Domesday Book for Norfolk

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1. LAND OF THE KING

The Hundred of Holt

1,29 One outlier appertains in SHARRINGTON. It belongs to Fakenham, at 1 c. of land. 9 smallholders. Always 1 plough in lordship. Then 1 men's plough. Then 30 sheep, now 60. Also 3 Freemen, at 6 acres. It has 7 furlongs in length and 6 in width, 10d in tax. 1 free man, Ketel [Ketel], has been added to Holt after the death of King Edward (belonging) in MORSTON, (the manor of) Gyrth, at 30 acres. 1 smallholder. ½ plough. Value 2 orae.

The Hundred of (North) Greenhoe

1,92 Ketel [Ketel] held (Great) SNORING before 1066, now the King (holds). 3c. of land. Then and now 1 villager; 22 smallholders. Then 9 slaves, now 8. Then 3 ploughs in lordship, later and now 2; always 3 men's ploughs. Then and now woodland, 8 pigs; meadow, 8 acres; 2 mills. Always 30 pigs. Later and now 180 sheep.

1,93 THURSFORD, an outlier, belongs to this village. 40 acres of land. Later and now 1 plough. 1 smallholder. Meadow, 2 acres; 1 mill. 27 Freemen appertain to this manor, 1 c. of land. Always 4 ploughs Also in Thursford, 5 free men, 3 c. of land. Always 1 plough. Value then £8; now it pays £11 10s, premium of 8d. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width; tax of 24d.

The Hundred of Henstead

1,120 In WHITLINGHAM 1 free man under the patronage of Edric; in BRAMERTON 3; in ROCKLAND (St Mary) 1. Edric had the patronage of 4½, Ulfketel [Ulketel] of 1½ and Alfred had the patronage only of ½ after King William had conquered England. Also R(alph) held them all when he forfeited and later Godric (held) in the King's service. This the Hundred testify. Now Aitard of Vaux (holds them) and he claims them as part f the Bishop of Bayeux's Holding from the tenure of his predecessor Alfred. The Hundred doeds not support him because they did not belong to his predecessor. All these men hold 40 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow. Then 2 ploughs, later 2 now 1½.

The Hundred of Gallow

1,147 in BURNHAM (Overy) Ulf held 3 c. of land before 1066. Then 20 smallholders, now 16. Then 12 slaves, now 8. Then 3 ploughs in lordship, later and now 2; then 1 men's plough, later and now nothing. Woodland for 4 pigs; 2½ mills. Then 7 cobs; 40 pigs; 600 sheep; 1 salt house. There is 1 outlier (belonging) to this manor, at 1 c. of land. Then 1 plough, later nothing, now 1. Also another outlier, at 1 c. of land. Then 1 plough, later nothing, now 1. 30 Freemen belong to this manor, at 1 c. of land. Then 2 ploughs, later nothing, now 1. Value of all this before 1066 £8; later when Earl Ralph held it £23 13s 4d; now £20 at face value. In the same village, a free man, Ketel [Ketel], at 20 acres. Also another (female) free man Oia at 30 acres.

The Hundred of Loddon

1,183 Ketel [Ketel], a free man under the patronage only of Edwin, held SISLAND, as a manor, 2c. of land. Always 3 smallholders; 1 slave. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, later and now none; always ½ men's plough; woodland, 4 pigs; meadow, 5 acres. Then 1 mill, later none. Then 13 Freemen, later and now 9½. King Edward (had) the jurisdiction. 26 acres of land. Always 2 ploughs. Value then 20s; later and now 40 blanched. It has 8 furlongs in length and 7 (furlongs) and 11 perches in width. tax of 8d.

The Hundred of Clavering

1,208 Ulf, the man of the predecessor of Robert Malet, held RAVENINGHAM, 3 c. of land Always 1 villager; 2 smallholders. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, later and now 1. Meadow, 6 acres; 13 pigs; 200 sheep. Also 10 free men in fold-rights and patronage, 64½ acres. Then 4 ploughs, later 2, now 2½. meadow, 3 acres. Also 3 freemen, 4 acres. Value then 30s; now 60 blanched. In the same 1 free man, Ketel Friday [Ketelfiedai], 7 acres; 1 marsh. Value 12d.

4. LANDS OF COUNT ALAN

The Hundred of Eynsford

4,32 In SWANNINGTON Ansketel [Anschitill] holds what Thorbern, 1 free man held before 1066, ½ c. of land. The 8 Freemen, later and now 5. Always 1 plough in lordship. Then 2 men's ploughs, later and now 1. Meadow, 4 acres, woodland, 5 pigs. Value then and now 20s., Haimer holds.

The Hundred and a half of Freebridge

4,45 In MIDDLETON Ribald holds 2 c. of land which Earl Ralph held. Always 2 villagers, 1 priest; 3 smallholders. Always 2 ploughs; meadow, 18 acres. Then 1 fishery. Value 20s. In (East) WALTON Thorkell [Turchill] held 1 c. (of land) before 1066. Always 6 villagers, 1 smallholder. 1 plough in lordship, 1 men's plough; 1 mill. Value 20s.. He also (holds). In ASHWICKEN and BAWSEY Wulfgeat, a free man, held ½ c. of land before 1066. 7 smallholders. Meadow, 9 acres; ½ plough; ½ mill; ½ salt-house. Value 5s. He also holds. The whole of (East) Walton (has) 1 league in length and ½ in width. it pays 18d of a 20s tax.

The Hundred of Shropham

4,46 In BACONSTHORPE Thurstan holds ½ c. of land which Ketelbern [Chetelbern], a free man, held before 1066. Always 3 smallholders. Meadow, 2 acres; woodland, 4 pigs; always 1 plough. Value 10s The jurisdiction (was) in Buckenham before 1066.

The Hundred of Guiltcross

4,47 In HARLING Ansketel [Anschittill] holds 4 c. of land which Ulfketel [Vlchetel] , a free man, held before 1066. Then 15 villagers, then and now 13; always 4 smallholders. Then 2 slaves, later and now 1. Meadow, 8 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 7 men's ploughs, later 6, now 4. Always 1 mill. Then 5 fisheries, now 1½ fisheries. Also 4 freemen, ½ c. land. The jurisdiction is in Kenninghall. Always 1 smallholder. Meadow 4 acres. Then and later 2 ploughs, now 1. Always 1 cob; now 4 head of cattle; 20 pigs; always 70 sheep Value then £6, later £7, now 100s. The whole has 1½ leagues in length and 1 in width; whoever holds there, tax of 27d.

