Source: CharterS157

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Cenwulf, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred, king of the people of Kent, to Swithhun, minister; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Bromhey in Frindsbury, Kent, one sulung at Ęthilwlfing lond, a fishery on the Thames called Fiscnęs, and swine-pastures in Cęstersęta walda, with confirmation by Cuthred (2nd day of Easter, Canterbury) and note of bequest of the land by Swithhun to St Andrew's, Rochester.

Charter information
Sawyer 157
Birch 303
Kemble 179
British Academy Campbell, Rochester No. 16
Source Used Brit_Ac
Archive(s) Rochester
Source Information
Language Latin
Date from Source 801
Scholarly Source Dating 801


*Wallenberg, KPN, pp. 88-93, on place-names; Campbell, Rochester, pp. xvi, xxiii, authentic; Witney 1976, p. 235, on swine-pastures; Keynes 1993/1, p. 114 n. 12.