Location: London / Middlesex

Factoid List

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Event Asser.VitAlfredi  83   Alfred 8 gave London to Æthelred 1 to protect.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  83   Alfred 8 appropriately restored London and made it habitable.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  45   Leaving London, Anonymi 69 went to the province of the Northumbrians.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  44   The army of pagans (Anonymi 69) overwintered at London.
Event Asser.VitAlfredi  44   The army of pagans (Anonymi 69) came to London.
Occupation Asser.VitAlfredi  4 Anonymi 6 Army
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  43   Theodore 1 and Wilfrid 2 were reconciled in a peace treaty. At Wilfrid 2's urging Theodore 1 sent letters to various people urging reconciliation between them and Wilfrid 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  43   Theodore 1 and Wilfrid 2 were reconciled in a peace treaty. At Wilfrid 2's urging Theodore 1 sent letters to various people urging reconciliation between them and Wilfrid 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  43   Theodore 1 and Wilfrid 2 were reconciled in a peace treaty. At Wilfrid 2's urging Theodore 1 sent letters to various people urging reconciliation between them and Wilfrid 2.
Event Stephen.VitWilfridi  43   Theodore 1 and Wilfrid 2 were reconciled in a peace treaty. At Wilfrid 2's urging Theodore 1 sent letters to various people urging reconciliation between them and Wilfrid 2.
Office Stephen.VitWilfridi  57 Æthelred 2 held office of King ([He] who used to reign over the kingdom of the Mercian peoples)
Office Bede.HE  iii.7 Wine 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  ii.7 Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (Bihop of London)
Office Bede.HE  ii.4 Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Office Bede.HE  Preface Nothhelm 2 held office of Priest
Status Bede.HE  iv.22 Imma 2 held status of Slave / Slave
Event Bede.HE  iv.12   Theodore 1 consecrated Hædde 2 in London
Event Bede.HE  iv.11   The coffin in which they wanted to put Sebbe 1's body was initially too short. Afterwards, however, it appeared to be of the right length to fit the body.
Event Bede.HE  iv.11   Sebbe 1 was buried in the church of St Paul.
Event Bede.HE  iv.6   Theodore 1 appointed Eorcenwald 1 bishop in London, for the East Saxons.
Event Bede.HE  iii.25   Wilfrid 2 received his ecclesiastical tonsure in the form of a crown.
Event Bede.HE  iii.7   After being expelled by Cenwealh 2, Wine 1 took refuge with Wulfhere 1 and bought from him the see of London.
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Æthelberht 3 built the church of St Paul in the city of London
Event Bede.HE  ii.3   Æthelberht 3 built the church of St Paul in the city of London
Office Bede.HE  iv.6 Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.11 Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  iv.11 Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop
Office Bede.HE  v.23 Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop
Transaction Bede.HE  ii.3   many gifts on the bishop of the church of St Paul in London and both lands and possessions for the maintenance of the bishop's retinues.
Office S1791    Ceolberht 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of London)
Office S1784    Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S1785    Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  4, pp. 15-16   Boniface 5 came to a place where there was a market for the buying and selling of merchandise.
Event ASC  <884> B, 884 C, 883 DE   They (Anonymi 952) besieged the here (Anonymi 962) at London.
Event ASC  886 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <887> B, 887 C   Alfred 8 occupied the fort at London.
Event ASC  886 ADEG, <887> B, 887 C   Alfred 8 entrusted the fortified settlement to Æthelred 1 to hold.
Event ASC  872 ADEG, <873> B, 873 C   Anonymi 34 took their winter quarters there [sc. at London].
Event ASC  872 ADEG, <873> B, 873 C   Here the here (Anonymi 34) went to London from Reading.
Event ASC  851 ADEF(OE)G, <853> B, 853 C   Three hundred and fifty ships (Anonymi 6) put Beorhtwulf 2 and his fierd (Anonymi 7) to flight.
Event ASC  911 A, <912> B, 912 CDG   Edward 2 acceded to London and Oxford and to all those lands which belonged to them.
Event ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG   The men from London (Anonymi 990) seized the ships.
Event ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG   A great part of the citizens and others (Anonymi 990) went to the fortification of the Danes (Anonymi 1013) and were put to flight.
Event ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG   The here (Anonymi 1013) built a fortification on the Lea, twenty miles above the burh at London.
Event ASC  893 A (p. 57), <894> B (p. 42), 894 C (p. 67), 894 D (p. 32), 894 G (p. 63)   Anonymi 1008 with others removed Anonymi 979 and the booty to London, and some of the ships to London and Rochester.
Event ASC  893 A (p. 57), <894> B (p. 42), 894 C (p. 67), 894 D (p. 32), 894 G (p. 63)   Anonymi 1008 and others put [the great here] (Anonymi 968) to flight.
Event ASC  893 A (p. 56), <894> B (p. 42), 894 C (p. 67), 894 D (p. 31), 894 G (p. 63)   The people towards the east (Anonymi 1008) went to London
Transaction S1247      Eorcenwald 1, bishop, to the monks of Chertsey, St Peter's 1; grant and confirmation of privileges and land
Transaction S1246      Cwengyth 1 to Eorcenwald 1, bishop; grant of 10 manentes supra vicum Londoniae
Transaction S1246      Wulfhere 1, king, to Eorcenwald 1, bishop; grant of 1 hide (mansa) iuxta London
Transaction S1165      Frithuwald 4, subregulus of Surrey, to Eorcenwald 1 and to Chertsey, St Peter's 1; grant of 200 (or 300) hides (manentes) at Chertsey and 5 at Thorpe, with 10 hides by the port of London. The property comprises land at Chertsey, Thorpe, Egham, Getinges (cf. Eaton Farm, Chobham), Molesey, Woodham in Chertsey and Hunewaldesham (lost) in Weybridge, Surrey.
Office S68    Wine 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S72    Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S1244    Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S6    Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S4    Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Event S1247      Eorcenwald 1, bishop, to the monks of Chertsey [St Peter's, Chertsey]; grant and confirmation of privileges and land
Event Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18      Helmstan 1 was anointed to episcopal rank by Ceolnoth 3.
Office Æthelnoth.ProfEpis.R7  Tit. Æthelnoth 11 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Office Æthelnoth.ProfEpis.R7    Æthelnoth 11 held office of Bishop-elect (Elect of London)
Office Ceolberht.ProfEpis.R13    Ceolberht 7 held office of Bishop-elect (elected to the episcopal see of the city of London)
Office Deorwulf.ProfEpis.R23    Deorwulf 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Office Deorwulf.ProfEpis.R23    Deorwulf 1 held office of Bishop-elect (named and elected to the episcopal see of the church of London)
Office Annals.ContBedae  574.745 Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Transaction S98      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Milred 1, bishop, and Worcester, St Peter's 1; remission of the toll due on two ships at London
Transaction S91      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Eadburg 4, abbess, and her familia in the minsters of Thanet, St Mary's 1 and Thanet, SS Peter and Paul 1; remission of half the toll due on a ship (? at London)
Transaction S88      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Ealdwulf 5, bishop, and the church of St Andrew (Rochester, St Andrew's 1); remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Transaction S86      Æthelbald 4, king of the Mercians, to Mildrith 1, abbess, and her familia in Minster-in-Thanet 1 1; remission of the toll due on one ship at London
Office S103b    Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of London)
Office S82    Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Event S91      Æthelbald 4, king of Mercians, to Eadburg 4, abbess, and her familia in the minsters of Thanet, St Mary's 1 and SS Peter and Paul, Thanet; remission of half the toll due on a ship (? at London)
Transaction S133      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the abbey of Paris, St Denis 1; grant of privileges for and confirmation of land at London, and confirmation of land at Rotherfield, Hastings and Pevensey, Sussex granted by Beorhtwald 7 and Eadbald 10
Transaction S133      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to the abbey of Paris, St Denis 1; grant of privileges for and confirmation of land at London, and confirmation of land at Rotherfield, Hastings and Pevensey, Sussex granted by Beorhtwald 7 and Eadbald 10
Transaction S132      Offa 7, rex Anglorum, to Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury; grant of 60 hides (tributaria) at Hayes and Yeading and 30 at Twickenham, Middx.
Event S132      Offa 7, rex Anglorum, to Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury; grant of 60 hides (tributaria) at Hayes and Yeading and 30 at Twickenham, Middx
Office ASC  616 AEF(OE and Lat.) Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Event ASC  604 AEF(OE and Lat.)   Æthelberht 3 granted an episcopal see in London to Mellitus 1.
Status ASC  893 A (p. 56), <894> B (p. 42), 894 C (p. 67), 894 G (p. 63) Anonymi 977 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG Anonymi 990 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC  895 A, <896> B, 896 CDG Anonymi 990 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Office ASC  897 A, <898> B, 898 CDG Heahstan 3 held office of Bishop
Transaction S170      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 20 iugera at Ibentea in the Faversham district and a further 2 in the same area.
Transaction S168      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Appincg lond in Rainham, 2 sulungs at Suithhunincg lond at Graveney near Faversham, and 2.5 hagae in Canterbury, all in Kent, in return for 126 mancuses
Transaction S168      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Appincg lond in Rainham, 2 sulungs at Suithhunincg lond at Graveney near Faversham, and 2.5 hagae in Canterbury, all in Kent, in return for 126 mancuses
Office S1431b    Osmund 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of London)
Office S1430a    Osmund 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S276    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S167    Æthelnoth 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Event S1436      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, ordered that Wulfred 6, archbishop, be despoiled of everything which belonged to his authority, and to be utterly exiled from this country, and never to return to it, either at the intercession of the Lord Pope [Paschal 2] or of the Emperor [Louis 1], or of any other person of whatsoever rank, until he had consented to this, - namely to return 300 hides of land at Ignoshomme [?Eynsham, Oxon.], and to give up 120 pounds of money.
Event S170      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 20 iugera at Ibentea in the Faversham district and a further 2 in the same area
Event S168      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Appincg lond in Rainham, 2 sulungs at Suithhunincg lond at Graveney near Faversham, and 2.5 hagae in Canterbury, all in Kent, in return for 126 mancuses
Transaction S1436      Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, from Wulfred 6, archbishop; seizure of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At a later meeting at the royal vill in London, Cenwulf 3 also took from Wulfred 6 300 manentes at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money.
Event S1194      Werenberht 2, minister and prefectus, to Wærheard 2, priest and abbot; exchange of 1 hide (cassatus) in Roxeth, Middx, formerly belonging to the vill at Greenford, Middx, for similar land
Transaction S208      Burgred 5, king of the Mercians, to Ealhhun 2, bishop (of Worcester); grant of a house and commercial rights at Ceolmundingchaga in London in exchange for 60 solidi of silver and a rent of 12 denarii.
Transaction S318      Æthelwulf 1, king of the English, to the Abbey of Saint-Denis (Paris, Saint-Denis 1); confirmation of lands at Rotherfield, Hastings, Pevensey, Sussex; and at Lundenuuic (London)
Transaction S1194      Werenberht 2, minister and prefectus, to Wærheard 2, priest and abbot; exchange of 1 hide (cassatus) in Roxeth, Middx, formerly belonging to the vill at Greenford, Middx, for similar land
Transaction S1194      Werenberht 2, minister and prefectus, to Wærheard 2, priest and abbot; exchange of 1 hide (cassatus) in Roxeth, Middx, formerly belonging to the vill at Greenford, Middx, for similar land
Office ASC (DEF)  731 DEF(OE and Lat.) Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Occupation ASC  <884> B, 884 C, 883 DEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 962 Here
Office B.VitDunstani  25 Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop
Event Lantfred.TransMiracSwithuni  13   Anonymous 541 lived in London.
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  11   He lived in London
Event ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.)   [Edgar 11] afterwards gave [Dunstan 1] [F(Lat.) substitutes: augmented (the bishopric of Worcester) with] the bishopric of London .
Office ASC  959 AF(OE and Lat.) Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop in London)
Event ASC (DEF)  910 DE   Edward 2 acceded to London, Oxford and all the lands belonging to them.
Event ASC (BC)  982 C   In that same year London was burned [sc. by Anonymi 1596].
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.14, p. 480   Anonymous 540 was a native of London.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.15, p. 480   They lived in London.
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, p. 480   He lived in London.
Event Wulfstan.NarrMetrSwithuno  i.16, pp. 480-2   Anonymous 541 proceeded on horseback from London to the tomb of Augustine 1 in Canterbury. By the medication of Augustine 1, Anonymous 541 obtained a partial remedy and was cured in one foot.
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.
Office Wulfstan Cantor.VitÆthelwoldi  11 Eadric 13 held office of Cleric
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.13-14   Edmund 24 offered Cnut 3 the north of the kingdom and a treaty was concluded.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.13   Edmund 24 despatched Zacharias 1 to Cnut 3 to conclude mutual friendship.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.11   Anonymi 1762 returned to London and sought wiser counsels.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.8   Edmund 24 passed his last winter in London.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.8   Edmund 24 entered London and soon all followed and obeyed him.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Cnut 3 entered London and sat on the throne of the kingdom.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Anonymi 1759 sent messengers to Cnut 3 and a treaty was made.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Anonymi 1759 gave the body of Æthelred 32 an honourable burial.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Æthelred 32 died.
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Cnut 3 went from London to Sheppey and wintered there
Event EncomiumEmmae  2.7   Cnut 3 ordered London to be shut in with ships.
Status EncomiumEmmae  2.7 Anonymi 1759 held status of Citizen / Citizen
Status EncomiumEmmae  2.7 Anonymi 1759 held status of Commoner / Commoner
Office EncomiumEmmae  2.7 Æthelred 32 held office of Princeps
Occupation EncomiumEmmae  2.7 Anonymi 1760 Garrison
Occupation EncomiumEmmae  2.8 Anonymi 1764 Army
Event John XIII.Ep.Z174      Following Edgar 11's letter, John 27 wrote to grant privileges for the monastery of St Peter (Westminster), as the king had asked. The members of the congregation had the right to choose their own abbots and deans.
Event S428      King Æthelstan 18 to Worcester, St Mary's; grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Werstfelda, 5 (cassati) at Cofton Hackett, 5 at Rednal in Kings Norton, 2 at Wast Hills and Hopwood in Alvechurch, all in Worcs.; and 3 at Wihtlafesfeld
Office S430    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London town)
Office S436    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S440    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S441    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S443    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop
Office S444    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop
Office S448    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S453    Ælfstan 30 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S1209    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop
Transaction S428      King Æthelstan 18 to Worcester, St Mary's 1; grant of 5 hides (manentes) at Werstfelda, 5 (cassati) at Cofton Hackett, 5 at Rednal in Kings Norton, 2 at Wast Hills and Hopwood in Alvechurch, all in Worcs.; and 3 at Wihtlafesfeld
Event Agatho.Ep.B55      Following Eorcenwald 1's request, Agatho 2 granted a privilege confirming the monastery's properties and reserving for the monastery community the right to elect the bishop.
Office BonifaceIV.Ep.B10    Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop
Office Agatho.Ep.B55    Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop
Office S512    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop
Office S508    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S507    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S506    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S503    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S502    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S498    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S497    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S496    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S496    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S495    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S493    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Winchester)
Office S493    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S491    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S490    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S489    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S488    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S487    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S486    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S485    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S483    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S483    Theodred 3 held office of Pontifex (pontifex of the cathedral of London)
Office S482    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S480    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S478    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S477    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S475    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S471    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of Canterbury)
Office S470    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S467    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S465    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S464    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S461    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S526    Ælfheah 19 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S578    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S573    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S558    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S542    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S545    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S534    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S536    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S531    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S533    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S528    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S529    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S526    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S527    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S523    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S525    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S521    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S522a    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S517b    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S519    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S517a    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S517    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S532    Oda 1 held office of Archbishop (archbishop of the church of Canterbury)
Event Boniface.Ep.T50  p. 84   A synod of the church of the Saxons, held in London and convoked by Augustine 1, Laurence 2, Justus 1 and Mellitus 1, declared that the union between a man and a woman related in the third grade would be incestuous.
