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Roger de Bully’s Holdings in the Domesday Book of 1086

 

Back to Possible Bowles Ancestor References in the Domesday Book of 1086 or Roger de Bully, Lord of Tickhill

 

These entries have been extracted from The Domesday Book Online

 

 

Place Names Listed in the Domesday Book in 1086 As Held by Roger de Busli (de Bully) of Tickhill (By County)

 

Roger de Busli’s holdings in 1086 were in 3 areas:

·         The land bounded by the Ribble and Darwen Rivers in South Lancashire which had been given jointly to Roger de Busli and Albert de Gresley by Roger of Poitou.

 

·         A large area including most of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire and some adjacent parts of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire which were awarded to him by the King from which he created his Honour of Blyth with his capite at Tickhill; additionally the Manors of Hallam, Attercliffe and Sheffield in South Yorkshire were sub-enfeifed to him by the Countess Judith, the King’s niece.
 

 

·         One holding far to the southwest in Devonshire at Sanforde (now Sampford Peverell) given to Roger de Bully by Queen Mathilda along with his wife (probably as a marriage settlement).

Under the system which the Norman conquerors imposed on the English, King William (the Conqueror) became the ‘owner’ of all the land in England.  He selected tenants-in-chief, mostly from his Norman followers who had supported his invasion, who were the only ones who could hold land directly under him in return for supplying knights and soldiers for the King’s army as the occasion arose.  A tenant-in-chief could enfief, or grant fiefs carved out of his own holding to his own followers who would then commit to supply their share of the knights and soldiers which their tenant-in-chief had committed to the King.  Fiefs were then bartered and traded between tenants-in-chief and were awarded as gifts, inheritances and dowries amongst family members.  The pre-conquest English Earls and Thanes lost their rights to their former lands unless they were returned to them as tenants directly under the King or under one of his tenants-in-chief.

 

However, soon the provision of knight service was not sufficient for the running of the kingdom and the subject of taxation was raised.  For this an inventory and assessment of all landholdings under both the tenants-in-chief and their sub-fiefs had to be held.  In 1085 King William ordered the survey of all lands which resulted in a bound manuscript documenting every land holding in the country, stating for each the tenant-in-chief, the Lord of the Manor (who was either the tenant-in-chief or who owed fealty to the tenant-in-chief), the valuation of the place prior to the conquest in 1066 and the value set for it by the King’s assessors in 1086, the assets of the place including the number of villagers and freemen, the number of households, the amount of ploughland developed, the number of plough team’s available, how much was meadow, forest, wetland etc. and any improvements such as a church or a mill.

 

Roger de Busli appears to have enfeifed several other Norman gentry as Lords under his chief tenancy.  Fulk or Fulco of Lisors, Normandy, one of Roger’s chief vassals, held land from him in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire as well as in several other counties under other Lords.  Other of his sub-Lords from Normandy were Ingram of Bilby (likely one of Roger’s knights), Richard of Sourdeval, Robert the Bursar (this was Robert Dispenser, Steward to the King), Geoffrey Alselin (Ancelin, Hanselyn or Azelin), Bernard of Neufmarché, Turold of Quiévrecourt (which was right beside Roger’s family home at Bully in Upper Normandy), Roger of Louvetot, Ralph of Neufmarché and Ernulf (possibly Ernulf de Hesdin).

 

See the Barons of Lisours, Normandy

 

He also enfeifed several Saxons, men of authority in the area which he now held who were willing to swear fealty to him, Leofwin of Aston, Claron (father of Arnold), church leaders such as William the Priest (of Hownam, he was the pre-conquest Bishop of London), Azo the Priest and Norman the Priest, and major pre-conquest Lords of Nottinghamshire such as Ulfkell, Ernwin (also a Priest) and Alwin.

