the spot: note on the original envelope by Norris, dated 1922: "all sorts of sources but from site where possible"
NORRIS, Herbert1925UMS/GENEA/49Four letters of enquiry from Henry J. Byrom to H.E. Norris re a projected biographical work on Nicholas Grimald of Leighton Bromswold, a student at Cambridge and Merton College, Oxford, chaplain to Bishop Ridley, author of classical works. Letters dated April to October 1925.
NORRIS, Herbertc.1908UMS/HUNTS/10Notes on the Black Death in Huntingdonshire: extracts copied from "The Black Death of 1348 and 1349" (published 1908).
NORRIS, Herbertc.1915UMS/HUNTS/26Notes on Huntingdonshire poetry, refs to poets born in Huntingdonshire (or those with Hunts. connections). Some correspondence c. 1915. Note one enclosure: lines addressed to Lady Olivia B. Sparrow of Brampton Park, by Mrs Hannah More, a friend (copy, not the original).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (001)UMS/NORRS/10Letters to Norris, various, also some unidentified notes and a letter to Mr Emery of St Neots.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (002)UMS/NORRS/11Letters written to Norris, in original cover marked "Correspondence re Place Names of Hunts".
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (003)UMS/NORRS/12Card index (typed carbon copy) on subjects such as seals, church fonts, enclosures, brasses etc., all in Huntingdonshire.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (004)UMS/ABB.R/04Notes taken mostly from Abbots Ripton church records (rectors, memorials, includes a ref. to penance in 1740 )
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (005)UMS/S.IVE/182"Notes on some of the Inhabitants of St Ives, Hunts. by Herbert E. Norris".
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (006)UMS/HARTF/08Manuscript notes, various periods and sources, on history of Hartford.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (007)UMS/HUNTN/139Some specific references and general speculation concerning Castle Hill and its castle.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (008)UMS/S.IVE/122Notes on various topics, references, extracts, not in any kind of order. Public Records, publications, etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (009)UMS/S.IVE/123A few references to Church Books, faculties, tithes, bells, memorials etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (010)UMS/S.IVE/124Rough notes concerning paintings etc. of St. Ives. Some correspondence.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (011)UMS/S.IVE/125References (in books, wills etc.) to the bridge and chapel extracted from records at the PRO.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (012)UMS/S.IVE/126St Ivo: a biography with general references and one newspaper cutting. Also two pages from a printed book.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (013)UMS/S.IVE/127Rough notes, correspondence, concerning Old Slepe Hall.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (014)UMS/S.IVE/128Notes on St. Ives Priory. Compiled from ancient deeds or Rolls (presume PRO), "OW" deeds [?], Dugdale etc. Later refs. re land which passed to Earl of Manchester.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (015)UMS/S.IVE/129Various manorial references (St. Ives Manor) e.g. lists of Lords of the Manor.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (016)UMS/S.IVE/130St Ives dates: references in chronological order from 1017 (erection of Priory) to 1901 (Statue of Cromwell unveiled).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (017)UMS/S.IVE/131Extracts from charters etc. concerning St Ives fairs and markets.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (018)UMS/S.IVE/132Copy of document (original dated 13 September 1791) "St Ives Memorial to John Palmer Esq. Comptroler General of the General Post Office, London." The document urges the authorities to carry out the plan to run a mail coach from London to Wisbech via St Ives and it is signed by 30 gentlemen and chief inhabitants of St Ives.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (019)UMS/S.IVE/133St Ives printers: notes (in ink and pencil), lists of publications, memoirs, pamphlets, books etc. presumably printed at St Ives. Chronological, beginning c.1883. Suspect earlier ones missing.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (020)UMS/S.IVE/134Notes re newspapers (the St Ives Post and the Northampton Mercury). Some press cuttings.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (021)UMS/S.IVE/135Folder headed "Huntingdonshire Festivals, Fasts, Thanksgiving days, Assizes". Notes re sermons preached at St Ives, 1745/46, in thanksgiving for the suppression of the Jacobite Rebellion.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (022)UMS/S.IVE/136Monthly calendar of biogaphical and historical events relating to the history of St Ives.