s. xii 2, Ely

Type of MS.: Chronicle-cartulary
Davis no.: 365
Bibliography: Tite, Early Records, p. 104
Related MSS:
Comment: Annotated by Joscelyn.
Provenance: Ff. 1-35, John Twyne. Ff. 36-120, Arthur Agarde. Cotton: lent to Arthur Agarde, Peter Balle.

Charters contained:

S781x, f. 99r-v: A.D. 970. King Edgar to Ely Abbey; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Stoke near Ipswich, Suffolk. s. xii 2

S907, ff. 99v-100r: A.D. 1004. King Æthelred to Ely Abbey; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Littlebury, Essex. s. xii 2

S958, ff. 100r-101r: A.D. 1022 (St Æthelthryth's Day = 23 June). King Cnut to Abbot Leofric and Ely Abbey; grant of land at Wood Ditton, Cambs., in exchange for land at Cheveley, Cambs. s. xii 2

S1051, ff. 101r-102v: A.D. 1042 x 1066. King Edward to Ely Abbey; grant of land at Lakenheath and confirmation of privileges and of land at Ely, Swaffham Prior, Horningsea, Wood Ditton, Hauxton, Newton, Stapleford, Great Shelford, Triplow, Melbourn, Armingford, Little Gransden, Stetchworth, Balsham, Fulbourn, Teversham, Westley Waterless, Trumpington, West Wratting, Snailwell, Fen Ditton, Hardwick, Milton, Impington, Cottenham, and Willingham, Cambs.; at Hartest, Glemsford, Hitcham, Rattlesden, Drinkstone, Nedging, Barking, Barham, Wetheringsett, Livermere, Occold, Wicklow, Sudbourne, Melton, Kingston, Hoo, Stoke (near Ipswich), Debenham, Brightwell, Woodbridge and Brandon, Suffolk; at Feltwell, Bridgeham, Methwold, Croxton, Weeting, Mundford, Bergh Apton, Westfield, Fincham, Northwold, Walpole, Marham, Dereham, Thorpe and Pulham, Norfolk; at Hadstock, Littlebury, Stretley (Green) in Littlebury, the two Rodings, Rettendon, Amberden (Hall) in Debden, Broxted, Easter, Fambridge and Terling, Essex; at Hadham, Hatfield and Kelshall, Herts.; at Spaldwick, Somersham, Colne and Bluntisham, Hunts. s. xii 2

S1100, ff. 102v-103r: A.D. 1045 x 1066, possibly 1055 x 1066. Writs of King Edward announcing that he has appointed Wulfric to the office of abbot of Ely with full privileges. s. xii 2