Location: Winchester / Hampshire

Factoid List

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Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18   Osric 7, Æthelwulf 16 and others attacked an army of pagans (Anonymi 28).
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  18   A great army of pagans (Anonymi 28) aggressively attacked and ravaged Winchester.
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Wine 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Wine 1 was expelled from the bishopric by Cenwealh 2.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Cenwealh 2 grew tired of Agilbert 1's barbarous speech and foisted upon the kingdom another bishop (Wine 1).He divided his kingdom in two dioceses and gave Wine 1 an episcopal seat at Winchester
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   Birinus 1's body was translated from Dorchester to Winchester, in St Peter and St Paul's church.
Office ASC  744 ACDEG, <744> B Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop
Office ASC  703 ACDEF(OE)G, <703> B Hædde 2 held office of Bishop
Office ASC  754 ACDEG, <754> B, 753 F(OE and Lat.) Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop
Event ASC  754 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <754> B   Cyneheard 2 acceded to the bishopric [ABCDEF(OE)G: in Winchester] after Hunfrith 1.
Event ASC  744 ACDEG, <744> B   Hunfrith 1 acceded to the bishopric [sc. in Winchester]
Event ASC  860 ADEG, <861> B, 861 CF(OE and Lat.)   Osric 7, Æthelwulf 16 and others fought against a great sciphere (Anonymi 28), which they put to flight.
Event ASC  855 ADEG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE)   His [sc. Æthelwulf 1's] body lay at Winchester.
Event ASC  755 ACDEG, <755> B   The body of Cynewulf 4 lay at Winchester.
Event ASC  744 ACDEG, <744> B   Here Daniel 1 retired at Winchester.
Event ASC  909 A, <910> B, 910 CDG   Frithestan 1 acceded to the bishopric of Winchester.
Event ASC  896 A, <897> B, 897 CD, 897 G (p. 70)   Two (Anonymi 1052) of the three ships' complements (Anonymi 1052 and Anonymi 1053) were led to Winchester and hanged on the orders of Alfred 8.
Office Wigthegn.ProfEpis.R8    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Wigthegn.ProfEpis.R8    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop-elect ([Elected] to the episcopal seat of the city of Winchester)
Office Hereferth.ProfEpis.R14  Tit. Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Hereferth.ProfEpis.R14    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop-elect (elected to the episcopal see of the city of Winchester)
Office Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18  Tit. Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Swithhun.ProfEpis.R22  Tit. Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Swithhun.ProfEpis.R22    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop-elect ([elected] to the episcopal see of the city of Winchester)
Office Ealhfrith.ProfEpis.R26  Tit. Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Ealhfrith.ProfEpis.R26    Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop-elect (elected to the episcopal see of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.ProfEpis.R29  Tit. Anonymous 429 held office of Bishop ([Bishop] of Winchester)
Office Anon.ProfEpis.R29    Anonymous 429 held office of Bishop-elect (Bishop-elect of the episcopal see of the church of the city of Worcester)
Office S259    Cynebald 2 held office of Abbot (abbot of SS Peter & Paul, Winchester)
Event ASC  643 AG, 642 BCF(OE and Lat.), 641 E   Cenwealh 2 ordered the [BC add: old] church [F(OE and Lat.) add: of St Peter] to be built at Winchester.
Office ASC  896 A, <897> B, 897 CD, 897 G (p. 68) Beornwulf 7 held office of Wicgerefa (Wicgerefa at Winchester)
Office ASC  908 A, <909> B, 909 CDG Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop in Winchester)
Office ASC  909 A, <910> B, 910 CDG Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop in Winchester)
Office S1431b    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S1431    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S1430a    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S1263    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester and the church of St Peter)
Office S1263    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester and the church of St Peter)
Office S276    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S310    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S305    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (king of church Winchester)
Office S304    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city and church of Winchester)
Office S304    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city and church of Winchester)
Office S303    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S294b    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop
Office S294a    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S294    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop
Office ASC (DEF)  731 DEF(OE and Lat.) Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Event ASC (MR)  [924] B, 924 CD   Their [sc. Edward 2's and Ælfweard 4's] bodies lay at Winchester.
Event B.VitDunstani  8   Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 decided to stop at a church dedicated to Gregory 1 to sing compline there. While they were confessing each other, a tremendous stone dropped from high in the air and fell between them.
Event B.VitDunstani  8   The townspeople invited Ælfheah 19 to dedicate a new church at Winchester. Dunstan 1 was present as well. After a banquet tht followed, Dunstan 1 and Ælfheah 19 left together.
Office ASC (A)  931 A, 932 G Beornstan 5 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)for two and a half years
Event ASC (A)  933 AE, 934 F(OE and Lat.)G   Beornstan 5 passed away at Winchester [AEG: on All Saints' Day].
Event ASC (A)  931 AE, 932 G   Here Beornstan 5 was consecrated as bishop in Winchester on 29 May.
Office B.VitDunstani  8 Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop
Office B.VitDunstani  26 Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  30   Anonymous 563 came to Swithhun 5's tomb to be healed. He received the health of his body but did not repay thanks to God. However the crutches by which he had sustained his body bore witness that he had been cured and the crowds of onlookers (Anonymi 1521) who had been present there confirmed the event.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  29   Anonymous 561 left from the remoter parts of England led by Anonymous 562 to go to Winchester, hoping to be healed by Swithhun 5. When they were nearly three miles far from the town they stopped to rest for a while. Anonymous 562 was hungry and insisted that they should break their fast and eat before reaching Winchester. In the meantime they met some pilgrims (Anonymi 1519), who were on their way to Winchester. When Anonymous 561 realised that they had stopped near to a stone, he began to pray for Swithhun 5's intercession. He received his eyesight in that place, looked up and saw Winchester not far from there. He went in haste to the relics of Swithhun 5 and reported to the monks of that place (Anonymi 1520) how he had been cured.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  28   Hearing of Swithhun 5's many miracles, Byrhtferth 1 went barefoot to Winchester and offered insistent prayers to Swithhun 5. When the next day's dawn was breaking, he was found worthy to see the daylight with his eyes.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  27   Anonymous 559 was given four sheaves of wheat by Anonymi 1517 without the permission of the royal steward (Anonymous 560). When the latter found Anonymous 559 with the wheat, he asked him where he had got it from. As Anonymous 559 did not want to impute the theft to a friend, Anonymous 560 ordered him to be bound in shackles until he could first be flogged to the point of death and afterwards beheaded. While in prison Anonymous 559 asked the guards for a knife with which to trim his fingernails and after having prayed for Swithhun 5's intercession, he used the knife to cut through the huge beam. He managed to break away the iron mass of the spike, reached the door, grasped the lock and it came away as if there were no bolt. He then went to the tomb of Swithhun 5 and reported his story to the monks of that place.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  26   Anonymous 558 was condemned by Anonymi 1515 although he was innocent. Following Edgar 11's legislation, he was mutilated and lost both his hearing and his eyesight. He was led home by his friends (Anonymi 1516) and remained in this condition between 6 January and 25 April. Anonymi 1516 encouraged him to go to the tomb of Swithhun 5 which he did. He prayed for his hearing to be restored and he was found worthy to receive both his eyesight and his hearing.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  24   Anonymous 555 committed a parricide and was bound up in chains for nine years. As he heard of the miracles performed at Swithhun 5's tomb he came to Winchester from across the sea. While he was praying there for the intercession of Swithhun 5, an iron ring which cut across his stomach broke. In due course another smaller ring fell before his feet and it was still hanging up in the Old Minster when Lantfred 1 was writing.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  23   Anonymi 1512 came to Winchester from various regions of England. They were all cured of their various illnesses through the merits of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  22   Anonymi 1511 were all healed through Swithhun 5's intercession in the space of three days.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  21   Anonymous 553 and Anonymous 554 went to pray at Swithhun 5's tomb from the faraway areas to the west. They were both healed through the merits of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20   When Anonymous 552 found out that Anonymous 549 had met her previous master (Anonymous 550), she ordered Anonymous 549 to be bound up in shackles. On the following day Anonymous 549 went outside as best as she could and sat near the house. She turned herself in the direction of the church where Swithhun 5 was buried and started to pray. Then she saw a venerable man who took her in a split second to the saint's tomb. She was deposited in the sanctuary which was kept under lock and key. Eadsige 8 noticed Anonymous 549 and asked her how she had got there. She first said that she had been taken there by a cleric (Eadwald 1) that she saw there. Then, she told the entire story and everybody understood that the miracle had been performed through the merits of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20   Anonymi 1510 took Anonymous 549 to Winchester and sold her to Anonymous 551.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  19   Hearing of the miracles which were happening through the merits of Swithhun 5, Anonymi 1509 went to his tomb to pray for their healing. As soon as they arrived, they were immediately healed.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  17   Anonymous 546 was taken by his kinsmen to Winchester, where he received his health, after spending three days and nights in the church where Swithhun 5 was buried.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  15   Anonymous 543 was healed in the church in which Swithhun 5 was buried.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  14   Anonymi 1506 went to Winchester from various regions of England and were healed through Swithhun 5's intercession.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  13   Having heard a report of Swithhun 5's miracles, Anonymous 541 went to Winchester. On the very same day he was cured in his foot. And without delay he returned home on foot.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  12   Anonymi 1505 went in a group from London to Winchester where they regained their eyesight through the merits of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  10   Æthelwold 1 ordered Anonymi 1494 to go to church whenever a miracle happened at Swithhun 5's tomb. However, Anonymi 1504 bore it ill that they were so frequently awakened from their night-time sleep and decided not to obey Æthelwold 1's command.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  9   When her illness became intolerable, Anonymous 537 promised to God and Swithhun 5 that if she was healed, she would go to his tomb with many gifts and would spend the night in vigils. She obtained the health of her body, but she did not observe her promises. After some time she and her husband (Anonymous 538) went to a wedding. When she arrived, she was suddenly seized by the same illness. Then, realizing that she had behaved inappropriately, she went to Swithhun 5's tomb, where she once again received the cure on the following night.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  8   When Anonymous 536 was taken to the bones of Swithhun 5, she placed a certain piece of cloth on the altar and she was straightway found worthy to receive the eyesight she had previously lost.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  7   Anonymous 535 asked his kinsmen and neighbours (Anonymi 1502) to take him to the tomb of Swithhun 5 as he hoped to be healed through the merits of the saint. But before Anonymous 535 had finished his sentence, he was cured, left his bed and took to the road on foot. He arrived safely at the remains of Swithhun 5, whereas Anonymi 1502 were still a long way behind.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  6   Anonymous 534 had been bound up in iron shackles by her master (Teothic 1). She prayed all night for the intercession of Swithhun 5 and at dawn her shackles fell from her feet. She ran to the tomb of Swithhun 5. Teothic 1 heard what had happened and moved by extreme anger went to the place. Through God's constraint he released the manacles and let Anonymous 534 go home unharmed.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  5   On the night when Anonymi 1500 entered the church where Swithhun 5 was buried, they were healed. Anonymous 532 was also cured. He signalled to the sacrist (Anonymous 533) to go outside the church so that he could talk to him. He told him that he had been healed and could now talk.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  5   Having heard that many people had been healed at Swithhun 5's tomb, Anonymi 1500 asked Anonymi 1501 to take them off the Isle of Wight to go to Winchester. When they had been set ashore on the mainland, and were wandering without a guide, they found a mute man (Anonymous 532) of about twenty years of age, who led them to Winchester.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  4   Anonymi 1499 were healed at Swithhun 5's tomb.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  3, pp. 284-6   The remains of Swithhun 5 were exhumed from his sepulchre at the command of Edgar 11 by Æthelwold 1, Ælfstan 58 and Æthelgar 8 as well as the monks of both monasteries (Anonymi 1494 and Anonymi 1498). The remains were placed with honour in the minster.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  3, pp. 280-6   When Anonymi 1497 came to take Anonymous 529 to the New Minster, he asked to be taken to the Old Minster instead. He spent three nights and days there in prayer and fasting. Then, Swithhun 5 appeared to him again and ordered him to urge a little blind woman (Anonymous 530), who was sleeping close to his tomb, to go home. Anonymous 529 saw a man of marvelous height held in his hand a golden rope, with which he lowered his folded tunic. It reached Swithhun 5's shrine and went into the tomb. Then, the entire area of the tomb trembled and Anonymous 529 was healed.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  3, p. 280   A man of radiant appearance (Swithhun 5), dressed in episcopal raiment, entered the abode where Anonymous 529 was lying. He told him he should not be taken to the New Minster (as Anonymi 1497 had suggested) but rather to the Old Minster, behind the tomb of one certain bishop. After spending the night there keeping awake in vigils, Anonymous 529 would be healed.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  3, pp. 274-6   Anonymous 529 went to check his mules which pastured near the bank of the river which flows by the wall of Winchester. He fell asleep and when he woke up he saw two naked dark witches who terrified him and ran after him. Then, he saw another taller woman of a shining white colour, who managed to hurt him on his right side with the blast created by the movement of her garment. He fell down and managed to get up as best as he could after a while.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  2, pp. 266-70   While he was sleeping at night, Æthelsige 19 had a dream of two angels who told him to go to the Old Minster and find a tomb of a particular bishop. He had to lie down between the small hut built to the size of the tomb and the stone cross placed there. Æthelsige 19 ran to Anonymous 528 and told him everything. The two angels came again at cockcrow and told Æthelsige 19 that the large knife that Anonymous 528 had lost had been put in a chest and the key under Anonymous 528's pillow.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  2   As Æthelsige 19 was lying next to Swithhun 5's tomb, the latter granted him a remedy for his illness.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  2, p. 266   As soon as he arrived at Winchester, Æthelsige 19 was taken in by Anonymous 528, with whom he remained for six months.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  2, p. 266   Sustaining his infirmity on two crutches, Æthelsige 19 came to Winchester on foot as quickly as he was able.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  1, p. 264   Anonymous 526 came across a tenant (Anonymous 527) of Eadsige 8. He requested that he relate to his lord all the things concerning Swithhun 5 which Anonymous 526 had seen in his visions.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  1   Anonymous 526 went to Swithhun 5's tomb and prayed that God might reveal to him such a man as could deliver Swithhun 5's message to Eadsige 8. As he was getting up Anonymous 526, sensing some relief to his illness, realised that his prayer had been heard. Anonymous 526 also seized one of the six rings fixed on the lid of Swithhun 5's tomb, asking God to prove whether he had really had three visions of Swithhun 5. The ring immediately came towards him out of the block of stone.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  1   Eadsige 8 was expelled from the Old Minster at Winchester together with others who lived in evil ways. Monks were introduced in their stead.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  Praef., 1   The relics of Swithhun 5 were divinely and miraculously revealed and they were appropriately housed within the walls of the Old Minster at Winchester.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  35   Anonymous 570 went to Winchester and reported to the bishop and the monks living there how he had obtained his health.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  36   Anonymous 572 gave in to the persuasions of his wife (Anonymous 573) and taking with him a young boy (Anonymous 574) as a guide, he went to Winchester to be healed through the intercession of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  36   Anonymous 572 told his accompanying guide (Anonymous 574) on the way to Winchester that he was already feeling better. Before they reached the city, Anonymous 572 obtained the cure of his eyesight through the intervention of Swithhun 5.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  37   Anonymous 575 went to Winchester in order to receive alms, propping himself up during the journey on two crutches.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  37   While he was entering the gate of the city of Winchester, Anonymous 575 met a young man (Pippin 4) from the Old Minster. After the latter had learned Anonymous 575's intentions, he persuaded him to go to the tomb of Swithhun 5. Anonymous 575 spent the night there. In the morning the sacrist (Anonymous 577) asked him if he was feeling better. The sick man stood up cured before Swithhun 5's tomb.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  38   While Anonymous 578 was taking the clothes of her lord (Anonymous 579) to the river to be washed, some thieves stole them. Anonymous 579 struck her several blows and bound her hands in iron manacles. As soon as she saw that he had left the house, she ran to the church where Swithhun 5 had been buried. Through his intervention the manacles fell from her hands to the ground.
