s. xiv ex., New Minster

Type of MS.: Cartulary
Davis no.: 1048
Bibliography: Miller, New Minster, pp. xxxix-xl, xlii, xliii [G]
Related MSS: Similar to Cotton Domitian A. XIV. Possibly related to bifolium used as wrapper at Winchester College (see Davis).
Comment: Printed Sawyer has s. xvi; SDK alt to s. xiv 'Temp. Ric. II' acc. to Davis.
Provenance: John Fisher (ex Richard Bethell?) s. xvi; later perhaps Peter le Neve. Purchased by Wanley for Harley circa 1713, 'bought of Hancock the Devil's broker'.

Charters contained:

S956x, A.D. 1019 (first week of Easter). King Cnut to New Minster, Winchester; restoration of 5 hides (cassati) at Drayton, Hants. The estate had been granted to a young man of Winchester who had wrongly informed Cnut that it was royal property. s. xiv ex.

S845, f. 33r-v: A.D. 983. King Æthelred to Æthelgar, bishop (of Selsey); grant of a meadow (Hyde Moors) in the northern part of Winchester, Hants. s. xiv ex.

S370, f. 47r-v: A.D. 903 (Southampton). King Edward founds New Minster, Winchester, and grants 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, 9 at Stratton, 3.5 at Burcot, 8.5 at Popham, 10 at Woodmancott, 10 at Candover, 10 at Cranbourne, 4 at Drayton in Barton Stacey, 3 at Swarraton, 6 at Northington, 3 at Norton near Selborne, 1.5 at Slackstead and Tachbury in Copythorne, and 15 at Abbotts Ann, Hants; 50 at Collingbourne, 40 at Chisledon, Wilts.; and land at Durley, Hants. s. xiv ex.

S374x, f. 47v: A.D. 904 (Bickleigh, Devon). King Edward to St Peter's Minster, Winchester; grant of 10 hides (mansae) at Micheldever, Hants. s. xiv ex.

S360x, f. 48r: A.D. 900 (Southampton). King Edward to New Minster, Winchester; grant of 100 hides (cassati) at Micheldever, Hants. With bounds of Micheldever, Cranbourne, Curdridge, Durley, Rigeleah (Slackstead), and Candover, Hants., and note, in English, that 7 hides at Worthy belong to Micheldever. s. xiv ex.

S470, ff. 124v-125r: A.D. 940. King Edmund to New Minster, Winchester; grant of 30 hides (mansae) at Pewsey, Wilts. s. xiv ex.

S865, f. 125r-v: A.D. 987. King Æthelred to Æthelwold; grant of 10 hides (manentia) at Manningford Abbots, Wilts. s. xiv ex.