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    Dry Drayton Charities for the poor

    Dry Drayton Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR In the Middle Ages Swavesey priory's lessee was supposed to distribute herrings and wheaten bread to the poor on St. Andrew's day. 7 Joan Umfrey by will proved 1521 left

    Dry Drayton Nonconformity

    ( 1851 ); cf. Walker , Dry Drayton , i. 75. P.R.O., HO 129/186 (1), f. 5. Char. Com. files; C.R.O., 132/M 51, pp. 189-92. C.U.L., E.D.R., C 3/25. Walker , Dry Drayton , i. 77-8. Baptist Handbk . (

    Dry Drayton Education

    Cambs. 4-5. Walker , Dry Drayton , i. 79, and facing pp. 1-2; C.R.O., P 58/25/12 ; P.R.O., HO 107/64; HO 107/ 1759 ; ibid. RG9/ 1018 ; RG 10/ 1579 . Walker , Dry Drayton , i. 74; P.R.O.,

    Dry Drayton Local government

    rates, while labourers were apportioned among the farmers. 25 Dry Drayton was included in the Chesterton poor-law union in 1836 , 26 and the workhouse was shortly sold. 27 Dry Drayton belonged to Chesterton R.D. from the 1890s 28 and

    Dry Drayton Church

    Dry Drayton Church CHURCH The patronage of Dry Drayton church remained with Crowland abbey until the Dissolution. 34 Rectors were recorded from the mid 12th century, the first known being William of Lavington, archdeacon of Ely c . 1150-8 .

    Chesterton Hundred Chesterton Hundred 1845

    of Chesterton (30 hides), in the north Histon (30 hides) and Cottenham with Westwick (30 hides), in the west Dry Drayton and the two Childerleys (30 hides). The hundred may have been created from a larger area, including the later

    Dry Drayton Manors

    Dry Drayton Manors MANORS Perhaps from its foundation, 53 Crowland abbey possessed an estate at Dry Drayton , assessed in 1086 at 7½ hides, 54 which remained a demesne manor of the abbey until its surrender in 1539 . 55

    Childerley Economic history

    4 s . or less. 31 Chil derley was until then predominantly arable. About 1250 fields towards Boxworth and Dry Drayton were recorded, 32 while c . 1300 Little Childerley had its own Long Mead . 33 By 1510, however,

    Teversham Charities for the poor

    £5 as a stock for Teversham 's poor, Robert Olyver in 1613 another £5, 68 and Richard Rose of Dry Drayton (fl. 1650) £4, yielding c . 17 18 4 s . interest. 69 P.R.O., C 93/56/19 ; cf. C.R.O.,

    Dry Drayton Introduction Dry Drayton c. 1800

    Dry Drayton Introduction DRY DRAYTONDry Drayton, 54 which formerly contained 2,421 a., 55 lies 8 km. (5 miles) north-west of Cambridge , occupying an approximate quadrilateral, bounded on the north by the CambridgeHuntingdon road and on the south by

    Childerley Introduction Childerley in the mid 18th century

    Broadway in Lolworth . It was crossed near the Hall by another between the southern part of Boxworth and Dry Drayton . 75 Childerley in the mid 18th century In 1086 Great Childerley was occupied by 14 and Little Childerley

    Analysis of Cambridgeshire hearth tax assessments Chesterton , Northstowe and Papworth Hundreds, 1662, 1666, 1674

    were: Chesterton 19 (and 1 name deleted), Cottenham 33 (and 1 name deleted), Dry Drayton 8, Histon 9. Fragmentary certificates for 1673-4 survive for Dry Drayton and Histon . With empty, wrongly totted as 301 in the roll. Wrongly totted

    Dry Drayton Economic history

    RG 9/ 1018 . Walker , Dry Drayton , i, facing p. 75. P.R.O., RG 10/ 1579 ; RG 11/ 1659 . Below, charities. C.R.O., R 54/20/60 , s.a. 1895. Walker , Dry Drayton , Add. pt. i. 10; pt.

    Alien houses Priory of Swavesey

    field each of wheat and oats, and all Alan's property in Dry Drayton . 1 This grant was made before 1086, when the 3 hides in Dry Drayton were duly recorded as held of the count by the monks of

    Lolworth Economic history

    failed. 52 Sheep were widely kept: in the late 14th and the 15th century Lolworth men often trespassed into Dry Drayton with flocks of 40 or more. 53 In 1610 one farmer sent 50 lambs for sale at Royston market,

    Boxworth Manors

    later royal claims 64 treated as his family's freehold, was probably part of the 230 a. at Boxworth and Dry Drayton that Sir John Cutts (d. 1615) sold in 1575 to his stepfather John Hutton . 65 The abbey's grange,

    Oakington Economic history

    abbey's villeins denied its claim that by custom they must, after harvesting the Oakington demesne, reap 120 selions at Dry Drayton . Their refusal was upheld in 1340 . 74 In 1381, following disturbances ( excessus ) early in July

    List of maps

    Based on Cottenham inclosure map, 1847 (C.R.O., Q/RDc 66) and Westwick tithe map, 1838 (C.R.O., P 124/27/1) " 50 Dry Drayton c . 1800. Based on a pre-inclosure map, c . 1810 (C.R.O., 124/P 44) " 72 Histon and Impington

    Northstowe Hundred Northstowe Hundred 1845

    meeting place, was borne from the 13th century to the 17th by a plot near the eastern boundary of Dry Drayton . 2 In the late 11th century Northstowe hundred, assessed at 110 1/2; hides, consisted of 10 vills, several

    Madingley Manors and other estates Madingley Hall

    to his eldest son William 53 (kt. 1603). 54 In 1599 William married Elizabeth, widow of John Hutton of Dry Drayton , upon whom he settled all his lands for her life. When he died childless in 1606 , Elizabeth

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