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Note N56In a plan of the town of Willingham made in 1575, Henry Ingle owned the freehold of a commonable house, numbered 39, "to which no land belonged" (elsewhere in the manor, presumably). "Commonable" implied grazing rights for a few cattle and/or horses on the common land of the manor. See Cambs Archives R59/14/5/8(b).
In 1578 he made payments to the fen reeves for Ellins Gill(?).
In1593, Henry Ingle was one of 103 contributing a total of about £100 for maintaining a school for the town. His contribution was twelve shillings.
In a plan of the town of Willingham made in 1603, Henry Ingle owned the property numbered 95, in Mill End (later called Silver Street), with two cottages in the close. See Cambs Archives R59/14/5/8(d).
In 1602, Henry Ingle was named as one of 71 tenants of the manor of Willingham in dispute with the new lord of the manor, Sir Miles Sandys, over use of the commons.