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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.

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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 466



A.D. 1177. DIVISION OF THE LANDS OF IRELAND. Our lord the king also gave to William Fitz-Aldelm, his seneschal, the custody of the city of Wexford, with all its appurtenances, and enacted that the places under-written should thenceforth he appurtenant to the services of Wexford, namely, Arklow, with its appurtenances, Glascarric, with its appurtenances, the lands of Gilbert de Boisrohard, Ferneg Winal, with their appurtenances, Femes, with its appurtenances, the whole of the lands of Hervey, between \Vexford and the waters of Waterford, the service of Eaymond de Brune, the service of Frodrevelan, the service of Utmorth de Leighlin, the tenement, also, of Machtaloe, with' its appurtenances, Leis, the lands of Geoffrey de Constantin, with the whole of the appurtenances, and the whole of the iands of Otveld. Our lord the king also there delivered into the custody of Bobert le Poer, his marshal, the city of Waterford, with all its appurtenances, and enacted that the places under-written should thenceforth be appurtenant to the services of Waterford, namely, the whole of the land which Kes between Waterford and the water beyond Lismore, and the whole of the lands of Oiseric, with their appurtenances. The king of England also there deUvered the city of Dublin, with all its appurtenances, into the charge of Hugh de Lacy, and enacted that all the places under-written should thenceforth be appurtenant to the service of Dublin : the whole of the lands of Ofellane, with their appurtenances, Kildare, with its appurtenances, the whole of the lands of Offalaia, with their appurtenances, Wicklow, with its appurtenances, the service of Meath, and the service of four knights due from Bobert le Poer, by tenure of his castle of Dunavet. After our lord the king had, at Oxford, in manner aforesaid, ^divided the lands of Ireland and their services, he made all the persons to whom he had entrusted the custody thereof do homage to himself and to his son John, and take the oaths of aBegiance and fealty to them for their lands in Ireland. Also, at the same coiincil, our lord the king gave to Bichard, prior of Bikeby," the abbey of Whitby, and to Benedict, prior of the church of the Holy Trinity at Canterbury, the abbey of Burgh ; on which Bichard, the archbishop of Canterbury, consecrated him abbat thereof. In the same year, the before-named Yivianus, cardinal priest 9 9 Perhaps the abbey of Revesby, in Lincolnshire.


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