Place Year Number of eels Number of fishermen / fisheries Owed to Owed with Notes Source type Citation Source Latitude Source Longitude Destination Latitude Destination Longitude Notes on locations
Wyllan 970 10000 uncertain Ely Monastery Neither Outwell nor Upwell is individually mentioned in the Cambridgeshire section of Domesday Book, but it is reasonable to suppose that some of the 15,500 eels due to the monastery from Wisbech actually came from this neighbourhood. Charter 'Houses of Benedictine monks: Abbey and cathedral priory of Ely', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 2, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1948), pp. 199-210. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol2/pp199-210 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 52.612299 0.236705 52.3995 0.263779 A guess based on source
Wyllan and Eolem 973 8000 uncertain Peterborough Abbey Fisheries surrounding the villages of Wyllan and Eolum [Upwell, Outell, and Elm, Cambs. and Norfolk] were bought by the aforesaid bishop [i.e. ģthelwold] for 21 pounds.  And 16,000 eels were captured there each year, of which the bishop decreed that 8000 should got annually to Thorney, and 8000 to Burn [Peterborough]. Charter Cyril Roy Hart, The Early Charters of Eastern England (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1966), 182. 52.63 0.18 52.5725 -0.238889 Upwell, Outwell and Elm
Wyllan and Eolem 973 8000 uncertain Thorney Abbey Fisheries surrounding the villages of Wyllan and Eolum [Upwell, Outell, and Elm, Cambs. and Norfolk] were bought by the aforesaid bishop [i.e. ģthelwold] for 21 pounds.  And 16,000 eels were captured there each year, of which the bishop decreed that 8000 should got annually to Thorney, and 8000 to Burn [Peterborough]. Charter Cyril Roy Hart, The Early Charters of Eastern England (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1966), 182. 52.612299 0.236705 52.6204 -0.1072 Upwell, Outwell and Elm
Welles 974 60000 20 fishermen Ramsey Monastery Charter T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Wisbech Hundred: Outwell and Upwell', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 206-219. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp206-219 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.612299 0.236705 52.448333 -0.100833 Hart, in his "Early Charters of Eastern England" identifies this as Upwell and Outwell (the Wells)
Doddington and Wimblington 975c 1000 1 weir Abbot of Ely Charter T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'North Witchford Hundred: Doddington', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 110-116. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp110-116 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.497714 0.064423 52.3995 0.263779 villages close together
Stonea 975c 2000 1 marsh, rented to farm Abbot of Ely Charter T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'North Witchford Hundred: Doddington', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 110-116. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp110-116 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.519927 0.14303 52.3995 0.263779
Hilgay and Fordham 1007c 26275 multiple Thorney Abbey A charter of other things This is the rent of the fen at Fordham and at Hilgay [which is obtained (?) from] … Edgar’s son and from Wulfsige, namely 4000 [eels].  From the east (?) fen 2000, fom  … pole 20 ‘sticks’ [of eels].  From the fenced weir and from in front of it (?) 10 ‘sticks’.  From the true watercourse and …… 20 ‘sticks’.  From the lode weir 1000 eels.  From the burh weir … thousand.  From sceld …… 14 ‘sticks’.  From …… weir 150.  From wrat weir 2000.  From bulingge … ‘stiks’.  From batlin … thouseand.  From brade 20 ‘sticks’ were given.  From Wulfgar’s weir 20 ‘sticks’.  From Osgod’s 1000.  From …… weir 2000.  From ……1000.  The total amount in 26,000 and 11 ‘sticks’ Charter Robertson, A. J., ed. Anglo-Saxon Charters. Translated by A. J. Robertson. [2d ed.]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1956. (256-257) 52.5584 0.3898 52.6204 -0.1072 source coordinates for Hilgay
Lakenheath (Lakinge hithe) 1020 4000 uncertain Abbey of Bury St Edmunds From the contested charter of Cnut to the monks of Bury St. Edumnds: …And my queen ģlgyfu grants to the saints four thousand eels with their services which pertain to them, at Lakinge hithe. Historical Manuscripts Commission, 'The borough of Kings Lynn: Charters, letters patent, etc.', in The Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and Kings Lynn Eleventh Report, Appendix: Part III (London, 1887), pp. 185-209. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/hist-mss-comm/vol11/pt3/pp185-209 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.4136 0.5226 52.242923 0.7104932
Appledore 1032c 750 6 fisheries (per Doomsday) Christchurch, Canterbury 3 weys of cheese Here is declared in this document how King Cnut and the Lady ģlgifu granted permission to Eadsige their priest, when he became a monk, to dispose of the estate at Appledore as pleased him best.   Then he gave it to Christchurch to the servants of God on behalf of his soul, and bought it back from the community for his own lifetime and Edwin’s for four pounds, on condition that every year 3 weys of cheese and 3 binds of eels shall be rendered to Christchurch from the estate…

Robertson notes that a bind is 10 sticks (p. 420, note for ll. 13f)
Charter Robertson, A. J., ed. Anglo-Saxon Charters. Translated by A. J. Robertson. [2d ed.]. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1956. (170-171) 51.0324 0.7882 51.2779 1.0907
Abbey of Ramsey 1050c 4000 uncertain Peterborough Abbey Ramsey agreed to pay 4,000 eels a year to the Abbey of Peterborough in return for building-stone at Barnack

Et pro his dedit praefato abbati de Burch totam terram quam sanctus Benedictus habuit apud Marham liberam ab omni calumnia et quietam in plenam commutationem.  Ipse insuper abbas et fratres Ramesienses singulis annis dabunt de charitate abbati et fratribus Burgi quatuor millia anguillarum in quadragesima sub tali uidelicet conditione quod abbas et fratres de Ramesia habebunt in territorio sancti Petri de Burch quantum sibi opus fuerit de lapidibus quadratilibus apud Bernech et de petris muralibus apud Burch in plena cambitione.