 

Roger’s Holdings by County

Listed alphabetically by their modern names as shown in brackets after their ancient name.  In each, Roger de Busli is either the sole holder and tenant-in-chief or is sharing portions of the place with another Lord or Lords (ex. Roger de Bully with Albert Grelley) or with the King (ex. Roger de Bully with the King) or most commonly, the tenant-in-chief with  another person sub-enfiefed to hold the land as a Lord under him (ex. Fulk from Roger de Bully). Sometimes there are combination of the above (ex. Roger de Bully with the King, William from Count Alan, Archbishop of York, Geoffrey Alselin and Haldane from the King) in which Roger de Bully, Geoffrey Alselin and the Archbishop of York are holding portions of the community while the King has retained a portion for his own income and has sub-enfiefed part of his portion to Haldane (Healfdene, the pre-conquest Lord of this area).

Derbyshire

 

Elstretune (Alfreton)  Ingram (of Bilby) from Roger de Bully.

Bectune (Beighton) Leofwin (of Aston) from Roger de Bully with Roger de Poitou and Ralph FitzHubert.

Branlege (Bramley) Roger de Bully

Bradestune/Braidestone/Braidestune (Breaston) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully with Herbert (of Burrough) from Henry de Ferrers, Geoffrey d'Alselin and Gilbert de Ghent and Mauger (of Ilkeston) from Gilbert de Ghent.

Dore (Dore) Roger de Bully

Nortun (Norton and Little Norton) Ingram (of Bilby) from Roger de Bully with the King

Riselie (Risley) Fulk (of Lisors) held it from Roger de Bully (and Ernwin claimed it from Fulk) with Leofwin's son from the King.

Rugetorn (Rowthorn) Roger de Bully

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Devonshire

Sanforde/Sanforda (Sampford Peverell) given to Roger de Bully with his wife by Queen Mathilda on his marriage. 50 goats.

South Lancashire

Blacheburn (Blackburn) King Edward held BLACKBURN. 2 hides and 2 carucates of land. The Church had 2 bovates of this land and St.Mary's Church had 2 carucates of land in WHALLEY exempt from all customary dues. In the same manor woodland 1 league long and as wide; a hawk's eyrie. To this manor or Hundred were attached 28 free men who held 5 and a half hides and 40 carucates of land as 28 manors. Woodland 6 leagues long and 4 leagues wide. They were (subject to) the aforesaid customs. In the same Hundred King Edward had at HUNCOAT 2 carucates of land; at WALTON 2 carucates of land and at PENDLETON half a hide. The whole manor with the Hundred paid 32 Pounds and two shillings in revenue to the King. Roger of Poitou gave all this land to Roger of Bully and Albert Grelley. There are as many men as have 11 and a half ploughs, to whom they granted exemption from dues for 3 years. It is therefore not now assessed.

 

(the land between the Ribble and the Darwen)

 

Hunnicot (Huncoat) Roger de Bully with Albert Grelley

Peniltune (Pendleton) Roger de Bully with Albert Grelley

Walletun (Walton-le-Dale) Roger de Bully with Albert Grelley    

Wallei (Whalley) Roger de Bully with Albert Grelley from Roger de Poitou

Leicestershire

Burtone (Burton Lazars) Richard (of Sourdeval) from Roger de Bully with Robert from Henry de Ferrers and Geoffrey de La Guerche.

Closintone/Nossitone (Knossington) Roger de Bully with the King

Saltebi (Saltby) 2 mills Roger de Bully

Werdebi/Wivordebie/Wordebi (Wyfordby) Richard (of Sourdeval) from Roger de Bully with Henry de Ferrers and Geoffrey de La Guerche. 2 mills.

Wimundeswald (Wymeswold) Roger de Bully with Robert and Serlo from Hugh of Grandmesnil; Robert of Jort and Durand Malet

 


 

Lincolnshire

Aplebi (Appleby) Roger de Bully with Ralph from Abbot of Peterborough, Gilbert de Ghent and Robert from him. Church (with Risby and Sawcliffe).

Grentewelle (Greetwell) Roger de Bully and Thorald from him. Church, 2 fisheries, mill.