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  39   A slave (Anonymous 580) was bound in shackles by his lord (Anonymous 581) for several days. One day he went to the tomb of Swithhun 5 and the shackles were miraculously released.
Status Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20 Anonymous 549 held status of Slave / Slave
Office Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  1, p. 260 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  10 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  10 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20 Eadwald 1 held office of Cleric
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  Ep. Anonymi 1494 Brother
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  1, p. 260 Anonymi 1494 Brother
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20 Eadsige 8 Custos
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  5 Anonymous 533 Custos
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  27 Anonymi 1518 Brother
Occupation Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  29 Anonymi 1520 Brother
Event ASC  963 AF(OE)G   In this same year [F(OE): Here] Æthelwold 1 acceded to the bishopric at Winchester
Event ASC  964 AF(OE and Lat.)G   Edgar 11 replaced [the priests/canons] (Anonymi 1547) by monks (Anonymi 1548).
Event ASC  964 AF(OE and Lat.)G   Edgar 11 replaced [the priests/canons] (Anonymi 1547) by monks (Anonymi 1548).
Event ASC  964 AF(OE and Lat.)G   He [sc. Edgar 11] made Æthelgar 8 abbot at New Minster, Ordberht 4 at Chertsey and Cyneweard 2 at Milton Abbas.
Office ASC  963 AG Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop at Winchester)
Office ASC  963 AG Anonymi 1547 held office of Priest
Office ASC  963 AG Anonymi 1547 held office of Priest
Office ASC  963 AG Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot (Abbot at New Minster)
Occupation ASC  963 AG Anonymi 1548 Monk
Occupation ASC  963 AG Anonymi 1548 Monk
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) Anonymi 1566 held office of Cleric
Event ASC (DEF)  964 E   Here the canons were expelled from the Old Minster.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Cenwulf 6] was afterwards bishop in Winchester. He stayed there [sc. at Medeshamstead] until he was appointed as bishop in Winchester.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   He [sc. Æthelwold 1] established there two abbacies, one of monks, the other of nuns, within Winchester.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   Here St Æthelwold 1 was chosen for the bishopric in Winchester by Edgar 11.
Event ASC (DEF)  963 E   [Æthelwold 1] drove the secular clergy (Anonymi 1566) from the bishopric because they would not keep the rule and he placed monks (Anonymi 1567) there.
Event ASC (DEF)  955 DF(OE)   He [sc. Eadred 16] [F(OE) has: His body] rested at the Old Minster [in Winchester].
Office ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 117) Cenwulf 6 held office of Bishop (Bishop in Winchester)
Occupation ASC (DEF)  963 E (p. 115) Anonymi 1567 Monk
Occupation ASC (DEF)  964 E Anonymi 1572 Canon
Event ASC (BC)  982 C   Æthelmær 13's body lay in the New Minster at Winchester.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 374   Æthelwold 1 restored the Old Minster, Winchester. He rebuilt it with lofty walls and new roofs, strengthening it on its southern and northern sides with solid side chapels and arches of various kinds.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 374   Ælfheah 44 beautified the monastery with a variety of adornments.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 376-80   Æthelwold 1 laid out, constructed, enriched, and then consecrated the Old Minster in the presence of Æthelred 32. Several bishops followed the king: Dunstan 1, Æthelwold 1, Ælfstan 39, Æthelgar 8, Ælfstan 38, Æscwig 3, Ælfheah 36, Æthelsige 13 and Æthulf 3. There were many other bishops as well, and nobles and ealdormen as well as the great majority of the English royal thegns (Anonymi 1599).
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 380   Æthelwold 1 laid a foundation from the eastern axis so that a chapel could be built.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 380   Ælfheah 44 succeeded Æthelwold 1 in the episcopacy.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 380-2   Ælfheah 44 added hidden crypts to the Old Minster church.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 382-6   Ælfheah 44 enlarged the organ of the Old Minster.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 386-8   Ælfheah 44 added a lofty tower to the Old Minster.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, pp. 390-6   The dedication of the Old Minster was carried out [Ælfheah 44] according to liturgical rite and celebrated with appropriate ceremony. Eight noble prelates consecrated the minster to the Lord.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.1, pp. 412-20   One night Swithhun 5 appeared to a smith (Anonymous 526) in a dream and addressed him with kindly words. Swithhun 5 asked Anonymous 526 if he knew a certain canon (Eadsige 8) who had been expelled from the Old Minster by King Edgar. Swithhun 5 then demanded that the smith (Anonymous 526) deliver a message to Eadsige 8. Anonymous 526 was to tell Eadsige 8 to go quickly to the town of Winchester and command the bishop, who at that time occupied the bishopric, to elevate Swithhun 5's body from its tomb and place it inside the holy church. The smith (Anonymous 526) replied that he thought Eadsige 8 would be unwilling to believe him. Swithhun 5 said that in order for Eadsige 8 to believe, he should visit Swithhun 5's tomb and pull up one ring of the six rings which the covering of the sepulchre holds fast. If the ring could be pulled away at once, then this was proof that Swithhun 5 had sent the smith (Anonymous 526) to speak to Eadsige 8.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.1, p. 412   Eadsige 8 was expelled from the Old Minster by Edgar 11 along with his colleagues who were wicked with a similar inclination.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.1, pp. 416-18   The smith (Anonymous 526) experienced such great pain in his entire body that he could not travel on foot nor by horseback. The smith (Anonymous 526) therefore went to Swithhun 5's tomb and beseeched the Lord to show him some man who would be willing to take the holy message of Swithhun 5 to the place where Eadsige 8 lived. After he had finished his prayer, he regained some strength and thus realised that the Lord had heard his prayer. In order to prove that Swithhun 5 had appeared to him three times in dreams, the smith (Anonymous 526) attempted to draw up one of the six rings as Swithhun 5 had predicted to him. Anonymous 526 was able to draw up the ring with only slight effort.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.1, pp. 418-20   When crossing the market-place the smith (Anonymous 526) met, by chance, a retainer (Anonymous 527) of Eadsige 8 who had come to Winchester on business. Anonymous 526 (the smith) enjoined Anonymous 527 (the tenant of Eadsige 8) to declare to Eadsige 8, his master, everything which he had heard and learned about Eadsige 8 in the dream.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.1, p. 420   Eadsige 8 sought the Old Minster, from which he had been expelled for his wantonness, and fulfilled his vow by taking up the righteous habit of Benedict.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 422   Æthelsige 19 took a quick route from Alderbury to Winchester and supported his great hump on crutches.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 422   As soon as he reached Winchester, Æthelsige 19 was taken in by a citizen who was a moneyer (Anonymous 528).
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, pp. 422-28   While Æthelsige 19 was staying at the house of the moneyer (Anonymous 528) he was visited in a dream by two angels. The angels told Æthelsige 19 that if he wanted to be cured of his illness, he had to rise at dawn, go to the Old Minster and seek the prominent tomb of a holy bishop upon which was found a mortuary-shrine made with walls and covered with a roof, with its four panels set in the manner of a sarcophagus. The angels told Æthelsige 19 that if he slept between this tomb and the holy cross of stone which was set up there he would find salvation. The two angels came again and told Æthelsige 19 that the large knife that Anonymous 528 had lost had been put in a chest and the key under Anonymous 528's pillow.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, pp. 428-34   Æthelsige 19 sought out the holy tomb in the Old Minster with his guide, Anonymous 528. Æthelsige 19 was overcome by a sudden onset of drowsiness and fell asleep. When he arose, he found that his muscles had been stretched by a sudden cure and every joint returned to its proper function.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, pp. 432-34   Swithhun 5 was translated into the apostles' church when he became renowned through countless signs and gleaming miracles.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.3, pp. 434-41   Anonymous 529 went to see his horses who were grazing by the water-course which flows by the walls of the city of Winchester. After he had fallen asleep, he set out on his journey back to home, but he suddenly saw two Furies who wore no clothing and were pitch-black with foul bodies. Anonymous 529 fled from the Furies but they pursued him. Suddenly a third emerged from behind the crest of a hill who was terrible in countenance and immense with a huge body and was unlike the earlier two in dress and countenance. Anonymous 529 was struck by a deadly blast of wind from this third woman's garment and fell to the ground, his right side suffering from a great affliction. He limped along until he arrived at the East Gate of Winchester which was dedicated in honour of St Michael.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.3, pp. 440-42   Anonymous 529 could take no rest due to the anguish which his great pain inflicted upon him. During the night a certain man resplendent in a snowy-white garment (Swithhun 5) came and visited Anonymous 529. Swithhun 5 was leaning on a staff which shone with jewels and gold and he drew near to where the tormented body of Anonymous 529 lay and spoke to him. Swithhun 5 told Anonymous 529 that if he wished to be cured, he should not allow himself to be carried into the New Minster but should instead be taken to the well-known cross which stood gleaming at the Old Minster, at the tomb of a venerable bishop. Swithhun 5 told Anonymous 529 that he was to keep constant vigil there during the night and be urgent in prayer and then, through Christ's favour, he would receive his former health.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.3, pp. 442-48   When Anonymous 529's kinsmen (Anonymi 1497) approached him to take him to the New Minster, Anonymous 529 said that instead, he wanted to be taken to the Old Minster. Anonymous 529 kept vigil there for three days and three nights. Swithhun 5 appeared to Anonymous 529 with the same attire in which he was previously resplendent, when he had appeared to Anonymous 529 in a vision. Swithhun 5 asked Anonymous 529 to remove a blind woman (Anonymous 530) who lay sleeping at his tomb. When this had been done, Anonymous 529 merited to be aided by heavenly mercy. Anonymous 529 looked upwards and saw a man standing, gleaming, upon the summit of the tower in the western part of the church. The man held a golden rope in his hands, by means of which he lowered his bright tunic. The tunic entered the tomb of Swithhun 5 and no-one saw it again. Anonymous 529 was overcome with sudden sleep; as he snatched some rest, the entire tomb shook and, in his vision, someone came to the sick man and, pulling on one side, tugged his weak leg and so restored his limbs to their proper musculature.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, pp. 448-54   Æthelwold 1 went to visit Edgar 11 to gain his permission for the translation so that it might be more openly celebrated and declared in more solemn fashion to the English people. Edgar 11 was well-disposed towards Æthelwold 1 and told him to return quickly and hasten to translate Swithhun 5. On Sunday, 9 July 971, Æthelwold 1 administered mass to the people. At the end he called together all the people there (Anonymi 1613) and requested that they observe a three-day fast for God so that they could be found worthy to translate Swithhun 5 from his tomb into the church. The entire populace agreed and wished to follow the precepts of Æthelwold 1, their teacher. The fourth day of the week (Wednesday) came to be the first on which the fast was decreed for the devout populace. On the third day (Friday 14 July) the fast was broken and all rejoiced in the Lord for the coming of the solemnities of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 454   Anonymous 593 went to the tomb of Swithhun 5. The saint heard her prayers and restored her sight.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, pp. 454-60   After the blind woman (Anonymous 593) had been cured at the tomb of Swithhun 5, Æthelwold 1 gave orders for the shrine to be lifted. The shrine was removed and then tents were put up so that people would not rush upon the saint and so that the enclosure was only accessible to a few attendants. After the completion of Vespers, the first procession of monks began, in chants, to praise Swithhun 5. In the night, many of the faithful prepared twinkling lamps and went to see the saint. On Saturday 15 July Æthelwold 1 was present along with Ælfstan 38 (Abbot of the Old Minster) and with Æthelgar 8 (Abbot of the New Minster) and they were all dressed in holy vestments and accompanied by the communities from both the Old and New Minsters. Both communities advanced bearing candles and burning Sabaean incense. Æthelwold 1 chanted and everyone echoed his words. After the crowd had been removed from around the body of Swithhun 5, a few people entered the tents which enclosed the holy tomb. While all present were chanting the psalms in order, the first to excavate the earth was Æthelwold 1. When the mass of the lid had been removed with three poles, the tomb was laid open and they at once found the treasure whose discovery had been predicted to the smith (Anonymous 526). When the body was brought forth into the light, a wonderful odour filled the entire town. With apprehension they touched the precious body, washed it and wrapped it in a clean shroud and enclosed it in a new shrine and placed it on a feretory. When the body had been translated, Æthelwold 1 began a hymn. After this the doors were opened and the entire host entered and Æthelwold 1 celebrated mass at the saint's head. All the bells were ringing and the noise of the bells and the voices of men resounded together.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, pp. 454-60   After the blind woman (Anonymous 593) had been cured at the tomb of Swithhun 5, Æthelwold 1 gave orders for the shrine to be lifted. The shrine was removed and then tents were put up so that people would not rush upon the saint and so that the enclosure was only accessible to a few attendants. After the completion of Vespers, the first procession of monks began, in chants, to praise Swithhun 5. In the night, many of the faithful prepared twinkling lamps and went to see the saint. On Saturday 15 July Æthelwold 1 was present along with Ælfstan 38 (Abbot of the Old Minster) and with Æthelgar 8 (Abbot of the New Minster) and they were all dressed in holy vestments and accompanied by the communities from both the Old and New Minsters. Both communities advanced bearing candles and burning Sabaean incense. Æthelwold 1 chanted and everyone echoed his words. After the crowd had been removed from around the body of Swithhun 5, a few people entered the tents which enclosed the holy tomb. While all present were chanting the psalms in order, the first to excavate the earth was Æthelwold 1. When the mass of the lid had been removed with three poles, the tomb was laid open and they at once found the treasure whose discovery had been predicted to the smith (Anonymous 526). When the body was brought forth into the light, a wonderful odour filled the entire town. With apprehension they touched the precious body, washed it and wrapped it in a clean shroud and enclosed it in a new shrine and placed it on a feretory. When the body had been translated, Æthelwold 1 began a hymn. After this the doors were opened and the entire host entered and Æthelwold 1 celebrated mass at the saint's head. All the bells were ringing and the noise of the bells and the voices of men resounded together.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.6, p. 462   A woman (Anonymous 595) brought her son to the tomb of Swithhun 5. The fingers of the son (Anonymous 594) were twisted back across his palm on each hand. Having faith, Anonymous 595 cast Anonymous 594 upon the tomb from which Swithhun 5 had been translated. She (Anonymous 595) continued in prayer when suddenly her son (Anonymous 594) jumped up and demonstrated that he had been cured by snatching cherries from the hands of his mother (Anonymous 595).
