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The record of the great survey of England completed in 1086, executed for William I of England, or William the Conqueror.— Excerpted from Domesday Book on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Articles and works[edit]

  • Domesday Book disambiguation page
  • Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, mentioned in Domesday Book
  • Webb, Philip Carteret (1700-1770) A short account of some particulars concerning Domes-day Book : with a view to its being published (1756)[1]
  • Kelham, Robert (1717-1808) Domesday book Illustrated[2]
  • Henry Penruddocke Wyndham Wiltshire, extracted from Domesday book: to which is added a translation of the original Latin into English. With an index, in which are adapted the modern names to the antient; and with a preface, in which is included a plan for a general history of the county (1788) [3]
  • Samuel Henshall (1764?-1807) Domesday : or, An actual survey of South-Britain, by the commissioners of William the Conqueror, completed in the year 1086 (1799) [4]
  • Bawdwen, William (1762-1816) Dom boc; part 1 (1809), part 2 (1812)
  • Ellis, Henry (1777-1869) A General Introduction to Domesday Book: Accompanied by Indexes of the Tenants-in-Chief, and Under-Tenants, at the Time of the Survey; As Well as of the Holders of Lands Mentioned in Domesday Anterior to the Formation of that Record; with an Abstract of the Population of England at the Close of the Reign of William the Conqueror, so Far as the Same is Actually Entered. London: G. Eyre & A. Spottiswoode, 1833. 2 v. [5]
  • William Reader, Domesday book, for the county of Warwick [6]
    Recherches sur le Domesday; ou, Liber censualis d'Angleterre, ainsi que sur le Liber de Winton et Le Boldon-Book (1842) [7]
  • Ormerod, George (1785-1873) Miscellanea Palatina: consisting of genealogical essays illustrative of Cheshire Domesday roll, compiled from original authorities (1851) [8]
  • Arthur Hussey, Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, mentioned in Domesday book, and those of more recent date (1852) [9]
  • George Munford An Analysis of the Domesday Book, of the County of Norfolk (1858) [10]
  • The Domesday of St. Paul's of the Year MCCXXII (1858) [11]
  • Henry James Domesday Book, Or, The Great Survey of England of William the Conqueror A.D. MLXXXVI (1862) [12]
  • Anderson, John Corbet (1827-1907) Shropshire: it's early history and antiquities. Comprising a description of the important British and Roman remains in that county: its Saxon and Danish reminiscences: the Domesday survey of Shropshire: and the history of its forests, towns, manors, abbeys, churches, castles, and great baronial houses (1864) [13]
  • William Henry Rich Jones, Domesday for Wiltshire; extracted from accurate copies of the original records, accompanied with translations, illustrative notes, analysis of contents, and general introduction (1865) [14]
  • Bateman, John, The acre-ocracy of England: a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards, with their possessions and incomes, arranged under their various counties, also their colleges and clubs; culled from the modern domesday book. Culled from "The Modern Domesday Book" (1876) [15]
  • Eyton, Robert William (1815-1881) A key to Domesday : showing the method and exactitude of its mensuration, and the precise meaning of its more usual formulae ; the subject being specially exemplified by an analysis and digest of the Dorset survey (1878) [16]
  • Eyton, Robert William, Domesday studies: an analysis and digest of the Somerset survey (according to the Exon codex), and of the Somerset gheld inquest of A. D. 1084. [17]
  • Eyton, Robert William, Notes on Domesday (1880) [18]
  • Eyton, Robert William, Domesday studies; an analysis and digest of the Staffordshire survey. Treating of the mensuration, technicalities, phraseology, and method of Domesday, in its relation to Stafordshire and to other counties of the same circuit. With tables and notes reproducing the main features of the Domesday survey of the county, and comparing the same with existing conditions (1881) [19]