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (023)UMS/S.IVE/137Incumbents of St Ives, references extracted from books and deeds. Not in chronological order, but covers 13th to 19th century. Some correspondence received by Norris.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (024)UMS/S.IVE/138Extracts from PRO Calendars, Close Rolls etc. giving holders of land at St Ives, dating from the 13th century (only 4 specific references).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (025)UMS/S.IVE/139A few notes regarding the Skeeles family (or related persons). Some correspondence.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (026)UMS/S.IVE/173Collection: press cuttings concerning Old London Inn signs, notes on pubs and signs in St Ives.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (027)UMS/S.NEO/572Signboards of St Neots (mainly inns) listed by streets. Some receipts (mid 19th century).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (028)UMS/S.NEO/573The Cross Keys, St Neots. Small collection of references (sales notices, receipted bills, mostly 19th century).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (029)UMS/S.NEO/574Huntingdonshire musicians. Extracts from a Catalogue of Printed Music published between 1487 and 1800 (in British Museum). References mostly to William Tansur, of St Neots (18th-century composer of sacred music, psalm settings etc.).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (030)UMS/S.NEO/577Collection: Bills and Bill Heads c.1850 -1880 (St Neots tradesmen).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (031)UMS/S.NEO/612Collection: letter from Eynesbury House to Mr Norris, 31 July 1902; several loose papers, notes re Dissenters, ref to Independent Chapel, Green St, Cambridge; declaration of the Counties of Worcester, Warwick, and Hereford and Salop . . . raising of forces there for the King, list of prisoners taken at St Neots, printed London 1648 (original); bound pamphlet ("Is there not a cause") by Rev Robert McGee, Holywell, Hunts. 1863.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (032)UMS/SAWTY/09History of Sawtry Abbey (notes). A few historical extracts, some correspondence.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (033)UMS/HEM.G/126Letters and notes about the Gunnings collected by Herbert Norris.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (034)UMS/FENS/03Fenland bibliography: only 3 refs. viz. - Fens and their Fickleness and Fen Country; British Quarterly The Fenland; W.J. Willcock, Geographical Teacher, 1911. Reference to publication dated 1629: "The Drayner Confirmed and the Obstinate Fenmen confuted" (no info. regarding where this is held).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (035)UMS/GENEA/10List of engraved portraits in the British Museum relating mainly to Huntingdonshire.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (036)UMS/GENEA/11Index to portraits, in printed books and periodicals, of Huntingdonshire "worthies", e.g. Manchester, Pepys etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (037)UMS/GENEA/12List of allegations for marriage licences issued by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster 1558-1699 and by the Vicar General of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 1660-1679: extracts of cases in which one or both parties are of Huntingdonshire.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (038)UMS/GENEA/13Marriage Allegations, bishopric of London: extracts from Harleian Society publication, 1520-1610 and 1611-1828, all with Huntingdonshire connections, mostly 17th century.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (039)UMS/GENEA/14Extracts from early Lincoln wills, before 1547, some of which refer to places in Huntingdonshire.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (040)UMS/GENEA/16Notes on burials of Huntingdonshire families, taken from the Westminster Abbey registers, esp. after the Civil War, including the royal warrant to remove those buried there in the Commonwealth period, e.g. Mrs Desborough. Also refs to other notables of later date having some Hunts. connection.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (041)UMS/GENEA/17Notes re Roger Handasyde, MP for Hunts. 1722-41 and for Scarborough 1747-54, with doubt that the family had any other Hunts. connection. Roger was a career army officer from 1712 to his death in 1763; also Governor of Port Philip, Majorca. Final reference implies that he entered the Army in 1694.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (042)UMS/GENEA/18Extracts from Admissions/Biographical University Register (Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge): students with Hunts. connections or members of Hunts. families.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (043)UMS/GENEA/22Extracts from records of admissions to the Inner Temple, 16th-17th century, families with Hunts connections.