Ælfheah 19 (Male) I, the Bald, bishop of Winchester, 934x935-951
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Notes: BDDAB, p. 8; BEASE, pp. 6-7; Hart, ECNE, p. 257.

Factoid List

Recorded Name (127)
(1)
 S461   
... Ælfeah (1)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 394
Aelfheah (2)
 S455   
 S526   
Aelfhæh (1)
 S520   
Aelpheg (1)
 S483   
Alfath (1)
 S498   
Alfeagh (1)
 S415   
Alfech (3)
 S429   
 S445   
 S460   
Alfegus (2)
 S1209   
 S1209   
Alfetg (1)
 S431   
Alpheah (1)
 S432   
Alphec (1)
 S485   
Alphech (2)
 S478   
 S534   
Alphet (1)
 S481   
Elfeah (1)
 S522a   
Elfhea (2)
 S517a   
 S517b   
Elfheah (2)
 S487   
 S552a   
Elpheah (1)
 S499   
[Ælf]heah (1)
 S449   
ÆLFEAGUS (1)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8 cap.
Ælfeag (2)
 S398   
 S444   
Ælfeagus (3)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 S398   
Ælfeah (3)
 S468   
 S516   
 S537   
Ælfegus (2)
 ASC  951 F(Lat.)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  7
Ælfeh (1)
 S545   
Ælfehah (1)
 S489   
Ælfheach (1)
 S533   
Ælfheag (3)
 S440   
 S521   
 S540   
Ælfheagus (1)
 B.VitDunstani  8
Ælfheagus cognomine caluus (1)
 B.VitDunstani  7
Ælfheah (71)
 S276   
 ASC (A)  934 A, 935 G
 ASC  951 AG
 S386   
 S387   
 S388   
 S389   
 S390   
 S392   
 S411   
 S421   
 S424   
 S427   
 S430   
 S433   
 S438   
 S441   
 S444   
 S447   
 S448   
 S461   
 S463   
 S464   
 S465   
 S467   
 S469   
 S470   
 S471   
 S475   
 S476   
 S477   
 S480   
 S482   
 S486   
 S488   
 S491   
 S492   
 S493   
 S494   
 S495   
 S496   
 S497   
 S500   
 S503   
 S505   
 S510   
 S511   
 S512   
 S517   
 S518   
 S519   
 S521   
 S522   
 S523   
 S527   
 S528   
 S529   
 S531   
 S532   
 S535   
 S536   
 S542   
 S543   
 S546   
 S547   
 S552   
 S554   
 S558   
 S578   
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 16r.8.xxiv
 S1811   
Ælfhealh (1)
 S446   
Ælfheh (4)
 S411   
 S507   
 S514   
 S544   
Ælfhæh (2)
 S525   
 S550   
Ælfæh (1)
 S576   
Ælpheah (1)
 S506   
Ælpheg (1)
 S439   
Æltheah (1)
 RestingPlaces  II.31
Personal Information (6)
piety (2)
 B.VitDunstani  7 (man of God)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8 (He was strong in the spirit of prophecy)
saintly status (4)
 B.VitDunstani  8 (blessed)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8 cap. (saint)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14 (saint)
 RestingPlaces  II.31 (saint)
Office (130)
Bishop (130)
 S276    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 ASC (A)  934 A, 935 G
 B.VitDunstani  7
 B.VitDunstani  8
 B.VitDunstani  8
 B.VitDunstani  8
 ASC  951 AF(OE)G (Bishop of Winchester)
 Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 394
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  7 (Bishop of Winchester)
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8 cap.
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
 Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  14
 S386   
 S387   
 S388   
 S389   
 S390   
 S392    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S398    (bishop of Winchester)
 S398    (bishop of Winchester)
 S411    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S415    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S421    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S424   
 S427   
 S429    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S430    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S431    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S432   
 S433   
 S438    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S439    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S440    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S441    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S444   
 S445    (bishop of Winchester)
 S447    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S448    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S449   
 S455   
 S1209   
 S460    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S461    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S463    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S464    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S465    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S467    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S468    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S469    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S470    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S471    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S475    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S476    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S477    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S478    (bishop of Winchester)
 S480    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S481    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S482    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S483    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S485    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S486    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S487    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S488    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S489    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S491    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S492    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S493    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S494    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S495    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S496    (bishop of the church of London)
 S497    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S498    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S499    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S500    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S503    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S505   
 S506    (bishop of Winchester)
 S507    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S510    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S511   
 S512    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S514   
 S1209    (bishop of Winchester)
 S516   
 S517    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S517a    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S517b    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S518   
 S519    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S520   
 S521   
 S521    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S522   
 S522a    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S523    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S525    (bishop of church of Winchester)
 S526    (bishop of the church of London)
 S527    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S528    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S529    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S531    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S532    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S533    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S534    (bishop of Winchester)
