Charter of Henry II, notifying that he has confirmed to the monks of Clarevallis (Clairvaux) the gift which Robert Earl of Gloucester and the Countess Mabilia his wife and the Earl William their son made to them of all the land between Kenefeg and Auen-ulterior, to the west of the Hermitage of Theodoric; all the fisheries of Aven, the fishery in the water of Kenefeg; all wreck on their lands; a burgage in Kenefeg; a burgage in Cardiff, viz., Siward Palmer with his house and curtilage; and land in Margam, in exchange for that which they had from Baldwine the Harper near Newborough; and the liberty of buying and selling free victuals which Earl William granted to them; in accordance with the charters of Robert Earl of Gloucester and Earl William his son. Witnesses: R(ichard) Bishop of Winchester, G(eoffrey) Bishop of Ely, R(oger) Bishop of Worcester, Richard the treasurer, Richard de Luci, Earl William de Mandeville, William son of Audeli, steward, Reginald de Curtenai, Siher de Quinci, Th Thomas Basset, Randulf de Glanuilla, Robert de Stut(evilla), William de Stut(evilla), Gerard de Canuilli. Dated at Westminster; imperfect great seal of Henry II, second type. (NLW Penrice and Margam 14). n.d., 1174-1189

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      GB 216 A/Ma 4
  • Dates of Creation
      1174-1189
  • Language of Material
      Latin
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      1 paper; scanned copy