Location: Westminster / Middlesex

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Transaction S1293      King Edgar 11 to the church of Westminster, St Peter's 1; grant and confirmation of extensive privileges and lands, comprising 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster, 5 hides at Blecenham (lost, in Hendon, Middx) and 6 at Lothereslege (lost, in Hendon); 10 hides at Hendon, Middx, and another 10 hides there; 3 hides (cassati) at Codenhleaw; 8 hides (mansae) at Hanwell, Herts.; 10 hides at Sunbury, Middx; land at Shepperton, Middx; 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts.; 3 hides at Sullington, Sussex; the reversion of land at Parham, Sussex; land at Paddington, Cowley Peachey, Middx; and at Ewell, Kent
Transaction S894      King Æthelred 32 to Westminster 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of (a) 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster 1 [formerly purchased by Dunstan 1 from Edgar 11 for 70 mancuses of gold]; (b) 3 at Logereslea (for Lothereslege, lost in Hendon), Middx. [formerly held by Beorhtmær 2, purchased by Dunstan 1 for £30 from King Edward 12 and given to Winchester 1]; (c) 5 at Hampstead, Mddx [granted to Westminster 1 by King Æthelred 32]; (d) 20 [at Hendon, Middx.] [of which 10 were purchased by Dunstan 1 from Bishop Æthelwold 1 and 10 from Wulfnoth 7, miles, for 80 pounds of silver]; (e) 3 at Codanhlaw [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Eadnoth 1, minister, for 12 pounds]; (f) 8 at Hanwell, Middx. [acquired from Ælfwine 33 for 30 pounds to enable him to go on pilgrimage, the arrangement to be reversed if he returned and repaid the money, the land meanwhile to be held by Dunstan 1 for his lifetime, with reversion to Westminster 1]; (g) 10 at Sunbury [purchased by Dunstan 1 from Ælfheah 33, dux, for 200 gold solidi, the reversion being given to Westminster 1 after the life of a widow, Æthelflæd 19; (h) land at Shepperton, Mddx. [to revert to Westminster 1 after the death of Æthelflæd 19]; (i) 5 hides at Brickendon, Herts. [bequeathed to Westminster 1 by Ælfhelm 8 Polga]; (j) 3 hides (cassati) at Sullington, Sussex [given by Ælfwine, the king's præfectus in Kent, for the soul of his wife]; (k) land at Paddington, Middx. [to revert to Westminster after the death of Wulfric]; (l) land at Cowley Peachey, Middx. [to revert after the death of Ælfric into the control of Bishop Wulfsige (of Sherborne)].
Office S909    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (abbot of Westminster)
Office S891    Ælfwig 11 held office of Abbot (abbot of Westminster)
Office S981    Wulfnoth 17 held office of Abbot (abbot of Westminster)
Transaction S1450      Offa 8, king, to Westminster 1; grant of liberities.
Office S903    Ælfwig 11
Transaction S1293      Dunstan 1 with Edgar 11; exchange of 5 hides (mansae) at Westminster for which Dunstan 1 gave Edgar 120 mancuses of gold
Office S1002    Edwin 35
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1049; D 1050 Wulfnoth 17 Abbot of Westminster
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1065; E 1066   MS CD: King Edward 15 came to Westminster at Christmas and had the minster consecrated which he had himself built to the glory of God and of St Peter and of all God’s saints. The consecration of the church was on Holy Innocents’ day.

