Eadwulf 7 (Male) Bishop of Lindsey, 796-836x839
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Factoid List

Recorded Name (31)
Adulf (1)
 S160   
Eadulf (7)
 S180   
 S182   
 S1186a   
 S1430a   
 S148   
 S149   
 S1431   
Eadulfus (4)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  Tit.
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  1
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  5
 S167   
Eaduulf (6)
 S153   
 S155   
 S161   
 S40   
 S41   
 S1260   
Eaduulfus (2)
 Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19   
 S1431a   
Eadwlf (1)
 S158   
Eadwulf (7)
 S173   
 S1431b   
 S1433   
 S1434   
 S1436   
 S1437   
 S169   
Eadwulfus (1)
 S1187   
Edulfus (1)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.3
Eodulfus (1)
 S1435   
Personal Information (3)
moral (1)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  1 (humble)
other (1)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  3 (I have been invested with the dignity of the episcopate although unworthy)
saintly status (1)
 Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19    (of blessed memory)
Office (36)
Archbishop (1)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  Tit. (Archbishop of York)
Bishop (34)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  1 (Bishop of York)
 Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  3
 Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19   
 S153   
 S155   
 S158   
 S160   
 S161   
 S167   
 S40   
 S41   
 S173   
 S180   
 S182   
 S1186a   
 S1187   
 S1260   
 S1430a   
 S1431a   
 S1431b   
 S1433   
 S1434   
 S1435   
 S1436   
 S1437   
 S149   
 Anon.EpisList1    (bishop of Lindsey)
 Anon.EpisList2    (bishop of Lindsey)
 Anon.EpisList3    (bishop of Lindsey)
 Anon.EpisList4    (bishop of Lindsey)
 S1431   
 S169   
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.3
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.177.1
Electus (1)
 S148   
Personal Relationship (4)
~ Father (Honorific kinship) of Eadwulf 7 (2)
 Æthelheard 13: of Eadwulf 7: Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  5
 Æthelheard 13: of Eadwulf 7: Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  6
Eadwulf 7 Friend (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Æthelheard 13: Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1  1
Eadwulf 7 Predecessor (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Beorhtred 5: Beorhtred.ProfEpis.R19   
Event (29)
Agreement (1)
 S1431 - agreement between Deneberht 1 and Wulfheard 5: Record of an agreement between Deneberht 1, bishop of Worcester, and Wulfheard 5, bishop of Hereford, concerning their claims to the minsters at Cheltenham and Beckford, Gloucs: S1431    (803)
Archiepiscopal see - division (1)
 Offa 7-Jænberht 1.hostility: Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4
Archiepiscopal see - restoration (1)
 S1431a - decree of Council of Clofesho: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the restoration of the metropolitan rights of the see of Canterbury and the abolition of the archbishopric of Lichfield: S1431a    (803)
Bequeathing/will-making (1)
 S1187 - Æthelric 8 declaring his will: Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst; at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1; and land under Over, Gloucs., at Westmynster (Westbury-on-Trym) and at Stoce (Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. or Stoke Prior, Worcs.), to Ceolburg 1, his mother, for life, with reversion to the church at Worcester.: S1187    (804)
Charter-witnessing (27)
 S1186a - Pilheard 1’s declaration: Pilheard 1, comes of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, declares that he has obtained immunities for his 30-hide estate in Middlesex, in return for 200 solidi and an annual render of 30 solidi. The land is to be free from all public renders and burdens and from fines at folk-moots, but the landowner shall still be liable to construction of bridges and fortifications and shall owe the military service of five men: S1186a    (799 x 801)
 S1187 - Æthelric 8 declaring his will: Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst; at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1; and land under Over, Gloucs., at Westmynster (Westbury-on-Trym) and at Stoce (Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. or Stoke Prior, Worcs.), to Ceolburg 1, his mother, for life, with reversion to the church at Worcester.: S1187    (804)
 S1260 - Deneberht 1 confirming lease of Wulfheard 3: Deneberht 1, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1, to Wulfheard 3; confirmation of his life interest in land at Inkberrow and Bradley, Worcs: S1260    (803)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
 S1431 - agreement between Deneberht 1 and Wulfheard 5: Record of an agreement between Deneberht 1, bishop of Worcester, and Wulfheard 5, bishop of Hereford, concerning their claims to the minsters at Cheltenham and Beckford, Gloucs: S1431    (803)
 S1431a - decree of Council of Clofesho: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the restoration of the metropolitan rights of the see of Canterbury and the abolition of the archbishopric of Lichfield: S1431a    (803)
 S1431b - decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: S1431b    (803)