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.7, pp. 462-4   After the relics of Swithhun 5 had been translated Anonymi 1499 received a cure at his tomb.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.8, pp. 466-8   After Anonymi 1500 heard rumour of the miracles being worked through Swithhun 5, they decided to journey to Winchester. They asked their neighbours to put them across the sea. After they got there the women were alone and without a guide. However, in a short while they found a dumb youth (Anonymous 532) of about twenty years of age who agreed to lead them to Winchester.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.8, pp. 466-8   When the blind women (Anonymi 1500) entered the church at night they were healed. The dumb youth (Anonymous 532) was also healed; the youth summoned the sacrist (Anonymous 533) outside and told him all about the miracle that had taken place.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.9, p. 468   Teothic 1 had bound his slave-girl (Anonymous 534) for some slight offence and she was to be tormented on the following day. During the night she beseeched God with tears that Swithhun 5 might help her. When dawn broke and the time for her torture had arrived, she redoubled her tearful groanings when suddenly the chains of her shackles fell from her feet. She ran to the tomb of Swithhun 5. Teothic 1 pursued her and caught up with her but did not dare harm her because he was afraid of God and Swithhun 5. Therefore he loosened the manacles and allowed Anonymous 534 to go home.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.10, pp. 468-70   He (Anonymous 535) believed he would be cured if he could rest before the tomb of Swithhun 5. He summoned his kinsmen (Anonymi 1501) and begged them to place him on a litter and take him to Swithhun 5. Before the sick man (Anonymous 535) could even finish his speech he regained his strength and jumped up from the bed. He raced to the tomb of Swithhun 5 at such a pace that his kinsmen could hardly follow him on horseback.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.11, p. 470   For three years she (Anonymous 536) did not see anything. She vowed that she would take gifts to Swithhun 5 if he would restore her vision. She went to Winchester, sought out the body of Swithhun 5 and, as soon as she had placed a vestment upon the blessed altar, she at once received her sight.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.12, pp. 470-4   Anonymous 537 had a serious illness. As she was about to die, she made a vow to God and to Swithhun 5 that if she should receive any relief from him, she would immediately bring gifts of vast treasure and keep vigil for one night at his holy tomb; she immediately obtained her health. However, she did not fulfill her vows. Thus, while she was attending a wedding with her husband (Anonymous 538), she suddenly fell ill again. She once more beseeched Swithhun 5 to help her and she asked her attendants (Anonymi 1620) to quickly carry her to the town of Winchester. She gave prayers during the night and on the following night she received the cure which she had previously lost.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.13, pp. 474-8   Æthelwold 1 commanded that, when any infirm person was divinely restored to health through Swithhun 5's medication, the monks should abandon every worldly activity and together go to the church and render a hymn to God. The monks (Anonymi 1621) began to think that it was an excessive hardship that their night-time rest should be taken from them and thus they disobeyed the orders of Æthelwold 1.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.13, pp. 476-8   Swithhun 5 was aggrieved that Anonymi 1621 had ignored the commands of Æthelwold 1. Swithhun 5 therefore appeared in a dream to Anonymous 603 and told her to command Æthelwold 1 to order his monks (Anonymi 1621) not to cease praising the Lord every time a sick person was healed at the tomb of Swithhun 5. When Anonymous 603 awoke, she summoned Æthelwold 1 and told him everything she had seen in her dream.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.14, p. 480   Anonymous 540 heard report of the miracles worked at the tomb of Swithhun 5 and immediately he was carried by bearers over sixty miles from London to Winchester. He reached Swithhun 5 and devoted himself to prayers. During the night Anonymous 540 was healed.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.15, p. 480   A group of sixteen blind people (Anonymi 1505) came from London to Winchester. Of these, fifteen were cured on the first day and the sixteenth was cured on the second day.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.16, pp. 480-2   Anonymous 541 heard report of Swithhun 5's miracles and hastened to Winchester to seek out the saint with prayers. Anonymous 541 had scarcely addressed Swithhun 5 when, before Swithhun 5's tomb, his other foot was healed.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.17, p. 482   Anonymi 1506 sought out Swithhun 5 and straightway were all restored to health in the space of one day.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.18, p. 482   When he was five years old Anonymous 606 suddenly lost his vision. He was blind for another five years and then his mother (Anonymous 608) took him to Swithhun 5's tomb and spent a night there in vigil. When day was dawning the boy (Anonymous 606) was able to see again.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.19, pp. 484-6   After having been in Rome for five years, Anonymous 545 heard rumour of the miracles of Swithhun 5, through whom the Lord granted bounties to countless invalids. Anonymous 545 immediately left Rome and went straight to visit the tomb of Swithhun 5, even before he visited the region where he had been born. On the very night that he arrived there, Anonymous 545 received, through the intercession of Swithhun 5, the sight which he had lost long ago.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.20, p. 486   Anonymous 610 was deprived of his sight and was maimed in his whole body. He was taken by his kinsmen (Anonymi 1625) from Rochester to the tomb of Swithhun 5 in Winchester where, after three days of praying, he was restored to health.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.22, pp. 488-90   Anonymi 1509 had heard of the favours of God which were accomplished through Swithhun 5 in Winchester. Therefore, they left their homes and hastened to see Swithhun 5. When they were in the presence of Swithhun 5, they begged the Lord to grant them his accustomed aid and immediately they were cured. They returned home and gave thanks to the Lord.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.1, p. 494   After the shrine of Swithhun 5 had entered the western gate of Winchester, Anonymous 613 approached those who were accompanying the shrine and sought the saint's assistance with her tears. Straightway she was made happy through heavenly light. Those present then raised their voices to the sky and proclaimed to the Lord.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.1, pp. 492-6   Edgar 11 dispatched Anonymi 1629 with the new shrine and ordered them into the service of Swithhun 5. Anonymi 1632 were to join the celebration by proceeding barefoot over three miles. Anonymi 1632 did indeed proceed barefoot and when they saw Anonymi 1629 they rejoiced at meeting them. When Anonymi 1632 spied the distinguished shrine they fell to the ground and worshipped Swithhun 5; then, they followed the feretory and returned to the town. Anonymi 1631 could be heard singing and clapping. Anonymi 1629 and Anonymi 1632 arrived together through the western gate of Winchester and immediately Anonymous 613 approached the crowd of people. After Anonymous 613 had been cured, Swithhun 5 was carried into the holy church in celebration and Æthelwold 1 placed the shrine upon the altar. Then, the entire day was spent in songs and praise and Anonymi 1629 returned to the service of Edgar 11.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.1, pp. 492-6   Edgar 11 dispatched Anonymi 1629 with the new shrine and ordered them into the service of Swithhun 5. Anonymi 1632 were to join the celebration by proceeding barefoot over three miles. Anonymi 1632 did indeed proceed barefoot and when they saw Anonymi 1629 they rejoiced at meeting them. When Anonymi 1632 spied the distinguished shrine they fell to the ground and worshipped Swithhun 5; then, they followed the feretory and returned to the town. Anonymi 1631 could be heard singing and clapping. Anonymi 1629 and Anonymi 1632 arrived together through the western gate of Winchester and immediately Anonymous 613 approached the crowd of people. After Anonymous 613 had been cured, Swithhun 5 was carried into the holy church in celebration and Æthelwold 1 placed the shrine upon the altar. Then, the entire day was spent in songs and praise and Anonymi 1629 returned to the service of Edgar 11.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.2, p. 496   Anonymous 616 (a robber) stole Anonymous 549 (a slave-girl) from Anonymous 614 (a 'ceorl') and took Anonymous 549 to Winchester as a slave in his power and sold her very quickly to Anonymous 617 (a native citizen of Winchester).
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.2, pp. 496-502   Anonymous 549 was caught conversing with her old master. A deputy (Anonymous 618) fetched Anonymous 549, and her new mistress (Anonymous 650) tied her feet up in an enormous shackle so that she could not again go to her former owner. When dawn had broken Anonymous 650 set out to perform normal business and Anonymous 549 went to the doorway with her shackles and beseeched the Lord in a prayer to free her from her detestable chains. Immediately she sees a priest approach her, radiant with snowy-white hair and shining in resplendent vestments. He seized her by the right hand and grasped her arm as far as the elbow and in a split-second transported her to Swithhun 5's tomb in the midst of a countless throng (Anonymi 1633) which was present everywhere. He placed her (Anonymous 549), with her feet still bound by a double shackle, within the church's innermost shrine, which was closed by lock and key, and next to the altar where the body of Swithhun 5 lay. It was a miracle that out of so great a multitude no-one had been able to observe these things until she stood within the sanctuary. Anonymous 549's mistress (Anonymous 650) found out about this and followed Anonymous 549 so that she could witness the miracle. Eadsige 8 possessed the key to the shrine and questioned Anonymous 549 as to how she had got there. Anonymous 549 at first said that Eadwald 2 had placed her there but the cleric denied this. Then, in front of the whole crowd (Anonymi 1634), it transpired that it had been the merits of Swithhun 5 that had caused her to be transported invisibly to the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.3, p. 502   One of two women (Anonymi 1635) saw nothing and the other had been mute from birth. Their one desire was to see Swithhun 5 and the mute guided the blind woman along many roads so that they could pray to Swithhun 5. When they arrived, they poured out their prayers and immediately they were cured by the merits of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.4, p. 502   Anonymi 1511 assembled at the tomb of Swithhun 5 and were healed of their various ailment within the space of three days.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.5, p. 504   Anonymi 1637 came before the tomb of Swithhun 5. After a fortnight they regained their health.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.6, pp. 504-06   No-one could put a number on the miracles which took place every hour of the day through heavenly intercession at Swithhun 5's tomb. Even when the monks (Anonymi 1607) were eating, there were often fifteen or sixteen people cured at once; without delay the monks would abandon their food and chant a hymn to the Lord in harmonious voices. Often too, while the young oblates (Wulfstan 37 includes himself as one of these) were together in class, they were not able to learn anything in a day because of the abundance of miracles.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.7, p. 506   Anonymous 619 murdered his kinsman (Anonymous 620). The bishop of the town (Anonymous 621) ordered that an iron band be bound tightly around the guilty man's entire stomach and that his limbs undergo a similar torture. Anonymous 619 suffered this torture for nine years after which time he heard rumour of the miracles performed through the intercession of Swithhun 5. Anonymous 619 therefore crossed the sea and sought Winchester; he prostrated himself before Swithhun 5 and suddenly the iron bands snapped off. The bands were then hung up in the minster as proof of the miracle.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.8, pp. 510-14   Flodoald 1 and his brother (Anonymous 557) could not bear to see Anonymous 556 suffer capital punishment and beseeched Swithhun 5 to intercede. On the third day after Anonymous 556 had had to carry the hot iron he is forced to attend the tribunal of Eadric 26 once more so that it may be decided whether he was guilty or not. Anonymous 556 held out his hand and the seal was broken so that the palm could be inspected. All were amazed that Anonymous 556 was innocent. Eadric 26 fell silent and blushed shamefacedly.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.9, pp. 516-18   Although innocent, Anonymous 10013 was apprehended for theft. He was then blinded in each eye and his nose, ears and hands were cut off; he was only left with his two feet. His kinsmen (Anonymi 1640) led him home and a woman (Anonymous 625) took pity on Anonymous 10013 and put his eye-ball back into its socket. In the meanwhile, rumour had made the miracles of Swithhun 5 well-known and Anonymi 1640 urged Anonymous 10013 to go to Winchester and seek the help of Swithhun 5. Anonymous 10013 did this and went to Winchester. Scarcely had Anonymous 10013 asked Swithhun 5 for the gift of his hearing that, not only was his hearing restored, but also his eyesight.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.11, p. 526   Byrhtferth 1 learned of the miracles of Swithhun 5 and, together with a guide (Anonymous 629), went barefooted to Winchester and spent a night in prayer at the tomb of Swithhun 5. When the day dawned, Byrhtferth 1 had been cured.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.12, pp. 528-30   Rumour had informed Anonymous 630 of the miracles that had been performed by Swithhun 5 and, with Anonymous 631 as his guide, Anonymous 630 hastened to the saint so that he could receive a cure. Three miles from Winchester, at a place called the 'King's Stone', Anonymous 630 grew very weary and took a rest. Anonymous 631 begged Anonymous 630 to break their fast because he was so hungry but Anonymous 630 would not relent. Anonymous 630 begged the Lord that, through the merits of Swithhun 5, he might be granted the gift of sight so that he could see Winchester and so that it might not be a sin to have broken his fast before the hour of noon had arrived. Scarcely had he said these things when his sight was returned to him.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.13, p. 530   Anonymous 563 was taken on a soft litter by his friends (Anonymi 1644) to the shrine of Swithhun 5. After having poured out his prayers, he went away cured.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.16, pp. 534-6   The kinsfolk (Anonymi 1647) of Anonymous 568 sent her from France to England. Eight months after she had first been struck by the pain, she was brought to Winchester and fell prostrate in prayers to Swithhun 5; she was immediately cured.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.18, pp. 542-4   After hearing the vision of Anonymous 570, Anonymous 571 (the wife of Anonymous 570) advised her husband to summon his servants (Anonymi 1648) so that he could be taken to the holy church and could ask for the intercession of Swithhun 5. Anonymous 570 did this and, as soon as he had begged for a cure, he felt the presence of a sudden remedy. Anonymous 570 got up and was then able to return home and use his own feet. A short time after Anonymous 570 had been cured, he took a few men in a boat to Winchester and reported everything that had happened to Æthelwold 1.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.19, p. 546   At length, having taken the advice of his wife (Anonymous 643), Anonymous 642 hastened to Winchester and prayed for the intercession of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.19, p. 546   Anonymous 642 was led by his guide (Anonymous 644) to Winchester. On the way Anonymous 644 urged Anonymous 642 to beseech God with a clean conscience. Anonymous 642 did just that and received the gift of his former vision before he was even able to reach the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.19, p. 546   Anonymous 642 was led by his guide (Anonymous 644) to Winchester. On the way Anonymous 644 urged Anonymous 642 to beseech God with a clean conscience. Anonymous 642 did just that and received the gift of his former vision before he was even able to reach the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.19, p. 546   Anonymous 642 was led by his guide (Anonymous 644) to Winchester. On the way Anonymous 644 urged Anonymous 642 to beseech God with a clean conscience. Anonymous 642 did just that and received the gift of his former vision before he was even able to reach the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.19, p. 546   Anonymous 642 was led by his guide (Anonymous 644) to Winchester. On the way Anonymous 644 urged Anonymous 642 to beseech God with a clean conscience. Anonymous 642 did just that and received the gift of his former vision before he was even able to reach the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.20, pp. 546-8   As Anonymous 575 was approaching Winchester, he met Pippin 4 who asked him where he was going. Anonymous 575 replied simply that he was going wherever he could find food; Pippin 4 urged him to go to the tomb of Swithhun 5 for the sake of twofold sustenance. But Anonymous 575 did not know the way to the church, so Pippin 4 led him there. After having spent only a single night in prayer there Anonymous 575 was found worthy to receive his cure at daybreak.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.21, p. 548   Anonymous 578 had been bound up in manacles by her master (Anonymous 579) and punished cruelly. When Anonymous 579 set off on some business, Anonymous 578 fled and hastened to the tomb of Swithhun 5. She had scarcely addressed the saint when suddenly, in front of the tomb, both the manacles fell to the ground. The manacles were hung in the church as proof that the miracle had taken place.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.22, pp. 548-50   Anonymous 580 was kept in fetters by his master (Anonymous 581) because of a peccadillo. One day Anonymous 580 found an opportunity to go to Swithhun 5 and, on bended knee, he begged for help. All of a sudden, the bolt sprang from the fetter and fell in front of the tomb of Swithhun 5.