7. LAND OF ROBERT MALET

The Hundred of Henstead

7,5 In SHOTESHAM Ulfketel [Ulketel], 1 free man under the patronage of Edric, held before 1066, at 30 acres of land. Then 1 smallholder, later and now 2. Then ½ plough, but not later or now. Value always 5s 4d. He also (holds).

The Hundred of Loddon

7,15 Ulfketel [Ulketel], a free man under the patronage of Edric, held WOODTON as 30 acres. Walter holds. Always 5 smallholders. Then 2 ploughs, later 1, now 2. Always ½ men's plough; woodland, 4 pigs; meadow, 1 acre. Now 7 pigs, now 40 sheep. Also there were 8 free men under the patronage of Ulfketel [Ulketelli] before 1066, 30 acres of and. Always 1 plough among the men. Value then and later 20s, now 30. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width; tax of 15d. The jurisdiction (is) in the Hundred.

8. LANDS OF WILLIAM OF WARENNE

The Hundred of Launditch

8,63 In LEXHAM he also (holds) what Ulfketel [Ofchetel], a free man, held before 1066, and later Frederic, as a manor, 2c. of land. Then 8 smallholders, now 12. Then 4 slaves. Meadow, 2 acres; always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 1 men's plough, now 2. Woodland at 30 pigs; always 1 mill. Also 12 Freemen, 1c. of land. Then 8 head of cattle, now 9. Always 24 pigs; 200 sheep. Value always 40s.

The Hundred of Docking

8,85 STANHOE, 1 free man Ulketel [Ulketel] in patronage only. 1c. of land. 3 smallholders; always 1 plough. Value 20s.

The Hundred of North Erpingham

8,123 In MUNDESLEY 1 free man, Grimketel [Griketel], holds 30 acres of land. 2 smallholders, always 1 plough. Further William holds in the same 3 free men; of Edric's before 1066, at 10 acres of land. 1 plough. It has always paid 4s. 1 church, at 12 acres.

8.124 In TRUNCH 3 free men: 1 of Harold's, another of Ralph the Constable's, the third of Ketel's [Ketelli], 90 acres of land. 14 smallholders. Always 5 ploughs among them. 1 church, 10 acres. Woodland for 3 pigs; meadow, 3 acres. Value always 30s. Further there are 6 free men, of Edric's before 1066, at 34 acres of land. 2 ploughs; meadow, 2½ acres. Value always 7s 4d

8,126 In NORTHREPPS 1 free man of Ketel's [Kettelli], at 30 acres of land. Always 2 villagers; 5 smallholders. Woodland at 5 pigs. Always 1 plough; meadow, 2 acres; 2 mills. 1 church, at 18 acres. Value always 10s.

Of the Lewes exchange

8,133 In (North) BARNINGHAM Thorold holds 30 acres of land, which 1 free man of Ketel's [Ketelli] held before 1066. Always 3 smallholders; 1 plough; meadow ½ acre. Also there are 10 free men of Young A(i)lwin's before 1066, at 28 acres of land. Always 2 ploughs.

9 LANDS OF ROGER BIGOT

9,18 In BURGH (St Margaret), Ulfketel [Ulketel], a free man under the patronage of Edric, held 30 acres of land before 1066. Also 3 free men under the patronage of Alwin, 45 acres; meadow, 3 acres; always 1 plough. Value then 3s; later and now 6.

9,26 In SURLINGHAM Ansger, 1 free man of Godwin's held 8 acres of land before 1066; meadow 2 acres. Aitard holds. Further in the same 30 free men of Ulfketel [Ulketel], 150 acres of land and 10 free men of Stigand's, 50 acres of land. Under these30, 1 smallholders and under the 10 free (men) 2 smallholders. Between them all 32 acres of meadow. Then the 30 had 4 ploughs later 2½ now 4. Then the 10 had between them 1½ ploughs, later and now 1. Value of these 30 then 15s. later and now 22s 6d. Value of these 10 then 5s; later and now 8s 6d. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width, tax of 19d. But more hold there. He also holds.

9,27 In ROCKLAND (St Mary) 14 whole free men under the patronage of Ulfketel [Ulketel] before 1066 and 6 halves. Between the men 90 acres of land; meadow, 10 acres. Always 2½ ploughs. Value then and later 10s; now they pay 20s. Rockland (St Mary) has 1 league in length and ½ in width, tax of 16d. 1 church, 12 acres Value 8d. He also holds.

9,28 In BRAMERTON 12 free men, 9 under the patronage of Ulfketel [Ulketelli], and 1 of St. Edmund, the other 2 from Stigand's Holding. 10 hold 40 acres of land among them, between the 2 from Stigand's Holding 33 acres of land before 1066, now 15 acres. The 10 always had 1½ ploughs among them; between them the 2 (had) then ½ plough, later nothing, now 1 ox. Value of them all then and later 5s; now 6s 4d. It has 4 furlongs in length and 2½ furlongs in width, tax of 10½d. 1 church, 24 acres Value 24d. He also holds.

9,29 In KIRBY (Bedon) 6 whole free men before 1066, 3 under the patronage of Ulfketel [Ulketel], the third of A(i)lwy of Thetford, the fourth of Genred, the fifth of Alfred. 41 acres of land; meadow, 2 acres. Always 1 plough. Value then and later 5s; now 3s 4d. 1 church, 10 acres. Value 12d. Robert of Courson holds. In the same 3 free men, 1 whole and 2 halves under the patronage of Stigand, 46 acres of land. Under them 1 smallholder. Meadow 3 acres, always 1 plough. Value then and always 5s. It has ½ league in length and ½ in width, tax of 20d, whoever holds there.

9,33 In FRAMINGHAM Ulfketel [Ulchetel], 1 free man under the patronage of Earl Algar, held 1c. of land.; now Ulfketel [Vlchetel] holds. Always 24 smallholders. Always 1 plough in lordship; 3 man's ploughs. Meadow, 3 acres; always 2 horses. Then 2 head of cattle, now 3. Then 12 pigs, now 16. 4 beehives. In the same 10 free men under him, 50 acres of land; meadow, 2 acres. Always 2 ploughs. Value then and later 20s; now 60s. It has 1½ league in length and ½ in width; tax of 13½d.

