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    James 1 - volume 97, May 1618, 01 May 1618-31 May 1618

    ] May 30. Wisbeach. 86. Ordinances of the Commissioners of Sewers that a drain shall be made through Wivelingham and Cottenham to the Ouse, and an old drain called Meargoes, running through Haddenham and Wilberton, to carry off the overflowings Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 15 April 1637-30 November 1637

    , Robert petitions and other papers of certificate of witnesses against minute concerning his son-in-law Riggshis , John Riots in Cottenham fens, co. Cambridge in co. Lincoln in co. Worcester Rishworth , co. York Rives or Ryves , Dr. Thomas, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    to Corse , Lysbet Corser (Cortez), Lieut. Simon Corticeli , Angelo Corunna Coryton , Lady Sir William Cotar , Claud Cottenham Cotterell , Capt. Charles Cotton , Capt. Andrew, letter from Capt., letters to Lieut.-Col. Isaac Mrs. Samuel Sir Robert Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, August 1645, 01 August 1645-31 August 1645

    for the said debt. 8 101 133 151 DEP. 101 152 8 Feb. 1650. John Wright and John Brigham, of Cottenham, co. Cambridge, as executors of Thos. Brigham, to be apprehended to answer their contempt in not delivering up the Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Iscoed. Caerinion Ucheoed. Calstock. Camoishall. Castle Lea. Caxton. Cayo. Chanddesley Corbett. Chalworth. Chaweers. Chobham. Climslan d Prior. Coggeshall. Conington. Coton. Cottenham. Crowland. Croxton. Culworth. Curry Mallet. Dacre. Dauntsey. Denbigh. Dinorben Fawr. Dinton. Dowth. Dynmace. East Greenwich. East Hendred. East Molesey.

    Charles I - volume 110, July 13-24, 1628, 13 July 1628-24 July 1628

    . 57. ] July 16. Westminster. Presentation of Edmund Mason, D.D., one of the Royal chaplains, to the rectory of Cottenham, co. Cambridge, on the promotion of the late incumbent to the bishoprick of Bath and Wells. [ Ibid., No Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 367, September 1-19, 1637, 01 September 1637-19 September 1637

    Cambridge, and John Wicksteed and Thomas Purchas, aldermen of the same town, by Thomas Lovell and Francis Emerson, both of Cottenham, in 20 l . apiece, and John Howell, of the same place, in 40 l ., conditioned for the Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Corvin , Thos. Coryat , Thos. Costa , Peter de la Coster , Mich. de Cotgarth Cotherstoke Cotten , Pet. Cottenham Cotterell , Clem. Cotterill , John Cottingham Cottingham , Sir Jas. Cottington , Fras., Agent to Spain letters of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, E, 15 April 1637-30 November 1637

    affidavit of Ely , Bishop of, see White, Francis. Isle of Viscount, see Loftus, Adam. Emerson , Francis, saltpetreman of Cottenham, recognizances of Empacombe , Maker, Cornwall Endeavour , the, of Shoreham Enew , Henry England , Church of English Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 70, March 21-31, 1663, 21 March 1663-31 March 1663

    choose the latter to the Fellowship void by the death of Mr. Johnson. John Manby was 18 years sequestered from Cottenham Parsonage, co. Cambridge, for his zeal to the Church of England, and his loyalty. March ? 66. Petition of Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1653, July (3 of 5), 01 July 1653-31 July 1653

    next is, the Dutch prisoners not only refuse to work, but are encouraged by the country people of Swaffam, Waterbeach, Cottenham, and other places, who are opposite to the work of dreining, to run away, hiding them in the corn;

    Charles II, October 1674, 01 October 1674-31 October 1674

    ] Oct. 18. Caveat at the desire of the Duke of Monmouth, that no presentation pass of the living of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, now in possession of Dr. Compton, Bishop elect of Oxford. [ S.P. Dom., Entry Book 45, p . Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, March 1533, 1-10, 01 March 1533-31 March 1533

    and today received his letter, dated at London the 6th, desiring to have the next advowson of the benefice of Cottenham. Regrets that in this matter he cannot gratify him. The incumbent died about six days ago, and the Bishop

    Treasury Warrants, July 1716, 11-20, 11 July 1716-20 July 1716

    the marsh called the Low Fen and Offen), and f rom the said ferry to Overload super montana de Waterbeach, Cottenham, Hampton, Winchingham and Over in Co. Cambridge and Swacey Marsh; and in the west from Erith ad molem (anglice

    General Index, C, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    with the Yorkshire plot certificate by letters of letters to paper by petition of secretary of Costa , David de Cottenham Parsonage Cotterel , Sir Chas., master of ceremonies, payments to Cotterell , Capt. Edw., letters of Jas. Cottington , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1670-31 December 1670

    ships at Corunna , Spain, travellers to Cosin , Dr. John, Bishop of Durham letters to Cossacks , rebellion among Cottenham , co. Cambridge, resident at Cotter , Capt. Jas., petitions of Cotterel , Sir Chas., Master of the Ceremonies Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, Miscellaneous 1607, 01 January 1606-31 December 1607

    Earl of Salisbury. [ c . 1607 ] . He is petitioning on behalf of the tenants and inhabitants of Cottenham, Cambridge; they passed to his brother, Sir William Hynde, 400 acres of the best and driest grounds of the

    Charles II - volume 199, May 1-8, 1667, 01 May 1667-08 May 1667

    for fortifying Landguard Point. [ Docquet . ] May 2. 19. Caveat that no grant pass of the Rectory of Cottenham alias Cotnam, diocese of Ely, and in the King's gift by the vacancy of that see, without first consulting Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    late Bishop of Durham, lease of lead mines held from death of Cotes , Edmund. See Cavendish, Henry, Lord Mansfield. Cottenham , Cambridgeshire, living of, caveat concerning Cotter. Capt., appointment in place of Cottington , Madamoiselle de, letter concerning business Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, November 1646, 01 November 1646-30 November 1646

    his family, are to allow him to remain there, he having paid or secured his fine. 4 207 Thos. Jackson, Cottenham, Co. Cambridge. Vol. G No. or p. C. 192 145 147 P.E. 192 149 R. 192 141 10 Nov. Subscribers-only content

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