Location: Stisted / Essex

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Transaction S1047      King Edward 15 to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of land at Chartham, Kent, and Walworth, Surrey, and confirmation of land at Sandwich, Eastry, Folkestone, Thanet, Adisham, Ickham, Chartham, Godmersham, Westwell, East Chart, the other Chart, Berwick, Brook, Warehorne, Appledore, Mersham, Orpington, Preston, Meopham, Cooling, Farningham, Hythe, Hollingbourne, Farleigh, Peckham, all in Kent; at Patching and Wootton in Sussex; at Walworth, Merstham, Cheam, and Horsley in Surrey; at Southchurch, Laver, Milton (Hall) in Prittlewell, Lawling in Latchingdon, Bocking, St Osyth and Stisted in Essex; at Hadleigh and Monks Eleigh, Suffolk; at Monks Risborough in Bucks.; and at Newington and Britwell Prior, Oxon..
Event S1519      Will of Ketel 4, including bequests of land at Sisted, Essex, to Christ Church, Canterbury; at Harling, Norfolk, to Archbishop Stigand 1; the reversion of land at Great Melton, Norfolk, to St Benedict's at Holme and at Thorpe near Fundenhall, Norfolk, to Bury St Edmund's, after the deaths of Ketel 4 and his uncle, Wulfric 74; land at Ketteringham, Norfolk, to his sister Bote 1, if she outlive him (if not, he is to have the land at Somerledetone [Somerton or Somerleyton, Suffolk]); land at Walsingham in East Carlton, Norfolk, to his sister Gode 4, if she outlive him (if not, he is to have the land at Preston, Suffolk); land at Hainford, Norfolk, and Coggeshall, Essex, to his brother Godric 35, and also land at Strattune (? Stratton Strawless, Norfolk), on payment of two pounds to Ælfwig 24, Ketel 4's servant; the reversion of land at Onehouse, Suffolk, to Bury St Edmunds, after the deaths of Ketel 4 and his stepdaughter, Ælfgifu 22; the half estate at Moran, Norfolk, to Earl Harold 3; land at Frating, Essex, according to an agreement made by (? Earl Harold 3) and Archbishop Stigand 1; land at Rushford, Suffolk, to Ælfric 140, his priest and kinsman.
Transaction S1519      Ketel 4 bequeathed Stisted to Christ Church, Canterbury, for the sake of his father's [Anonymous 10070] soul and for Sæflæd 1's.
Transaction S1535      Wulfgyth 5 to Christ Church, Canterbury; for the good of her soul and that of her lord Ælfwine 75 and all her children, bequest of the land at Stisted, on condition that her two sons, Ælfcytel 1 and Ketel 4, may have use of the estate for their lifetime. And the men on the land were to be free. She also bequeathed to the altar a little gold crucifix and a seat cover.
Possession LDB  8 (Essex 2:3) Canterbury, Christ Church 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 0.50 hides in Stisted, Essex (in 1066)
Possession LDB  8 (Essex 2:3) Canterbury, Christ Church 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 0.50 hides in Stisted, Essex (in 1086)
Possession LDB  8 (Essex 2:3) Stigand 1 Property recorded in Domesday Book: 0.50 hides in Stisted, Essex (in 1066)