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (044)UMS/GENEA/24Extracts from SHAW, "The Knights of England": surnames Hedly, Belley, Cotton, Bedell, Pryce, Leader, Grey (Thomas), Wingfield of Kimbolton, Walton, Cromwell (Philip), Forrest.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (045)UMS/GENEA/29Notes of extracts from Burkes Dictionary, re baronets of Hunts. Refers to family of Baron Butler of Weston.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (046)UMS/GENEA/31Notes: a few references to judges of Hunts., e.g. from the Dictionary of National Biography.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (047)UMS/GENEA/33Folder entitled "London Society of Huntingdonians": notes on members of families of some note, especially clergy with Hunts. connections e.g. Archbishop Laud, formerly archdeacon of Huntingdon.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (048)UMS/GENEA/34Notes on Hunts. surnames: thirty or so names from the Hundred Rolls and more recent publications, interesting but very limited.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (049)UMS/GENEA/35Notes from "Alumni Oxonienses" on graduates of Oxford University having some connection with Hunts. e.g William Knight, Fellow of New College 1495, Secretary to Henry VII and VIII, Archdeacon of Huntingdon 1523 -1541.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (050)UMS/GENEA/38Extracts from "Alumni Oxonienses", sections begin i 390 (Duberly) and ii 443 (Frederick Faber): individual names with brief biographies and academic details.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (051)UMS/GENEA/39Hunts. extracts from Frederick BOASE, "Modern English Biography": only four sheets, four families, may be part of a complete summary?
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (052)UMS/GENEA/40Information on the Somersham branch of the Astry family: refs to wills, landholding, 17th century.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (053)UMS/GENEA/41Alumni Oxoniensis: extracts copied mainly from vol 1, early series, A to D: refs. with Hunts. connections.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (054)UMS/GENEA/42Complete Peerage: extracts with Hunts. connections copied from published data, years 1887, 1889, 1890.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (055)UMS/GENEA/48Huntingdonshire wills, extracted from the index of wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, years 1558-1583-1604. Gives date of will when proved, name and abode, with PCC Index reference, e.g. "44 Scott".
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (056)UMS/LANDS/26Notes re enclosure Acts: dates, acreages. Letter from T. Spencer, solicitor, re common rights at St Neots.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (057)UMS/RLWAY/02Notes re Hunts. railway stations.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (058)UMS/TOPOG/04Notes on Huntingdonshire furniture - many refs are to articles in "Country Life"'.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (059)UMS/TOPOG/05Notes on Huntingdonshire seals, extracts from Catalogue of Seals in British Museum Dept. of Manuscripts (mainly monastic, some civil, names & descriptions).
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (060)UMS/TOPOG/06Notes on Huntingdonshire inns, e.g. The Lion (the Lamb) at Buckden; list of village inns; some accounts, e.g. Norris at the George, Huntingdon, 17.9.1923, bed breakfast and supper, twelve shillings.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (061)UMS/TOPOG/07Bibliography of Roman Huntingdonshire, listed under place names.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (062)UMS/TOPOG/08Catalogue of engraved prints and views of Huntingdonshire in the Norris Library. Some correspondence with J.A. Poulter c.1913.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (063)UMS/TOPOG/09Notes on publications on topography and history of Hunts., inc. John Camden Hotten's Topography of 1863.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (064)UMS/TOPOG/10Notes on Huntingdonshire brasses, bibliographical notes, refs to churches, descriptions of brasses, some illustrations.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (065)UMS/TOPOG/11Notes on Huntingdonshire architectural details: scrapbook notes, bibliography, books, journals, refs to various parishes; two small sketches of church furnishings.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (066)UMS/TOPOG/12Notes on architecture: notes on titles of some architectural studies, little information.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (067)UMS/TOPOG/13Notes on Huntingdonshire bridges: refs to publications and drawings, some correspondence, e.g. curious reference to the possibility of a trianguar bridge at Ramsey similar to that at Crowland.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (068)UMS/TOPOG/14Notes on Huntingdonshire church bells, some small scraps.