THE HOLDERS OF LANDS
From W(illiam), Ailmar holds 2 hides in
CINTONE [? Kington 1 in Bickenhill and
Solihull]. 2 There is land for 2 ploughs.
There are 5 villeins who have them. Wood-
(land) half a league long and 4 furlongs broad.
It was and is worth 10 shillings. Turchil
held it freely T.R.E.
From W(illiam), Juhell holds 1 hides
in SECHINTONE [Seckington]. There is land
for 4 ploughs. In the demesne is i ; and
(there are) 6 villeins and 4 bordars with 2
ploughs. There are acres of meadow.
It was and is worth 30 shillings. Ernui held
it.
From W(illiam), Ordric holds 2 hides in
WITSCAGA [Wishaw]. 3 There is land for 2
ploughs. There are 3 villeins with a priest
and 4 bordars. Wood(land) 3 furlongs long
and i broad. It was worth 30 shillings; now
10 shillings. The same Ordric held it freely.
IN MERETON [MARTON] HUNDRET
From W(illiam), Roger holds i hide in
HODENELLE [Hodnell]. (There is land for) 4
i plough. It is there with 2 villeins and 2
bordars. There are 6 acres of meadow. It
was worth 10 shillings; now 2O shillings.
Alwi held it freely.
From W(illiam), Osmund holds 2 hides in
HUNINGEHAM [Hunningham]. 6 There is land
for 4 ploughs. In the demesne is i, and 2
serfs ; and (there are) 4 villeins and 2 bordars
with i plough. There are 6 acres of meadow.
It was worth 40 shillings ; now 30 shillings.
Ernewi held it freely T.R.E.
From W(illiam), Chetel holds hides
1 Alias Kingsford.
J Coming between Amington and Seckington,
which are two adjoining parishes in Hemlingford
Hundred, I thought that ' Cintone ' would be a
neighbouring place in the same hundred, and
as Kington, which with Lyndon formed a mem-
ber of Bickenhill, is in the same hundred and
in Turchil's territory, and is found at an early date
in the hands of the Mountforts of Beaudesert, who
somehow acquired a considerable portion of the
Corbucion estates, I have little doubt that the
identification here made is correct. Dugdale (p.
553) seems to identify this 'Cintone' with Kineton,
but evidently distrusts (p. 431) his own sugges-
tion. (There is however nothing to connect
William or his heirs with the above place.
J.H.R.)
3 Doubtless in ' Coleshelle ' Hundred, being after-
ward in Hemlingford Hundred.

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in the same vill [HUNINGEHAM] 8 and half a virgate of land. 8 There is land for 3 ploughs. In the demesne is I, with i serf; and (there are) 3 villeins and 5 bordars with 2 ploughs. There are 6 acres of meadow. It was and is worth 30 shillings. Saulf held it freely. IN STANLEI [STONELEIGH] HUNDRET From W(illiam), Johais holds 2j virgates of land in WESTONE [Weston under Wetherley]. 7 There is land for ij ploughs. In the de- mesne is I with I villein and I bordar. There are I O acres of meadow. It was and is worth 10 shillings. Sawold held it freely. From W(illiam), Roger holds I virgate of land in CONDELME [Coundon]. 8 There is land for i plough. There are 2 bordars. Wood(Iand) half a league long and 4 fur- longs broad. It was worth 5 shillings ; now 4 shillings. IN BERRICESTONE [BARCHESTON] HUNDRET From W(illiam), Johais holds 2^ hides in BERRICESTONE [Barcheston]. There is land for 3^ ploughs. In the demesne are 2 ; and (there are) 5 villeins and 7 bordars with ij ploughs. There is a mill worth (de) 100 pence, and 1 2 acres of meadow. It was worth 40 shillings ; now 50 shillings. Wiching held it freely T.R.E. From W(illiam), Geoffrey holds I hide in MAPELBERGE [Mappleborough in Studley]. 9 There is land for 3 ploughs. In the demesne is i with i serf; and (there are) 2 villeins with i plough. There are 10 acres of meadow. Wood(land) I furlong long and I broad. It was worth 2O shillings ; now 1 5 shillings. Leuiet held it freely. 6 Honingham (now Hunningham), which ap- pears afterward in Marton Leet, was doubtless in the Domesday Hundred of ' Meretone.' 8 i.e. if hides in all. 7 The identification seems clear, for this Weston afterward appears in Stoneleigh Leet. The vir- gates held here by Robert under Turchil, together with these 2 virgates, make up a i-hide estate, in addition to which Robert also held here an estate of 3 hides less one-third of a virgate under the Count of Meulan. 8 Coundon afterward in Stoneleigh Leet was doubtless in the Domesday Hundred of ' Stanlei.' The one virgate of this estate together with the three virgates held here by the Church of Coventry make it a i-hide place. Mappleborough was, no doubt, like Studley, in ' Fernecumbe ' Hundred. 333