DOMESDAY SUDRIE (SURREY)

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ABINGER appears in Domesday Book as Abinceborne. It was held by William de Braiose (see also the entry for Paddington) . Its Domesday Assets were 4 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 6s, 7 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 40 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

ADDINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Eddintone, Edintone. It was held by 1. Albert the clerk 2. Tezelin (Tesselin) the cook. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 3 hides. 8 ploughs, woodland worth 40 hogs. It rendered (in total): 10.

ALBURY appears in Domesday Book as Eldeberie. It was held by Roger d'Abernon from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 5s, 8 ploughs, 1 acre of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 9.

APPS COURT appears in Domesday Book as Ebsa. It was held by 1. Richard de Tonebrige 2. Picot from Richard. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 7 hides. 4 ploughs, 46 acres of meadow, woodland worth 6 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 4 17s 0d.

ASHFORD (now in Surrey) appears on the Middlesex Domesday Map as Exeforde. It was held by Robert, Count of Mortain. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 plough, meadow for 1 plough; a separate manor in 1066, it was part of the manor of Kempton in 1086. It rendered (in total): 14s 0d.

ASHTEAD appears in Domesday Book as Stede. It was held by the Canons of Bayeux from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides and 1 virgate. 16 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, woodland worth 7 hogs. It rendered (in total): 12.

BALHAM appears in Domesday Book as Belgeham. It was held by Geoffrey Orlateile. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 ploughs, 8 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 2.

BANSTEAD appears in Domesday Book as Benestede. It was held by Richard from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 9 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 1, 17 ploughs, woodland worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 8.

BARNES appears in Domesday Book as Berne. It was held by the Canons of St Paul of London. Its Domesday Assets were: 8 hides, paying tax with Mortlake. 5 ploughs, 20 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 7.

BATTERSEA appears in Domesday Book as Patricesy. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. ^917. Its Domesday Assets were: 18 hides. 7 mills worth 42 9s 8d, 17 ploughs, 82 acres of meadow, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): 75 9s 8d.

BEDDINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Beddinton (e) . It was held by 1. Robert de Watevile from Richard de Tonebrige 2. Miles Crispin. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 6 hides. 1 church, 14 ploughs, 4 mills worth 3 15s 0d, 44 acres of meadow, woodland worth 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 19 10s 0d.

BERMONDSEY appears in Domesday Book as Bermundesy (e) . It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 12 hides. ''A new and handsome' church, 5 ploughs, 20 acres of meadow, woodland worth 5 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

BETCHWORTH appears in Domesday Book as Becesworde. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 10s, 4 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 86 hogs. It rendered (in total): 8.

BLACKHEATH appears in Domesday Book as Blacheatfeld. Blackheath was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) , an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

BLETCHINGLEY appears in Domesday Book as Blachingelei. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 14 ploughs, 17 acres of meadow, woodland worth 58 hogs. Also 7 houses in London and Southwar. It rendered (in total): 15 13s 4d.

BOOKHAM, GREAT appears in Domesday Book as Bocheham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 13 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 10s, 20 ploughs, 6 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 110 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

BOOKHAM, LITTLE appears in Domesday Book as Bocheham. It was held by Halsard from William de Braiose. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 2 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, herbage and pannage worth 11 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3.

BRAMLEY appears in Domesday Book as Brolege or Bronlei. It was held by the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 39 hides. 3 churches, 5 mills worth 1 6s 0d, 39 ploughs, 20 acres of meadow, woodland worth 100 hogs. It rendered (in total): 83 14s 8d.

BRIXTON appears in Domesday Book as Brixiestan. Brixton was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) , an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

BUCKLAND appears in Domesday Book as Bochelant. It was held by John from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 6s, 11 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 8.

BURGH (in Banstead) appears in Domesday Book as Berge. It was held by Hogo (Hugh) de Port. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides.