Harduic (Hardwick near Torksey) Roger de Bully with the King, Berengar de Tosny and Bishop of Lincoln from the king. 11 fisheries (with Torksey).

Risebi (Risby in Roxby) Roger de Bully with Abbot of Peterborough, Ralph from him, Gilbert de Ghent and Robert from him. Church (with Appleby, etc.).

Santone/Sanctone (Santon) Roger de Bully with Gilbert de Ghent, Guy de Craon and Alfred from him.

Saleclif (Sawcliffe) Roger de Bully with Abbot of Peterborough, Ralph from him, Gilbert de Ghent and Robert (Marmion) from him. Church (with Appleby, etc.), another church.

 Dorchesyg/Torchesey/Torchseyg/Torchsig/Torchsiy/Torchsyg (Torksey) Roger de Bully with the King (formerly Queen Edith’s) and Berengar de Tosny. 11 fisheries (with Hardwick).

List 1

[City of Lincoln]

Roger of Bully has 1 messuage, Swein son of Svavi's, with full jurisdiction.

 

In TORKSEY before 1066 there were 213 burgesses. They all had the same customary dues as the men of Lincoln, and so much more, since whoever of them had a messuage in this town did not pay toll on entering or leaving nor a customary due. However, this was their [obligation]: if the King's officers should come there the men of this small town should conduct them with their ships and other equipment for navigation as far as York, and the sheriff should find supplies for the officers and the sailors out of his revenue. But if any of the burgesses wished to go away anywhere and sell [his] house which was in this town, he could do it, if he wished, without the knowledge and permission of the reeve.

 

Queen Edith had this small town of TORKSEY and the manor of Hardwick adjacent to it in lordship and she had 2 carucates of land without tax outside the town. Now the King has them in lordship; there are 102 burgesses who live there, but 111 messuages are unoccupied. To this town belong 20 acres of meadow, 60 acres of underwood and 11 fisheries. One of them is Berengar of Tosny's. Value before 1066, between the King and the Earl, 18; now 30.

 

Before 1066 TORKSEY and Hardwick paid in Lincoln the fifth penny from the City's tax. Towards this fifth part Torksey paid two pennies and Hardwick the third. ‘Earl’ Morcar had the third penny of all the customary dues of this [place called] Torksey.

 

In Hardwick Swein ‘son of Svavi’ and Godric had 1 carucate of land; 12 men lived there. Now Roger of Bully has half and the Bishop of Lincoln the other half at St Mary's of Stow. There falls to [Hardwick] the third part of the King's tax which the King does not have from that [part] which is due from TORKSEY.

 

LINDSEY WEST RIDING

‘LAWRESS' Wapentake

In GREETWELL Swein ‘son of Svavi’ had 3 carucates of land taxable. Land for 5 ploughs. Turold, Roger of Bully's man, has 3 ploughs.  15 villagers and 6 smallholders with 4 ploughs.  A church and a priest; 2 fisheries, 15d; 1 mill, 5s; meadow, 16 acres.

Value before 1066  8; now the same.

 

‘MANLEY' Wapentake

In APPLEBY, RISBY and SAWCLIFFE Gamal had 9 carucates of land and 5 bovates taxable. Land for 19 ploughs and 2 oxen.

Roger of Bully has in lordship 4 ploughs; 31 villagers and 2 smallholders with 6 ploughs; 31 Freemen with 6 ploughs.

A church and a priest; pasturable woodland 1/2 league long and 1 furlong wide; meadow, 20 acres. Value before 1066 8; now 10. Exactions 3.

 

In SANTON, a jurisdiction, 1 carucate of land taxable. Land for 1 plough. 12 Freemen have 2 ploughs and meadow, 6 acres.

