Edgmond, Stafford

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Edgmond is a village in Stafford

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Edgmond in historic gazetteers

Gazetteer of the British Isles (Edinburgh: Bartholomew, 1887). John Bartholomew

Edgmond, par., township, and vil., N. Shropshire, 2 miles W. of Newport -- par., 8742 ac., pop. 2776; township, 4199 ac., pop. 939; P.O.; contains Edgmond Hall

Edgmond in the Domesday Book

A village in Wrockwardine hundred, in the county of Shropshire.

    • Lord of the Manor in 1066: Leofwin the noble
    • Tenant in Chief in 1086: Earl Roger of Shrewsbury
    • Lord of the Manor in 1086: Earl Roger of Shrewsbury
    • Taxable Value: 14 geld
    • Value to Lord of the Manor: £14 in 1066; £15 in 1086
    • Households: 33 villagers; 8 smallholders; 1 female slave; 14 other
    • Plough Teams: 6 lord's ploughs; 11 men's ploughs (28 plough lands)
    • Mills: 1
    • Other resources: 1 fishery

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