BURPHAM or BURGHAM appears in Domesday Book as Borham. It was held by 1. Turald (Thorold) from Roger de Montgomery 2. Godfric from Thurold. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 3 hides. 1 mill worth 15s, 6 ploughs, 25 acres of meadow, woodland worth 83 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 8.

BYFLEET appears in Domesday Book as Biflet. It was held by Uluuin (Wulfwin) from St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 5s, 1 fisheries worth 325 eels, 6 acres of meadow, woodland worth 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): 4.

CAMBERWELL appears in Domesday Book as Cambrewelle. It was held by Haimo the Sheriff (of Kent) . Its Domesday Assets were: 6 hides and 1 virgate. 1 church, 8 ploughs, 63 acres of meadow, woodland worth 60 hogs. It rendered (in total): 14.

CARSHALTON appears in Domesday Book as Aultone. (Old English crse, which meant water cress, was added to the name by 1150). It was held by Goisfrid (Geoffrey) de Mandeville. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 church, 10 ploughs, 1 mill worth 1 15s 0d, 22 acres of meadow, woodland worth 2 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15 10s 0d.

CHALDON appears in Domesday Book as Calvedone. It was held by Restold (Ralph) from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 2 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 4.

CHARLTON appears in Domesday Book as Cerdentone. It was held by Roger de Rames. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 ploughs (with potential for 3) , meadow for 4 ploughs, cattle pasture. It rendered (in total): 1 10s 0d.

CHEAM appears in Domesday Book as Ceiham. It was held by Archibishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 1 church, 17 ploughs, 1 acre of meadow, woodland worth 25 hogs. It rendered (in total): 14.

CHELSHAM appears in Domesday Book as Celesham. It was held by Robert de Wateville from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 church, 11 ploughs, from customary dues 1 hog. It rendered (in total): 15.

CHERTSEY appears in Domesday Book as Certesi. It was held by 1. St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey 2. Richard Sturmid from the abbey. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 5 hides. 1 mill and 1 forge at the hall, 20 ploughs, 200 acres of meadow, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 22.

CHESSINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Cisedune, Cisendone. It was held by 1. Robert de Wateville 2. Milo (Miles) Crispin. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 1 hides. Part of a mill worth 2s, 4 ploughs, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 7.

CHILWORTH appears in Domesday Book as Celeorde. It was held by the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 mill worth 7s, 3 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 3 10s 0d.

CHIPSTEAD appears in Domesday Book as Tepestede. It was held by William de Wateville. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 7 ploughs, 1 mill worth 1, woodland worth 5 hogs. It rendered (in total): 8.

CHOBHAM appears in Domesday Book as Cebeham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 10 hides. 1 church, 1 chapel, 16 ploughs, 10 acres of meadow, woodland worth 130 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15 10s 0d.

CLANDON, EAST appears in Domesday Book as Clanedun. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 7 ploughs, woodland worth 6 hogs. It rendered (in total): 6.

CLANDON, WEST appears in Domesday Book as Clanedun. It was held by Hugo (Hugh) from Edward de Salisbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 3s, 2 ploughs, woodland worth 5 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3.

CLAPHAM appears in Domesday Book as Clopeham. It was held by Goisfrid (Geoffrey) de Mandeville. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 6 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 7 10s 0d.

CLAYGATE appears in Domesday Book as Claigate. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. Its Domesday Assets were: hide. 2 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow, woodland worth 1 hog. It rendered (in total): 2 10s 0d.

COBHAM appears in Domesday Book as Covenham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 12 hides. 3 mills worth 13s 4d, 10 ploughs, 1 acre of meadow, woodland worth 40 hogs. It rendered (in total): 14.

COMPTON appears in Domesday Book as Contone. It was held by Walter, son of Othere. Its Domesday Assets were: 11 hides. 1 church, 9 ploughs, 7 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 9.

COOMBE appears in Domesday Book as Cumbe. It was held by 1. Hunfrid (Humfrey) the Chamberlain 2. Ansgot the Interpreter. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 1 hides. 4 ploughs, 12 acres of meadow, herbage worth 4 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 8.