Office S611    Beorhthelm 17 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   The here (Anonymi 2297) went with their ships from London into the Orwell and travelled up it and went to the Mercians (Anonymi 2314).
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   [The here] (Anonymi 2297) besieged the burh [at London], attacking it vigorously by water and by land.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   The here (Anonymi 2297) immediately went to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   [Edmund 24] delivered the dwellers in the burh [at London] (Anonymi 2328) and drove the here (Anonymi 2297) in flight to their ships.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   Edmund 24 went to London, [C: keeping to the north of the Thames and then out through Clay Hanger].
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Anonymi 2308 often resolutely fought against the burh [of London].
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   CDEF(OE): The ships (Anonymi 2308) came to Greenwich at Rogationtide [= 7-9 May] and within a short time went to London. F(Lat) has instead: Then the fleet of Cnut 3 (Anonymi 2308) came to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   All the witan [CDE: who were in London; F(OE): of England] (Anonymi 2309) and the dwellers in the burh (Anonymi 2328) chose Edmund 24 as king.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Cnut 3 went with all his ships (Anonymi 2308) towards London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDEF(OE)   Edmund 24 went to London to his father [sc. Æthelred 32].
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   When it was made known to Æthelred 32 that he would be betrayed, then he left the fierd (Anonymi 2347) and went back to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   The king [sc. Æthelred 32] was sent for in London and asked to come to meet the fierd (Anonymi 2347) with the assistance that he might solicit (Anonymi 2301).
Event ASC (C-F)  1014 D   Ælfwig 13 was consecrated as bishop of York in London on St Juliana's Day [= 16 February].
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   The dwellers in the burh at London gave hostages (Anonymi 2279) [to Swein 1].
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE)   The dwellers in the burh at London (Anonymi 2324) submitted [to Swein 1] because they were afraid that they would be destroyed.
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Swein 1 then went from there [sc. London] to Wallingford and [CDE: then over the Thames westwards] to Bath.
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   When [Swein 1] came to the burh [sc. at London] the dwellers in the burh (Anonymi 2324) would not submit and waged complete war against him because Æthelred 32 and Thorkell 1 were with them.
Event ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   [Swein 1] went from there [sc. Winchester] eastwards to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   They [sc. Eadnoth 11 and Ælfhun 4 and Anonymi 2265) buried him [sc. Ælfheah 44] in St Paul's minster.
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Eadnoth 11 and Ælfhun 4 and the dwellers in the burh (Anonymi 2265) [F(Lat.) has instead: also the citizens of London] received him [sc. Ælfheah 44] [CD: with every mark of respect] [CD: sc. in London; EF(OE and Lat.): sc. in Canterbury].
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   CDF(OE): In the morning the body [sc. of Ælfheah 44] was carried to London. [EF(Lat.) have: Then Eadnoth 11 and Ælfhun 4 and the dwellers in the burh (Anonymi 2265) received the holy body (sc. of Ælfheah 44) and bore it to London with every mark of respect.]
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   [CDE: Eadric 35 and] the witan (Anonymi 2256) were in London until the tribute of 48,000 [EF(OE and Lat.) have: 8,000] pounds was completely paid after Easter.
Event ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Here [CDE: in this year Eadric 35 and] the witan (Anonymi 2256) came to London before Easter and stayed until the tribute was paid after Easter.
Event ASC (C-F)  1009 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   They [sc. Anonymi 2242] were warned that a fierd against them was mustering in London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1009 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   A fierd (Anonymi 2247) gathered in London against them [sc. Anonymi 2242].
Event ASC (C-F)  1009 CDE   They [sc. Anonymi 2242] were often fighting against the burh at London but it remained unharmed and they always suffered injury.
Event ASC (C-F)  1009 CDE   Those that were on the ships (Anonymi 2239) brought them back to London and thus inconsiderately abandoned the labour of the people.
Event ASC (C-F)  994 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Olaf 5, Swein 1 and the [occupants] of the ships (Anonymi 2198) attacked London but were mauled by its inhabitants (Anonymi 2199) and withdrew.
Event ASC (C-F)  994 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Here [CDE: in this year] Olaf 5 and Swein 1 came to London with 94 ships (Anonymi 2198) on the Nativity of St Mary [= 8 September].
Event ASC (C-F)  992 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   The king [sc. Æthelred 32] and all his witan (Anonymi 2191) decided that all the ships which were of any use be assembled in London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   The here (Anonymi 2297) brought their ships to London.
Event ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE   They [sc. Anonymi 2297] took their winter quarters inside there [sc. London].
Event ASC (C-F)  1017 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   In this year Eadric 35 and other named persons were killed. [F(OE and Lat.) has: Eadric 35 was slain very rightly; F(OE) adds: in London.]
Event ASC (C-F)  1018 CDEF(OE and Lat.)   Here in this year gafol was paid over all England--that was 72,000 pounds in all--apart from what the dwellers in the burh at London (Anonymi 2346) paid--that was ten and a half [EF(OE and Lat.): eleven] thousand pounds.
Event ASC (C-F)  1022 CDE   Here Cnut 3 went out with his ships (Anonymi 2339) to [the Isle of] Wight.
Event ASC (C-F)  1022 CDE   Here Cnut 3 went out with his ships (Anonymi 2339) to [the Isle of] Wight.
Status ASC (C-F)  994 CDE Anonymi 2199 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1012 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 2265 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE) Anonymi 2279 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 F(Lat.) Anonymi 2279 held status of Hostage / Hostage
Status ASC (C-F)  1013 CDEF(OE) Anonymi 2324 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE Anonymi 2328 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1016 CDE Anonymi 2328 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Status ASC (C-F)  1018 CDEF(OE and Lat.) Anonymi 2346 held status of Burhwara / Burhwara
Office ASC (C-F)  1014 D Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (Bishop at London)
Occupation ASC (C-F)  1009 CDE Anonymi 2247 Fierd
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 C   He [sc. Cnut 3] had the relics of St Ælfheah 44 taken from London to Canterbury after [his return to England].
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 D   Here Cnut 3 gave permission to various people to disinter St Ælfheah 44 and this was duly done.
Event ASC (C-F)  1023 EF(OE and Lat.)   [F: In that same year] Æthelnoth 43 bore the relics of Archbishop St Ælfheah 44 from London to Canterbury [F(Lat.) substitutes: to his own see].
Event ASC (C-F)  1042 CD, 1041 EF(OE and Lat.)   All the people [DEF(OE and Lat.): chose] [CD: (and) received] Edward 15 as king [CD add: as was fitting for him; EF(OE and Lat) add: in London, before he (sc. Harthacnut 1) had been buried].
Occupation ASC (C-F)  1036 E Anonymi 2363 Lithsman
Event S318      Æthelwulf 1, king of the English, to the Abbey of Saint-Denis (Paris, St Denis); confirmation of lands at Rotherfield, Hastings, Pevensey, Sussex; and at Lundenuuic (London)
Office S1293    Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S820    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S809    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S799    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (archbishop of the church of London)
Office S798    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S788    Ælfstan 39 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S786    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the cathedral of London)
Office S760    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S759    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S758    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S757    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S746    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S745    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S738    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S737    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S728    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S726    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S724    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.4 (p. 52)   Æthelbald 4 assumed the prelacy of the city of York in the citadel at London.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 49)   The Danes (Anonymi 2531) were held besieged on an island in the marsh, Thorney. Æthelred 1 set out from London and helped Edward 2.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46)   Alfred 8 besieged London and was well received by all (Anonymi 2534).
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40)   Anonymi 34 laid out a camp in the environs of London.
Event Æthelweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31)   Likewise this [scil., a great slaughter] was done in the city of London and in Quentovic and in the town of Rochester.
Occupation Æthelweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46) Anonymi 2559 Military band
Event ASC (F)  996 F(OE and Lat.)   Here Wulfstan 41 was consecrated as bishop of London.
Office ASC (F)  996 F(OE and Lat.) Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (Bishop of London)
Office NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 15r.6.iii Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop (Bishop of the East Saxons)
Transaction S1488      Ælfric 46, archbishop, to St Albans 1; bequest of the estate in London which he had bought with his own money, and all of his books.
Transaction S940      Wulfstan 47, king's priest, to Chester, St Peter's 1 Abbey; grant of a wharf near Fischuthe in London
Transaction S940      King Æthered 36 to Chester, St Peter's 1 Abbey; grant of privileges at a wharf near Fischuthe in London bequeathed to Chertsey 1 Abbey by Wulfstan 47, the king's priest
Office S1457    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S1495    Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S934    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S934    Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S931b    Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the city of London)
Office S914    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S909    Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S899    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S898    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S892    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S891    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S889    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S887    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S886    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S885    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S883    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S882    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S881    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S879    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S878    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S877    Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S876    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S869    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S865    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S861    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S859    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the town of London)
Office S842    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S838    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Event S1457      The title deeds to Snodland, Kent which had been given to the monastery by Æscwynn 1, Ælfric 80's mother, were stolen by the priests and given for money to Ælfric 80. Following his death the church petitioned his widow [Beorhtwaru 1] and the king for their return. This was granted at London along with compensation for their theft which included land at Bromley and at Fawkham, Kent.
Transaction S1497      Æthelgifu 15 to Ælfwald 56 and Ælfheah 47 [the latter's son?]; bequest of the messuage in London, each to take a half.
Office S995    Ælfweard 35 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S983    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S981    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office S976    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S974    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S959    Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Transaction S1328      Oswald 8, archbishop, to Beorhtric 17; lease, for two lives, of 5 hides (mansae) at Brightwell Baldwin, Oxon., with reversion to the church of Worcester 1
Event S1328      Oswald 8, archbishop, to Beorhtric 17; lease, for two lives, of 5 hides (mansae) at Brightwell Baldwin, Oxon., with reversion to the church of Worcester
Transaction S1489      Bishop Ælfric 115 to St Peter's [? Westminster 1]; bequest of a haga in London
Transaction S1463      King Cnut 3 to Peterborough 1; confirmation of liberties granted by King Edgar 11 and of fenland at Whittlesey Mere, Hunts. acquired by Abbot Ælfsige 84 from Thored 8
Office S1380    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Office S1378    Æthelstan 53 held office of Bishop (bishop of the church of London)
Event S1463      Confirmation of liberties granted by King Edgar 11 to Peterborough 1 and of fenland at Whittlesey Mere, Hunts. acquired by Abbot Ælfsige 84 from Thored 8
Event S1377      A woman [Anonymous 1044] and her son [Anonymous 1055] were found 'to have driven iron pins into Wulfstan 27's father, Ælfsige 57'. The woman was drowned at London Bridge and her son escaped and became an outlaw. Their land was confiscated by King Edgar 11 and given to Ælfsige 57.
Transaction S1786      Cenred 2, king of the Mercians, to London, St Paul's 1; renewing privileges granted by King Æthelberht 3
Office S1526    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of the people of London)
Event Æthelstan.Laws      These are the ordinances which have been agreed upon and confirmed with solemn declarations in our association, by the bishops and reeves who belong to London - by both eorls and ceorls - as a supplement to the decrees which were promulgated at Grately, at Exeter, and at Thundersfield ... The following are some of the concluding statements to this ordinance: All the councillors all together gave their pledge to the archbishop at Thunderfield, when Ælfheah 18 Stybb and Beorhtnoth 15, Odda 5's son, came to that assembly at the king's command, that every reeve should receive the pledge in his own shire, that they would all maintain that peace as King Æthelstan 18 and his councillors had enacted it, first at Grately and again at Exeter, and afterwards at Faversham, and a fourth time at Thunderfield in the presence of the archbishop and all the bishops and his councillors, whom the king himself nominated, who were present; that the decrees which were established in this assembly should be observed, except those which had been repealed: namely Sunday marketing, and that one might with full and true witness buy outside a town. … The king has now again spoken to his councillors at Whittlebury, and has sent word to the archbishop by Bishop Theodred 3 that it seemed too cruel to him etc.
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Beorhthelm 17 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Theodred 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ealhstan 15 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelweard 12 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wulfsige 14 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Heahstan 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Swithwulf 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Deorwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ceolberht 7 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Osmund 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Æthelnoth 11 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Eadbald 8 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Hathoberht 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Edgar 5 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cenwealh 3 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wigheah 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Eadberht 23 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Ecgwulf 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Office Anon.EpisList4    Cedd 1 held office of Bishop (bishop of London)
Event S877      Charter from a great moot at London detailing and condemning the crimes of Wulfbald 3. The judgement is embedded in a grant by Æthelred 32 to his mother, Ælfthryth 8, of land forfeited by Wulfbald 3.
Event Edmund.Laws      King Edmund 14 has convened at London, during the holy season of Easter, a great assembly both of the ecclesiastical and secular estates. Archbishop Oda 1 and Archbishop Wulfstan 14 and many other bishops have there been taking counsel for the welfare of their own souls and the souls of those who have been placed under their charge.
Office S540    Theodred 3
Office Ælfric.VitÆthelwoldi  7 Eadric 13 held office of Cleric
Office S446    Theodred 3
Event Willibald.VitBonifatii  5, pp. 20-1   Boniface 5 finally departed. He first reached London (Lundenwich), embarked on a ship and arrived at Cuentwick. Then he and his companions (Anonymi 758) visited many churches, crossed the Alps and reached Rome.
Office S1458    Ælfstan 40
Transaction S877      Æthelred 32 from Wulfbald 3; seizure of 3.5 (sulunga) at Brabourne, 3.5 at Evegate, 2 at Burhwarefelda, 3 at Nackington, 3 at Chalk and 1 at Wirigenn (? Perry), Kent, forfeited by Wulfbald 3 for many crimes
Office S391    Æthelred 28 held office of Bishop (bishop of the town of London)
Transaction S208      Ceolmund 5, praefectus, to Burgred 5, king of the Mercians; sale of land at Ceolmundingchaga in London
Transaction S133      Two brothers, Agonwala 1 and Sigrinus 1, to the abbey of Paris, Saint-Denis 1; grant of land in the port of London
Transaction S1450      King Edgar 11 to the church of St Peter, Westminster 1; restoration of 5 hides (mansiunculae) on the north side of the river Thames between the Tyburn and the Fleet, Middx, with an additional grant of 5 hides at Blecceanham (Blechenham, lost, in Hendon). The monastery paid 120 gold solidi in bracelet.
Transaction S346      Alfred 8, king of the English and the Saxons, and Æthelred 1, subregulus et patricius Merciorum, to Wærfrith 6, bishop of Worcester 1; grant of land æt Hwætmundes stane in London, with commercial privileges
Transaction S1786      King Æthelberht 3 to London, St Paul's 1; granting liberties to London, St Paul's 1.
Transaction S1790      Offa 7, king of the Mercians, to London, St Paul's 1; extension of liberties
Event Leo III.Ep.B288    Leo 1 Pope Leo 1 III to Cenwulf, king of the Mercians; letter explaining that he will not consent to moving the metropolitan dignity from Canterbury to London.
Office S1000    Ælfweard 35
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1045 Ælfweard 35 Bishop of London
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050; D 1051; E 1047 Sperhafoc 1 Bishop of London
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050   King Edward 15 held a council at London in mid-Lent and appointed Robert 5 as archbishop of Canterbury and he appointed Abbot Sperhafoc 1 to London, and gave Bishop Rodulf 1, his kinsman [mæge], the abbacy of Abingdon.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050; D 1051; E 1048   At a council in London at mid Lent, King Edward 15 appointed Robert 5 as archbishop of Canterbury, and Abbot Sperhafoc 1 bishop of London.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1052   Eustace 1, who had married King Edward 15’s sister [Gode 2], landed at Dover. Then his men [Anonymi 10005] went foolishly looking for billets and killed a certain man of the town [Anonymous 10016], and another of the townsmen [Anonymous 10017] [killed] their comrades, so that 7 of his comrades [gefera] [Anonymi 10006] were struck down. And great damage was done on either side with horses and with weapons until the people assembled, and then Eustace 1’s men fled to the king at Gloucester, who granted them protection.