 S1433 - settlement of dispute between Heahberht 8 and church at Berkeley 1: Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.: S1433    (824)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S1435 - Cynred 2 recovering land: Record of a synodal dispute-settlement, concerning the recovery by Cynred 2, bishop of Selsey, of land at Denton, Sussex.: S1435    (825)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S1437 - record of settlement of dispute in Worcestershire: Record of the settlement at Clofesho of a dispute concerning swine-pasture at Sinton in Leigh, Worcs.. : S1437    (825)
 S148 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Æthelmund 2: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Æthelmund 2, his princeps; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Huntena tun: S148    (796)
 S149 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Cuthbert 11: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Cuthbert 11, abbot, and the brethren of Malmesbury Abbey; restitution of 35 hides (manentes) at Purton, Wilts., previously seized by King Offa 7, in return for 2000 silver solidi: S149    (796)
 S153 - Cenwulf 3 exchanging land with Oswulf 4: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Oswulf 4, his dux and minister; grant of land at Hremping wiic, also known as Hafingseota, south of the river Limen, Kent, in exchange for land at Bobingseata: S153    (798)
 S155 - Cenwulf 3 restoring land to Christ Church, Canterbury: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of 30 sulungs (aratra) at Charing, 10 at Seleberhtes cert or Bryning lond (Chart) and 4 at Humbinglond in Barham, Kent, previously seized and redistributed by King Offa 7, in return for 100 mancuses: S155    (799)
 S158 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Wihthun 2 and Selsey 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Bishop Wihthun 2 and the church at Selsey 1; confirmation of 25 (hides) at Denton, Sussex: S158    (801)
 S160 - Cenwulf 3 & Cuthred 11 granting land to Selethryth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Selethryth 1, abbess, and her familia at Lyminge; grant of land in Canterbury to serve as a refuge: S160    (804)
 S161 - Cenwulf 3 and Cuthred 11 granting land to Wulfheard 10: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond: S161    (805)
 S167 - Cenwulf 3 founding Winchcombe Abbey: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, founds Winchcombe Abbey: S167    (811)
 S169 - Cenwulf 3 exchanging land with Wulfred 6: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Graveney and a 'yokelet' (ioclet) at Caseborne (lost) in Cheriton, Kent, in exchange for 1 sulung (equivalent to 2 manentes) at Swarling, Kent, and a 'yokelet' at Ecgheang lond: S169    (812)
 S173 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Swithnoth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Swithnoth 1, his comes; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) near Chart Sutton, Kent, with swine-pastures: S173    (814)
 S180 - Cenwulf 3 granting privileges to Deneberht 1 for several Worcester estates: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and his clergy at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for land at Whittington, Spetchley and Tolladine in North Claines, for 30 hides (manentes) at Weogorena-leage (Hallow), and for 25 hides at Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., in return for 14 hides at Sture: S180    (816)
 S182 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Deneberht 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and the church of Worcester 1; grant of 3 hides (mansiones) at Sluhforda on the west bank of the Stour, Worcs.: S182    (817)
 S190 - Wiglaf 1 exchanging with Hanbury: Wiglaf 1, king of the Mercians, to the minster at Hanbury Minster, Worcs.; grant of privileges in return for the surrender to the king of 20 hides at Iddeshale (? Idsall, Salop.), land at Hæccaham (? Hanbury, Worcs.), 10 hides at Felda by Weoduman (? in Beanhall in Feckenham, Worcs.), and in return for the grant of 10 hides at Crowle, Worcs., to Mucel 4 (ealdorman), son of Esne, and a gift of 600 shillings in gold to Ealdorman Sigered 5.: S190    (836)
 S40 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Wulfred 6: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses: S40    (805)
 S41 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Æthelnoth 12: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Æthelnoth 12, praefectus; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne, Kent, in return for 3000 pence: S41    (805 x 807)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (1)
 S167 - Cenwulf 3 founding Winchcombe Abbey: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, founds Winchcombe Abbey: S167    (811)
Confirmation of land/privileges (2)
 S1260 - Deneberht 1 confirming lease of Wulfheard 3: Deneberht 1, bishop, and his familia at Worcester 1, to Wulfheard 3; confirmation of his life interest in land at Inkberrow and Bradley, Worcs: S1260    (803)
 S158 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Wihthun 2 and Selsey 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Bishop Wihthun 2 and the church at Selsey 1; confirmation of 25 (hides) at Denton, Sussex: S158    (801)
Correspondence (1)
 Offa 7-Jænberht 1.hostility: Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4
Disputing/dispute-settling (4)