COPTHORNE appears in Domesday Book as Copededorne. Copthorne was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) , an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

COULSDON appears in Domesday Book as Colesdone. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 church, 7 ploughs, woodland worth 3 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

CROYDON appears in Domesday Book as Croindene. It was held by Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 16 hides and 1 virgate. 1 church, 1 mill worth 5s, 38 ploughs, 8 acres of meadow, woodland worth 200 hogs. It rendered (in total): 37 10s 0d.

CUDDINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Codintone. It was held by the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 mill worth 3s 4d, 3 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 9 12s 0d.

DITTON, LONG appears in Domesday Book as Ditone, Ditune. It was held by Picot from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 9s, 3 ploughs, woodland worth 15 hogs, 1 house in Southwark paying 500 herrings. It rendered (in total): 2 10s 0d.

DITTON, THAMES appears in Domesday Book as Ditone, Ditune. It was held by Wadard from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. Part of a mill worth 1s 3d, 1 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, woodland worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 4.

DORKING appears in Domesday Book as Dorchinges. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 church, 3 mills worth 15s 4d, 16 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 88 hogs. It rendered (in total): 18.

EFFINGHAM appears in Domesday Book as Epingeham. It was held by Osuuold (Oswald) from St Peter's, Chertsey and Richard de Tonbridge. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 4 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow, herbage and pannage worth 18 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 8.

EGHAM appears in Domesday Book as Egeham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 15 hides. 12 ploughs, 120 acres of meadow, woodland, herbage and pannage worth 75 hogs. It rendered (in total): 30 10s 0d.

ELMBRIDGE appears in Domesday Book as Amelebrige. Elmbridge was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) , an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

EMBER COURT appears in Domesday Book as Limeurde. It was held by Picot from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 6 oxen ploughing. It rendered (in total): 5s 0d.

EPSOM appears in Domesday Book as Evesham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 11 hides. 2 churches, 2 mills worth 10s, 18 ploughs, 24 acres of meadow, woodland worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 17.

ESHER appears in Domesday Book as Aissela, Aissele. It was held by 1. The Abbey of the Cross in Normandy. 2. William de Waterville. 3. Reginald. 4. Hugh do Port. 5. Odard balistarius (probably a crossbowman) . Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 14 hides. 6 ploughs, 2 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): (Total) 6 2s 0d.

EWELL appears in Domesday Book as Etwelle. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 13 hides. 2 mills worth 10s, 16 ploughs, 14 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 111 hogs. It rendered (in total): 25; also 1 from the church in Leatherhead, which was held by Osbert de Ow and was attached to his manor.

FARLEIGH appears in Domesday Book as Ferlega. It was held by Robert de Wateville from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: hide. 2 ploughs, 1 ox. It rendered (in total): 3.

FARNCOMBE appears in Domesday Book as Fernecome. It was held by the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 ploughs, 15 acres of meadow, woodland worth 3 hogs. It rendered (in total): 1 4s 0d.

FARNHAM appears in Domesday Book as Ferneham. It was held by the Bishop of Winchester. Its Domesday Assets were: 40 hides. 1 church, 6 mills worth 2 6s 0d, 43 ploughs, 35 acres of meadow, woodland worth 175 hogs. It rendered (in total): 53.

FETCHAM appears in Domesday Book as Feceham. It was held by 1. King William 2. Richard from the Bishop of Bayeux. 3. Oswald the thegn. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 7 hides. 5 mills worth 17s, 10 ploughs and 2 oxen, 30 acres of meadow, woodland, herbage and pannage worth 23 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 10 10s 0d.

FRIMLEY was not listed in Domesday Book, but is shown on the map as Fremely, its spelling in 933.

GATTON appears in Domesday Book as Gatone. It was held by Herfrid from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 6 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 7 hogs. It rendered (in total): 6.

