Domesday Survey
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'Domesday Survey: Translation of the text ', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 1: Physique, Archaeology, Domesday, Ecclesiastical Organization, The Jews, Religious Houses, Education of Working Classes to 1870, Private Education from Sixteenth Century (1969), pp. 119-129. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=22108 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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MIDELSEXE [I. KING WILLIAM] II. LAND OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY III. LAND OF THE BISHOP OF LONDON In Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred IIII. LAND OF ST. PETER OF WESTMINSTER IN OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED IN SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED IN HELETORNE [ELTHORNE] HUNDRED V. LAND OF THE HOLY TRINITY OF THE MOUNT AT ROUEN VI. LAND OF THE CHURCH OF BARKING IN OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED VII. LAND OF EARL ROGER SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED HELETHORNE [ELTHORNE] HUNDRED VIII. LAND OF THE COUNT OF MORTAIN IN SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED IN GARE [GORE] HUNDRED IX. LAND OF GEOFFREY DE MANDEVILLE OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED In Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred Delmetone [Edmonton] Hundred X. LAND OF ERNULF OF HESDIN Heletorne [Elthorne] Hundred XI. LAND OF WALTER SON OF OTHER Speletorne [Spelthorne] Hundred XII. LAND OF WALTER DE ST. VALERY Honeslauu [Hounslow] Hundred XIII. LAND OF RICHARD SON OF GILBERT Heletorne [Elthorne] Hundred XIIII. LAND OF ROBERT GERNON Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XV. LAND OF ROBERT FAFITON Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XVI. LAND OF ROBERT SON OF ROSCELIN Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XVII. LAND OF ROBERT BLUND Speletorne [Spelthorne] Hundred XVIII. LAND OF ROGER DE RAMES Spelethorne [Spelthorne] Hundred XIX. LAND OF WILLIAM SON OF ANSCULF Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred XX. LAND OF EDWARD OF SALISBURY Osuluestan [Ossulstone] Hundred XXI. LAND OF AUBREY DE VER Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XXII. LAND OF RANULF BROTHER OF ILGER Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XXIII. LAND OF DERMAN OF LONDON Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred XXIIII. LAND OF COUNTESS JUDITH Delmetone [Edmonton] Hundred XXV. LAND GIVEN IN ALMS Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred Footnotes

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In the following translation (fn. 1) identifications of Domesday place-names have been put in square brackets. Quotations from the Latin text, where given, have been placed in brackets and italic type. The items in the Survey have been numbered by the editor and are identified thus in the introduction. The numbering of fiefs is that of the manuscript. The phrase T(empore) R(egis) E(duuardi) is rendered throughout as T.R.E.

(f. 126b)

(1) HERE ARE NOTED THE LANDHOLDERS IN MIDDELSEXE
I. King William
II. The Archbishop of Canterbury
III. The Bishop of London And His Canons
IIII. The Abbey of Westminster
V. The Abbey of Holy Trinity, Rouen
VI. The Abbey of Barking
VII. Earl Roger
VIII. The Count of Mortain
IX. Geoffrey de Mandeville
X. Eernulf of Hesdin (de Hesding)
XI. Walter Fitz Other (filius Other)
XII. Walter of Saint Valery
XIII. Richard Fitz Gilbert (filius Gilleberti comitis)
XIIII. Robert Gernon
XV. Robert Fafiton
XVI. Robert Fitz Roscelin (filius Rozelini)
XVII. Robert Blund (blundus)
XVIII. Roger de Rames
XIX. William Fitz Ansculf (filius Ansculf)
XX. Edward of Salisbury
XXI. Aubrey de Ver
XXII. Ranulf Brother of Ileger
XXIII. Derman
XXIIII. Contess (fn. 2) Judith
The King's Almsmen (Elemosinar' regis)

(f. 127)

MIDELSEXE

[I. KING WILLIAM] (fn. 3)

(2) In Osuluestane [Osuluestane] Hundred King William holds 12½ acres of Nanesmaneslande. (fn. 4) This land was and is worth 5s. King Edward had it (fn. 5) in the same way.

In the same hundred the king has 30 cottars (fn. 6) who render yearly 14s. 10½d.

At Holeburne [Holborn] the king has 2 cottars who render yearly 20d. to the king's sheriff. T.R.E. the Sheriff of Middlesex always had the custody of these cottars.

William the Chamberlain renders yearly 6s. to the king's sheriff for the land on which his vineyard is situated.

II. LAND OF THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

(3) Archbishop Lanfranc holds Hesa (fn. 7) [Hayes] for 59 hides. There is land for 40 ploughs. To the demesne belong 12 hides and there are 2 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and villeins there are 26 ploughs, and there can be 12 more. A priest there has 1 hide, and 3 knights (milites) 6½ hides, and 2 villeins 2 hides, and 12 villeins each ½ hide, and 20 villeins each 1 virgate of land, and 40 villeins each ½ virgate, and [there are] 16 bordars on (de) 2 hides. There are 12 cottars and 2 serfs. There [is] 1 mill [rendering] 4s., and meadow for 1 plough. (fn. 8) [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 400 pigs and [yielding] 3s. The whole is worth £30; and when he received it [it was worth] £12; T.R.E. £40. Archbishop Stigand held this manor.

(4) In the Hundred Of Gara [Gore] Archbishop Lanfranc holds Herges [Harrow]. It was assessed at 100 hides T.R.E. and is [so assessed] now. There is land for 70 ploughs. To the demesne belong 30 hides and there are 4 ploughs and there can be 5 more. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 45 ploughs, and there can be 16 more. A priest there [has] 1 hide, and 3 knights 6 hides, and under them dwell 7 men. There [are] 13 villeins each on ½ hide, and 28 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 48 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 13 villeins on 4 hides, and 2 cottars on 13 acres, and 2 serfs. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 2,000 pigs. The whole is worth £56; and when he received it [it was worth] £20; T.R.E. £60. Earl (fn. 9) Leofwine held this manor on the day on which King Edward was alive and dead.

(5) In the Hundred Of Helethorne [Elethorne] Geoffrey de Mandeville holds 2 hides of Archbishop Lanfranc. [There is] land for 1 plough and there is 1 villein with 1 plough who holds the land, and 4 cottars. [There is] wood[land] for 20 pigs. This land is worth 12s.; and when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 14s. Turbert the man of Earl Leofwine held it. He could not place or sell (fn. 10) [it] outside Harrow, the archbishop's manor.

III. LAND OF THE BISHOP OF LONDON

(6) In Oosuluestan' [Ossuluestone] Hundred the Bishop of London holds Stibenhede (fn. 11) [Stepney] for 32 hides. There is land for 25 ploughs. To the demesne belong 14 hides and there are 3 ploughs, and among the villeins 22 ploughs. There [are] 44 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 7 (fn. 12) villeins each on ½ hide, and 9 villeins each on ½ virgate; and 46 cottars on 1 hide render yearly 30s. There [are] 4 mills rendering (de) £4 16s. less 4d. [There is] meadow for 25 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill and [yielding] 15s.; wood[land] for 500 pigs and yielding 40s. The whole is worth £48; and when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £50. This manor belonged and belongs (fuit et est) to the bishopric.

