A.D. 1042 x 1065. Record of agreement between Eadnoth and his wife, and Abbot Ælfwine and the community of St Benedict's, Ramsey, concerning land at Acleia. Eadnoth and his wife are to retain the land for their lifetimes, after which it will revert to Ramsey. They are to pay 2 pounds every year to their son Æthelric, a monk at Ramsey, for his clothing. Their man Leofwine is to keep his virgate until his death, when it will revert to the church. Latin




1. London, Public Record Office, E 164/28, f. 160v (s. xiv)
2. Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson B 333, f. 22v (s. xiv 1)


K, 919; Thorpe, pp. 585-6; Macray, Chron. Ramsey, pp. 173-4; Pierquin, Recueil, pt 6, no. 71


Fowler 1920, pp. 49-50 (no. 11)


Macray, Chron. Ramsey, pp. 173-4; Fowler 1920, pp. 50-2, identifies as Oakley, Beds; Hart, ECEE, no. 39, authentic, suggests identification with Oakley, a wood in St Ives, Hunts; Foot 2000, II. 57