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King William and Matilda grant the church of Deerhurst, Gloucs., to the abbey of Saint-Denis, as King Edward had given it to Baldwin, a monk of Saint-Denis before he became abbot of Bury St Edmunds. They also confirm King Edward’s gift of Taynton, Oxfordshire.

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Event Bates254    King William 1 and Matilda 2 grant the church of Deerhurst, Gloucs., to the abbey of Saint-Denis, as King Edward 15 had given it to Baldwin 5 a monk of Saint-Denis, before he became abbot of Bury St Edmunds. They also confirm King Edward 15's gift of Taynton, Oxfordshire.
Office Bates254    Stigand 1 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames Bates254    Stigand 1 (Stigandus)
Office Bates254    Ealdred 37 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames Bates254    Ealdred 37 (Aldredus)
Office Bates254    William 2 held office of Bishop
RecordedNames Bates254    William 2 (episopus Lundonie)
Office Bates254    Æthelric 64 held office of Bishop
RecordedNames Bates254    Æthelric 64 (Aielricus)
Office Bates254    Leofric 60 held office of Bishop
RecordedNames Bates254    Leofric 60 (Liuricus)
Transaction Bates254    King Edward 15 granted Deerhurst to Baldwin 5, a monk of Saint-Denis, before he became abbot of Bury St Edmunds.
Occupation Bates254    Baldwin 5 Monk of Saint-Denis
Transaction Bates254    King Edward 15 to Saint-Denis, Paris; grant of Taynton, Oxfordshire.