Jurisdiction of Appleby and Risby. Gamal had it

 
 

Nottinghamshire

 
Baburde (Babworth) Geoffrey Alselin from Roger de Bully and the King

Barnebi (Barnby Moor) Roger de Bully with the King

Basingfelt (Bassingfield) Roger de Bully with WilliamPeverel

Bechingeham (Beckingham) Geoffrey Alselin from Roger de Bully and 2 men-at-arms from the Archbishop of York

Billebi (Bilby) Ingram (of Bilby) from Roger de Bully

Bingheham (Bingham) Roger de Bully

Bolun (Bole) Geoffrey Alselin from Roger de Bully with 2 men-at-arms from the Archbishop of York. ¼ church and 2 mills

Bodmesceld (Bothamsall) Roger de Bully with the King.  Mill

Buchetone/Buchetun (Boughton) Roger de Bully with Gilbert de Ghent

Brodeholm (Broadholme) with Berengar de Tosny and William de Percy

Bertune (Burton Joyce) Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin.  Church

Colestone (Car Colston) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with the King and Walkelin from Walter d’Aincourt

Careltune/Caretune (Carlton in Lindrick) Turold of Quiévrecourt from Roger de Bully with the King. Church and 2 mills

Carentune/Carletone/Carlentune (Carlton-on-Trent) Roger de Bully with the King, William from Count Alan, Archbishop of York, Geoffrey Alselin and Haldane from the King. Mill

Claueburgh/Claureburg (Clarborough) Fulk (of Lisors) and Ulfkell (a pre-conquest Lord) from Roger de Bully with the Archbishop of York, Ernwin (the pre-Conquest holder) Roger de Bully and Wulfmer from the King.

Clauorde (Clayworth) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully and the King

Cliftone/Cliftune/Clistone (Clifton) Roger of Louvetot from Roger de Bully with the Bishop of Lincoln and Siwat, Agemund and Ralph from him. ¼ church.

Clipestune (Clipston Wolds) Roger de Bully

Clipestune (Clipstone) mill Roger de Bully

Clumbre/Clunbre (Clumber) Ulfkell and Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully with the King. Mill.

Cortingestoche/Cotingestoche (Costock) Roger de Bully with Godwin from William Peverel and William from Ralph de Buron.

Cotune (Cottam/Cotes) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully

Chuchenai (Cuckney) Geoffrey Alselin from Roger de Bully with Richard (of Sourdeval)  from Hugh FitzBaldric. Church and 2 mills

Brugeford (East Bridgford) church Roger de Bully

Marcham/Markham (East Markham) Ulfkell, Geoffrey Alselin and Turold (of Quiévrecourt) from Roger de Bully with the King. 2 churches, mill.

Auttune/Ettone (Eaton) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully with the Archbishop of York. 2 mills, a garden in Gameston.

Agemuntone (Egmanton)  2 mills Roger de Bully

Elchesleie/ leig / lie (Elkesley) Claron father of Arnold from Roger de Bully with the King and Ernwin the Priest (a pre-conquest Lord) from the King. Church, mill.

Eluestun(e) (Elston) Norman the priest from Roger de Bully with the Bishop of Lincoln, Ravensward and Arngrim from him and Arngrim from Ilbert de Lacy.

Ailetone (Elton) Ralph of Neuf-marché (Normandy) from Roger de Bully.  Church

Eprestone/Epstone (Epperstone) Roger de Bully with Ralph de Limesy. Mill and 4 mills (with Woodborough), church.

Evretone (Everton) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with the Archbishop of York

Fentone (Fenton) Roger de Bully with the King 

Flodberga (Flawborough) Robert the bursar (Robert Dispenser) from Roger de Bully; Walter d'Aincourt and Mauger from him. Church and mill site

Flinteham (Flintham) Roger de Louvetot and Ernwin the priest from Roger de Bully with King and Reginald from Walter d'Aincourt. Church.

Gamesletune (Gamston near Eaton) Roger de Bully with Roger de Poitou and Ketelbern (the pre-Conquest holder) from him. 2 mills, 2 gardens.