GODALMING appears in Domesday Book as Godelminge. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 churches (both held by Ranulf Flambard) worth 12s, 3 mills worth 2 1s 8d, 25 ploughs, 40 acres of meadow, woodland worth 103 hogs. It rendered (in total): 34.

GODLEY appears in Domesday Book as Godelie. Godley was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

GOMSHALL appears in Domesday Book as Gomeselle. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 mill worth 3s 4d, 20 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 30.

GUILDFORD appears in Domesday Book as Geldeford, Gildeford. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: A town. The king held 75 hag (houses enclosed in fences') It rendered (in total): 32.

HAM appears in Domesday Book as Estreham. It was held by Haimo the Sheriff (of Kent) from St Peter's, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 plough. It rendered (in total): 1.

HAMBLEDON appears in Domesday Book as Hameledune. It was held by Rannulf from Edward de Sarisber (Salisbury) . Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 7 ploughs, 1 mill worth 2s 6d, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

HATCHAM appears in Domesday Book as Hacheham. It was held by the Bishop of Lisieux from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 3 ploughs, 6 acres of meadow, woodland worth 3 hogs. It rendered (in total): 2.

HEADLEY appears in Domesday Book as Hallega. It was held by Radulfus (Ralph) de Felgeres. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 6 ploughs, woodland worth 15 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

HENLEY appears in Domesday Book as Henlei. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 church, 6 ploughs, 4 acres of meadows, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

HORSLEY, EAST appears in Domesday Book as Horslei. It was held by Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides and 1 virgates. 8 ploughs, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

HORSLEY, WEST appears in Domesday Book as Orselei. It was held by Walter, son of Othere. Its Domesday Assets were: 8 hides. 1 church, 8 ploughs, woodland worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 6.

HURTMORE appears in Domesday Book as Hormera. It was held by Tezelin from Walter, son of Othere. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 3 ploughs, 1 mill worth 11s, 6 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 5.

KEMPTON PARK (now in Surrey) appears on the Middlesex Domesday Map as Chenetone. It was held by Robert, Count of Mortain. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 4 ploughs, meadow for 5 ploughs, cattle pasture, 8 arpents (approximately acres) of Newly planted vinyard.

KENNINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Chenintune. It was held by Teodric (Theodoric) the Goldsmith. It rendered (in total): 1 hide and 3 virgates. 3 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 3.

KINGSTON UPON THAMES appears in Domesday Book as Chingestone, -tun (e) . It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 church, 5 mills worth 1, 3 fisheries worth 10s, 27 ploughs, 40 acres of meadow, woodland worth 6 hogs. It rendered (in total): 30.

LALEHAM (now in Surrey) appears on the Middlesex Domesday Map as Leleham. It was held by 1. Fcamp Abbey from the Count of Mortain 2. Estrild the nun. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 10 hides. It had 6 ploughs, meadow for 5 ploughs, cattle pasture. It rendered (in total): (Total) 5.

LAMBETH appears in Domesday Book as Lanchei. It was held by 1. Lambeth Church 2. Count Robert of Mortain. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 2 hides. 1 church, 10 ploughs, 22 acres of meadow, woodland worth 3 hogs, 19 burgesses in London paid 1 16s 0d. It rendered (in total): (Total) 15.

LEATHERHEAD appears in Domesday Book as Leret. It was held by Osbern de Ow (Eu) . Its Domesday Assets were: 1 church, belonging to Ewell, with 40 acres. {See Pachevesham}. It rendered (in total): 1.

LIMPSFIELD appears in Domesday Book as Limenesfeld. It was held by the Abbot of Battle Abbey, Sussex. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 church, 1 mill worth 2s, 19 ploughs, 1 fishery, 4 acres of meadow, woodland worth 150 hogs, 2 stone quarries, 3 nests of hawks. It rendered (in total): 24.

LINGFIELD was not listed in Domesday Book, but is shown on the map as Leangafeld, its spelling in AD 871.

LOSELEY appears in Domesday Book as Losele. It was held by Turald (Thorold) from Roger de Montgomery. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. It had 4 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 3.