 S1433 - settlement of dispute between Heahberht 8 and church at Berkeley 1: Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.: S1433    (824)
 S1435 - Cynred 2 recovering land: Record of a synodal dispute-settlement, concerning the recovery by Cynred 2, bishop of Selsey, of land at Denton, Sussex.: S1435    (825)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S1437 - record of settlement of dispute in Worcestershire: Record of the settlement at Clofesho of a dispute concerning swine-pasture at Sinton in Leigh, Worcs.. : S1437    (825)
Episcopal profession (1)
 Eadwulf 7.profession of obedience to Æthelheard 13: Eadwulf 7 professed obedience to Æthelheard 13.: Eadwulf.ProfEpis.R1   
Episcopal see, acquisition/institution/division/merge (1)
 Offa 7-Jænberht 1.hostility: Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4
Freeing from dues (1)
 S1186a - Pilheard 1’s declaration: Pilheard 1, comes of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, declares that he has obtained immunities for his 30-hide estate in Middlesex, in return for 200 solidi and an annual render of 30 solidi. The land is to be free from all public renders and burdens and from fines at folk-moots, but the landowner shall still be liable to construction of bridges and fortifications and shall owe the military service of five men: S1186a    (799 x 801)
Governing (2)
 S1431a - decree of Council of Clofesho: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the restoration of the metropolitan rights of the see of Canterbury and the abolition of the archbishopric of Lichfield: S1431a    (803)
 S1431b - decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: S1431b    (803)
Grant and Gift (11)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S148 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Æthelmund 2: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Æthelmund 2, his princeps; grant of 3 hides (cassati) at Huntena tun: S148    (796)
 S160 - Cenwulf 3 & Cuthred 11 granting land to Selethryth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Selethryth 1, abbess, and her familia at Lyminge; grant of land in Canterbury to serve as a refuge: S160    (804)
 S161 - Cenwulf 3 and Cuthred 11 granting land to Wulfheard 10: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond: S161    (805)
 S169 - Cenwulf 3 exchanging land with Wulfred 6: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Graveney and a 'yokelet' (ioclet) at Caseborne (lost) in Cheriton, Kent, in exchange for 1 sulung (equivalent to 2 manentes) at Swarling, Kent, and a 'yokelet' at Ecgheang lond: S169    (812)
 S173 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Swithnoth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Swithnoth 1, his comes; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) near Chart Sutton, Kent, with swine-pastures: S173    (814)
 S180 - Cenwulf 3 granting privileges to Deneberht 1 for several Worcester estates: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and his clergy at Worcester 1; grant of privileges for land at Whittington, Spetchley and Tolladine in North Claines, for 30 hides (manentes) at Weogorena-leage (Hallow), and for 25 hides at Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs., in return for 14 hides at Sture: S180    (816)
 S182 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Deneberht 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Deneberht 1, bishop, and the church of Worcester 1; grant of 3 hides (mansiones) at Sluhforda on the west bank of the Stour, Worcs.: S182    (817)
 S40 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Wulfred 6: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses: S40    (805)
 S41 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Æthelnoth 12: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Æthelnoth 12, praefectus; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne, Kent, in return for 3000 pence: S41    (805 x 807)
Hiding/harbouring/sanctuary (1)
 S160 - Cenwulf 3 & Cuthred 11 granting land to Selethryth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Selethryth 1, abbess, and her familia at Lyminge; grant of land in Canterbury to serve as a refuge: S160    (804)
Hostility (1)
 Offa 7-Jænberht 1.hostility: Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4
Judicial decision/review (2)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
 S1433 - settlement of dispute between Heahberht 8 and church at Berkeley 1: Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.: S1433    (824)
Oath-swearing/fealty (1)
 S1433 - settlement of dispute between Heahberht 8 and church at Berkeley 1: Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.: S1433    (824)
Pallium-despatch/receipt/request (1)
 Offa 7-Jænberht 1.hostility: Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4
Property-buying/purchasing (1)
 S41 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Æthelnoth 12: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Æthelnoth 12, praefectus; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Eythorne, Kent, in return for 3000 pence: S41    (805 x 807)
Property-exchanging (4)
 S149 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Cuthbert 11: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Cuthbert 11, abbot, and the brethren of Malmesbury Abbey; restitution of 35 hides (manentes) at Purton, Wilts., previously seized by King Offa 7, in return for 2000 silver solidi: S149    (796)