  • W. Airy, A Digest of Domesday Bedfordshire, being an analysis of that portion of the Domesday Survey which relates to the county of Bedford, and a key to the facsimile edition of tre same published by the Government, Bedford (1881)
  • Bateman, John, The great landowners of Great Britain and Ireland; a list of all owners of three thousand acres and upwards ... also, one thousand three hundred owners of two thousand acres and upwards in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, their acreage and income from land culled from The modern Domesday book .. (1883) [20]
  • The Devonshire Domesday and Geld Inquest Vol 2 (1884-92), Texts and translations of Exon & Exchequer DB (Devon folios) [21][22]
  • Evelyn White, Charles Harold (1851–1938), The great domesday book of Ipswich; liber sextus: with an introduction to the entire volume, full notes and a commentary; with a brief account of the earlier little domesday books belonging to the same town (1885) [23]
  • Author:John Pym Yeatman The Domesday book for the County of Derby, reprinted from "The feudal history of the County of Derby," (chiefly during the 11th, 12th, and 13th centuries) 1885? [24]
  • Patrick Edward Dove , Henry Benjamin Wheatley Domesday studies, being the papers read at the meetings of the Domesday commemoration 1886. With a bibliography of Domesday book and accounts of the mss. and printed books exhibited at the Public record office and at the British museum (1888&1891) [25]
  • Author: Charles Samuel Taylor An Analysis of the Domesday Survey of Gloucestershire (1889) [26]
  • Author: Edmund Salusbury Ffoulkes A History of the Church of S. Mary the Virgin, Oxford: The University Church : from Domesday to ... (1892)
  • Author: John Horace Round (1854-1928) Feudal England : historical studies on the XIth and XIIth centuries (1895) [27]
  • Author: John Ashton Hyde Park from Domesday-book to Date (1896) [28]
  • The Domesday of Inclosures, 1517-1518; being the extant returns to Chancery for Berks, Bucks, Cheshire, Essex, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northants, Oxon, and Warwickshire by the Commissioners of inclosures in 1517 and for Bedfordshire in 1518; together with Dugdale's ms. notes of the Warwickshire inquisitions in 1517, 1518, and 1549 (1897) [29]
  • John Morrison Davidson The annals of toil: being labour-history outlines, Roman and British (1899) [30]
  • A. H. Inman, Domesday and feudal statistics, with a chapter on agricultural statistics (1900) [31]
  • Author: Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey (1846-), Horringer parish registers. Baptisms, marriages, and burials, with appendixes and biographical notes. 1558 to 1850 (1900) [32]
  • Author: William James Ashley (1860-1927) Surveys, historic and economic (1900)
  • Author: Joseph Horsfall Turner, Yorkshire place names, as recorded in the Yorkshire Domenday book, 1086: comprising all the references (nearly five thousand,) to places in the three ridings and North Lancashire .. with their modern names & suggested etymologies; the chief lords and tenants; and twenty-two illustrations (1901) [33]
  • Author:John Horace Round (1854-1928) Feudal England; historical studies on the XIth and XIIth centuries (1909) [34]
  • F. H. Baring, Domesday Tables for the Counties of Surrey, Berkshire, Middlesex, Hertford, Buckingham, Bedford and for the New Forest with an Appendix on the Battle of Hastings, London, 1909.[35]
  • Arthur Bromby Wilson-Barksworth, The composition of the Saxon Hundred in which Hull and neighbourhood were situate as it was in its original condition (1920) [36]
  • J. J. Alexander, 'An Irish Invasion of Devon', Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art, 55 (1924) pp. 125-130.
  • Frederic William Maitland, Domesday Book and Beyond (1897)
  • Domesday re-bound, London : H.M.S.O., 1954. (viii, 55 p., 8 p. of plates ; ill.) (Series: Public Record Office handbooks]], no. 2)
  • Darby, H. C. and G. R. Versey, Domesday gazetteer, Cambridge [Eng.] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1975. (viii, 544, 65 p. : col. maps ; 24 cm.)