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (069)UMS/TOPOG/15Notes on church plate in or from Huntingdonshire churches: generally of silver esp. chalices, thuribles etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (070)UMS/TOPOG/16Notes on murals and frescoes in Huntingdonshire churches, e.g the wall painting of St Christopher at Molesworth, 8 ft. by 8 ft, probably late 15th cent.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (071)UMS/TOPOG/17Notes on effigies in Huntingdonshire churches, some printed matter, some notes on small slips of paper referring to heart burials.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (072)UMS/TOPOG/18Notes of coffin lids and sepulchural slabs in Huntingdonshire churches.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (073)UMS/TOPOG/21Notes on Roman archaeology, mostly quickly written brief references to sources, refs to Castor, Water Newton, and others. A plan of a Roman building at Chedworth (not Hunts), a postcard to Norris from the University Museum at Cambridge refers to Baron von Hugel.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (074)UMS/TOPOG/22Notes on Norman and Early English fonts in Huntingdonshire churches.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (075)UMS/TOPOG/23Extracts concerning Huntingdonshire from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (076)UMS/TOPOG/24Notes on Saxon Huntingdonshire, refs to publications, some notes.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (077)UMS/TOPOG/25Notes to Roman finds in Huntingdonshire, but extracted from the Northants VCH.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (078)UMS/HUNTS/14Notes on Broadsides held in various libraries etc.: "dreadful murders", politics, popular ballads etc. Not very informative.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (079)UMS/HUNTS/15Huntingdonshire references, some extracts, from various published sources.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (080)UMS/HUNTS/16A bibliography of Huntingdonshire bibliographies: wide-ranging, including some pages from a London bookseller's catalogue.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (081)UMS/HUNTS/17Notes on old industries at St Ives and at Peterborough, also newspaper cuttings.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (082)UMS/HUNTS/18Reprints from journals etc. relating to Hunts., epecially to St Ives and Eynesbury.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (083)UMS/HUNTS/19Varied references to Hunts. Guilds, refs. are to books, parish records, parish magazines etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (084)UMS/HUNTS/20Notes, "chiefly Archaeological," but a variety of topics are included e.g. a successful Church Mission in St Neots in 1882 ("Church Times").
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (085)UMS/HUNTS/21Extracts from Public Records (Hist. Manuscripts Commission) e.g. Duke of Portland's manuscripts (House of Lords), Civil War period and 18th century.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (086)UMS/HUNTS/22Notes re books etc. which refer to Hunts. items in Peterborough Libraries or Museum.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (087)UMS/HUNTS/23Notes re charity bequests in Hunts. Some names of schoolmasters etc.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (088)UMS/HUNTS/24Prehistoric Hunts: various rough notes, some correspondence with the Societies at Peterborough and Cambridge.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (089)UMS/HUNTS/25Notes on Huntingdonshire dialect, examples of local speech, one note signed by Cuthbert Bede.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (090)UMS/HUNTS/27Various curious rhymes etc. and other notes; some hasty pencil notes of uncertain relevance.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (091)UMS/HUNTS/28Notes concerning lost manuscripts: work by various individuals "lost" in private collections.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (092)UMS/HUNTS/37Extracts from several publications and sources relating to local proverbs and particular words and phrases, presumably the work of Norris, some refs. to Cuthbert Bede.
NORRIS, HerbertNo date (093)UMS/S.IVE/079Notes on the Perry or Perye family of St Ives, by H.E. Norris.
NORTH, John1810UMS/BUCKD/072Abstract of title. John North the younger to a copyhold estate held of the manor of Buckden with the Members.
NORTH, William1609UMS/NON-H/087Indenture: mortgage of the Manor of Midgham, Co. Southampton, by William North to George Basketh of Aspe, Isle of Wight (and others). Signatures and tags for seals. Dated 7th June 6 Jas 1.
NORTHAMPTON, Mary, Countess of1705UMS/FENST/16Lease for 21 years, the Rt Hon Mary Countess of Northampton to Alice Abett of Fenstanton, widow, of several parcels of land in Fenstanton.
WATER NEWTON, Manor of1668UMS/W.NEW/23Notes concerning the Manor of Water Newton.
NUCELLA, Timothy1759UMS/HEM.G/022Conveyance of property in Hemingford Grey in trust for the use of Guede's Charity: Timothy Nucella and others, to Jacobs and others.