 S535    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S536    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S537    (bishop Winchester)
 S540   
 S542    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S543    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S544   
 S545    (bishop of Winchester)
 S546    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S547    (bishop of Winchester)
 S552    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S552a   
 S554    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S558    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S576   
 S578    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S806   
 S1293    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 16r.8.xxiv (Bishop of the West Saxons)
 Anon.EpisList2    (bishop of the city of Winchester)
 Anon.EpisList3    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 Anon.EpisList4    (bishop of the city of Winchester)
 Anon.EpisList5    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S446    (bishop of the church of Winchester)
 S1811    (bishop of the church of the people of Winchester)
Personal Relationship (4)
Ælfheah 19 Kinsman (Generic kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Dunstan 1: B.VitDunstani  7
 of Æthelstan 30: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8
Ælfheah 19 Patron (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Æthelwold 1: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  9
~ Relative (Consanguineal kinship) of Ælfheah 19 (1)
 Æthelstan 30: of Ælfheah 19: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.32
Event (122)
Advice/counsel (1)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
Appointment - ecclesiastical (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of archbishop (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (2)
 Ælfheah 19.accession to bishopric: Here Ælfheah 19 acceded to the bishopric.: ASC (A)  934 AE, 935 G (934)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of priest (2)
 Ælfheah 19.consecration of Æthelwold 1: Æthelwold 1 was consecrated by Ælfheah 19 to the rank of priest.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  7-8 (934 x 939)
 Ælfheah 19.gift of prophecy: Ælfheah 19 ad a gift of prophecy; he could foretell death. Once he ordained three men - Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, and Æthelstan 30, his relative - to priesthood, saying that two of them would become bishops, and the third would come to a miserable end.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.29-33
Burial (2)
 Group of saints. buried at Winchester: St Birinus 1, St Hædde 2, St Swithhun 5, St Æthelwold 1, St Ælfheah 19, St Frithestan 1 and St Beornstan 5 rest in Winchester. : RestingPlaces  II.31
 S526 - Eadred 16 granting land to Eadwulf 37, and Winchester, Nunnaminster: King Eadred 16 to Eadwulf 37, priest; grant, for, life of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckford, Hants., with reversion of 5 hides to Winchester, Nunnaminster and 5 hides to the church where he is buried: S526    (947)
Charter confirmation (1)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
Charter-witnessing (109)
 S1209 - Wynnhelm 6 granting land to Wulfhelm 16: Wiihelm (? Wynnhelm 6) to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop; grant of land to the south of Canterbury: S1209    (939)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S1811 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfheah 16: King Edmund 14 to (Wulfheah 16); grant of land at Langford, Wilts..: S1811    (943)
 S276 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: Ecgberht 10, king, to the minster of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Droxford, Hants: S276    (826)
 S386 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Culmstock, Devon: S386    (924 x 939)
 S387 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Monkton (lost) in Wyke in Shobrooke and Thorverton, Devon: S387    (924 x 939)
 S388 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to St Petroc’s: King Æthelstan 18 to St Petroc's minster; grant of 1 hide (cassatus) at Newton St Petroc, Devon: S388    (924 x 939)
 S389 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 6 perticae at Stoke Canon, Devon: S389    (924 x 939)
 S390 - Æthelstan 26 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 26 to the monastery of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Stoke (Stoke Canon, Devon): S390    (924 x 939)
 S392 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Beorhthelm 15: King Æthelstan 18 to Beorhthelm 15, miles; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Eatun: S392    (939 x 940)
 S398 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Æthelstan 18 to Canterbury, Christ Church; grant of land at Folkestone, Kent, the site of a former minster: S398    (927)
 S411 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Ælfheah 16: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfheah 16, minister; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Farnborough, Berks.: S411    (935 x 938)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
 S421 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Crediton 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the bishopric of Crediton 1; grant of privileges, in return for 60 pounds of silver: S421    (933)
 S424 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wilton, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to Wilton, St Mary's Minster; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at North Newnton and 5 hides (cassati) at Oare in Wilcot, in Savernake Forest, Wilts.: S424    (933)
 S427 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Winchester, Holy Trinity: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Winchester, Holy Trinity; grant of 30 hides (cassatae) at Enford, Wilts.; 10 (mansae) at Chilbolton and 10 (cassati) at Ashmanworth, Hants.: S427    (934)
 S429 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the nuns of Shaftesbury 1; grant of 12 hides (manentes) at Tarrant Hinton, Dorset: S429    (935)
 S430 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wihtgar 5: King Æthelstan 18 to Wihtgar 5, minister; lease, for four lives, of 7 hides (mansae) at Havant, Hants.: S430    (935)
 S431 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Æthelhelm 17: King Æthelstan 18 to Æthelhelm 17, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Marksbury, Somerset: S431    (936)
 S432 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Athelney 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the church at Athelney 1; grant of 1 hide (mansio) at (East) Lyng, Somerset: S432    (937)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Topsham, Devon: S433    (924 x 939)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Peter's at Topsham, Devon: S433    (937)