MALDEN appears in Domesday Book as Meldone. It was held by 1. William de Wateville 2. Robert de Wateville. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 4 hides and 3 virgates. 1 chapel, 1 mill worth 12s, 6 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow, woodland worth 1 hog out of 7 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 7 12s 0d.

MERSTHAM appears in Domesday Book as Merstan. It was held by Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 2s 6d, 10 ploughs, 8 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 41 hogs. It rendered (in total): 12.

MERTON appears in Domesday Book as Meretone. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 20 hides. 1 church, 2 mills worth 3, 21 ploughs, 12 acres of meadow, woodland worth 80 hogs. It rendered (in total): 43 also 18s 2d from 16 houses in Southwark.

MICKLEHAM appears in Domesday Book as Michelham, Micleham. It was held by 1. Nigel from the Bishop of Bayeux 2. Oswald from Richard de Tonbrige. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 7 hides. 1 church, 7 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 4 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 10.

MILTON appears in Domesday Book as Mildetone. It was held by Balduin (Baldwin) from William, son of Ansculf. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 1 mill worth 2s, 5 ploughs, 2 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 19 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3. Also 1 from 2 hides in Copthorne.

MITCHAM appears in Domesday Book as Michelham. It was held by 1. The Canons of Bayeux 2. William, son of Ansculf. 3. Osbert. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 8 hides and 1 virgate. It had mill worth 1, 3 ploughs, 56 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): (Total) 4 5s 4d.

MOLESEY, EAST appears in Domesday Book as Molesham. It was held by 1. John from Richard de Tonebrige 2. Roger d'Abernon. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 2 hides and 3 virgates. It had 7 ploughs, 2 oxen, 32 acres of meadow, woodland worth 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 6 15s 0d.

MOLESEY, WEST appears in Domesday Book as Molesham. It was held by Odard balistarius. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hide. 1 church, 5 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 4.

MORDEN. It was held by Mordone. Its Domesday Assets were: St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. It rendered (in total): 3 hides. 1 mill worth 2, 7 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 15.

MORTLAKE appears in Domesday Book as Mortelage. It was held by Archibishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 25 hides. 1 church, 2 mills worth 5, 1 fishery, 33 ploughs, 20 acres of meadow, wood worth 55 hogs. It rendered (in total): 38 plus4s 4d from 17 houses in London, 2s 3d from houses in Southwark and 1 from tolls at Putney.

NUTFIELD appears in Domesday Book as Notfelle. It was held by Countess Ida of Boulogne (2nd wife of Count Eustace) . Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 church, 16 ploughs, 1 mill worth 2s, 10 acres of meadow, herbage worth 12 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

OCKHAM appears in Domesday Book as Bocheham. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hides. 1 church, 2 fisheries worth 10d, 3 ploughs, 2 acres of meadow, woodland worth 60 hogs. It rendered (in total): 10.

OCKLEY appears in Domesday Book as Hoclei. It was held by Radulf (Ralph) from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hide. It had 5 ploughs, woodland worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3 10s 0d.

OTTERSHAW was not listed in Domesday Book, but is shown on the map as Otershaghe, its spelling in AD 889.

OXTED appears in Domesday Book as Acstede. It was held by Count Eustace of Boulogne. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 church, 2 mills worth 12s 6d, 20 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, pannage worth 100 hogs. It rendered (in total): 14 and 2d from a house in Southwark.

PACHESHAM (in Leatherhead) appears in Domesday Book as Pachesham. It was held by Hugo (Hugh) from the Bishop of Lisieux. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 virgates. It had part of 2 mills worth 12s, 4 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow, woodland worth 3 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3 10s 0d.

PADDINGTON (in Abinger) appears in Domesday Book as Padendene. It was held by William, son of Ansculf. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 mill worth 6s, 7 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 55 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

PECKHAM appears in Domesday Book as Pecheham. It was held by the Bishop of Lisieux from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. It had land for 1 plough, 2 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 1 10s 0d.