MS E: In this year the minster of Westminster was consecrated on Holy Innocents’ day.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1065; E 1066   King Edward 15 was buried at Westminster on the feast of the Epiphany.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1066   In this year Harold 3 came from York to Westminster at the Easter following the Christmas that the king had died, and Easter was then on the 16 April.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1066   Earl Tosti 2 came from overseas into the Isle of Wight with as large a fleet as he could muster, and both money and provisions were given him. And King Harold 3 and his brother assembled a naval force and a land force larger than any king had assembled before in this country, because he had been told that William 1 the Bastard [Wyllelm Bastard] meant to come here and subdue this country. This was exactly what happened afterwards. Meanwhile Earl Tosti 2 came into the Humber with 60 ships and Earl Edwin 33 came with a land force and drove him out, and the sailors deserted him. And he went to Scotland with 12 small vessels, and there Harald 5, king of Norway, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him and became his vassal [him to beah 7 his man wearth]; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 his brother fought against them; but the Norwegians had the victory. Harold 3, king of the English, was informed that things had gone thus; and the fight was on the Vigil of St Matthew [20 September]. Then Harold 3 our king came upon the Norwegians by surprise and met them beyond York at Stamford Bridge with a large force of the English people; and that day there was a very fierce fight on both sides. There was killed Harald 5 Fairhair [Harfagera recte Hardrada] and Earl Tosti 2, and the Norwegians who survived took to flight; and the English attacked them fiercely as they pursued them until some got to the ships. Some were drowned, and some burned, and some destroyed in various ways so that few survived and the English remained in command of the field. The king gave quarter to Olaf 8 [Olafe], son of the Norse king [Norna cyng], and their bishop [Anonymous 10021] and the earl of Orkney [Anonymous 10022]and all those who survived on the ships, and they went up to our king and swore oaths that they would always keep peace and friendship with this country; and the king let them go home with 24 ships. These two pitched battles were fought within five nights. Then Count William 1 came from Normandy to Pevensey on Michaelmas eve, and as soon as they were able to move on they built a castle at Hastings. King Harold 3 was informed of this and he assembled a large army and came against him at the hoary apple-tree. And William 1 came against him by surprise before his army was drawn up in battle array. But the king nevertheless fought hard against him, with the men who were willing to support him, and there were heavy casualties on both sides. There King Harold 3 was killed and Earl Leofwine 69 his brother, and Earl Gyrth 1 his brother, and many good men, and the French remained masters of the field, even as God granted it to them because of the sins of the people. Archbishop Ealdred 37 and the citizens of London wanted to have Edgar 14 Cild [Edgar 14 Cild] as king, as was his proper due; and Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 promised him that they would fight on his side; but always the more it ought to have been forward the more it got behind, and the worse it grew from day to day, exactly as everything came to be at the end. The battle took place on the festival of Calixtus the pope [14 October]. And Count William 1 went back to Hastings and waited there to see whether submission would be made to him. But when he understood that no one meant to come to him, he went inland with all his army that was left to him, and that came to him afterwards from overseas, and ravaged all the region that he overran until he reached Berkhampstead. There he was met by Archbishop Ealdred 37 and Edgar 14 Cild, and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3, and all the chief men [betstan men] of London. And they submitted out of necessity after most damage had been done – and it was a great piece of folly that they had not done it earlier, since God would not make things better, because of our sins. And they gave hostages and swore oaths to him, and he promised them that he would be a gracious lord, and yet in the meantime they ravaged all that they overran. Then on Christmas day Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king at Westminster. And he promised Ealdred 37 on Christ’s book and swore moreover (before Ealdred 37 would place the crown on his head) that he would rule all this people as well as the best of the kings before him, if they would be loyal to him. All the same he laid taxes on people very severely, and then went in spring overseas to Normandy, and took with him Archbishop Stigand 1, and Æthelnoth 46, abbot of Glastonbury, and Edgar 14 Cild and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Waltheof 2 and many other good men from England. And Bishop Odo 3 and Earl William 2 stayed behind and built castles far and wide throughout this country, and distressed the wretched folk, and always after that it grew much worse. May the end be good when God wills!
