Hugh holds "CHARLTON" from William. Before 1066 it paid tax for 5 hides. Land for 7 ploughs, of which 4½ hides are in lordship; 1 plough there;
- 2 villagers and 7 smallholders with ½ plough.
- 2 mills which pay 8s 4d; meadow, 15 acres;
- pasture 4 furlongs long and 1 furlong wide;
- woodland 6 furlongs long and 3 furlongs wide.
The value was and is 100s.
Azor held it in freehold from King Edward. Then for 10 hides; now for 2 less ½ virgate. Land for 6 ploughs. In lordship 1 plough;
- 6 villagers and 2 smallholders with 2 ploughs.
- 1 slave; a mill at 15s; meadow, 34 acres; woodland at 10 pigs.
Value before 1066 £6; later 100s; now 70s.
Robert (son of Gerald) also holds INGLEWOOD. Two freemen held it from King Edward as two manors. Then and now for 3 hides. Land for .... In lordship 1 plough;
- 7 smallholders with 1 plough.
- 1 slave; meadow, 4 acres; a little woodland.
The value was 30s; now 20s.
Robert son of Rolf holds INGLEWOOD from the King. Two thanes held it from King Edward as two manors. Then and now for 3 hides. Land for .... 1 plough in lordship.
- 1 villager and 7 smallholders with 1 plough; 1 slave.
- Meadow, 4 acres; a little woodland.
The value was 30s; later 20; now the same.
Inglewood: In KINTBURY Hundred is INGLEWOOD which Fulchard hold from William. 1 hide with 1 smallholder.