NUCELLA, Timothy1792UMS/HEM.G/021Conveyance of property in Hemingford Grey in trust for the use of Guede's Charity: Timothy Nucella and Sir Charles Pole to Isaac Blydesteyn and others.
Number vacant-UMS/ELLIN/11This number vacant.
NUTTER, James1749UMS/S.IVE/017Admission (attested copy): James Nutter, on the surrender of John Nutter.
NUTTER, James1751 (i)UMS/S.IVE/027Release (attested copy): James Nutter the elder to James Nutter the younger, of property in the Sheep Market, St Ives.
NUTTER, James1751 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/150Indenture. Release of copyhold of the Manors of St Ives and Bluntisham . . . James Nutter senior to James Nutter, junior.
NUTTER, James1785 (i)UMS/S.IVE/011Copy of Surrender by James Nutter to Joseph Knightly.
NUTTER, James1785 (ii)UMS/S.IVE/020Surrender by James Nutter of Cambridge to Joseph Knightly of St Ives, butcher, of property in the Sheep Market in St Ives.
NUTTER, James1853UMS/HEM.G/118Indenture between James Nutter and Rev Peregrine Curtois of Hemingford Grey of the will of Ann Garrett leaving land to James Nutter.
NUTTER, John1745UMS/S.IVE/149Copy of the will of John Nutter of St Ives, sieve maker. All freehold messuages, lands etc. to nephew James Nutter, son of brother James Nutter of Cambridge.
NUTTER, John1785UMS/S.IVE/016Surrender: James Nutter of Cambridge, to Joseph Knightly of St Ives, of property in Sheep Market, St Ives.
NUTTER, Thomas1775 (i)UMS/HOUGH/07Admission of Thomas Nutter to a close of pasture in the manor of Houghton cum Witton and his surrender of the same to Adrian Johnson to the intent a recovery may be had of the premises.
OAKES, John Jacob1768UMS/BLUNT/11Institution of John Jacob Oakes, clerk, M.A. to the rectory of Bluntisham, vacant by the cession of Robert Butts, clerk, the last incumbent there.
OAKS, Lucy1826UMS/HUNTN/103Letter from Lucy Oaks asking for support, backed by B. Lee, minister, W. Cater, churchwarden and George Oakley, surgeon.
OATES, William1721 (ii)UMS/UPWOD/153List of the goods of William Oates of Upwood seized by Thomas Charter for the use of William Pheasant, 17th January 1721.
OATES, William1721 (i)UMS/UPWOD/005Release of lands by William Oates to William Pheasant.
ODAMS, Elliott1902UMS/S.IVE/082Document by Elliott Odams handing over the Victoria fountain and lamp to St Ives Urban District Council.
OFFLEY, Emanuel1684UMS/HEM.G/046Emanuel Offley's covenant: John Martin Willis and Thomas Maylie. (?Maylin)
OFFORD BRIDGES1853UMS/OFFRD/23Papers relating to Offord bridges.
OFFORD MILLS1840UMS/OFFRD/22Specifications of work to be done at Offord and Buckden mills, with schedules of fixtures etc.
OFFORD, Manor of1478UMS/OFFRD/28Copy, 16th-17th century, of a document in Latin concerning the usual action of the Escheator in the manor of Offord at the death of the tenant in chief, namely Thomas Stannton, made in 1478.
OFFORDS*UMS/OFFRDSee also UMS/E & P/11, which includes lists of voters in the Offords in 1858-9.
OKINS, Charles1849UMS/BUCKD/064Abstract of title. Mr Charles Okins to a freehold estate in Buckden.
OLIVE, Thomas Giles1854UMS/NON-H/105Will (dated 8th February 1854) of Thomas Giles Olive, of Mitcham, Surrey, gent; proved 17th February 1859.
OLIVER, Dixie1790UMS/EYNES/146Bond, Dixie Oliver of Eynesbury, yeoman, to William Fowler of St Neots, brewer, to secure payment of £260 with interest.
OLIVER, Dixie1806UMS/EYNES/148Mortgage bond, Dixie Oliver of Eynesbury to Samuel Richards of Risley Co. Beds.