 S438 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wilton, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the church of Wilton, St Mary; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Burcombe, Wilts.: S438    (937)
 S440 - Æthelstan 18 exchanging with Ælfheah 14: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset, in return for 200 staterae of gold and silver: S440    (937)
 S441 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Æthelred 26: King Æthelstan 18 to Æthelred 26, minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Rimpton, Somerset: S441    (938)
 S444 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelstan 18 to Old Minster, Winchester; grant of 25 hides (mansae) at Tichborne and 5 at Beauworth, Hants., to remain forever under episcopal control: S444    (938)
 S445 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43, bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at West Orchard, Dorset, with regrant by Alfred 43 to Beorhtwynn 1, daughter of Wulfhelm 19: S445    (939)
 S446 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadburg 8: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadburg 8, his sister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Droxford, Hants.: S446    (939)
 S447 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadwulf 33, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Meopham, Kent : S447    (939)
 S448 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadwulfu 1: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadwulfu 1, a nun; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Brightwalton, Berks.: S448    (939)
 S449 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wulfswith 2: King Æthelstan 18 to Wulfswith 2, ancilla Dei; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at East Overton, Wilts.: S449    (939)
 S455 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Muchelney: King Æthelstan 18 to Muchelney Abbey and the brethren there; grant of land at Curry Rivel, 5 hides (mansae) at Stowey in Fivehead, Somerset, and 1 hide held by a layman, Muda 1. The grant is entered in a gospel-book: S455    (934 x 939)
 S459 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Edmund 14 to Eadwulf 33; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Liddington, Wilts.: S459    (940)
 S461 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 25, minister; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Waltham, Berks.: S461    (940)
 S463 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Exton, Hants.: S463    (940)
 S464 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Æthelswith 4, a nun; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Oswaldingtune (near Ashford, Kent): S464    (940)
 S465 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelthryth 8: King Edmund 14 to Æthelthryth 8, a nun; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Poolhampton in Overton, Hants.: S465    (940)
 S467 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (mansae) at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.: S467    (940)
 S468 - Edmund 14 granting land to Garulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Garulf 3, minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) at Swallowcliffe, Wilts.: S468    (940)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
 S470 - Edmund 14 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edmund 14 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts.: S470    (940)
 S471 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Garford, Berks.: S471    (943)
 S475 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 21: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset: S475    (941)
 S476 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Corston, Somerset: S476    (941)
 S477 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent: S477    (941)
 S478 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, his vassallus; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Beechingstoke, Wilts.: S478    (941)
 S480 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, comes; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Ærmundeslea and a vill at Appleton, Berks.: S480    (942)
 S481 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Mells, Somerset: S481    (942)
 S482 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sæthryth 3: King Edmund 14 to Sæthryth 3, a nun; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Winkfield [and at Swinley], Berks.: S482    (942)
 S483 - Edmund 14 granting land to Theodred 3: King Edmund 14 to Theodred 3, bishop of London; grant of land at Southery, Norfolk: S483    (942)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S486 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 28: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 28, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S486    (943)
 S487 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 4, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Burghclere, Hants.: S487    (943)
 S488 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S488    (943)
 S489 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadgifu 4: King Edmund 14 to his mother [Eadgifu 4]; grant of 10 sulungs at North Mynstre, Thanet, Kent: S489    (943)
 S491 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckhampstead, and a mill on the river Lambourn, Berks.: S491    (943)
 S492 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at South Newton, Wilts., with meadow at Weolces clife, and 3 hides at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.: S492    (943)
 S493 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfgyth 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgyth 3, a nun; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Rollington (lost) in Bulbridge, near Wilton, Wilts.: S493    (944)
 S494 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 22: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 22, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Lyford, Berks.: S494    (944)
 S495 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 31: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 31, bishop (of Ramsbury or Hereford); grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Badby, Dodford and Everdon, Northants.: S495    (944)
 S496 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 46: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 46, bishop (of Ramsbury); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Blewbury, Berks.: S496    (942 x 944)
 S497 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Ealdingtune (? Monkton) in Thanet, Kent: S497    (944)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S503 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister: grant of 20 hides at Æscesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone, Berks.): S503    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 S506 - Edmund 14 granting land to Alfred 42: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 42, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Bracklesham and 2 at Thorney (cf. Thorney Farm in East Wittering) or Earnley, Sussex: S506    (945)
