Bishop Gundulf affirms the release to King William II of land in exchange for three acres of garden for the monks of St Andrew’s

View/download PDF: Monk, C. (2018) Bishop Gundulf affirms his release to William II of land at Borstal in exchange for three acres of land which were originally granted by bishop Odo to St Andrew’s Priory as garden for the monks

Author: Dr Chris Monk

Abstract:

‘Gundulf, bishop of Rochester by the grace of God, to sheriff Haimo and all the king’s barons of Kent, the French and the English, greetings along with his and God’s greatest possible blessing. I wish you all to know that I am now at ease with King Rufus concerning the exchange of land…’

To cite this work:

Monk, C. (2018) Bishop Gundulf affirms his release to William II of land at Borstal in exchange for three acres of land which were originally granted by bishop Odo to St Andrew’s Priory as garden for the monks, Textus Roffensis, ff. 211v-212r; Translated from Latin and edited. Rochester: Rochester Cathedral Research Guild.

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Published online: 13th March 2018
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