Status Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.3 cap., p. 434 Anonymous 529 held status of Citizen / Citizen
Status Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.9, p. 468 Anonymous 534 held status of Slave / Slave
Status Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.20, p. 546 Pippin 4 held status of Oblate / Oblate
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 372 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 380 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 1, p. 396 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.6, p. 462 Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.2, p. 498 Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, p. 450 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, p. 450 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, p. 452 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, p. 454 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 454 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 454 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 460 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 456 Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot (Abbot of the New Minster)
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 456 Ælfstan 38 held office of Abbot (Abbot of Old Minster)
Office Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.2, p. 500 Eadwald 2 held office of Cleric
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.4, p. 454 Æthelwold 1 Teacher
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  Ep. 2, p. 398 Anonymi 1607 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 432 Anonymi 1607 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.3, p. 448 Anonymi 1607 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.5, p. 456 Anonymi 1607 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 422 Anonymous 528 Moneyer
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 424 Anonymous 528 Moneyer
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.2, p. 426 Anonymous 528 Craftsman
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.8, p. 466 Anonymous 533 Custos
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.9, p. 468 Teothic 1 Bell-founder
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.13, p. 474 Anonymi 1621 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.13, p. 476 Anonymi 1621 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  ii.8, p. 508 Flodoald 1 Merchant
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  2   Eadsige 8 was expelled from the Old Minster. Afterwards he was living at Winchcombe.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  5   Æthelwold 1 had Eadsige 8 and the other secular canons (Anonymi 1651) expelled from the Old Minster, Winchester. He replaced them with monks (Anonymi 1650)
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  5   Anonymous 652 went to Winchester for the sake of some necessary shopping. Anonymous 651 met him and told him about the vision of Swithhun 5 he had had and asked him to report it to his master (Eadsige 8).
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  7   Anonymous 653 heard in a dream that he should go to Winchester to regain his health through the merit of Swithhun 5. He went to Winchester on two crutches. He remained there for some time and after an angelic vision he proceeded to the tomb of Swithhun 5, where he was healed.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  8   Anonymi 1652 led Anonymous 529 to the tomb of Swithhun 5. They passed the night in vigil. Anonymous 529 was overcome by sleep at dawn. It appeared to him as if some people came up to him and took one shoe from his foot. He was cured and returned home immediately with Anonymi 1652.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  9   Anonymi 1653 were cured at the tomb of Swithhun 5 before his bones were exhumed.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  9   Æthelwold 1 with other bishops and abbots (Anonymi 1654) and many monks (Anonymi 1650) raised, at the command of Edgar 11, the holy remains of Swithhun 5 and relocated them with great veneration in the church of the apostles Peter and Paul.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  10   Four sick people (Anonymi 1499) obtained their health at Swithhun 5's new tomb within an interval of three days.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  10   The author of the Epitome (Ælfric 94) saw more than two hundred people cured in ten days through Swithhun 5's merit.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  11   Twenty-six people (Anonymi 1511) came to Winchester in one day to be healed. They were all cured in the space of three days through Swithhun 5's intercession.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  12   One hundred and twenty-four sick people (Anonymi 1512) came to the saint (Swithhun 5) from various provinces of the Anglo-Saxons. They were all cured within the space of two weeks.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  13   Anonymous 558 had his eyes put out because of robberies he had committed. But because he had been blinded guiltlessly, he came to the tomb of Swithhun 5 and his eyes were restored to sight.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni      Æthelwold 1 had commanded the monks of the Old Minster that on every occasion when some sick person regained his health through Swithhun 5's intercession, all of them had to go to the church and glorify God. Certain monks (Anonymi 1504) bore it ill that they were being awakened during the night and they began to abandon that which had been enjoined by their bishop.
Event Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  14   Swithhun 5 appeared in a dream to Anonymous 656 and told him to go to the Old Minster and tell Anonymi 1504 that their behaviour displeased God. Anonymous 656 went quickly to Æthelwold 1 and retailed all the things he had heard. Æthelwold 1 commanded the monks with a mighty threat that at all healings they would go to the church as soon as the sign had been given and would sing prayers of thanksgiving.
Office Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  5 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  5 Anonymi 1651 held office of Canon
Occupation Ælfric.EpitomSwithuni  14 Anonymi 1504 Brother
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.7   Germann 4 was a young man from Winchester
Event Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.14   Ælfwald 42 went to the city of Winchester; leaving his shoes at his lodging, he set out to meet Æthelwold 1. The latter, hearing of his arrival, ordered all his clergy (Anonymi 1690) to go out and meet him. They set off carrying gospelbooks, holy water, the cross, incense, a thurible and candles. When prayers had been offered, Æthelwold 1 ordered Ælfwald 42 to put his shoes on. They passed the rest of the day rejoicing.
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iii.11 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  iv.3 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi    Anonymi 1690 held office of Cleric
Office Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  v.21 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop
Possession Byrhtferth.VitOswaldi  ii.1 Oswald 8 a monastery
Event S1277      Tunberht 4, bishop, to the refectory of his brethren (at Winchester 1); grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Nursling, Hants
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  1   Anonymous 690 and Anonymous 679 lived at Winchester. Every day their strength in good works increased.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10   Eadred 16 was a friend and champion of the Old Minster at Winchester for which he ordered some ornaments to be manufactured: a great gold cross, a gold altar and other things.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16, 18   Æthelwold 1 expelled from the Old Minster the blasphemous canons and replaced them with monks from Abingdon. Wulfstan 16 was sent by the king to help Æthelwold 1 in this matter. He ordered the canons to choose one of two courses: either to give place to the monks or to take the habit of monastic order.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  17   Anonymi 1723 were standing at the entrance of the church. They heard the Anonymi 1722 sing a psalm at the end of mass, which they interpreted as an order given to God to them. Osgar 1 exhorted them to go in and follow the way of justice.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  19   While Æthelwold 1 was dining with guests, Anonymi 1723 managed to give him poison to drink. The poison crept through all his limbs, threatening immediate death. But his faith overcame all the deadly draught he had taken.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  20   With the permission of Edgar 11, Æthelwold 1 expelled the canons from New Minster
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  22   Æthelwold 1 established flocks of nuns in the third monastery of Winchester. Æthelthryth 7 was made abbess there.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  34   Æthelwold 1 decided to renovate the Old Minster and ordered the brethren to take part in the work. A monk (Goda 11) fell from the topmost roof of the church while he was helping in the work. When he reached the ground, he at once got up uninjured and stood there.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  40   The church of the Old Minster at Winchester received a solemn dedication form nine bishops, among whom were Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  41   A countless multitude flocked to Æthelwold 1's funeral. The procession went from Beddington to Winchester, where the whole city with one accord met the body. His body was led to the church of St Peter and St Paul's. He was buried in the crypt to the south of the holy altar.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  42   Ælfhelm 16 went to Winchester, entered the church of the Old Minster, fetched Wulfstan 37 and asked him to act following the message Æthelwold 1 had given him in his vision. Wulfstan 37 took Ælfhelm 16 to the burial chamber, where the latter spent the whole night praying. In the morning his sight had been restored.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  43   At a great gathering of monks and minor clergy Ælfheah 44 translated the remains of Æthelwold 1.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  44   Anonymous 696 took her daughter (Anonymous 695) to the tomb of Æthelwold 1, where she slept awhile. When she awoke, she stood up cured and went home with her mother.
Event Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  45   Anonymous 697 was taken by his mother (Anonymous 698) to Æthelwold 1's tomb, where his blindness departed.
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  8 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  16 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  2 Æthelthryth 7 held office of Abbess
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  11 Ordberht 3 held office of Cleric
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Eadsige 8 held office of Canon
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Wulfsige 24 held office of Canon
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Wilstan 1 held office of Priest
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  20 Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot
Occupation Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  42 Wulfstan 37 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Eadsige 8 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Wulfsige 24 Monk
Occupation Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  18 Wilstan 1 Monk
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.24   Cnut 3s body was buried.
Transaction S1443      Bishop Denewulf 1 and the communtity of Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of the Wind-church and the stone dormitory and a portion of land lying south of the church for the foundation of a monastery for the salvation of the king's soul and of that of his father King Alfred 8
Office S383    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S378    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S377    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S376    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office S376    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop
Office S375    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop
Office S372    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Event S370      King Edward 2 founds Winchester, New Minster 1, and grants 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, 9 at Stratton, 3.5 at Burcot, 8.5 at Popham, 10 at Woodmancott, 10 at Candover, 10 at Cranbourne, 4 at Drayton in Barton Stacey, 3 at Swarraton, 6 at Northington, 3 at Norton near Selborne, 1.5 at Slackstead and Tachbury in Copythorne, and 15 at Abbotts Ann, Hants; 50 at Collingbourne, 40 at Chisledon, Wilts.; and land at Durley, Hants.
Event S385      King Edward 2, Winchester, St Peter's, Winchester, St Paul's, to Bishop Denewulf 1; lease, for three lives, of 20 hides at Tichborne, Hants., with an annual food-render and reversion to the church of Winchester; on his death, Denewulf 1 was to pass the lease to a friend of his choosing provided that he was commemorated at Winchester and the food render was still paid, if it was not then Winchester 1 was to repossess the estate
Event S359      King Edward 2 to the familia of Winchester 1 Cathedral; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Stoke by Hurstbourne, Hants., in exchange for land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.
Transaction S1443      Bishop Denewulf 1 and the communtity of Winchester 1, to King Edward 2; grant of the Wind-church and the stone dormitory and a portion of land lying south of the church for the foundation of a monastery for the salvation of the king's soul and of that of his father King Alfred 8
Transaction S1443      The Anonymi 3001 (West Saxon witan) to King Edward 2; grant of land to the south of St Gregory's 1, Winchester
Transaction S375      Cenwald 4 granted privileges to Winchester 1
Office John XII.Ep.Z212    Anonymi 1817 held office of Canon
Event John XII.Ep.Z212      John 24 wrote to Edgar 11 granting permission for the ejection of secular canons from the Old Minster, Winchester.
