Dunn 4 (Male) Minister, fl. 855-858; owner of land in west Kent
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Factoids by Source

S1514 (3)
Recorded Name (1)
Dunn (1)
 S1514   
Personal Relationship (1)
~ Wife (Affinal kinship) of Dunn 4 (1)
 Anonymous 1075: of Dunn 4: S1514   
Event (1)
Bequeathing/will-making (1)
 Dunn 4.S1514 bequeathing land to Rochester 1: Dunn 4 to his wife [Anonymous 1075]; bequest of land with reversion to Rochester 1, St Andrew's 1; this land probably consisted of land and a haga in Rochester 1: S1514    (855)
S315 (4)
Recorded Name (1)
Dunn (1)
 S315   
Office (1)
Minister (1)
 S315   
Event (2)
Charter-witnessing (1)
 S315 - Ęthelwulf 1 granting messuage to Dunn 4: Ęthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
Grant and Gift (2)
 S315 - Ęthelwulf 1 granting messuage to Dunn 4: Ęthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
 Ęthelwulf 1.S315 granting land to Dunn 4: Ęthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
S328 (2)
Recorded Name (1)
Dun (1)
 S328   
Event (1)
Charter-witnessing (1)
 S328 - Ęthelberht 9 exchanging land with Wulflaf 9: Ęthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland: S328    (858)
Grant and Gift (1)
 S328 - Ęthelberht 9 exchanging land with Wulflaf 9: Ęthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland: S328    (858)
Property-exchanging (1)
 S328 - Ęthelberht 9 exchanging land with Wulflaf 9: Ęthelberht 9, king, to Wulflaf 9, his minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Wassingwell in exchange for 5 sulungs at Mersham, Kent, with conversion of the latter into folkland: S328    (858)