s. xvii

Type of MS.: Antiquarian transcript
Davis no.:
Bibliography: Kelly, Abingdon, pp. liii, lxvi [P]; Tite, Early Records.
Related MSS: Cottonian single-sheets; also Domitian A. XI
Comment: = Richard James's transcripts from single-sheets of Abingdon in the Cottonian collection

Charters contained:

S886, A.D. 995. King Æthelred to Wulfric (Spot), his minister; grant of 2.5 hides (mansae) in the common land at Dumbleton, Gloucs., forfeited by Æthelsige for theft, granted by the king to Hawase, his man, and now exchanged by Hawase for other land belonging to Wulfric. s. xvii

S624x, pp. 156-157: A.D. 956 (ii). King Eadwig to Edmund, his optimas; grant of 10 (altered to 16) hides (cassati) at Annington, Sussex. s. xvii

S552, pp. 157-158: A.D. 949. King Eadred to Wulfric, his faithful man; grant of 18 hides (mansae) at Welford, Berks., in exchange for land at Pendavey in Egloshayle, Cornwall. s. xvii

S618x, pp. 158-159: A.D. 956 (iii). King Eadwig to Brihtric, his minister; grant of 5 hides (cassati) at Tadmarton, Oxon. s. xvii

S594x, pp. 159-160: A.D. 956 (i). King Eadwig to Ælfwine, his familiar; grant of 15 hides (mansae) at Milton, Berks. s. xvii

S690x, pp. 160-161: A.D. 961. King Edgar to Abingdon Abbey; grant of 22 hides (cassati) at Ringwood, Hants. s. xvii

S687x, pp. 161-162: A.D. 960. King Edgar to Wulfric, minister: restitution of forfeited lands at Æscesburuh (Woolstone), Denchworth, Garford, Chieveley, Stanmore in Beedon, Chaddleworth, Boxford, Benham, Berks.; Worting, Tichborne, Hants.; Stedham, Tillington, Patching, Poynings and Newtimber, Sussex. s. xvii

S876x, pp. 162-168: A.D. 993 (Winchester, Hants., Pentecost, i.e. 4 June; Gillingham, Dorset, 17 July). King Æthelred to Abingdon Abbey; confirmation of privileges, including the right of free election of a new abbot. s. xvii