Event S425      King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfwald 16, minister; grant of 12 hides (cassatae) at Derantune. (probably Durrington, Sussex)
Office S421    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S429    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S430    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S431    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S436    Alfrith 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S438    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S439    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S440    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S441    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S443    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S443    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S444    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop
Office S445    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S447    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S448    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S1209    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop
Transaction S425      King Æthelstan 18 to Ælfwald 16, minister; grant of 12 hides (cassatae) at Derantune. (probably Durrington, Sussex)
Transaction S488      King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2; grant of a messuage (haga) in Winchester
Transaction S463      King Eadred 16 to Æthelgeard 2, thegn, of a mill and messuage (haga) at Winchester
Office S1209    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S512    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S510    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S507    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S506    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S503    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S500    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S499    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S498    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S497    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S495    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S494    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S492    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S491    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S489    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S488    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S487    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S486    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S485    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S483    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S482    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S481    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S480    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S478    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S477    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Rægenbald.Coloph  p. 36 no. 9 Rægenbald 1 held office of Priest (Priest [of Winchester])
Status Godeman.Coloph  2 Æthelwold 1 held status of Patronus / Patronus
Event ASC (A)  984 AG   Ælfheah 44 sat on the episcopal throne on the Day of the two apostles, Simon and Jude [= 28 October], at Winchester.
Office ASC (A)  993 A Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop at Winchester)
Office S476    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S475    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S471    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S470    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S469    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S468    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S467    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S465    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S464    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S463    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S461    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S460    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S558    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S552    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S546    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S545    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S543    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S542    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S537    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop Winchester)
Office S536    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S533    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S532    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S531    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S529    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S527    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S525    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of church of Winchester)
Office S523    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S522a    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S521    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S519    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S517b    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S517a    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S517    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S565    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S567    Ælfsige 30 held office of Pontifex (pontifex of Winchester cathedral)
Office Cyneheard.Ep.T114    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S626    Daniel 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S660    Beorhthelm 21 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S652    Beorhthelm 21 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S624    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S622    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S605    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S604    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S603    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S595    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S582    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   [Swein 1] went from there [sc. Winchester] eastwards to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   They [sc. the dwellers in the burh at Winchester (Anonymi 2275)] did the same [sc. gave hostages (Anonymi 2276) to Swein 1].
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE)   They [sc. the dwellers in the burh at Winchester (Anonymi 2275)] did likewise [sc. submit to Swein 1].
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   From there [sc. Oxford] [Swein 1] went to Winchester.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Edmund 24 passed away on St Andrew's Day [= 30 November].
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE) Anonymi 2274 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 F(Lat.) Anonymi 2274 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 CDE Anonymi 2275 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE) Anonymi 2276 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 F(Lat.) Anonymi 2276 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Office ASC (C-F)  984 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office ASC (C-F)  988 F(OE and Lat.) Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot (Abbot in the New Minster)
Office ASC (C-F)  1006 CDEF(Lat.) Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Event ASC (C-F)  1032 EF(OE and Lat.)   Ælfwine 45 acceded to [the bishopric of Winchester].
Event ASC (C-F)  1035 CD   He [sc. Cnut 3's body] was carried [C: from there (sc. Shaftesbury)] to Winchester.
Event ASC (C-F)  1035 CD, 1036 EF(OE and Lat.)   He [sc. Cnut 3] was buried [CD: there; EF(OE and Lat.): at Winchester in the Old Minster].
Event ASC (C-F)  1035 CD   Emma 2 stayed [in Winchester]. She continued to reside there as long as she was able.
Event ASC (C-F)  1036 E   It was decided that Emma 2 should stay in Winchester with the housecarls of her son (Anonymi 2365) and keep all the West Saxons for him [sc. Harold 5] under control.
Event ASC (C-F)  1036 CD   Here Alfred 54 came here [sc. to England] and wished to go to his mother [sc. Emma 2] who was resident in Winchester.
Event ASC (C-F)  1041 EF(OE and Lat.)   He [sc. Harthacnut 1] was buried at Winchester in the Old Minster [E adds: with Cnut 3].
Event ASC (C-F)  1041 F(OE and Lat.)   His mother [sc. Emma 2] gave the head of St Valentine the martyr [F(OE): to the New Minster; F(Lat.): to the same church (sc. the Old Minster)] for his [sc. Harthacnut 1's] soul.
Office ASC (C-F)  1032 EF(OE and Lat.) Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (Bishop in Winchester)
Office ASC (C-F)  1032 EF(OE and Lat.) Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (Bishop in Winchester)
Event S294b      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; grant of privileges, with particular mention of lands belonging to the church of Malmesbury at Ellendune (Wroughton), Wilts. (30 hides); Elmhamstede (15 hides); and at Wootton (10 hides), Charlton near Malmesbury (20 hides), Minety (5 hides), and Rodbourne, Wilts. (10 hides). ('First Decimation'.)
Event S294      Æthelwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of privileges ('First Decimation')
Transaction S807      King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster 1, Winchester, New Minster 1 and Winchester, Nunnaminster 1; grant of land in Winchester.
Transaction S745      King Edgar 11 to Winchester, New Minster 1; refoundation and grant of privileges
Transaction S689      King Edgar 11 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (cassati) at Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hants., and 13 predia in Winchester, with the bounds of Crux Easton, Hants.
Office S1293    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S1293    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S820    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Office S815    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the cathedral of Winchester)
Office S814    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S808    Æthelwold 1 held office of Basileus (bishop of Winchester)
Office S799    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S798    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S788    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S786    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S783    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S760    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S759    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S758    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S757    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S746    Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot
Office S746    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S745    Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot
Office S745    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S738    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S737    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S730    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S728    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S726    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S725    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S724    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)   Plegmund 1 dedicated a very high tower in the city of Winchester.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 51)   The body of Alfred 8 rested in peace in the city of Winchester.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.1   A very great fleet of pagans (Anonymi 28) landed and sacked the royal city of Winchester.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)   The body of Æthelwulf 1 reposed in the city of Winchester.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29)   Hun 1 reposed then [sc. at the time of writing] in the city of Winchester.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  ii.18 (p. 24)   The body of Cynewulf 4 lay entombed in the city of Winchester.
Event ASC (F)  648 F(OE and Lat.)   Here was built the mynster at Winchester that Cenwealh 2 caused to be constructed and consecrated in St Peter's name.
Office ASC (F)  984 F(OE and Lat.) Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxvi Leofric 7 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxv Andreas 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxiv God 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxiii Sunu 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxii Byrhtwald 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxxi Leofric 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxx Wilfrith 8 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxix Eadsige 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxviii Godric 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxvii Godric 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxvi Æthelric 26 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxv Ælfric 63 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxiv Byrhtwine 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxiii Æthelwald 51 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxii Edward 11 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lxi Leodwulf 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lx Wulfric 42 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lix Edward 10 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lviii Wulfweard 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lvii Byrhtferth 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lvi Leo 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lv Besa 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.liv Wulfhun 11 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.liii Æthelgar 9 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.lii Ælfstan 55 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.li Ælfric 62 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.l Leofwig 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlviii Byrhtwig 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlix Ælfwald 40 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlvii Wulfgar 26 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlvi Wulfsige 35 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlv Byrhtwine 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xliv Wulfstan 30 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xliii Wulfwig 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xlii Byrhtwig 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xli Leofwine 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xl Ælfric 61 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxix Wynnsige 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxviii Leofric 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxvii Cyneweard 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxvi Edwin 12 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxv Wulfnoth 10 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxiv Mægenhere 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxiii Byrhtric 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxii Ælfweard 20 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxxi Ælfweard 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxx Byrhtsige 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxix Byrhtferth 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxviii Byrhtsige 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxvii Beornstan 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxvi Æthelsige 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxv Leofsige 10 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxiv Ælfric 60 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 21r.18a.xxiii Byrhtric 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xxii Ælfmær 7 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xxi Ælfwig 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xx Ælfweard 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xix Leofred 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xviii Byrhtric 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xvii Byrnferth 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xvi Wihtsige 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xv Wulfmær 8 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xiv Regenhere 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xiii Ælfgar 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xii Æthelnoth 35 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.xi Æthelnoth 34 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.x Ælfnoth 12 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.ix Ælfnoth 11 Monk
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.ix Ælfnoth 11 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.viii Ælfric 59 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.vii Ælfsige 65 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.vi Leofwine 23 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.v Boia 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.iv Byrhtmær 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.iii Beorhtwald 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.ii Ælfsige 81 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20v.18a.i Æthelgar 8 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.cxci Ælfsige 64 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.cxc Eadmær 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxix Godric 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxviii Leofwine 22 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxvii Ælfstan 54 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxvi Eadric 25 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxv Cypping 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxiv Wulfwig 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxiii Æthelnoth 33 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxii Leofsunu 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxxi Wulfmær 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxx Wulfric 21 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxix Æthelstan 43 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxviii Leofwine 46 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxvi Wulfweard 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxv Doda 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxiv Leofwine 21 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxiii Goda 12 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxii Cynric 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxxi Wihtsige 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxx Godemann 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxix Siward 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxviii Æthelweard 28 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxvii Ælfsige 63 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxvi Leofwine 20 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxv Eadnoth 9 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxiv Eadric 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxiii Leofric 15 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxii Wulfsige 34 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clxi Ælfric 58 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clx Leofsige 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clix Eadwulf 42 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clviii Godric 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.clvii Ælfmær 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.clvi Wulfred 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.clv Leofric 14 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cliv Wulfsige 33 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cliii Godric 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.clii Æthelnoth 32 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cli Byrhtwig 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cl Ælfric 57 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlix Ælfweard 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlviii Leofweard 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlvii Æthelberht 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlvi Idesbald 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlv Wulfstan 29 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxliv Wulfgar 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxliii Ælfric 56 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxlii Ælfstan 52 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxli Æthelric 25 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxl Ælfmær 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxix Ælfnoth 10 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxviii Wulfgar 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxvii Leofsige 9 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxvi Wulfgar 25 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxv Wulfsige 32 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxiv Ælfric 55 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxiii Æthelwine 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxii Byrhtwine 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxxi Wulfmær 7 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxx Leofwine 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxix Wynnsige 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxviii Ælfwald 39 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxvii Ælfweard 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxvi Æthelwine 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxv Æthelmær 12 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxiv Ælfsige 62 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxiii Ælfstan 51 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxii Stephan 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxxi Beorhthelm 31 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxx Wulfstan 28 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxix Eadsige 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxviii Ælmær 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxvii Ælfweard 15 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxvi Byrhtwald 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxv Byrhtstan 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxiv Wulfweard 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxiii Ælfgar 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxii Ælfnoth 9 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cxi Beorhthere 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cx Cyneweard 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cix Æthelwerth 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cvii Cynric 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cvii Ælfric 54 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cvi Byrhtmær 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.cv Ælfsige 61 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.civ Wulfsige 31 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19v.17.ciii Bryhtstan 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.cii Wulfmær 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.ci Beornwine 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.c Leofwine 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcix Byrhtsige 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcviii Æthelwine 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcvii Beorhthelm 30 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcvi Godemann 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcv Leofwine 17 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xciv Leofric 13 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xciii Osmær 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xcii Godus 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xci Ælfsige 60 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xc Leofwine 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxix Wilstan 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxviii Wigheard 12 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxvii Alfred 48 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxvi Leofwine 15 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxv Æthelwine 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxiv Sigenoth 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxiii Ælfwine 23 Monk
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxiii Ælfwine 23 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxii Æthelric 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxxi Æthelmann 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxx Ælfwine 22 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxix Æthelric 23 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxviii Wynnstan 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxvii Ælfwig 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxvi Byrhtred 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxv Ælfric 53 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxiv Ælfstan 50 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxiii Eadwulf 41 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxii Albinus 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxxi Beornwulf 14 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxx Beorhtnoth 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxix Godwine 8 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxviii Æthelberht 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxvii Eadric 37 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxvi Wilsige 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxv Osulf 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxiv Eadric 23 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxii Eadmær 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxii Leofsige 8 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lxi Lantfred 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lx Byrnhelm 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lix Alfred 47 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lviii Eadric 22 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lvii Eadsige 9 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lvi Cynewine 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lv Æthelweard 27 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.liv Wulfsige 30 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.liii Wilstan 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.lii Æthelweard 26 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.li Ælfwald 38 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.l Eadwald 26 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 19r.17.xlix Leofsige 7 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xlviii Godemann 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xlvii Godwine 5 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xlvi Æthelnoth 31 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xlv Lyfing 10 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xliv Æthelwig 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xliii Ælfwig 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xlii Godwine 7 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xli Cædweard 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xl Thrudgar 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxix Æthelsige 15 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxviii Wulfhelm 24 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxvii Ælfweard 14 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxvi Bryhthelm 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxv Beornwig 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxiv Ælfsige 59 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxii Ælfheah 35 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxii Alcuin 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxxi Wulfstan 37 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxx Wulfric 20 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxix Oda 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxviii Goda 13 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxvii Osulf 2 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxvi Lyfing 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxv Ælfgar 16 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxiv Æthelmær 11 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxii Edwin 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18v.17.xxii Ælfwine 21 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xxi Ealdwig 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xx Godemann 6 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xix Æthelbald 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xviii Ælfwald 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xvii Beorhtheah 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xvi Beorhtnoth 19 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xv Germann 4 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xiv Osgar 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.17.xiii Womær 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 17v.16.i Anonymi 2639 Monk
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.xi Æthulf 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.x Æscwig 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.ix Ælfheah 36 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.v Ælfnoth 18 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.xii Sigegar 1 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.iii Sidemann 3 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.vii Wulfgar 28 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.iii Ælfstan 38 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.vi Æthelsige 13 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 18r.16.viii Ælfstan 39 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 17v.16.ii Ælfheah 44 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 20r.17.cxcii Ælfwine 20 Brother
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 17v.16.i Æthelwold 1 Brother
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10v.1 Anonymi 2641 held office of Cleric
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 12r.1   After Dunstan 1 had celebrated Mass at the New Minster, Æthelgar 8 dedicated the first storey of the tower in honour of the Virgin Mary.
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 11v.1   Prompted by Æthelgar 8, Æthelred 32 commissioned and paid for the building of a multi-storey tower of marvellous height and extraordinary beauty.
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10v.1   Edgar 11 granted the New Minster by royal charter to worthy monks (Anonymi 2642).
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10v.1   Edgar 11 did away with the secular canons (Anonymi 2641) of the New Minster.
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10r.1   Eadwig 4 died and was buried at the New Minster.
Event NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 9v.1   Edmund 14 initiated a programme of building and refurbishment of the Winchester New Minster. However, he died before his plans could be fulfilled.
