Tyrhtel 1 (Male) Bishop of Hereford, 688-705x710
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Factoid List

Recorded Name (7)
Tirtil (1)
 S1248   
Torhelm (1)
 Anon.EpisList3   
Tyrctil (1)
 S248   
Tyrhtelus (1)
 S1785   
Tyrhtil (1)
 Milred.Sylloge  L21
Tyrtel (1)
 S53   
episcopus (1)
 S1801   
Office (10)
(1)
 S248   
Bishop (9)
 S53   
 S1248   
 S248   
 S1785   
 Anon.EpisList1    (bishop of Hereford)
 Anon.EpisList3   
 Milred.Sylloge  L21
 S1801   
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.163.1
Event (8)
Burial (2)
 Cuthbert 6.burial of six persons in a tomb: Cuthbert 6 buried the remains of six people in a tomb, built with wondrous beauty: bishops Wealhstod 2, Torhthere 1, and Tyrhtel 1; King Milfrith 1 and his wife Cwenburg 1, and Osfrith 6 son of Oshelm 2.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.163.3
 Cuthbert 7.burial of six persons in a tomb: Cuthbert 7 buried six persons in a tomb.: Milred.Sylloge  L21
Charter-witnessing (5)
 S1248 - Eorcenwald 1 granting land to Barking 1: (? Eorcenwald 1), bishop, to (? St Mary's, Barking); grant of 28 hides (manentes) at Battersea, 20 at Watsingaham (i.e. Washingham, lost, in Battersea) and 20 (cassatae) by Hidaburna (the river Wandle), all in Surrey. The land had been granted to him by Cędwalla 1, king of the West Saxons, and confirmed by Ęthelred 2, king of the Mercians: S1248    (693)
 S1785 - Tyrhtel 1 granting land to Wealdhere 2: Tyrhtel 1, bishop [of Hereford] to Wealdhere 2, bishop of London; grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Fulham, Middlesex: S1785    (704 x 709)
 S1801 - Cenred 2 granting land to Feleburg 1: Cenred 2, king of Mercia, to the nun Feleburg 1; grant of land at Lingen (or Lye), Herefords..: S1801    (704 x 709)
 S248 - Ine 1 granting land to Beorhtwald 5: Ine 1, king (of West Saxons), to Beorhtwald 5, abbot; grant of 20 hides (casati) by the river Tone, 20 hides (manentes) by the river Sheppey (formerly Doulting) and 20 hides west of Corscombe (? North Wootton), all in Somerset: S248    (705 x 706)
 S53 - Oshere 1 granting land to Cuthswith 1: Oshere 1, king of the Hwicce, to Cuthswith 1, abbess; grant of 15 hides (tributarii) at Penintanham (probably Inkberrow, Worcs.) and Dyllawidu (?), for the foundation of a minster: S53    (693)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (1)
 S53 - Oshere 1 granting land to Cuthswith 1: Oshere 1, king of the Hwicce, to Cuthswith 1, abbess; grant of 15 hides (tributarii) at Penintanham (probably Inkberrow, Worcs.) and Dyllawidu (?), for the foundation of a minster: S53    (693)
Confirmation of land/privileges (1)
 S1248 - Eorcenwald 1 granting land to Barking 1: (? Eorcenwald 1), bishop, to (? St Mary's, Barking); grant of 28 hides (manentes) at Battersea, 20 at Watsingaham (i.e. Washingham, lost, in Battersea) and 20 (cassatae) by Hidaburna (the river Wandle), all in Surrey. The land had been granted to him by Cędwalla 1, king of the West Saxons, and confirmed by Ęthelred 2, king of the Mercians: S1248    (693)
Grant and Gift (5)
 S1248 - Eorcenwald 1 granting land to Barking 1: (? Eorcenwald 1), bishop, to (? St Mary's, Barking); grant of 28 hides (manentes) at Battersea, 20 at Watsingaham (i.e. Washingham, lost, in Battersea) and 20 (cassatae) by Hidaburna (the river Wandle), all in Surrey. The land had been granted to him by Cędwalla 1, king of the West Saxons, and confirmed by Ęthelred 2, king of the Mercians: S1248    (693)
 S1785 - Tyrhtel 1 granting land to Wealdhere 2: Tyrhtel 1, bishop [of Hereford] to Wealdhere 2, bishop of London; grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Fulham, Middlesex: S1785    (704 x 709)
 S1801 - Cenred 2 granting land to Feleburg 1: Cenred 2, king of Mercia, to the nun Feleburg 1; grant of land at Lingen (or Lye), Herefords..: S1801    (704 x 709)
 S53 - Oshere 1 granting land to Cuthswith 1: Oshere 1, king of the Hwicce, to Cuthswith 1, abbess; grant of 15 hides (tributarii) at Penintanham (probably Inkberrow, Worcs.) and Dyllawidu (?), for the foundation of a minster: S53    (693)
 Tyrhtel 1.S1785 granting land to Wealdhere 2: Tyrhtel 1, bishop [of Hereford] to Wealdhere 2, bishop of London; grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Fulham, Middlesex: S1785    (704 x 709)
Tomb-making/opening (2)
 Cuthbert 6.burial of six persons in a tomb: Cuthbert 6 buried the remains of six people in a tomb, built with wondrous beauty: bishops Wealhstod 2, Torhthere 1, and Tyrhtel 1; King Milfrith 1 and his wife Cwenburg 1, and Osfrith 6 son of Oshelm 2.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.163.3
 Cuthbert 7.burial of six persons in a tomb: Cuthbert 7 buried six persons in a tomb.: Milred.Sylloge  L21