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The overlays that highlight 17th century London features are approximate and derived from:

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vicente   Link to this

Impington see map South of the family seat at Cottenham North of his Alma Mater at Cambridge
General area showing Family Pepys Hunting Grounds
http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?client=p...

vicente   Link to this

from http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?com...
Sir William Hinde's brother and heir Edward sold his reversionary interest in 1615 to the Cambridge carrier Thomas Hobson, (Footnote 10) who took possession in 1625. By will proved 1631 Hobson left his Cottenham estates to his grandson and heir, also Thomas Hobson (d. 1667), (Footnote 11) who was succeeded by his widow Catherine. (Footnote 12) Catherine outlived her second husband John Pepys (d. 1692) and died in 1703

From: British History Online
Source: Cottenham: Manors and other estates. A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume IX, A. P. M. Wright & C. P. Lewis (Editors) (1989).
URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?com...
Date: 04/08/2004

Pedro.   Link to this

Impington

The motto of the Pepys family translated is:- "As the mind of each, so is the man".

A history of Impington WRITTEN BY ROBERT JEEPS OF IMPINGTON. FEBRUARY 1893 see

vicente   Link to this

Follow up on Pedro : interesting aerial shot of the village and the surrounding lands. http://www.hisimp.net/maps/settlel.htm

Terry Foreman   Link to this

Histon and Impington are villages in Cambridgeshire, England. They are situated just north of Cambridge. Over the years the two villages have grown and entwined together, to such an extent that many villagers today do not know where one ends and the other begins. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histon_and_Impington

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