Ælfric 113 (Male) Son of Wihtgar 9, fl. 1035x1044
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Notes: See Whitelock, Wills, p.188.

Factoid List

Recorded Name (2)
Alfric (1)
 S1521   
Ælfricus (1)
 S1228   
Personal Relationship (5)
Ælfric 113 Kinsman (Generic kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Leofgifu 2: S1521   
Ælfric 113 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (4)
 of Wihtgar 9: S1224   
 of Wihtgar 9: S1521   
 of Wihtgar 9: S1228   
 of Wihtgar 9: Bates38   
Event (4)
Bequeathing/will-making (2)
 Dispute concerning land in Beds.: Clapham, Kempstone, Cardington, and Cranfield, Beds., were bequeathed to Ramsey abbey by Æthelwine 49 the Black, claimed after his death by his kinsman Ælfric 113, son of Wihtgar 9, and recovered by Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, on payment of money to King Edward 15 and Queen Eadgyth 3, in proceedings which took place after his return from the Council of Rheims in 1049 (also attended by Duduc 6, bishop of Wells, and by Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, Canterbury).: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  pp. 169-71, 198 ( x 1049)
 Leofgifu 2.S1521 bequeathing land to Ælfric 113: Leofgifu 2 to her kinsman Ælfric 113, Wihtgar 9's son; bequest of land at Bramford, Suffolk: S1521    (1035 x 1044)
Charter-witnessing (2)
 S1224 - Stigand 3 granting land to Bury St Edmunds: Stigand 3 to Bury St Edmunds; grant in reversion of land at Playford, Suffolk, after the death of Ælfgar 43, priest: S1224    (1040)
 S1228 - Æthelwine 49 granting land to St Albans: Æthelwine 49 niger to St Albans; grant of 21 hides (mansae), comprising 5 hides at Grandborough, Bucks., 7 hides and 1 gyrd at Redbourn, Herts., 5.5 hides at Langley, and 3.5 at Thwangtune (Fawn Wood in St Albans), Herts..: S1228    (1042 x 1049)
Death/dying (1)
 S1224 - Stigand 3 granting land to Bury St Edmunds: Stigand 3 to Bury St Edmunds; grant in reversion of land at Playford, Suffolk, after the death of Ælfgar 43, priest: S1224    (1040)
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 Dispute concerning land in Beds.: Clapham, Kempstone, Cardington, and Cranfield, Beds., were bequeathed to Ramsey abbey by Æthelwine 49 the Black, claimed after his death by his kinsman Ælfric 113, son of Wihtgar 9, and recovered by Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, on payment of money to King Edward 15 and Queen Eadgyth 3, in proceedings which took place after his return from the Council of Rheims in 1049 (also attended by Duduc 6, bishop of Wells, and by Wulfric 67, abbot of St Augustine’s, Canterbury).: Ramsey.Liber Benefactorum  pp. 169-71, 198 ( x 1049)
Grant and Gift (2)
 S1224 - Stigand 3 granting land to Bury St Edmunds: Stigand 3 to Bury St Edmunds; grant in reversion of land at Playford, Suffolk, after the death of Ælfgar 43, priest: S1224    (1040)
 S1228 - Æthelwine 49 granting land to St Albans: Æthelwine 49 niger to St Albans; grant of 21 hides (mansae), comprising 5 hides at Grandborough, Bucks., 7 hides and 1 gyrd at Redbourn, Herts., 5.5 hides at Langley, and 3.5 at Thwangtune (Fawn Wood in St Albans), Herts..: S1228    (1042 x 1049)
Factoids linked indirectly to Ælfric 113 (1)
Possession (1)
Emma 2:  The sokes of eight and a half hundreds.: Bates38