OLIVER, Dixie1818UMS/S.NEO/008Abstract of title: Dixie Oliver to freehold messuages in St Neots.
OLIVER, Elizabeth1777UMS/EYNES/030Indemnity. Mrs Elizabeth Oliver to Robert Pattison of Eynesbury as to a farm of Thomas Benson of the City of Canterbury, Esq.
OLIVER, Elizabeth and Mary1787UMS/EYNES/139Assignment, Mrs Elizabeth Oliver and Mary Oliver, both of Eynesbury, to Benjamin Palmer of Bedford, of arrears of annuity.
OLIVER, Henry1755UMS/S.NEO/275Will of Henry Oliver of St Neots, butcher.
OLIVER, John1708UMS/S.NEO/189Lease to put in possession, between John Oliver of St Neots, butcher, John Langhorn of Potton and Edward Negus of St Neots, taylor.
OLIVER, John1709UMS/S.NEO/133Conveyance by John Oliver of St Neots, butcher, and John Langhome of Potton, Beds., grazier, to Edward Negus of St Neots, taylor, of a tenement in St Neots.
OLIVER, Joseph1850UMS/S.NEO/007Abstract of title: Joseph Oliver to a common right in St Neots Commons.
OLIVER, Robert1688UMS/S.NEO/169Conveyance by Robert Oliver of St Neots, yeoman, and Anne his wife, to Francis Staddard of St Neots, blacksmith, of a messuage in Huntingdon Street, and other premises there.
ONSLOW, Denzil1879UMS/G.STA/031Probate of the will of Denzil Onslow Esq., of Great Staughton.
ONSLOW, Guilford J.H.1840UMS/G.STA/033Settlement made by Guilford J.H. Onslow Esq., of his reversionary contingent interest under the wills of the Ladies Georgina Charlotte Onslow and Harriett Elizabeth Onslow.
ONSLOW, Guilford J.H.1862UMS/G.STA/034Appointment of new trustees of settlement in UMS/G.STA/033 above.
ONSLOW, Louisa1879UMS/G.STA/032Probate of the will of Louisa Onslow of Great Staughton.
ONSLOW, Maria1839UMS/S.NEO/563Schedule of deeds handed over to Miss Maria Onslow and covenanted by her to be produced to the several purchasers of the Sussex and Surrey Estates. Deeds start August 1796. The family of Lustington: Sir Henry Lustington, Bart. and several members of the Onslow family are mentioned. Solicitors: Day and ?? of St Neots.
ONSLOW, Maria1879UMS/G.STA/091Schedule of estate documents relating to the Gt Staughton estate of Miss Maria Onslow. Earliest document dated 1 June 1659, latest 1879.
ONSLOW, Maria1879xUMS/G.STA/004Abstract of Title: schedule of documents relating to the Great Staughton estate handed over to Maria Onslow.
ONSLOW, Middleton1811UMS/G.STA/039Probate of the will of Middleton Onslow of Great Staughton.
OSBORNE, William1861UMS/S.NEO/594St Neots: specification for work on sewer; acceptance of terms by William Osborne of St Neots, builder, with his receipt for payment. Specification date May 1861. Sum of £94.13s.6d paid 12 October 1861.
OVERALL, Ann1748UMS/RAMSY/099Probate of the will of Ann Overall of Ramsey, widow.
OVERALL, Francis1734UMS/RAMSY/035Conveyance by Francis Overall the elder of Ramsey, gent, to Francis Overall the younger, his son, of a messuage in the Great White, and other premises in Ramsey, with covenants to levy a fine.
OVERALL, Henry1682UMS/HEM.G/006Conveyance by Henry Overall of Hemingford Grey, gent., to Thomas Maylin the younger of the same, of one rood of arable land in Hemingford Grey.
OVERALL, Mary1707UMS/UPWOD/214Mary Overall admitted to a messuage at a Court Leet and Court Baron for Upwood, 17th April 1707.
OVERALL, Thomas1758UMS/RAMSY/095Appointment by William de Grey Esq., chief justice of the Isle of Ely, of Thomas Overall of Ramsey, as commissioner of oaths, for the Isle of Ely.