9,34 In KIRBY (Bedon) 4 free men of Ulfketel's [Ulketel], 10 acres of land; meadow, ½ acre. Always ½ plough. Ulfketel [Vlchetel] holds.

9,35 In HOLVERSTON 3 free men of the same man's, 10 acres of land. They have always ploughed with 2 oxen.

9,36 In YELVERTON 3 free men of the same man's, 20 acres of land. Always ½ plough. 1 church, 20 acres. Value 20d. He also holds.

9,37 In PORINGLAND 7 whole free men of the same man's, 30 acres. Always ½ plough. 1 church, 12 acres. Value 12d. He also (holds).

9,38 In SHOTESHAM 3 free men of the same man's, 16 acres of land; meadow 1½ acres. They have always been ploughed with 2 oxen. He also (holds).

9,39 In STOKE (Holy Cross) 1 free man of the same man's, 12 acres of land. They have always ploughed with 2 oxen. He also holds.

9,40 In SURLINGHAM 2 free men of the same man's, 12 acres of land. They have always ploughed with 2 oxen. He also holds.

9,41 In ROCKLAND (St Mary) 1 free man of Ulfketel's [Ulketelli] at 6 acres of land. All these men are assessed in Framingham. He also holds.

9,42 In BIXLEY 1 free man under the patronage of Ulfketel [Ulketelli] and a half a free (man) under him, at 17 acres of land. 1 villager, 1 smallholder. Meadow, 1 acre, always ½ plough. Value then 30d; now 4s. He also holds. Godric the Steward claims this land by his man, that is Ralph, by judicial ordeal or by battle, that he held it as part of the Holding of E(arl) Ralph. The Hundred testify (that it is) part of Roger Bigot's Holding but Godric claims this back with the half which is in the King's writ. Godric acquired this as ½ c. of land.

9,49 In MUNDHAM Aelfric, a free man under Stigand, held 30 acres of land before 1066. A half a smallholder is there. Now 1 plough; woodland, 4 pigs; meadow, ½ acre. Value always 5s. This Aelfric was outlawed and Ulfketel [Ulketel], , the King's reeve, had possession of the land in the King's hand. Roger Bigot asked for it from the King and he granted it to him. Count Alan claims this because Earl R(alph) held it as part of his manor of Rumburgh; the men of the Hundred heard Ulfketel [Ulketel] acknowledge this on one occassion in the year before R(alph) forfeited and likewise on one occassion after he forfeited, that he, Ulfketel [Ulketel] was doing service in Rumburgh, and finally the Hundred heard this same man say that he was doing service to Roger Bigot. Count Alan's men had 10s from there each year except for the last 4 years and this they are willing to prove by any menas. Ulfketel [Vlketel] holds.

9,50 In MUNDHAM 8 free men of Ulfketel [Ulketelli] 's, 60 acres of land. 3 smallholders. Ulfketel [Vlketel] holds. Always 3 ploughs among them all. Value then 8s, now 10. Roger has this in 5 c. which the King gave to him. Ulfketel [Vlketel] also (holds).

9,52 In ALGAMUNDESTUNA 13 free men of Ulfketel's [Ulketelli], at 50 acres of land. 7 smallholders, at 12 acres of land. Always 4 ploughs among them all. Meadow 2 acres. Value then 8s; now 10. He also holds.

9,53 In CLAXTON 4 free men of the same man's, at 20 acres, and under him 1 free man. 1 smallholder.

9,146 In ALDBOROUGH 1 free man, at 30 acres of land, whom Ketel [Ketel] held before 1066; meadow ½ acre.

10. LANDS OF BISHOP WILLIAM

10,58 In MELTON (Constable) 4 free men of Harold's; now Bishop W(illiam) (holds) and Roger Longsword from him, and (so do) Ansketel [Anschetellus] the Reeve and Roger; 3 c. of land. Always 2 villagers; 32 smallholders. Between them 7½ ploughs. Woodland for 60 pigs; meadow, 6 acres; always 2 cobs. Then and now 8 head of cattle. Then 5 pigs, now 10. 1 church at 6 acres; value 5d. Value then 30s, now 40s. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width, tax of 10d.

10,90 In BILLOCKBY Ketel [Ketel] holds. He was half Bishop A(e)lmer's in patronage, but all his land was in the monastery of St. Benedict's of Holme for supplies to the extent that he could neither grant nor sell it; 57 acres of land; meadow, 10 acres. Erfast annexed it; now Bishop William holds and Bernard under him. Always 1 plough in lordship. Also under him 8 free men, 45 acres of land; meadow, 7 acres. Always 1½ ploughs. Value then 10s; later and now 20s. Two thirds of a church, 7 acres; Value 5d. It has 5 furlongs in length and 3½ in width, tax of 20½d.

13. LANDS OF HERMER OF FERRERS

13,1 In MARHAM Thorketel [Turchetel] held 20 acres as part of the jurisdiction of St. Ethelreda. Always 2 villagers who then had 3 oxen, now 2. Meadow, 1 acre. Value always 3s less 4d. This land is measured in the return of St. Ethelreda.

13,3 In BARTON (Bendish) William holds 2 c. of land which Thorketel [Turchetel], a free man held. Always 5 villagers, 3 smallholders. Then 3 slaves, now 1. Always woodland 4 acres; meadow, 20 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 2 men's ploughs, now 1. Always 3 head of cattle. Now 4 cobs. Then 30 sheep, now 61. 1 church, 12 acres. Then 5 pigs, now 15. Value always 60s. 7 free men have always appertained to this manor, in fold-rights and patronage only, who have 30 acres of land. Always 1½ ploughs.

13,4 Thorketel [Turchetel] held WORMGAY as a manor., 1 c. of land. Always 8 villages, 2 slaves. Meadow, 8 acres. 1 plough in lordship; 1 men's plough. A ¼ of a mill; 3 fisheries. Always 3 cows; 18 pigs. Now 60 sheep. Then 4 beehives, now 2. Also 1 church. (Value) always 60s. It has 5 furlongs in length and 2 in width, of a 20s King's tax it pays 2d.

