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A HISTORY OF SURREY The Abbey itself holds CEBEHAM [Chob- ham]. In the time of king Edward, and now, it (was and) is assessed for 10 hides. There is land for 12 ploughs. In demesne there is I ; and (there are) 29 villeins and 6 bordars with 1 1 ploughs. There are 3 serfs ; and I O acres of meadow. Wood worth 1 30 hogs. Of this land, Odm[us] holds of the Abbot 4 hides. Corbelin (holds) 2 hides of the land of the villeins. In demesne there is i plough ; and (there are) 7 villeins and 4 bordars with 3 ploughs. 1 There is a church and another chapel.* The whole manor in the time of king Edward was worth 16 pounds. Now the monks' part (is worth) 12 pounds and 10 shillings, but the homagers' (part) 60 shillings, p- 33 IN WALETONE [WALLINGTON] HUNDRED Haimo the Sheriff holds i^ hides in fee of the Abbot of Chertsey. Alward held it in the time of king Edward, and could seek what lord he pleased (potuit se vertere quo voluit). In demesne there is i plough ; with 6 cottars, and 3 serfs, and 1 1 acres of meadow. In the time of king Edward, and afterwards, and now, it (was and) is worth 20 shillings. The same Haimo holds half a hide of the selfsame Abbey. Ulward held it in the time of king Edward, and could seek what lord he pleased (potuit se vertere quo voluit). 3 These 2 hides which Haimo holds were assessed for 2 hides in the time of king Ed- ward ; now for a half. There is I cottar ; and 5 acres of meadow. It is worth, and was worth, 5 shillings. IN BRIXISTAN [BRIXTON] HUNDRED The same Haimo holds TOTINGES [Lower Tooting] of the Abbot of Chertsey. It was assessed for 6 hides less i virgate in the time of king Edward ; now for nothing. The land is for 3 ploughs. In demesne there is i plough ; and (there are) 3 villeins and 2 bordars with i plough. There is a church ; and 4 acres of meadow. In the time of king Edward it was worth 40 shillings, afterwards 20 shillings ; now 70 shillings. The same Haimo holds in TOTINGES 1 The latter entries must refer to the land of Odmus and Corbelin.

  • The site of the chapel is lost.

3 This clause is an insertion, and in the original is written before the previous entry. [Lower Tooting] * i hide of the Abbot of Chertsey. Osward held it of king Edward, and could seek what lord he pleased (potuit ire quo voluit). There is I villein, with half a plough ; and i acre of meadow. In the time of king Edward (it was worth) 1 5 shillings ; now 10 shillings. IN CERCHEFELLE [REIGATE] HUNDRED William de Wateville held TEPESTEDE [Chipstead] of the Abbot of Chertsey. Turgis and Ulf held it in the time of king Edward. The land of Turgis belonged to (erat de} the Abbey. Ulf could seek what lord he pleased (poterat ire quo volebat). It was then assessed for 5 hides ; now for i hide. There are 2 villeins and i bordar. When William relinquished the land (abiit), it was farmed out at 40 shillings (erat ad firmam de xl solidis}. p. 34, a. x. Ulwin holds of the selfsame Abbey BIFLET [Byfleet]. 6 The same man held it in the time of king Edward. It was then assessed for 8 hides ; now for 2 hides and a half. The land is for two ploughs. In demesne there is I plough ; and (there are) 7 villeins and 2 bordars with 2 ploughs. There is a church ; and 3 serfs; and a mill worth 5 shillings. i fisheries, worth 325 eels ; and 6 acres of meadow. Wood worth 10 hogs from the pannage. In the time of king Edward (it was worth) 100 shillings ; now 4 pounds. IN WOCHINGES [WOKING] HUNDRED The Abbey itself holds CLANEDUN [East Clandon]. 6 In the time of king Edward it was assessed for 10 hides ; now for 4 hides. The land is for 5 ploughs. There are 6 villeins and 12 bordars with 7 ploughs. Wood worth 6 hogs. In the time of king Edward it was worth 6 pounds. Now (it is worth) 4 pounds ; and yet the villeins who hold it render 6 pounds. In the time of king Edward the Abbot of Chertsey bought 2 hides in Clanedun [East Clandon], and laid them (misit in) to this manor. Anschil held them of the King. The Bishop of Bayeux laid them (misit in) to

  • The manor called Tooting Graveney,

properly Gravenell. In the Testa de Nevill Richard de Gravenell holds i knight's fee in Tooting of the Abbey of Chertsey. 8 The heading In Godelei HuncT is no doubt accidentally omitted. Byfleet, in God- ley Hundred, was always held of Chertsey. 6 East Clandon or Clandon Abbatis. See 31, a. 2, for the bishop of Bayeux's encroach- ment, also mentioned here. 310