OVERMAN, John1702UMS/UPWOD/162John Overman of Aldgate, Bond of £1000 to William Bridges, mercer, of London, 6th September 1702.
OVERMAN, Richard1718UMS/UPWOD/159Subpoena of Richard Overman to appear at Hertford Assizes, 21st July 1718.
OWEN, Thomas1740UMS/EYNES/058Bond whereby Thomas Owen of Chatteris Co. Cambs. acknowledges himself bound to Robert Pattison the elder of Eynesbury gent., in £50 to perform certain covenants.
OWEN, Thomas1743UMS/EYNES/059Copy of surrender, manor of Eynesbury Berkleys etc. Thomas Owen of Chatteris Co. Cambs.., yeoman, to the use of Robert Pattison the elder of Eynesbury, gent., of a tenement and orchard in Eynesbury.
PACKER, S.H.1830UMS/SOUTH/12Title of S.H. Packer to two freehold premises, barn, yard, garden and close of pasture in Southoe.
PAGE, George1843UMS/HAILW/35Probate of will of George Page, late of Hail Weston, yeoman. Will dated 15 June 1838, death 27 Jan 1843, will proved Sept. 1843. Property in Hail Weston and Eaton Socon to be sold. Much family detail.
PAGE, William1795UMS/HEM.G/101Indenture for placing William Page as an apprentice chimney sweep to Samuel Spriggs.
PAGITT, Richard1671UMS/FENTN/05Bargain and sale of a messuage and yard in Fenton, Richard Pagitt of Westminster to Robert Ward of Fenton.
PAGITT, Richard1677UMS/FENTN/04Bargain and sale of a tenement and a fen lot thereto belonging in Fenton, Richard Pagitt of Westminster to Robert Ward of Fenton.
PAIGE, Robert1630UMS/HEM.A/08Indenture of lease by Robert Paige of Leighton Co. Hunts. and others, Lords of, and many others, tenants of the Manor of Hemingford Abbots, to Edmund Costeloe, gent., of Hemingford Grey, of ten acres of land in Hemingford Abbots.
PAIN, Elizabeth1762UMS/S.NEO/137Copy of the admission of Elizabeth Pain on the surrender of John Pain, her husband, to land in the Manor of St Neots.
PAIN, John1729UMS/BUCKD/095Manor of Buckden. Copy of Court Roll. Admission of John Pain under the will of his father (Edward) to property in Buckden.
PAIN, John1730UMS/S.NEO/138Admission of John Pain as a brother and heir of Thomas Pain, in the Manor of St Neots.
PAIN, John1739UMS/BUCKD/026Surrender (copy) by John Pain, to the use of John Ingram of Buckden, carpenter, of a cottage in Buckden.
PAIN, Joseph1729UMS/S.NEO/127Mortgage by Joseph Pain of Kimbolton, baker, to Thomas Colson of Kimbolton, chapman, of a close of pasture ground in St Neots.
PAIN, Joseph1735UMS/S.NEO/121Release of a close of pasture called Burnt Close in St Neots: Joseph Pain of Kimbolton, baker, and Mary his wife, to John Trott of St Neots, gent.
PAIN, Thomas1778UMS/S.NEO/059Admission of Thomas Pain on the death of Elizabeth Atwood in the Manor of St Neots.
PAINENo dateUMS/OFFRD/06Extract of Mr Paine's title to copyhold premises in Offord, 19th century.
PAINE, Elizabeth1770UMS/S.NEO/114Release of an estate in Green End, St Neots: Elizabeth Paine of St Neots, widow, to Thomas Paine of Grafham, Hunts., gent.
PAINE, Jabes1863UMS/PAXTN/24Answer of Jabes Paine to a bill of complaint of William Dent in Chancery.
PAINE, John1762UMS/S.NEO/136Copy of the will of John Paine of St Neots.
PAINE, Thomas1706UMS/S.NEO/098Release of land in the furlong called Long Sands in St Neots: Jane Wye and Hugh Wye, both of St Neots, to Thomas Paine of the same, baker.