Ghellinge (Gedling) Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin. Church

Gletorp (Gleadthorpe) Roger de Bully

Grestorp (Grassthorpe) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully. 3 mills

Gringeleia (Gringley on the Hill) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully. Church, fishery (1000 eels).

Grave (Grove) Robert the bursar (Robert Dispenser) from Roger de Bully.  Church

Gulne/Gunnetorp (Gunthorpe) Roger de Bully 2 fisheries

Hereuuelle (Harwell) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully

Hareworde (Harworth) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully. Church

Hedune (Headon) William the Priest from Roger de Bully with King.

Marneham (High Marnham) Fulk (of Lisors) from Roger de Bully

Hocretone/Ocretone Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York and Walter d'Aincourt. Church.

Odesach (Hodsock) Turold (of Quiévrecourt) from Roger de Bully. 2 mills

Holmo (Holme Pierrepont) Thorold (of Quiévrecourt) from Roger de Bully. Mill

Calun (Kelham) Turold (of Quiévrecourt) from Roger de Bully with Walter d'Aincourt, William from Ralph de Burson, Haldane from the King and William Tison.

Cauuorde (Keyworth) Roger de Bully with Alfred from Count of Mortain, William Peverel and Ralph FitzHubert.

Schidri(n)ctune/Schidrinton(tune)/Schitrintone (Kirton, Sherwood Forest) Roger de Bully with King and Geoffrey Alselin.

Cheniueton(e) (Kneeton) Roger de Bully with King and Count Alan. ½ church, mill

Lambecotes/Lanbecote (Lamcote) Roger de Bully with Osmund from Ralph de Buron and Haldane from the King

Lec(c)he (Leake) Ernulf from Roger de Bully with Count of Mortain and Henry de Ferrers. Church and Mill.

Cledretone/Legretone (Leverton) Roger de Bully with 22 freemen from the King, Count Alan and 2 men-at-arms from Archbishop of York. ½ church.

Lund (Lound) Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York.

Ludeham (Lowdham) Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York, mill

Alia Marneham (Low Marnham) Roger de Bully Mill and fishery

Westmarcham (Markham Clinton) Roger de Bully from Claron (pre-conquest Lord) and 6 Frenchmen from him

Martune (Martin) Roger de Bully

Madressei (Mattersey) Roger de Bully with King

Misna/Misne (Misson) Roger de Bully with Ernwin from the King

Ministrone (Misterton) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with King.  Church

Neutone/Niuuetune (Newton) Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin

Normantone/Normantune (Normanton on Soar) Roger de Bully with Earl Hugh, Haldane from Count of Mortain and Raven from the King

Normantone/Normantune (Normanton on Trent) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with Bishop of Lincoln

Normantone/Normantune (Normanton on the Wolds) Roger de Bully with William Peverel

Snoting(e)ham/Snotingquin (Nottingham) Roger de Bully with the King, Hugh FitzBaldric, the Sheriff, William Peverel, Ralph de Buron, Wulfbert, Ralph FitzHubert, Geoffrey Alselin and Richard Frail. Church.

Alretun (Ollerton) Roger de Bully mill

Ordeshale (Ordsall) Roger de Bully with Ernwy from the King

Obetorp/Oretorp (Owthorpe) William (the priest) from Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin and Durand Malet.

Ostone/Ostune (Oxton) Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York and Walter d'Aincourt. Mill.

Torp (Perlethorpe) Richard (of Sourdeval) from Roger be Bully with the King

Pluntre (Plumtree) Roger de Bully church

Rametone (Rampton) Roger de Bully church and 3 ½ fisheries

Ranesbi (Ranby) Roger de Bully with the King

Rampestone/Rampestune/Repestone (Rempstone) Roger de Bully with William Peverel and Ralph de Buron.

