s. xvii

Type of MS.: Antiquarian transcript
Davis no.:
Bibliography: Gibbs 1939, pp. 1-8; Tite, Early Records.
Related MSS: Extracts from Tiberius D. V, Claudius D. XIII, Nero C. VI, Galba E. II
Comment: pp. 32-6=lost charters 1783-96; taken from a Rotulus Antiquus Ecclesiae Sancti Pauli, now lost

Charters contained:

S1783, A.D. 693 x 704. Æthelred, king of Mercia, to Waldhere, bishop (of London); grant of land at Ealing, Middx. s. xvii

S1784, c. A.D. 704 x 709. Offa, king of Essex, to Waldhere, bishop of London; grant of land at Hemel Hempstead, Herts. s. xvii

S1785, A.D. 704 x 709. Tyrhtil, bishop (of Hereford), to Waldhere, bishop of London; grant of land at Fulham, Middx. s. xvii

S1786, A.D. 704 x 709. Cenred, king of Mercia, renews the sanctio of Æthelberht, king (of Kent), in favour of St Paul’s, London. s. xvii

S1787, c. A.D. 706 x c. 709. Swæfred, king of Essex, to Ingwald, bishop of London; grant of land at Dengie, Essex. s. xvii

S1788, A.D. 716 x 745. Æthelbald, king of Mercia, to Ingwald, bishop of London; grant of the toll and custom due from one ship. now 103b s. xvii

S1789, c. A.D. 706 x 745. Signature to a charter in favour of Ingwald, bishop (of London). s. xvii

S1790, A.D. 757 x 796. Offa, king of Mercia, extends the liberties of St Paul’s. s. xvii

S1791, After A.D. 825. Ceolberht, bishop of London, and the community of St Paul, to Sigeric, minister of Wiglaf, king of Mercia; lease of land at Braughing, Herts. s. xvii

S1792, A.D. 935. Extract, with witness, from a charter of King Athelstan. s. xvii

S1793, A.D. 946. King Eadred to Eawynn, a nun; grant of land at Shopland, Essex. s. xvii

S1794, A.D. 957. King Eadwig to Brihthelm, bishop (of London); grant of land at Orsett, Essex. s. xvii

S1795, A.D. 946 x 975. King Edgar allows Æthelflæd, widow of his father Edmund, to give land at Hadham, Herts., to St Paul’s. s. xvii

S1796, A.D. 986. Dating clause and three witnesses from a charter of King Æthelred. s. xvii

S945, p. 32: A.D. 978 x 1016. Writ of King Æthelred declaring that his priests in St Paul's minster are to have their sake and soke within borough and without, and as good laws as ever they had in the days of any king or bishop. s. xvii

S337x, p. 33: A.D. 867. Edgar (? for Æthelred), king, to St Paul's Monastery; grant of 15 hides (mansiones) at Navestock, Essex. s. xvii

S908, p. 33: A.D. 1004 x 1014. King Æthelred confirms the grant by Æthelflæd to St Paul's, of 2 hides (mansae) at Laver, Essex, and 4 at Cockhampstead, Herts. (cf. S 1495) s. xvii

S367a, pp. 33-34: A.D. 903. King Edward, with Æthelred and Æthelflæd of Mercia, at the request of Æthelfrith, dux, renews the charter of a grant by Coenwulf, king of Mercia, to Beornnoth, comes, of 10 hides (cassati) at Islington, Middx. s. xvii

S103b, p. 35: A.D. 716 x 745. Æthelbald, king of Mercia, to Ingwald, bishop of London; grant of the toll on one ship. s. xvii

S1182x, p. 55: A.D. 762. Dunwald, minister of the late King Æthelberht, to the church of SS Peter and Paul (St Augustine's), Canterbury; grant of land in Canterbury. s. xvii

S1245x, pp. 62-63: A.D. 675 (iuxta flumen Bladon, 26 Aug.). Leuthere, bishop of the Saxons, to Aldhelm, priest; grant of land at Malmesbury, Wilts., for a monastery. s. xvii

S1041x, pp. 67-68: A.D. 1065 (Westminster, 28 Dec.). King Edward to Westminster Abbey, Third Charter; grant and confirmation of privileges. s. xvii

S1043x, pp. 69-70: A.D. 1066 (Westminster, 28 Dec.). King Edward to Westminster Abbey, First Charter; confirmation of privileges and of lands, comprising (a) 17.5 hides at Westminster, 20 at Hendon, 5 at Hampstead, 12 hides and 1 uirga at Greenford, 8 hides at Hanwell, 8 at Shepperton, 7 at Sunbury, Middx.; 10 at Aldenham, 4 hides and 1 uirga at Datchworth, 4.5 hides at Watton(-at-Stone), 6.5 at Holwell, Herts.; 2 at Ham, 4 at Wennington, 5 at Kelvedon (?), 4 at Fanton in North Benfleet, Essex; 10 at Morden, Surrey; 2 at Ewell, Kent; 7 at Parham, 3 at Chollington in Eastbourne, 4 at (West) Chiltington, Sussex; (b) Moulsham [granted by Leofcild], Kelvedon Hatch (?) [granted by Æthelric], Maplestead [granted by Wulfwine], Kelvedon, Rayne and Latchingdon [granted by Guthmund), Wanstead [granted by Ælfric], Leyton [granted by Ætsere Swearte], Paglesham [granted by Ingulf], Essex; Lessness, Kent [granted by Ætsere]; Claygate, Surrey [granted by Tostig]; Ayot St Lawrence, Herts. [granted by Ælfwine]; Denham [granted by Wulfstan], a half hide at Amersham and 1 hide at Weedon, Bucks. [granted by Siward]; 2.5 hides at Wormley, Herts. [granted by Leofsige of London]; and (c) grant of land at Launton, Islip, Oxon.; Staines, Middx; Windsor, Berks.; Wheathampstead, Herts.; Stevenage, Ashwell, Herts.; Deene, Sudborough, Northants.; Perton, Staffs.; Rutland [after the death of Queen Edith]; Pershore, Worcs.; and Deerhurst, Gloucs. s. xvii