13,5 WEST BRIGGS, 2 c. of land. Thorketel [Tchetel] also held before 1066. Always 9 villagers; 7 smallholders; 4 slaves. 2 ploughs in lordship; ½ men's plough; meadow, 6 acres; woodland, ½ acre; 1 mill. Then 2 cobs, now 1. Then 10 head of cattle, now 13. Always 6 pigs. 1 church, at 5 acres. Then 120 sheep, now 60. Value always 60s. This village has 5 furlongs in length and 3 in width, of a 20s tax it pays 2d.

13,6 Bordin holds THORPLAND 1 c. of land, which Thorketel [Turchetel] held before 1066. Always 5 villagers; 2 smallholders. Meadow, 20 acres. Always 1 plough in lordship. Then 1 men's plough, now 2 oxen. Always 4 head of cattle. Then 24 sheep, now 80. Then 9 pigs, now 10. 1 church, 6 acres. Value then 30 s, now 20. This land has 1 league in length and 4 furlongs in width, of a 20s King's tax it pays 8d.

13,7 He also held STOW (Bardolph) before 1066; 3 c. of land. Then and later 7 villagers, now 2. Always 15 smallholders; 8 slaves. Meadow, 40 acres; woodland, 1 (acre). Always 3 ploughs in lordship; 1 fishery. Then 5 cobs, now 2. 26 wild mares. Then 7 cows, now 1. 44 pigs. Then 240 sheep, now 160. Then 2 beehives, now 14. 5 free men are attached to this manor with all customary dues and at jurisdiction. 17 free men are also bound to the fold and in patronage, at 24 acres. Their jurisdiction (is) St. Benedicts and Hermer's. value of all this then and later £8, now 7. 1 church, 53 acres of land; value 3s.

13,9 A(e)lmer holds RYSTON, 1 c. of land, which 1 free man, Ketel [Ketel], held before 1066. Always 7 villagers; 1 smallholder; 2 slaves. A plough in lordship; then and now ½ men's plough. Meadow, 8 acres; ½ fishery; always 1 cob. Then 5 cows, now 4. Then 6 pigs, now 19. 108 sheep. Value then 20s; later and now 20. In the same 7 freemen, at 21 acres of land; meadow, 3 acres. Always 1 plough. Value 5s. The whole has 4 furlongs in length and 3 in width, of a 20s tax it pays 4d.

13,12 TERRINGTON. Thorketel [Turchetel], a free man, held 1 c. of land before 1066. Always 7 villagers; 7 smallholders. Then 2 slaves, now 1. Meadow, 24 acres. Always 1 plough in lordship; 1 men's plough. 7 salt houses. Then 1 cob, now none; always 6 head of cattle. Then 16 pigs, now 7. The 310 sheep, now 315. Value always 60s. 1 Freeman appertains here; 6 acres of land. Value 12d.

13,13 In ISLINGTON Thorketel [Turchetel] has always held 1½ c. of land. Always 4 villagers; 11 smallholders. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, now 1. Always ½ men's plough. Meadow, 10 acres. 1 church, 2 acres. ½ salt house. Always 4 head of cattle. Then 20 pigs, now 3. Then 120 sheep, now 100. Value always 60s. 15 free men appertained to this manor before 1066 and now, at 30 acres. Always 1 plough; meadow, 4 acres. Value then 15s, now 10. Of these his predecessor had the patronage, and they could withdraw if they gave 2s. Stigand had the jurisdiction.

13,14 In (North) RUNCTON Thorketel [Turchetel], a free man, held 2 c. of land before 1066. Always 11 villagers, 7 smallholders, 2 slaves. Meadow, 30 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship; 1 men's plough; 1½ mills, woodland at 20 pigs; 4 salt houses and one third of a fifth. Always 1 cob, 4 head of cattle; 27 pigs; 100 sheep. 1 church, 30 acres. 13 Freemen appertain to this manor, 37 acres. Always 1 plough. value always £6 4s. The whole has 1 league in length and in width. Of a 20s. King's tax, it pays 12d. West Winch is in this measurement.

13,15 Warenbold holds (Great) ELLINGHAM which Thorketel [Turchetel], a free man, held before 1066; 3c. of land. Always 3 villagers; 2 smallholders; 5 slaves. Woodland at 100 pigs, meadow, 30 acres Always three ploughs in lordship. Always 4 cobs; 8 head of cattle; 6 mares with foals. Then 20 pigs, now 27. Then 120 sheep, now 100. 1 church, 20 acres. Also 28 Freeman 60 acres. Meadow, 6 acres. Always 3 ploughs Value then and later £4; now 100s. The whole has 1 league in length and ½ in width, tax of 19d, whoever is in possession.

13,16 Thorketel, [Turchetel] a free man held LITCHAM before 1066, 3 c. of land, a s amanor. Then and later 4 villagers, now 3. Then and later 4 smallholders, now 3. Then and later 4 slaves, now ( ). Meadow, 8 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship, 1 men's plough. Woodland, 3 pigs, always 1 mill. Also 3 Freemen, 4 acres of land and 1 rood. Then 2 cobs. Then 9 head of cattle, now 3. Always 27 pigs. Then 200 sheep, now 220. ½ church, 4 acres. ½ c. of land appertains to this manor. Always 2 smallholders. ¼ of 1 market. Now William holds. Then 1 plough, now ½ plough. Meadow, 2 acres. Always 25 sheep, 2 pigs. This is in (the lands of Gayton ) Thorpe Value then and later 40s, now 50; and above that 10s.

13,19 Thorketel [Tur chetel], a free man, held WHINBURGH before 1066, 3 c. of land and 1½ acres. Then 9 villagers, now 13. Then 8 smallholders, now 12; always 8 slaves. 4 ploughs in lordship. Then and later 3 men's ploughs, now 4. Then woodland , 150 pigs, now 110. meadow, 16 acres. Then 1 mill, now 2. Always 2 cobs; 8 head of cattle; 47 pigs. Now 100 sheep, less 2. Then 60 goats. 1 church, 6 acres. Also 1 outlier, GARVESTON, 1 c. of land. Always 1 villager, 1 smallholder. 1 plough; meadow, 4 acres; 1 cob; 3 head of cattle; 44 sheep. Value then £6 now 7. 1 church, 7 acres. In the same GARVESTON, 19 free men, 100 acres of land. 4 ploughs; meadow, 9 acres. Value then 20s; now 55s 4d. Of these, Bordin holds 24 acres. Value 4s in the same valuation. Of these the Hundred testifies that his predecessor had no customary dues except patronage; of this it offers judicial ordeal. A certain man of Hermer's offers judicial ordeal that his predecessor had every customary due before 1066 except the jurisdiction of St. Etheldreda, and that he could sell his and. They have given pledges of this. The whole has 1 league in length and 1 league in width, tax of 3½d. Garveston (has) 5 furlongs in length and 4 in width, tax of 13d.