Redforde (Retford) Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York. Mill, ¼ mill

Roddingtone/Rodintone/Rodintun (Ruddington) Roger de Bully with Count Alan, Gilbert de Ghent and Robert Malet

Rolvetune (Roolton) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully

Saxeden (Saxondale) Roger de Bully Church

Serlebi (Serlby) Roger de Bully

Scelford (Shelford); Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin. Church

Sceltune (Shelton); Robert the Bursar (Robert Dispenser) from Roger de Bully with Ralph de Limesy and Ilbert de Lacy; church and mill

Screvetone (Screveton) Roger de Bully with the King and Herbert from Bishop of Bayeux

Scachebi (Skegby in Marnham) Roger de Bully

Spaldesforde (Spalford) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with Bishop of Lincoln

Stanford (Stanford on Soar) Roger de Bully with Robert Fitzwilliam. Mill and mill site

Stantune (Stanton on the Wolds) Roger de Bully with Alfred from Count of Mortain, William Peverel and Robert Fitzwilliam

Stretone/Estretone (Sturton le Steeple) Roger de Bully

Stirape/Estirape (Styrrup) Bernard (of Neufmarché) from Roger de Bully

Sudtone (Sutton on Trent) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with Hervey from Count Alan. Church and 3 fisheries

Torp (Thorpe in the Glebe) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with the King

Turmodestun (Thrumpton) Roger de Bully with William Peverel and Hugh de Grandmesnil

Troclavestune (Tollerton) Roger de Bully 2 mills and church

Turdeworde (Torworth) Azo the priest from Roger de Bully

Tireswelle (Treswell) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with Robert de Moutiers from Count Alan

Tuxfarne (Tuxford) Roger de Bully mill

Uptone (Upton) Roger de Bully with King

Walesbi (Walesby) Roger de Bully with Geoffrey Alselin and Roger de Poitou

Wacheringeham (Walkeringham) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully with King

Wareshope (Warsop) Roger de Bully with King and a blind man from the King. Church, mill and ½ the mill site

Draitone (West Drayton) Roger de Bully 3 mills

Westone (Weston) Fulk, Robert and Turold (of Quiévrecourt) from Roger de Bully. Church and mill

Watelaie (Wheatley) Roger de Bully with King and 2 men-at-arms from Archbishop of York

Wigebi/Willebi (Willoughby-on-the-Wolds) Roger de Bully with William de Peverel, Roger de Poitou, Henry de Ferrers and Algar, Alwin and Ernwin from the King

Udesburg (Woodborough) Roger de Bully with Archbishop of York; Ralph de Limesy; Haldane, Ulfkell (the pre-conquest holder) and Aelfric from the King. 4 mills and church

Werchescope (Worksop) Roger de Bully

Wisoc (Wysall) Roger de Louvetot from Roger de Bully. Church

 

These are all on Pages 10 to 15 of the Nottinghamshire section in the Domesday Book

 
 
 
 
 
 

Yorkshire

From DomesdayBookOnline

 

Adeuuic/Adeuuinc (Adwick-le-street) Roger de Bully and Fulk from him  with Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him.

Adeuuic/Hadeuuic (Adwick-upon-Dearne)  Roger de Bully Mill.

Archeseia (Arksey) Roger de Bully

Atecliue (Attercliffe) Roger de Bully with Countess Judith

Ballebi/Ballesbi (Balby) Roger de Bully with Nigel from Count of Mortain.

Barneburg/Berneborc/Berneburg (Barnbrough) Roger de Bully with William de Warenne. Mill.

Barnebi (Barnby Dun) Roger de Bully with Count of Mortain and Malger from William de Percy. 3 waste fisheries, church.

Benedleia/Benelei/Beneslaie/Beneslei (Bentley) Roger de Bully with Count of Mortain.

Bilam/Bilan/Bil(e)ham (Bilham) Roger de Bully with Count of Mortain, Richard de Surdeval from him and William de Warenne.

Billingley Bilingelei/Bilingeleia/Bilinglie/Bingelie (Billingley) Roger de Bully with  Arton (the pre-Conquest holder) from the king.