PAINE, Thomas1717UMS/S.NEO/091Deed to lead to the uses of a fine: between Edward Mason of Stamford, sievemaker, and Elizabeth his wife; John Pattison of St Neots, horsebuyer; Thomas Paine of St Neots, baker; and Thomas Pheasant of the same, gunsmith; of a messuage with premises in St Neots.
PALEY, William1571UMS/STILT/16Conveyance by William Paley of Stilton, yeoman, to Edmund Elwes of Walton, Co. Northants., gent., of the Tabert, and George and Priory close in Stilton.
PALMER1823UMS/KIMBN/073Manor of Kimbolton: conditional surrender of a messuage and several closes of land for securing £400: Charlotte Ann, Charlotte and Caroline Palmer, spinsters all of Uppingham, to Samuel Stokes of Caldicott.
PALMER1827UMS/KIMBN/151Abstract of Mrs and Miss Palmer's title to an estate in Stonely.
PALMER1827 (i)UMS/KIMBN/078Manor of Kimbolton: attested copy of absolute surrender by Mrs and Misses Palmer to Benjamin Welstead of various closes.
PALMER1827 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/167Abstract of Title of Mrs and the Misses Palmer to property in Stonely held of the Manor of Kimbolton. Court Records quoted back to the year 1759.
PALMER, C1815UMS/S.NEO/326Letter from C. Palmer to her mother in the St Neots Poor House.
PALMER, Charlotte1824UMS/KIMBN/150Agreement between Charlotte Palmer, widow, and Charlotte and Caroline Palmer, spinsters, all of Uppingham, Rutland, and Carter Beedham of Kimbolton, farmer.
PALMER, Elizabeth1776UMS/KIMBN/081Manor of Kimbolton: admission of Elizabeth the wife of John Palmer on the surrender of William Abearn to freehold and copyhold messuages, tenements and lands.
PALMER, Elizabeth1794UMS/KIMBN/007Attested copy of the will of Elizabeth Palmer of Kimbolton.
PALMER, Francis1668UMS/LANDS/13Final agreement at Westminster concering a messuage etc. in Kimbolton: names Francis Palmer, Thomas Bishop, Elizabeth Herbert (among others). Dated 21 Chas II (1668).
PALMER, Francis1669UMS/KIMBN/108Lease and release of a messuage and premises in High Street, Kimbolton: Francis Pallmer of Stanford Baron Co. Northants., tailor; Thomas Bythopp of Stanford, Lincs., apothecary; Katherine and Elizabeth and Francis Herbert of Kimbolton; to Andrew Read of Kimbolton, gent.
PALMER, Francis1685-8UMS/LANDS/14Final agreement at Westminster concering a messuage etc. in Kimbolton: names Francis Palmer, Thomas Bishop and members of the Herbert family. James II (1685-8).
PALMER, Francis1762UMS/HOLME/02Release of a messuage or tenement with several pieces of fen ground: Francis Palmer of Holme, yeoman, to Robert Mitchell of Sawtry All Saints, gent.
PALMER, George1799UMS/KIMBN/018Abstract of George Palmer's title to a copyhold estate in Kimbolton.
PALMER, George1850UMS/KEYST/13Rent Charge (tithes). Detailed schedule of the land of George Palmer, 260 acres approx. Rent charge in lieu of tithes to be paid to the Rector of the Parish of Keyston. 10 August 1850.
PALMER, John1762UMS/CATWO/12-13Lease and release, John Palmer of Olney Co. Bucks., draper, to Thomas Ekins of Raunds, Co. Northants., yeoman, of a messuage and lands in Gt Catworth.
PALMER, John1779UMS/KIMBN/075Manor of Kimbolton: admission of John Palmer of Kimbolton to five acres of land on the surrender of Peter Saunders of Huntingdon.
PALMER, John1788UMS/KIMBN/077Manor of Kimbolton: admission of John Palmer and Elizabeth his wife to various messuages and lands.
PALMER, John1791 (i)UMS/KIMBN/008Attested copy of probate of the will of John Palmer of Kimbolton.
PALMER, John1791 (ii)UMS/KIMBN/030Copy of the will of John Palmer of Kimbolton.