Charter Kemble, John Mitchell. Codex Diplomaticus aevi Saxonici, opera Johannis M. Kemble... London: Sumptibus Societatis (Anglicae Historiae), 1846. (240-243) 52.448333 -0.100833 52.5725 -0.238889
Abbots Salford 1086 500 1 mill Abbey of Evesham 10 s. Payments: mill, 10s and 20 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.150846 -1.90107 52.09215 -1.94677
Alrewas 1086 1500 uncertain King William Payments: 1500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.732542 -1.7498386 52.732542 1.7498386
Alveston 1086 25300 3 mills Bishop of Worcester 40 s. Shared statistics: all statistics recorded here; memorandum on the pre-Conquest history of the lordship of the estate in 3,3. Payments: 3 mills, 40s and 1012 sticks of eels; in Warwick 4 houses, 16d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.59029 -2.53271 52.193636 -2.221575
Alwalton 1086 500 1 fishery Abbey of Peterborough 5 s. Shared statistics: 8,2-3, valuation recorded here. Land for 2 ploughs in lordship, besides these 5 hides, assumed to be new land. Payments: 1 fishery, 500 eels [and] 5s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.549593 -0.322553 52.5725 -0.238889
Ashton 1086 325 2 mills Abbot of Peterborough 40 s. ASHTON (Ascetone, 1086, Ayston, Hen. I and common, Ashton, xvi cent.) is now a separate township, formed in 1885 when the adjacent hamlet of Elmington was added to it. (fn. 144) In 1086 the abbot of Peterborough held it as 4_ hides. Two mills rendered 40s. and 325 eels. It was worth only 8s. in 1066, but in 1086 £7. There was a free tenant, Ivo, who held _ hide, worth 4s. (fn. 145) About 1125 the abbot held 4 hides in demesne, and there were now two free  Doomsday 'Parishes: Oundle', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 85-101. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp85-101 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.631042 -0.369128 52.5725 -0.238889
Asselby 1086 2400 fisheries Count of Mortain Payments: fisheries, 2400 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.7389 -0.90403 48.649222 -0.941546
Aston [Cantlow] 1086 125 1 mill Osbern son of Richard 8 s. Other population: 9 Flemings. Payments: mill, 8s and 5 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.23913 -1.7977135 52.23913 -1.7977135
Atherstone [-on-Stour] 1086 2500 1 mill Bishop Odo of Bayeux 10 s. Payments: mill, 10s and 10 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.1536 -1.70279 49.2777 -0.706472
Aubourn 1086 1000 uncertain Robert of Tosny Shared statistics: 18,29-30, valuation recorded here. Payments: 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.15258 -0.619861 53.15258 -0.619861
Barford 1086 325 1 mill Osbern son of Richard 2 s. Payments: mill, 2s and 13 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.242056 -1.606527 52.242056 -1.606527
Barrington 1086 3200 uncertain Robert Gernon Geld: manorial total and 1066 particulars disagree; ICC gives total hidage of 8.375. Payments: marsh, 3200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.132849 0.029992 52.132849 0.029992
Beverley 1086 7000 uncertain Archbishop of York Shared statistics: 2E1;18-41, valuation recorded here. Geld: St John's carucate 'always free', Skidby figure from the Summary; Burton (not recorded there) deduced. Ploughteams: 3 c' of men-at-arms assumed to be ploughs. Payments: fishery, 7000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.841963 -0.435093 53.95996 -1.0872979
Binton 1086 200 uncertain William son of Corbucion Payments: part of a mill, 4 packloads of corn and 8 sticks of eels; from Droitwich 3 packloads of salt. Mills: 1 part of a mill, recorded as 0.5. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.185502 -1.794667 52.185502 -1.794667
Birling 1086 390 1 fishery and 1 mill Bishop of Bayeux 330 from 1 mill 60 from 1 fishery Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.318997 0.409511 49.2777 -0.706472
Bladon 1086 125 2 mills Bishop of Bayeux 14 s. Adam holds of the Bishop 5 h. in Blade [Bladon]. (There is) land for 7 ploughs. Now in demesne (there are) 2 ploughs and 2 serfs; and 8 villeins with 18 bordars have 3 ploughs. There (are) 2 mills rendering (de) 14 s. and 125 eels, Doomsday 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.833431 -1.347727 49.2777 -0.706472
Bodenham 1086 750 uncertain Roger of Lacy Other population: 1 beadle, 1 smith. Payments: 30 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.150939 -2.6489007 52.150939 -2.6489007
Bottisham 1086 400 uncertain Walter Giffard Payments: 3 ploughshares (ICC, 4); marsh, 400 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.223475 0.25804 52.223475 0.25804
Bristeva 1086 225 unclear -- meadows and fisheries Bishop of Lincoln 22s. 8d. Of the same land of this manor Bristeva holds 20_ h. at rent (ad firmam). There is land for 16 ploughs. Now in demesne there are 4 ploughs; and 46 villeins with 15 bordars have 20 ploughs. There (are) 4 mills rendering (de) 38 s. From the meadows and fisheries, 22 s. and 8 d., and 9 sticks of eels. In addition to these (sources of income) this land renders 20 li. In King Edward's time (it rendered) 10 li.; when received, 8 li. Doomsday 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.656755 -1.158778 53.230688 -0.540579
Broadfield and [Lower] Broadfield 1086 600 1 fishery Ralph of Tosny Shared statistics: 1,11-37, geld total recorded in 1,37. Payments: fishery, 600 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.1032669 -0.2067942 51.1032669 -0.2067942
Broadward 1086 500 1 fishery William son of Norman Shared statistics: 1,11-37, geld total recorded in 1,37. Payments: fishery, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.0354669 -1.854492 52.0354669 -1.854492
Broadwas 1086 600 1 fishery Bishop of Worcester Shared statistics: 2,68-71, geld total (7 hides) recorded here exceeded by particulars (7.5). Payments: a salt-house, 50 measures of salt; a fishery, 20 sticks of eels; 10 houses in Droitwich. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.198389 -2.352401 52.193636 -2.221575
Bromham 1086 125 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 125 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.1511384 -0.52602 52.1511384 -0.52602
Bromham 1086 100 1 mill Countess Judith Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.1511384 -0.52602 52.1511384 -0.52602
Burghill 1086 625 uncertain Alfred of Marlborough Other population: 2 men-at-arms, 1 man. Payments: 25 sticks of eels; woodland, 4s; burgesses, 52d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.1005259 -2.7641352 52.1005259 -2.7641352
Burneham 1086 1000 1 man Earl of Surrey 1130 rent deeded to the Priory of Castleacre by the 2nd earl of Surrey indicates a previous rent due to the earl’s family. 1086 is a guess, aligned with Doomsday accounting. The said William Earl Warren gave…1000 eels given by Osmund, the steward, with land in Burneham Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred and Half: Castleacre', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8 (London, 1808), pp. 356-377. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol8/pp356-377 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.876549 0.838483 52.876549 0.838483 Coordinates are for Barsham as a best proximal guess
Burton 1086 280 uncertain Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) Payments: 280 (eels?). Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.8140281 -1.6371359 52.8140281 -1.6371359
Byfleet 1086 325 1.5 fisheries Abbey of Chertsey Payments: 1 1/2 fisheries, 325 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.340125 -0.471357 51.38649 -0.509456
Cardington 1086 100 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.117296 -0.412731 52.117296 -0.412731
Cassington 1086 175 uncertain Bishop Odo of Bayeux Duplicates: entry duplicated in 7,32. Payments: mill and fishery, 175 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.789844 -1.3485835 49.2777 -0.706472
Chainhalle 1086 100 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.178151 -0.425156 52.178151 -0.425156
Chatteris 1086 4000 uncertain Abbey of Ramsey Payments: fisheries, 3000 eels; presentations, 27d. Satellite: IE 3 ploughlands, 3 ploughs of meadow. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.456102 0.054012 52.448333 -0.100833
Chatteris 1086 1500 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 1500 eels. Satellite: IE Brev. 2 ploughs in lordship, includes cottagers as smallholders, slaves from IE and IE Brev. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.456102 0.054012 52.3995 0.263779
Chesterton 1086 1000 1 marsh King William Payments: marsh, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.8893878 -1.1871427 51.8893878 -1.1871427
Chetwynd 1086 1600 uncertain Turold (of Verley) Payments: mill with 2 fisheries, 5s and 64 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.8015243 -2.4085858 52.8015243 -2.4085858
Chippenham 1086 1500 uncertain Geoffrey de Mandeville Payments: 1500 eels; in 1066, 8d or 1 horse in the King's service. Satellite: ICC records 29 villagers, adds 1 mill, supplies no value. Geld: reduced because the farm oppressed it. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.461514 -2.1195157 51.461514 -2.1195157
