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Entry relating to Heath & Reach in the Domesday Book

THE LAND OF GOZELIN THE BRETON

IN THE HALF HUNDRET OF STANBURGE

Gozelin himself holds GLEDLAI for 2 1/2 hides. There is land for 1 plough, and there are 4 oxen, and 1 mill (worth) 16 shillings, meadow (sufficient) for 1 plough team, woodland (to feed) 100 swine. It is and was worth 20 shillings; T.R.E. 40 shillings. This land Wigot, a huntsman of King Edward, held and could sell to whom he wished.

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