Notes: ∆thelnoth 22 attests a string of charters between 931 and 934, and ∆thelnoth 23 those between 941 and 948 (and consequently seems to have been the ∆thelnoth who held two estates in Somerset). Despite the relatively plentiful material in the late 940s and early 950s, no minister uses the name until 956 when ∆thelnoth 26 was given land in Staffs. and ∆thelnoth 27 was granted land in Berks.; ∆thelnoth 28 was granted land in ?Devon in 961. It is just about within the bounds of decency to suggest that these all represent one man who managed to acquire a healthy portfolio before forfeiting it (or some of it) to the king some time before 971 (see ∆thelnoth 29). However, the identification is made wobbly by the hiatuses in attestation, and it is more likely that one ∆thelnoth was at court until 948 and two or more others were active (though not at court) thereafter.