(7) In the same vill Hugh de Berneres holds under the bishop 5 hides and 1 virgate of land. There is land for 4 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 plough, and the villeins [have] 3 ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on ½ hide, and 6 villeins on 3 virgates, and 2 bordars on ½ virgate, and 3 cottars on 2½ acres, and 1 mill rendering 66s. 8d. [There is] meadow for 4 ploughs; wood[land] for 150 pigs and yielding 3s. 6d. In all it is worth £6; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £7. Sired held 2½ hides of this manor. He was a canon of St. Paul's. He could give and sell [it] to whom he pleased without the bishop's permission. T.R.E. the Canons of St. Paul's held 2½ hides for their demesne support (de dominico victu suo) and Doding held 1 virgate and 1 mill from the bishop's own manor. He could not give or sell [it] except by his permission.

(8) In the same vill the wife of Brien holds 5 hides of the bishop. There is land for 2½ ploughs. In the demesne there is 1 plough, and there can be 1 plough among the villagers. There 1 villein on ½ hide renders yearly 4s. for his house (de domo sua), and another villein on ½ hide renders 8s. Roger the sheriff (fn. 13) holds ½ hide, and 15 bordars on 10 acres render 9s. [There is] wood[land] for 60 pigs; pasture for the cattle of the vill and [yielding] 5s. In all it is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s. Bishop William held this land in demesne, in the manor of Stepney, on the day on which King Edward was alive and dead.

(9) In the same vill Ranulf Flambard (fn. 14) holds of the bishop 3½ hides. (f. 127b). There is land for 5 ploughs. There [are] in demesne 2 ploughs, and 3 ploughs among the villeins. There [are] 14 bordars on 1¼ hide. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs and [yielding] 2s. There is no pasture (pastura non est). [There is] a wood for making fences (nemus ad sepes faciendas). In all it is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s. Godwin held this land under Bishop William. He could not give or sell [it] without the bishop's permission T.R.E.

(10) In the same vill William de Ver holds of the bishop 1 hide. There is land for 1 plough, and it is there in demesne. This land is worth 16s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; in the time of King Edward 20s. Bishop (fn. 15) William held this land in demesne with his manor of Stepney T.R.E.

(11) In the same vill Engelbric the canon holds of the bishop 1 hide and 1 virgate. There is land for 1 plough and it is there in demesne. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 4 bordars each on 7 acres, and 1 cottar. In all it is worth 40s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 50s. The same canon held of Bishop William T.R.E. He could not sell [it].

(12) In the same vill the Bishop of Lisieux holds of the Bishop of London 1½ hide. There is land for 1 plough, and there is ½ plough there and there can be ½ more. There [are] 2 bordars each on 5 acres, and 2 cottars on 4 acres, and 1 cottar. In all it is worth 40s., when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 50s. Bishop William held this land in demesne on the day on which King Edward was alive and dead.

(13) In the same vill William the Chamberlain (fn. 16) holds of the bishop 1½ hide and 1 virgate. There is land for 1½ plough. There [is] in demesne 1 plough, and there can be ½ more. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 6 bordars on 5 acres. In all it is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. Bishop William held this land in demesne on the day on which King Edward died.

(14) In the same [vill] Alvric Chacepul (fn. 17) holds 1 hide of the bishop. There is land for 1 plough, but the plough is wanting. This land is worth 10s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 13s. 4d. Bishop William held this land in demesne T.R.E.

(15) In the same vill Edmund fitz Algot (filius Algot') (fn. 18) holds of the bishop 1 mill which is worth 32s. 6d.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; but it was not there T.R.E.

(16) In the same vill Alwin, Brihtmar's son, (fn. 19) holds 1 mill which is worth 20s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. the same. He himself held [it] of Bishop William.

(17)M. (fn. 20) In Fuleham [Fulham] the Bishop of London holds 40 hides. There is land for 40 ploughs. To the demesne belong 13 hides and there are (fn. 21) 4 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 26 ploughs and there can be 10 more. There 5 villeins each [have] 1 hide, and [there are] 13 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 34 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 22 cottars on ½ hide, and 8 cottars with their gardens (de suis hortis). Among the Frenchmen (francigen') and certain burgesses of London [there are] 23 hides belonging to the land of the villagers (de terra villanorum). Under them dwell 31 villeins and bordars. [There is] meadow for 40 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. From half a weir (gurges) [is rendered] 10s. [There is] wood[land] for 1,000 pigs and [yielding] 17d. The whole is worth £40; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £50. This manor belonged and belongs to the bishopric.

(18) In the same vill Fulchered holds of the Bishop of London 5 hides. There is land for 3 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 plough and [there is] 1 plough among the villeins, and there can be a third. There [are] 6 villeins on ½ hide, and 4 cottars on 8 acres, and 3 cottars. [There is] meadow for 1 ox; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 300 pigs. The whole is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s. Two sokemen, who were the men of the Bishop of London, held this land. They could not give or sell [it] without the bishop's permission T.R.E.

(19) M. In the same vill the Canons of St. Paul's hold 5 hides of the king as 1 manor. (fn. 22) There is land for 5 ploughs. To the demesne belong 3 hides and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins [have] 2 ploughs, and there can be a third. There [are] 8 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 7 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 7 bordars each on 5 acres, and 16 cottars and 2 serfs. [There is] meadow for 5 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 150 pigs. In all it is worth £8; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £10. The same Canons of St. Paul's held this manor in demesne T.R.E., and it is for their demesne support (de victu eorum).

In Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(20) Durand, Canon of St. Paul's, holds of the king 2 hides of land in Tueuerde [Twyford]. (fn. 23) There is land for 1½ plough. There are 3 villeins on ½ hide and ½ virgate. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 100 pigs. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s.

(21) In the same vill Gueri, Canon of St. Paul's, holds 2 hides of land. There is land for 1½ plough. In demesne there is 1 plough, and there can be ½ more. There [are] 2 villeins on 1 virgate, and 1 bordar on 6 acres, and 3 cottars. [There is] wood[land] for 50 pigs. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. This manor belonged and belongs to St. Paul's Church in the demesne of the canons.

(22) The Canons of St. Paul's hold Wellesdone [Willesden]. It was assessed then as now at (se defendebat semper pro) 15 hides. There is land for 15 ploughs. There the villeins [have] 8 ploughs, and there can be 7 more. There [are] 25 villeins and 5 bordars. [There is] wood[land] for 500 pigs. The whole is worth £6 6s. 6d.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £12. The villeins hold this manor at farm (ad firmam) of the canons. There is nothing in demesne. This manor belonged to [their] demesne support (fuit de dominico victu) T.R.E.

(23) The canons hold Heruluestune [Harlesden] as 1 manor. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 4 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 ploughs and the villeins [have] ½ plough. There can be 1½ plough more. There [are] 12 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 10 villeins each on ½ virgate. [There is] wood[land] for 100 pigs. In all it is worth 35s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £4. T.R.E. this manor belonged, and now belongs, to the demesne of the Canons of St. Paul's.

(24) Ralf, a canon, holds Rugemere (fn. 24) [Rugmoor (lost) in St. Pancras]. It is assessed (fn. 25) at 2 hides. There is land for 1½ plough. There [is] in demesne 1 plough, and there can be ½ plough [more]. [There is] a wood for fences and [yielding] 4s. This land is worth 35s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. T.R.E. it belonged, and now it belongs, to the demesne of the canons.

(f. 128)

(25) M. The Canons of St. Paul's hold Totehele: [Tottenham Court]. (fn. 26) It was assessed then as now at 5 hides. There is land for 4 ploughs. There are 3½ ploughs and there can be ½ more. There [are] 4 villeins and 4 bordars. [There is] wood[land] for 150 pigs, and 20s. are rendered from the herbage (de herbagia). The whole is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's.

