Source: CharterS1510

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Description

Will of Badanoth Beotting.

Charter information
Sawyer 1510
Birch 417
Kemble 238
British Academy ---
Source Used Birch
Archive(s) Canterbury, Christ Church
Source Information
Scholarly Source Dating 845 x 853

Notes

Bond 1878, p. 7, contemporary; Deanesly 1927, p. 4 n. 3, dates it to c. 844; Campbell 1938, authentic; Parsons 1939, p. 14, genuine and contemporary; Robertson, Charters, pp. 269-71; Brooks 1984, pp. 148, 159 and 357 n. 22, p. 361 n. 70, scribe also wrote S 296, 1194; Keynes 1990, p. 252 n. 101; Pelteret 1995, p. 277; S 296.

Translation(s)

Editor Article or Book Title Journal or Pub.Loc. Date pp.
Robertson, Agnes Jane Anglo-Saxon Charters Cambridge 1956 10 [no.6]

Event/Transaction List

Factoid Type Source Reference Short Description
1 Transaction S1510    Badanoth 4 Beotting to Canterbury, Christ Church; bequest of 16 yokes of land. It was to be in the possession of his wife [Anonymous 1074] and children [Anonymi 2709] for their lives and then revert to the church. After his death his wife and children were to be entrusted to the communitiy for security and protection and guardianship.
2 Transaction S1510    Badanoth 3 obtained and purchased 16 yokes of land from King Ęthelwulf 1
3 Event S1510    Will of Badanoth 4 Beotting; bequest of 16 yokes of land to his wife [Anonymous 1074] and children [Anonymi 2709] with reversion of Canterbury, Christ Church. The land had been obtained and purchased from King Ęthelwulf 1. In addition Badanoth 4 dedicated himself and his children to God.