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1066   In the same year that he [Harold 3] became king he went out with a naval force against William 1, and meanwhile Earl Tosti 2 came into the Humber with 60 ships; and Earl Edwin 33 came with a land force and drove him out and the sailors deserted him, and he went to Scotland with 12 small vessels, and Harold 3, the Norse king, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Edwin 33 fought against them, and the Norse king had the victory. And King Harold 3 was informed as to what had been done, and what had happened, and he came with a very great force of Englishmen and me him at Stamford Bridge, and killed him and Earl Tosti 2 and valiantly overcame all the invaders. Meanwhile Count William 1 landed at Hastings on Michaelmas day, and Harold 3 came from the north and fought with him before all the army had come, and there he fell and his two brothers Gyrth 1 and Leofwine 69; and William 1 conquered this country, and came to Westminster, and Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king, and people paid taxes to him, and gave him hostages and afterwards bought their lands. And Leofric 23, abbot of Peterborough, was at that campaign and fell ill there, and came home died soon after, on the eve of All Saints. God have mercy on his soul.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1066   MS D: Archbishop Ealdred 37 and the citizens of London wanted to have Edgar 14 Cild [Edgar 14 Cild] as king, as was his proper due; and Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 promised him that they would fight on his side; but always the more it ought to have been forward the more it got behind, and the worse it grew from day to day, exactly as everything came to be at the end. The battle took place on the festival of Calixtus the pope [14 October]. And Count William 1 went back to Hastings and waited there to see whether submission would be made to him. But when he understood that no one meant to come to him, he went inland with all his army that was left to him, and that came to him afterwards from overseas, and ravaged all the region that he overran until he reached Berkhampstead. There he was met by Archbishop Ealdred 37 and Edgar 14 Cild, and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3, and all the chief men [betstan men] of London. And they submitted out of necessity after most damage had been done – and it was a great piece of folly that they had not done it earlier, since God would not make things better, because of our sins. And they gave hostages and swore oaths to him, and he promised them that he would be a gracious lord, and yet in the meantime they ravaged all that they overran. Then on Christmas day Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king at Westminster. And he promised Ealdred 37 on Christ’s book and swore moreover (before Ealdred 37 would place the crown on his head) that he would rule all this people as well as the best of the kings before him, if they would be loyal to him.

MS E: William 1 conquered this country, and came to Westminster, and Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1067   The lady Matilda 2 came to this country and Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated her as queen at Westminster on Whit-Sunday.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1073; E 1072   Bishop Æthelric 51 died at Westminster on 15 October.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1073; E 1072   After William 1 conquered England, he took Æthelric 51 from Peterborough and sent him to Westminster.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1076   And the lady Eadgyth 3, who was King Edward 15’s widow, died at Winchester a week before Christmas, and the king had her brought to Westminster with great honour, and laid her near King Edward 15, her husband.
Event Bayeux Tapestry      Here King Edward 15's body is carried to St Peter the Apostle.
Event WilliamofPoitiers.GestaGuillelmi  II.30   [Ealdred 37], archbishop of York, addressed the English before William 1's coronation and asked them whether they would consent to him being crowned as their lord. They all shouted their joyful assent, joined by the Normans when [Geoffrey 2] asked them. Then [Ealdred 37] consecrated William 1, crowned him with the diadem of kings, and seated him on a royal throne, in the presence of many bishops and abbots, in the basilica of St Peter the apostle, which boasted of possessing the tomb of King Edward 15, on the holy feast of Christmas in the year of Our Lord 1066.
Event WilliamofPoitiers.GestaGuillelmi  II.30   The basilica of St Peter the apostle [in Westminster] boasted of possessing the tomb of King Edward 15.
Office S1011    Wulfnoth 17 held office of Abbot
Event S1041      King Edward 15 to Westminster 1 Abbey, Third Charter; grant and confirmation of privileges.
Event S1043      King Edward 15 to Westminster 1 Abbey, First Charter; confirmation of privileges and of lands.
