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TRANSLATION OF THE RECORD

CALLED

DOMESDAY,

SO FAR AS RELATES

TO THE COUNTIES OF

MIDDLESEX, HERTFORD, BUCKINGHAM, OXFORD,

AND GLOUCESTER.

BY

THE REY. WILLIAM BAWDWEN,

Vicar of Hooton Pagnel, Yorkshire.

« Neque puto, alibi, in Orbe
“ Christiano, actorum publicorum Autographa, quorum saltem
“ Ratio aliqua habenda est, extare, quæ non seculis
“ aliquot his cedunt."

SELDEN.

Doncaster :

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AND SOLD BY MESSRS. LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,

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TO

SAINT ANDREW WARDE, ESQ. OF HOOTON PAGNEL, IN THE

COUNTY OF YORK,

THIS VOLUME, TRANSLATED FROM DOMESDAY-BOOK, AND

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ADVERTISEMENT.

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HE county of York, including Amounderness, Lonsdale, and Furness, in Lancathire; together with such parts of Westmoreland and Cumberland, as are contained in the Domesday Survey; and also the counties of Derby, Nottingham, Rutland, and Lincoln, are already before the Public, and are contained in a preceding volume of this translation. The present volume contains those announced in the title page. The remaining volumes are intended to be published early in each year, till the whole be completed; and will be sold for a much less fum than two guineas, as was mentioned in the original proposals. For the further convenience of his numerous friends and fellow-subjects, the translator has so ordered that Separate counties may be had of his publishers.

He cannot omit this opportunity of offering the tribute of his most grateful acknowledgments to all those who have either favoured him with their subscriptions, or otherwise contributed to the success of this undertaking, a feeling which he shall ever be proud to preserve, and which no circumstances of time and place can ever erase from his breast.

DOMESDAY.

Middlesex and Hertfordshire.

MIDELSEXE (MIDDLESEX.)

HERE ARE NOTED THE LANDHOLDERS IN MIDDLESEX.

[Orig. 126, b. 2.)

1. King William.
II. The Archbishop of Canterbury.
III. The Bishop of London and his Canons.
IV. Abbey of Westminster.

V. Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Rouen.
VI. Abbey of Berking.
VII. Earl Roger.
VIII. Earl of Moreton.
IX. Geoffry de Mandevile.

X. Ernulf de Hesding.
XI. Walter, son of Other.
XII. Walter de St. Waleric.
XIII. Richard, son of Earl Gilbert.
XIV. Robert Gernon.

XV. Robert Fafiton.
XVI. Robert, the son of Rozelin,
XVII. Robert Blount.
XVIII. Roger de Rames.
XIX. William, son of Ansculf.
XX. Edward de Sarisberie.

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