Then Earl Godwine 51 was indignant that such things should happen in his earldom, and he began to gather his people from all over his earldom, and Earl Swein 3 his son did the same over all his, and Harold 3 his other son over all his. And they all assembled in Gloucestershire at Langtree, a great and innumerable force all ready to do battle against the king unless Eustace 1 were surrendered and his men handed over to them, as well as the Frenchmen [Anonymi 10007] who were in the castle. This was done a week before the feast of St Mary [8 September].

King Edward 15 was then residing at Gloucester. He sent for Earl Leofric 49, and to the north for Earl Siweard 11, and asked for their troops. And they came to him at first with a small force, but after they had understood how things were in the south, they sent north throughout all their earldoms and had a great army [fyrd] called out for the help of their lord [hlaford], and Ralph 1 [John of Worcester says: son of Gode 2, King Edward 15’s sister] did the same throughout his earldom; and they all came to Gloucester to the help of the king, though it was late. They were all so much in agreement with the king that they were willing to attack the army of Godwine 51 if the king had wished them to do so.

Then some of them thought it would be a great piece of folly if they joined battle, for in the two hosts there was most of what was noblest in England, and they considered that they would be opening a way for our enemies to enter the country and to cause great ruin among ourselves. They advised the exchange of hostages, and they issued summonses for a meeting at London; the folk throughout all this northern province, in Siweard 11’s earldom and Leofric 49’s and elsewhere, were ordered to go there. And Earl Godwine 51 and his sons were to come there to defend themselves. Then they came to Southwark, and a great number of them from Wessex, but his force dwindled more and more as time passed. And all the thegns [Anonymi 10008] of Earl Harold 3 his son were transferred to the king’s allegiance, and Earl Swein 3 his other son was outlawed. Then it did not suit him to come to defend himself against the king and against the force that was with the king.

Then Godwine 51 went away by night, and next morning the king held a meeting of his council and he and all the army declared him an outlaw, and all his sons with him. And he went south to Thorney and so did his wife [Gytha 1] and his sons Swein 3 and Tosti 2, with his wife [Judith 2] who was a kinswoman [mage] of Baldwin 4 of Bruges [Baldwines æt Brycge], and his son Gyrth 1. And Earl Harold 3 and Leofwine 69 went to Bristol to the ship which Earl Swein 3 had equipped and provisioned for himself. And the king sent Bishop Ealdred 37 from London with a force, and they were to intercept him before he got on board, but they could not – or would not. And he went out from the estuary of the Avon, and had such stiff weather that he escaped with difficulty, and he suffered great losses there. He continued his course to Ireland when sailing weather came. And Godwine 51 and those who were with him went from Thorney to Bruges, to Baldwin 4’s country, in one ship with as much treasure for each person as they could stow away. It would have seemed remarkable to everyone in England if anybody had told them that it could happen, because he had been exalted so high, even to the point of ruling the king and all England, and his sons were earls and the king’s favourites [dyrlingas], and his daughter [Eadgyth 3] was married to the king. She was brought to Wherwell and they entrusted her to the abbess [Anonymous 10018].

Then forthwith Earl William 1 came from overseas with a great force [werod] of Frenchmen, and the king received him and as many of his companions [gefera] as suited him, and let him go again.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1050; E1048   King Edward 15 gave the abbacy of Abingdon to his kinsman, Bishop Rodulf 1.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1048   Then Eustace 1 came from overseas, and went to the king and told him what he wished, and then went homewards. When he came east to Canterbury, he and his men took refreshment there, and went to Dover. When he was some miles or more on this side of Dover he put on his corselet [byrne] and all his companions [gefera] did likewise. So they went to Dover. When they got there, they wished to lodge where it suited their own convenience. Then one of Eustace 1’s men [Anonymous 10019] came and wished to stay at the home of a householder [husbonda] [Anonymous 10016] against his will, and he wounded the householder, and the householder killed him. Then Eustace 1 got upon his horse and his companions upon theirs, and went to the householder and killed him upon his own hearth, and afterwards they went up towards the town and killed, within and without, more than 20 men [Anonymi 10009]. And the townsmen killed 19 men [Anonymi 10010] on the other side and wounded they did not know how many. And Eustace 1 escaped with a few men and went back to the king and gave him a prejudiced account of how they had fared, and the king grew very angry with the townsmen.

And the king sent for Earl Godwine 51 and ordered him to carry war into Kent to Dover because Eustace 1 had informed the king that it was more the townsmen’s fault than his. But it was not so. And the earl would not consent to this expedition because he was reluctant to injure his own province. Then the king sent for all his council and ordered them to come to Gloucester near the later feast of St Mary. The foreigners [wielisc] [Anonymi 10007] then had built a castle in Herefordshire in Earl Swein 3’s province, and had inflicted every possible injury and insult upon the king’s men in those parts. Then Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Swein 3 and Earl Harold 3 came together at Beaverstone, and many men with them, and intending to go to their royal lord and to all the councillors who were assembled with him, so that they should have the advice and support of the king and of all the councillors as to how they should avenge the insult to the king and to all the people. Then the foreigners went beforehand to the king and accused the earls, so that they were not allowed to come into his sight, because, they said, they meant to come and betray the king.

Earl Siweard 11 and Earl Leofric 49 had come there to the king and a large company with them from the north, and Earl Godwine 51 and his sons were informed that the king and the men who were with them meant to take measures against them. And they strengthened themselves firmly in reply, though they were reluctant to have to stand against their royal lord. Then the councillors gave advice that evil doing should cease on both side, and the king gave the peace of God, and his complete friendship to both sides.

Then the king and his councillors decided that there should be a meeting of all the councillors a second time at London at the autumnal equinox, and the king ordered the force to be called out on both south of the Thames and in the north, all the best of them. Then Earl Swein 3 was declared an outlaw and Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Harold 3 were ordered to come to the meeting as quickly as ever they could make the journey. Then they got there they were summoned to the meeting. Then Godwine 51 asked for safe conduct and hostages, so that he could come to the meeting, and leave it, without being betrayed. Then the king asked for all those thegns that the earls had had, and they were all handed over to him. Then the king sent to them again and ordered them to come with 12 men into the king’s council. Then the earl again asked for a safe conduct and hostages so that he might be allowed to exculpate himself of all charges that were brought against him. But he was refused hostages and granted 5 days’ safe conduct to leave the country.

Then Earl Godwine 51 and Earl Swein 3 went to Bosham and there launched their ships and went overseas and sought Baldwin 4’s protection, and stayed there all winter. Earl Harold 3 went west to Ireland, and was there all the winter under that king’s protection [prob. Diarmait 1, king of Leinster].

And as soon as this had happened the king put away the lady who was consecrated his queen [Eadgyth 3], and deprived her of all that she owned, land and gold and silver and everything; and entrusted her to his sister at Wherwell [Anonymous 10018].
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1052; E 1048   Swein 3 was outlawed.
Office ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1052; E 1048 William 2 held office of Bishop
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CD 1052   Earl Harold 3 came from Ireland with his ships to the mouth of Somerset and Devon, and there did much damage, and the local people gathered together against him out of Somerset and Devon, and he put them to flight and killed more than 30 good thegns, apart from other people, and immediately after that he went round Land’s End. Then King Edward 15 had 40 small boats manned which lay at Sandwich in order that they might keep watch for Earl Godwine 51, who was in Bruges that winter. But despite this, he got into this country without their knowing anything about it. And while he was here in this country he enticed all the men of Kent and all the sailors [butsecarl] from the district of Hastings and from the region round about there by the sea coast, and all Essex and Surrey and much else beside. Then they all said they would live and die with him. When the fleet that was lying at Sandwich found out about Godwine 51’s expedition, they set out after him; and he escaped them, and the fleet turned back to Sandwich, and so homeward to London. When Godwine 51 found out that the fleet that had been lying at Sandwich was on its way home, he went back again to the Isle of Wight, and lay off the coast there long enough for Earl Harold 3 his son to join him. And they would not do any great harm afterwards except that they lived off the countryside. But they enticed all the local people to their side, both along the sea coast and inland also. And they went towards Sandwich and kept on collecting all the sailors that they met, and so they came to Sandwich with an overwhelming force. When Edward 15 found out about this, he sent inland for more help, but it came very slowly, and Godwine 51 kept on advancing towards London with his fleet until he came to Southwark, where he waited some time until the tide came up. In that interval he treated with the citizens so that they nearly all wanted what he wanted. When Godwine 51 had arranged all his expedition, the tide came in, and they forthwith weighed anchor and proceeded through the bridge always keeping to the southern bank, and the land force came from above and drew themselves up along the shore, and they formed a wing with their ships as if they meant to encircle the king’s ships. The king had also a large land force on his side in addition to the sailors. But it was hateful to almost all of them to fight against men of their own race, for there was little else that was worth anything apart from Englishmen on either side; and also they did not wish the country to be laid the more open to foreigners through their destroying each other. Then it was decided that wise men should go between parties, and they made a truce on both sides. And Godwine 51 and his son Harold 3 went ashore and as many of their sailors as suited them, and then there was a meeting of the council, and Godwine 51 was given his earldom unconditionally and as fully and completely as he had ever held it, and all his sons all that they had held before, and his wife [Gytha 1] and his daughter [Eadgyth 3] as fully and completely as they had held it before. And they confirmed full friendship with them, and promised the full benefits of the laws to all the people. And they outlawed all the Frenchmen who had promoted injustices and passed unjust judgments and given bad counsel in this country, with the exception, they decided, of as many as the king should wish to have with him, who were loyal to him and to all the people. And Archbishop Robert 5 and Bishop William 2 and Bishop Ulf 13 escaped with difficulty with the Frenchmen who were with them and so got away overseas.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1052   The king and his council decided that ships should be sent to Sandwich, and they appointed Earl Ralph 1 and Earl Odda 8 as their captains [heafodmannum]. Then Earl Godwine 51 went out from Bruges with his ships to the Isere, and put out to sea a day before the eve of the midsummer festival, so that he came to Dungeness, which is south of Romney. Then it came to the knowledge of the earls out at Sandwich, and they then went out in pursuit of the other ships, and a land force was called out against the ships. Then meanwhile Earl Godwine 51 was warned; and he went to Pevensey, and the storm became so violent that the earls could not find out what had happened to Earl Godwine 51. And then Earl Godwine 51 put out again so that he got back to Bruges, and the other ships went back again to Sandwich. Then it was decided that the ships should go back again to London, and that other earls and other oarsmen [hasæta] should be appointed to them. But there was so long a delay that the naval expedition was quite abandoned and all the men went home. Earl Godwine 51 found out about this and hoisted his sail – and so did his fleet – and they went westward direct to the Isle of Wight and there landed, and ravaged there so long that the people paid them as much as they imposed on them, and then they went westward until they came to Portland and landed there, and did whatever damage they could. Then Harold 3 had come from Ireland with 9 ships, and he landed at Porlock, and there was a great force gathered there to oppose him, but he did not hesitate to obtain provisions for himself, and he landed and killed a great part of the force that opposed him, and seized for himself what came his way in cattle, men, and property; and then he went east to his father, and they both went eastward until they came to the Isle of Wight, and there took what they had left behind them. Then they went on to Pevensey and took with them as many ships as were serviceable and so proceeded to Dungeness. And he took all the ships that were at Romney and Hythe and Folkestone, and then they went east to Dover and landed and seized ships for themselves and as many hostages as they wished. So they came to Sandwich and there they did exactly the same, and everywhere they were given hostages and provisions wherever they asked for them. They went on to Northmouth [Kentish Stour] and so towards London, and some of the ships went within Sheppey and did much damage there, and they went to Milton Regis and burnt it down to the ground. Thus they proceeded on their way to London in pursuit of the earls. When they came to London the king and earls were all lying there with 50 ships ready to meet them. Then the earls sent to the king and asked him legally to return to them all those things of which they had been unjustly deprived. But the king refused for some time – for so long that the men who were with the earl were so incensed against the king and against his men that the earl himself had difficulty calming those men. Then Bishop Stigand 1 with the help of God went there and the wise men both inside the city and without, and they decided that hostages should be arranged for on both sides. And so it was done. Then Archbishop Robert 5 found out about this, and the Frenchmen, so that they took horses and departed, some west to Pentecost’s castle, and some north to Robert 5’s castle. And Archbishop Robert 5 and Bishop Ulf 13 and their companions went out at the east gate and killed or otherwise injured many young men, and went right on to Eadulfesness [The Naze, Essex], and he there got on board a broken-down ship, and went right on overseas, and left behind him his pallium and all the Church in this country. This was God’s will, in that he had obtained the dignity when it was not God’s will. Then a big council was summoned outside London, and all the earls and the chief men who were in the country were at the council. Then Earl Godwine 51 expounded his case, and cleared himself before King Edward 15, his lord [hlaford], and before all his country-men, declaring that he was guiltless of the charges brought against him, and against Harold 3 his son and all his children. Then the king granted the earl and his children his full friendship and full status as an earl, and all that he had had. And all the men who were with him were treated likewise. And the king gave the lady [Eadgyth 3] all that she had had. And Archbishop Robert 5 was declared utterly an outlaw, and all the Frenchmen too, because they were most responsible for the disagreement between Earl Godwine 51 and the king.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1055   MS C: There was a council at London, and Earl Ælfgar 46, son of Earl Leofric 49, was outlawed without any guilt; and he then went to Ireland and there got himself a fleet – it was 18 ships apart from his own – and then they went to Wales to King Gruffudd 1 [ap Llewelyn] with that force, and he took him into his protection. And then they gathered a large force with the Irishmen and with the Welsh, and Earl Ralph 1 gathered a large force against them at Hereford town, and there battle was joined. But before any spear was thrown the English army fled because they were on horseback, and many were killed there – about four or five hundred men – and they killed none in return. And then they went back to the town and burnt it with the glorious minster which Æthelstan 64 the venerable bishop had had built. They stripped and robbed it of relics and vestments and everything, and killed the people and some they carried off. Then a force was collected from very nearly all over England, and they came to Gloucester, and went a little way out into Wales, and stayed there for some time. And Earl Harold 3 had a ditch made about the town during that time. Then meanwhile peace was discussed and Earl Harold 3 and those who were with him came to Billingsley and there confirmed peace and friendship between them. And Ælfgar 46 was reinstated and given all that had been taken from him, and the fleet went to Chester and there waited for their pay which Earl Ælfgar 46 promised them. This slaughter was on 24 October.