Transaction S1043      King Edward 15 to Westminster 1 Abbey, First Charter; confirmation of lands, comprising 17.5 hides at Westminster, 20 at Hendon, 5 at Hampstead, 12 hides and 1 uirga at Greenford, 8 hides at Hanwell, 8 at Shepperton, 7 at Sunbury, Middx.; 10 at Aldenham, 4 hides and 1 uirga at Datchworth, 4.5 hides at Watton(-at-Stone), 6.5 at Holwell, Herts.; 2 at Ham, 4 at Wennington, 5 at Kelvedon (?), 4 at Fanton in North Benfleet, Essex; 10 at Morden, Surrey; 2 at Ewell, Kent; 7 at Parham, 3 at Chollington in Eastbourne, 4 at (West) Chiltington, Sussex. (b) Moulsham [granted by Leofcild 2], Kelvedon Hatch (?) [granted by Æthelric 66], Maplestead [granted by Wulfwine 11], Kelvedon, Rayne and Latchingdon [granted by Guthmund 5), Wanstead [granted by Ælfric 131], Leyton [granted by Atsere 3 Swearte], Paglesham [granted by Ingulf 1], Essex; Lessness, Kent [granted by Atsere 4]; Claygate, Surrey [granted by Tosti 3]; Ayot St Lawrence, Herts. [granted by Ælfwine 63]; Denham [granted by Wulfstan 58], a half hide at Amersham and 1 hide at Weedon, Bucks. [granted by Siweard 17]; 2.5 hides at Wormley, Herts. [granted by Leofsige 38 of London].
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.6   Outside the walls of London, upon the River Thames, stood a monastery dedicated to St Peter, but insignificant in buildings and numbers, for under the abbot only a small community of monks served Christ. The king [Edward 15], being devoted to God, gave his attention to that place. because of his love for the Prince of the Apostles, whom he worshipped with uncommon and special love, he decided to have his burial-place there. Accordingly [Edward 15] ordered that out of the tithes of all his revenues should be started the building of a noble edifice; so that God would look kindly upon him, both for the sake of his goodness and because of the gift of lands and ornaments.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.5   The glorious king [Edward 15] ordered a royal palace to be built at Brill, whereupon a great crowd of rustics poured into the wood with axes. It was summer time, when men, after they have filled their bellies, are quick to rest, and then, in the afternoon, hasten back more eagerly to work. Among the other labourers on the royal building was a young man named Wulfwine 12, who, from his greediness for wheat, was surnamed 'Spillecorn'. He rose from sleep having lost his sight, and remained blind for nineteen years. A citizen's wife [Anonymous 10061] approached this man and told him what she learnt about him in a vision. 'Dear Man,' she said, 'visit eighty churches, bare-footed and wearing only woollen clothes; and thus you will experience the merits of the saints, whose patronage you seek with faith, in the purging of your blindness; but the privilege is reserved specially to St Edward 15 the king that the water in which he washes his hands should restore to you the light of your eyes'. He visited that number of churches, and finally he put his case to the king’s chamberlains [Anonymi 10041]. These made no haste to seek out the king and acquaint him with the poor man’s requirements. Wulfwine 12, however, battered diligently at the door; worn out by the insistence of the blind man, a chamberlain went straight to the prince and related the vision which had been told to him. The king ordered that he should be brought in, and God showed his mercy to the poor man. ‘Mother of God’, said the king, ‘my Lady, ever virgin Mary, stand witness that I shall be exalted beyond measure if God should work through me that of which the vision told’. Then the king dipped his fingers in the liquid element and mercifully touched the sightless eyes. And lo! Blood poured copiously through the hands of the prince. The man, cured of his blindness, cried out, and, filled with a great joy, exclaimed, ‘I see, O king, your bright countenance. I see the gracious face of life. God has given me light, and Edward 15, his anointed.’ This miracle was performed, just as it had once been revealed to Wulfwine 12 by Anonymous 100061’s vision, at the royal town called Windsor. Edward 15 entrusted to his man, miraculously made to see, the custody of his chief palace for the term of his whole life. And this man kept the royal hall at Westminster up to the time of King William 1; and he, who had been blind for score of years less one, saw with clear sight until his death.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.5   [The royal town of Windsor] the glorious king [Edward 15] granted to the blessed apostle Peter at Westminster, and confirmed it with his charter.