Chithurst 1086 100 1 mill Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) 8 s. Payments: mill, 8s and 100 eels; site in Chichester, 6d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.9939 -0.8070041 50.9939 -0.8070041
Clifton 1086 150 1 mill Eudo the steward Payments: mill, 150 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.4622014 -2.618066 51.4622014 -2.618066
Clifton [Reynes] 1086 125 1 fishery Countess Judith Payments: fishery, 125 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.151023 -0.6858919 52.151023 -0.6858919
Cottenham 1086 500 uncertain Abbey of Crowland Payments: marsh, 500 eels; presentations, 12d. Duplicates: 40 acres possibly duplicated in 32,42. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.288837 0.124287 52.676305 -0.1669214
Cottenham 1086 150 marsh Picot of Cambridge Payments: marsh, 150 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.288837 0.1242869 52.205337 0.121817
Cottingham 1086 8000 5 fishereis Hugh son of Baldric Geld: breakdown from the Summary. Payments: 1 mill (or mills); 5 fisheries, 8000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.78208 -0.413978 53.78208 -0.413978
Cropthorne 1086 400 1 mill 10s. 20 sticks Doomsday 'Parishes: Cropthorne', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 322-329. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp322-329 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.101679 -2.003323 52.101679 -2.003323
Croxton 1086 500 marsh David of Argentan Payments: grazing, 16d; marsh, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2176534 -0.174744 52.2176534 -0.174744
Crudgington 1086 1000 uncertain Robert the butler Payments: 4 fisheries, 13s 4d. Values: 1086 value £4 and 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.759 -2.5493774 52.759 -2.5493774
Datchet 1086 2000 2 fisheries Giles brother of Ansculf Payments: 2 fisheries, 2000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.484 -0.57952 51.4840262 0.5795206
Deddington 1086 100 3 fishermen Bishop of Bayeux 41 s. The same Bishop holds Dadintone [Deddington]. There are 36 h. There is land for 30 ploughs. In demesne there were 11_ h. in addition to the inland. Now there are 18_ h. in demesne, and there are 10 ploughs and 25 serfs; and 64 villeins with 10 bordars have 20 ploughs. There (are) 3 mills rendering (de) 41 s. and 100 eels, and there (are) 140 acres of meadow and 30 acres of pasture. From the meadows 10 s. In King Edward's time and afterwards it was worth 40 li.; now (it is worth) 60 li. Five thegns.  'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.982193 -1.323309 49.2777 -0.706472
Denford 1086 250 uncertain Bishop of Coutances Payments: 250 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.37456 -0.54603 49.047778 -1.445833
Doddington 1086 27150 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: 27150 eels; presentations, 24s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.497714 0.064423 52.399538 0.263779
Dorchester 1086 750 1 fisherman Bishop of Lincoln Shared statistics: 6,1a-c;9, geld. Geld: of 90 hides, 59.75 are the bishop's, disaggregated in 6,1b-c; remaining 30.25 in 6,9. Other population: 1 fisherman, 1 man. Payments: 30 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.7111639 -2.44118099 53.230688 -0.540579
Dorney 1086 500 1 fishery Miles Crispin Payments: fishery, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.5044754 -0.6649893 51.5044754 -0.6649893
Downham 1086 300 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 300 eels and 2s. Satellite: IE Brev. cottagers counted as smallholders. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.433 0.233 52.3995 0.263779 This is almost certainly not the Downham in Lancastershire, but is rather the village of Little Downham in Cambridgeshire
Duncton 1086 360 fisheries Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) Payments: 1 site in Chichester, 2s; fisheries, 360 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.9532772 -0.6307586 50.9532772 -0.6307586
East Farleigh 1086 1200 uncertain Archbishop of Canterbury Values: subholdings assumed to be additional. Payments: 1200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.25179 0.484321 51.280233 1.0789089
Eaton [Socon] 1086 100 1 mill Eudo the steward Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.21478 -0.2865121 52.21478 -0.2865121
Elvington 1086 1000 2 fisheries William of Percy Payments: 2 fisheries, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.9205843 -0.9393713 53.9205843 -0.9393713
Ely 1086 3750 fisheries Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 3750 eels; presentations, 2s 3d. Satellite: IE Brev. lists 8 ploughs in lordship. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.399538 0.262363 52.3995 0.263779
Eton 1086 1000 1 fishery Walter son of Other Payments: fisheries, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.495736 -0.6044396 51.495736 -0.6044396
Exning 1086 1200 uncertain Count Alan Payments: 1200 eels. Satellite: ICC 3 men's ploughs. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26584 0.371772 52.26584 0.371772
Exning 1086 7000 uncertain King William Payments: 7000 eels. Satellite: ICC has £52 value. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26584 0.371772 52.26584 0.371772
Eynsham 1086 450 1 mill Bishop of Lincoln 12 s. The same Bishop holds Eglesham [Eynsham] and Columban the monk holds of him. There are 15_ h. belonging to the same church. There is land for 18 ploughs and the same number (was) found. In demesne there is land for 2 ploughs (which is) inland. Now in demesne (there are) 3 ploughs; and 3 knights with 34 villeins and 33 bordars have 15 ploughs. There (is) a mill rendering (de) 12 s. and 450 eels, and (there are) 255 acres of meadow and 100 acres of pasture. Wood(land) 1_ leagues in length and 1 league and 2 furlongs in breadth. When stocked (the woodland) is worth 25 s. (The manor) was and is worth 20 li. Doomsday 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.781605 -1.376999 53.230688 -0.540579
Fladbury 1086 500 1 mill Bishop of Worcester 10 s. There was a mill at Fladbury in 1086 which was worth 10s. and 20 stiches of eels a year. Doomsday 'Parishes: Fladbury', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 352-364. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp352-364 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 52.116315 -2.004732 52.193636 -2.221575
Fownhope 1086 300 Hugh the Ass presentaitno of fish 3x per year Values: 'The lord has 12s 4d from the waste lands'. Payments: 300 eels. Other population: 1 reeve, 1 smith, 1 carpenter, 1 man-at-arms. Ploughteams: man-at-arms' plough assumed to be additional. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.00872 -2.603924 52.00872 -2.603924
Goldginton 1086 200 2 mills Hugh of Beuchamp the 2 mills later get split between two priories: Newnham Priory (100) and Warren Abbey (100) Doomsday Palmer Datadet; 'Parishes: Goldington', in A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1912), pp. 202-209. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/beds/vol3/pp202-209 [accessed 11 August 2017]. 52.144852 -0.429423 52.144852 -0.429423
Grantchester 1086 500 .5 weir Robert (son of) Fafiton Payments: 1/2 weir, 500 eels. Satellite: ICC 1.5 lordship hides. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.181007 0.093225 52.181007 0.093225
Great Barford 1086 80 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 80 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.158325 -0.35296 52.158325 -0.35296
Grimley 1086 1 .5 fishery Bishop of Worcester Shared statistics: 2,66-67, geld adjusted here. Payments: 1/2 fishery, [...] sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.242334 -2.241903 52.193636 -2.221575
Gringley [-on-the-Hill] 1086 1000 uncertain Roger of Bully Shared statistics: 9,122-124, valuation recorded here. Payments: 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.40708 -0.893814 53.40708 -0.893814
Hailey 1086 1000 1 fishery Geoffrey of Bec Payments: weir, 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.813902 -1.491223 51.813902 -1.491223
Halmonds Frome 1086 125 uncertain Roger of Lacy Payments: 5 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.130928 -2.478993 52.130928 -2.478993
Hambleden 1086 1000 1 fishery Queen Matilda Payments: 1 fishery, 1000 eels. Values: in all its payments, £35 a year at face value. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.572545 -0.869705 51.572545 -0.869705
Harefield and Harefield [South] 1086 1000 4 fishponds Richard son of Count Gilbert Payments: 4 fishponds, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.60314 -0.484045 51.60314 -0.484045
Harlton 1086 100 uncertain Walter Giffard Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.15309 0.023737 52.15309 0.023737