(26) M. Ad Sanctum Pancratium [At St. Pancras] the Canons of St. Paul's hold 4 hides. There is land for 2 ploughs. The villeins have 1 plough and there can be another plough. There [is] wood for fences; pasture for the cattle and [yielding] 20d. There [are] 4 villeins who hold this land under the canons, and 7 cottars. The whole is worth 40s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's.

(27) In Isendone [Islington] the Canons of St. Paul's have 2 hides. There is land for 1½ plough. There is 1 plough, and there can be ½ more. There [are] 3 villeins on 1 virgate. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill. This land is and was worth 40s. This belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's Church.

(28) In the same vill the canons themselves have 2 hides of land. There is land for 2½ ploughs and they are there now. There [are] 4 villeins who hold this land under the canons, and 4 bordars and 13 cottars. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. This belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's Church.

(29) In Neutone [Stoke Newington] the Canons of St. Paul's have 2 hides. There is land for 2½ ploughs, and they are there now. There [are] 4 villeins, and 37 cottars on 10 acres. This land is worth 41s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. This [land] belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's.

(30) In Hochestone [Hoxton] the Canons of St. Paul's have 1 hide. There is land for 1 plough and it is there now, and 3 villeins hold this land under the canons. [There is] pasture for the cattle. This land was and is worth 20s. This [land] belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's Church.

(31) M. The canons hold Hochestone [Hoxton] for 3 hides. There is land for 3 ploughs and they are there, and [there are] 7 villeins who hold this land and 16 cottars. In all it is worth 55s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. This manor belonged and belongs to St. Paul's Church.

(32) The Canons of St. Paul's have at the bishop's gate (ad portam episcopi) [Bishopsgate] 10 cottars on 9 acres who render yearly 18s. 6d. T.R.E. they held it in the same way and had as much.

(33) In Stanestaple [unidentified] (fn. 27) the canons have 4 hides. There is land for 2 ploughs and they are there now, and [there are] 7 villeins who hold this land under the canons, and 2 cottars. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 150 pigs and [yielding] 10s. The whole is worth 50s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. This land belonged and belongs to St. Paul's Church.

(34) Ad Sanctum Pancratium [At St. Pancras] Walter, Canon of St. Paul's holds 1 hide. There is land for 1 plough. The plough is there, and [there are] 24 men (homines) who render yearly 30s. (fn. 28) This land belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's Church.

(35) M. The Canons of St. Paul's hold Draitone [West Drayton]. (fn. 29) It was assessed then as now at 10 hides. There is land for 6 ploughs. To the demesne belong 5 hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 5 ploughs. There [are] 8 villeins on 2 hides, and 6 bordars on 30 acres, and 2 cottars on 4 acres, and 1 bordar on 5 acres. [There is] 1 mill rendering 13s. 5d.; meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill. From 1 weir (gurges) are rendered 32d. The whole is worth £6; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £8. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Paul's Church.

IIII. LAND OF ST. PETER OF WESTMINSTER

IN OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED

(36) M. In the vill in which St. Peter's Church is situated [Westminster] the abbot of this same place holds 13½ hides. There is land for 11 ploughs. To the demesne belong 9 hides and 1 virgate, and there are 4 ploughs. The villeins have 6 ploughs and there can be 1 plough more. There [are] 9 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 1 villein on 1 hide, and 9 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 1 cottar on 5 acres, and 41 cottars who render yearly 40s. for their gardens. [There is] meadow for 11 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 100 pigs; and 25 houses of the abbot's knights and other men (militum abbatis et aliorum hominum) who render yearly 8s. The whole is worth £10; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £12. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church, Westminster.

(37) In the same vill Bainiard holds 3 hides of the abbot. There is land for 2 ploughs and they are in demesne, and 1 cottar. [There is] wood[land] for 100 pigs; pasture for the cattle. There [are] 4 arpents of newly planted vineyard. The whole is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] 20s.; T.R.E. £6. This land belonged and belongs to St. Peter's Church.

(38) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Hamestede [Hampstead] [for] 4 hides. [There is] land for 3 ploughs. To the demesne belong 3½ hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 1 plough, and there can be another. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 5 bordars on 1 virgate, and 1 serf. [There is] wood[land] for 100 pigs. In all it is worth 50s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s.

(39) In the same vill Ranulf Peverell (Pevrel) holds under the abbot 1 hide of the land of the villeins (de terra villanorum). [There is] land for ½ plough and it is there. This land was and is worth 5s. The whole of this manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church.

IN SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED

(40) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Stanes [Staines] for 19 hides. There is land for 24 ploughs. To the demesne belong 11 hides, and there are 13 ploughs. The villeins have 11 ploughs. There [are] 3 villeins each on ½ hide, and 4 villeins on 1 hide, and 8 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 36 bordars on 3 hides, and 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 4 bordars on 40 acres, and 10 bordars each on 5 acres, and 5 cottars each on 4 acres, (f. 128b) and 8 bordars on 1 virgate, and 3 cottars (fn. 30) on 9 acres, and 12 serfs, and 46 burgesses who render yearly 40s. There [are] 6 mills rendering (de) 64s., and 1 weir (guort) rendering 6s. 8d., and 1 weir (guort) which renders nothing. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; meadow for 24 ploughs and 20s. are yielded from the surplus (de super plus). [There is] wood[land] for 30 pigs, and 2 arpents of vineyard. To this manor belong 4 berewicks, and they were there T.R.E. The whole is worth £35, when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £40. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church.

(41) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Suneberie [Sunbury] for 7 hides. There is land for 6 ploughs. To the demesne belong 4 hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 4 ploughs. There a priest has ½ virgate, and 8 villeins each [have] 1 virgate, and [there are] 2 villeins on 1 virgate, and 5 bordars on 1 virgate, and 5 cottars and a serf. [There is] meadow for 6 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. The whole is worth £6; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £7. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church.

(42) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Scepertone [Shepperton] for 8 hides. There is land for 7 ploughs. To the demesne belong 3½ hides and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 6 ploughs. There [are] 17 villeins each on 1 virgate, a priest on 15 acres, and 3 cottars on 9 acres, and 2 cottars and 2 serfs. [There is] meadow for 7 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill, and 1 weir (guort) rendering (de) 6s. 8d. In all it is worth £6. (16s. 6d.); (fn. 31) when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £7. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church.

IN HELETORNE [ELTHORNE] HUNDRED

(43) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Greneforde [Greenford] for 11½ hides. There is land for 7 ploughs. To the demesne belong 5 hides and there is 1 plough, and there can be another. The villeins have 5 ploughs. A villein has 1 hide and 1 virgate, and [there are] 4 villeins each on ½ hide, and 4 villeins on 1 hide, and 7 bordars on 1 hide. A certain Frenchman (franc') [has] 1 hide and 1 virgate, and [there are] 3 cottars and 6 serfs. [There is] wood[land] for 300 pigs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. The whole is worth £7; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £10. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's Church.

(44) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Hanewelle [Hanwell]. It is assessed at 8 hides. [There is] land for 5 ploughs. To the demesne belong 4 hides and 1 virgate, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 4 ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on 2 hides, and 4 villeins on 1 hide, and 6 bordars on 3 virgates, and 4 cottars and 2 serfs. There [is] one mill rendering (de) 2s. 2d.; meadow for 1 plough; wood[land] for 50 pigs. The whole is worth 110s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £7. This manor belonged and belongs to the demesne of St. Peter's.

(45) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Couelie [Cowley]. It is assessed at 2 hides. There is land for 1 plough. To the demesne belongs 1½ hide, and there is 1 plough. There [are] 2 villeins on ½ hide and 1 cottar. [There is] meadow for ½ plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 40 pigs and a mill rendering (de) 5s. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. St. Peter of Westminster held and holds this land in demesne.