Bodetone/Bodeltone (Bolton upon Dearne) Roger de Bully with Picot from William de Percy. Mill, church.

Brinesford (Brinsworth) Roger de Bully with Rozelin from William de Percy.

Brochesuuorde/Brodesuu(o)rde (Brodsworth) Roger de Bully with Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him. Church.

Catebi (Cadeby) Roger de Bully with Aubrey de Coucy.

Cuzeuuorde (Cusworth) Roger de Bully with William de Warenne

Dadesleia (Dadsley) Roger de Bully 3 mills and church. (soon to become Roger de Busli’s capite of Tickhill)

Degenebi/Denegebi (Denaby) Roger de Bully mill

Domnitone/Dunintone/Dunnitone (Dinnington) Roger de Bully with William de Warenne.

Edesfeld/Edesfelt (Ecclesfield) Roger de Bully

Friceleia/Frichelie/Frichehale (Frickley) Roger de Bully and Fulk from him with Ilbert de Lacy. Church and mill.

Godetorp/Goldetorp/Guldetorp (Goldthorpe) Roger de Bully with the King

Gersebroc/Gres(s)eburg (Greasborough) Roger de Bully with William de Warenne.

Grimeshou (Grimeshou) Roger de Bully

Hallun (Hallam) Roger de Bully from Countess Judith

Honepole (Hampole) Roger de Bully ½ mill

Elgebi/Helgebi (Hellaby) Roger de Bully 3 mills and church

Medeltone/Middeltun (High Melton) Roger de Bully with Swen (the pre-Conquest holder) from the King.

Aldeuuorde/Haldeuurde (Holdworth) Roger de Bully

Hotun (Hooton Roberts) Roger de Bully Mill

Haltone (Houghton) Roger de Bully

Holand/Hoiland (Hoyland Nether) Roger de Bully with William de Warenne

Branuuate (Kirk Bramwith) Roger de Bully with William of Warenne

Chibereworde (Kimberworth) Roger de Bully

Lastone (Laughton en le Morthen) Roger de Bully

Maltebi (Maltby including Sandbeck in Domesday Book) Roger de Bully

Marle (Marr) Fulco of Lisors from Roger de Bully and Ulfkil from Count Robert of Mortain

Mechesburg (Mexborough) Roger de Bully

Niwehalla (Newhill) Roger de Bully

Neuuehalle (Newhall Grange) Roger de Bully

Anestan (North Anston) Roger de Bully with William of Warenne

Nortgrave (Orgreave) Roger de Bully

Scalchebi (Scawsby) Roger de Bully

Escateld (Sheffield) Roger de Bully from Countess Judith

Hooton (Slade Hooton) Roger de Bully

Sproteburg (Sprotbrough) Roger de Bully with the King

Staintone (Stainton) Roger de Bully

Stodfald (Stotfold) Fulco (of Lisors) of Roger de Bully with Richard of Sourdeval from Count Robert of Mortain

Sunton (Swinton) Roger de Bully with Gilbert Tison

Torp (Thorpe Salvin) Roger de Bully

Torp (Throapham) Roger de Bully

Dernescop (Thurnscoe) Roger de Bully with Richard of Sourdeval of Count Robert of Mortain and Picot of Percy of William of Percy

Tirneslauue (Tinsley) Roger de Bully

Ughil (Ughill) Roger de Bully

Wadesleia (Wadsley) Roger de Bully

Wadewrde (Wadworth) Roger de Bully

Winteuuorde (Wentworth) Roger de Bully

Wales (Wales) Roger de Bully with Richard of Sourdeval of Count Robert of Mortain

Wanbella (Wombwell) Roger de Bully with Thor (pre-conquest landholder) of Walter of Aincourt

Wate (Wath upon Dearne) Roger de Bully with Wulfsi (pre-conquest landholder)

Widuntorp (Wildthorpe) Roger de Bully

Wihala (Worrall) Roger de Bully

 

These are all on Pages 43 to 45 of the Yorkshire section in the Domesday Book

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