Source: CharterS1061

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Description

King Edward to St Michael's Abbey (Mont Saint-Michel); grant of land at St Michael's Mount, Cornwall; and at Vennesire (? Winnianton Hundred, Cornwall) and the harbour called Ruminella (? Old Romney, Kent).

Charter information
Sawyer 1061
Birch ---
Kemble 914
British Academy ---
Source Used Kemble
Source Information
Language Latin
Scholarly Source Dating 1027 x 1035

Notes

Oliver, Monasticon, pp. 28, 414, Additional Supplement (1854), p. 3; Delisle 1867, Pièces just., doubtful authenticity; Round 1899, no. 708; Haskins 1916, pp. 265, 267, either spurious or Edward assumed royal title in Cnut's reign; Haskins 1925, p. 273 n. 16 and p. 275; Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 327-30, on identification of Ruminella; Oleson 1955, p. 154; Finberg 1960, no 100, questionable; Fauroux 1961, no. 76, possibly authentic and dated 1027 x 1035, possibly 1033 x 1034; Hull 1962, pp. x-xiii, dubious; Keynes 1991/1, pp. 190-4, may be authentic; Hooke 1994, p. 53, cited.

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Allen Brown, R. The Norman Conquest London 1984 139