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THE HOLDERS OF LANDS worth 2O shillings. Wood worth 2O hogs ; and in Sudwerche [Southwark] I house worth 40 pence belongs to this manor ; and in London Alnod had a demesne house belonging to this manor. Adam son of Hubert now holds it of the BisiJop. The whole manor, in the time of king Edward, was worth 10 pounds, and afterwards 1 00 shillings ; now 8 pounds. Of the land of this manor, Geoffry holds of Richard 5 hides. Ralph (holds) 2 hides. Ulsi (holds) 2 hides. The whole is worth 6 pounds and 10 shillings. The same Ralph holds of the Bishop CALVEDONE * [Chaldon]. Derinc held it of king Edward. Then and now it (was and) is assessed for 2 hides. The land is for 2 ploughs, and they are there in demesne ; and (there is) a church. In the time of king Edward it was worth 40 shillings, and after- wards 20 shillings ; now 4 pounds. IN BRIXISTAN [BRIXTON] HUNDRED The Bishop of Lisieux holds of the Bishop HACHEHAM [Hatcham]. Brixi held it of king Edward. Then and now, it (was and) is assessed for 3 hides. The land is for 3 ploughs. There are 9 villeins and 2 bordars with 3 ploughs ; and there are 6 acres of meadow. Wood worth 3 hogs. In the time of king Edward, and afterwards, and now, it (was and) is worth 40 shillings. IN CHIRCHEFELD [REIGATE] HUNDRED Herfrey holds of the Bishop GATONE [Gatton]. Earl Leofwine held it.* It was then assessed for 10 hides ; now for 2^ hides. The land is for 5 ploughs. In demesne there p. 3ib, col. ii. are 2 ploughs ; and (there are) 6 villeins and 3 bordars with 2 ploughs. There is a church ; and 6 acres of meadow. The wood and the herbage (are worth) 7 hogs. In the time of king Edward, and now, it (was and) is worth 6 pounds ; when he received it, 3 pounds. Ansgot holds of the Bishop half a hide in WALETONE [Wallington] Hundred. Epi held this in the time of king Edward, and could take what lord he pleased (potuit ire quo voluit). It is worth 5 shillings. IN BRIXISTAN [BRIXTON] HUNDRED The Bishop of Lisieux holds of the Bishop 1 This name is printed Salvedone in the Record Commission's edition ; but, although the initial letter is badly formed, it is probably meant for C (J. H. R.). 8 Brother to Harold ; killed at the battle of Hastings. PECHEHAM [Peckham]. Alfled held it of Harold in the time of king Edward, and it belonged to (iacuit in) PATRICESY [Battersea]. Then and now it (was and) is assessed for 2 hides. 8 The land is for i plough. There is I villein and 3 bordars ; and 2 acres of meadow. In the time of king Edward, and now, it (was and) is worth 30 shillings ; when he received it, 20 shillings. Ansgot holds of the Bishop ESTREHAM [Streatham]. 4 Edwin held it in the time of king Edward, and could take what lord he pleased (potuit ire quo voluit). Then, and now, it (was and) is assessed for I hide. There is i plough and 2 villeins. It is worth, and was worth, 25 shillings. IN COPEDEDORNE [CoPTHORNE] HUNDRED Hugh holds of the Bishop PACHESHAM [Pachevesham in Letherhead]. tinier held it of the King in the time of king Edward. It was then assessed for 4 hides ; and now for 3 virgates. The land is . 6 In demesne there are 2 ploughs ; and (there are) II villeins and 8 bordars with 2 ploughs. There are 4 serfs ; and 2 moieties of mills 6 worth 1 2 shillings ; and 5 acres of meadow. Wood worth 3 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 40 shillings ; and after- wards 2O shillings ; now 70 shillings. RANDULF holds of the Bishop i hide and I virgate. Leuric held it freely (liberam) of Harold, and could take what lord he pleased (quo voluit ire potuit). This land is now assessed for I virgate. 2 villeins have half a plough there. In the time of king Edward (it was worth) 20 shillings, and afterwards 12 ; now 10 shillings. BAINGIARD holds of the Bishop i hide, which Elmer held of earl Harold, and he could take what lord he pleased (quo libet ire potuit). It was then assessed for i hide ; now for I virgate. In demesne there is I plough ; with I bordar ; and the moiety of a mill worth 6 3 See 32, a. 2 below ; and the Introduc- tion. 4 The two manors in Streatham, Tooting Bee and Leigham Court, are represented by five entries in Domesday. As this is not Tooting Bee, which appears below, it may be what was afterwards Leigham Court. 6 A blank in the MS. 8 See for moieties of mills Baingiard's hold- ing below, and at Fecheham. 303