Occupation NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 10v.1 Anonymi 2642 Monk
Event Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  17   Æthelwold 1 placed religious women in a nunnery, over whom he set Æthelthryth 7 as mother superior.
Transaction S889      King Æthelred 32 to Winchester, Old Minster 1; restoration of a messuage (haga) in Winchester with a fishery at Bræge (Brentford, Middx.). Ælfswith 7, matrona, had promised the Winchester haga to Old Minster after her death, but the bequest had been blocked.
Transaction S876      King Æthelred 32 to Abingdon 1 Abbey; confirmation of privileges, including the right of free election of a new abbot
Transaction S874      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelweard 31, his minister; grant of 15 hides (tributaria) at Wootton St Lawrence, Hants., with nine messuages (hagan) in Winchester, a meadow at Basingstoke and a mill at Hines clifæ
Transaction S871      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelsige 13, bishop (of Sherborne), and Æthelmær 22, the king's miles; grant of a messuage (curtis) in Winchester, Hants., formerly belonging to Edgeard 2
Transaction S845      King Æthelred 32 to Æthelgar 8, bishop (of Selsey); grant of a meadow (Hyde Moors) in the northern part of Winchester, Hants.
Office S939    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S934    Beorhtwald 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S916    Æthelwold 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S914    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (Bishop of Winchester)
Office S907    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S905    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S899    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S898    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S897    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S896    Ælfsige 81 held office of Abbot (abbot of Winchester)
Office S893    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S892    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S891    Ælfric 87 held office of Dux (dux of the province of Winchester)
Office S891    Ælfsige 81 held office of Abbot (abbot of the new church of Winchester)
Office S891    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S888    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S887    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S886    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S885    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S884    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S883    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Worcester)
Office S883    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S882    Ælfric 46 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Ramsbury)
Office S882    Sigegar 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Wells)
Office S882    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S881    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S879    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S878    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S876    Ælfwig 11 held office of Abbot (abbot of Westminster)
Office S876    Wulfsige 36 held office of Abbot (abbot of Westminster)
Office S876    Ælfsige 81 held office of Abbot (abbot of New Minster)
Office S876    Sigegar 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S876    Ealdwulf 18 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Worcester)
Office S876    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S871    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S870    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S869    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S865    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S859    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S857    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S842    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S840    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S838    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S834    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Event S1498      Æthelmær 13, ealdorman, stated his wish to be buried in the New Minster, Winchester and donated 13 hides at ?Chirton (which Lufa 1 had held) , 120 mancuses of gold and 10 pounds of pence and his shrine
Event S876      King Æthelred 32 mentioned the [unspecified ] difficulties which he and his kingdom had faced since the death of his mentor, Æthelwold 1. The king was penitent for the decisions taken in his youth with the counsel of greedy men - Bishop Wulfgar 28, Ealdorman Ælfric 87 - and for being persuaded to infringe on the liberty of Abingdon 1 in return for money. This liberty Æthelwold had acquired for the monastery from the kings Eadred 16, Eadwig 4, and Edgar 11. A synod was conveyed in Winchester at Pentecost to renew / restore the lost liberty. Æthelred 32 here renounces the payment he accepted from Ælfric 87 in return for awarding Edwin 15, Ælfric 87's brother, the abbacy. The confirmation of the synod's conclusions was made in the oratory at Gillingham after the celebration of mass in the presence of the king, Abbot Ælfsige 81, Æthelmær 22, and Ordwulf 4, the king's uncle. Æthelred 32 gave lordship of Abingdon to Abbot Wulfgar 28; his successor was to be chosen by the brethren in accordance with
Office S995    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S994    Beorhtwald 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S994    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office S983    Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S981    Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S979    Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S976    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S974    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S959    Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Status S956    Anonymous 1010 held status of Man / Man
Transaction S976      King Cnut 3 to Winchester, Old Minster 1; renewal of privileges
Office S1368    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S1274    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Transaction S1284      Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).
Office S1284    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Event S1284      Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts. [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10 ]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).
Office S877    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop
Transaction S1376      Ælfwine 39 to Winchester, Old Minster 1 and Æthelwold 1, bishop; grant of 2 acres within Winchester in return for 12 hides at Moredon in Rodbourne Cheney, Wilts.
Office S1378    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S1380    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S1217    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S1221    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of Winchester)
Office S1515    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop
Office S1451a    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Event S1449      Complicated exchange of estates in Winchester between the monastic houses of the city.
Event S1449      Complicated exchange of estates in Winchester between the monastic houses of the city.
Event S1449      Complicated exchange of estates in Winchester between the monastic houses of the city.
Event S1484      Ælfgifu 4 stipulated in her will that she wished to be buried in the Old Minster, Winchester.
Office Anon.EpisList4    Walkelin 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Stigand 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cenwulf 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelwold 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Beorhthelm 21 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Beornstan 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Tunberht 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Eadhun 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the West Saxons)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Beornstan 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Eadhun 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList3    Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Eadhun 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList2    Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList1    Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Daniel 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Hunfrith 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Dudd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Eadhun 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Tunberht 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Beornstan 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office Anon.EpisList5    Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Transaction S1284      Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and his brethren there, to Ordlaf 1, comes; grant of 10 hides (manentes) at Lydiard, Wilts [given to Winchester by Ordlaf 1's grandfather, Eanwulf 10]; in exchange Ordlaf 1 gives the bishop 10 hides at Fonthill, Wilts., and the bishop gives his familia 3 hides at Ebincgtun (Yavington in Avington, Hants.).
Event Cnut.Laws      This is the ordinance which King Cnut 3, king of all England and of the Danes and the Norwegians, determined upon, together with his councillors, to the praise of God and for the furtherance of his own royal authority and for his own benefit… This is the ordinance which King Cnut 3, king of all England and King of all Danes, determined upon with the advice of his councillors, to the glory of God and for the furtherance of his own royal authority and for his people's benefit; and that was during the holy Christmas season at Winchester.
PersonInfo Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  38 Anonymous 578 a woman in Winchester
PersonInfo Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  20 Anonymous 551 He was a citizen of Winchester
PersonInfo Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  3? Anonymous 529 citizen of Winchester
Office S446    Ælfheah 19
Transaction S294a    Æthelwulf 1 Æthelwulf 1, king of Wessex, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges ('First Decimation').
Office S609    Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop
Event S956    Grimbald 1 Judoc 1 and Grimbald 1 were buried in the New Minster, Winchester.
Transaction Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  10   a great gold cross, a gold altar and other things.
Transaction S925      King Æthelred 32 to Emma 2, his wife; grant of a predium in Winchester, with a church dedicated to St Peter, built by Æthelwine 24, præfectus
Transaction S889      Ælfswith 7, matrona, to Winchester, Old Minster 1; bequest of a messuage (haga) in Winchester. The bequest was blocked.
Office S1001    Ælfwine 45
Office S1002    Ælfwine 45
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1043   MS D: A fortnight before St Andrew’s day, the king was advised to ride from Gloucester, together with Earl Leofric 49 and Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Siweard 11 and their retinue to Winchester. And they came unexpectedly upon the lady [i.e. Ælfgifu Emma 2], and deprived her of all the treasures which she owned, and which were beyond counting, because she had formerly been very hard to the king, her son, in that she did less for him than he wished both before he became king and afterwards as well. And they allowed her to stay there afterwards.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1043; E 1042   In this year Edward 15 was consecrated [gehalog to cyng] king at Winchester on Easter day with great ceremony; and Easter was on 3 April. Archbishop Eadsige 12 consecrated him and gave him good instruction before all the people, and admonished him well for his own sake and for the sake of all the people.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1047; D 1048; E 1045 Ælfwine 45 Bishop of Winchester
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1049; D 1050; E 1046   MS C: Then Earl Swein 3 [son of Godwine 51] came back again to Edward 15 and asked him for land to support himself upon. But Harold 3, his brother, opposed it together with Earl Beorn 3 [brother of Swein Estrithson]. They declared they would give up to him nothing that the king had given them. Swein 3 came hypocritically and said he would be his man, and he asked Earl Beorn 3 for support. But the king refused him in everything. Then Swein 3 went to his ships at Bosham, and Earl Godwine 51 came from Sandwich to Pevensey with 42 ships, and Earl Beorn 3 along with him. And then the king allowed all the Mercians to go home, and they did so. When the king was informed that Osgod Clapa 1 lay at Wulpe with 29 ships the king sent for all the ships he could summon which were within the Northmouth [of the Kentish Stour]. But Osgod Clapa 1 placed his wife in Bruges and turned back again with 6 ships, and the other went to Essex to Eadulfesness [The Naze, Essex], and there they did damage, and then turned back to the ships. Then Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Beorn 3 were lying at Pevensey with their ships. Then Earl Swein 3 came and treacherously asked Earl Beorn 3 to accompany him to the king at Sandwich, saying that he would swear oaths to him and be faithful to him. Then Beorn 3 thought that because of their kinship he would not be betrayed. He took with him 3 companions [geferan] and, exactly as if they were going to Sandwich, they rode to Bosham where Swein 3’s ships were lying. But he was bound at once and carried on board, and then they went to Dartmouth and there he was put to death, and buried deep. Harold 3, however, his kinsman, fetched him and took him to Winchester and buried him there near Cnut 3 his uncle. And the king and all the host declared Swein 3 a scoundrel [nothing]. He had 8 ships before he murdered Beorn 3, but afterwards all but 2 deserted him, and he then went to Bruges and stayed there with Baldwin 4.

MS D: Then Earl Swein 3 [son of Godwine 51] came back also who had gone from this country into Denmark, and there ruined himself with the Danes. He came here hypocritically and said he wished to submit to the king, and Earl Beorn 3 promised to help him. Then after the agreement between the emperor and Baldwin 4 many of the ships went home, but the king stayed at Sandwich with a few ships. And Earl Godwine 51 also went with the 42 ships from Sandwich to Pevensey, and Earl Beorn 3 went with him. Then the king was informed that Osgod Clapa 1 was at Wulpe with 39 ships, and the king sent for all the ships he could summon from among those which had gone home. And Osgod Clapa 1 placed his wife at Bruges, and they went back again with 6 ships, and the others went to Sussex to Eadulfesness [The Naze, Essex], and they did damage there and then returned to the ships, and then a strong wind overtook them so that they were all lost except for 4 that were killed overseas. While Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Beorn 3 were staying at Pevensey, Earl Swein 3 came and treacherously asked Earl Beorn 3, who was his uncle’s son, to accompany him to the king at Sandwich in order to improve his relations with the king. Beorn 3 went then with 3 companions because of their kinship, but he was taken to Bosham where Swein 3’s ships were lying, and there he was bound and carried on board. Then he was taken to Dartmouth and there Swein 3 ordered him to be killed and buried deep. He was found again, however, and taken to Winchester and buried with Cnut 3 his uncle. A little before this the men of Hastings and its neighbourhood captured 2 of his ships with their ships, and they killed all the men and brought the ships to the king at Sandwich. Swein 3 had 8 ships before he betrayed Beorn 3, but afterwards all but 2 deserted him.

MS E: Earl Swein 3 came in with 7 ships to Bosham and made peace with the king, and he was promised that he should be restored to every honour that he had previously held. Then Earl Harold 3, his brother, and Earl Beorn 3 withstood it, contending that Swein 3 was not entitled to any of those things that the king had granted him. He was however given 4 days’ safe conduct to enable him to get back to his ships. Now it happened meanwhile that word had come to the king that hostile ships lay to the west and were ravaging there. Then Earl Godwine 51 turned west with 2 of the king’s ships, one of which was captained by Earl Harold 3 and the other Tosti 2 his brother, and also with 42 ships belonging to the local people. Then Earl Beorn 3 was appointed to the king’s ship that Earl Harold 3 had captained, and they went west to Pevensey and lay there weather-bound. Then within two days Earl Swein 3 came there and spoke with his father and with Earl Beorn 3 and asked him to go with him to the king at Sandwich in order that he might help him regain the king’s friendship. Beorn 3 agreed to do this and they departed as if they were meaning to go to the king. Then as they were riding Swein 3 asked him to go with him to his ships, telling him that his sailors would desert him unless he got there quickly. So they both went to where his ships were lying. When they got there Earl Swein 3 asked him to go aboard with him. Beorn 3 refused firmly and so long that the sailors took him and threw him into the boat and bound him and rowed to a ship and put him on board. Then they hoisted sail and ran west to Axmouth. And they kept Beorn 3 with them until they killed him, and they took the body and buried it in a church. But his friends and his sailors came from London and disinterred him and took him to the Old Minster at Winchester, where they buried him with his uncle. And Swein 3 went east to Baldwin 4’s country and stayed there all winter at Bruges under Baldwin 4’s full protection.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1049; D 1050; E 1046   Beorn 3 thought that because of their kinship he would not be betrayed. He took with him 3 companions [geferan] and, exactly as if they were going to Sandwich, they rode to Bosham where Swein 3’s ships were lying. But he was bound at once and carried on board, and then they went to Dartmouth and there he was put to death, and buried deep. Harold 3, however, his kinsman, fetched him and took him to Winchester and buried him there near Cnut 3 his uncle.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1049; D 1050; E 1046   Cnut 3 was buried in the Old Minster, in Winchester.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1053   MS C: In this year the king [Edward 15] was at Winchester at Easter, and Earl Godwine 51 with him, and Earl Harold 3 his son and Tosti 2. Then on Easter Monday as he was sitting with the king at a meal, he suddenly sank towards the foot-stool, bereft of speech and of all his strength. Then he was carried to the king’s private room and they thought it was about to pass off. But it was not so. On the contrary, he continued like this without speech or strength right on to the Thursday and then lost his life.

MS D: Earl Godwine 51 died, and he was taken ill while he was sitting with the king at Winchester.

MS E: Earl Godwine 51 died on 15 April.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CE 1053   Godwine 51 was buried in the Old Minster, Winchester.