MS D: Earl Ælfgar 46, Earl Leofric 49’s son, was outlawed, having committed hardly any crime. But he went to Ireland and Wales and got himself a large force and so came to Hereford. But Earl Ralph 1 came against him with a large force, but after a little struggle this was put to flight and many people killed in the flight. The invaders then went to Hereford town and ravaged it, and burnt the glorious minster which Bishop Æthelstan 64 had built, and killed the priests inside the minster and many others as well, and captured all the treasures and took them away. And when they had done the greatest damage, it was decided to reinstate Earl Ælfgar 46 and give him his earldom, and all that had been taken from him. This devastation happened on 24 October.

MS E: Earl Ælfgar 46 was outlawed because he was charged with being a traitor to the king and to all the people of the country. And he admitted this before all the people who were assembled there, though the words escaped him against his will. ... and Earl Ælfgar 46 sought the protection of Gruffudd 1 in Wales; and in this year Gruffudd 1 and Ælfgar 46 burned down St Æthelberht’s minster and all the city of Hereford.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  CDE 1055   MS C: There was a council at London, and Earl Ælfgar 46, son of Earl Leofric 49, was outlawed without any guilt.

MS D: Earl Ælfgar 46, Earl Leofric 49’s son, was outlawed, having committed hardly any crime.

MS E: Earl Ælfgar 46 was outlawed because he was charged with being a traitor to the king and to all the people of the country. And he admitted this before all the people who were assembled there, though the words escaped him against his will.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  E 1057   Edward 18 was buried in St Paul's, London.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  C 1066   Earl Tosti 2 came from overseas into the Isle of Wight with as large a fleet as he could muster, and both money and provisions were given them him. And then he went away from there and did damage everywhere along the sea coast wherever he could reach, until he came to Sandwich. When King Harold 3, who was in London, was informed that his brother Tosti 2 was come to Sandwich, he assembled a naval force and a land force larger than any king had assembled before in this country, because he had been told as a fact that Count William 1 from Normandy, King Edward 15’s kinsman, meant to come here and subdue this country. This was exactly what happened afterwards. When Tosti 2 found that King Harold 3 was on his way to Sandwich, he went from Sandwich and took some of the sailors with him, some willingly, some unwillingly, and then went north to [ ] and ravaged in Lindsey and killed many good men there. When Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3 understood about this, they came there and drove him out of the country; and then he went to Scotland, and the king of the Scots [Malcolm 5 Canmore] gave him protection, and helped him with provisions, and he stayed there all the summer. Then King Harold 3 came to Sandwich and waited for his fleet there, because it was long before it could be assembled, he went to the Isle of Wight and lay there all that summer and autumn; and a land force was kept everywhere along by the sea, though in the end it was no use. When it was the feast of the Nativity of St Mary [8 September], the provisions of the people were gone, and nobody could keep them there any longer. Then the men were allowed to go home, and the king rode inland, and the ships were brought up to London, and many perished before they reached there. When the ships came home, Harald 5, king of Norway [cynge on Norwegan], came by surprise north into the Tyne with a very large naval force – no small one: it could be [ ] or more. And Earl Tosti 2 came to him with all those he had mustered, just as they had agreed beforehand, and they both went with all the fleet up the Ouse towards York. Then King Harold 3 in the south was informed when he disembarked that Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 were come ashore near York. Then he went northwards day and night as quickly as he could assemble his force. Then before Harold 3 could get there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 assembled from their earldom as large a force as they could muster, and fought against the invaders and caused them heavy casualties, and many of the English host were killed and drowned and put to flight, and the Norwegians remained masters of the field [Fulford]. And this fight was on the eve of St Matthew the Apostle, and that was a Wednesday. And then after the fight Harald 5, king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 went into York with as large a force as suited them, and they were given hostages from the city and also helped with provisions, and so went from there on board ship and settled a complete peace, arranging that they should all go with him southwards and subdue this country. Then in the middle of these proceedings Harold 3, king of the English [Engla cyningc], came on the Sunday with all his force to Tadcaster, and there marshalled his troops, and then on Monday went right on through York. And Harald 5 king of Norway, and Earl Tosti 2 and their divisions were gone inland beyond York to Stamford Bridge, because they had been promised for certain that hostages would be brought to them there out of all the shire. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came against them by surprise beyond the bridge, and there they joined battle, and went on fighting strenuously till late in the day. And there Harald 5, king of Norway, was killed and Earl Tosti 2, and numberless men with them both Norwegians and English, and the Norwegians fled from the English. There was one of the Norwegians [Anonymous 10023] there who withstood the English host so that they could not cross the bridge nor win victory. Then an Englishman [Anonymous 10024] shot an arrow, but it was no use, and then another [Anonymous 10025] came under the bridge and stabbed him under the corselet. Then Harold 3, king of the English, came over the bridge and his host with him, and there killed large numbers of both Norwegians and Flemings, and Harold 3 let the king’s son Mundus 1 go home to Norway go home to Norway with all the ships.
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  D 1066   Earl Tosti 2 came from overseas into the Isle of Wight with as large a fleet as he could muster, and both money and provisions were given him. And King Harold 3 and his brother assembled a naval force and a land force larger than any king had assembled before in this country, because he had been told that William 1 the Bastard [Wyllelm Bastard] meant to come here and subdue this country. This was exactly what happened afterwards. Meanwhile Earl Tosti 2 came into the Humber with 60 ships and Earl Edwin 33 came with a land force and drove him out, and the sailors deserted him. And he went to Scotland with 12 small vessels, and there Harald 5, king of Norway, met him with 300 ships, and Tosti 2 submitted to him and became his vassal [him to beah 7 his man wearth]; and they both went up the Humber until they reached York. And there Earl Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 his brother fought against them; but the Norwegians had the victory. Harold 3, king of the English, was informed that things had gone thus; and the fight was on the Vigil of St Matthew [20 September]. Then Harold 3 our king came upon the Norwegians by surprise and met them beyond York at Stamford Bridge with a large force of the English people; and that day there was a very fierce fight on both sides. There was killed Harald 5 Fairhair [Harfagera recte Hardrada] and Earl Tosti 2, and the Norwegians who survived took to flight; and the English attacked them fiercely as they pursued them until some got to the ships. Some were drowned, and some burned, and some destroyed in various ways so that few survived and the English remained in command of the field. The king gave quarter to Olaf 8 [Olafe], son of the Norse king [Norna cyng], and their bishop [Anonymous 10021] and the earl of Orkney [Anonymous 10022]and all those who survived on the ships, and they went up to our king and swore oaths that they would always keep peace and friendship with this country; and the king let them go home with 24 ships. These two pitched battles were fought within five nights. Then Count William 1 came from Normandy to Pevensey on Michaelmas eve, and as soon as they were able to move on they built a castle at Hastings. King Harold 3 was informed of this and he assembled a large army and came against him at the hoary apple-tree. And William 1 came against him by surprise before his army was drawn up in battle array. But the king nevertheless fought hard against him, with the men who were willing to support him, and there were heavy casualties on both sides. There King Harold 3 was killed and Earl Leofwine 69 his brother, and Earl Gyrth 1 his brother, and many good men, and the French remained masters of the field, even as God granted it to them because of the sins of the people. Archbishop Ealdred 37 and the citizens of London wanted to have Edgar 14 Cild [Edgar 14 Cild] as king, as was his proper due; and Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 promised him that they would fight on his side; but always the more it ought to have been forward the more it got behind, and the worse it grew from day to day, exactly as everything came to be at the end. The battle took place on the festival of Calixtus the pope [14 October]. And Count William 1 went back to Hastings and waited there to see whether submission would be made to him. But when he understood that no one meant to come to him, he went inland with all his army that was left to him, and that came to him afterwards from overseas, and ravaged all the region that he overran until he reached Berkhampstead. There he was met by Archbishop Ealdred 37 and Edgar 14 Cild, and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3, and all the chief men [betstan men] of London. And they submitted out of necessity after most damage had been done – and it was a great piece of folly that they had not done it earlier, since God would not make things better, because of our sins. And they gave hostages and swore oaths to him, and he promised them that he would be a gracious lord, and yet in the meantime they ravaged all that they overran. Then on Christmas day Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king at Westminster. And he promised Ealdred 37 on Christ’s book and swore moreover (before Ealdred 37 would place the crown on his head) that he would rule all this people as well as the best of the kings before him, if they would be loyal to him. All the same he laid taxes on people very severely, and then went in spring overseas to Normandy, and took with him Archbishop Stigand 1, and Æthelnoth 46, abbot of Glastonbury, and Edgar 14 Cild and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3 and Earl Waltheof 2 and many other good men from England. And Bishop Odo 3 and Earl William 2 stayed behind and built castles far and wide throughout this country, and distressed the wretched folk, and always after that it grew much worse. May the end be good when God wills!
Event ASC (C-F) 1042-1087  DE 1066   MS D: Archbishop Ealdred 37 and the citizens of London wanted to have Edgar 14 Cild [Edgar 14 Cild] as king, as was his proper due; and Edwin 33 and Morcar 3 promised him that they would fight on his side; but always the more it ought to have been forward the more it got behind, and the worse it grew from day to day, exactly as everything came to be at the end. The battle took place on the festival of Calixtus the pope [14 October]. And Count William 1 went back to Hastings and waited there to see whether submission would be made to him. But when he understood that no one meant to come to him, he went inland with all his army that was left to him, and that came to him afterwards from overseas, and ravaged all the region that he overran until he reached Berkhampstead. There he was met by Archbishop Ealdred 37 and Edgar 14 Cild, and Earl Edwin 33 and Earl Morcar 3, and all the chief men [betstan men] of London. And they submitted out of necessity after most damage had been done – and it was a great piece of folly that they had not done it earlier, since God would not make things better, because of our sins. And they gave hostages and swore oaths to him, and he promised them that he would be a gracious lord, and yet in the meantime they ravaged all that they overran. Then on Christmas day Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king at Westminster. And he promised Ealdred 37 on Christ’s book and swore moreover (before Ealdred 37 would place the crown on his head) that he would rule all this people as well as the best of the kings before him, if they would be loyal to him.

MS E: William 1 conquered this country, and came to Westminster, and Archbishop Ealdred 37 consecrated him king.
RecordedNames Okasha5    Æthelraldric 1 Æthelraldric in London
Event Okasha87      Welvar 1 had this stone set up over Here - 1...
RecordedNames Okasha198    Ælfburg 1
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.11 / LÆ 10   A summary of the dispute between Bishop Æthelwold 1 and Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2.