13,23 Thorketel [Turchetel], held (East) TUDDENHAM before 1066, 66 acres of land as a manor. Always 3 slaves; 2 villagers. 1 plough in lordship; meadow, 1 acre; ½ mill; 1 head of cattle. Then 1490 sheep, now 160. 38 pigs. 1 church, 20 acres. Value then 16s; now 20. It has 7 furlongs in length and 6 in width, whoever holds there, tax of 22½d. All the churches of all Hermer's land are assessed with the manors.

19. LANDS OF WILLIAM OF ECOUIS

19,3 In ISLINGTON, Thorkell [Tchill], a free man, held ½ c. of land before 1066; now W(illiam holds) in lordship. Always 3 smallholders. Then ½ plough; now 2 oxen. Meadow, 40 acres; ½ salt house. Value then 10s. now 20. The whole of Islington has 1½ leagues in length and ½ league in width; of a 20s tax it pays 12d.

19,4 Thorkell [Tchill] held MIDDLETON as a manor, as 2 c. of land. Now W(illiam holds) in lordship. Always 4 villagers; 6 smallholders; 4 slaves. Meadow, 30 acres; 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 1 men's plough, now ½. 1 mill; 1 fishery; 8 salt houses; always 1 cob. Then 2 cows. Then 16 pigs, now 10. Then 80 sheep, now 70. Value then 100s; now £7.

19,5 He also held (North) RUNCTON before 1066 as a manor., as 1 c. of land. Now W(illiam holds) in lordship. Always 2 smallholders. Meadow, 20 acres; 1 plough in lordship; ½ men's plough. 7 Freemen appertained to this manor before 1066, at 60 acres. Then 2 ploughs, now 1. Meadow, 8 acres. value of the whole 60s.

19,7 Wulfwy holds GAYTON, 1 c. of land which Thorkell [Tchill] held before 1066. Then 8 smallholders, now 6. Meadow, 12 acres. Always 1 plough in lordship. Then and later ½ men's plough, now 2. Value 20s.

19.17 Thorkell [Turchill] held 1 c. of land before 1066 in CREAKE, now Thurstan. Always 1 villager, 12 smallholders. Then 1 slave. Always 2 ploughs in lordship, 1 men's plough; meadow, 3 acres; 1 mill. Then 60 sheep, now none. Also 2 Freemen at 2 acres. Value then and later 40s; now 30.

19,15 In HARLING Ketel [Ketel] a free man, held 2 c. of land before 1066 as a manor. Now Ingulf holds. Always 5 villagers; 4 smallholders. Then 1 slave. Meadow, 4 acres. Always 1 plough in lordship; 1 men's plough; woodland, 16 pigs; 1 plough could be restored. Always 1 mill. Also 2 Freemen, 20 acres of land. Meadow, 3 acres; always ½ plough. Now 1 cob. Always 3 head of cattle. Now 8 pigs; 20 sheep; 1 beehive. 1 church, 4 acres. Value then 30s; now 40. The whole has 1 league in length and 1 league in width; (tax of) 17¼d, whoever holds there. 7½ acres of ??????? and appertain to this land; woodland, 12 pigs.

19,21 In BEESTON (Regis) Thorkell Hako [Turkil Hako] held 1 c. of land before 1066. Now Ingulf holds. Always 3 villagers, 15 smallholders. Then and later 1 plough in lordship, now 1½. Always 1½ men's ploughs; woodland for 20 pigs; meadow, 1 acre. Always 1 cob, 2 head of cattle. Then 7 pigs, now 2. Then 22 goats. Value then and later 20s. now 40. It has 1 league in length and 5 furlongs in width, tax of 11½d.

21. LANDS OF REYNALD SON OF IVO

21,2 In BARTON (Bendish) 1 free man, Toli, 6 c. of land before 1066. Then 6 villagers, later and now 7. Always 5 smallholders. Then 5 slaves, now 2. Meadow, 12 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then and later 1 men's plough, now ½. 5 free men appertain to this manor at jurisdiction in patronage only, and 2 with all customary dues. The 5 have 1 plough; meadow, 12 acres. The two (had) 6 acres of land in lordship when he acquired them, and 60 sheep and now. Then 11 pigs, now 15. Value of the whole then 80s. Later and now 60. Value of the 5 men, 10s. In the same village, 1 free man, Thorkell [Turchillus], held 3c. of land before 1066. Always 6 villagers; 5 smallholders. Then and later 5 slaves, now 2. Meadow, 20 acres. then 3 ploughs in lordship, later none, now 2. Always 1 men's plough; 60 pigs; 7 sheep. 5 free men appertain to this manor at jurisdiction only. They have 30 acres of land. Then 1 plough, now ½. Meadow, 8 acres, woodland, 4 acres. Value of the whole, then £10, later 60s, now 85; of the 5 free men, 42s 8d. In BARTON (Bendish) Ketel [Chetel], a free man, held 1 c. of land before 1066. Always 4 villagers; 2 smallholders. Meadow, 20 acres. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, later none, now 1. Always a men's plough. Value then 40s; later and now 30. The whole of this in the manor has 1 league in length (and) ½ league and 3 furlongs in width, when the whole Hundred pays tax of 20s the whole of this village also (pays) 16d.

21,3 In CRIMPLESHAM another free woman held 2 c. of land before 1066. Always 8 villagers; 4 smallholders; 7 slaves. Meadow, 8 acres. Then 3 ploughs in lordship, later 3, now 4. Always 1 fishery; 1 cob; 2 head of cattle. Then 2 pigs. Then 240 sheep, now 300. 20 free men appertain to this manor at jurisdiction and in patronage only, at 60 acres. Then 1½ ploughs, now 1. In the same village Thorkell [Tchillus] holds 1 c. of land. Always 1 smallholder; 1 slave. Meadow, 8 acres; ½ fishery. Then 1 plough. 5 free men appertain, at 4 acres, at jurisdiction and in patronage only. Value of all this always £8. In Crimplesham 3 free men at 1 c. of land Always 4 smallholders. Meadow 12 acres. Of these he has the patronage and the customary dues. Value then 16s; now 8. In TOOMBERS 3 free (men) at fold-rights and in patronage; the others (are of the) jurisdiction of St. B(enedict) Value always 14d. 1 free man, 40 acres. value 2s. The whole of Crimplesham has 1 league in length and ½ in width; of a 20s King's tax it pays 8d, whoever holds there.