Harmondsworth 1086 1500 3 mills and several fishponds Abbey of Rouen The Abbot of Holy Trinity, Rouen, holds Hermodesworde [Harmondsworth] of the king. It is assessed at 30 hides. There is land for 20 ploughs. To the demesne belong 8 hides, and there are 3 ploughs. Among the Frenchmen (franc') and the villeins there are 10 ploughs, and there can be 7 more. There a certain knight (miles) has 2 hides, and 2 villeins each [have] 1 hide, and [there are] 2 villeins on (de) 1 hide, and 14 villeins each on 1 virgate, and 6 villeins each on _ virgate, and 6 bordars each on 5 acres, and 7 cottars and 6 serfs. There are 3 mills worth 60s. and 500 eels, and from the fishponds (de piscinis) [are rendered] 1,000 eels. [There is] meadow for 20 ploughs; pasture for the cattle of the vill; wood[land] for 500 pigs; and 1 arpent of vineyard. The whole is worth £20; when he received it [it was worth] £12; T.R.E. £25. Earl Harold held this manor, and in the manor was a certain sokeman holding 2 of these 30 hides. He could not give or sell [them] outside Harmondsworth T.R.E. Doomsday Palmer Dataset; 'Domesday Survey: Translation of the Text ', in A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 1, Physique, Archaeology, Domesday, Ecclesiastical Organization, the Jews, Religious Houses, Education of Working Classes To 1870, Private Education From Sixteenth Century, ed. J S Cockburn, H P F King and K G T McDonnell (London, 1969), pp. 119-129. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/middx/vol1/pp119-129 [accessed 8 September 2017]. 51.487453 -0.475553 49.443232 1.099971
Harmston 1086 75000 uncertain Earl Hugh Shared statistics: 13,34-37, valuation recorded in 13,34. Payments: 75000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.149134 -0.545708 53.149134 -0.545708
Harrold 1086 200 1 mill Countess Judith Payments: mill, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2054545 -0.635356 52.2054545 -0.635356
Hartfield 1086 350 1 mill Count of Mortain 4 s. Payments: mill, 4s and 350 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.1023 0.111502 48.649222 -0.941546
Haversham 1086 75 uncertain William Peverel Geld: demesne hides mentioned but no figure given. Payments: 75 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.0783638 -0.7923546 52.0783638 -0.7923546
Heckfield 1086 100 uncertain Hugh of Port Payments: fisheries, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.3407 -0.9624634 51.3407 -0.9624634
Hemel Hempstead 1086 275 1 mill Count of Mortain Payments: pasture, 2s; mill, 275 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.753241 -0.448632 48.649222 -0.941546
Heyford Warren 1086 900 2 fisheries Robert de Oilgi Roger holds of Robert Haiforde [Heyford Warren]. There are 10 h. (There is) land for 10 ploughs. Now in demesne (there are) 3 ploughs and 3 serfs; and 10 villeins with 1 bordar have 6 ploughs. There (is) a mill rendering (de) 12 s., and 18 acres of meadow, and 2 fisheries rendering (de) 900 eels and 6_ acres of pasture. In King Edward's time it was worth 8 li.; when received 10 li.; now (it is worth) 12 li. County Records 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.946385 -1.311315 51.946385 -1.311315
High Ercall 1086 1502 1 fishery Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) Payments: 2 mills, 12 packloads of corn; a fishery, 1502 large eels; 18 ora customary due to the Countess. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.74979 -2.604053 52.74979 -2.604053
Hitcham 1086 500 1 fishery Miles Crispin Payments: fishery, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.123874 0.894044 52.123874 0.894044
Hoddesdon 1086 150 1 fishery Edward of Salisbury Payments: fishery, 150 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.760007 -0.015042 51.760007 -0.015042
Hoddesdon 1086 22 weirs Geoffrey de Mandeville Payments: weirs, 22 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.760007 -0.015042 51.760007 -0.015042
Hoddesdon 1086 100 1 weir Count Alan Shared statistics: 16,9-10, valuation recorded here. Payments: 100 eels from weir. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.760007 -0.015042 51.760007 -0.015042
Hoddesdon 1086 21 weirs Count Eustace Payments: weirs, 21 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.760007 -0.015042 51.760007 -0.015042
Horningsea 1086 1000 1 mill Abbey of Ely Payments: mill, 1000 eels. Satellite: Domesday Book has 17 for ploughlands, IE 17.5; ICC has 8.5 lords ploughs, 25 villagers; 1086 valuation £16. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.24055 0.1857501 52.3995 0.263779
Huntington 1086 400 uncertain Ralph of Mortimer Other population: 1 rider, 4 ploughmen. Payments: mill, 400 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.33146 -0.182552 51.71808 0.67639
Ibsley 1086 700 1 mill Hugh of Port Geld: 2 hides of this manor are in the Forest (value £1.00), assumed to be lost to manor. Payments: mill, 700 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.88636 -1.78808 50.88636 -1.78808
Isleham 1086 2300 1 mill Archbishop of Canterbury Payments: mill, 300 eels and another 2000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.34026 0.411017 51.280233 1.0789089
Isleham 1086 1250 1 mill King William Payments: mill, 1250 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.340264 0.411017 52.340264 0.411017
Iver 1086 1500 4 fisheries Robert d'Oilly fish every Friday for the reeve's work Payments: 4 fisheries, 1500 eels and fish every Friday for the village reeve's work. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.520194 -0.509572 51.520194 -0.509572
Kingston [upon Thames] 1086 125 Walter son of Other Duplicates: 2 hides possibly duplicated in 39 hides of 1,8. Payments: 125 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.41233 -0.30069 51.41233 -0.30069
Kirtling 1086 5500 1 fishery Countess Judith Payments: fishery, 5500 eels. Ploughteams: 1 possible lordship plough (ICC). Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.186447 0.471385 52.186447 0.471385
Landbeach 1086 1000 marsh Picot of Cambridge 12 d. Payments: 1000 eels and 12d from marsh. Geld: manorial total and 1066 particulars disagree. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26616 0.162313 52.205337 0.121817
Landbeach 1086 450 uncertain Count Alan Payments: marsh, 450 eels. Satellite: 1 virgate (claimed by Ely Abbey), value 5s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26616 0.162313 52.26616 0.162313
Lavendon 1086 250 1 mill Bishop of Coutances Payments: mill, 250 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.170791 -0.660084 49.047778 -1.445833
Lavendon 1086 50 1 mill Count of Mortain Payments: mill, 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.170791 -0.660084 48.649222 -0.941546
Lechlade 1086 175 uncertain Henry of Ferrers Geld: 6 hides exempt. Payments: 175 eels; £7 7s from meadows besides hay for the oxen; burgesses, 16d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.69978 -1.69145 51.69978 -1.69145
Leconfield 1086 4000 1 fishery Count of Mortain Payments: fishery, 4000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.876265 -0.455482 48.649222 -0.941546
Leconfield 1086 2400 10 fisheries William of Percy Payments: 10 fisheries, 2400 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.87626 -0.455482 53.87626 -0.455482
Leominster 1086 1 uncertain King William Shared statistics: 1,10a-c. Payments: by 14 named tenants, possibly additional to value, of £23 2s besides the eels. Value £60 besides the supplies of the nuns; could be £120, recorded as Render. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2257 -2.742772 52.2257 -2.742772
Linden [End] 1086 3333 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 3333 eels; presentations, 4s. Satellite: IE Brev. 5 men's ploughs; cottagers counted as smallholders. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.04752 -2.298295 52.3995 0.263779
Little Barford 1086 125 Abbey of Ramsey Payments: 125 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.198745 -0.273019 52.448333 -0.100833
Little Ness 1086 600 1 mill Reginald the sheriff Payments: mill, 600 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.770916 -2.878331 52.770916 -2.878331
Little Thetford 1086 500 fisheries Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 500 eels; presentations, 4 1/2 d. Satellite: lordship hides from IE. IENV, 1 men's plough; cottagers counted as smallholders. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.362518 0.248413 52.3995 0.263779
Littleport 1086 17000 fisheries Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 17000 eels; presentations of fish, 12s 9d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.456702 0.3073659 52.3995 0.263779
Longstanton [All Saints and St Michael] 1086 3200 mash Gilbert son of Turold 2 s. 8 d. Payments: marsh, 3200 eels and 2s 8d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2729517 0.0548 52.2729517 0.0548
Lower and Upper Burgate 1086 1000 uncertain King William Shared statistics: 1,36-38. Payments: 1000 eels; woodland and pasture which paid 40 pigs and 10s (not recorded) in the Forest. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.94105 -1.78417 50.94105 -1.78417
Lower and Upper Heyford 1086 900 uncertain Robert d'Oilly Payments: 900 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.94105 -1.78417 50.94105 -1.78417
