The King
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Lands of Stigand which William de Noyers has custody of in the king's hand.
HUNDRED OF WANGFORD.

At Bungay Stigand held TRE 9 carucates of land as a manor. Then as now 20 villans and 16 bordars. Then 6 slaves, now 3. Then in demesne 3 ploughs, now 2. Then as now belonging to the men 12 and a half ploughs. 29 acres of meadow.
2 and a half mills. Woodland for 100 pigs. Then as now 2 horses, 4 head of cattle, 3 pigs, 9 sheep and 60 goats. 1 church with 5 acres. Then it was worth 100s., now it renders C12. In the same vill 1 free man, Wulfmaer, commended to Stigand, holds a carucate of land as one manor. Then as now 3 villans and 6 bordars. Then as now in demesne 1 plough and belonging to the men 1 plough. Woodland for 20 pigs. 2 acres of meadow. 4 horses, 3 head of cattle, 6 pigs, 20 sheep and 16 goats. Under him 1 free man with 1 acre. Then as now worth 20s. but it pays 13s. at farm. Also in the same vill 1 free man, Alwine, under the same commendation, [held] 1 carucate of land as 1 manor TRE. 6 villans and 8 bordars. 1 plough in demesne and 2 ploughs belonging to the men. Woodland for to pigs. 4 acres of meadow. 4 horses, 15 pigs and 13 sheep.

[. -] Then it was worth 20s. 6 free men with 14 acres and plough. Then it was worth 4s. and after King William came into this country 2 brothers have shared it. One of these. Wulfsige, is in the king's hand; Wulfric is in the hand of Earl Hugh. This Wulfsige has 60 acres. 3 villans and 4 bordars. 4 and a half free men and 10 acres. 1 plough in demesne and 1 plough belonging to the men. 2 acres of meadow. Woodland for 6 pigs. Now this, the king's part, is worth 18s. 8d., but it renders 14s. 4d.

In Bungay a free man, Godric, [held] 30 acres as one manor. 1 bordar and 1 plough. 2 acres of meadow. Then it was worth 8s., now 10s. and it pays 8s. at farm. In the same place a free man, Pat.

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held TRE 60 acres as one manor. Now 2 free men hold it, Howard and Wulfsige. Then as now 8 villans, then 8 bordars, now 4. Then 4 slaves, now 2. Then as now 2 ploughs in the demesne and 2 ploughs belonging to the men, woodland for 12 pigs. 2 acres of meadow. Then as now 4 horses. Then 6 head of cattle, now 8. and 12 pigs. Then 30 sheep, now 100. Then it was worth 20s., now 30s. and they render at farm 16s. 1 church with 12 acres, worth 2s. To this manor belong 2 half free men and one whole one, with 16 acres. Then as now 1 plough. It is worth 3s. In the same place Aelfgar, a free man, held 30 acres as one manor TRE; now Eadric holds it. Then as now 2 villans and 2 bordars and 2 slaves. 1 plough in demesne and 1 plough belonging to the men. Woodland for 16 pigs and 2 acres of meadow. It is worth 8s. and renders as much at farm. Also in the same place 2 free men with 7 acres, worth 12d. 1 church with 8 acres, worth 12d. In the same place 15 free men commended to Stigand with 80 acres and 3 bordars. Then and now 4 ploughs. 3 acres of meadow. Then it was worth 13s., now it renders 20s. 1 church with 30 acres, worth 3s. It is 2 leagues long and 1 [league] and 8 furlongs broad. 5s. in geld.

Land of Earl Hugh
HUNDRED OF WANGFORD.

Alfric, a free man, held Bungay TRE with 5 carucates of land as one manor TRE. Now William holds it from the earl. Then as now 22 villans and 12 bordars and 3 slaves. 2 ploughs in demesne. Then 6 ploughs belonging to the men, afterwards 2, now 3 and the others could be restored. l church with 20 acres and 2 acres of meadow, worth 40d. Woodland for 30 pigs. 14 acres of meadow. Then as now 1 mill and three parts of another. Then as now 3 head of cattle. [...] Then 22 pigs, now 2; then 32 sheep, now 100.
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Then it was worth 60s., now l00s.

