Linslade entry in the Domesday Book
THE LAND OF HUGH DE BEAUCHAMP
IN CORTESHALA HUNDRET
Hugh de Beauchamp holds
LINCELADA. It is assessed at 15 hides. There is land for 16 ploughs.
In the demesne are 5 hides,
and on it are 2 ploughs and there
could be 3 more. There are 22 villeins with 6 bordars have 11 ploughs.
There are 5 serfs, and 1 mill worth (de) 20 shillings, and meadow
for 2 plough (teams). In all it is worth 10 pounds. This
manor Alwin a man of Queen
Eddid, held and could sell.
glossary for expanation of the terms used