(46) In the Hundred Of Gare [Gore] William the Chamberlain holds under the Abbot of St. Peter's 2½ hides in Chingesberie [Kingsbury]. There is, land for 2 ploughs. [There is] 1 plough in demesne, and the villeins have 1 plough. There [are] 5 villeins each on 1 virgate and 1 cottar. [There is] wood[land] for 200 pigs. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. Alwin Horne, a thegn of King Edward, held this land in pledge from (in vadimonio de) a certain man of St. Peter's.

(47) M. The Abbot of St. Peter's holds Handone [Hendon]. It is assessed at 20 hides. There is land for 16 ploughs. To the demesne belong 10 hides, and there are 3 ploughs. The villeins have 8 ploughs, and there can be 5 more. There a priest has 1 virgate, and 3 villeins each [have] ½ hide, and 7 villeins each [have] 1 virgate, and 16 villeins each have ½ virgate, and [there are] 12 bordars who hold ½ hide, and 6 cottars and 1 serf. [There is] meadow for 2 oxen; wood[land] for 1,000 pigs and [yielding] 10s. The whole is worth £8; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £12. This manor belonged and belongs to St. Peter's Church.

V. LAND OF THE HOLY TRINITY OF THE MOUNT AT ROUEN

(48) M. The Abbot of Holy Trinity, Rouen, (fn. 32) holds Hermodesworde [Harmondsworth] (fn. 33) of the king. It is assessed at 30 hides. There is land for 20 ploughs. To the demesne belong 8 hides, and there are 3 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 10 ploughs, and there can be 7 more. There a certain knight (miles) has 2 hides, and 2 villeins each [have] 1 hide, and [there are] 2 villeins on (de) 1 hide, and 14 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 6 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 6 bordars each on 5 acres, and 7 cottars and 6 serfs. There are 3 mills worth 60s. and 500 eels, and from the fishponds (de piscinis) [are rendered] 1,000 eels. [There is] meadow for 20 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 500 pigs; and 1 arpent of vineyard. The whole is worth £20; when he received it [it was worth] £12; T.R.E. £25. Earl Harold held this manor, and in the manor was a certain sokeman holding 2 of these 30 hides. He could not give or sell [them] outside Harmondsworth T.R.E.

(49) In Speletorne [Spelthorne] Hundred Hertald of Holy Trinity (fn. 34) now holds of the king 1 hide. There is land for ½ plough. There is 1 villein who holds it. There is meadow for ½ plough. This land is worth 10s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. the same. Goldin the man of Earl Harold held this land. He could not sell or give [it] without his permission.

VI. LAND OF THE CHURCH OF BARKING

IN OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED

(50) M. The Abbess of Barking holds Tiburne [Tyburn] (fn. 35) of the king. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 3 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 2 ploughs. There are 2 villeins on ½ hide, and 1 villein on ½ virgate, and 2 bordars on 10 acres and 3 cottars. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 50 pigs. From the herbage is rendered 40d. In all it is worth 52s.; when she received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 100s. This manor belonged always (fn. 36) and belongs to the Church of Barking.

VII. LAND OF EARL ROGER

SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED

(51) Earl Roger holds 1½ hide in Hatone [Hatton]. There is land for 1 plough and it is there. Two villeins hold this land. [There is] meadow for 1 plough. This land is worth 15s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s.; two sokemen held it, they were the men of Albert of Lorraine (Lothariensis). They could sell and give [it]. Now it belongs to Colham (apposita est in Coleham), to which it did not belong T.R.E.

(52) M. Haneworde [Hanworth] is assessed at 5 hides. Robert holds [it] of Earl (fn. 37) Roger. [There is] land for 3 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1½ plough. The villeins [have] 2½ ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on 1 hide, and 5 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 2 villeins on 1 virgate, and 2 cottars. [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill. In all it is worth 40s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. Ulf, a housecarl of King Edward, held this manor.

HELETHORNE [ELTHORNE] HUNDRED

(53) Earl Roger holds 1 hide in Hermodesworde [Harmondsworth]. [There is] land for 1 plough. There is ½ plough and there can be ½ more. Two villeins hold this land. It was and is worth 10s. Alwin, the man of Wigot, held this land and he could do with it (fn. 38) what he pleased. Now it belongs to (iacet in) Colham to which it did not belong T.R.E.

(54) M. Herdintone [Harlington] is assessed at 10 hides. Alvred and Olaf hold [it] of Earl Roger. There is land for 6 ploughs. In demesne [there are] now 2 ploughs, and the villeins have 3 ploughs and there can be a fourth. There a priest [has] ½ hide, and 12 villeins each [have] 1 virgate, and 4 villeins each [have] ½ virgate, and there are 2 bordars on 11 acres and 8 cottars and 1 serf. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs. The whole is worth 100s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £8. Wigot held this manor, and 1 sokeman held 2 hides of the land. He was not able to sell [it] without his permission.

(55) M. Coleham [Colham] is assessed at 8 hides. Earl Roger holds [it]. [There is] land for 7 ploughs. In demesne there are 6 hides and there are 3 ploughs, and the villeins have 3 ploughs. There are 6 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 4 others on 2 virgates. [There is] a priest on 1 hide, and 10 bordars each on 5 acres, and 4 cottars and 8 serfs. There are 2 mills rendering (de) 41s., and half a mill rendering 5s. [There is] meadow for 3 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 400 pigs and 1 arpent of vineyard. The whole is worth £8; when he received it [it was worth] £6; T.R.E. £10. Wigot held this manor of King Edward.

(56) M. Hillendone [Hillingdon] is assessed (fn. 39) at 4 hides. Earl Roger holds [it]. There is land for 2 ploughs. In demesne there are 2 hides, and there can be 1 plough. The villeins have 1 plough. There [are] 2 villeins on ½ hide, and 2 bordars on 10 acres and 1 cottar. [There are] 2 Frenchmen (francig') on 1½ hide and under them dwell 3 men. [There is] meadow for 4 oxen; wood[land] for 1,000 pigs. From 1 weir (guort) is rendered 5 shillings. The whole is worth £3; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £4, Ulf, a thegn of King Edward, held this manor and he could do with it what he pleased.

(57) M. Alnod holds Dallega [Dawley] of Earl (fn. 40) Roger. It is assessed at 3 hides. There is land for 2 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 plough, and the villeins have 1 plough. There [are] 4 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 4 bordars on 5 acres. [There is] meadow for 6 oxen; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 15 pigs. In all it is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; in the time of King Edward 60s. This manor belongs to Colham to which it did not belong T.R.E. Godwin Alfit, (fn. 41) the man of Wigot, held [it] and he could do with it what he pleased.

(58) M. Ticheham (fn. 42) is assessed at 9½ hides. Three knights (milites) and 1 Englishman (Anglicus) hold [it] of Earl (fn. 43) Roger. There is land for 6 ploughs. There are 4 ploughs and there can be 2 more. There are 6 villeins on 1 hide, and 2 others on 1 hide and 1 virgate, and 2 others on 2 virgates, and 4 bordars on 20 acres, and 3 cottars. [There is] meadow for 4 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 200 pigs. The whole is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £6. Tochi held 2 hides (fn. 44) of this manor; he was a housecarl of King Edward; and 2 sokemen [held] 2 hides and 1 virgate; they were the men of Wulfward; and Alwin [held] 1 hide and 3 virgates; he was the man of Ulsi the son of Manni. (fn. 45) They could sell to whom they pleased T.R.E. The whole of this land now belongs (iacet in) to Colham, to which it did not belong in the time of King Edward.