Lower Winchendon 1086 80 1 mill Walter Giffard Payments: mill, 80 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.8021 -0.940112 51.8021 -0.940112
Lullingstone 1086 150 uncertain Bishop Odo of Bayeux Values: 3s assumed to be additional. Payments: 150 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.363937 0.196355 49.2777 -0.706472
Lyminge 1086 40 uncertain Archbishop of Canterbury Values: subholdings assumed to be additional. Payments: 40 eels. Landowners: Domesday Monachorum supplies details of subholdings. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.128996 1.089688 51.280233 1.0789089
Maidstone 1086 450 4.5 fisheries Archbishop of Canterbury Payments: salt-houses, none recorded; fisheries, 450 eels. Details of subholdings from Domesday Monachorum, assumed to be additional. Values: Cola and Wulfric pay 20s to monks. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.270363 0.522699 51.280233 1.0789089
Marden 1086 625 King William Geld: not given; 2 paid tax. Payments: 9 packloads of salt; fishery without dues; salt-houses; 25 sticks of eels. Duplicates: 2 hides duplicated in 16,3-4; 1 virgate probably in 35,1. Other population: 4 freedmen, 8 servants. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.1888 0.501163 51.1888 0.501163
Marlow and [Little] Marlow 1086 1000 1 fishery Queen Matilda Payments: 1 fishery, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.586038 -0.737125 51.586038 -0.737125
Marlow and [Little] Marlow 1086 500 1 fishery Bishop Odo of Bayeux Payments: fishery, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.586038 -0.737125 49.2777 -0.706472
Martley 1086 2625 2 weirs King William Duplicates: 10.25 (or 13) hides duplicated in WOR X3. Payments: 2 weirs, 2500 eels and 5 sticks; 3 houses, 12d; villagers, 12s. Other population: 4 riders, 1 beadle, 1 reeve. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.23832 -2.365495 52.23832 -2.365495
Medmenham 1086 1000 1 fishery Hugh of Bolbec Payments: 1 fishery, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.55219 -0.84013 51.55219 -0.84013
Merestone 1086 500 uncertain King William Duplicates: 2 hides duplicated in 9,1. Payments: 500 eels; customary dues 95s; woodland, mills, villagers, freedmen. Abbey of Cormeilles holds churches, number unspecified, 2 recorded (1,6). Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.4745177 -0.71129 52.4745177 -0.71129
Meretown 1086 4000 uncertain King William Payments: 4000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.7796 -2.36439 52.7796 -2.36439
Methwold 1086 2000 uncertain Earl of Surrey 1130 rent deeded to the Priory of Castleacre by the 2nd earl of Surrey indicates a previous rent due to the earl’s family. 1086 is a guess, aligned with Doomsday accounting. Book Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred and Half: Castleacre', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8 (London, 1808), pp. 356-377. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol8/pp356-377 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.520234 0.476586 52.520234 0.476586
Midelney 1086 6000 uncertain Abbey of Muchelney Geld: 4 carucates which never paid tax in 3 islands. Payments: 6000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.00397 -2.84029 51.0153 -2.80481
Milton 1086 650 marsh Picot of Cambridge 12 d. Payments: marsh, 650 eels and 12d. Satellite: IE 4 men's ploughs. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.243439 0.16144 52.205337 0.121817
Monkland 1086 625 1 mill Ralph of Tosny Geld: 1 hide did not pay tax because it was in lordship. Payments: mill, 25 sticks of eels; meadow, 5s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.211736 -2.79834 52.35552 -1.1743197
North Charford 1086 1250 1 mill Edward of Salisbury Payments: mill, 1,250 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.974217 -1.71872 52.35552 -1.1743197
Oakley 1086 200 1 mill Robert of Tosny Payments: mill, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.79987 -1.072272 52.35552 -1.1743197
Odell 1086 200 1 mill Walter of Flanders 36 s. 8 d. Payments: mill, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.216266 -0.599064 52.35552 -1.1743197
Olney 1086 200 1 mill Bishop of Coutances 40 s. Payments: mill, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.154738 -0.701378 49.047778 -1.445833
Ombersley 1086 2000 1.5 fisheries Abbey of Evesham Payments: in Droitwich 1 salt-house; 1 1/2 fisheries, 2000 eels. Other population: 2 riders and 10 ploughmen. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2711405 -2.228779 52.09215 -1.94677
Orleton 1086 1000 2 fisheries Gilbert son of Turold Payments: 2 fisheries, 40 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.29695 -2.748732 52.29695 -2.748732
Oundle 1086 250 1 mill Abbot of Peterborough 20 s. King Edgar in 972 confirmed to the monks of Peterborough the 'tun' called OUNDLE, with all that lies thereto, called the Eight Hundreds, and market and toll, so freely that neither king, bishop, earl nor sheriff may interfere, but only the abbot. (fn. 56) This was confirmed by later kings. (fn. 57) In 1086 the abbot had 6 hides in Oundle. The mill was let for 20s. and 250 eels. Doomsday 'Parishes: Oundle', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 85-101. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp85-101 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.480841 -0.468752 52.5725 -0.238889
Petersham 1086 1000 1 fishery Abbey of Chertsey 1000 lampeys Payments: fishery, 1000 eels and 1000 lampreys. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.451051 -0.29908 51.3865 -0.5095
Pinchbeck 1086 1500 Ivo Tallboys Shared statistics: 14,97-100, valuation recorded in 14,97. Payments: 1,500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.81368 -0.158833 52.81368 -0.158833
Putnoe 1086 100 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.14845 -0.4391394 52.14845 -0.4391394
Raunds 1086 1000 uncertain Bishop of Coutances Payments: 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.34169 -0.541032 49.047778 -1.445833
Remenham 1086 1000 1 mill King William Payments: mill, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.55162 -0.8865 51.55162 -0.8865
Richards Castle 1086 375 Robert Gernon Payments: 4 measures of corn and 15 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.3203 -2.741852 52.3203 -2.741852
Roxton 1086 200 1 mill William Speke Payments: mill, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.17575 -0.315953 52.17575 -0.315953
Rye [House] 1086 200 weirs Bishop Odo of Bayeux Payments: hay, 10s; weirs, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.767234 0.007 49.2777 -0.70647
Seal 1086 90 1 fishery Bishop Odo of Bayeux Payments: 90 eels. Values: Richard's £6 assumed to be additional. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.268174 0.238948 49.2777 -0.706472
Selham 1086 100 uncertain Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) Payments: 100 eels; 1 site in Chichester, 7d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.977527 -0.669215 50.977527 -0.669215
Sessingham 1086 500 1 mill Count of Mortain 10 s. Geld: 1/2 hide in Hastings Rape assumed to be recorded there (see 9,47). Payments: mill, 10s and 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.85651 0.188502 48.649222 -0.941546
Shabbington 1086 100 1 fishery Miles Crispin Payments: fishery, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.7567126 -1.0362469 51.7567126 -1.0362469
Sheffield 1086 500 1 mill Count of Mortain 40 d. Payments: mill, 40d and 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.38113 -1.4701 48.649222 -0.941546
Shelsley [Beauchamp and Walsh] 1086 400 uncertain Osbern son of Richard Duplicates: 3,2 and 19, 4-7 6 hides in Kyre duplicated in GLS 1,11; 6,1 and 19,3;5-6;8-9; 10 hides in Clifton duplicated in GLS 1,11. Payments: 16 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2649 -2.40896 52.2649 -2.40896
Shifford 1086 250 Bishop of Lincoln 4 s. 4 d. Payments: 250 eels and 4s 4d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.714247 -1.463823 53.230688 -0.540579
Shinfield 1086 700 1 mill, 5 fisheries King William Payments: mill, 150 eels; 5 fisheries, 550 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.4083203 -0.947833 51.4083203 -0.947833
Soham 1086 3500 1 mill King William presentation of fish 3x per year Geld: ICC, 'less 6 acres'. Payments: 3500 eels from fisheries and presentation of fish three times a year from fishermen. Duplicates: 6 hides and 40 acres duplicated in 1,13. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.335212 0.337508 52.335212 0.337508
Soham 1086 1500 1 fishery Count Alan Payments: 1500 eels, 1 fishing net in Soham Mere. Satellite: ICC 3 men's ploughs and 1 possible. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.335212 0.337508 52.335212 0.337508
Somerton 1086 400 1 mill Bishop of Bayeux 20 s. Rainald Wadard holds of the Bishop Sumertone [Somerton]. There are 9 h. There is land for 9 ploughs. Now in demesne (there are) 2 ploughs with 1 serf; and 17 villeins with 9 bordars have 7 ploughs. There (is) a mill rendering (de) 20 s. and 400 eels, and (there are) 40 acres of meadow and 156 acres of pasture. It was worth 9 li.; now (it is worth) 12 li. Doomsday 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.055 -2.73379 49.2777 -0.706472