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.9   As Christmas of 1065 approached, everything was ready for the consecrating of the church of St Peter at Westminster. But on Christmas eve Edward 15 began to get worse. Concealing this fact, however, he spent Christmas Day both in the church and in the palace rejoicing with his nobles. But on the morrow, when he could hide it no longer, he began to rest apart and sent messengers to carry out the dedication of his monastery through fitting persons. His consort [Eadgyth 3] exerted herself on the orders of the noble king so that the sacrament of the holy consecration should be completed.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.11   [After the consecration of St Peter's church in Westminster Edward 15] survived, alas, for only a few more days. Then, fortified by the last sacrament, he died and was buried, it would seem, before the very altar of the Prince of the Apostles, when not only England but also other neighbouring kingdoms gave way to tears.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.11   Then could be seen in the dead body [of Edward 15] the glory of a soul departing to God. For the flesh of his face blushed like a rose, the adjacent beard gleamed like a lily, his hands, laid out straight, whitened, and were a sign that his hole body was given not to death but to auspicious sleep. And so the funeral rites were arranged at the royal cost and with royal honour, as was proper, and amid the boundless sorrow of all men. They bore his holy remains from his palace [at Westminster] into the house of God, and offered up prayers and sighs and psalms all that day and the following night. Meanwhile, when the day of the funeral ceremony dawned, they blessed the office of the interment they were to conduct with the singing of masses and the relief of the poor. And so, before the altar of St Peter the Apostle, the body, washed by his country's tears, is laid up in the sight of God. They also caused the whole of the thirty days following to be observed with the celebration of masses and the chanting of psalms, and expended many pounds of gold for the redemption of his soul in the alleviation of different classes of the poor.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.11   Then could be seen in the dead body [of Edward 15] the glory of a soul departing to God. For the flesh of his face blushed like a rose, the adjacent beard gleamed like a lily, his hands, laid out straight, whitened, and were a sign that his hole body was given not to death but to auspicious sleep. And so the funeral rites were arranged at the royal cost and with royal honour, as was proper, and amid the boundless sorrow of all men. They bore his holy remains from his palace [at Westminster] into the house of God, and offered up prayers and sighs and psalms all that day and the following night. Meanwhile, when the day of the funeral ceremony dawned, they blessed the office of the interment they were to conduct with the singing of masses and the relief of the poor. And so, before the altar of St Peter the Apostle, the body, washed by his country's tears, is laid up in the sight of God. They also caused the whole of the thirty days following to be observed with the celebration of masses and the chanting of psalms, and expended many pounds of gold for the redemption of his soul in the alleviation of different classes of the poor.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  II.7   Once during an Easter feast at the royal court at Westminster Edward 15 received a vision of the Seven Sleeping saints, that they turned on their left side and would lie thus for seventy-four years, after which many things written in the Gospel would come to pass. Harold 3 was very surprised by the vision and sent ambassadors to Ephesus, Greece, to see the saints, which indeed took place.
Office S1122    Ælfric 136 held office of Abbot
Office S1122    Ordberht 1 held office of Abbot
Office S1123    Edwin 38 held office of Abbot
Office S1125    Edwin 38 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.64.3   In 1102 there was assembled a council in the church of St Peter to the west near London. The council, led by Anselm 1, condemned the fraudulent heresy of simony. There were detected in this fault and deposed Guy 2 of Pershore, Wimund 4 of Tavistock, and Ealdwine 6 of Ramsey; others not yet consecrated were removed from their abbeys, namely Godric 36 from Peterborough, Hamo 1 from Cerne, and Æthelric 74 from Milton.
Event S1110      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that he has confirmed the exchange of land at Luton, Northants., for land at Marholm, Northants., and the agreement made between Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, and Leofric 23, abbot of Peterborough; and has also confirmed the boundaries along King Cnut 3's Delph, Northants., as Ælfwine 55, abbot of Ramsey, proved his claim to them against Siweard 18, abbot of Thorney.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.3   Mellitus 1 built a monastery of St Peter to the west of the city [of London].