Æthelwold 1 from Leofsige 28 and his wife Sifflæd 2; purchase of 2 hides at Downham for 15 pounds. Leofwine 75, provost, and Wine 11 of Witchford, brought him 10 pounds of that money. A payment date was set for the remaining 5 pounds. At a second meeting Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2, his wife, purchase from Bishop Æthelwold 1 5 hides at Clayhithe for 15 pounds, on condition that Æthelwold 1 give them a silver cup worth 40 solidi which Beorhtsige, father of Leofsige 28, bequeathed to the bishop on his death. Before Leofsige 28 and Sifflæd 2 handed back the 10 pounds, King Edgar 11 died, and the couple made void the whole agreement that they had had with the bishop. In the meantime Leofsige 28 seized Peterborough, Oundle and Kettering from God and St Peter. A meeting was convened in London where, it being a time when duces, principles, satrape, rhetores and causidici had gathered from every region, Æthelwold 1 summoned the aforesaid Leofsige 28 to justice. The witan restored Peterborough, Oundle, and Kettering to Æthelwold 1 and ruled that Leofsige 28 should pay compensation to the bishop to the value of his ‘mund’, and for the violence pay compensation to the king to the amount of his wergild. They met again within 8 days at Northampton, where the people of that region gave the same verdict as had been given at London. Then Leofsige 28 died shamefully and miserably after which time Æthelwold 1 and Ealdorman Æthelwine 2, with the shire of Northampton and the most prominent men of the East Angles, held at Wansford a meeting of the 8 hundreds. It was decided that Sifflæd 2, widow of Leofsige 28, and her heirs, ought to pay compensation to God and the bishop, just as Leofsige 28 would have done had he lived. They assessed the amount of damage to the bishop at more than 100 pounds. Sifflæd 2 asked the bishop that she might pay the compensation which was due from her, in addition to what her sons [Anonymi 10028] owed, with the 100 solidi which the bishop had been going to give her for the 2 hides at Downham. The bishop remitted the whole of the damage which had been awarded against her and, in addition, said to her that she could come to Ely within 8 days and collect the 100 solidi from Abbot Beorhtnoth 19. This she did before the witness of 2 hundreds. The bishop also gave her 7 pounds for her corn which was on the land at Downham.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.11 / LÆ 10   A meeting was convened in London where, it being a time when duces, principles, satrape, rhetores and causidici had gathered from every region, Æthelwold 1 summoned the aforesaid Leofsige 28 to justice. The witan restored Peterborough, Oundle, and Kettering to Æthelwold 1 and ruled that Leofsige 28 should pay compensation to the bishop to the value of his ‘mund’, and for the violence pay compensation to the king to the amount of his wergild. They met again within 8 days at Northampton, where the people of that region gave the same verdict as had been given at London.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  II.31 / LÆ 41   Abbot Thurcytel 4 asked of Bishop Ælfstan 40 of London that he might have rights in common with them and membership in the monastery where he had earlier bought for himself a place in the presbyterate. The bishop and the community refused. Thurcytel 4 then bequeathed the 4.5 hides at Milton to London so that he might join the community. This done he held the land from the brothers for as long as he lived giving them each year 20 solidi from its revenue.
Office Anon.LiberEliensis  II.31 / LÆ 41 Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofPoitiers.GestaGuillelmi  I.3   Godwine 51 went to meet Alfred 54 openly, as if to honour him, promised his help, giving Alfred 54 his kiss and his right hand as a pledge of faith. Godwine 51 also admitted Alfred 54 to his table and his counsels. But in the middle of the following night Godwine 51 tied Alfred 54's hands behind his back while Alfred 54 was unarmed and heavy with sleep. Godwine 51 sent Alfred 54 to King Harold 5 in London with some of Alfred 54's similarly bound followers; of the remainder some were imprisoned and some put to death through disembowelling.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.8   Swein 1 was struck by a sudden illness and died while dealing with the kingdom's affairs at London.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.9   Cnut 3 besieged London from all sides.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.9   Inside the city [of London] Æthelred 32 fell seriously ill and with the sickness growing worse he died not long afterwards.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  V.9   [Cnut 3] consulted the members of his council and took steps to safeguard the future. He took Queen Emma 2 from the city [of London] and married her a few days later according to the Christian rite. In return for her he handed over her weight in gold and silver to the army.
Office S1006    Ælfweard 35 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  VII.6(9)   Alfred 54 penetrated into the heartland of the kingdom [of England] and came up against Earl Godwine 51, who first welcomed him as a friend, but that same night turned into a traitor like Judas. For, although Godwine 51 had given him the kiss of peace and had had a meal with him, in the middle of the night he had him bound with his hands behind his back and sent with some of his followers to King Harold 5 in London. His other soldiers were either dispersed about the kingdom or shamefully slain.
Office S1011    Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop
Event S1011      King Edward 15 to Westminster 1 Abbey, Second Charter; confirmation of privileges.
Transaction S1011      King Edward 15 to Westminster 1 Abbey, Second Charter; confirmation of privileges.
Event WilliamofJumieges.Gesta Normannorum Ducum  VII.(34)   Meanwhile, when the Normans invaded the kingdom which Harold 3 had seized, Harold 3 was involved in a war against his brother Tosti 2 in which he slew his own brother as well as King Harald 5 of Norway who had come in support of Tosti 2. Almost all the Norwegian forces were slain by the English during this battle. Thereafter Harold 3 victoriously returned to London, but soon an envoy arrived with the news on the Norman invasion.
RecordedNames S1029    Leofgifu 3
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   Robert 5 left the see of London and, archbishop by royal grant, migrated to the Kentish church, while all the clergy protested with all their might against the wrong.
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   Edward 15 believed the accusations of Robert 5 against Godwine 51, and all the nobles and earls from the whole of Britain assembled in the royal palace of Gloucester; and there, after Edward 15 had complained of all these things, he guiltless earl [Godwine 51] was formally charged with [killing of Alfred 54 and plotting against the king's life]. Godwine 51 asked through messengers for the king's peace, and offered to purge himself by ordeal of the crime with which he had been charged. Edward 15 refused. Gathered there were Siweard 11, Earl Leofric 49, and Ælfgar 46. And after they had all struggled in vain to get the foul charge put to the ordeal, the royal court moved from that palace to London. The earl [Godwine 51] too, guiltless and trusting in his conscience, which was for ever clear of such a crime, approached it with his men from the other side, and took up position outside the walls of that city on the River Thames, on a manor that belonged to him. From here he again sent messengers and showed himself in every way ready to satisfy the king in accordance to the law or beyond it. Whereupon by the efforts of Stigand 1, bishop of Winchester, the day of judgment was postponed. Meanwhile Archbishop Robert 5 stood fiercely in the way of the earl, and at length at his instigation there was declared by the king against the earl this insoluble judgment: that he could hope for the king's peace only when Godwine 51 gave him back his brother [Alfred 54] alive together with all his men and all their possessions.
Office S1041    William 2 held office of Bishop
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.3   When the active earl [Godwine 51] saw that he was wrongfully overthrown and barred from a legal trial, he assembled a large fleet of the River Yser, and in the middle of the summer [of 1052] put to sea; and entered a port on the shore of Britain. All the eastern and southern English who could manage it met his ship; all came to meet him, like children their long-awaited father. At the same time his two sons, [Harold 3 and Leofwine 69] came with large naval forces from Ireland to meet him; and they wasted with sword, fire, and the seizure for booty all the kingdom from the farthest limits of the western Britons or English to the place where the earl was stationed. With the soldiers made more resolute by mutual exhortation, they crossed the Kentish sea and entered the mouth of the River Thames. Although Edward 15 did not believe the news about the invasion, he nevertheless came with such military force as he could muster to London; and he tried to deny them entry into the city where he was encamped. But the whole city went out to help and protect the earl [Godwine 51].
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.4   Godwine 51 came into the presence of Edward 15 and immediately cast away his weapons and threw himself at his feet, and begged as a suppliant that he would grant him permission to purge himself of the crime, with which he was charged, and bestow the peace of his favour on him when cleared. The king was constrained both by his mercy and the satisfaction offered by the earl - who in any case appeared much superior in arms, if he chose to use them. So Edward 15 returned them their arms and entered the palace with the earl. There he gradually calmed the boiling tumult of his peace, and, with the advice of his witan, gave the earl the kiss of peace, condoled all offences, and also granted his full favour both to him and all his sons.
RecordedNames S1043    Leofsige 38
Event Anon.VitaEdwardiRegis  I.6   Outside the walls of London, upon the River Thames, stood a monastery dedicated to St Peter, but insignificant in buildings and numbers, for under the abbot only a small community of monks served Christ. The king [Edward 15], being devoted to God, gave his attention to that place. because of his love for the Prince of the Apostles, whom he worshipped with uncommon and special love, he decided to have his burial-place there. Accordingly [Edward 15] ordered that out of the tithes of all his revenues should be started the building of a noble edifice; so that God would look kindly upon him, both for the sake of his goodness and because of the gift of lands and ornaments.
Office S1055    Robert 10 held office of Bishop
Event S1096      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that he has granted to Wulfwald 1, abbot of Chertsey, sake and soke over his lands in London and over his own men.
Transaction S1096      King Edward 15 declaring that he has granted to Wulfwald 1, abbot of Chertsey, sake and soke over his lands in London and over his own men.
Event S1103      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that his men in the gild of English cnihtas are to have their sake and soke within borough and without over their land and over their men, and as good laws as they had in the days of King Edgar 11 and of the king's father and of Cnut 3.
Office S1103    Wulfgar 39 held office of Port-reeve for Edward 15
Event S1104      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that his priests in St Pauls's minster shall be entitled to sake and soke within borough and without, and to as good laws as they ever had in the time of any king or any bishop; and they shall not receive into their community any more priests than their estates can bear and they themselves desire.
Event S1119      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that the monks of Westminster are to have the land and wharf which Ulf 23 the portreeve and his wife Cynegyth 3 gave to Westminster Abbey, as fully and completely as ever the donors possessed it.
Event S1142      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that the monks of Westminster Abbey are to have the estate of Staines, Middx, with the land in London called Stæningahaga and the soke of 35 hides, with berewicks.
Transaction S1142      King Edward 15 to the monks of Westminster; grant of Staines, Middx, with the land in London called Stæningahaga and the soke of 35 hides, with berewicks.
Event S1149      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring to the authorities of London that he has granted to St Peter of Westminster full freedom upon all the lands belonging to the abbey with judicial and financial rights as fully and completely as he himself possessed them.
Event S1150      Writ of King Edward 15 declaring that he has granted to St Peter of Westminster at the dedication of the church full freedom upon all the lands belonging to the abbey with judicial and financial rights as fully and completely as he himself possessed them.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3   After three years as archbishop, Tatwine 2 died in the same year as Bede 1, and was succeeded by Nothhelm 2, thought to be the priest of the church of London whom Bede 1 mentions in the prologue to his History of the English as having been of great assistance to him in putting together his account, for he brought from the archives at Rome letters vital for his researches.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.3 Nothhelm 2 held office of Priest
Transaction S1234      Beorhtmær 17 of Gracechurch (London) to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of reversion of land (at Gracechurch) with All Hallows Church, after the death of his wife, Eadgifu 19, and his sons, Eadmær 13 and Æthelwine 50.
Transaction S1234      Beorhtmær 17 of Gracechurch (London) to Christ Church, Canterbury; grant of reversion of land (at Gracechurch) with All Hallows Church, after the death of his wife, Eadgifu 19, and his sons, Eadmær 13 and Æthelwine 50.
RecordedNames S1234    Beorhtmær 17
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.
Office S1530    Ælfweard 35 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.18.1 Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop of Hwicce and of London
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.22.1 Robert 5 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  i.42.7(1-2)   In 1075 there was assembled in London in the church of the apostle St Paul a council of the entire district of England, composed of bishops, abbots, and many persons in religious orders. It was ordered and presided over by Lanfranc 1, archbishop of the holy church of Canterbury and primate of the whole island of Britain; and there sat with him venerable persons: Thomas 2 archbishop of York, William 2 bishop of London, Walkelin 1 of Winchester, Herman 2 of Sherborne, Wulfstan 55 of Worcester, Walter 2 of Hereford, Giso 1 of Wells, Remigius 1 of Dorchester or Lincoln, Herfast 1 of Elmham or Norwich, Stigand 5 of Selsey, Osbern 8 of Exeter, and Peter 10 of Lichfield.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.2 Mellitus 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.2   The church of the apostle Paul was built in London by Æthelberht 3 king of Kent.
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.6-7   After the death of Æthelberht 3 and Sæberht 1, Mellitus 1 was deposed by the petty kings who followed, and came to Canterbury. There he found his fellows in a turmoil of problems; so, taking Justus 1 with him, he withdrew to Gaul to await calmer times. But God did not fail them; the heart of King Eadbald 2 was softened into belief, and both men were soon recalled. Justus 1 had no difficulty in entering his own see, but Eadbald 2 was powerless to restore Mellitus 1. For some time he held no office; but later, on Laurence 2's death, he was made archbishop of Canterbury.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.8 Cedd 1 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.8   Although Cedd 1 was the second bishop of London, he was buried in Northumbria, at his monastery Lastingham.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.9 Wine 1 held office of Bishop for Wulfhere 1
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.10 Eorcenwald 1 held office of Bishop for Theodore 1
PersonInfo WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.14 Eorcenwald 1 Eorcenwald 1 is regarded especially sacred in London.
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Wealdhere 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Ingwald 2 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Ecgwulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Wigheah 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Eadberht 23 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Edgar 5 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Cenwealh 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Eadbald 8 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Hathoberht 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Osmund 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Æthelnoth 11 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Ceolberht 7 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Deorwulf 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Swithwulf 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Heahstan 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Wulfsige 14 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Æthelweard 12 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Ealhstan 15 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.15 Theodred 3 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Beorhthelm 17 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Dunstan 1 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Ælfstan 40 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Wulfstan 41 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Ælfhun 4 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Ælfwig 13 held office of Bishop
Office WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.17 Ælfweard 35 held office of Bishop
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.73.21   There is a place in the diocese of London, among the East Saxons, called Chich in the heathen tongue, where rests St Osgyth 2, a virgin well known for her miracles.
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.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  iii.103.1-104.1   Theodore 1 was nearing his death, and feeling remorse for his sin against Wilfrid 2 he summoned both him and Bishop Eorcenwald 1 to London. He confessed his sins before the two bishops, asking Wilfrid 2 to forgive him and to accept his archbishopric in his place. Wilfrid 2 would not agree to take over the archbishopric without a decision in a higher council. Theodore 1 did everything to ensure that Wilfrid 2 receives his bishopric back, sending envoys to Aldfrith 1 king of the Northumbrians, Ecgfrith 4's successor, to his sister Ælfflæd 2 abbess of Whitby, and to Æthelred 2 king of the Mercians. When Aldfrith 1, who had known Wilfrid 2 well in the past, received the archbishop's letter, he granted him the monastery at Hexham and then, on the decision of his council, the bishopric of York and the monastery of Ripon.
Transaction S1809      Æthelgifu 17, comitissa, to the church of St Benedict, Ramsey; grant of land at Stowe and at Bourn, Cambs., 1 mark of gold and and duos ciphos argenteos de xii marcis ad pondus hustingiæ Londoniensis ....
Event WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  iii.115.2-8   Oswald 8 returned to England from Fleury shocked by the news that his uncle Oda 1 was dying. By the time he landed at Dover, Oda 1 had already died. From there Oswald 8 travelled to Oscytel 5 archbishop of York, a near relation of his, which whom he stayed for several years. Meanwhile Dunstan 1 demitted the sees of Worcester and London, and transferred to Canterbury. Well aware of Oswald 8's holiness and practical abilities, he prevailed on the king [Edgar 11] to give him the see of Worcester. The episcopal see was dedicated to St Peter. Oswald 8 built a second church in the same precinct in the name of the Mother of God, moved monks there, and lived happily with them. On Dunstan 1's advice the king gave Oswald 8 the vacant see of York, but he would not let him give up the see of Worcester. Oswald 8 also invited to England men of letters, such as Abbo 1, monk of Fleury, who at the instance of Archbishop Dunstan 1 embellished literature with a Passion of Edmund 6 the Martyr. Oswald 8 over many years proved himself up to holding both sees, though he used to visit Worcester more often. He outlived Dunstan 1 and Æthelwold 1, reproducing the authority of the former, the efficiency of the latter, and the holiness of both.
Possession Bates45    Leofred 3 land near to the church of St Peter in Westcheap
Transaction Bates45      Waleran 1 to Saint-Etienne, Caen; grant of the land of Leofred 3 'near to the church of St Peter in Westcheap'.
Possession Bates54    Leofred 3 land near the church of St Peter in Westcheap
Transaction Bates54      Waleran 1 to Saint-Etienne, Caen; grant of the land, formerly held by Leofred 3, near the church of St Peter in Westcheap, free from geld, scot, and all other custom.
Possession Bates69  Version I(a) Lyfing 21 The text says that Archbishop Lanfranc 1 reclaimed for Christ Church the monastery of St Mary[-le-Bow] with the land and houses that Lyfing 21 and his wife had held.
Transaction Bates150      King Edward 15 to St Peter's, Ghent; grant of Lewisham, with everything belonging to it, namely East Greenwich, Woolwich, Mottingham and Coombe, Kent. He also granted, within London, part of Warmansacre with the wharf which belongs to it.
RecordedNames Bates150    Ælfweard 43
Event Bates180      King William 1 notifies Bishop William 2 of London, Geoffrey 7 the portreeve, and all burhwara dwelling in London that he grants them all the laws of which they were worthy in King Edward 15's day, and that every child shall be his father's heir after his father's death.
Event Bates181      King William 1, at Ingelric 1’s request, confirms the foundation of the collegiate church of St Martin-le-Grand, which Ingelric 1 and his brother Eirard 1 had built and endowed within the walls of the city of London out of their own possession.
Transaction Bates187      King Æthelberht 3 to St Paul's, London; grant of 24 hides near the city wall of London.
Transaction Bates188      King Æthelberht 3 of Kent to St Paul's, London; grant of 24 hides near the city of London.
Event Bates194      King William 1, at the request of Queen Matilda 2 and of many bishops and barons, confirms to Abbot Warin 1 of Malmesbury and to his successors the grant of lands and possessions which all his predecessors have made to the abbey.
Event Bates225      A dispute between Bishop Gundulf 1 of Rochester and Picot 1, sheriff of Cambridge, concerning land belonging to Freckenham, Suffolk, in Isleham, Cambs., which a certain royal servant Olchete 1 had occupied on the sheriff’s say-so. The sheriff said the land was a royal estate, whereas the bishop affirmed that it should belong to his bishopric. King William 1 therefore ordered that the men of the shire should be assembled in order to prove to whom the land rightfully belonged, and they out of fear of the sheriff, stated that it was royal land. However, Bishop Odo 3 of Bayeux who had been present at the plea, did not believe them, and ordered that they should choose twelve from among themselves (six of whom are named in the report and below), who would confirm what the others had said on oath. This said they did, and the land remained with the king. In the same year, a certain monk named Grim 11, who had once been the reeve of Freckenham and who had had one of the men who had sworn the oath under his jurisdiction, came to Bishop Gundulf 1 and affirmed that they were all perjurers. Bishop Gundulf 1 then went to the bishop of Bayeux, who summoned the monk to him to hear the story himself. After which he summoned one of those who had sworn the oath, and he immediately fell to his knees and admitted his perjury. And finally, the bishop of Bayeux ordered the sheriff to send the others to meet him in London, as well as another twelve of the best men of the county, so that they could confirm what had been sworn in the presence of an assembly of many of the most important barons of England. Here both French and English judged that they were all perjured when one of their number admitted perjury. The bishop of Rochester therefore held his land justly as he ought. The first twelve, who wanted to demonstrate that they did not agree with what the second twelve had sworn, were then asked to prove this by the bishop of Bayeux by the ordeal of iron. But because they were not able to do as they promised, they and other men of the county gave 300 pounds to the king.
Event Hemming.Codicellus  281   Eadric 35 was the destroyer of many monasteries and the oppressor of almost all. When he died, his body was shamefully thrown over the walls of London and refused burial, as had been commanded by Cnut 3.
Transaction Bates290      In exchange for the estate of Windsor, which King Edward 15 had granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, King William 1 granted to Edwin 38, abbot of Westminster, and St Peter’s, Westinster: Ockendon and Feering, Essex, 14 sokemen, a free man in Thurstable Hundred who held a virgate of land, and 3 houses in Colchester. In order to redeem King Edward 15’s crown and other items of regalia, King William 1 granted Battersea, Wandsworth, and Pyrford, Surrey. They had been held by Earl Harold 3. He granted the tithe of Wick-by-Pershore, Worcs., and restored that part of Wick, which King Edward 15 gave and which had been unjustly taken from the abbey. He also granted: the mother-church of Benfleet, Essex; the mother-church of Bloxham, Oxfordshire; the two mother-churches of Oakham and Hambleton, Rutland, with the church of St Peter in Stamford; the mother-churches of Uppingham and Wardley, Rutland, and the houses of Wulfwine 16 the priest and the sokeland he holds; he ordered the return of the manor of Chollington, Sussex, which Boscelin de Dives had taken by force, and the land and house of Osbern 14 the chamberlain in London. William 1 is also said to have confirmed many lands.
Transaction Bates290      Ælfwald 75 Cocksfoot granted his land, demesne houses and a wharf in London to St Peter’s, Westminster.
Transaction Bates290      Ælfweard 43 the Fat gave the church of St Mary Newchurch to St Peter’s, Westminster.
Transaction Bates290      Ælfnoth 44, when he became a monk at St Peter’s, Westminster, granted houses and lands in London to St Peter’s, Westminster. He also granted 1 hide at Stratford, Essex, near Walthamstow near the city, and 4 hides at Tooting, Surrey.
Transaction Bates290      Godwine 68, known as Great Syd, who was in charge of the masons of the church, gave land and houses to St Peter’s, Westminster with the agreement of King Edward 15 and his son Ælfwine 81, on the basis that Ælfwine 81 should hold them within his lifetime, do service to the abbey, and allow it to regain them after his death.
RecordedNames Bates290    Ælfwald 76
Transaction Bates290      Ælfwald 76 of St Botulph’s Gate, having no heir, with King Edward 15’s agreement, made St Peter’s, Westminster, his heir for his curia, houses and land, and a wharf where ships can be moored by London Bridge; he confirmed that grant by agreeing to pay 11 pence every year during his lifetime. Ælfwald 76’s agreement with Abbot Edwin 38 and the monks admitted him to the confraternity and as a monk, with King Edward 15’s consent.
Transaction Bates290      Lyfing 22, clericus, granted St Peter’s, Westminter, the church of St Lawrence, London, with its cemetery, courtyard, and lands.
Transaction Bates290      Lyfing 23, a citizen, granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, a wooden chapen and half of the stone church of St Magnus near the bridge, with all its lands.
Transaction Bates290      Odelina 1 granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, land and houses in London with half a wharf, and 1 hide at Marten, Wilts.. Odelina’s sister, Ælfgifu 24, gave the other half of the aforesaid wharf, and her land and houses, which she would hold as long as she lived, paying 12 solidi per year to warrant her gift.
Transaction Bates290      Ælfwine 82 Faremann granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, his houses and land in London, on the basis that his son will hold it during his lifetime, and will pay 5 solidi annually as a warranty; also a wharf at Bærmannecyrce with the land belonging to it which returns 50 solidi a year, on behalf of his son who has become a monk of the abbey, and on condition that he will hold it during his lifetime for a payment of 10 solidi, and that it will thereafter revert to the abbey.
Transaction Bates290      Æthelweard 57, son of Wulfgar 40 the dean, granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, land and houses in London behind the church of St Nicholas, with a wharf and neighbouring land at Dowgate.
Transaction Bates290      Æthelweard 57, son of Wulfgar 40 the dean, granted to St Peter’s, Westminster, land and houses in London behind the church of St Nicholas, with a wharf and neighbouring land at Dowgate.
Transaction Bates290      Beorhtgifu 2, wife of Ælfnoth 45, having become a nun because she had not borne children, made St Peter’s, Westminster her heir, in the same way that her husband had done, granting one piece of land only to a relative named Lyfing 24, during his lifetime, on condition that the abbey should hold it after his death.
Transaction Bates290      A citizen of London named Wulfsige 62 Likestoppe granted land in two places, which he was to continue to hold during his lifetime, with the agreement of Abbot Edwin 38 and the monks, paying 6 solidi a year as a warranty; it was agreed in King Edward 15’s presence that he would hold the land of the abbey, and that, after his death, two other pieces of land and his house, which were all in Westcheap, should pass to the abbey, for his confraternity with the monks, and whether or not he became a monk.
Transaction Bates290      Abbot Edwin 38 and St Peter's, Westminster leased land to Æthelwine 53, son of Beorhtmær 18, for his lifetime in return for an agreed service during his lifetime.
Transaction Bates290      Æthelwine 53, son of Beorhtmær 18, a resident of the suburbs of London, by the grant and witness of Abbot Edwin 38 and the monks of St Peter’s, Westminster, took land in three places in the city from the abbey for an agreed service for his lifetime; as death approached, he returned the land to the abbey, and granted nine other properties from his own holdings which he had held for guarding the bridge [quas in custodies pontis possederat], returning 36 solidi a year, when he became a monk.
Transaction Bates310      King Edward 15 commanded that St Peter's, Westminster, was to hold freely its market-places, with its stall, shops and rents, and its meat-market, and its rights and tolls which contribute to the lighting of the church.
RecordedNames Bates313    Æthelnoth 49
Transaction Bates313      Æthelnoth 49 bequeathed to St Peter's, Westminster, land in London and the mill at Stratford, Essex.