VIII. LAND OF THE COUNT OF MORTAIN

IN SPELETORNE [SPELTHORNE] HUNDRED

(59) The Count of Mortain holds 2 hides in Leleham [Laleham], and the Abbot of Fécamp holds [them] of him. There [is] land for 1½ plough, and they are there. [There are] 6 villeins on ½ hide, and 7 cottars. [There is] meadow for 1½ plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill. This land is worth 40s.; when he received it and T.R.E. [it was worth] 50s. The reeve of Staines held this land under the Abbot of Westminster. He could not give or sell [it] outside of Staines except by permission of the abbot.

(60) In Exeforde [Ashford] the same count holds 1 hide. There is land for 1 plough and it is there. [There is] meadow for 1 plough. This land is worth 14s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. Alvric, the man of the Abbot of Chertsey, held this [land] and he could do with it what he pleased. Now it is placed (modo apposita est) in the count's manor of Kempton to which it did not belong T.R.E. The soke, however, belonged to Staines.

(61) In Bedefunt [Bedfont] the same count holds 2 hides. There is land for 1 plough. There is now ½ plough and there can be ½ more. There is 1 villein on 8 acres, and a certain knight (miles) on ½ hide. [There is] meadow for 1 ox; pasture for the cattle. This land is worth 5s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. Gouti, the housecarl of Earl (fn. 46) Harold, held this land and he could do with it what he pleased. This belonged and belongs to Feltham.

(62) M. The same count holds Felteham [Feltham]. It is assessed at 12 hides. There is land for 10 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 6 hides, and there is 1 plough and there can be 3 more. The villeins have 8 ploughs. There [are] 14 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 5 others on ½ virgate, and 2 serfs. [There is] meadow for 10 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. In all it is worth £6; when he received it [it was worth] £4; T.R.E. £8. Two thegns held this manor. One of these, the man of King Edward, held (habuit) 5 hides as one manor, (fn. 47) and the other, the man of Earl (fn. 48) Harold [held] 7 hides as one manor, and they could do with them what they pleased.

(63) M. The same count holds Chenetone [Kempton]. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 5 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 hides and ½ virgate, and there is 1 plough and there can be another. The villeins have 3 ploughs. There are 6 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 8 others each on ½ virgate, and 3 bordars on 1 virgate, and 2 serfs. [There is] meadow for 5 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill and 8 arpents of newly-planted vineyard (viii arpenn' vinee noviter plantate). In all it is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] £3; T.R.E. £6. Wlward 'White', (fn. 49) a thegn of King Edward, held this manor and he could do [with it] what he pleased.

IN GARE [GORE] HUNDRED

(f. 129b)

(64)M. The same count holds Stanmere (fn. 50) [Stanmore]. It is assessed at 9½ hides. There is land for 7 ploughs. In demesne there are 6½ hides, and there are 2 ploughs and there can be another. The villeins have 1½ plough and there can be 2½ ploughs more. A priest has there ½ hide, and [there are] 4 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 2 others on 1 virgate, and 3 cottars on 10 acres, and 3 others on 1 acre. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 800 pigs, and from the herbage is rendered 12d. The whole is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] 10s.; T.R.E. £10. Edmer Atule, (fn. 51) a thegn of King Edward, held this manor.

IX. LAND OF GEOFFREY DE MANDEVILLE

OSULUESTANE [OSSULSTONE] HUNDRED

(65) M. Geoffrey de Mandeville holds Eia [Ebury]. It is assessed at 10 hides. There is land for 8 ploughs. In demesne there are 5 hides and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins have 5 ploughs and there can be a sixth. There is 1 villein on ½ hide, and 4 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 14 others each on ½ virgate, and 4 bordars on 1 virgate, and 1 cottar. [There is] meadow for 8 ploughs, and from the hay (de feno) [is rendered] 60s. From the pasture [is rendered] 7s. The whole is worth £8; when he received it [it was worth] £6; T.R.E. £12. Harold, the son of Earl Ralf, of whom Queen Edith had the custody together with the manor on the day on which King Edward was alive and dead, held this manor. Afterwards William the Chamberlain held [it] of the queen in fee at a rent of £3 a year (in feudo pro iii libris per annum de firma), and after the queen's death he held it in the same way of the king. It is now 4 years since William lost the manor, and from that time the king's farm, namely £12, has not been paid.

(66) In the same hundred Ralf holds of Geoffrey 1½ hide. [There is] land for 1 plough and it is there, and [there are] 4 bordars on 14 acres, and 1 serf. [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle and [yielding] 13d. [There is] a wood for fences (nemus ad sepes). This land is worth 20s.; when he received it and T.R.E. [it was worth] 30s. Two sokemen held this land T.R.E. and they could sell [it] to whom they pleased.

(67) In Isendone [Islington] Gilbert holds of Geoffrey ½ hide. There is land for ½ plough and it is there, and [there is] 1 villein and 1 bordar. This land is worth 12s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. Grim, the man of King Edward, held this [land] and he could sell [it].

In Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred

(68) In Greneforde [Greenford] Ernulf holds of Geoffrey 3 hides. There is land for 1½ plough. There is 1 plough and there can be ½ plough more. There [are] 2 villeins on ½ hide, and 2 cottars and 1 serf. [There is] wood[land] for 40 pigs. This land is worth 20s.; when he received it [it was worth] 10s.; T.R.E. 40s. Two sokemen held this land. One of them was a canon of St. Paul's. He had 2 hides. He could do what he pleased with them. The other was the man of Ansgar the Staller. He could not give [it] except with his permission.

(69) In the same vill Ansgot holds of Geoffrey ½ hide. [There is] land for 2 oxen. This land is worth 3s.; and when he received it and T.R.E. [it was worth] the same. Azor held this land. He was the man of Ansgar the Staller. He could not sell [it] without his permission.

(70) In Ticheham (fn. 52) 2 Englishmen (Angli) hold of Geoffrey 3½ hides. There is land for 2 ploughs and they are there. [There are] 3 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 5 bordars. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 40 pigs. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 60s. Two sokemen held this land. One was the man of Ansgar the Staller and he had 1 hide. He could not sell [it] except with his permission, and the other was the man of Earl (fn. 53) Leofwine. He had 2½ hides and he could sell [them] T.R.E.

(71) M. Geoffrey de Mandeville holds Northala [Northolt]. It is assessed at 15 hides. There is land for 10 ploughs. In demesne there are 8 hides, and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins have 6 ploughs and there can be 2 ploughs more. There is a priest on ½ hide, and 1 villein on 1 hide, and 5 others each on ½ hide, and 8 others each on 1 virgate, and 8 others each on ½ virgate, and 3 cottars and 6 serfs. [There is] pasture for the cattle; wood[land] for 200 pigs. The whole is worth £10; when he received it [it was worth] £5; T.R.E. £12. Ansgar the Staller held this manor.

Delmetone [Edmonton] Hundred

(72) M. Geoffrey de Mandeville holds Adelmetone [Edmonton]. It is assessed at 35 hides. There is land for 26 ploughs. In demesne there are 16 hides and 4 ploughs. The villeins have 22 ploughs. There is 1 villein on 1 hide, and 3 others each on ½ hide, and 20 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 24 others each on ½ virgate, and 9 bordars on 3 virgates, and 4 bordars each on 5 acres, and 4 bordars each on 4 acres, and 4 cottars on 4 acres, 10 cottars, and 4 villeins on 1 hide and 1 virgate, and 4 serfs. There is 1 mill [rendering] 10s. [There is] meadow for 26 ploughs and 25s. are yielded from the surplus (de super plus). [There is] pasture for the cattle. [There is] wood[land] for 2,000 pigs, and 12s. [are rendered] from the payments of the wood (fn. 54) and of the pasture. The whole is worth £40; when he received it [it was worth] £20; T.R.E. £40. Ansgar the Staller held this manor of King Edward. To this manor belonged and belongs one berewick which is called Mimes [(South) Mimms] and it is assessed with (appreciata cum) the manor.

