Source: CharterS1047

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King Edward to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of land at Chartham, Kent, and Walworth, Surrey,
and confirmation of land at
Sandwich,
Eastry,
Folkestone,
Thanet,
Adisham,
Ickham,
Chartham,
Godmersham,
Westwell,
East Chart,
the other Chart,
Berwick,
Brook,
Warehorne,
Appledore,
Mersham,
Orpington,
Preston,
Meopham,
Cooling,
Farningham,
Hythe,
Hollingbourne,
Farleigh,
Peckham, all in Kent;

at Patching and
Wootton in Sussex; at
Walworth,
Merstham,
Cheam, and
Horsley in Surrey; at

Southchurch,
Laver,
Milton (Hall) in
Prittlewell,
Lawling in
Latchingdon,
Bocking,
St Osyth and
Stisted in Essex; at

Hadleigh and
Monks Eleigh, Suffolk;

Monks Risborough in Bucks.;

Newington and
Britwell Prior, Oxon.

Charter information
Sawyer 1047
Birch ---
Kemble 896
British Academy ---
Source Used Kemble
Archive(s) Canterbury, Christ Church
Source Information
Language Latin and Old English
Scholarly Source Dating 1042 x 1066

Notes

Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 326-7, on place-names; PN Oxon, i. 105-6, 132; Robertson, Charters, pp. 427-30; Kissan 1939, p. 287; Harmer, Writs, p. 175 n. 5, not authentic in present form but may contain authentic material; Ker, Catalogue, no. 185 (p. 240), on MS 1; Hart, ECEE, no. 117, grant of Chartham probably authentic, the remainder a post-Conquest addition; Whitelock 1969, p. 113, dubious; Barlow 1970, p. 135, doubtful, cited with reference to royal style; Hart, ECE, no. 54, authentic basis; Rumble 1976, p. 167, on a place-name form (Merstham); Gelling, ECTV, nos 301, 344, spurious; Keynes 1980, p. 113 n. 92, spurious; Brooks 1984, p. 258 n. 14, p. 388 nn. 140, 143, on the scribe of MS 1.