Name: Eynsham (St Mary), abbey of

This landowner is associated with 1 place before the Conquest; 2 after the Conquest. (Note that the same name is not necessarily the same person.)

Before the Conquest

Lord in 1066:

After the Conquest

Tenant-in-chief in 1086:

Tenants-in-chief held land directly from the Crown.

Lord in 1086:

The immediate lord over the peasants after the Conquest, who paid tax to the tenant-in-chief.

  • Mickleton, Celfledetorn, Gloucestershire
  • Oxford, Headington, Berkshire / Buckinghamshire / Oxfordshire