 S507 - Edmund 14 granting land to Baederices wirde 1: King Edmund 14 to the monastery at Baederices wirde 1; grant of privileges in adjacent land: S507    (945)
 S510 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20: King Edmund 14 to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20, his men; grant of a 'yokelet' (an iuclæte) and 10 segetes at Gamelanwyrthe, Kent: S510    (946)
 S511 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S511    (941)
 S512 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Miclan grafe in Thanet, Kent: S512    (943)
 S514 - Edmund 14 granting land to Burgric 1: King Edmund 14 to Burgric 1, bishop (of Rochester); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at West Malling, Kent: S514    (942 x 946)
 S516 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfsige 27: King Eadred 16 to Wulfsige 27, bishop (of Sherborne); grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Thornford, Dorset, with reversion to the refectory of the cathedral community: S516    (946 x 951)
 S517 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Brightwell, 15 at Sotwell, 5 at Mackney, and land at Wallingford, Berks.: S517    (945)
 S517a - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgifu 8: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgifu 8, a religious woman; grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Tolleshunt, Essex: S517a    (946)
 S517b - Eadred 16 granting land to Eawynn 1: King Eadred 16 to Eawynn 1, a religious woman; grant of 19 hides (mansae) at Hockley, Essex: S517b    (946)
 S518 - Eadred 16 granting land to Heresige 1: King Eadred 16 to Heresige 1, his man; grant of 1.5 hides (mansae) at Swalecliffe, Kent, with grant of the same by Heresige 1 to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (St Augustine's, Canterbury): S518    (946)
 S519 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Didlington, Dorset: S519    (946)
 S520 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 25: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 25; grant of 7 hides (manentes) at Warkton, Northants.: S520    (946)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
 S522 - Eadred 16 granting land to to Ælfsige 33: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 33, his faithful man; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S522    (947)
 S522a - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Eadred 16 to Ælfstan 32, his faithful minister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Wigborough, Essex: S522a    (947)
 S523 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister and miles; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Brightwell, Berks.: S523    (947)
 S525 - Eadred 16 granting land to Eadric 14: King Eadred 16 to Eadric 14, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Washington, Sussex: S525    (947)
 S526 - Eadred 16 granting land to Eadwulf 37, and Winchester, Nunnaminster: King Eadred 16 to Eadwulf 37, priest; grant, for, life of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckford, Hants., with reversion of 5 hides to Winchester, Nunnaminster and 5 hides to the church where he is buried: S526    (947)
 S527 - Eadred 16 granting land to Edmund 19: King Eadred 16 to Edmund 19, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Hankham, Sussex: S527    (947)
 S528 - Eadred 16 granting land to Oswig 4: King Eadred 16 to Oswig 4, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Merstham, Surrey: S528    (947)
 S529 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, miles; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Denchworth, Berks.: S529    (947)
 S531 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfheah 26 : King Eadred 16 to Ælfheah 26, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Knoyle, Wilts.: S531    (948)
 S532 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfric 33: King Eadred 16 to Ælfric 33, his faithful minister; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Alverstoke, Hants.: S532    (948)
 S533 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 34: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 34, his most faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Ailsworth, Northants.: S533    (948)
 S534 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfthryth 6: King Eadred 16 to Ælfthryth 6, a religious woman; grant of 8 hides (mansae) in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset: S534    (948)
 S535 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Ælfwynn 3: King Eadred 16 to Ælfwynn 3, a religious woman; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Wickhambreux, Kent, in return for 2 pounds of purest gold: S535    (948)
 S536 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Mackney and 5 at Sotwell, Berks.: S536    (948)
 S537 - Eadred 16 granting land to Canterbury Cathedral: King Eadred 16 to Canterbury Cathedral; grant of 30 hides (mansi) at Twickenham, Middx.: S537    (948)
 S540 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul, Winchester; confirmation of 55 hides (mansae) at Downton and 45 at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S540    (948)
 S542 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his minister and miles; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Stanmore in Beedon, Berks.: S542    (947)
 S543 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 35: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 35, gold- and silver-smith, his man; grant of 1 hide (mansa) on the Isle of Wight and 1 at Winterburnan in the land of the Gewisse (possibly Winterborne, Berks.): S543    (949)
 S544 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelmær 6: King Eadred 16 to Æthelmær 6, praeses; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Chetwode and Hillesden, Bucks. : S544    (949)
 S545 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelstan 32: King Eadred 16 to Æthelstan 32, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansi) at Eatun, in return for 60 mancuses of gold: S545    (949)
 S546 - Eadred 16 granting land to Canterbury Cathedral: King Eadred 16 to Canterbury Cathedral; grant of Reculver minster and its lands, estimated at 26 hides (cassati): S546    (949)
 S547 - Eadred 16 granting land to Frithuric 3: King Eadred 16 to Frithuric 3, his minister; grant of four hides (mansae) at Ofærtune: S547    (948)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
 S552 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his faithful man; grant of 18 hides (mansae) at Welford, Berks., in exchange for land at Pendavey in Egloshayle, Cornwall: S552    (949)
 S552a - Eadred 16 granting land to Barking 1: King Eadred 16 to the monastic community at Barking 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Lippanwelle (? in Barnstaple hundred) and 4 at Ciricdune (? at Chingford, Essex).: S552a    (950)
