Domesday People: A Prosopography of Persons Occurring in by K.S.B. Keats-Rohan

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This is often the 1st of 2 volumes delivering for the 1st time an authoritative and entire prosopography of post-Conquest England, 1066-1166. in line with broad and wide-ranging study, the 2 volumes comprise over 8 thousand entries on people happening within the valuable English administrative resources for the post-Conquest interval -- Domesday e-book, the Pipe Rolls, and Cartae Baronum. Continental starting place is a huge concentration of the entries, in addition to the dialogue of kin and descent of charges which characterise the entire paintings; genealogical tables are incorporated. An creation discusses Domesday prosopography; an appendix offers the Latin texts of the Northamptonshire and Lindsey surveys.Post-Conquest family tree and manorial historical past begin with Domesday booklet: genealogists will welcome this paintings.

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J. G. Jenkins, part I (Buckinghamshire Record Society, 1938), app. C. 10; 18; VCH Essex i, 525n. 29 Paris BN lat. 10087, pp. 103, 154, nos. 265,491. 22; 3 1 ;39, DB Cheshire 15. 31 Ord. Vit. ii, 82. See Judith Green, 'The lords of the Norman Vexin', in John Gillingham and J. C. , War and Government in the Middle Ages: Essays in Honour of J. 0. Prestwich (Woodbridge, 1984), 46-62. -M. Bouvris, 'La renaissance de I'abbaye de Montivilliers et son dkvelopementjusqu'8 la fin du XIe sibcle', in L'Abbaye de Montivilliers ci travers les ciges.

4. 19, Chart. Chichester, no. 945, pp. 299-302, here p. 2. Chronicon Abbatice Rameseiensis, ed. W. Dunn Macray (Rolls Domesday Book and Domesday Prosopqgwphy example is provided by the Breton settlement, achieved in a series of stages of which the earliest was the grant of a large part of Cambridgeshire to Count Alan (see Chapter 3). He and his men dominated the Inquisitio Eliensis and the Inquisitio Camitatus Cantabrigiensis, and figure largely in early documents from Cambridgeshire and its hinterIand.

Autour des origines de saint-ktienne de Fontenay', Bulletin de la Soci6te des antiquaim de Normandie 57 (196 1-2), 5-4 1. -M. Mailrefer, 'Une familie aristocratique aux confins de la Normandie: Les G4r4 au XIe siecle', Cahiers des Annales de Nomandie 17 (1985), 1 75-206. -M- Bouvris. Annales de Normandie 41 ( 1 99 1). , f 54. 10-11; 14;25;65-66, 138-141; 206;271;293. 31. "* Eustace's brother Godfrey was duke of Lorraine, a region that had produced a countess of Anjou in the early eleventh century, and which could well have thereby attracted a handful of Angevin migrants, one of whom subsequently went to England.

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