(73) M. Geoffrey de Mandeville holds Enefelde [Enfield]. It is assessed at 30 hides. There is land for 24 ploughs. In demesne there are 14 hides and there are 4 ploughs. The villeins have 16 ploughs. There is 1 villein on 1 hide, and 3 villeins each on ½ hide. [There is] a priest on 1 virgate, and 17 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 36 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 20 bordars on 1 hide and 1 virgate, and 7 cottars on 23 acres, and 5 cottars on 7 acres, and 18 cottars and 6 serfs. There is 1 mill [rendering] 10s. From the fishponds (de piscinis) are rendered 8s. [There is] meadow for 24 ploughs and 25s. are yielded from the surplus (se super plus). [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 2,000 pigs. From the wood[land] and pasture are rendered 43s.; and there is a park (parcus est ibi). The whole is worth £50; when he received it [it was worth] £20; T.R.E. £50. Ansgar the Staller held this manor of King Edward. There were on this land 5 sokemen on 6 hides which they could give or sell without their lord's permission.

X. LAND OF ERNULF OF HESDIN

Heletorne [Elthorne] Hundred

(74) M. Ernulf of Hesdin holds Rislepe [Ruislip]. It is assessed at 30 hides. There is land for 20 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 11 hides, and there are 3 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 12 ploughs, and there can be 5 more. There [is] a priest on ½ hide, and 2 villeins on 1 hide, and 17 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 10 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 7 bordars each on 4 acres, and 8 cottars and 4 serfs, and 4 Frenchmen (francig') on 3 hides and 1 virgate. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill. There is a park for wild beasts (parcus ferarum); a beech-grove (silva ticarum); wood[land] for 1,500 pigs and [yielding] 20d. The whole is worth £20; when he received it [it was worth] £12; T.R.E. £30. Wlward 'White' (fn. 55) a thegn of King Edward, held this manor. He could sell [it] to whom he pleased.

(75) M. in Chingesberie (fn. 56) [Kingsbury] Albold holds of Ernulf 7½ hides. (f. 130). There is land for 7 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 ploughs and the villeins [have] 5 ploughs. There [are] 8 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 3 villeins each on ½ virgate. [There is] a priest on 1 virgate, and 5 bordars each on 5 acres. There is 1 mill [rendering] 3s.; meadow for ½ plough; wood[land] for 1,000 pigs and [yielding] 20s. The whole is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] 20s.; T.R.E. £6. Wlward 'White' (fn. 57) a thegn of King Edward, held this manor.

XI. LAND OF WALTER SON OF OTHER

Speletorne [Spelthorne] Hundred

(76) Walter fitz Other holds Stanwelle [Stanwell] of the king. It is assessed at 15 hides. There is land for 10 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 3 hides, and 3 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and villeins [there are] 10 ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on 1 hide, and 8 villeins each on ½ hide, and 10 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 8 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 4 bordars on 28 acres, and 2 cottars and 8 serfs, and 2 knights (milites) on 2½ hides and under them dwell 6 bordars. There [are] 4 mills rendering 70s. and 400 eels less 25. From 3 weirs (gorz) [are rendered] 1,000 eels. [There is] meadow for 12 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 100 pigs. The whole is worth £14; when he received it [it was worth] £6; T.R.E. £14. Azor, a housecarl of King Edward, held this manor and he could do with it what he pleased.

(77) In Bedefunde (fn. 58) [Bedfont] Richard holds of Walter fitz Other 10 hides as 1 manor. There is land for 5 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 plough, and [there are] 4 ploughs among the Frenchmen (franc') and villeins. There [are] 4 villeins on 1 hide, and 4 others each on ½ virgate, and 3 bordars on 13 acres, and a certain knight (miles) on 2 hides. [There is] meadow for 2 oxen; pasture for the cattle of the vill. In all it is worth £4; when he received it [it was worth] 20s.; T.R.E. £6. Azor held 8½ hides of this manor and it was a berewick in Stanwell, and 3 sokemen had 1½ hide. One of these was the man of King Edward, another was the man of Leofwine, and the third was the man of Azor. Each had ½ hide and they could sell or give [them]; and they did not belong to the manor T.R.E.

(78) In Westbedefund [West Bedfont] Walter de Mucedent holds of Walter fitz Other (fn. 59) 8 hides as 1 manor. There is land for 4 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 plough and the villeins have 3 ploughs. There [are] 2 villeins on 4 hides, and 2 villeins on 2 virgates, and 2 villeins on 1 virgate, and 1 bordar on 5 acres. [There is] a priest on 1 virgate, and 1 cottar on 5 acres, and 2 serfs. [There is] meadow for 2 oxen; pasture for the cattle of the vill. In all it is worth £3; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £6. Brihtmar held 4 hides of this manor. He was the man of Earl Harold. He could sell [them] to whom he pleased; and 2 sokemen held 4 hides. They were the men of Azor. They could not sell or give [them] without his permission.

(79) In Haitone [Hatton] Walter de Mucedent holds of Walter fitz Other 1 hide and 3 virgates and a third part of 1 virgate. There is land for 1 plough. There is ½ plough and there can be ½ plough more. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 2 villeins (fn. 60) on 1 virgate, and 1 bordar on 5 acres. [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle. This land is worth 20s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 30s. Two sokemen held this land. They were the men of Azor. They could not sell [it] except with his permission.

XII. LAND OF WALTER DE ST. VALERY

Honeslauu (fn. 61) [Hounslow] Hundred

(80) Walter de St. Valery holds Gistelesworde [Isleworth]. It was assessed then as now (se defendebat semper) at 70 hides. There is land for 55 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 6½ hides, and there are 6 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 28 ploughs and there can be 11 more. There a priest has 3 virgates, and [there are] 51 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 24 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 18 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 6 cottars. The Frenchmen (fn. 62) (francig') and a certain Englishman (Anglicus) [have] 4 hides, and they are approved knights (milites probati). Under them dwell 12 villeins and bordars and 6 of the lord's villeins (villani domini) who hold 2 hides and ½ virgate. There are 2 mills rendering 10s. [There is] meadow for 20 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; 1½ weir (gort) rendering 12s. 8d.; wood[land] for 500 pigs. From the herbage [is rendered] 12d. The whole is worth £72; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £80. Earl (fn. 63) Ælfgar held this manor.

(81) M. The same Walter holds Hamntone [Hampton]. (fn. 64) It is assessed at 35 hides. There is land for 25 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 18 hides, and 3 ploughs. The villeins have 17 ploughs and there can be 5 ploughs more. There are 30 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 11 villeins on 2½ hides, and 4 bordars each on ½ virgate. [There is] meadow for 3 ploughs and [yielding] 10s.; pasture for the cattle of the vill. From the seines and drag-nets (de sagenis et tractis) in the River Thames [are rendered] 3s. The whole is worth £39; when he received it [it was worth] £20; T.R.E. £40. Earl (fn. 65) Ælfgar held this manor.