Transaction Bates316      Ælfwald 76 of St Botulph’s Gate, when he became a monk of St Peter's, Westminster, granted to the abbey his curia with his houses, a wharf near the head of London bridge, and his other lands in the city.
RecordedNames Bates316    Ælfwald 76
Transaction Bates327      King Edward 15 granted land in London to St Peter's, Westminster.
RecordedNames Bates329    Leofsige 38
Transaction Bates332      Ælfweard 43 granted St Peter's, Westminster, the church of St Mary Newchurch.
RecordedNames Bates332    Ælfweard 43
Transaction Anon.LiberEliensis  LE II.34 / LÆ 46   When the leading men of England had gathered at London, that same Wihtgar 11 offered to sell the land to Bishop Æthelwold 1. When they heard this the bishop and abbot gave him fifteen pounds for the land in the witness of Leofric 24, the son of Æthelfrith 23, and Ufi 7 of Willingham. They afterwards sent him a hundred shillings by the reeve Leofwine 96 and Wine 11 of Witchford. These men gave him the money at Brandon in the witness of the whole hundred in which the land is situated. They further bought from Wihtgar all the stock which was on the land, in accordance with its assessed value.
Transaction Anon.LiberEliensis  LE II.60   Leofwine 77 gave his son, Æthelmær 43, to Ely along with Kingston, the Rodings, Undley, Lakenheath, a third part of Whittlesey, Eastrea, Cottenham, part of London called Abboteshai, Glemsford, the fishery at Upstaue, and an annual food-rent from the royal estate at Hatfield, and other grants besides. Abbot Ælfsige 82 swore in front of Archbishop Wulfstan 41 and others that this land would never be alienated from Ely.
Event Anon.LiberEliensis  LE II.71   Ælfheah 44's body was collected from Greenwich where he had been killed by the Danes and taken to London by Eadnoth 11 who buried him there.
Transaction TRW Non-royal charters/Malmesbury1      Godwine 76 and Turgund 1, his wife to Malmesbury; grant of the church of St Nicholas and houses belonging to it (in/at London).
Transaction S1628      Alfred 8, king, and Æthelred 1 and Æthelflæd 4, to Plegmund 1, archbishop, and to Christ Church, and to Wærfrith 6, bishop, and the church of Worcester; grant of 2 iugera of land at Ætheredes hyd (Queenhithe) on the Thames, one to each.
Event Lanfranc, Ep. no. 11      In 1075 there was a council at London summoned and presided over by Lanfranc 1.
Event NorthernAnnals.SecondSet  82   In 910 the English and the Danes fought at Tettenhall. King Edward 2 took London and Oxford and what belonged to it.
Event RestingPlaces  II.23a   St Eorcenwald 1, bishop, rests in London.
Office EMC Coin  1991.0299 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Swetman 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0299 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Swetman 2
Office EMC Coin  1991.0299 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0299 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1992.8612 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Swetman 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.8612 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Swetman 2
Office EMC Coin  1992.8612 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.8612 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1991.0282 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Swan 1 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0282 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Swan 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0282 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0282 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1023 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Swertgar 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1023 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Swertgar 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1023 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1022 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Swartebrand 3 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1022 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Swartebrand 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1022 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1993.0226 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Sumerlida 6
Office EMC Coin  1993.0226 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Sumerlida 6 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
Office EMC Coin  1993.0226 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.121 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Stanmær 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.121 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Stanmær 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.121 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1030.062 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Spracling 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1030.062 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Spracling 2
Office EMC Coin  1030.062 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.141 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Spracling 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.141 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Spracling 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.141 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1636 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Scule 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1636 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Scule 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1636 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.156 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Scule 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.156 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Scule 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.156 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1331 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Scule 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1331 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Scule 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1331 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1239 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Scule 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1239 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Scule 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1239 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1238 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Scule 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1238 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Scule 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1238 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1342 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Sigod 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1342 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Sigod 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1342 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1296 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Sigered 19 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1296 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1296 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Sigered 19
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7631 (N 256 (Abp Plegmund, Class II)) Sigehelm 8
Office EMC Coin  1992.7631 (N 256 (Abp Plegmund, Class II)) Sigehelm 8 held office of Moneyer for Plegmund 1
Office EMC Coin  1992.7631 (N 256 (Abp Plegmund, Class II)) Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7631 (N 256 (Abp Plegmund, Class II)) Plegmund 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1987.0098 (N 208.2 (Cuthred; non-portrait)) Sigeberht 16
Office EMC Coin  1987.0098 (N 208.2 (Cuthred; non-portrait)) Sigeberht 16 held office of Moneyer for Cuthred 11
Office EMC Coin  1987.0098 (N 208.2 (Cuthred; non-portrait)) Cuthred 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1987.0098 (N 208.2 (Cuthred; non-portrait)) Cuthred 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.1399 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Sidemann 11 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1399 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1399 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Sidemann 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.1211 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Sæwulf 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1211 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Sæwulf 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1211 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1030.0555 (Edward the Confessor/ Harold Harefoot, Pacx / Jewel Cross mule (N 813/N 802)) Sæwine 24
Office EMC Coin  1030.0555 (Edward the Confessor/ Harold Harefoot, Pacx / Jewel Cross mule (N 813/N 802)) Sæwine 24 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1030.0555 (Edward the Confessor/ Harold Harefoot, Pacx / Jewel Cross mule (N 813/N 802)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1144 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Sæmær 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1144 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Sæmær 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1144 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1413 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Sæmær 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1413 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Sæmær 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1413 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1143 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Sæmær 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1143 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Sæmær 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1143 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1661 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Sæbeorht 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1661 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1661 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Sæbeorht 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.024 (N 240.1 (Abp Wulfred Group III regular monogram)) Sæbeorht 2 held office of Moneyer for Wulfred 6
Office EMC Coin  1991.024 (N 240.1 (Abp Wulfred Group III regular monogram)) Wulfred 6 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1991.0235 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Pendred 1 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0235 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Pendred 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0235 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0235 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1012 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Oswald 16 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1012 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Oswald 16
Office EMC Coin  1042.1012 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0966 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Oba 5 held office of Moneyer for Ecgberht 10
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0966 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Oba 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0966 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Ecgberht 10
Office EMC Coin  2001.0966 (N 562 (Ecgberht, Early Portrait, Canterbury)) Ecgberht 10 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1569 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Morcar 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1569 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Morcar 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1569 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1429 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Morcar 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1429 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Morcar 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1429 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0115 (N 189 ('Styca' of Redwulf)) Monne 7 held office of Moneyer for Rædwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0115 (N 189 ('Styca' of Redwulf)) Monne 7
Office EMC Coin  1995.0115 (N 189 ('Styca' of Redwulf)) Rædwulf 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0254 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Mancin 1 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0254 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Mancin 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0254 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0254 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1042.1135 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Man 27 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1135 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Man 27
Office EMC Coin  1042.1135 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1065 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Man 23 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1065 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Man 23
Office EMC Coin  1042.1065 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.143 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Man 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.143 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Man 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.143 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0181 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Leofwine 188 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0181 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Leofwine 188
Office EMC Coin  1995.0181 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0272 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Leofwine 186 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1991.0272 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1149 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 183 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1149 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 183
Office EMC Coin  1042.1149 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1011 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 148 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1011 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 148
Office EMC Coin  1042.1011 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.101 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 148 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.101 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofwine 148
Office EMC Coin  1042.101 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1451 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofwine 133 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1451 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofwine 133
Office EMC Coin  1042.1451 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0273 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Leofwine 115 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0273 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1685 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Leofwine 111 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1685 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Leofwine 111
Office EMC Coin  1042.1685 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.169 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofwig 11 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.169 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofwig 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.169 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1693 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Leofweard 7 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1693 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Leofweard 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1693 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1209 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Leofweard 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1209 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Leofweard 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1209 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1343 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Leofweald 21 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1343 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Leofweald 21
Office EMC Coin  1042.1343 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1682 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Leofweald 15 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1682 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Leofweald 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1682 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0265 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofweald 5 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0265 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofweald 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0265 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1496 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofweald 4 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1496 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofweald 4
Office EMC Coin  1042.1496 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1341 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Leofthegn 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1341 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Leofthegn 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1341 (N 825/N 828 (Pointed Helmet / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0292 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofstan 55 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0292 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofstan 55
Office EMC Coin  1991.0292 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0292 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1134 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 49 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1134 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 49
Office EMC Coin  1042.1134 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1063 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Leofstan 47 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1063 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Leofstan 47
Office EMC Coin  1042.1063 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1133 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 42 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1133 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofstan 42
Office EMC Coin  1042.1133 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1124 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofsige 61 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1124 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofsige 61
Office EMC Coin  1042.1124 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1124 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1698 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofsige 55 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1698 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofsige 55
Office EMC Coin  1042.1698 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0966 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofsige 53 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0966 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofsige 53
Office EMC Coin  1042.0966 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1127 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofric 131 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1127 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofric 131
Office EMC Coin  1042.1127 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1127 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  2001.0642 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofric 116 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0642 (N 836 (Pax)) Leofric 116
Office EMC Coin  2001.0642 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1136 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofric 115 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1136 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Leofric 115
Office EMC Coin  1042.1136 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1123 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofric 104 held office of Moneyer for Harthacnut 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1123 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Leofric 104
Office EMC Coin  1042.1123 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1123 (N 799 ('Cnut' Arm and Sceptre)) Harthacnut 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1523 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofric 102 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1523 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofric 102
Office EMC Coin  1042.1523 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1497 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofric 97 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1497 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofric 97
Office EMC Coin  1042.1497 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1117 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Leofred 12 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1117 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Leofred 12
Office EMC Coin  1042.1117 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0988 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0988 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0988 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1003 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1003 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1003 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1004 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1004 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1004 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0999 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0999 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0999 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1006 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1006 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1006 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0994 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0994 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0994 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1001 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1001 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1001 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0987 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0987 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0987 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0993 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0993 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0993 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0989 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0989 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0989 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1005 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1005 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1005 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.099 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.099 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.099 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0991 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0991 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0991 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0992 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0992 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0992 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1002 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1002 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1002 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0995 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0995 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0995 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1008 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1008 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1008 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1007 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1007 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1007 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0996 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0996 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0996 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0997 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0997 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0997 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1009 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1009 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1009 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0998 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0998 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Leofred 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.0998 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0269 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Leofred 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1991.0269 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0263 (N 764 or N 777 (Æthelred, Small Cross (first or last?))) Leofnoth 26 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1991.0263 (N 764 or N 777 (Æthelred, Small Cross (first or last?))) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.128 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Leofnoth 25 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.128 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Leofnoth 25
Office EMC Coin  1042.128 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1432 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofnoth 18 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1432 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Leofnoth 18
Office EMC Coin  1042.1432 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1633 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Leofing 62 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1633 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Leofing 62
Office EMC Coin  1042.1633 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1672 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Leofing 62 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1672 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Leofing 62
Office EMC Coin  1042.1672 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1162 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Leofing 61 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1162 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Leofing 61
Office EMC Coin  1042.1162 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1114 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Corf 1 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1114 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Corf 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1114 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1115 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Corf 1 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1115 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Corf 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1115 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0964 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Isegod 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0964 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Isegod 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.0964 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0237 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Ibba 1 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0237 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Ibba 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0237 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0237 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0245 (Penny of Burgred (no further details)) Hygered 1 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0245 (Penny of Burgred (no further details)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0245 (Penny of Burgred (no further details)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0246 (Alfred, Lunette (First Coinage, N 625-628)) Hebeca 1 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1991.0246 (Alfred, Lunette (First Coinage, N 625-628)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0251 (N 651 (Portrait)) Grimweald 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0251 (N 651 (Portrait)) Grimweald 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0251 (N 651 (Portrait)) Edward 2 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1234 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Godwine 169 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1234 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Godwine 169
Office EMC Coin  1042.1234 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1412 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Godwine 162 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1412 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Godwine 162
Office EMC Coin  1042.1412 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2006.0043 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Godwine 162 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0043 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Godwine 162
Office EMC Coin  2006.0043 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1702 (N 836 (Pax)) Godwine 134 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1702 (N 836 (Pax)) Godwine 134
Office EMC Coin  1042.1702 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0182 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godwine 127 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0182 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godwine 127
Office EMC Coin  1995.0182 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1176 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Godwine 123 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1176 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Godwine 123
Office EMC Coin  1042.1176 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1518 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godwine 123 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1518 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godwine 123
Office EMC Coin  1042.1518 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0986 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godwine 121 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0986 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godwine 121
