Catalogue description Place name: York, Yorkshire Folio: 298r Great Domesday Book Domesday...

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Details of E 31/2/2/10545
Reference: E 31/2/2/10545
Place name: York, Yorkshire
Folio: 298r Great Domesday Book
Domesday place name: Eboracum
People mentioned within entire folio: Alfgrimr; Alsige; Alwine; Another Earnwig; Arnketil; Beornwulf; Berengar de Tosny; Bondi; Brun the priest; mother of Brun the priest; Canons of Church of St Peter of York; Church of All Saints, York; Church of Holy Trinity, York; Church of St Andrew, York; Church of St Cross, York; Church of St Cuthbert, Durham; Church of St Cuthbert, York; Church of St Martin, York; Church of St Mary, York; Count Alan; Drengs of Gamal; Dunstan; Ealdraed, Archbishop of York; Ealdwulf; Ealhmund; Earl Morcar; Earl Waltheof; Hugh d'Avranches, Earl of Chester; Earnwig; Earnwine; Ecgbeorht; Einulf; Elaf; Erneis de Buron; Forne; Gamal; Gamal Barn; Gamal-Karli; Geoffrey de Mowbray, Bishop of Coutances; Gluniairnn; Godelind; Gospatric; another Gospatric; Grim; Grimkel; Hamelin; Healfdene; Hedned; Hubert de Mont-Canisy; Hugh fitzBaldric, the sheriff; Judges of York; Ketil the priest; King Edward as donor; King William as arbiter; King William as donor; King William as landholder; Landric the carpenter; Ligulf; Lyfing the priest; Maerle-Sveinn; Man of The sheriff Hugh fitzBaldric; Modgifu; Moneyer of York; Morulf; Murdac; Nigel Fossard; Nigel de Muneville; Northmann; Odbert; Odo the crossbowman; Orm; Osbern d'Arques; Osbern fitzBoso; Othulf; Ralph Paynel; Ramkel; Reeves of Earl Harold; Richard; Richard de Sourdeval; Richard fitzErfast; Robert Malet; Robert, Count of Mortain; Selakollr; Snarri; Sterri; Sunngifu; Sunulf the priest; Swart; Thomas, Archbishop of York; Thorfinnr; Thorkil; Tumi; Uhtraed; Ulfkil; Walcher, Bishop of Durham; Waldin; Weleret; William de Saint-Calais, Bishop of Durham; William de Percy; Gilbert Maminot, Bishop of Lisieux
Date: 1086
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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