XIII. LAND OF RICHARD SON OF GILBERT

Heletorne [Elthorne] Hundred

(82) M. Richard fitz Gilbert holds Herefelle [Harefield]. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 5 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 hides, and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins have 3 ploughs. There a priest has 1 virgate, and [there are] 5 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 5 others each on ½ virgate, and 7 bordars each on 5 acres, and 1 bordar on 3 acres, and 3 cottars and 3 serfs. There [are] 2 mills rendering 15s. From 4 fishponds (piscinis) are rendered 1,000 eels. [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 1,200 pigs. The whole is worth £12; when he received it [it was worth] £8; T.R.E. £14. Countess Goda held this manor T.R.E.

XIIII. LAND OF ROBERT GERNON

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(83) M. Robert Gernon holds of the king 2 hides in Hergotestane [Haggerston]. There is land for 2 ploughs, and there are 3 ploughs. There are 3 villeins and 7 bordars who hold this land, and it is worth 45s.; when he received it [it was worth] 40s.; T.R.E. 50s. Alwin, the man of King Edward, held this manor. He could sell [it] to whom he pleased.

(84) In Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred Nigel holds of Robert Gernon 2 hides. There is land for 1 plough. There is ½ plough there now, and there can be ½ plough more. There [is] 1 cottar. [There is] wood[land] for 30 pigs. This land is worth 14s.; When he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. Turbert, the man of Earl (fn. 66) Leofwine, held this land and he could sell [it] to whom he pleased.

XV. LAND OF ROBERT FAFITON

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(85) M. Robert Fafiton holds of the king 4 hides in Stibenhed [Stepney]. There is land for 3 ploughs and they are there now. There [is] 1 villein on 14 acres, and another on 12 acres, and Roger the sheriff on 1 hide, and the bordars (fn. 67) on ½ hide and 1 virgate. [There is] wood[land] for 60 pigs and [yielding] 4s. In all it is worth 70s.; when he received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. £8. Sired, Canon of St. Paul's, held this manor. He could sell [it] to whom he pleased T.R.E. The Bishop of London claims that he ought to have it (reclamat se habere debere). With these 4 hides there are now 53 acres of land which were not there T.R.E., [and] which Hugh de Berneres usurped from (occupavit super) the Canons of St. Paul's and placed (apposuit) in this manor, as the hundred testify (testante hund').

(86) In Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred Robert Fafiton holds of the king 2 hides in Ticheham. (fn. 68) There is land for 1 plough but it is not there now. (f. 130b) [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 30 pigs. This land is worth 5s.; when he received it [it was worth] 40s.; T.R.E. 40s. (fn. 69) Ælmer, the man of Wlward 'White', (fn. 70) held this land, and he could sell [it].

XVI. LAND OF ROBERT SON OF ROSCELIN

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(87) Robert fitz Roscelin holds of the king 3½ hides in Stibenhed [Stepney]. [There is] land for 2 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 2 hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins [have] 1 plough. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 8 bordars each on ½ virgate and 4 cottars on 19 acres. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs, and a wood for fences (nemus ad sepes). In all it is worth 53s.; when he received it [it was worth] 10s.; T.R.E. £4. Alwin Stichehare, the man of King Edward, held this land as 1 manor. He could sell [it] to whom he pleased. The Bishop of London claims it.

XVII. LAND OF ROBERT BLUND

Speletorne [Spelthorne] Hundred

(88) M. Robert Blund holds in Leleham [Laleham] 8 hides of the king. Estrild, a nun, holds of him. There is land for 5 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 4 hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 4 ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 7 villeins each on ½ hide, and 3 bordars on 1 virgate, and 3 cottars. [There is] meadow for 5 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. The whole is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] 40s.; T.R.E. £6. Achi, a housecarl of King Edward, held this manor. He could sell [it] to whom he pleased, and the soke belonged to Staines.

XVIII. LAND OF ROGER DE RAMES

Spelethorne [Spelthorne] Hundred

(89) M. Roger de Rames holds Cerdentone [Charlton] of the king. It is assessed at 5 (fn. 71) hides. There is land for 4 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 4½ (fn. 72) hides, and there is 1 plough. The villeins [have] ½ plough and there can be 2½ ploughs. There [is] 1 villein on ½ hide, and 1 bordar on 8 acres, and 6 serfs. [There is] meadow for 4 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill. This land is worth 30s.; when he received it [it was worth] 60s.; T.R.E. 100s. Two brothers held this manor. One was the man of Archbishop Stigand, the other was the man of Earl (fn. 73) Leofwine. They could sell [it] to whom they pleased, but the soke belonged to (pertinebat in) Staines.

(90) M. In the hundred of Gara [Gore] the same Roger holds 9½ hides in Stanmera (fn. 74) [Little Stanmore]. There is land for 7 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 4 hides, and there is 1 plough and there can be 2 more. The villeins have 3 ploughs and there can be 1 more. There [is] 1 villein on 1 virgate, and 8 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 3 bordars each on 5 acres, and 2 serfs. [There is] wood[land] for 800 pigs; pasture for the cattle of the vill and [yielding] 2s. The whole is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] 20s.; T.R.E. £10. Algar, the man of Earl (fn. 75) Harold, held this manor and he could sell [it].

XIX. LAND OF WILLIAM SON OF ANSCULF

Helethorne [Elthorne] Hundred

(91) M. William fitz Ansculf holds Cranforde [Cranford] of the king, and Hugh holds it of him. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 3 ploughs. There [is] 1 plough in demesne and the villeins [have] 2 ploughs. There a priest has 1 virgate, and [there are] 8 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 2 cottars on 2 acres, and 3 serfs. [There is] a wood for fences (nemus ad sepes). In all it is worth 60s.; when he received it [it was worth] 40s.; T.R.E. 100s. Turstin, a thegn of King Edward, held this manor and he could sell [it] to whom he pleased.

XX. LAND OF EDWARD OF SALISBURY

Osuluestan [Ossulstone] Hundred

(92) M. Edward of Salisbury holds Cercehede (fn. 76) [Chelsea] for 2 hides. There is land for 5 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 hide, and there are 2 ploughs now. The villeins [have] 1 plough and there can be 2 ploughs more. There [are] 2 villeins on 2 virgates, and 4 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 3 bordars each on 5 acres, and 3 serfs. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 60 pigs and [yielding] 52d. The whole is worth £9; when he received it and always [it was worth] the same. Wlwen, the man (homo) (fn. 77) of King Edward, held this manor. She could sell [it] to whom she pleased.

XXI. LAND OF AUBREY DE VER

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(93) M. Aubrey de Ver holds Chenesit' [Kensington] of the Bishop of Coutances. It is assessed at 10 hides. There is land for 10 ploughs. There are in demesne 4 ploughs, and the villeins have 5 ploughs, and there can be 6. There [are] 12 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 6 villeins on 3 virgates. [There is] a priest on ½ virgate and 7 serfs. [There is] meadow for 2 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 200 pigs; and 3 arpents of vineyard (iii arpenn' vinee). The whole is worth £10; when he received it [it was worth] £6; T.R.E. £10. Edwin, a thegn of King Edward, held this manor and he could sell [it].

XXII. LAND OF RANULF BROTHER OF ILGER

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(94) Ranulf brother of Ilger holds Tolentone [Tollington] of the king, for 2 hides. There is land for 2 ploughs. In demesne [there is] 1 hide, and there is 1 plough. The villeins have 2 ploughs. There [are] 5 villeins each on ½ virgate; and 2 bordars on 9 acres, and 1 cottar and 1 serf. [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 60 pigs and [yielding] 5s. This land is worth 40s.; when he received it [it was worth] 60s.; T.R.E. 40s. Edwin, the man of King Edward, held this [land] and he could sell [it].