 S554 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfheah 27: King Eadred 16 to Ælfheah 27, his faithful minister; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Northtune: S554    (951)
 S558 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his faithful minister; grant of 25 hides (mansae) at Chieveley, Berks.: S558    (951)
 S576 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfgar 12: Eadred 16, king of the Mercians, to Wulfric 24, his devoted minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Austrey, Warwicks.: S576    (958)
 S578 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfgar 12: King Eadred 16 to Ælfgar 12, his faithful miles and minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Weonfelda (probably Wokefield, Berks.): S578    (946 x 951)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (1)
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Confession (2)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfheah 19.miracle of stone: Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
Confirmation of land/privileges (5)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S445 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43, bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at West Orchard, Dorset, with regrant by Alfred 43 to Beorhtwynn 1, daughter of Wulfhelm 19: S445    (939)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S540 - Eadred 16 confirming land of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul, Winchester; confirmation of 55 hides (mansae) at Downton and 45 at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S540    (948)
Conspiracy/intent to murder (1)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
Death/dying (1)
 Ælfheah 19.death: Here Ælfheah 19 passed away on St Gregory's mass-day.: ASC  951 AF(Lat.)G (951)
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Education/teaching (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Expulsion (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Feasting/banqueting (1)
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Forfeiture (1)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
Friendship-making (1)
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Grant and Gift (104)
 S1209 - Wynnhelm 6 granting land to Wulfhelm 16: Wiihelm (? Wynnhelm 6) to Wulfhelm 16, archbishop; grant of land to the south of Canterbury: S1209    (939)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S1811 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfheah 16: King Edmund 14 to (Wulfheah 16); grant of land at Langford, Wilts..: S1811    (943)
 S276 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: Ecgberht 10, king, to the minster of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Droxford, Hants: S276    (826)
 S386 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Culmstock, Devon: S386    (924 x 939)
 S387 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Monkton (lost) in Wyke in Shobrooke and Thorverton, Devon: S387    (924 x 939)
 S388 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to St Petroc’s: King Æthelstan 18 to St Petroc's minster; grant of 1 hide (cassatus) at Newton St Petroc, Devon: S388    (924 x 939)
 S389 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 6 perticae at Stoke Canon, Devon: S389    (924 x 939)
 S390 - Æthelstan 26 granting land to Exeter, SS Mary & Peter: King Æthelstan 26 to the monastery of Exeter, SS Mary & Peter; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Stoke (Stoke Canon, Devon): S390    (924 x 939)
 S392 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Beorhthelm 15: King Æthelstan 18 to Beorhthelm 15, miles; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Eatun: S392    (939 x 940)
 S398 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Æthelstan 18 to Canterbury, Christ Church; grant of land at Folkestone, Kent, the site of a former minster: S398    (927)
 S411 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Ælfheah 16: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfheah 16, minister; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Farnborough, Berks.: S411    (935 x 938)
 S415 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Malmesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia and church of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Norton, Wilts.; 5 at Sumerford (? Little Somerford, Wilts.); and 5 at Ewen, Gloucs., forfeited by Alfred 33 for conspiracy: S415    (931)
 S421 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Crediton 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the bishopric of Crediton 1; grant of privileges, in return for 60 pounds of silver: S421    (933)
 S424 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wilton, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to Wilton, St Mary's Minster; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at North Newnton and 5 hides (cassati) at Oare in Wilcot, in Savernake Forest, Wilts.: S424    (933)
 S427 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Winchester, Holy Trinity: King Æthelstan 18 to the familia of Winchester, Holy Trinity; grant of 30 hides (cassatae) at Enford, Wilts.; 10 (mansae) at Chilbolton and 10 (cassati) at Ashmanworth, Hants.: S427    (934)
 S429 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Shaftesbury 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the nuns of Shaftesbury 1; grant of 12 hides (manentes) at Tarrant Hinton, Dorset: S429    (935)
 S431 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Æthelhelm 17: King Æthelstan 18 to Æthelhelm 17, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Marksbury, Somerset: S431    (936)
 S432 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Athelney 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the church at Athelney 1; grant of 1 hide (mansio) at (East) Lyng, Somerset: S432    (937)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Mary's; grant of 1 hide (mansa) at Topsham, Devon: S433    (924 x 939)
 S433 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Exeter, St Peter’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the minster of Exeter, St Peter's at Topsham, Devon: S433    (937)
 S438 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wilton, St Mary’s: King Æthelstan 18 to the church of Wilton, St Mary; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Burcombe, Wilts.: S438    (937)
 S441 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Æthelred 26: King Æthelstan 18 to Æthelred 26, minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Rimpton, Somerset: S441    (938)
 S444 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelstan 18 to Old Minster, Winchester; grant of 25 hides (mansae) at Tichborne and 5 at Beauworth, Hants., to remain forever under episcopal control: S444    (938)
 S445 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfric 25 or Alfred 43, bishop; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at West Orchard, Dorset, with regrant by Alfred 43 to Beorhtwynn 1, daughter of Wulfhelm 19: S445    (939)