21,6 Thorkell [Tchillus] held BOUGHTON before 1066, now Ranulf holds; always 1 c. of land and 24 acres. 5 villagers, then 2 slaves. Meadow, always 10 acres. I plough in lordship. Always 1 cob; 4 head of cattle; 8 pigs; 126 sheep. 5 Freemen appertain to this manor, at 12 acres. He also holds. Value then 40s, now 62(s) 6d. The whole of Boughton has 5 furlongs in length and 4 in width; of a 20s King's tax it pays 8d.

21.7 Thorkell [Turchill] also held SHOULDHAM before 1066, 1 c. of land and 6 acres; now Ranulf holds. Then 3 villagers, now 5. Then 7 smallholders, now 7. Always 3 slaves. Then and later 2 ploughs in lordship, now 1. Now ½ men's plough; woodland, 20 pigs. Meadow, 6 acres. Then 1 cob. Then 4 head of cattle, now 6. Then 16 pigs, now 3. Then 120 sheep, now 126. 3 beehives; ½ fishery. 2 Freemen appertain to this manor, at 10 acres. Value then 60s, now 40(s) 6d. 10 free men also appertained to this before 1066 at 30 acres and in patronage only. He also holds. Always ½ plough; meadow, 2 acres. Value then 6s; now 16. Wihenoc annexed these.

21,23 Thorketel [Turchetel] held in WIVETON before 1066, 2 c. of land; now (Reynold) also (holds). Always 7 villagers; 27 smallholders. Always in lodship, 2 ploughs. Then 5 men's ploughs, now 3½. Meadow, 4 acres, 1½ mills. Now 3 head of cattle. Then 15 pigs, now 28. Then 107 sheep, now 80. (Value) then and later 40 s, now £6. It has 1 league in length and in width; 17½d in tax.

21,24 Ketel [Ketel] ,1 free man held WALSINGHAM before 1066. Always 19 smallholders; 1 plough; 2 c. of land. Then 2 slaves, now 1. Meadow 2 acres. Then and later 2 ploughs in lordship, now 3. Woodland, 8 pigs; 3 horses. When he acquired it, 2 head of cattle, now 1. Then 15 pigs, now 19. Always 120 sheep. 24 Freemen appertain to this village; 60 and 10 acres of land. 2 smallholders. ½ mill. The 3 ploughs. When he acquired it and now 1½ ploughs. Value then £6 ; now the same. It has ½ league in length and ½ in width, tax of 18d. Ketel [Ketel] held the other WALSINGHAM before 1066, 2 c. of land Always 4 villagers. Then 21 smallholders (now) 18. Always 2 slaves. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, when he acquired it 1, now 2. (Now 2) men's ploughs, later 1, now 1 plough. Woodland, 6 pigs; meadow, 1 acre; 1 mill. 5 Freemen, 14 acres of land. 1 mill. Then ½ plough, and now. When he acquired them also 5 horses, now 4; always 5 (.....). Then 12 pig, now 14. Always 80 sheep. Then 6 beehives, now 2. (Value) then £4; now 100s. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width; tax of 24d, whoever holds there.

21,25 Ketel [Ketel] held STIFFKEY before 1066, 2 c. of land. Now Ranulf holds. Always 16 smallholders. Then 3, (later) 1 slaves, now 3. Meadow, 3 acres. Then 2 ploughs in lordship; always 1 men's plough. Then 2 mills, now 1. When he acquired it 3 horses, now 4. Now 5 head of cattle. When he acquired it 30 pigs, now 12. When he acquired it 180 sheep, now 240. 6 Freemen also appertain to this village; he also (holds); 5 acres of land, always ½ c. of land. To this manor were added 4 Freemen. He also holds by the King's livery; 1½ c. of land. 7 smallholders. Always 3 ploughs; meadow, 2 acres; 1½ mills. Value then of that village £4, and these men paid 40s; now the same. It has 1½ league in length and ½ in width; tax of 24d. 1 church, 30 acres. Value 2s.

21,27 Ketel [Ketel], 1 free man held WHITWELL before 1066, 2 c. of land and 15 acres as a manor. Then and later 8 villagers, now 7. Always 17 smallholders. Then and later 4 slaves, now 2. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then and later 6 men's ploughs, later and now, 4. Meadow, 14 acres; woodland, 80 pigs. 3 mills, now 2. ½ fishery. When he acquired it 2 cobs, now 1. Always 6 head of cattle. Then 80 pigs, now 34. Then 50 sheep, now 60. Always 20 goats. Then 6 beehives, now 12. Also 2 free men, ½ c. of land. Always 1 plough; meadow, 2 acres; woodland, 5 pigs. Value then £4, now £6 16d. Value of those 2 free men 6s. It has 1 league in length and ½ in width; it pays 5d towards tax of the Hundred of 20s.

21,28 In WITCHINGHAM 1 free man Ketel [Ketel], held before 1066, ½ c. of land and 3 acres. Now Boteric holds. Always 1 villager: 10 smallholders. Always 1 plough in lordship; 1 men's plough; meadow, 3 acres; always 1 mill. Always 4 head of cattle; 6 pigs. Value then and later 20s; now 30s.

21,32 Ketel [Ketel] held SCOTTOW before 1066, 2½ c. of land. Roger now holds. Always 8 smallholders. 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 1 men's plough, now the same. Meadow, 6 acres; Woodland, 5 pigs; Then 1/3 of a mill. Then 3 pigs, now 4. 20 sheep; 3 beehives. Also 6 Freemen, 42 acres of land; always 3 ploughs. value then 20s; now 40. To this manor, Wihenoc added 2 Freemen of St. Benedicts, at 18 acres of land, whom he also holds. Then 1 plough, now ½. It is in the same valuation.

