Alfred 64 (Male) Pincerna; holder of land in Northants., Bucks. and Gloucs.
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Factoid List

Recorded Name (2)
Aliuredus (1)
 Bates158   
Aluredus (1)
 Bates207   
Office (2)
Pincerna (2)
 Bates158   
 Bates207   
Event (2)
Charter-witnessing (1)
 Bates207 - William 1 and Robert 9 granting land to Marmoutier: A record, compiled between 1087 and 1094, of how King William 1 and his brother, Count Robert 9 of Mortain, saddened by the death of Robert 9ís wife Matilda 5, distributed all she had possessed in manors, gold, silver and ornaments to monasteries and the needy. As a result the king and his brother gave Piddlehinton in Dorset, a manor of 10 hides, to the church of Notre-Dame outside the castle of Mortain, which the monks of Marmoutier hold.: Bates207    (1082 x 1083)
Church-adornment (1)
 Bates207 - William 1 and Robert 9 granting land to Marmoutier: A record, compiled between 1087 and 1094, of how King William 1 and his brother, Count Robert 9 of Mortain, saddened by the death of Robert 9ís wife Matilda 5, distributed all she had possessed in manors, gold, silver and ornaments to monasteries and the needy. As a result the king and his brother gave Piddlehinton in Dorset, a manor of 10 hides, to the church of Notre-Dame outside the castle of Mortain, which the monks of Marmoutier hold.: Bates207    (1082 x 1083)
Grant and Gift (1)
 Roger 4.granting land to Grestain: Earl Roger 4 de Montgomery granted 32 hides in England to his daughter, Countess Matilda 5 de Mortain, which consisted of: 8 hides at Harrington, Northants.; 11 hides at Marsh Gibbon, Bucks.; 6 hides at Ickford, Bucks.; 2 hides at Langborough, Gloucs.; 3 and a half hides at Tomstona; 3 virgates at Clendon, Northants.. He gave these lands, which Matilda 5 had held of him during her lifetime, to Grestain with William 1ís agreement. Alfred 64, pincerna, who had held them of the countess for 15 pounds a year continued to hold them of Grestain for 15 pounds a year.: Bates158