XXIII. LAND OF DERMAN OF LONDON

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(95) Derman holds of the king ½ hide in Iseldone [Islington]. There is land for ½ plough. There is 1 villein. This land is and was worth 10s. Algar, the man of King Edward, held this land and he could sell and give [it].

XXIIII. LAND OF COUNTESS JUDITH

Delmetone [Edmonton] Hundred

(96) M. Countess Judith holds Toteham [Tottenham] of the king. It is assessed at 5 hides. There is land for 10 ploughs. In demesne there are 2 (fn. 78) carucates (fn. 79) of land in addition to these 5 hides, and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins have 12 ploughs. A priest has ½ hide, and [there are] 6 villeins on 6 virgates, and 24 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 12 bordars each on 5 acres, and 17 cottars. There [are] 2 Frenchmen (francig') on 1 hide and 3 virgates, and 4 serfs. [There is] meadow for 10 ploughs, and 20s. [are rendered] from the remainder (de super plus). [There is] pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 500 pigs. From 1 weir (gort) [is rendered] 3s. The whole is worth £25 15s. and 3 ounces of gold (iii unc' auri); when she received it [it was worth] £10; T.R.E. £26. Earl Waltheof held this manor.

XXV. LAND GIVEN IN ALMS

Osuluestane [Ossulstone] Hundred

(97) M. Lilestone [Lisson] (fn. 80) is assessed at 5 hides. Eideva holds it of the king. There is land for 3 ploughs. In demesne [there are] 4½ hides, and there are 2 ploughs. The villeins have 1 plough. There [are] 4 villeins each on ½ virgate, and 3 cottars on 2 acres, and 1 serf. [There is] meadow for 1 plough; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 100 pigs. From the herbage [is rendered] 3d. The whole is worth 60s.; when she received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 40s. Edward the son of Suain, (fn. 81) the man of King Edward, held this manor and he could sell [it].

(98) In the hundred of Spelethorne [Spelthorne] Elveve, the wife of Wateman of London, (fn. 82) holds of the king ½ hide and a third part of ½ hide. [There is] land for 4 oxen but they are not there. [There is] meadow for 4 oxen; pasture for the cattle of the vill. In all it is and was worth 4s. Alwin White (albus), (fn. 83) the man of Earl (fn. 84) Leofwine, held this land, and he could sell [it]. Geoffrey de Mandeville was seised of this land when he crossed the sea in the king's service (quando ivit transmare in servitium regis), as his men and the whole hundred say.

(99) In the hundred of Helethorne [Elthorne] Elveve holds of the king ½ hide in Greneforde [Greenford]. There is land for ½ plough but it is not there now. This land is worth 10s.; when she received it [it was worth] the same; T.R.E. 20s. Levric, the man of Earl (fn. 85) Leofwine, held this land and he could sell [it] to whom he pleased.

Footnotes

1 Of the text printed in Dom. Bk. (Rec. Com.), i. 126b- 130b. Translations of the Mdx. Survey were also published in W. Bawdwen, Dom Boc (Doncaster, 1812); Literal Extension of the Latin text, and an Eng. Translation of Dom. Bk. in relation to the county of Mdx. (1862); G. H de S. N. Plantagenet-Harrison, Facsimile of Dom. Bk. pt. i, Mdx. (1876), accompanied by a translation prepared by the editor.
2 Comitissa is interlined.
3 There is no heading in the MS. although 'King William' is the first entry in the index.
4 It is not known where this 'No man's land' lay. For other (later) examples of the use of this name see P. N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 102.
5 The n of hanc is inserted above and between a and c.
6 Space in MS. for about 3 letters.
7 In Elthorne Hundred. Space in MS. at end of line.
8 Space in MS. for about 7 letters.
9 com' interlined.
10 vel vendere interlined.
11 For an indication of the extent of this vill see P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.) 148, n. 1.
12 vii interlined.
13 vicecom' interlined.
14 Flambard interlined.
15 episcopus interlined.
16 camer' interlined.
17 chacepul interlined.
18 f. Algot' interlined.
19 f. Britmar' interlined.
20 See p. 86.
21 ibi sunt inserted above iiii car.'
22 It has been shown that this 5-hide manor corresponds to the 12th-cent. manor of Sutton (3h) with the prebend of Chiswick (2h): Charts. of St. Paul's, ed. Gibbs, p. xxiii; Domesday of St. Paul's, ed. Hale, 93, 145.
23 This and the following entry probably refer to the two parts East and West Twyford. Durand most probably held East Twyford since this holding became the 'solanda' of Twyford in Willesden, and East Twyford was a hamlet: of Willesden: see above p. 106; P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 160.
24 The name is recorded down to the 16th cent., and as a field name in the 18th cent.: P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 142.
25 Se defend' interlined.
26 This place was called Tottenham Court from the 15th cent. and the name survives in Tottenham Court Rd.: P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 143 and n. 1.
27 It has been suggested that 'Stanestaple' was near Willesden or Hampstead (Baring, Dom. Tables, 82), or adjoined St. Pancras (S. J. Madge, Early Records of Harringay (Hornsey, 1938), 55).
28 There is a slight gap in the MS. after xxx.
29 In Elthorne Hundred. (See p. 83).
30 There is a space in the MS. for about 3 letters.
31 16s. 6d. is added in the margin.
32 Rotomag' interlined.
33 In Elthorne Hundred (see p. 83).
34 S. Trinitatis interlined.
35 Now Marylebone, a corruption of Marybourne which replaced the older name from the 15th cent.: P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 137.
36 Semper is inserted above et.
37 com. interlined.
38 de ea is inserted above potuit facere.
39 se defend' inserted above Roger.
40 comite interlined.
41 Alfit interlined.
42 See p. 82 n. 20.
43 com' interlined.
44 ii h. is continued into the margin.
45 f. manni interlined.
46 com. interlined.
47 pro uno manerio is extended into the margin.
48 com interlined.
49 uuit interlined.
50 This is Great Stanmore: cf. entry no. 90.
51 Atule interlined.
52 See p. 82, n. 20.
53 com interlined.
54 There is a space in the MS. for about 7 letters.
55 uuit interlined.
56 In Gore Hundred (see p. 83).
57 uuit interlined.
58 This has been called East Bedfont from the 13th cent. and is thus distinguished from West Bedfont (see p. 115).
59 f. Other interlined.
60 The MS. reads virg', i.e. virgate, in error for villani.
61 This is the only occasion on which it is referred to as Hounslow Hundred. It is otherwise known as Isleworth Hundred: P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 24.
62 It is uncertain from the MS. whether this should be singular or plural.
63 comes interlined.
64 Hampton later became part of Spelthorne Hundred (see p. 83).
65 comes interlined.
66 comitis interlined.
67 It is uncertain from the MS. whether this should be singular or plural.
68 See p. 82, n. 20.
69 soil in MS.
70 uuit interlined.
71 The reading is uncertain since the MS. is blotted here.
72 et dim interlined.
73 comitis interlined.
74 See p. 116; and cf. also entry no. 64.
75 comit' interlined.
76 CERCEHEDE is inserted above CHELCHED.
77 Uuluuene is a woman's name (see p. 103).
78 ii interlined.
79 This is the only example of the use of the term carucate in Mdx.
80 Surviving in Lisson Grove and Street. The old manor included the north-west part of Marylebone parish: P.N. Mdx. (E.P.N.S.), 138, n. 1.
81 f. Suani interlined.
82 de Lond' interlined.
83 alb' interlined.
84 comitis interlined.
85 comitis interlined.