Occupation ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1061 Æthelsige 43 Monk? of Old Minster
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1067   This Easter the king [William 1] came to Winchester, and Easter was then on 23 March.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1068; E 1069   MS D: Three sons of King Swein 5 came from Denmark with 240 ships into the Humber, together with Earl Osbeorn 3 and Earl Thorkil 1. And there came to meet them Edgar 14 Cild and Earl Waltheof 2 and Mærleswein 1 and Earl Gospatric 1 with the Northumbrians and all the people, riding and marching with an immense army rejoicing exceedingly; and so they all went resolutely to York, and stormed and raised the castle and captured an incalculable treasure in it, and killed many hundreds of Frenchmen and took many with them to the ships. And before the shipmen got there the Frenchmen had burned the city, and had also thoroughly ravaged and burnt the holy minster of St Peter. When the king found out about this, he went northwards with all his army that he could collect, and utterly ravaged and laid waste that shire. And the fleet lay all the winter in the Humber where the king could not get them. And the king was in York on Christmas day, and so was in the country all the winter. And he came to Winchester that same Easter.

MS E: Then between the two feasts of St Mary they – that is the sons of King Swein 5 and his brother Earl Osbeorn 3 – came from the east from Denmark with 300 ships. And then Earl Waltheof 2 went out, and he and the atheling Edgar 14 and many hundreds of men with them came and met the fleet in the Humber, and went to York and landed and won the castles, and killed many hundreds of men and took a large amount of treasure on board ship, and kept the chief men in bonds, and lay between the Ouse and the Trent all that winter. And King William 1 went into the shire and ruined it completely.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1076; E 1075   MS D: The lady Eadgyth 3, who was King Edward 15's widow, died at Winchester a week before Christmas.

MS E: The lady Eadgyth 3 died at Winchester a week before Christmas.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1077; E 1076   MS D: Earl Waltheof 2 was beheaded at Winchester on St Petronella’s day.

MS E: Earl Waltheof 2 was beheaded at Winchester.
Event Okasha138      Here lies Gunni 1, Eorl 2's companion.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  I.50   King Eadwig 4 was buried at Winchester in the new minster.
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  II.6 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.7   As Swein 1 was triumphantly advancing from Yorkshire southwards, King Æthelred 32, who at that time was at Winchester and who found himself completely deserted by the English, dug up his treasure from the earth and went with his wife [Emma 2] and sons, Edward 15 and Alfred 54, to Duke Richard 2 of Normandy, where he was suitably welcomed.
Office S1008    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1007    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1007    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1006    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1009    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1013    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1016    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1018    Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Event S1018      King Edward 15 to Ælfwine 61, his militaris; grant of 1 ploughland (carruga) at Hambledon, Hants..
Transaction S1018      King Edward 15 to Ælfwine 61, his militaris; grant of 1 ploughland (carruga) at Hambledon, Hants..
Office S1020    Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Office S1022    Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Event S1037a      King Edward 15 to Archbishop Ealdred 37; grant of the see of Worcester.
Office Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3 Stigand 1 held office of Bishop of Winchester
Office S1055    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office S1055    Godwine 49 held office of Abbot
Office S1137    Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Office S1151    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Event S1153      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that he has confirmed his mother's [Emma 2] bequest to the monks of Old Minster of a messuage (haga) called Ælfrices Godebegeaton in Winchester, which she held by the gift of King Æthelred 32 (cf. S 925), and of 10 hides on Hayling Island, Hants.
Transaction S1153      King Æthelred 32 to Emma 2; grant of a messuage (haga) called Ælfrices Godebegeaton in Winchester.
Transaction S1153      Emma 2 to Old Minster, Winchester; bequest of a messuage (haga) called Ælfrices Godebegeaton in Winchester, which she held by the gift of King Æthelred 32, and of 10 hides on Hayling Island, Hants.
Office S1403    Ælfwine 46 held office of Abbot
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.7.2-4   Offa 7 king of the Mercians quarrelled with the people of Kent and tried to rob Jænberht 1 of his primacy. At the same time, in his concern to give the realm of the Mercians the distinction of an archbishopric, he communicated with Pope Hadrian 3 by letters, with which, perhaps, went bribes, and prevailed upon him, against all precedent, to mark out the bishop of Lichfield with a pallium and subordinate to him all the bishops of the Mercians (their names were Deneberht 1 of Worcester, Werenberht 1 of Leicester, Eadwulf 7 of Sidnacester, Wulfheard 5 of Hereford), together with two bishops of the East Angles, Ealhheard 1 of Elmham and Tidfrith 1 of Dunwich. The bishop of Lichfield was also called Ealdwulf 13. (Of the bishoprics some have been moved, like Elmham to Norwich, some merged with others, like Dunwich with Norwich, while some no longer exist, like Leicester and Sidnacester.) But the archbishop of Canterbury retained four bishops, London, Winchester, Rochester, and Selsey. This unsatisfactory situation prevailed throughout the tenure of Jænberht 1, though he spared no expense or trouble to press the rights of his see and stamp on the greed of the usurpers.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1   [Jænberht 1's] successor for thirteen years was Æthelheard 13 bishop of Winchester, a man of remarkable energy and high influence with the nobility.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.8.1 Æthelheard 13 held office of Bishop of Winchester
Office S1530    Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.17.5 Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.1 Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot for Æthelwold 1
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.3 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.20.4 Cenwulf 6 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.23.1 Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.23.5-8   William 1 duke of Normandy came to England and subdued the country by force for arms. He spread the terror of his name far and wide by winning the battle of Hastings and receiving the surrender of Dover Castle, and then came to London. There, Stigand 1 and the most powerful of the English came out to show their support; after negotiations, William 1 received him as father and archbishop, while Stigand 1 received William 1 as king and son. But the king drew the line at receiving the crown from his hand, with his customary ingenuity arranging for people to forbid it in the pope’s name. Soon afterwards, he sailed over to Normandy, and took with him the reluctant Stigand 1 under a show of Honouring him, for he wanted to make sure the archbishop’s influence did not cause any emergence of treason in his absence. It is difficult to exaggerate the civilities he showed Stigand 1: he rose to his feet to do him honour on every occasion, and made sure he was welcomed by long and elaborate processions in every see and abbey of Normandy. But what lay behind this façade was revealed when there arrived in England Ermenfrid 1, bishop of Sion and Pope Alexander 1’s legate. At the king’s instance he summoned a council and deposed Stigand 1, though he called on William 1 to keep faith with him and protested that he was being subjected to violence. The king made smooth excuses, citing the pope’s command, but he did not efface the impression that he had engineered the deposition, for he kept Stigand 1 in prison at Winchester for the rest of his life. Stigand 1 lived a simple life there; the public purse provided little, and Stigand 1, with his innate obstinacy, refused to have anything brought in from his own estates. Indeed when his friends, especially Eadgyth 3, King Edward 15’s widow, urged him to dress and eat less austerely, he swore by everything sacred a false oath that he had not a penny to his name. That this oath had no basis in truth was proved by the vast riches found after his death in underground caves. They were given away by a key hanging round the neck of the dead man. This turned lock of his private chest, and the records thus disclosed revealed the types of metals he owned, and their weights.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.9 Wine 1 held office of Bishop for Wulfhere 1
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.7   Birinus 1 was buried in Dorchester in the church he had built. In after years, when the bishopric of the West Saxons had been established at Winchester, Birinus 1 was transferred there by Bishop Hædde 2 and is regarded as the patron of the city.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.7 Hædde 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.8 Wine 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.8   Wine 1 usurped the bishopric of Winchester, but, having been replaced by Agilbert 1, found refuge with Wulfhere 1 king of the Mercians, from whom he bought the bishopric of London, spending the rest of his life there.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.9   Leuthhere 2, nephew of Agilbert 1, was consecrated bishop of the West Saxons by Theodore 1.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.11 Daniel 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Humfrith 1 held office of Bishop for Cuthbert 7
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Cyneheard 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Æthelheard 9 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Ecgbald 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Dudd 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Cyneberht 8 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Ealhmund 11 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Wigthegn 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Herefrith 6 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Eadhun 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Helmstan 1 held office of Bishop for Ecgberht 10
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Swithhun 5 held office of Priest
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.13 Swithhun 5 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.15 Æthelwulf 1 held office of Sub-deacon for Swithhun 5
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Ealhfrith 4 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Tunberht 4 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Denewulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Frithestan 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Beornstan 5 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Ælfheah 44 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Ælfsige 30 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.21 Beorhthelm 21 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.23   Frithestan 1 was one of the seven bishops consecrated on a single day at Canterbury by Archbishop Plegmund 1 in the time of Alfred 8's son King Edward 2. His many good works are still observable from a quantity of books, and the holiness of his life from a tomb that is not, like that of others, hidden away.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46   Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46   Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.34-46   Æthelwold 1's parents were from Winchester, neither poor nor ill-bred. He was educated at the court, becoming a favourite of Æthelstan 18's. He was tonsured as a cleric by Ælfheah 19, and later given the cowl as monk by Dunstan 1 abbot of Glastonbury, soon becoming its dean. Dunstan 1 saw a vision concerning Æthelwold 1's brilliant future, and so did his mother, Anonymous 679, wile was pregnant with him. Æthelwold 1 craved stricter life but was kept at home by King Eadred 16, thanks to the king's mother Eadgifu 4. He was given the house of Abingdon. When Dunstan 1 became archbishop, Æthelwold 1 was chosen by King Edgar 11 to be bishop of Winchester. He drove clerics out of New Minster for their sins and introduced monks instead. St Swithhun 5 commanded him in vision to open his tomb in the Old Minster, and showed his benevolence towards Æthelwold 1 through miracles. Æthelwold 1 himself worked many miracles in his lifetime.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76   Æthelwold 1 was succeeded by Ælfheah 44. He took habit at Deerhurst and then moved to Bath, were he shut himself up in a private cell and thought of the divine, receiving visions. When the bishop of Winchester died, Dunstan 1 put Ælfheah 44 in his throne. He elevated Æthelwold 1's bones twelve years after his death. After twenty-two years as bishop, he was moved to Canterbury, against his will, they say. He had to go to Rome and received the pallium from the pope, performing miracles on the way. When the Danes arrived, he was first imprisoned for seven months, then stoned to death and buried at St Paul's in London. Nine years later, at the orders of King Cnut 3 and in his presence, is body was exhumed and found incorrupt.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.76.5   Cenwulf 6 abbot of Peterborough purchased the bishopric of Winchester for cash. But he did not live long to rejoice in his sacrilegious exploit, for he died before two years were out.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.77.1 Æthelwold 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.77.1 Ælfsige 80 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.77.1 Ælfwine 45 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.77.1 Stigand 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.78.1   In Winchester there is a monastery built by Alfred 8, in which he placed canons. But Æthelwold 1 drove out the canons and put in monks, placing over tem as abbot Æthelgar 8.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.78.3   Æthelwold 1 constructed in Winchester a house for nuns, and put in charge of it an old virgin lady Æthelthryth 7, who uttered many prophecies about him. On this site there had previously been a small monastery in which Eadburg 8, daughter of Edward 2 the Elder, had lived and died.
Occupation WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.82.1 Ælfwald 68 Monk
Office S1811    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop
Occupation WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.13 Ealdred 37 Monk
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.132   William 15 was both earl and bishop of the province [of Northumbria]. He put his kinsman Gilbert 1 in charge of his external affairs, and a cleric, Leobwine 1, of his domestic. They both acted energetically in their posts, though they showed no restraint. This Leobwine 1 brought about, through Gilbert 1, the killing of Ligwulf 1, the devout servant of St Cuthbert 1, so loved by him that the saint would stand by him in person while he was awake and tell him to carry out his will. Leobwine 1's motive was envy; he felt that Ligwulf 1 had a bigger share in the bishop's affections because he was so knowledgeable and fair in judgement. Under the impact of these news, William 15 met the rage of the relatives [Anonymi 10050] with the offer of a legal case, asserting forcibly that Leobwine 1 was his murderer and his people's murderer. When the case came up, the family in their fury would not listen to reason, but put the blame on the bishop, saying that they had seen both murderers making themselves at home in his court after Ligwulf 1's death. Shouting and angry scenes ensued, and when Gilbert 1 chose to go out of the church, where he had been seated with the bishop, to try to purchase his master's life at the risk of his own, he was ruthlessly killed. The bishop was too sent to his death as he stood at the doors displaying the olive branch of peace. Leobwine 1, who had supplied the tinder for the calamity, shot out of the church half-charred, for he insisted on staying inside the church until it was on fire, only to be received on a thousand sword points. The even had been foretold by Queen Eadgyth 3, widow of King Edward 15. Seeing William 15 in Winchester being led to his consecration, tall, white-haired, and rosy of cheek, she said: 'Here we have a pretty martyr'. Her prophecy rested on an inference from the violent character of the Northumbrians. Such was the end of William 15, a modest and educated man. He imposed a clerical rule on the canons, who had been used to serving as monks, having always had a monk as bishop.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.223   When Hædde 2 bishop of Wessex died, there was much joy in heaven and much grief on earth. His see was divided: Daniel 1 was placed over Winchester; Sherborne fell to Aldhelm 3. He objected as long as he could, but was finally escorted to archbishop Beorhtwald 6, his old friend, for consecration.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.250.5-6   After the death of Edward 2 Alfred 33 conspired to blind Æthelstan 18 at Winchester. When his machinations were exposed, he was sent of to the church of Rome to answer for himself on oath before Pope John 32. He did so at the altar of St Peter, but after swearing it he collapsed and was carried by his men to the School of the English, where he died two nights later. Æthelstan 18 gave Alfred 33 Christian burial, little though he deserved it, and took over his property.
Event Bates17      King William 1 notifies Archbishop Lanfranc 1, Bishop Stigand 5 of Chichester, all his successors as king of England and all his faithful men that he has built a church in honour of St Martin on the site where God gave him victory over his enemies.
Event Bates20      King William 1 notifies Archbishop Lanfranc 1 and Bishop Stigand 5 of Chichester and all his French and English barons and faithful men that he has granted and confirmed that the church of Battle, with its surrounding leuga shall be eternally free of all geld, scot, aid and all earthly service, and have sake and soke, toll and team, infangenetheof, and wardpenny, and shall be free of all custom and the domination of bishops and others.
Event Bates20a      King William 1 notifies Archbishop Lanfranc 1 and Bishop Stigand 5 of Chichester and all his bailiffs that he grants and confirms that the abbot and the monks of Battle are to have warren in all places belonging to the monastery.
