Location: The Weald / Kent, Surrey, Sussex

Factoid List

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Event ASC  876 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <877> B, 877 C   The mounted here (Anonymi 939) stole away under cover of night from the fierd (Anonymi 903) to Exeter.
Event ASC  876 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <877> B, 877 C   The mounted here (Anonymi 939) stole away under cover of night from the fierd (Anonymi 903) to Exeter.
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   Sigeberht 4 lived in the Weald until he was killed by a swineherd (Anonymous 301) at Privett.
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   Cynewulf 4 drove Sigeberht 4 into the Weald.
Event ASC  892 AEF, <893> B, 893 CDG   The here (Anonymi 968) destroyed a half-built fortification in the fen four miles from the river mouth in which some ceorls (Anonymi 969) were present.
Event ASC  892 AEF(OE and Lat.), <893> B, 893 CDG   Here in this year the great here (Anonymi 968) went from Boulogne into the mouth of the Lympne [now River Rother].
Transaction S1181      Frithuwald 4, subregulus of Surrey, and Eorcenwald 1, to Chertsey Minster; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Molesey, 10 at Petersham, 7 at Tooting with Streatham, 7 at Mitcham, 30 at Sutton, 10 at Carshalton (∆uueltone), 20 at Beddington, 7 at Waddington, 20 at Coulsdon, 20 at Merstham, 5 at Chipstead with Chaldon, 10 at Banstead with Suthemeresfelda (Canon's Farm in Banstead), 5 at Tadworth, 20 at Epsom, 30 at Ewell with Cuddington, 20 at Cheam with swine-pasture in the Weald, 20 at Bookham with Effingham, 20 at Cobham with Pointers, 5 at Esher, 5 at Apps Court, 10 and 2 at East and West Clandon, 2 at Albury, 4 at Compton, 5 at Henley Park, Surrey; 30 at Winchfield with Elvetham, Hants.; 8 at Byfleet with Weybridge, Surrey; and 10 at White Waltham, Berks.
Transaction S129      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the church of Rochester, St Andrew's 1, and the bishopric of Rochester 1; grant of 6 sulungs (aratra) at Trottiscliffe, Kent, with swine-pastures in the Weald
Transaction S123      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to Ealdberht 15, minister, and Selethryth 1, his sister; grant of 14 sulungs (aratra) at Ickham and Palmstead, Kent, with woodland in the Weald and other appurtenances
Transaction S165      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) to the south of Rochester (at Borstal), Kent, with appurtenant swine-pastures in the Weald
Transaction S159      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to [Eanberht 7], their kinsman; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at West Lenham, Kent, with thirteen swine-pastures in the Weald
Transaction S25      ∆thelberht 5 II, king of Kent, to the minster of Canterbury, SS Peter and Paul 1 (Canterbury, St Augustine's); exchange whereby the minster cedes the half-use of a mill to the royal vill at Wye, Kent, in return for pasture rights in the Weald for its tenant at Chart, Kent
Transaction S33      Sigered 2, king of half of the province of the men of Kent, to Eardwulf 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent, and swine-pastures in the western Weald
Transaction S752      King Edgar 11 to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges and of land, consisting of 5 hides (mansae) at Chertsey 1 and 10 hides (cassati) at Thorpe, 20 at Egham with Englefield, 5 at Chobham with Busseleghe, Frensham and Frimley, 10 (mansiones) at Petersham, 30 at Sutton with swine-pastures at Thunderfield Castle, 20 at Cheam with swine-pastures in the Weald [and the charter which Edgar 11 had bought from Edwin 16 for 50 mancuses], 10 at Waddington, 20 at Coulsdon, 20 at Merstham, 10 at Chipstead with Chaldon, 10 at Banstead with Suthemeresfelda (cf. Canon's Farm in Banstead), 20 at Epsom, 12 at Bookham, 10 at (East) Clandon, 20 at Cobham with Pointers (in Cobham), 5 at Byfleet with Weybridge, all in Surrey; 10 at (White) Waltham, Berks.; and 20 at Molesey, Surrey [which King Eadwig 4 unjustly gave to Winchester, Old Minster 1, and which were retrieved by Edgar 11 and Bishop ∆thelwold 1]
Event ∆thelweard.Chron  ii.17   Cynewulf 4 drove Sigeberht 4 with an armed attack into trackless parts of the place called the Weald.
Event ∆thelweard.Chron  ii.17   Sigeberht 4 lived [in the Weald] until he was killed by a swineherd (Anonymous 301).