 S446 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadburg 8: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadburg 8, his sister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Droxford, Hants.: S446    (939)
 S447 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadwulf 33, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Meopham, Kent : S447    (939)
 S448 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Eadwulfu 1: King Æthelstan 18 to Eadwulfu 1, a nun; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Brightwalton, Berks.: S448    (939)
 S449 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wulfswith 2: King Æthelstan 18 to Wulfswith 2, ancilla Dei; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at East Overton, Wilts.: S449    (939)
 S455 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Muchelney: King Æthelstan 18 to Muchelney Abbey and the brethren there; grant of land at Curry Rivel, 5 hides (mansae) at Stowey in Fivehead, Somerset, and 1 hide held by a layman, Muda 1. The grant is entered in a gospel-book: S455    (934 x 939)
 S459 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadwulf 33: King Edmund 14 to Eadwulf 33; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Liddington, Wilts.: S459    (940)
 S461 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 25: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 25, minister; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Waltham, Berks.: S461    (940)
 S463 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) at Exton, Hants.: S463    (940)
 S464 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Æthelswith 4, a nun; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Oswaldingtune (near Ashford, Kent): S464    (940)
 S465 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelthryth 8: King Edmund 14 to Æthelthryth 8, a nun; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Poolhampton in Overton, Hants.: S465    (940)
 S468 - Edmund 14 granting land to Garulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Garulf 3, minister; grant of 9 hides (mansae) at Swallowcliffe, Wilts.: S468    (940)
 S469 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwald 1: King Edmund 14 to Ordwald 1, minister; renewal of lost landbook for 10 hides (mansae) at Wylye, Wilts., held by Ordwald 1's father, Ordlaf 1.: S469    (940)
 S470 - Edmund 14 granting land to Winchester, New Minster: King Edmund 14 to Winchester, New Minster; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts.: S470    (940)
 S471 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Garford, Berks.: S471    (943)
 S475 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 21: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset: S475    (941)
 S476 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 23: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 23, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Corston, Somerset: S476    (941)
 S481 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Mells, Somerset: S481    (942)
 S482 - Edmund 14 granting land to Sæthryth 3: King Edmund 14 to Sæthryth 3, a nun; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Winkfield [and at Swinley], Berks.: S482    (942)
 S483 - Edmund 14 granting land to Theodred 3: King Edmund 14 to Theodred 3, bishop of London; grant of land at Southery, Norfolk: S483    (942)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
 S486 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfsige 28: King Edmund 14 to Ælfsige 28, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.: S486    (943)
 S487 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfswith 4: King Edmund 14 to Ælfswith 4, a religious woman; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Burghclere, Hants.: S487    (943)
 S488 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S488    (943)
 S489 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadgifu 4: King Edmund 14 to his mother [Eadgifu 4]; grant of 10 sulungs at North Mynstre, Thanet, Kent: S489    (943)
 S491 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckhampstead, and a mill on the river Lambourn, Berks.: S491    (943)
 S492 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfgar 11: King Edmund 14 to Wulfgar 11, minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at South Newton, Wilts., with meadow at Weolces clife, and 3 hides at Frustfield (lost), Wilts.: S492    (943)
 S493 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfgyth 3: King Edmund 14 to Ælfgyth 3, a nun; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Rollington (lost) in Bulbridge, near Wilton, Wilts.: S493    (944)
 S494 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfheah 22: King Edmund 14 to Ælfheah 22, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae) at Lyford, Berks.: S494    (944)
 S495 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 31: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 31, bishop (of Ramsbury or Hereford); grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Badby, Dodford and Everdon, Northants.: S495    (944)
 S496 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfric 46: King Edmund 14 to Ælfric 46, bishop (of Ramsbury); grant of 100 hides (mansae) at Blewbury, Berks.: S496    (942 x 944)
 S497 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 12 hides (mansae) or sulungs at Ealdingtune (? Monkton) in Thanet, Kent: S497    (944)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S499 - Edmund 14 granting land to Dunstan 1 & Glastonbury, St Mary’s: King Edmund 14 to the church of Glastonbury, St Mary's, and to Abbot Dunstan 1; grant and confirmation of privileges: S499    (944)
 S500 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 S503 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Edmund 14 to Wulfric 22, minister: grant of 20 hides at Æscesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone, Berks.): S503    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 S506 - Edmund 14 granting land to Alfred 42: King Edmund 14 to Alfred 42, bishop (of Selsey); grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Bracklesham and 2 at Thorney (cf. Thorney Farm in East Wittering) or Earnley, Sussex: S506    (945)
 S507 - Edmund 14 granting land to Baederices wirde 1: King Edmund 14 to the monastery at Baederices wirde 1; grant of privileges in adjacent land: S507    (945)
 S510 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20: King Edmund 14 to Ordhelm 2 and Ælfwald 20, his men; grant of a 'yokelet' (an iuclæte) and 10 segetes at Gamelanwyrthe, Kent: S510    (946)
 S511 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Edmund 14 to Æthelgeard 2, minister; grant of 7 hides (mansae) at Tisted, Hants.: S511    (941)
 S512 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Edmund 14 to Ælfstan 32, minister; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Miclan grafe in Thanet, Kent: S512    (943)
 S514 - Edmund 14 granting land to Burgric 1: King Edmund 14 to Burgric 1, bishop (of Rochester); grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at West Malling, Kent: S514    (942 x 946)