Sopley 1086 875 1 mill William son of Stur Geld: the King has 4 hides and the whole wood of this manor in his Forest; value of all this 110s, presumably lost to manor. Payments: mill, 875 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.7721 -1.77771 50.7721 -1.77771
South Malling 1086 2000 1 mill Archbishop of Canterbury Geld: 5 hides outside Hundred, 12.583 in 2,1b-g. Values: previously held at a revenue (£90). Payments: grazing, 38s 6d; mill, 2000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.88307 0.02013 51.280233 1.0789089
South Preston 1086 250 uncertain Archbishop of Canterbury Payments: fishery, 250 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.763201 -2.70309 51.280233 1.0789089
South Stoke 1086 300 Bishop of Lincoln Shared statistics: 6,1a-c;9, geld. Geld: of 90 hides, 59.75 are the bishop's, disaggregated in 6,1b-c; remaining 30.25 in 6,9. Payments: 12 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.55697 -1.123036 53.230688 -0.540579
Southoe 1086 1000 1 fishery Eustace the sheriff Payments: fishery, 1000 eels; 3 presentations a year, value 49d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26447 -0.267155 52.26447 -0.267155
Spernall 1086 175 1 mill William Bonvallet Payments: mill, and 7 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.2605 -1.875137 52.2605 -1.875137
Stanford 1086 50 1 mill Eudo the steward Payments: mill, 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.65128 -0.48022 52.65128 -0.48022
Stanton[bury] 1086 50 1 mill Miles Crispin Payments: mill, 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.0663 -0.7686 52.0663 -0.7686
Stanwell 1086 1375 4 mills, 3 weirs Walter son of Other 70 s. Payments: 4 mills, 70s and 375 eels; 3 weirs, 1000. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.457942 -0.47427 51.457942 -0.47427
Staple [Fitzpaine] 1086 50 uncertain (1 garden?) Count of Mortain Payments: a garden in Langport; 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.9599 -3.052 48.649222 -0.941546
Steyning 1086 200 uncertain Robert of Vessey Payments: 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.8874 -0.32668 50.8874 -0.32668
Stotfold 1086 400 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 400 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.0162 -0.232293 52.0162 -0.232293
Stratford [-upon-Avon] 1086 1000 uncertain Bishop of Worcester Payments: 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.19173 -1.708298 52.193636 -2.221575
Stretham 1086 3250 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 3250 eels; presentations, 7s 7d. Satellite: IE, 3 ploughs in lordship; only 12 villagers. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.3495 0.2203029 52.3995 0.263779
Stuntney 1086 24000 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 24000 eels; presentations, 18s. Satellite: IE Brev. 2 ploughs in lordship cottagers counted as smallholders, intermediate valuation £10. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.3804 0.28409 52.3995 0.263779
Sudbury 1086 100 uncertain Henry of Ferrers Payments: 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.04105 0.726706 52.04105 0.726706
Sutton [St Michael and St Nicholas] 1086 175 1 mill Nigel the doctor Payments: mill, 7 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.42938 -2.72017 53.42938 -2.72017
Sutton [St Michael and St Nicholas] 1086 200 uncertain Nigel the doctor Payments: 8 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.42938 -2.72017 53.42938 -2.72017
Swaffham [Bulbeck and Prior] 1086 300 uncertain Walter Giffard Payments: 300 eels. Satellite: mill value 30s less 3d instead of 4d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.23731 0.276382 52.23731 0.276382
Swaffham [Bulbeck and Prior] 1086 100 1 mill Count Alan Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.23731 0.276382 52.23731 0.276382
Swavesey 1086 3750 fisheries Count Alan Payments: fisheries, 3750 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.301064 -0.004534 52.301064 -0.004534
Swavesey 1086 225 marsh Gilbert of Ghent Payments: marsh, 225 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.301064 -0.004534 52.301064 -0.004534
Taplow 1086 1000 1 fishery Bishop Odo of Bayeux Payments: 1 fishery, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.53217 -0.68796 49.2777 -0.706472
Tarrant [Keyneston] 1086 1000 1 mill Bishop of Lisieux Payments: mill, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.84216 -2.112994 49.145921 0.227849
Taynton 1086 0 uncertain Abbey of Paris 62 s. 6 d. Payments: eels, 62s 6d; quarries, meadows and pasture, 24s 7d.; Payment made in lieu of eels, probably because of the distance

The Church of St. Denis of Paris holds of the King Teigtone [Taynton]. King Edward gave it to that church. There are 10 h. (There is) land for 15 ploughs. Now in demesne there are 4 (ploughs) and 4 serfs; and 17 villeins with 30 bordars have 17 ploughs. There (are) 2 mills rendering (de) 32 s. and 6 d., and 62 s. and 6 d. for eels.
Doomsday Palmer Dataset; 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.82147 -1.65768 48.856614 2.3522219
Tempsford 1086 120 1 mill Bishop of Lincoln Payments: mill, 120 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.17058 -0.291797 53.230688 -0.540579
Thrup 1086 125 1 mill Roger de Iveri 6 s. The son of Wadard holds of Roger Trop [Thrup]. There are 3 h. There is land for 6 ploughs. Now in demesne (there are) 2 ploughs with one serf, and a mill rendering (de) 6s. and 125 eels. There (are) 30 acres of meadow and as many acres of pasture. It was and is worth 6 li. Lewi, a man of Archbishop Stigand, held it. Doomsday 'The Domesday survey: The Text', in A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 1, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1939), pp. 396-428. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/oxon/vol1/pp396-428 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.839 -1.303 51.839 -1.303
Tillington 1086 120 1 mill Earl Roger (of Shrewsbury) 20 s. Payments: mill, 20s and 120 eels; 1 site in Chichester, 8d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.99491 -0.64336 50.99491 -0.64336
Trimworth 1086 60 1 mill Haimo the sheriff Values: tenant holding assumed to be additional. Payments: mill, 60 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.08672 1.15399 51.08672 1.15399
Trumpington 1086 500 weirs Robert (son of) Fafiton Satellite: ICC, payments: weir, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.173673 0.110348 52.173673 0.110348
Trumpington 1086 450 1 weir Picot of Cambridge Payments: weir, 450 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.173673 0.110348 52.205337 0.121817
Tudworth [Green] 1086 20000 fishponds William of Warenne Shared statistics: 12W1-28, geld total recorded in 12W1. Payments: fishponds, 20000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.58377 -0.96288 -53.58377 -0.96288
Ulceby 1086 500 1 mill Erneis of Buron Payments: mill, 500 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.617983 -0.33065 53.6179831 53.617983
Upton 1086 1000 1 fishery King William Payments: fishery, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.386561 -3.0986539 53.386561 -3.0986539
Ware 1086 375 uncertain Hugh of Grandmesnil Other population: 1 village reeve, 3 Frenchmen, 2 Englishmen, 32 men. Payments: 375 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.810437 -0.028177 51.810437 -0.028177
Wargrave 1086 3000 3 fisheries King William Payments: 3 fisheries, 3000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.5003 -0.8645275 51.5003 -0.8645275
Warmington 1086 325 1 mill 40 s. In 1086 the abbey held, as it had held in 1066, 10 hides in Warmington. Of these 7_ were held in demesne; the mill rendered 40s. and 325 eels yearly. The value in 1066 was 5s., but in 1086 it had risen to £11, pointing to ruthless devastation just before the Conquest Doomsday 'Parishes: Warmington', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 113-122. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp113-122 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.507863 -0.410768 52.507863 -0.410768
Wasperton 1086 1000 2 mill Abbey of Coventry 20 s. and 4 packloads of salt Payments: mill, 20s, 4 packloads of salt and 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.22963 -1.60709 52.4068 -1.519693
Wateringbury 1086 30 1 fishery Bishop Odo of Bayeux Payments: fishery, 30 eels; 3 sites (in Rochester), 3s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.254896 0.423035 49.2777 -0.706472
West Burton 1086 200 Roger of Bully Shared statistics: 9,116-117, valuation recorded here. Payments: fishery, 200 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 54.27534 -1.975145 54.27534 -1.975145
West Wycombe 1086 1000 1 fishery Bishop of Winchester Payments: fishery, 1000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.64457 -0.803234 51.05977 -1.310142
Wheldrake 1086 2000 3 fisheries William of Percy Payments: 3 fisheries, 2000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 53.89632 -0.9637572 53.89632 -0.9637572
