Source: CharterS405

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∆thelstan, rex Anglorum, to Eadwulf, bishop and the familia at Crediton; grant of 3 hides (cassatae) at Sandford near Crediton, Devon.

Charter information
Sawyer 405
Birch 1343
Kemble ---
British Academy ---
Source Used Birch
Archive(s) Exeter ex Crediton
Source Information
Date from Source 930
Scholarly Source Dating 930

Notes

*Napier and Stevenson, pp. 65-80, authentic; Stevenson 1914, p. 702 and n. 62, contemporary, discusses immunity; PN Devon, p. 411 n; Rose-Troup 1942, pp. 248-50, on bounds; Finberg, ECDC, no. 18; Bishop 1955, p. 195, probably authentic; John 1965, p. 409 n. 2, not contemporary and likely to be a fabrication, discusses immunity; Chaplais 1966, pp. 10-11 (no. 9), imitative script, possibly forged early in 11th century (= 1981 XV, pp. 10-11); Finberg 1969, pp. 20-38, authentic with interpolations, discusses bounds (= Finberg 1968, pp. 59-65); Forsberg 1970, p. 74, on detail of bound; Bullough 1972, p. 471 n. 38, on detail of Latin; Keynes 1980, p. 43 n. 74, not authentic in its received form; Chaplais 1981 XV, addendum, spurious; Sawyer 1983, p. 292, on meeting-place; Keynes 1988, p. 186 n. 4, product of '∆thelstan A'; Hooke 1990/1, pp. 202-4, 207-9, on bounds; BA Facs., pp. 8-9, probably 'improved' version of lost original; Crosby 1994, pp. 270-1; Hooke 1994, pp. 117-22, on bounds; cf. S 403; 1387

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Anonymous The Early Charters of Crediton Devon and Cornwall Notes & Queries 1913 188-92