PEPER HARROW appears in Domesday Book as Pipereherge. It was held by Girard (Gerard) from Walter, son of Othere. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. It had 3 ploughs, 1 mill worth 15s, 7 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 5.

PETERSHAM appears in Domesday Book as Patricesham. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 1 church, 5 ploughs, 1 fishery worth 1000 eels and 1000 lampreys, 3 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 6 10s 0d.

PUTNEY appears in Domesday Book as Putelei. It was held by . Its Domesday Assets were: it was not a manor, but 20s from the ferry or market toll at Putney belonged to Mortlake. It rendered (in total): .

PUTTENHAM (including Rodsell) . It was held by Reddesolham. Its Domesday Assets were: the Bishop of Bayeux. It rendered (in total): i1 plough, 2 acres of meadow, woodland worth 4 hogs. It rendered (in total): 2.

PYRFORD. It was held by Peliforde. Its Domesday Assets were: St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. It rendered (in total): 8 hides. It had 2 mills worth 10s, 7 ploughs, 15 acres of meadow, pannage and herbage worth 80 hogs. It rendered (in total): 18.

REIGATE appears in Domesday Book as Cherchefelle. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 34 hides. It had 2 mills worth 11s 10s, 29 ploughs, 12 acres of meadow, pannage and herbage worth 183 hogs. It rendered (in total): 40.

SANDERSTEAD appears in Domesday Book as Sandestede. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Winchester. Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. It had 9 ploughs, wood worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

SEND appears in Domesday Book as Sande. It was held by Rainald (Reginald) from Alvred de Merleburgh (Marlborough) . Its Domesday Assets were: 20 hides. 1 church, 10 ploughs, 2 mills worth 1 3s 6d, 5 fisheries worth 4s 6d, 84 acres of meadow, woodland worth 160 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15 10s 0d.

SHALFORD appears in Domesday Book as Scaldefor. It was held by Robert de Wateville from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 4 hides. 1 church, 3 mills worth 16s, 11 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, wood worth 20 hogs. It rendered (in total): 20.

SHEEN (Sheen palace was later renamed Richmond by Henry VII) was not listed in Domesday Book, but is shown on the map as Sceon, its spelling in AD 950.

SHEPPERTON. It was held by Scepertone. Its Domesday Assets were: St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. It rendered (in total): 8 hides. It had 7 ploughs, pasture for 7 ploughs, 1 weir worth 6s 8d. It rendered (in total): 6.

SHERE appears in Domesday Book as Essira, Essire. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: i1 church, 2 mills worth 10s, 14 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

SOUTHWARK appears in Domesday Book as Sudwerc (h) a, Sudwerche. It was held by various houses were held by several Surrey manors. Its Domesday Assets were: the defensive outpost and suburb of London on the south bank. The Bishop of Bayeux held the monastery and the tidal waterway where ships were moored. It rendered (in total): 16 from the King's properties.

SPELTHORNE appears in Domesday Book as Spelet (h) orne. Spelthorne was a hundred (these are not marked on the Surrey map, which shows only Domesday manors) an administrative area, where local leaders met about once a month.

STAINES (now in Surrey) appears on the Middlesex Domesday Map as Stanes. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. Its Domesday Assets were: 19 hides. It had 6 mills worth 3 4s 0d, 2 weirs worth 6s 8d, 24 ploughs, meadow for 24 ploughs, cattle p^908. It rendered (in total): 35.

STANWELL appears in Domesday Book as Stanwelle. It was held by Walter, son of Othere. Its Domesday Assets were: 15 hides. It had 4 mills worth 3 10s 0d and 375 eels, 3 weirs worth 1000 eels, 10 ploughs, meadow for 12 ploughs and woodland worth 12 hogs. It rendered (in total): 14.