 S516 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfsige 27: King Eadred 16 to Wulfsige 27, bishop (of Sherborne); grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Thornford, Dorset, with reversion to the refectory of the cathedral community: S516    (946 x 951)
 S517 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Brightwell, 15 at Sotwell, 5 at Mackney, and land at Wallingford, Berks.: S517    (945)
 S517a - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgifu 8: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgifu 8, a religious woman; grant of 4 hides (mansae) at Tolleshunt, Essex: S517a    (946)
 S517b - Eadred 16 granting land to Eawynn 1: King Eadred 16 to Eawynn 1, a religious woman; grant of 19 hides (mansae) at Hockley, Essex: S517b    (946)
 S518 - Eadred 16 granting land to Heresige 1: King Eadred 16 to Heresige 1, his man; grant of 1.5 hides (mansae) at Swalecliffe, Kent, with grant of the same by Heresige 1 to the church of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (St Augustine's, Canterbury): S518    (946)
 S519 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Didlington, Dorset: S519    (946)
 S520 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 25: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 25; grant of 7 hides (manentes) at Warkton, Northants.: S520    (946)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
 S522 - Eadred 16 granting land to to Ælfsige 33: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 33, his faithful man; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Ebbesborne, Wilts.: S522    (947)
 S522a - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfstan 32: King Eadred 16 to Ælfstan 32, his faithful minister; grant of 17 hides (mansae) at Wigborough, Essex: S522a    (947)
 S523 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister and miles; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Brightwell, Berks.: S523    (947)
 S525 - Eadred 16 granting land to Eadric 14: King Eadred 16 to Eadric 14, his faithful comes; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Washington, Sussex: S525    (947)
 S526 - Eadred 16 granting land to Eadwulf 37, and Winchester, Nunnaminster: King Eadred 16 to Eadwulf 37, priest; grant, for, life of 10 hides (mansae) at Leckford, Hants., with reversion of 5 hides to Winchester, Nunnaminster and 5 hides to the church where he is buried: S526    (947)
 S527 - Eadred 16 granting land to Edmund 19: King Eadred 16 to Edmund 19, his faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Hankham, Sussex: S527    (947)
 S528 - Eadred 16 granting land to Oswig 4: King Eadred 16 to Oswig 4, minister; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Merstham, Surrey: S528    (947)
 S529 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, miles; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Denchworth, Berks.: S529    (947)
 S531 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfheah 26 : King Eadred 16 to Ælfheah 26, his minister; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Knoyle, Wilts.: S531    (948)
 S532 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfric 33: King Eadred 16 to Ælfric 33, his faithful minister; grant of 11 hides (mansae) at Alverstoke, Hants.: S532    (948)
 S533 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 34: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 34, his most faithful minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Ailsworth, Northants.: S533    (948)
 S534 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfthryth 6: King Eadred 16 to Ælfthryth 6, a religious woman; grant of 8 hides (mansae) in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset: S534    (948)
 S535 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Ælfwynn 3: King Eadred 16 to Ælfwynn 3, a religious woman; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Wickhambreux, Kent, in return for 2 pounds of purest gold: S535    (948)
 S536 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelgeard 2: King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, his faithful minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Mackney and 5 at Sotwell, Berks.: S536    (948)
 S537 - Eadred 16 granting land to Canterbury Cathedral: King Eadred 16 to Canterbury Cathedral; grant of 30 hides (mansi) at Twickenham, Middx.: S537    (948)
 S542 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his minister and miles; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Stanmore in Beedon, Berks.: S542    (947)
 S543 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfsige 35: King Eadred 16 to Ælfsige 35, gold- and silver-smith, his man; grant of 1 hide (mansa) on the Isle of Wight and 1 at Winterburnan in the land of the Gewisse (possibly Winterborne, Berks.): S543    (949)
 S544 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelmær 6: King Eadred 16 to Æthelmær 6, praeses; grant of 20 hides (manentes) at Chetwode and Hillesden, Bucks. : S544    (949)
 S545 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelstan 32: King Eadred 16 to Æthelstan 32, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansi) at Eatun, in return for 60 mancuses of gold: S545    (949)
 S546 - Eadred 16 granting land to Canterbury Cathedral: King Eadred 16 to Canterbury Cathedral; grant of Reculver minster and its lands, estimated at 26 hides (cassati): S546    (949)
 S547 - Eadred 16 granting land to Frithuric 3: King Eadred 16 to Frithuric 3, his minister; grant of four hides (mansae) at Ofærtune: S547    (948)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
 S552 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his faithful man; grant of 18 hides (mansae) at Welford, Berks., in exchange for land at Pendavey in Egloshayle, Cornwall: S552    (949)
 S552a - Eadred 16 granting land to Barking 1: King Eadred 16 to the monastic community at Barking 1; grant of 4 hides (manentes) at Lippanwelle (? in Barnstaple hundred) and 4 at Ciricdune (? at Chingford, Essex).: S552a    (950)
 S554 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfheah 27: King Eadred 16 to Ælfheah 27, his faithful minister; grant of 8 hides (cassati) at Northtune: S554    (951)
 S558 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his faithful minister; grant of 25 hides (mansae) at Chieveley, Berks.: S558    (951)
 S576 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfgar 12: Eadred 16, king of the Mercians, to Wulfric 24, his devoted minister; grant of 5 hides (mansae) at Austrey, Warwicks.: S576    (958)
 S578 - Eadred 16 granting land to Ælfgar 12: King Eadred 16 to Ælfgar 12, his faithful miles and minister; grant of 3 hides (mansae) at Weonfelda (probably Wokefield, Berks.): S578    (946 x 951)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Illness/demonic seizure/madness (1)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
Indicating bounds (1)
 S550 - Eadred 16 granting land to Wulfric 23: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 23, miles; grant of 12 hides (cassati) at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucs., with bounds of 20 hides at Bourton, 7 hides at Maugersbury and 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs.: S550    (949)