26. LANDS OF ROGER OF POITOU

26,2 Ketel [Kitel] held HAINFORD under Stigand before 1066, 1 c. of land. Then 7 villager, later and now 5. Always 4 smallholders. Then and later 2 ploughs in lordship, now 1. Always 1 men's plough; meadow, 2 acres; woodland, 100 pigs. Also 14 men, 1c. of land. Always 3 ploughs; woodland, 60 pigs. Also 5 men, 30 acres of land in STRATTON (Strawless). Then 2 ploughs, later and now 1½ ploughs; woodland, 12 pigs. In MAYTON Albert holds 1 c. of land, an outlier to this manor. Always 2 villagers. 1 mill. Later 1 plough. Value 30s, now nothing. In CROSTWICK 6 men, 1 c. of land. Then and later 2 ploughs, now ½. Stigand had the jurisdiction of these men. In the lordship of this manor then 20 pigs; 60 sheep; 4 head of cattle; now nothing. Always 20 goats. Value then and later 100s; now £7. The whole of Hainford has 1 league in length and ½ in width, and Crostwick half a league in length and 4 furlongs in width; tax of 10d.

28. LANDS OF RALPH OF LIMESY

28,1 Thorkell [Turchill] held OXBOROUGH. Then 15 villagers, now 7. Always 9 smallholders., 3 slaves. Then and later 3 ploughs in lordship, now 3. Then 2 (ploughs) between the men, now 1. Woodland for 20 pigs; meadow, 12 acres; 2 mills; 1 fishery. When he acquired it and now, 1 cob. Then 31 pigs, now 15. Then 220 sheep, now 180. Also 8 free men hold 100 acres. 6 ploughs, now 3 ploughs. Meadow, 12 acres. Always 2 villagers, 4 smallholders It has 1 mile in length and ½ in width, it pays 11d in tax when the hundred pays 20s. value always 100s. One of these free men is claimed (to be) Ralph of Tosny's because his predecessor held him with the full jurisdiction as the Hundred testifies.

32. LANDS OF RANULF PEVEREL

32,2 Warin(g) holds WALSINGHAM where Ketel [Ketel], a thane of Stigand's held before 1066, as 1½ c. of land. Always 2 villagers; 3 slaves. 2 ploughs in lordship, ½ man's plough; meadow, 4 acres; woodland, 12 pigs; Then 4 cobs. Then 4 head of cattle. Then 35 pigs, now 20. Then 25 sheep, now 60. 2 beehives. Also 13 free men, in fold rights and patronage only before 1066, 30 acres. Then 1 plough, later and now ½. Meadow, 2 acres. 1 church, 60 acres; in the valuation of the manor.

32,3 In (East) CARLETON Warin(g) also holds where Godric, a free man of Ketel's held, 75 acres. Then 1 plough, later 1, now nothing. 2 smallholders and a half. Also 9 free men in fold rights and patronage only. The King and the Earl (have) the jurisdiction. They have 33 acres. Then and later 2 ploughs, now 1. Meadow, 2 acres. Also 1 free man in patronage only, with 24 acres. Always ½ plough; meadow, 2 acres. Value then and later 60s; now 110. Value of (East) Carleton 20s. value of the free man 2s, but he is included in the 110s. Walsingham has 16 furlongs in length and 5 in width, tax of 6žd.

32,4 Warin(g) also holds (Great) MELTON, where Ketel [Ketel] held before 1066, 2 c. of land. Always 2 villagers; 17 smallholders; 2 slaves. 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 5 men's ploughs, later and now 4. Meadow, 20 acres; woodland, 100 pigs. Always 1 mill; 2 cobs. Then 4 head of cattle, now 6. Then 30 pigs, now 45. Then 60 sheep, now 114. 2 beehives. Also 6 free men at 17 acres in fold-rights before 1066 and in patronage only, always 77 acres. 1 church, 3 acres. in the valuation of the manor. Value (of the free men) 2s. They are in the valuation of £7 Value then and after £6, now 8. It has 1 league and 3 furlongs in length and ½ league in width, tax of 16½d whoever has it.

32,5 Warin(g) also holds KETTERINGHAM, where Ketel [Ketel] held before 1066, 1½ c. of land. Always 3 smallholders; 1½ ploughs in lordship; ½ men's plough; meadow, 4 acres. Always 1 cob; 7 pigs. Now 40 sheep. Also 4 free men in fold-rights and in patronage only, 15 acres; ½ plough; meadow, 1 acre. Value then 30s; later 40; now 60. Value of the free men 2s; they are in the same valuation.

34. LANDS OF PETER OF VALOGNES

34,17 William holds BARNEY which Thorketel [Turketel] held before 1066, 2 c. of land. Then and later 14 smallholders, now 13. Always 2 ploughs in lordship; 1 men's plough. Then and later 2 slaves, now 1. Woodland for 160 pigs; meadow, 14 acres; always 1 cob. Then 14 wild mares. The and later 10 head of cattle, now 14. Then 20 pigs, now 28. Then 60 sheep, now 100. Then 40 goats, now 38. Now 2 beehives. Also 17 free men, 80 acres of land. He claims (to hold) these by livery to make up this manor. Always 2 ploughs; meadow, 6 acres. Value then and always £4. It has half a league in length and a half in width, tax of 6d. On of the King's servants claims, by whatever mode of trial it be adjured, 13 and a half of these (free men) as part of the Holding of Earl Ralph who held them hen he forfeited, and this the Hundred testifies. They also hold 80 acres of land; meadow 2 acres. They pay 17s 4d in (Great) Snoring.

48. LANDS OF TOVI

48,1 Ketel [Ketel], a free man, held HACKFORD before 1066, 60 acres of land. 6 smallholders. (Meadow,) 1 acre; woodland, 10 pigs. Value 10s. (It has) 3 furlongs in length and 2 in width, tax of 7¼d.

48,2 Ketel [Ketel] 1 free man, held HOLKHAM, 3 c. of land. Always 2 villagers; 8 smallholders. Then 5 slaves. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 1½ men's ploughs, later and now 1. Meadow 1 rod, always 1 mill. Then 4 head of cattle, now 1. Then 21 pigs, now 5; always 200 sheep. Also 18 Freemen with all customary dues, but he has the jurisdiction, 56 acres of land; always 2 ploughs. 3 free men have been added to this manor, 2 under the patronage of Harold, 1 of Gyrth. 1½ c. of land. His predecessor held these. Under them 9 smallholders. Always 7 Freemen, 16 acres of land. Then 4 ploughs between them, later and now 1. It has 1 league in length and in width, tax of 2s.