STOKE D'ABERNON appears in Domesday Book as Stoche. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides 2 virgates 5 acres. 1 church, 2 mills worth 13s, 4 ploughs, 6 oxen, 4 acres of meadow, woodland worth 40 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

STOKE-BY-GUILDFORD appears in Domesday Book as Stoch@. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: i1 church, 2 mills worth 5s, 22 ploughs, 16 acres of meadow, woodland worth 40 hogs. It was in the King's park. It rendered (in total): 15.

STREATHAM appears in Domesday Book as Estreham. It was held by 1. Bec-Hellouin Abbey (in Normandy) from Richard de Tonbrige. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 2 hides and 1 virgates. 1 cPl worth 8s, 6 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, herbage worth 1 hog in 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 4 5s 0d.

SUNBURY (now in Surrey) was in the Middlesex Domesday as Suneberie. It. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Westminster. Its Domesday Assets were: 7 hides. It had 5 ploughs, meadow for 6 ploughs, cattle pasture. It rendered (in total): 6.

SUTTON (near Cheam) appears in Domesday Book as Sudtone. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 8 hides. 2 churches, 15 ploughs, 2 acres of meadow, wood worth 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): 15.

SUTTON PLACE appears in Domesday Book as Sudtone. It was held by Robert Malet. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 mill worth 5s, 3 ploughs, 20 acres of meadow, woodland worth 25 hogs. It rendered (in total): 5.

TADWORTH appears in Domesday Book as Tadeorde, Tadorne. It was held by 1. Halsart from William de Braiose 2. Radulf (Ralph) from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 2 hides. It had 5 ploughs, woodland worth 4 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 3 15s 0d.

TANDRIDGE appears in Domesday Book as Tenrige. It was held by the wife of Salie from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 mill worth 4s 2d, 14 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 51 hogs. It rendered (in total): 11.

TATSFIELD appears in Domesday Book as Tatelefelle. It was held by Anschitill (Ansketel) de Ros from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: hide. It had 2 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 3.

THORPE appears in Domesday Book as Torp. It was held by St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: 7 hides. It had 9 ploughs, 33 acres of meadow, herbage worth 24 hogs. It rendered (in total): 12.

TILLINGDOWN appears in Domesday Book as Tellingedone. It was held by the wife of Salie from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hides. 1 church, 4 ploughs, woodland and pannage worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

TITSEY appears in Domesday Book as Ticesei. It was held by Haimo the Sheriff (of Kent) . Its Domesday Assets were: 2 hides. 1 church, 9 ploughs, pasture worth every seventh hog of the villeins. It rendered (in total): 11.

TOLWORTH. It was held by Taleorde. Its Domesday Assets were: 1. Picot from Richard de Tonebrige 2. Radulf (Ralph) from the Bishop of Bayeux. It rendered (in total): (Total) 2 hides; also 4 hides with Long Ditton. 1 mill without dues, 8 ploughs, 10 acres and rod of meadow (a rod was a square perch, 5 yards) It rendered (in total): (Total) 6.

TOOTING, GRAVENEY (or LOWER) appears in Domesday Book as Totinges. It was held by Haimo the Sheriff (of Kent) from St Peter's, Chertsey. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) (Haimo had 2 separate holdings) 1 church, 2 ploughs, 5 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): (Total) 4.

TOOTING, UPPER (or BEC) appears in Domesday Book as Totinges. It was held by 1. St Mary de Bec-Hellouin Abbey 2. Westminster Abbey. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 5 hides. It had 5 ploughs, 13 acres. It rendered (in total): (Total) 7.

TUESLEY appears in Domesday Book as Tiwesle. It was held by Rannulf Flambard from King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hide. 1 plough. (It was a subsidary manor of Godalming.) . It rendered (in total): 2.

WALLINGTON appears in Domesday Book as Waletone. It was held by King William. Its Domesday Assets were: 11 hides. It had 2 mills worth 1 10s 0d, 11 ploughs, 8 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 10.