Whistley 1086 550 1 mill, 1 fishery Abbey of Abingdon Payments: mill, 250 eels; fishery, 300 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.462186 -0.860399 51.67078 -1.2879529
Wicken 1086 4520 Count Alan Payments: mill, 4520 eels; 3 fishing nets in Soham Mere. Values: ICC 1086 valuation 38s, 1066 £16. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.312532 0.2982639 -0.9637572 0.2982639
Willington 1086 100 1 mill Hugh of Beauchamp Payments: mill, 100 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.8534194 -1.56489 52.8534194 -1.56489
Winkton 1086 450 2 mills Waleran the hunter Geld: the King has 1.125 hides and all the woodland of this manor in his Forest; he gave another 0.125 hide to a priest. Values: 110s in the Forest, assumed to be lost to manor. Mills: 2 for the hall. Payments: 450 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 50.76411 -1.771998 50.76411 -1.771998
Wisbech 1086 3500 uncertain William of Warenne 5 s. Payments: 3500 eels and 5s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.66632 0.158797 52.66632 0.158797
Wisbech 1086 5260 8 fishermen Abbey of Ramsey Payments: 8 fishermen, 5260 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.66632 0.158797 52.448333 -0.100833
Wisbech 1086 14000 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: 14000 eels; presentations, 13s 4d. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.66632 0.158797 52.398802 0.263779
Wisbech 1086 1500 uncertain Abbey of Ely Payments: fisheries, 1500 eels. Satellite: IE 18 cottagers; IE Brev. 18 smallholders; 12 from presentations of fishery from IE. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.66632 0.158797 52.3995 0.263779
Wisbech 1086 5000 1 fisherman Abbey of Bury St Edmunds Payments: 1 fisherman, 5000 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.66632 0.158797 52.242923 0.7104932
Wisbech Manors 1086 4000 3 fishermen The Abbot of Crowland In 1086 Wisbech was held by the abbot, and rated at 10 hides, of which 1 hide and 1 virgate with 2 ploughs were in demesne. It was by no means one of the wealthiest of the Ely manors, its value (£6 T.R.E., 100s. in 1086) being below that of Ely itself and of more than half of the manors in the two hundreds of Ely. The fisheries were important. One belonged to the manor. It rendered 1,500 eels, and two fishermen in the vill paid the abbot 13s. 4d. and 14,000 eels. Another fisherman produced 5,000 eels for the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 8 fishermen rendered 5,260 eels to the Abbot of Ramsey, 3 rendered 4,000 to the Abbot of Crowland and 6 rendered 3,500 and 5s. to William de Warenne.  Doomsday T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Wisbech: Manors', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 243-245. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp243-245 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.66 0.1587 52.67638 -0.16521
Wixford 1086 500 uncertain Abbey of Evesham Payments: 20 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.186432 -1.867932 52.09215 -1.94677
Wooburn 1086 300 1 fishery Bishop of Lincoln Payments: fishery, 300 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.58134 -0.69277 53.230688 -0.540579
Wootton [Wawen] 1086 200 2 mills Robert of Stafford 11 s. Payments: 2 mills, 11s and 8 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.26732 -1.78342 52.26732 -1.78342
Wormley 1086 50 .5 weir Count Alan Payments: 1/2 weir, 50 eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.732136 -0.023451 51.732136 -0.023451
Wye 1086 300 1 fisherman Abbey of Battle 2 s. Values: when received at 20 pence to the ora; if abbot had full jurisdictions, value would be another £20. Payments: dues, 6d; Adelulf, 12d; Hugh de Montfort, 300 eels and 2s. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.181903 0.937883 50.9174 0.48368
Wyre Piddle 1086 500 1 mill Abbey of Pershore Shared Statistics: 9,1a-1e, geld total (26 hides) recorded here exceeded by particulars (28). Payments: salt-house in Droitwich, 30 measures of salt; mill at Wyre Piddle, 20 sticks of eels. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 52.12529 -2.050522 52.109994 -2.074814
Yalding 1086 1700 fisheries Richard of Tonbridge Payments: fisheries, 1700 eels. Values: now £20 because the land has been despoiled of livestock. Doomsday Palmer Dataset 51.2236 0.430255 51.1995 0.171417
Tapenhall 1095 750 1 mill Worcester Priory kitchen Bishop Wulfstan gave a mill at Tapenhall to the priory of Worcester in the 11th century. The tenant of the mill was obliged to supply the master of the kitchen of the monastery with 30 'stiches' of eels or their equivalent in money, and the miller had to feed the horses which brought meal to be ground at the mill.

Date is based on Bishop Wulfstan’s death in 1095.
'Parishes: Claines', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 300-308. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp300-308 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.229308 -2.201464 52.193636 -2.221575
Ely 1100c 1540 1 fishery Hurley Priory Geoffrey grants to God and to St. Peter the church of Westminster, as also to the church of St. Mary of Hurley— for the salvation of his own soul and that of his wife Leceline ('at whose counsel by the providence of divine grace I began this work'), and for the soul of Athalais his first wife and mother of his children, and for the souls of his heirs and successors…

To these he added a fishery in the isle of Ely that supplied 1,500 dried eels and 40 fat eels; and from the hamlet of Mose (Essex) a supply of 3,000 dried herrings.
Worth noting here the distinction between types of eels.
'Houses of Benedictine monks: The priory of Hurley', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 2, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1907), pp. 73-77. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol2/pp73-77 [accessed 25 July 2017]. 52.398802 0.263779 51.5496 -0.8097
Cranwich 1100c. 1000 1 man Castleacre Priory 2 s. Peter gave to the convent of CastleAcre, founded by the Earl Warren, part of a wood, 2s. per annum in tithes, two solidates and a half of land, and a thousand eels, per annum Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Hundred of Grimeshou: Cranwich', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 222-228. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp222-228 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.5217 0.6244 52.700528 0.683556
Welles 1103 5000 1 fishery Priory of the Virgin Mary and St. Andrew (Horham St. Faith) Bishop Herbert appropriated to the monastery, after their next vacancies, reserving canonical obedience from the clerks that should serve there; the said Roger also gave them the manor of Snarishill, with the advowsons, and Gunner of Ridlesworth with his land, and the land which he held of the Abbot of Ely in Rushworth; —5000 eels paid yearly from Welles, with a fishery there called Roxere or Kawer: Monastic Record Francis Blomefield, 'Priors: Of the priory of the virgin Mary and St. Andrew', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 107-127. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp107-127 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.612299 0.236705 52.686643 1.280674
Elingeya (Hilgay) 1107 2000 Wymondham Abbey The priory of Wimondham was founded in the time of King Henry I. by Will de Albani, … Henry I. King of England, the foundation being completed, confirmed to God, and St. Alban, and the church of St. Mary in Windham, all the gifts of William de Albani, his Butler, with these that he gave, besides what is aforementioned, viz. all his tenants that he held of the Earl Warrenin Windham, 40s. land in Hahilla or Hethill, a marsh in Redham, a rent of 2000 eels a year from Elingeya or Helgay, all wrec from the division on the coast between Eccles and Happisburgh Charter Francis Blomefield, 'Hundred of Forehoe: Windham', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 498-534. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp498-534 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.55839 0.38978 52.57055 1.108333
Stuntney 1109 23000 uncertain Abbey of Ely The division of the monastic estates between the see and the convent [1109] inevitably led to complaints. The monks' share included six manors within the Isle, another six in the county of Cambridge, twelve in Suffolk, with the jurisdiction over the five and a half hundreds; from Stuntney they were to receive yearly 23,000 eels and from Dunwich 30,000 herrings… Doomsday 'Houses of Benedictine monks: Abbey and cathedral priory of Ely', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 2, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1948), pp. 199-210. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol2/pp199-210 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 52.3804 0.28409 52.398802 0.263779
Alexander Blundel 1110 200 1 fisherman Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529 Location uncertain. GIS location based on Abingdon.
