The first free online copy of Domesday Book
Known today as Ethereg.
: 48.5 households (
Total tax assessed
: 5.9 geld units (
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Head of manor:
: Taxable value 11.9 geld units. 20.0 villtax.
: Value to lord in 1066 £18. Value to lord in 1086 £40. Value to lord c. 1070 £2.
: 38 villagers. 47 smallholders. 12 free men.
: 5 lord's plough teams. 25.5 men's plough teams.
: Meadow 26 acres. Woodland 208 pigs. 1 church. 0.5 church lands.
Livestock in 1066
: 2 cobs. 4 cattle. 40 pigs. 20 sheep. 60 goats.
Livestock in 1086
: 3 cobs. 15 cattle. 30 pigs. 100 sheep. 100 goats. 7 beehives.
Lords in 1066
free man, one
free men, six and four halves of
free men, three
Overlords in 1066
Edric of Laxfield
Ely (St Etheldreda), abbey of
Lord in 1086
Tenant-in-chief in 1086
Earl Hugh (of Chester)
Places mentioned in this entry
Lost, can only be located approximately.
❧ Maps and site by
. Domesday data created by
Professor J.J.N. Palmer and team, University of Hull.