48,3 Ingold, a thane, held STOKE (Holy Cross) before 1066. 60 acres of land. Then 7 villagers now 1; always 8 smallholders. 2 ploughs, 2 men's ploughs; meadow, 6 acres. Of this meadow St Benedict claims 4 acres which (the saint) held before 1066. Woodland, 5 pigs; always 1 mill. In the same Ketel [Ketel], a free man of Stigand's, held 30 acres. Always 1 villager; 5 smallholders. Then 1 plough. Then ½ men's plough; meadow, 4 acres. In the same, 1 free man of Stigand's 30 (acres). Then 1 plough. Tovi holds these three manors as 1. Always 1 cob. Then 1 head of cattle, now 3. Then 3 pigs, now 20. Then 40 sheep, now 25. 1 beehive. Also 5 free men in patronage and fold-rights before 1066, 25 acres. Always 1 plough. Value always £4 17d Also 1½ churches, 23 acres.

49. LANDS OF JOHN NEPHEW OF WALERAN

49,8 In THURTON, 1 free man Ketel [Ketel], held under Stigand, 8 acres. Meadow, ½ acre. Then 2 oxen. Value then 2s; now 12d.

50. LANDS OF ROGER SON OF RAINARD

50,4 Thorketel [Turchetel], a free man, held (Ingoldis) THORPE before 1066, 1½ c. of land. 5 smallholders, then 2 slaves, now 1. Meadow, 3 acres. Then 2 ploughs in lordship, later 6 oxen, now 1½ ploughs. Always ½men's plough; ½ mill; 1 fishery. Always 1 cob. Now 12 pigs. Then 16 sheep, now 100. Value then 20s; now 30. Stigand's jurisdiction.

50,7 In the other ATTLEBOROUGH Thorkell [Turchill] held 2 c. of land before 1066. Always 6 villagers and 5 smallholders. Meadow, 24 acres; woodland, 60 pigs. Always 1 plough in lordship, 2 men's ploughs, there could be 1 plough. Now ½ mill; ½ fishery. Also 17 Freemen, 47 acres of land; meadow, 8 acres, woodland, 12 pigs; always 3 ploughs. Then 1 cob; always 2 head of cattle. Then 6 pigs, now 4. Value then and later 40s, now 60. The whole has 2 leagues in length and 1 league in width, whoever holds there, tax of 34½d.

58. LANDS OF ULFKETEL [VLCHETELLI]

The Hundred of SHROPHAM

58,1 In LARLING Ulfketel [Vlchetell] also held 2 c. of land before 1066. Then and later 6 villagers, now 4; always 1 smallholder. Meadow, then and always 8 acres. Always 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 2 mens ploughs, now 1. Now 1 mill. Always 2 free men, 26 acres of land in patronage only; the jurisdiction (is) in the King's (manor of) Buckenham. Always 1 plough; meadow, 2 acres. value of the whole always 40s. It has ½ league in length and ½ in width, whoever holds there, tax of 8½d.

GUILTCROSS Hundred

58,2 In RUSHFORD Bondi, a free man, held 2 c. of land before 1066. Always 6 villagers, 1 smallholder, 1 slave. Meadow 12 acres; 2 ploughs in lordship. Then 2 men's ploughs, now 1, and another could be restored. Also 1 free man, 14 acres of land whom he claims of the King's gift; always 1 plough. Now 100 sheep, 52 goats; 7 pigs. value of the whole, 40s. It has 1½ leagues in length and 4 furlongs in width, whoever holds there, tax of 11½d. The jurisdiction of the freeman (is) in Kenninghall.

WALSHAM Hundred

58,3 In WITTON 2 free men of Gyrth's, held, at 140 acres of land before 1066. Always 6 smallholders. Meadow, 10 acres. then 1 plough in lordship, now 1½; always 1 men's plough. Value always 15s. When (Earl) Ralph forfeited it he held it in his hand and later (Robert) Blunt; afterwards it was again taken possession of in the King's hand by the King's writ.

60. LANDS OF ALDITH

60,1 Ketel [Ketel], 1 free man held WELLS (next the Sea) before 1066, 2c. of land. Now Aldith holds. Always 5 villagers, always 7 smallholders. Always 2 ploughs in lordship, always 1 men's plough; pasture for 200 sheep; 4 head of cattle. Then 4 pigs, now 16. When she acquired it 60 sheep, now 200. 1 mill. 19 Freemen, 2c. of land; ½ mill. These men dwell in Warham and belong in Wells (next the Sea) value then 100s; now £4. It has a league in length and another in width but more have land there, tax of 24d between Wells (next the Sea) and Warham.

??? In MOULTON (St Michael) Gauti and Askell [Osketel], 2 free men, 2½ acres. value 2½d. Aski the priest, the Abbot of Holme's man, held them and has given pledge.

65. LANDS OF THE KINGS MEN IN LORDSHIP

65/17 In RAVENINGHAM 1 free man, Ketel Friday [Chetel friedai], 7 acres. 1 smallholder. 1 marsh. Value 12d. This is of Earl R(alph's) Holding. It was board-land of the same manor when R(alph) forfeited. Later he held his land so that he rendered no service to the King. He has given pledge of this.

In (Gayton) THORPE 1 c. of land which Thorkel [Tchill] , a free man, held. Always 5 villagers; 8 smallholders. 1 plough in lordship; 1 men's plough. Meadow, 6 acres; ¼ of a fishery. Value 20s. In this (his predecessor had) the patronage only and Stigand the jurisdiction. ½ church, 30 acres; value 12s.

66. ANNEXATIONS

66,99 In (North) BARNINGHAM 7 free men of Wulfric's before 1066; now Robert Gernon holds, at 40 acres of land. Meadow, 1 acre. Then 1½ ploughs, later and now 1. Value then 5s 4d., now 8s. In the same village 2 free men in patronage before 1066; now Ansketel [Anschetel] son of Ospak holds, at 28 acres. Then ½ plough, now 2 oxen. Meadow ½ acre. Value 3s. They are in the King's hand because there was no-one to render account.

66,106 In FORNCETT Skuli, a free man of whom Hermer's predecessor had the patronage, held 13 acres; now it is in the King's hand. Value 10d. There was a house on this land before 1066 which Ulfketel [Olfchetel] the King's reeve removed; of this he has given pledge.


These extracts are from a translation which was published by Phillimore, Chichester 1984.
'Domesday Book 33 Norfolk' ISBN 0 85033 479 9.

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