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For other satellites of minsters, see Blair, Church in Anglo-Saxon Society, 251. 63 For the suggestion that Burton in Devon was a settlement of geburs, see R. Faith, ‘Cola’s TÃn: Rural Social Structure in Late Anglo-Saxon Devon’, in Lordship and Learning: Studies in Memory of Trevor Aston, ed. R. Evans, Woodbridge 2004, 63–77 at 66, 75. 36 Anglo-Norman Studies XXVIII Æthelwold, abbot of Abingdon, gave 17 hides at Curbridge to a certain Bishop Brihthelm in return for land at Kennington in Berkshire; this was done with the permission of King Eadwig, probably shortly before the kingdom was divided between Eadwig and his brother Eadgar in 957.
Brooks ‘The Development of Military Obligations in Eighth- and Ninth-Century England’, in England Before the Conquest: Studies in Primary Sources Presented to Dorothy Whitelock, ed. P. Clemoes and K. Hughes, Cambridge 1971, 69–84. 6 D. Roffe, ‘From Thegnage to Barony: Sake and Soke, Title, and Tenants-in-Chief’, ANS 12, 1989 (1990), 157–76; idem, Domesday: The Inquest and the Book, Oxford 2000, 17–48. Some objections to Roffe’s thesis are listed in a review by S. Baxter published in Reviews in History, Oct.
E. Salter, 6 vols, Oxford Historical Society 89–91, 97–8, and 101, 1929–36, IV, 514–15. 59 The simplex place-name ‘Norton’ remained in use until the fourteenth century: VCH Oxon. XV, Brize Norton: Introduction (Settlement and Population), forthcoming (we are grateful to Dr Robert Peberdy for allowing us to see this section prior to publication). 60 Black Bourton is another interesting place-name. Although it was topographically a west-tÃn of Bampton, it evidently became known as burh-tÃn or bur-tÃn.
Anglo-Norman Studies 28: Proceedings of the Battle Conference 2005 by C. P. Lewis