A.D. 1061 x 1065. Ælfgar, dux, to Æthelwig, abbot of Evesham; restitution of 7 hides at Daylesford, Gloucs., in return for 6 marks of gold. Latin with English bounds




1. London, British Library, Cotton Vespasian B. XXIV, f. 40r-v (s. xii/xiii)


K, 963; Pierquin, Recueil, pt 6, no. 89


Grundy, Worcs., I, pp. 9-11; Darlington 1933, p. 6 n. 3, spurious; Grundy, Gloucs., pp. 20-2, shows that the bounds are of Adlestrop, Gloucs; Oleson 1955, p. 155, spurious; PN Gloucs., i. 3, 212, 213, 217, 220; Finberg, ECWM, no. 178, authentic; Dumville 1992, pp. 41-2 n. 58, spurious, dicusses estate history; Keynes 1998, p. 37 n. 156

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    • Old English bounds only ∂is is ∂ara VII hida landgemæra æt Dagelesforda ∂a hyr∂ into Burhtune. ærest of Bladene on mulæs law. ∂æt for∂ up to heorndune to wettan stanes wylle. Of wettan stanes wylle on heortbroc. Of ∂am broce on ∂a stige. Onlong stige on ∂a dic. Onlong dic on ∂a stræt. Onlong stræt to ∂ere o∂ere stræt. Of ∂ere stræt on beagan wylle. Onlong broces eft on Bladene.