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THE HOLDERS OF LANDS now 1 8 pounds. The king has three hides of this land in his forest. 1 THE LAND OF ST. PETER OF WINCHESTER * IN WALETONE [WALLINGTON] HUNDRED VII. THE ABBEY OF ST. PETER of Winches- ter holds SANDESTEDE [Sanderstead]. 3 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 18 hides; now for 5 hides. The land is for 10 ploughs. In demesne there is I ; and (there are) 2 1 villeins and i cottar with 8 ploughs. There p. 32b, col. I. are 4 serfs. Wood worth 30 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 100 shil- lings, and afterwards 7 pounds ; now 1 2 pounds ; yet it renders 15 pounds. THE LAND OF THE CHURCH OF CHERTSEY IN WALETONE [WALLINGTON] HUNDRED VIII. THE ABBEY OF ST. PETER of CER- TESY [Chertsey] holds WATENDONE [Whatting- don]. 4 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 2O hides ; now for 5 hides. The land is for 8 ploughs. In demesne there is I plough ; and (there are) 17 villeins and 2 cottars with 5 ploughs. There is a church. Wood worth 6 hogs from the pannage. In the time of king Edward it was worth 6 pounds ; now 7 pounds. The Abbey itself holds COLESDONE [Couls- don]. 6 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 20 hides ; now for 3^ hides. The land is for 10 ploughs. In demesne there is I plough ; and (there are) 10 villeins and 4 cottars with 6 ploughs. There is a church. Wood worth 3 hogs. In the time 1 Of Windsor. 1 There is an alleged omission of a manor belonging to the New Minster. By post- conquest authority (see Dugdale 3 vol. ed. I. 209) Ethelflaed, first wife of Edgar, is said to have given Lingfield in Tandridge Hundred to it. It certainly held it later (Testa de Nevill, p. 22O). 8 Sanderstead. It belonged at the Dissolu- tion to the Abbey of Hyde, ' the New Min- ster ' (of St. Peter). 1 Whattingdon, an extinct manor in Coulsdon, belonging to Chertsey at the Dis- solution. There was a chapel there, generally held with Coulsdon Church, and suppressed by Edward VI. 6 Belonging to Chertsey at the Dissolution. of king Edward it was worth 6 pounds, now 7 pounds. The Abbey itself holds SUDTONE [Sutton, near Cheam]. 6 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 30 hides ; now for 8 hides. The land is for 15 ploughs. In demesne there are 2 ploughs ; and (there are) 21 villeins and 4 cottars with 13 ploughs. There are 2 churches ; and 2 serfs ; and 2 acres of meadow. Wood worth i o hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 20 pounds ; now 1 5 pounds. IN TENRIGE [TANDRIDGE] HUNDRED The self-same Abbey holds 2 hides of land, 7 and William holds of the Abbot. But the men testify that it was the demesne land of Alwin in the time of king Edward, and he could take what lord he pleased (quo voluit irepotutt). It was then assessed for 2 hides ; now for nothing. There is I bordar and i serf. In the time of king Edward it was worth 20 shillings, and afterwards 5 shillings now 10 shillings. 8 In the self- same Hun- dred the Abbey itself holds 3 vir- gatesofland. IN AMELEBRIGE [MLEYBRIDGE] HUNDRED The Abbey itself holds COVENHAM [Cob- ham]. 9 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 30 hides ; now for 12^- hides. The land is for 10 ploughs. In demesne there is I plough ; and (there are) 29 villeins and 6 cottars with 9 ploughs. There are 3 mills worth 13 shillings and 4 pence ; and i acre of meadow. Wood worth (de) 40 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 20 pounds; now 14 pounds. WILLIAM DE WATEVILLE holds 2 hides of the Abbey itself. 10 One Englishman held them in the time of king Edward, and in the lifetime of the same King he gave this land to the same 6 Sutton Abbas, belonging to Chertsey at the Dissolution. 7 Perhaps at Horley, which was a Chertsey manor later. Horley is now in Reigate (Cherchefelle) Hundred, but it is on the borders of Tandridge. In 1086 it was isolated in the forest, but there are traces of an ancient settlement there at Thundersfield. 8 In the margin in the original. 9 Cobham was Chertsey property later. 10 Perhaps a farm called Norwood, in Cob- ham parish, which was claimed in 1679 as part of the manor of Esher. 307