Office EMC Coin  1042.0986 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1414 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Godwine 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1414 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Godwine 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1414 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.125 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godwine 93 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.125 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godwine 93
Office EMC Coin  1042.125 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1571 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Godwine 89 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1571 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Godwine 89
Office EMC Coin  1042.1571 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1517 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godric 93 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1517 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godric 93
Office EMC Coin  1042.1517 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1516 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godric 93 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1516 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godric 93
Office EMC Coin  1042.1516 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0266 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Godric 91 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0266 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Godric 91
Office EMC Coin  1991.0266 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1385 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Godric 88 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1385 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Godric 88
Office EMC Coin  1042.1385 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0295 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Godric 88 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0295 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Godric 88
Office EMC Coin  1991.0295 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0295 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1563 (Edward the Confessor, Hammer Cross / Small Cross mule (N 828/N 830)) Godric 79 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1563 (Edward the Confessor, Hammer Cross / Small Cross mule (N 828/N 830)) Godric 79
Office EMC Coin  1042.1563 (Edward the Confessor, Hammer Cross / Small Cross mule (N 828/N 830)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1169 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Godric 75 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1169 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Godric 75
Office EMC Coin  1042.1169 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1146 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 14 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1146 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 14
Office EMC Coin  1042.1146 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0984 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 12 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0984 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 12
Office EMC Coin  1042.0984 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0985 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 12 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0985 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godman 12
Office EMC Coin  1042.0985 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1315 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godleof 4 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1315 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Godleof 4
Office EMC Coin  1042.1315 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1549 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godleof 4 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1549 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Godleof 4
Office EMC Coin  1042.1549 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1061 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Godleof 1 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1061 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Godleof 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1061 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0983 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godhere 6 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0983 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Godhere 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.0983 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1988.018 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Godfrith 3 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1988.018 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Godfrith 3
Office EMC Coin  1988.018 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0279 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Goda 27 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0279 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Goda 27
Office EMC Coin  1991.0279 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0279 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1183 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Geldwin 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1183 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Geldwin 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1183 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.134 (Edward the Confessor, Pointed Helmet / Sovereign-Eagles mule (N 825/N 827)) Froma 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.134 (Edward the Confessor, Pointed Helmet / Sovereign-Eagles mule (N 825/N 827)) Froma 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.134 (Edward the Confessor, Pointed Helmet / Sovereign-Eagles mule (N 825/N 827)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1628 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1628 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1628 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1625 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1625 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1625 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1626 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1626 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1626 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1627 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1627 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Folcwin 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1627 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0234 (N 272 (CEB 16) (Light coinage, Standard obverse)) Eoba 6 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0234 (N 272 (CEB 16) (Light coinage, Standard obverse)) Eoba 6
Office EMC Coin  1991.0234 (N 272 (CEB 16) (Light coinage, Standard obverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0236 (N 339 (Cynethryth: portrait)) Eoba 5 held office of Moneyer for Cynethryth 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0236 (N 339 (Cynethryth: portrait)) Eoba 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0236 (N 339 (Cynethryth: portrait)) Cynethryth 2 held office of Queen
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0236 (N 339 (Cynethryth: portrait)) Cynethryth 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1212 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Eawulf 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1212 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Eawulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1212 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1168 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Eawulf 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1168 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Eawulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1168 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1988.0176 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Eardnoth 2 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1988.0176 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Eardnoth 2
Office EMC Coin  1988.0176 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1609 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Eanmund 10 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1609 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Eanmund 10
Office EMC Coin  1042.1609 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0248 (Alfred, lead weight of Cross-and-Lozenge type) Ealdwulf 20 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0248 (Alfred, lead weight of Cross-and-Lozenge type) Ealdwulf 20
Office EMC Coin  1991.0248 (Alfred, lead weight of Cross-and-Lozenge type) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1656 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ealdgar 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1656 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ealdgar 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1656 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1197 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Ealdgar 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1197 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Ealdgar 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1197 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1967.8028 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Eadwulf 54 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1967.8028 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Eadwulf 54
Office EMC Coin  1967.8028 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1967.8028 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1988.0182 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Eadwine 25 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1988.0182 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Eadwine 25
Office EMC Coin  1988.0182 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Harold 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1988.0182 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Harold 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1515 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 23 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1515 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 23
Office EMC Coin  1042.1515 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1658 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Eadwine 23 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1658 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Eadwine 23
Office EMC Coin  1042.1658 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2006.0044 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 22 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0044 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 22
Office EMC Coin  2006.0044 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0044 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0277 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 22 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0277 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Eadwine 22
Office EMC Coin  1991.0277 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0277 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1073 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Eadwine 2 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1073 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Eadwine 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1073 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.098 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 38 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.098 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 38
Office EMC Coin  1042.098 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.157 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 36 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.157 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 36
Office EMC Coin  1042.157 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0981 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Eadweald 8 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0981 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Eadweald 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.0981 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1659 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Eadric 98 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1659 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Eadric 98
Office EMC Coin  1042.1659 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1373 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Eadric 90 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1373 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Eadric 90
Office EMC Coin  1042.1373 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2006.0082 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Eadric 87 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0082 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Eadric 87
Office EMC Coin  2006.0082 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0082 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1042.116 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edmund 46 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.116 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edmund 46
Office EMC Coin  1042.116 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0297 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Dunning 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0297 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Dunning 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0297 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (Æthelwulf, Portrait, Rochester)) Dunn 11 held office of Moneyer for Æthelwulf 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (Æthelwulf, Portrait, Rochester)) Dunn 11
Office EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (Æthelwulf, Portrait, Rochester)) Æthelwulf 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (Æthelwulf, Portrait, Rochester)) Æthelwulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0247 (Alfred, Lunette (First Coinage, N 625-628)) Dunn 7 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1991.0247 (Alfred, Lunette (First Coinage, N 625-628)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0781 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Dominic 5 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0781 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Dominic 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.0781 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0241 (N 216 (Baldred; non-portrait)) Deormod 10 held office of Moneyer for Baldred 4
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0241 (N 216 (Baldred; non-portrait)) Deormod 10
Office EMC Coin  1991.0241 (N 216 (Baldred; non-portrait)) Baldred 4 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0241 (N 216 (Baldred; non-portrait)) Baldred 4
Office EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (Æthelwulf, Inscribed Cross)) Deormod 8 held office of Moneyer for Æthelwulf 1
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (Æthelwulf, Inscribed Cross)) Deormod 8
Office EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (Æthelwulf, Inscribed Cross)) Æthelwulf 1 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (Æthelwulf, Inscribed Cross)) Æthelwulf 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1514 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Deoring 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1514 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Deoring 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1514 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.078 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Deorhelm 1 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.078 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Deorhelm 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.078 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1967.8035 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Cenred 8 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1967.8035 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Cenred 8
Office EMC Coin  1967.8035 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1967.8035 (N 426 (Burgred, lunette, lines with crooks)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1262 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Ceolwig 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1262 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Ceolwig 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1262 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0777 (N 671/N 668 (Circumscription cross / Two Line, CC/HT1 etc)) Cenberht 5 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0777 (N 671/N 668 (Circumscription cross / Two Line, CC/HT1 etc)) Cenberht 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.0777 (N 671/N 668 (Circumscription cross / Two Line, CC/HT1 etc)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1713 (N 836 (Pax)) Burgwine 2 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1713 (N 836 (Pax)) Burgwine 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1713 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1553 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Burgwine 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1553 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Burgwine 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1553 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1317 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Brunwine 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1317 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Brunwine 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1317 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2006.0083 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Bruntat 2 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0083 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Bruntat 2
Office EMC Coin  2006.0083 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2006.0083 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1131 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Brunman 10 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1131 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Brunman 10
Office EMC Coin  1042.1131 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1159 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Brunman 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1159 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Brunman 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1159 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0293 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Brunman 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0293 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Brunman 6
Office EMC Coin  1991.0293 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0293 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1282 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Bruning 9 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1282 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Bruning 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1282 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1016 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Brun 9 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1016 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Brun 9
Office EMC Coin  1042.1016 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1462 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Brid 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1462 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Brid 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1462 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1396 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Brand 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1396 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Brand 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1396 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1417 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Brand 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1417 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Brand 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1417 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1551 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Brand 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1551 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Brand 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1551 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0974 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Boia 20 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0974 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Boia 20
Office EMC Coin  1042.0974 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.028 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Boia 17 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.028 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Boia 17
Office EMC Coin  1991.028 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1079 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Blacman 5 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1079 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Blacman 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1079 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1167 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Blacman 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1167 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Blacman 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1167 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1964.0043 (N 776 (Agnus Dei) (Hild. G)) Blacman 1 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1964.0043 (N 776 (Agnus Dei) (Hild. G)) Blacman 1
Office EMC Coin  1964.0043 (N 776 (Agnus Dei) (Hild. G)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1964.0043 (N 776 (Agnus Dei) (Hild. G)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1042.1395 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1395 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1395 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1547 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1547 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1547 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1546 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1546 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1546 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1545 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1545 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1545 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1544 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1544 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1544 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1543 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1543 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1543 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1542 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Blachere 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1542 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Blachere 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1542 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1398 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Beorhtwine 33 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1398 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Beorhtwine 33
Office EMC Coin  1042.1398 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1415 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Beorhtwig 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1415 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Beorhtwig 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1415 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1416 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Beorhtric 59 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1416 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Beorhtric 59
Office EMC Coin  1042.1416 (N 827/828 (Sovereign-Eagles / Hammer Cross mule)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1313 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Beorhtric 59 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1313 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Beorhtric 59
Office EMC Coin  1042.1313 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1312 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Beorhtric 59 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1312 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Beorhtric 59
Office EMC Coin  1042.1312 (N 826.1 (Pointed Helmet [var: rev. A in angles])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1603 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1603 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50
Office EMC Coin  1042.1603 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.16 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.16 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50
Office EMC Coin  1042.16 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1602 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1602 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50
Office EMC Coin  1042.1602 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1601 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1601 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Beorhtric 50
Office EMC Coin  1042.1601 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1158 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Beorhtræd 5 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1158 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Beorhtræd 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.1158 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1557 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Beorhtmær 39 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1557 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Beorhtmær 39
Office EMC Coin  1042.1557 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1113 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Beorhtmær 31 held office of Moneyer for Harold 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1113 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Beorhtmær 31
Office EMC Coin  1042.1113 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0259 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Beorhtlaf 5 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0259 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Beorhtlaf 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0259 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0259 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1042.0779 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Baciager 2 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0779 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Baciager 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.0779 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1679 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Othgrim 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1679 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Othgrim 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1679 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1635 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Othgrim 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1635 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Othgrim 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1635 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1678 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Othbeorn 6 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1678 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Othbeorn 6
Office EMC Coin  1042.1678 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1629 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Atsere 11 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1629 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Atsere 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.1629 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1541 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Atsere 11 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1541 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Atsere 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.1541 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1218 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Oslac 16 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1218 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Oslac 16
Office EMC Coin  1042.1218 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.118 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arncetel 4 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.118 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arncetel 4
Office EMC Coin  1042.118 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1634 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Arngrim 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1634 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Arngrim 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1634 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1236 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Arngrim 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1236 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Arngrim 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1236 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1181 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arngrim 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1181 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Arngrim 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1181 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1229 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Arnfrith 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1229 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Arnfrith 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1229 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.6692 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Albert 2 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6692 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Albert 2
Office EMC Coin  1986.6692 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6692 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1042.1639 (Edward the Confessor, Bust Facing / Pyramids mule (N 830/N 831)) Æthelwine 88 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1639 (Edward the Confessor, Bust Facing / Pyramids mule (N 830/N 831)) Æthelwine 88
