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Historia et cartularium monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriae, vol. I, p. 114

De Southale.

Martinus de Pateshulle, archidiaconus Northfolk,
dedit Gerardo marscallo2 suo unam hydam terrae cum
pertinentiis in Southale,3 in parochia de4 Pencombe,5
quam abbas Gloucestriae dedit praedicto Martineo. Ge-
rardus marscallus6 pro salute animae suae dedit et

2 marscallo] mareschallo, Reg. Oxon.
3 Southale] Suthale, Reg. Oxon.
4 de] et, Cott.
5 Pencombe] Penycombe, Reg. Oxon.
6 marscallus] mareschallus, Reg. Oxon.


Historia et cartularium monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriae, vol. I, p. 115

quietam1 clamavit abbati et conventui Gloucestriae
totam terram de Southale quam Martinus dominus
ejus dedit ei. Eustachius miles filius Turstini Flan-
drensis dedit monachis Gloucestriae illam hidam terrae
in Suthale in parochia de Penycombe, tempore Regi-
naldi abbatis.

1 quietam] quietum, MSS.



Historia et cartularium monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriae, vol. II, p. 120


DCXXI. De eodem. [Suthenhale]

A.D. 1263 - 1284. Of the same. [of Suthenhale]

Sciant2 praesentes et futuri, quod ego Eustachius filius Thurs-
tini Flandrensis, ad petitionem Agnetis matris meae, dedi Sancto

2 In the calendar of donations (ante, vol. i. p. 115) this grant is said to have been made during Reginald's abbacy. I have therefore adopted that period as the marginal date.


Historia et cartularium monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriae, vol. II, p. 121

Petro et fratribus de Gloucestria unam hidam in Pencumba
quae vocatur Suthenhale, solutam et quietam ab omni re; et
per scriptum istud super altare Sancti Petri de Gloucestria
posui.

Hujus rei testes sunt, Turstinus Flandrensis frater meus,
Willelmus presbiter ejusdem villae, Willelmus de Stabulo,
Wymundus, Rogerius de Kaillewy, Rogerus Castel, etc.


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