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[Lower and Upper] Farringdon

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Known today as Farringdon / Lower Farringdon / Upper Farringdon.
  • Hundred: Neatham
  • County: Hampshire
  • Total population: 33 households (quite large).
  • Total tax assessed: 10 exemption units (very large).
  • Taxable units: Taxable value 10 exemption units. Taxed on 5.0.
  • Value: Value to lord in 1066 £15. Value to lord in 1086 £21. Value to lord c. 1070 £12.
  • Households: 11 villagers. 20 smallholders. 2 slaves.
  • Ploughland: 10 ploughlands (land for). 1 lord's plough teams. 8 men's plough teams.
  • Other resources: Meadow 12 acres. Woodland 30 swine render.
  • Lord in 1066: Godwin the priest.
  • Overlord in 1066: King Edward.
  • Lord in 1086: Exeter (St Peter), bishop of.
  • Tenant-in-chief in 1086: Exeter (St Peter), bishop of.
  • Phillimore reference: 5,1

AboutContact ❧ Maps and site by Anna Powell-Smith. Domesday data created by Professor J.J.N. Palmer and team, University of Hull.