The Domesday geography of England[edit]

  • Vol. 1. Darby, H. C., The Domesday geography of eastern England Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1952. (xiv, 400 p. illus. 24 cm.)
  • Vol. 2. Darby, H. C. and I. B. Terrett, The Domesday geography of midland England, Cambridge, University Press, 1971. (2d ed.) (xvii, 490 p. maps, facsim. 24 cm.)
  • Vol. 3. Darby, H. C. and Eila M.J. Campbell, The Domesday geography of south-east England, Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1962. (xvi, 658 p. maps, facsim. 24 cm.)
  • Vol. 4. Darby, H. C. and I.S. Maxwell, The Domesday geography of northern England, Cambridge [Eng.] University Press, 1962. (xv, 540 p. maps (part col.) col. facsim. 24 cm.)
  • Vol. 5. Darby, H. C. and R. Welldon Finn, The Domesday geography of South-west England, London, Cambridge U.P., 1967. (xiv, 469 p. front. (facsim.), maps (some col.), tables. 24 cm.)
  • Darby, H. C. Domesday England, Cambridge [Eng.] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1977. (xiii, 416 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.)

Victoria County History[edit]

  1. Bedfordshire, i. (1904). Introduction (pp. 191-218) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 221-266) by F.W. Ragg.
  2. Berkshire, i. (1906). Introduction (pp. 285-323) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 324-369) by F.W. Ragg.
  3. Buckinghamshire, i. (1905). Introduction (pp. 207-229) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 230-277) by F.W. Ragg.
  4. Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely, i. (1938). Introduction (pp. 335-357) by L.F. Salzman; translation (pp. 400-427) by J. Otway-Ruthven.
  5. Cheshire, i. (1990). Introduction (pp. 293-341) by P.H. Sawyer and A.T. Thacker; translation (pp. 342-370) by P.H. Sawyer.
  6. Cornwall, ii. part 8 (1924). Introduction (pp. 45-59) by L.F. Salzman; translation (pp. 61-103) by T. Taylor.
  7. Cumberland, i (1901). Introduction (pp. 295-335) and translation (p. 336 ) by J. Wilson. [This contains material that is in Yorkshire Domesday].
  8. Derbyshire, i. (1905). Introduction (pp. 293-326) and translation (pp. 327-355) by F.M. Stenton.
  9. Devon, i. (1906). Introduction (pp. 375-402) and translation (pp. 403-549) by O.J. Reichel. [The translation is of Exon, but arranged in the order of Domesday.]
  10. Dorset, iii. (1968). Introduction (pp. 1-60) and translation (pp. 61-114) by Ann Williams. [This also contains a discussion translation and analysis of the Geld Rolls (Tax Returns) for Dorset and of the summaries of various fiefs (pp. 115-149)]
  11. Essex, i. (1903). Introduction (pp. 333-426) and translation (pp. 427-578) by J.H. Round.
  12. Gloucestershire (not yet published).
  13. Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, i. (1900). Introduction (pp. 399-447) and translation (pp. 448-526) by J.H. Round.
  14. Herefordshire, i. (1908). Introduction (pp. 263-307) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 309-345) by J.G. Wood and J.H. Round.
  15. Hertfordshire, i. (1902).Introduction (pp. 263-299) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 300-344) by F.W. Ragg.
  16. Huntingdonshire, i. (1926). Introduction (pp. 315-336) and translation (pp. 337-355) by F.M. Stenton.
  17. Kent, volume iii. (1932). Introduction (pp. 177-200) by N. Neilson; translation (pp. 203-252 ) by F.W. Ragg.
  18. Lancashire, i. (1906). Introduction (pp. 269-283) and translation (pp. 283-290) by W. Farrer. [This volume contains material from the Cheshire and Yorkshire Domesdays.]
  19. Leicestershire, i (1907). Introduction (pp. 277-305) and translation (pp. 306-338) by . F.M. Stenton.
  20. Lincolnshire, (not yet published).
  21. Middlesex, i. (1969). Introduction (pp. 80-118) and translation (pp. 119-129) by T.G.Pinder.
  22. Norfolk, ii. (1906). Introduction (pp. 1-38) by C. Johnson; translation (pp. 39-203) by C. Johnson and E. Salisbury.
  23. Northamptonshire, i. (1902). Introduction (pp. 257-298) and translation (pp. 301-356) by J.H. Round. [This volume also contains an introduction, translation and analysis of the telfth-century Northamptonshire Survey (pp. 357-392) also by J.H. Round.
  24. Nottinghamshire, i. (1906). Introduction (pp. 207-246) and translation (pp. 247-288) by F.M. Stenton.
  25. Oxfordshire, i. (1939). Introduction (pp. 373-395) and translation (pp. 396-428) by F.M. Stenton.
  26. Rutland, i. (1908). Introduction (pp. 121-137) and translation (pp. 138-142) by F.M. Stenton.
  27. Shropshire, i. (1908). Introduction (pp. 279-308) by J. Tait; translation (pp. 309-349) by C.H. Drinkwater.
  28. Somerset, i. (1906). Introduction (pp. 383-432) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 434-526) by E.H. Bates.
  29. Staffordshire, iv. (1958). Introduction (pp. 1-36) and translation (pp. 37-60) by C.F. Slade.
  30. Suffolk, i. (1911). Introduction (pp. 357-417) by B.A.Lees; anonymous translation (pp. 418-582) 'adapted from the translation by the late Lord Hervey' .
  31. Sussex, i. (1905). Introduction (pp. 351-386) by J.H.Round and L.F. Salzmann; translation (pp. 387-451) by L.F. Salzmann.
  32. Warwickshire, i (1904). Introduction (pp. 269-298) by J.H. Round; translation (pp. 299-344) by W.F. Carter.
  33. Wiltshire, ii. (1955). Introduction (pp. 42-112) and translation (pp. 113-168) by R.R. Darlington. [This also contains a discussion translation and analysis of the Geld Rolls (Tax Returns) for Wiltshire and of the summaries of various fiefs (pp. 169-221)]
  34. Worcestershire, i. (1901). Introduction (pp. 235-280) and translation (pp. 282-323) by J.H. Round. [This volume also contains a discussion and translation of Evesham B, Evesham Q and Worcester C.]
  35. Yorkshire, ii. (1912). Introduction (pp. 133-189) and translation (pp. 191-327) by W. Farrer.

Biographies of persons mentioned in the Book[edit]

Other biographies[edit]

Works about the Domesday survey[edit]

  • Birch, Walter de Gray (1842-1924) Domesday book : a popular account of the exchequer manuscript so called with notices of the principal points of general interest which it contains. London : S.P.C.K., 1887. (328 p. 17 cm.) [37]
  • Maitland, Frederic William, Domesday book and beyond: three essays in the early history of England Cambridge University Press ; Boston : Little, Brown & Co., 1897. (xiii, 527 p.) [38] text
  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Domesday Book
  • Ballard, Adolphus, The domesday boroughs (1904) [39]
  • Ballard, Adolphus, The Domesday inquest (2nd ed.) London : Methuen & Co., [1923] (xvi, 289 p. front (facsim.) 27 illus., 18 pl., 2 maps, plan. 23 cm.) 1906 edition archive.org
  • Poole, Austin Lane, From Domesday Book to Magna Carta, 1087-1216 (Series: The Oxford history of England; v. 3), Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1951. 2nd ed. 1955. (xv, 541 p. : geneal. tables, maps ; 22 cm.)

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