Office EMC Coin  1042.1639 (Edward the Confessor, Bust Facing / Pyramids mule (N 830/N 831)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0301 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Æthelwine 88 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0301 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Æthelwine 88
Office EMC Coin  1991.0301 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0301 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1030.0592 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Æthelwine 85 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1030.0592 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Æthelwine 85
Office EMC Coin  1030.0592 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1692 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Æthelwine 81 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1692 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Æthelwine 81
Office EMC Coin  1042.1692 (N 837 (Pax [without sceptre])) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1598 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Æthelwine 80 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1598 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Æthelwine 80
Office EMC Coin  1042.1598 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1137 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelwig 39 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1137 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelwig 39
Office EMC Coin  1042.1137 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1148 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelwig 34 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1148 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelwig 34
Office EMC Coin  1042.1148 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1995.0162 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelweard 65 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1995.0162 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelweard 65
Office EMC Coin  1995.0162 (N 774 (Long Cross) (Hild. D)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1986.9128 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Æthelweald 8 held office of Moneyer for Offa 7
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.9128 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Æthelweald 8
Office EMC Coin  1986.9128 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Offa 7 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.9128 (N 310 (Light coinage, Portrait; flower etc. in inner circle reverse)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1403 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Æthelstan 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1403 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Æthelstan 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1403 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1402 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Æthelstan 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1402 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Æthelstan 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1402 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.132 (N 826 (Pointed Helmet [bust left]) (Hild. Fa)) Æthelstan 107 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.132 (N 826 (Pointed Helmet [bust left]) (Hild. Fa)) Æthelstan 107
Office EMC Coin  1042.132 (N 826 (Pointed Helmet [bust left]) (Hild. Fa)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0257 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Æthelstan 97 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0257 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Æthelstan 97
Office EMC Coin  1991.0257 (N 752 (Reform portrait)) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1428 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelstan 85 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1428 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelstan 85
Office EMC Coin  1042.1428 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1427 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelstan 85 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1427 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelstan 85
Office EMC Coin  1042.1427 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1248 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Æthelstan 83 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1248 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Æthelstan 83
Office EMC Coin  1042.1248 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1097 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Æthelric 120 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1097 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Æthelric 120
Office EMC Coin  1042.1097 (N 790 (Short Cross)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1524 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelric 116 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1524 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Æthelric 116
Office EMC Coin  1042.1524 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0982 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelric 110 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0982 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelric 110
Office EMC Coin  1042.0982 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.7765 (N 649 (Two-Line)) Æthelred 59 held office of Moneyer for Edward 2
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7765 (N 649 (Two-Line)) Æthelred 59
Office EMC Coin  1992.7765 (N 649 (Two-Line)) Edward 2 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7765 (N 649 (Two-Line)) Edward 2
Office EMC Coin  1991.0271 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelnoth 58 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1991.0271 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.093 (N 251 (Abp Æthelred; Cross-and-lozenge)) Æthelmund 28 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 13
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.093 (N 251 (Abp Æthelred; Cross-and-lozenge)) Æthelmund 28
Office EMC Coin  2001.093 (N 251 (Abp Æthelred; Cross-and-lozenge)) Æthelred 13 held office of Archbishop
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.093 (N 251 (Abp Æthelred; Cross-and-lozenge)) Æthelred 13
Office EMC Coin  1991.0242 (N 576 (Ecgberht, Portrait, Rochester)) Æthelmod 18 held office of Moneyer for Ecgberht 10
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0242 (N 576 (Ecgberht, Portrait, Rochester)) Æthelmod 18
Office EMC Coin  1991.0242 (N 576 (Ecgberht, Portrait, Rochester)) Ecgberht 10 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0242 (N 576 (Ecgberht, Portrait, Rochester)) Ecgberht 10
Office EMC Coin  1963.0002 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Æthelmod 12 held office of Moneyer for Cenwulf 3
Office EMC Coin  1963.0002 (N 342 (Cn. 5-22)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1153 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Æthelman 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1153 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Æthelman 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1153 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.113 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelmær 49 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.113 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelmær 49
Office EMC Coin  1042.113 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1129 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelmær 49 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1129 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Æthelmær 49
Office EMC Coin  1042.1129 (N 813 (Pacx) (Hild. D)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0261 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelhelm 21 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0261 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelhelm 21
Office EMC Coin  1991.0261 (N 775 (Helmet) (Hild. E)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1554 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfwine 177 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1554 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfwine 177
Office EMC Coin  1042.1554 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1233 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfwine 177 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1233 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfwine 177
Office EMC Coin  1042.1233 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.154 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Ælfwine 157 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.154 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Ælfwine 157
Office EMC Coin  1042.154 (N 828.1 (Hammer Cross [var: lines cut in dies])) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1513 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfwine 128 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1513 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfwine 128
Office EMC Coin  1042.1513 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1175 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Ælfwine 128 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1175 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Ælfwine 128
Office EMC Coin  1042.1175 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1599 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfwine 123 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1599 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfwine 123
Office EMC Coin  1042.1599 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1155 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Ælfwine 120 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1155 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Ælfwine 120
Office EMC Coin  1042.1155 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1701 (N 836 (Pax)) Ælfwig 44 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1701 (N 836 (Pax)) Ælfwig 44
Office EMC Coin  1042.1701 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0275 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Ælfwig 41 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0275 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Ælfwig 41
Office EMC Coin  1991.0275 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0275 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.161 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfweard 65 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.161 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfweard 65
Office EMC Coin  1042.161 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1511 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfweard 65 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1511 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfweard 65
Office EMC Coin  1042.1511 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1611 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfweard 65 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1611 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Ælfweard 65
Office EMC Coin  1042.1611 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1642 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfweard 54 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1642 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfweard 54
Office EMC Coin  1042.1642 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1026 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfweald 28 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1026 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfweald 28
Office EMC Coin  1042.1026 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0262 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfweald 28 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0262 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfweald 28
Office EMC Coin  1991.0262 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.14 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Ælfweald 26 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.14 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Ælfweald 26
Office EMC Coin  1042.14 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1996.0211 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Ælfstan 107 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0211 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Ælfstan 107
Office EMC Coin  1996.0211 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1996.0211 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1042.1024 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfsige 131 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1024 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfsige 131
Office EMC Coin  1042.1024 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1217 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfsige 118 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1217 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfsige 118
Office EMC Coin  1042.1217 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1648 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfsige 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1648 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ælfsige 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1648 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1359 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Ælfsige 112 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1359 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Ælfsige 112
Office EMC Coin  1042.1359 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0769 (N 668 (Two-Line (H) [var HC 1])) Alfred 88 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0769 (N 668 (Two-Line (H) [var HC 1])) Alfred 88
Office EMC Coin  1042.0769 (N 668 (Two-Line (H) [var HC 1])) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.151 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfnoth 58 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.151 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Ælfnoth 58
Office EMC Coin  1042.151 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0962 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfnoth 51 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0962 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfnoth 51
Office EMC Coin  1042.0962 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1018 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1018 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54
Office EMC Coin  1042.1018 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1017 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1017 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54
Office EMC Coin  1042.1017 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1019 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1019 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfheah 54
Office EMC Coin  1042.1019 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0977 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfgeat 15 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0977 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Ælfgeat 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.0977 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.122 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfgar 67 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.122 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Ælfgar 67
Office EMC Coin  1042.122 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1349 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1349 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Theodred 7
Office EMC Coin  1042.1349 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Theodred 7 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1227 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1227 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Thurfrith 14
Office EMC Coin  1042.1227 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Thurfrith 14 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1226 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1226 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Thurfrith 14
Office EMC Coin  1042.1226 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Thurfrith 14 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.163 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.163 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Thurcetel 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.163 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Thurcetel 8 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1637 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1637 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Thorr 1
Office EMC Coin  1042.1637 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Thorr 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1525 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1525 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22
Office EMC Coin  1042.1525 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1562 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1562 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22
Office EMC Coin  1042.1562 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1526 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1526 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22
Office EMC Coin  1042.1526 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1527 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1527 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22
Office EMC Coin  1042.1527 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Thurstan 22 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  2005.0211 (N 646 (London monogram + Tilewine)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2005.0211 (N 646 (London monogram + Tilewine)) Tilwine 3 held office of Moneyer for Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1042.1655 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1655 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ulf 37
Office EMC Coin  1042.1655 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Ulf 37 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.0959 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.0252 (N 229 (Abp Æthelheard Group II with Offa)) Offa 7
Office EMC Coin  1992.0252 (N 229 (Abp Æthelheard Group II with Offa)) Offa 7 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.0252 (N 229 (Abp Æthelheard Group II with Offa)) Æthelheard 13 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1991.0294 (N 818 (Small Flan) (Hild. B)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2007.0337 (N 253 (Abp Plegmund Class I; Cross)) Plegmund 1 held office of Archbishop
Office EMC Coin  1042.1452 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1267 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1154 (N 817 (Trefoil Quadrilateral) (Hild. C)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0278 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.0754 (N 802 (Harold I Jewel Cross)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.8014 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.0979 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1015 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.025 (N 645 (Halfpenny, London monogram)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0249 (N 644 (London monogram)) Alfred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1999.1009 (N 645 (Halfpenny, London monogram)) Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1999.1009 (N 645 (Halfpenny, London monogram)) Alfred 8 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1925.0449 (N 645 (Halfpenny, London monogram)) Alfred 8
Office EMC Coin  1925.0449 (N 645 (Halfpenny, London monogram)) Alfred 8 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0255 (N 753 (London halfpenny)) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0298 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1613 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1699 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.17 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1116 (N 803 (Harold I, Fleur-de-lis, fleur reverse)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1657 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1619 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1529 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.026 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0264 (N 764 or N 777 (Æthelred, Small Cross (first or last?))) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0267 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.027 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0268 (Æthelred II (978-1016), no further details) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.1218 (N 770 (Crux) (Hild. C)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1035 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1034 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1033 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0252 (N 671 (Circumscription cross, without mint)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1992.7773 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0243 (Æthelwulf of Wessex (no further details)) Æthelwulf 1 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0287 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0288 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0285 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0286 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0274 (Cnut, Quatrefoil (N 781-6) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0283 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0284 (Cnut (no further details)) Cnut 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0238 (Coenwulf of Mercia (no further details)) Cenwulf 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0258 (Edgar, no further details) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.03 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0296 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1989.0085 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  2001.1219 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1561 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1638 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1334 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1411 (N 827 (Sovereign/Eagles) (Hild. H)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1683 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1151 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1128 (N 812 (Edward Arm and Sceptre)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1715 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0291 (Harold I (no further details, N 801-7)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.029 (Harold I (no further details, N 801-7)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1991.0289 (Harold I (no further details, N 801-7)) Harold 5 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.155 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1025 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0256 (N 754 (Winchester halfpenny)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1991.0256 (N 754 (Winchester halfpenny)) Edgar 11 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1676 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1675 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
Office EMC Coin  1042.1641 (N 835 (Transitional Pyramids)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1641 (N 835 (Transitional Pyramids)) Wicing 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1641 (N 835 (Transitional Pyramids)) Wicing 3 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1595 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1595 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Wilgrip 2
Office EMC Coin  1042.1595 (N 830 (Bust Facing / Small Cross) (Hild. Ac)) Wilgrip 2 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0239 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Ceolwulf 5
Office EMC Coin  1991.0239 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Ceolwulf 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0239 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Wærbeald 2
Office EMC Coin  1991.0239 (N 388 (Cl. 29)) Wærbeald 2 held office of Moneyer for Ceolwulf 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6716 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16
Office EMC Coin  1986.6716 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Eadred 16 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1986.6716 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Wilberht 3
Office EMC Coin  1986.6716 (N 713 (Bust crowned, without mint)) Wilberht 3 held office of Moneyer for Eadred 16
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0276 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0276 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0276 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Wine 36
Office EMC Coin  1991.0276 (N 781 (Quatrefoil) (Hild. E)) Wine 36 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0302 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0302 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Wulf- 1
Office EMC Coin  1991.0302 (N 831 (Pyramids) (Hild. I)) Wulf- 1 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1030.0207 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1030.0207 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Wulfferth 1
Office EMC Coin  1030.0207 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Wulfferth 1 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1042.152 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.152 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53
Office EMC Coin  1042.152 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1521 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1521 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53
Office EMC Coin  1042.1521 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1522 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1522 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53
Office EMC Coin  1042.1522 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfgar 53 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1991.0253 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Æthelstan 18 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0253 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfgar 62
Office EMC Coin  1991.0253 (N 668 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfgar 62 held office of Moneyer for Æthelstan 18
Office EMC Coin  1992.7782 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Edmund 14 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1992.7782 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfgar 66
Office EMC Coin  1992.7782 (N 688 (Two-Line (H): HT 1)) Wulfgar 66 held office of Moneyer for Edmund 14
Office EMC Coin  1042.1266 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1266 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Wulfmær 34
Office EMC Coin  1042.1266 (N 825 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. F)) Wulfmær 34 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1528 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1528 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfmær 44
Office EMC Coin  1042.1528 (N 828 (Hammer Cross) (Hild. G)) Wulfmær 44 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1228 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1228 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Wulfmær 46
Office EMC Coin  1042.1228 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Wulfmær 46 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1198 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1198 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Wulfmær 46
Office EMC Coin  1042.1198 (N 820 (Expanding Cross, light)) Wulfmær 46 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1013 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1013 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfred 31
Office EMC Coin  1042.1013 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfred 31 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1922.0006 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5
Office EMC Coin  1922.0006 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Burgred 5 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1922.0006 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Wulfred 32
Office EMC Coin  1922.0006 (N 423 (Burgred, lunette, unbroken)) Wulfred 32 held office of Moneyer for Burgred 5
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0281 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1991.0281 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1991.0281 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Wulfred 33
Office EMC Coin  1991.0281 (Cnut, Short Cross (N 790-4) (Hild. H)) Wulfred 33 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.0961 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Æthelred 32 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.0961 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfsige 66
Office EMC Coin  1042.0961 (N 777 (Last Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfsige 66 held office of Moneyer for Æthelred 32
Office EMC Coin  1042.1704 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1704 (N 836 (Pax)) Wulfweard 36
Office EMC Coin  1042.1704 (N 836 (Pax)) Wulfweard 36 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1689 (N 836 (Pax)) Harold 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1689 (N 836 (Pax)) Wulfwig 22
Office EMC Coin  1042.1689 (N 836 (Pax)) Wulfwig 22 held office of Moneyer for Harold 3
Office EMC Coin  1042.1147 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1147 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfwig 23
Office EMC Coin  1042.1147 (N 816 (Radiate - Small Cross) (Hild. A)) Wulfwig 23 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
Office EMC Coin  1042.1205 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Edward 15 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1205 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Wulfwine 26
Office EMC Coin  1042.1205 (N 823 (Expanding cross, heavy)) Wulfwine 26 held office of Moneyer for Edward 15
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0753 (N 751 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  2001.0753 (N 751 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Edgar 11 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  2001.0753 (N 751 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Wynhelm 7
Office EMC Coin  2001.0753 (N 751 (Bust Crowned, with mint)) Wynhelm 7 held office of Moneyer for Edgar 11
Office EMC Coin  1042.1064 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Cnut 3 held office of King
RecordedNames EMC Coin  1042.1064 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Wynstan 4
Office EMC Coin  1042.1064 (N 787 (Pointed Helmet) (Hild. G)) Wynstan 4 held office of Moneyer for Cnut 3