Event Bates21      King William 1 notifies Bishop Stigand 5 of Chichester and all the barons of Sussex that he has confirmed, and William 9, count of Eu, in his presence, has granted, the gift which Osbern 9 fitzHugh has made to the abbey of Battle, namely 30 arpents of meadow (in Bodiam, Sussex) measured according to the measure of Normandy, which Abbot Gausbert 1, along with the aforesaid Osbern 9, has asked him to concede.
Event Bates23      King William 1 informs the clergy and laity of England that he has confirmed that the abbey of Battle shall be free of all exaction, with all dignities and royal customs which he has granted by royal authority as they are witnessed by his charter, with the assent of Archbishop Lanfranc 1, Bishop Stigand 5 of Chichester, and the advice of all his bishops and barons.
Event Bates39      King William 1 informs all the faithful men of his kingdom that Bishop Herfast 1’s claim that the abbey of Bury St Edmunds should be his episcopal church has been brought to his attention and that he has decided that the matter should be heard in his court. On the set day, the bishop made his case eloquently, but produced neither written documents nor witnesses. Abbot Baldwin 5 then told how King Cnut 3 expelled the clerks and introduced monks, how the church had then been dedicated to on that king’s order by Archbishop Æthelnoth 43 of Canterbury, how the first abbot [Ufi 4] had been consecrated by the bishop of London [Ælfwig 13], the second [Leofstan 24] by the bishop of Winchester [Ælfwine 45], and Baldwin 5 himself by the archbishop of Canterbury [Stigand 1], and how the monks had been ordained by the bishops of their choice over a period of fifty-three years without any objection from Herfast 1’s predecessors. He also produced orders of King Cnut 3 and Edward 15 the Confessor which granted that the monastery should be free of all episcopal domination. Those present then decided in Bury St Edmunds favour.
Office Bates68    Riwallon 1 held office of Abbot
Event Bates133      King William 1 informs Archbishop Lanfranc 1, Bishop Odo 3 of Bayeux, Bishop Wulfstan 55 of Worcester, Urse 1 the sheriff and all his French and English barons of England that he has granted the abbey of Evesham to Abbot Æthelwig 15 with whatever belongs to it, so that he and all his successors may have it with great honour and peace, with its lands and men, and with such law, custom and liberty, sake and soke, toll and team, and infangenetheof, without town and within, as any of his predecessors and as he himself held them in the time of King Edward 15 and before. The church shall have all lands and possessions as set out in royal charters of King Edward 15 and any other predecessors, and in the ancient precepts written and confirmed for the church. Abbot Æthelwig 15 and all his successors shall have the hundred of Fishborough in free and pure alms, with everything belonging to the hundred. No sheriff or his officers shall enter, plead or exact anything. William 1 also confirms King Edward 15’s gift to Abbots Manni 1 and Æthelwig 15 that the abbey shall have a port and market in Evesham, and shall have there all the customs which the king has in his ports and towns. The abbey may purchase food and clothing anywhere in England without paying toll.
RecordedNames Bates150    Cypping 4
Event Bates232      King William 1, at the suggestion of William 3 fitzOsbern, grants Hardmondsworth with its church and everything appertaining to the abbey of La Trinité-du-Mont of Rouen, in the presence of Abbot Rainier 1 and two monks named Nicholas 4 and William 26 . The grant was handed over with a knife, which the king in jest gave to the abbot as if making to drive it into the palm of his hand, saying ‘thus ought land to be given’.
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 Hemming.Codicellus  293 Æthelwold 1 held office of Bishop
Occupation Bates340    Wulfwig 14 Monk of St Peter's, Winchester
Occupation S1428    Edwin 49 Monk
Occupation S1428    Edwin 49 Child master at New Minster, Winchester.
Event S1428      This agreement was established between Old Minster and New Minster, as I [Edwin 49] myself heard it (i.e. the agreement) when I was young. Our lord St Æthelwold 1 was lying sick, and the holy Dunstan 1 came to him from Canterbury to visit him. And our superior, Abbot Æthelgar 8, went there, and monks with him, namely Boia 4 the old, and Ælfric 150 the prior, and Ælfnoth 46 the painter, and Ælfwine 54 who is now abbot. And there came monks from Old Minster, namely Ealdwig 3, and Wulfstan 61 the precentor, and Godwine 69 the prior, and many others with him. Then Boia 4 the old monk arose, knelt before St Æthelwold 1, and prayed him that he would establish good regulations between the two minsters in the monks’ days, just as Bishop Frithestan 1 had established in the priests’ days: namely, that the two communities should be one in every divine service; and that was to say, if any priest died in either foundation, they should come all together and bury the body and perform all the services that belong to God; and on the day of the consecration of the church, in Old Minster, the priest from New Minster should come to Old Minster, and be present there at vespers and at nocturns and at mass and at refection; and the priests from Old Minster should come to New Minster on St Judoc’s day just in the same way. And if there were misconduct on the part of any priest in either monastery, he should not go anywhere but he should seek his neighbours and they would intercede for him. When St Æthelwold 1 heard this, lo, he decreed that it should so be now in his time and in that of the monks; and he pronounced the curse of God on all those who should ever undo this. And he gave as a token that the agreement should stand firm, two brown copes, one to Old Minster, and a second to New Minster.
Office S1428    Æthelgar 8 held office of Abbot
Occupation S1428    Boia 4 Monk of New Minster, Winchester
Office S1428    Ælfric 150 held office of Dean
Occupation S1428    Ælfnoth 46 Painter at New Minster, Winchester
Occupation S1428    Ælfwine 54 Monk of New Minster, Winchester
Occupation S1428    Ealdwig 3 Monk of Old Minster, Winchester
Occupation S1428    Wulfstan 61 Cantor of Old Minster, Winchester
Office S1428    Godwine 69 held office of Dean
Office S1428    Leofwine 89 held office of Dean of Old Minster, Winchester
Event RestingPlaces  II.31   St Birinus 1, St Hædde 2, St Swithhun 5, St Æthelwold 1, St Ælfheah 19, St Frithestan 1 and St Beornstan 5 rest in Winchester.
Event RestingPlaces  II.32   Judoc 1 and Grimbald 1 rest in the New Minster [Winchester].
Event RestingPlaces  II.33   Eadburg 8 buried at Nunnaminster, [Winchester].
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0001 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Sigestef 7
Office EMC Coin  2002.0001 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Sigestef 7 held office of Moneyer for Ecgberht 10
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0001 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Ecgberht 10
Office EMC Coin  2002.0001 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Ecgberht 10 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2008.0183 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sigeberht 15 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0183 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sigeberht 15
Office EMC Coin  2008.0183 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0183 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1996.0175 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sæbeorht 1 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0175 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sæbeorht 1
Office EMC Coin  1998.0075 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sæbeorht 1 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1996.0175 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1998.0075 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Sæbeorht 1
Office EMC Coin  1998.0075 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1998.0075 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1999.0102 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Otold 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1999.0102 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.0102 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Otold 1
Office EMC Coin  2002.0166 (N 706 (Two-Line (H) [var HTC 1])) Otic 5 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.0102 (N 706 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0166 (N 706 (Two-Line (H) [var HTC 1])) Otic 5
Office EMC Coin  2002.0166 (N 706 (Two-Line (H) [var HTC 1])) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0166 (N 706 (Two-Line (H) [var HTC 1])) Eadred 16
Possession GDB  44 (Hampshire 16:7) Wherwell 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in Winchester, Hampshire (in 1086)
Possession GDB  44 (Hampshire 16:7) Wherwell 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: [fiscal data not specified] in Winchester, Hampshire (in 1066)
Office EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Martin 12 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Martin 12
Office EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0204 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14
Office EMC Coin  2009.0123 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Lulla 18 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2009.0123 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Lulla 18
Office EMC Coin  2009.0123 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0202 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Lulla 17 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0202 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Lulla 17
Office EMC Coin  1977.0202 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Alfred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0202 (N 629 (Cross-and-Lozenge (crossbar))) Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  2003.0204 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 202 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0204 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 202
Office EMC Coin  2003.0204 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2003.0208 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Leofwine 148 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0208 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Leofwine 148
Office EMC Coin  2003.0208 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0208 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1992.7934 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Leofwine 148 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7934 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Leofwine 148
Office EMC Coin  1992.7934 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7934 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  2000.0008 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 77 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0008 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 77
Office EMC Coin  2000.0008 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0008 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1977.0205 (N 724.2 (Two-Line (H): HC 1)) Leofric 125 held office of Moneyer for Eadwig 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0205 (N 724.2 (Two-Line (H): HC 1)) Leofric 125
Office EMC Coin  1977.0205 (N 724.2 (Two-Line (H): HC 1)) Eadwig 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0205 (N 724.2 (Two-Line (H): HC 1)) Eadwig 4
Office EMC Coin  1977.0212 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Leofing 33 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0212 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Leofing 33
Office EMC Coin  1977.0212 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0212 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5
Office EMC Coin  1977.0203 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny)) Leofhelm 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0203 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny)) Leofhelm 7
Office EMC Coin  1977.0203 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny)) Edward 2 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0203 (N 650 (Two-Line, halfpenny)) Edward 2
Office EMC Coin  1999.01 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Landberht 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.01 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Landberht 1
Office EMC Coin  1999.01 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0213 (Edward the Confessor, Expanding Cross (no further details)) Leodmær 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0213 (Edward the Confessor, Expanding Cross (no further details)) Leodmær 3
Office EMC Coin  1977.0213 (Edward the Confessor, Expanding Cross (no further details)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0213 (Edward the Confessor, Expanding Cross (no further details)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1999.0101 (N 658) Heremod 13 held office of Moneyer for Edward 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.0101 (N 658) Heremod 13
Office EMC Coin  1999.0101 (N 658) Edward 2 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.8323 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godman 28 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.8323 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godman 28
Office EMC Coin  1992.8323 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1996.0158 (N 282 (CEB 40) (Light coinage, Lozenge obverse)) Ealhmund 28 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0158 (N 282 (CEB 40) (Light coinage, Lozenge obverse)) Ealhmund 28
Office EMC Coin  1996.0158 (N 282 (CEB 40) (Light coinage, Lozenge obverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0158 (N 282 (CEB 40) (Light coinage, Lozenge obverse)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  2000.0014 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Eadwine 22 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0014 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Eadwine 22
Office EMC Coin  2000.0014 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0014 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  2008.0184 (N 344 (Cn. 23-30)) Eaba 3 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0184 (N 344 (Cn. 23-30)) Eaba 3
Office EMC Coin  2008.0184 (N 344 (Cn. 23-30)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0184 (N 344 (Cn. 23-30)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1995.0151 (N 573 (Ecgberht, Portrait/Dorob C)) Bosel 4 held office of Moneyer for Ecgberht 10
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0151 (N 573 (Ecgberht, Portrait/Dorob C)) Bosel 4
Office EMC Coin  1995.0151 (N 573 (Ecgberht, Portrait/Dorob C)) Ecgberht 10 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0151 (N 573 (Ecgberht, Portrait/Dorob C)) Ecgberht 10
Office EMC Coin  1992.0267 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Osulf 12 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.0267 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Osulf 12
Office EMC Coin  1992.0267 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.0267 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  2007.0001 (N 639 (Two-Line (Winchester))) Æthelwulf 50 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0001 (N 639 (Two-Line (Winchester))) Æthelwulf 50
Office EMC Coin  2007.0001 (N 639 (Two-Line (Winchester))) Alfred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2007.0001 (N 639 (Two-Line (Winchester))) Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1990.5001 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Æthelwulf 50 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1990.5001 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Æthelwulf 50
Office EMC Coin  1990.5001 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Alfred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1990.5001 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1321 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Æthelstan 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1321 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Æthelstan 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1321 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2000.0013 (Edgar, halfpenny, no further details) Æthelsige 53 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0013 (Edgar, halfpenny, no further details) Æthelsige 53
Office EMC Coin  2000.0013 (Edgar, halfpenny, no further details) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2000.0013 (Edgar, halfpenny, no further details) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0211 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Æthelric 122 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0211 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Æthelric 122
Office EMC Coin  1977.0211 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0211 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  1977.0208 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Æthelberht 27 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0208 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Æthelberht 27
Office EMC Coin  1977.0208 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0208 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1992.0281 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Ælfwine 166 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.0281 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Ælfwine 166
Office EMC Coin  1992.0281 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0206 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Ælfwine 133 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0206 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Ælfwine 133
Office EMC Coin  1977.0206 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.8647 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfwine 107 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.8647 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfwine 107
Office EMC Coin  1992.8647 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.8647 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1992.0264 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Ælfstan 118 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.0264 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Ælfstan 118
Office EMC Coin  1992.0264 (Alfred, Two-Line (excluding DORO, N 635, 636, 637, 639)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1977.0209 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Ælfsige 132 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0209 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Ælfsige 132
Office EMC Coin  1977.0209 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0209 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  2002.0011 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Ælfsige 102 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0011 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Ælfsige 102
Office EMC Coin  2002.0011 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0011 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.0207 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfric 185 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0207 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfric 185
Office EMC Coin  1977.0207 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.0207 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  2003.0202 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1037.0194 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2003.02 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2003.0214 (N 768 (Second Hand) (Hild. B2)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2004.0158 (N.706-712: Eadred, Two Line type) Eadred 16 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2000.0011 (Edward the Elder (no further details)) Edward 2 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2003.0203 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  2003.0203 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0188 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  2008.0188 (N 766 (First Hand) (Hild. B1)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0267 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Ceolwulf 5
Office EMC Coin  2002.0267 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Ceolwulf 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2002.0267 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Wærbeald 2
Office EMC Coin  2002.0267 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Wærbeald 2 held office of Moneyer for Ceolwulf 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0185 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  2008.0185 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2008.0185 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Wihtsige 12
Office EMC Coin  2008.0185 (N 749 (Circumscription Cross, with mint)) Wihtsige 12 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1977.021 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1977.021 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Wulfnoth 41
Office EMC Coin  1977.021 (N 809 (Jewel Cross [var: bust right]) (Hild. Aa)) Wulfnoth 41 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1