In the same place a free man, Ulfkil, [held] 40 acres as one manor [...] TRE; now the said William [holds it]. Now 4 bordars. Then as now 1 plough in demesne and 1 plough belonging to the men. 1 acre of meadow.
1 mill. Then as now 2 horses and 2 head of cattle. Now 5 pigs. Then 20 sheep, now 80. It is worth 13s. 4d.

In the same place Sumarlithr, a free man, held 40 acres TRE; now the said William [holds them] as a manor. Then as now 1 villan and 3 bordars and 1 slave. Then as now in demesne 1 plough and 1 plough belonging to the men. Woodland for 6 pigs. 21 acres of meadow. The
fourth part of a mill. Then and now worth 13s. 4d.

In the same place 27 free men commended to Alfric TRE [held] 1 carucate of land and 10 acres and 1 bordar. Then 3 ploughs, now 2: 4 acres of meadow. Woodland for 3 pigs. Then as now worth 40s.

In Ilketshall Warin. A free man, Wufsige, commended to Gyrth, [held] 2 carucates of land as a manor. Then as now 5 villans and 13 bordars. Then 6 slaves. Then in demesne 3 ploughs, now 1. Then 2 ploughs belonging to the men, now 11; 4 acres of meadow. Woodland for 10 pigs.
Half a mill. Now 5 pigs. Then 30 sheep, now 40. Now 16 goats. Then as now worth 40s. Warm fitzBurnin holds this from him.

In Mettingham 1 free man, Alfric, commended to Wulsige, [held] 60 acres as a manor. Then as now 3 bordars. Then as now in demesne 1 plough. Then 1 plough belonging to the men, now a half. Woodland for 2 pigs. 3 acres of meadow. Then it was worth 8s., now 10s. Under him 8 free men under the same commendation [held] 20 acres. Then 1 plough, now a half. It is worth 5s.
1 church with 20 acres, worth 3s. The said Warm [holds this].

In Ilketshall 1 free man Alwine commended to Wulfsige [held] 60 acres as one manor. Then as now 10 bordars and 1 slave. In demesne 1 plough and plough belonging to the men. 2 acres of meadow. Woodland for 10 pigs. Then it was worth 10s., now the same.

Also in Ilketshall and in Mettingham and in Shipmeadow dwell 7 free men under the same commendation with 80 acres and 1 bordar. Then 3 ploughs, now 2; 2 acres of meadow. Then as now worth l0s.

In Ilketshall 1 free man, Burgheard, held 2 carucates of land as a manor. Then as now villans and 7 bordars. Then 5 slaves. Then in demesne 3 ploughs, now 1, but there could be [more]. Then 3 ploughs belonging to the men, now 2 but they could be restored. Woodland for 30 pigs. 4 acres of meadow. Then 2 horses, now 1; now 2 head of cattle and 60 sheep. Then it was worth 30s., now 40s.

In Bungay 60 acres and they belong to the one manor which the king holds. It is worth l0s. To this land belongs 1 free man and a half with 51 acres, worth 2s.

In Ilketshall 1 free woman commended to Burgheard [held] 20 acres. Then as now 5 bordars. In demesne 1 plough and plough belonging to the men. Woodland for 10 pigs. 11 acres of meadow. Then as now worth 5s.
1 church with 20 acres, worth 2s.

In Ilketshall 1 free man with 12 acres whom Ralph a man of W the constable appropriated. And Earl Ralph was seized of him on the day when he forfeited. Also in the same place 1 free man with 10 acres which Roger Bigod held but Burnin appropriated this against his rights.

Godric The Steward HUNDRED OF WANGFORD.

In Ilketshall 1 free man, Anund, commended to Edwin, [held] 30 acres and 5 bordars. Then as now 1 plough and half a plough belonging to the men. 1 acre of land. Then it was worth 8s. 4d., now 10s.
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