Invitation (1)
 Ælfheah 19.church-dedication: The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.: B.VitDunstani  8
Lease (2)
 S430 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Wihtgar 5: King Æthelstan 18 to Wihtgar 5, minister; lease, for four lives, of 7 hides (mansae) at Havant, Hants.: S430    (935)
 S467 - Edmund 14 granting land to Eadric 8: King Edmund 14 to Eadric 8, minister; lease, for four lives, of 4 hides (mansae) at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.: S467    (940)
Miracle (3)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfheah 19.miracle of stone: Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.: B.VitDunstani  8
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Monastic life, converting to/joining/oblation (2)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Monastic reform (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Penance (1)
 Dunstan 1.monkhood: When Ælfheah 19 heard that Dunstan 1 had preferred the love of a woman to becoming a monk, he asked God to send him some signs of his disapproval. Dunstan 1 started to feel very ill and thought that he had leprosy. He called for Ælfheah 19 and confessed that he was now ready to take his advice. Ælfheah 19 consacrated him to God as a monk.: B.VitDunstani  7
Pilgrimage (1)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
Property-buying/purchasing (1)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
Property-exchanging (2)
 S440 - Æthelstan 18 exchanging with Ælfheah 14: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset, in return for 200 staterae of gold and silver: S440    (937)
 S552 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Wulfric 22: King Eadred 16 to Wulfric 22, his faithful man; grant of 18 hides (mansae) at Welford, Berks., in exchange for land at Pendavey in Egloshayle, Cornwall: S552    (949)
Property-giving/selling (8)
 S1293 - Dunstan 1’s proclamation: Dunstan 1, bishop of London, proclaims the confirmation and grant by King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's, of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 120 mancuses of gold, cf. S 670], 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon) [for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 11 10 mancuses of gold]; 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there [purchased from Æthelwold 1, bishop of Winchester, and Wulfnoth 5, miles, for 80 pounds of silver, cf. S 1295]; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw [purchased from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts. [acquired from Ælfwine 14, minister, in return for 30 pounds of silver needed for a pilgrimage to Rome]; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx [purchased from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 mancuses of gold, cf. S 702]; land at Shepperton, Middx [purchased from Ealhflæd 2, widow, for 60 bizanteis nummis]; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [given to Westminster by Ælfhelm 8 Polga, cf. S 1487]; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex [given to Westminster by Ælfwine 15, prefectus in Kent]; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex [purchased from Wulfnoth 5 for 30 mancuses of gold]; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent: S1293    (959)
 S421 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Crediton 1: King Æthelstan 18 to the bishopric of Crediton 1; grant of privileges, in return for 60 pounds of silver: S421    (933)
 S440 - Æthelstan 18 exchanging with Ælfheah 14: King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfheah 21, minister; grant of 16 hides (mansae) at Pitminster, Somerset, in return for 200 staterae of gold and silver: S440    (937)
 S498 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelstan 26: King Edmund 14 to Æthelstan 26, his faithful comes; grant of 2 hides (mansae) at Brampford Speke, Devon, in return for 80 mancuses of gold: S498    (944)
 S500 - Edmund 14 granting land to Ordwulf 3: King Edmund 14 to Ordwulf 3, his minister; grant of 8 hides (mansae) at Brimpton, Berks., in return for 90 mancuses of purest gold: S500    (944)
 S505 - Edmund 14 granting land to Æthelnoth 24: King Edmund 14 to Æthelnoth 24, his presbyter: grant of a monastic dwelling (mansio) at Basing and 2 hides (cassati) at Lickpit, with appurtenant woodland at Oakridge and further appurtenances at Binfields, and at Middesellum (all Hants., except perhaps Middesellum), in return for 50 solidi of gold: S505    (945)
 S535 - Eadred 16 exchanging with Ælfwynn 3: King Eadred 16 to Ælfwynn 3, a religious woman; grant of 6 hides (mansae), equated with 6 sulungs, at Wickhambreux, Kent, in return for 2 pounds of purest gold: S535    (948)
 S545 - Eadred 16 granting land to Æthelstan 32: King Eadred 16 to Æthelstan 32, his faithful minister; grant of 10 hides (mansi) at Eatun, in return for 60 mancuses of gold: S545    (949)
Property-transacting (1)
 S444 - Æthelstan 18 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster: King Æthelstan 18 to Old Minster, Winchester; grant of 25 hides (mansae) at Tichborne and 5 at Beauworth, Hants., to remain forever under episcopal control: S444    (938)
Prophecy (2)
 Ælfheah 19.gift of prophecy: Ælfheah 19 ad a gift of prophecy; he could foretell death. Once he ordained three men - Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, and Æthelstan 30, his relative - to priesthood, saying that two of them would become bishops, and the third would come to a miserable end.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.29-33
 Ælfheah 19.prophecy on three priests: On the day in which he consecrated three men to priesthood, Ælfheah 19 said to those near him that two of them would become bishops and the third would come to a miserable end.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8, 14 (934 x 939)
Religious practice (1)
 Dunstan 1-Ælfheah 19.miracle of stone: Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.: B.VitDunstani  8
Restoration of land/property (2)
 S477 - Edmund 14, Eadred 16, Eadwig 4 restoring land to Canterbury, Christ Church: King Edmund 14, with Eadred 16 his brother and Eadwig 4 his son, to Canterbury, Christ Church; restoration of land at Twickenham, Middx; Preston near Faversham, Wingham, Swarling, Bossington, Graveney and Ulcombe, Kent: S477    (941)
 S485 - Edmund 14 granting land to Wynnflæd 2: King Edmund 14 to Wynnflæd 2, a nun; restoration and confirmation of 7 hides (mansae) at Cheselbourne, Dorset, and grant of a further 8 hides there: S485    (942)
Tomb-making/opening (1)
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46
Tonsuring (2)
 Ælfheah 19.tonsure of Æthelwold 1: At the king's command, Æthelwold 1 was tonsured by Ælfheah 19 to clerical status.: Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  7
 Æthelwold 1.ecclesiastical career: Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46