Source: CharterS1020

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King Edward to the church of St Mary, Abingdon; grant of 8 hides (mansae) on the river Kennet (at Leverton in Hungerford, Berks.), previously held by Eadric, rusticus.

Charter information
Sawyer 1020
Birch ---
Kemble 792
British Academy Kelly, Abingdon No. 145
Source Used BA
Archive(s) Abingdon
Source Information
Date of composition 1050
Language Latin and Old English
Date from Source 1050
Scholarly Source Dating 1050


Stevenson 1896, p. 732 n. 1, authentic; Grundy, Berks. 1926, pp. 61-3, on bounds; Oleson 1955, p. 152, doubtful; HRH, p. 234 and n. 1, subscriptions are consistent, apart from Abbot Ordric of Abingdon; PN Berks., i. 11, iii. 659, same bounds as in S 855; Barlow 1979, pp. 154-5, on witness-list; Gelling, ECTV, no. 132, authentic; Keynes 1980, p. 11 n. 16, on formulation; Kelly, Abingdon, no. 145, probably a very early forgery.