Belluton is a hamlet in Pensford, Bath and North East Somerset
Other current and historical names
Built-Up Area: Pensford
Unitary Authority: Bath and North East Somerset
Region: South West
Category: Populated Place
Latitude/Longitude: 51°22'41"N 2°33'16"W
Eastings/Northings: 361490, 164498
OS Grid: ST614644
Mapcode Local: GBR JS.SG2C
Mapcode Global: VH891.NMSB
Location and coordinates are for the approximate centre of Belluton within this administrative area.
Geographic features and populated places may cross administrative borders.
Belluton in the Domesday Book
A village in Keynsham hundred,
in the county of Somerset.
Two manors recorded in Domesday.
Overlord in 1066: Queen Edith
Lords of the Manor in 1066: Queen Edith; Tovi the sheriff of Somerset; Wulfward White the noble; Wulfmer
Tenant in Chief in 1086: King William
Lords of the Manor in 1086: King William; Aelfric of Keynsham (subinfeudated); Edeva wife of Wulfward White (subinfeudated); Bishop of Coutances (subinfeudated); Alfred of Marlborough (subinfeudated); Roger of Stanton (subinfeudated)
Taxable Value: 50 geld
Value to Lord of the Manor: £91 in 1070; £122 5/- in 1086