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A HISTORY OF SURREY acres of meadow. From the pannage and herbage, 6 hogs. In the time of king Edward, and afterwards, it was worth 60 shillings ; now 50 shillings. IN BLACHEDFELD [BLACKHEATH] HUNDRED The King holds in demesne GOMESELLE [Gomshall]. Earl Harold held it. It was then assessed for 2O hides, now for nothing. The land is for 20 ploughs. In demesne there are 2 ; and (there are) 30 villeins and 8 bordars with 1 8 ploughs. There are 6 serfs ; and a mill worth 40 pence ; and 3 acres of meadow. Wood worth (de) 30 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 1 5 pounds, and afterwards 10 pounds; now 20 pounds; and yet it renders 30 pounds. The villeins of this vill are quit from every sheriff's matter (re vicecom'). Of the land of this manor, the Bishop 1 put half a hide in the manor of Brun- lei [Bramley] wrongfully, and holds the same, which had been in Gomeselle [Gomshall] in the time of king Edward, and also of (king) William. In WODETONE [Wotton] Hundred the King has in demesne one hide, which belongs to (facet in) Gomeselle [Gomshall]. The King holds in demesne ESSIRA [Shiere]. Queen Edith (Eddid) held it. It was then assessed for 9 hides, and yet there were then 1 6 hides there. Lately (Modo) it has not paid geld. The land is for 14 ploughs. In demesne there are 2 ploughs ; and (there are) 1 9 vil- leins and 6 bordars with 1 2 ploughs. There is a church ; and 6 serfs ; and 2 mills worth I o shillings ; and 3 acres of meadow. Wood worth (de) 50 hogs. In the time of king Edward, and afterwards, and now, it (was and) is worth 1 5 pounds. In WODETONE [Wotton] Hundred the King has in demesne 3 virgates, which belong to (iacent in) Essire [Shiere] and are valued there. IN WODETONE [WOTTON] HUNDRED The King holds in demesne DORCHINGES [Dorking]. 8 Queen Edith (Eddid) held it. It was then assessed for loj hides; now for 1 OfBayeux.

  • Held by the De Warennes, ' a tempore a

quo non exstat memoria,' to quote John de Warenne's plea in 1279. Probably granted by William Rufus to the first De Warenne, Earl of Surrey. nothing. The land is for 14 ploughs. In de- mesne there are 2 ploughs ; and (there are) 38 villeins and 13 bordars with 14 ploughs. There is a church ; and 4 serfs ; and 3 mills worth 15 shillings and 4 pence. There are 3 acres of meadow. Wood worth 50 hogs from the pannage. From the herbage, 38 hogs. In the time of king Edward, and p. sob, col. ii. afterwards, and now, it (was and) is worth 1 8 pounds. One named Edric, who held this manor, gave 2 hides to his daughters and they could put themselves under any lord whom they chose (potuerunt ire quo voluerunt cum terris suis). Of these hides, Richard de Tonebrige has one, s which does not belong to any manor, and he has there in demesne i plough, with i bordar, and a mill at the Hall, and (there is) i acre of meadow. Herfrey holds the other hide of the Bishop of Bayeux. Richard's hide is worth 20 shillings, Herfrey's 10 shillings. From the 3 manors which queen Edith had in Surrey, the Sheriff has 7 pounds, be- cause he affords them aid when they have need. IN GODELMINGE [GoDALMING] HUNDRED The King holds in demesne GODELMINGE [Godalming]. King Edward held it. Then (there were) 24 hides. They have never ren- dered geld. The land is for 30 ploughs. In demesne there are 3 ploughs ; and (there are) 50 villeins and 29 bordars 4 with 19 ploughs. There are 2 serfs ; and 3 mills worth 41 shillings and 8 pence ; and 25 acres of meadow. Wood worth 1 00 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 25 pounds, and afterwards 2O pounds ; now 30 pounds by tale ; and yet it renders 30 pounds weighed and burnt. 5 Randulf Flambard holds of this manor a church, 6 to which belong 3 hides. Ulmasr held it of king Edward. They have never rendered geld. The land is for 2 ploughs. In demesne there is I ; and (there are) 5 villeins and 12 cottars with 2 ploughs. There are 1 5 acres of meadow ; and wood worth 3 hogs. The same Randulf holds 8 Probably Hampstead iuxta Dorking, part of the Honour of Clare in 1314. 4 The only bordars in Godalming Hun- dred. Elsewhere in the Hundred cottars appear, but there are no cottars on royal demesne. See above, on Wallington. 6 Tested for fineness. 6 St. Peter's and St. Paul's, Godalming. 298