WALTON ON THE HILL. It was held by Waltone. Its Domesday Assets were: John from Richard de Tonebrige. It rendered (in total): 2 hides and 1 virgate. It had 5 ploughs, 1 house in Southwark. It rendered (in total): 6.

WALTON ON THAMES appears in Domesday Book as Waletone. It was held by 1. Edward de Sarisber (Salisbury) 2. Richard de Tonbrige. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 6 hides. 1 church, 2 mills worth 1 5s 0d, 1 fishery worth 5s, 14 ploughs, 40 acres of meadow, worth 50 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 28.

WALWORTH appears in Domesday Book as Waleorde. It was held by Bainiard from Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 church, 4 ploughs, 8 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): 3.

WANBOROUGH appears in Domesday Book as Weneberge. It was held by Goisfrid (Geoffrey) de Mandville. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 church, 9 ploughs, 6 acres of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

WANDSWORTH appears in Domesday Book as Wandesorde, Wendelesorde. It was held by 1. William, son of Ansculf 2. St Wandrille's Abbey^911. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 12 hides. It had 5 ploughs, 22 acres of meadow. It rendered (in total): (Total) 9.

WESTCOTE appears in Domesday Book as Westcote. It was held by Radulf (Ralph) de Felgeres. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides. 1 mill worth 2s, 8 ploughs, 2 acres of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 8.

WESTON GREEN appears in Domesday Book as Westone. It was held by Barking Abbey (a nunnery) . Its Domesday Assets were: iIt had 3 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 2.

WEYBRIDGE appears in Domesday Book as Webrige, Webruge. It was held by 1. St Peter's Abbey, Chertsey 2. An Englishman from the abbey. 3. Herfrid from the Bishop of Bayeux. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 6 hides. 1 ploughs, 32 acres of meadow, wood worth 9 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 4.

WISLEY appears in Domesday Book as Wiselei. It was held by Osuuold (Oswold) . Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 10s, 3 ploughs, 1 fishery worth 5d, 6 acres of meadow, woodland worth 6 hogs. It rendered (in total): 3.

WITLEY. It was held by Witlei. Its Domesday Assets were: Gislebert (Gilbert) , son of Richere de L'Aigle. It rendered (in total): 12 hides. 1 church, 15 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland worth 30 hogs. It rendered (in total): 16.

WOKING appears in Domesday Book as Wochinges. It was held by 1. King William 2. Ansgot and Godfrey from Bishop Osbern of Exeter. Its Domesday Assets were: (Total) 3 hides. 1 church, 2 mills worth 13s 10d, 31 ploughs, 46 acres of meadow, woodland worth 161 hogs. It rendered (in total): (Total) 24 10s 0d. Also 15s to the sheriff each year.

WOLDINGHAM appears in Domesday Book as Wallingeham. It was held by John from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hide. It had 4 ploughs. It rendered (in total): 1.

WOODMANSTERNE appears in Domesday Book as Odemerestor. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 15 hides. 1 church, 1 mill worth 20s, 5 ploughs, 4 acres of meadow, wood worth 10 hogs. It rendered (in total): 8.

WORPLESDON appears in Domesday Book as Werpesdune. It was held by Turald (Thorold) from Roger de Montgomery. Its Domesday Assets were: 6 hides. 1 church, 9 ploughs, 1 mill worth 2s 6d, 8 acres of meadow, wood worth 60 hogs. It rendered (in total): 10.

WOTTON appears in Domesday Book as Odetone. It was held by Osuuold (Oswold) . Its Domesday Assets were: 5 hides. 1 mill worth 1s 8d, 10 ploughs, 3 acres of meadow, woodland and herbage worth 73 hogs. It rendered (in total): 7.

WYKE appears in Domesday Book as Wucha. It was held by Godric from (Turald) Thorold from Roger de Montgomery. Its Domesday Assets were: it was part of Burpham manor. It had 2 ploughs, woodland worth 3 hogs. It rendered (in total): it was valued in Burpham.

WOLDINGHAM appears in Domesday Book as Wallingeham. It was held by John from Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 1 hide.



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