 S153 - Cenwulf 3 exchanging land with Oswulf 4: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Oswulf 4, his dux and minister; grant of land at Hremping wiic, also known as Hafingseota, south of the river Limen, Kent, in exchange for land at Bobingseata: S153    (798)
 S155 - Cenwulf 3 restoring land to Christ Church, Canterbury: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of 30 sulungs (aratra) at Charing, 10 at Seleberhtes cert or Bryning lond (Chart) and 4 at Humbinglond in Barham, Kent, previously seized and redistributed by King Offa 7, in return for 100 mancuses: S155    (799)
 S190 - Wiglaf 1 exchanging with Hanbury: Wiglaf 1, king of the Mercians, to the minster at Hanbury Minster, Worcs.; grant of privileges in return for the surrender to the king of 20 hides at Iddeshale (? Idsall, Salop.), land at Hæccaham (? Hanbury, Worcs.), 10 hides at Felda by Weoduman (? in Beanhall in Feckenham, Worcs.), and in return for the grant of 10 hides at Crowle, Worcs., to Mucel 4 (ealdorman), son of Esne, and a gift of 600 shillings in gold to Ealdorman Sigered 5.: S190    (836)
Property-giving/selling (3)
 S149 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Cuthbert 11: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Cuthbert 11, abbot, and the brethren of Malmesbury Abbey; restitution of 35 hides (manentes) at Purton, Wilts., previously seized by King Offa 7, in return for 2000 silver solidi: S149    (796)
 S173 - Cenwulf 3 granting land to Swithnoth 1: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Swithnoth 1, his comes; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) near Chart Sutton, Kent, with swine-pastures: S173    (814)
 S190 - Wiglaf 1 exchanging with Hanbury: Wiglaf 1, king of the Mercians, to the minster at Hanbury Minster, Worcs.; grant of privileges in return for the surrender to the king of 20 hides at Iddeshale (? Idsall, Salop.), land at Hæccaham (? Hanbury, Worcs.), 10 hides at Felda by Weoduman (? in Beanhall in Feckenham, Worcs.), and in return for the grant of 10 hides at Crowle, Worcs., to Mucel 4 (ealdorman), son of Esne, and a gift of 600 shillings in gold to Ealdorman Sigered 5.: S190    (836)
Property-transacting (5)
 S1186a - Pilheard 1’s declaration: Pilheard 1, comes of Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, declares that he has obtained immunities for his 30-hide estate in Middlesex, in return for 200 solidi and an annual render of 30 solidi. The land is to be free from all public renders and burdens and from fines at folk-moots, but the landowner shall still be liable to construction of bridges and fortifications and shall owe the military service of five men: S1186a    (799 x 801)
 S1187 - Æthelric 8 declaring his will: Æthelric 8, son of Æthelmund 2, declares his intention to bequeath land at Todenham, Gloucs.; Sture; Shrawley, Worcs.; and at Cohhanlea to Deerhurst; at Bromsgrove and Feckenham, Worcs., to Wærfrith 2 for life with reversion to Worcester 1; and land under Over, Gloucs., at Westmynster (Westbury-on-Trym) and at Stoce (Stoke Bishop, Gloucs. or Stoke Prior, Worcs.), to Ceolburg 1, his mother, for life, with reversion to the church at Worcester.: S1187    (804)
 S1433 - settlement of dispute between Heahberht 8 and church at Berkeley 1: Record of the settlement of a dispute between Heahberht 8, bishop, and the familia at Berkeley 1, Gloucs., concerning land and monastery at Westbury-on-Trym, Gloucs.. Reversion of the estate had been left to Worcester 1 by Æthelric 8. It was decided at Clofesho that Worcester 1 should retain it. An oath was given at Westbury 30 days later.: S1433    (824)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S190 - Wiglaf 1 exchanging with Hanbury: Wiglaf 1, king of the Mercians, to the minster at Hanbury Minster, Worcs.; grant of privileges in return for the surrender to the king of 20 hides at Iddeshale (? Idsall, Salop.), land at Hæccaham (? Hanbury, Worcs.), 10 hides at Felda by Weoduman (? in Beanhall in Feckenham, Worcs.), and in return for the grant of 10 hides at Crowle, Worcs., to Mucel 4 (ealdorman), son of Esne, and a gift of 600 shillings in gold to Ealdorman Sigered 5.: S190    (836)
Restoration of land/property (5)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S1435 - Cynred 2 recovering land: Record of a synodal dispute-settlement, concerning the recovery by Cynred 2, bishop of Selsey, of land at Denton, Sussex.: S1435    (825)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S149 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Cuthbert 11: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Cuthbert 11, abbot, and the brethren of Malmesbury Abbey; restitution of 35 hides (manentes) at Purton, Wilts., previously seized by King Offa 7, in return for 2000 silver solidi: S149    (796)
 S155 - Cenwulf 3 restoring land to Christ Church, Canterbury: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of 30 sulungs (aratra) at Charing, 10 at Seleberhtes cert or Bryning lond (Chart) and 4 at Humbinglond in Barham, Kent, previously seized and redistributed by King Offa 7, in return for 100 mancuses: S155    (799)
Seizure of land (1)
 S149 - Ecgfrith 7 granting land to Cuthbert 11: Ecgfrith 7, king of the Mercians, to Cuthbert 11, abbot, and the brethren of Malmesbury Abbey; restitution of 35 hides (manentes) at Purton, Wilts., previously seized by King Offa 7, in return for 2000 silver solidi: S149    (796)