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.5   Edward 15 gathered a large body of monks [in Westminster] and built a church in a new style.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.81.1 Wulfsige 36 held office of Abbot for Dunstan 1
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.131   Æthelwine 40 was accused of rebellion under William 1, on the grounds that he had violated the king's peace by taking to piracy. He was removed to Westminster for lifelong exile, where he won himself a reputation for sanctity by voluntary fasting and abundant tears.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iv.162   At Pershore a monastery was founded and completed in the time of King Edgar 11 by Æthelweard 56 dux of Dorset, no miser but a man of great generosity. But it too decayed and was reduced by more than a half. Part of it was taken over by the greed of the rich, part buried in oblivion; but a sizeable portion was transferred to Westminster by Kings Edward 15 and William 1. Here are kept some of St Eadburg 4's bones, and they are revered with fervent devotion, because here specially the glory of her miracles lives on.
Event Bates19  version I   King William 1 informs Archbishop Lanfranc 1, Hamo 2, sheriff of Kent, Walter 4 the sheriff, and all his sheriffs and French, English and Welsh barons, that he establishes and orders the abbey of Battle, its surrounding leuga and all its manors with the appendages belonging to them, namely: Wye, Kent ; Alciston, Sussex; Limpsfield, Surrey; Hutton, Essex; Brightwalton, Berks.; Crowmarsh, Oxfordshire; shall be free of all earthly service with sake and soke, toll and team, infangenetheof, geld, scot murdrum, all aids, work on castles, parks and bridges, hideage, danegeld, all please, plaints, shires, hundreds, lestage, tallage, assarts, enclosures, and military service.
Office Bates68    Geoffrey 3 held office of Abbot
Event Bates139      King Edward 15 was buried at Westminster.
Event Bates139      Eadgyth 3 was buried at Westminster.
Event Bates139      William 1 took up the sceptre and crown of all England at Westminster.
Event Bates181      King William 1, at Ingelric 1’s request, confirms the foundation of the collegiate church of St Martin-le-Grand, which Ingelric 1 and his brother Eirard 1 had built and endowed within the walls of the city of London out of their own possession.
Event Bates290      William 1 was crowned in St Peter’s, Westminster.
Occupation Bates290    Ælfnoth 44 Monk of Westminster, St Peter's 1
Occupation Bates290    Godwine 68 Mason of Westminster, St Peter's 1
Occupation Bates290    Anonymous 10105 Monk
Office Bates290    Edwin 38 held office of Abbot for Westminster, St Peter's 1
Event Bates301      King William 1 notifies Bishop William 2 of London, Geoffrey 5 de Mandeville and the sheriff and all French and English officials and faithful men of Middlesex that he wills and orders that the abbey of Westminster should have the estate of Chalkhill in Kingsbury, Middx, as freely as Thurstan 8, housecarl of King Edward 15, held it of that king, and as he gave it to that abbey, and as King Edward 15 confirmed it in his charges.
Event Bates303      Writ from a synod at Westminster at which King William 1 ordered that the bishop of London should not oppress the monks of Westminster.
Event Bates305      King William 1 notifies all his archbishops, bishops, abbots, earls, sheriffs, and all his barons and officers, both French and English, throughout England in all the shires in which Westminster has lands and men that he has taken the abbey under his protection.
Event Bates306      King William 1 notifies Bishop Hugh 7 of London and all the bishops who will succeed him, Geoffrey 5 de Mandeville, and the sheriff and all future sheriffs, French and English nobles, barons and citizens of London that he has confirmed to the abbey of Westminster all the lands and customs in London which King Edward 15 had granted to the abbey.
Occupation Bates316    Ælfwald 76 Monk
Event Bates324      King Edward 15 and Eadgyth 3 were buried at St Peter's, Westminster.
Occupation Bates324    Leofsige 38 Mason of St Peter's, Westminster.
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:2) Westminster, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 3 hides in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1086)
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:2) Westminster, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 3 hides in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1066)
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:2) Edwin 38 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 3 hides in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1066)
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:1) Westminster, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 hides, 2 virgates in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1086)
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:1) Westminster, St Peter's 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 hides, 2 virgates in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1066)
Possession GDB  128 (Middlesex 4:1) Edwin 38 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 13 hides, 2 virgates in Westminster, Middlesex (in 1066)