Ascelin 1110 500 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529 uncertain where Ascelin is. GIS location for Abingdon
Culham 1110 500 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.652096 -1.270273 51.67078 -1.2879529
Harrowdown 1110 200 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.691339 -1.437603 51.67078 -1.2879529 Likely what is now Harrowdown Hill, in the parish of Longworth. GIS location is for Longworth.
Swinford 1110 425 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.773333 -1.356944 51.67078 -1.2879529
Thrupp 1110 175 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.670464 -1.250682 51.67078 -1.2879529 Not the same Thrupp as in Doomsday; this one is just E. of Abingdon
Whistley 1110 600 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon 214 b.  Total sticks of eels
From Culham, 20 sticks.  From Ascelin, 12 sticks.  From Thrupp, 7 sticks.  From Alexander Blundel, 8.  From Swinford, 17 sticks.  From Whistley, 24 sticks.  From Harrowdown, 8 sticks.
Monastery Records Hudson, John, ed. Historia Ecclesie Abbendonensis: The History of the Church of Abingdon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002. (338) 51.462186 -0.860399 51.67078 -1.2879529
Helgey (Hilgay) 1110c 1 Norwich Priory Herbert, the founder, first appointed a prior and monks here, in room of secular priests, which had always hitherto attended the Bishops as their chapter; and settled the following revenues, which heretofore belonged to the see, for their maintenance, and got them confirmed by the Pope, King, and Archbishop, viz…the Bishop's house at Helgey, and the marsh and eel-rents which belonged to it Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'City of Norwich, chapter 44: Of the revenues and liberties of the Prior and convent and the Dean and Chapter', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 4, the History of the City and County of Norwich, Part II (London, 1806), pp. 556-570. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol4/pp556-570 [accessed 30 August 2017]. 52.559546 0.389496 52.629208 1.299477
Welles 1118 1 uncertain St. Mary de Prato of Leicester (Leicester Abbey) A gift to the abbey at Nuneaton holds back the eel-rent from Welles because it had been previously granted to Leicester Abbey. Numbers are presently uncertain. Charter of Robert earl of Leicester notifying his gift, to the abbey (abbatie) and convent of the order of Fontevrault that he has founded at Nun Eaton (Eatona), of Eaton itself, with its appurtenances, as he held it on the day king Henry was quick and dead, except the land which the canons of St. Mary de Prato of Leicester hold in Stoccingford, and the nuns of Casa Dei in Atteleberga and Eaton. Moreover he gives the said abbey, in Kevetebiria, land which paid him 25l. rent, and in Welles all his holding and rents there, in lands, fisheries, and everything except the tithe of eels which his father Robert count of Meulan gave the church of St. Mary de Prato of Leicester. Charter 'Anjou: Part 1', in Calendar of Documents Preserved in France 918-1206, ed. J Horace Round (London, 1899), pp. 372-394. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/france/918-1206/pp372-394 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.612299 0.236705 52.648948 -1.13687
Warmington 1125 500 1 mill Abbot of Peterborough 60 s. The manor proper, that held in demesne by the abbots, remained undisturbed till the Dissolution. Warmington, with its churches and mills, was confirmed to the abbey by Eugenius III in 1146 and by Richard I in 1189, as well as by later kings. Its condition about 1125 is described in detail in the Liber Niger, as follows: 

Also a mill with one yard (virga) of land and 6 acres, rendering 60s. and 500 eels.
Calendar of Treasury Books / Papers 'Parishes: Warmington', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 113-122. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp113-122 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.507863 -0.410768 52.5725 -0.238889
Oundle 1125c 200 1 mill Abbot of Peterborough 20 s. The whole was worth 5s. in 1066, but in 1086 £11. Land in Thurning, Winwick, Luddington and Hemington belonged to this lordship. Some forty years later the abbot held 6 hides in demesne in Oundle. Yet another document of the same date states that there were 4 hides geldable, out of which 25 men held 20 yardlands, and rendered 20s., 40 hens, and 200 eggs. The men of the town had 9 ploughs, and ploughed once a week in autumn for the lord; and other works were done. There were 15 burgesses, who rendered 30s. The market rendered £4 3s., and the mill 40s. and 200 eels. Doomsday 'Parishes: Oundle', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 85-101. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp85-101 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.480841 -0.468752 52.5725 -0.238889
Burneham 1130c 1000 1 man Castleacre Priory The said William Earl Warren gave…1000 eels given by Osmund, the steward, with land in Burneham …

This suggests a pre-existing rent due.
Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred and Half: Castleacre', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8 (London, 1808), pp. 356-377. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol8/pp356-377 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.793481 0.469382 52.700528 0.683556 Coordinates are for Castle Rising as a best proximal guess in the Freebridge Hundred.
Methwold 1130c 2000 uncertain Castleacre Priory William, the 2d Earl Warren and Surrey, confirmed the aforesaid grant, and that of 2 carucates of land in Acre, given by his father, and all the heath land belonging to Wick, and gave also to the priory…Ulmar, the mason, in Acra, with his garden and 15 acres of land, 2000 eels in Meleold (Methwold) for ever, 5s. per ann. in land, a garden, and 24 acres of land, to build their church… Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred and Half: Castleacre', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8 (London, 1808), pp. 356-377. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol8/pp356-377 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.520234 0.476586 52.700528 0.683556
Oteringeheth 1140 1 1 fisherman Castleacre Priory Robert de Frevill and his wife, and others, gave land at Oteringeheth, with eels Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred and Half: Castleacre', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8 (London, 1808), pp. 356-377. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol8/pp356-377 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.793481 0.469382 52.700528 0.683556 Coordinates are for Castle Rising as a best proximal guess in the Freebridge Hundred.
Sopewelle, Stanekefeld, and two Mills in St. Stephens Parish 1140c 1000 4 mills The Cellarar at St. Albans Monastery De quatuor molendinis scilicet Sopwelle Stanekefeld et de duobus de Parco millenarium bonarum anguillarum singulis annis habere debet Cellararius monachorum. Praeterea singulis hebdomadibus anni debet  Recorded during the tenure of Geoffrey, the 16th abbot (1119-1146).

Possible importance of the stress here on “good eels”
Monastery Records Walsingham, Thomas. Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani, a Thoma Walsingham, Regnante Ricardo Secundo, Ejusdem Ecclesiĺ Prĺcentore, Compilata. Edited by Henry Thomas Riley. Vol. I. Rolls Series. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1869. (75) 51.735 -0.36 51.750556 -0.342222 4 mills around St. Albans, including 2 in St. Stephens's Parish, which is the source for the coordinates.
Harvington 1143 750 1 mill Worcester Priory 17 s. At the date of the Domesday Survey there was a mill at Harvington which was worth 10s. a year. This mill was granted by David, Prior of Worcester (1143–5), to William Rupe at a yearly rent of 17s. and 30 'stiches' of eels, and in 1212 was the subject of a lawsuit between Thomas Rupe and his wife Joan and Richard and Hugh Sandford and their wives Maud and Olivia Monastery Records 'Parishes: Harvington', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 387-390. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp387-390 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.140282 -1.921041 52.193636 -2.221575
Wells 1159 0 uncertain Nuneaton Abbey Charter of Robert earl of Leicester notifying his gift, to the abbey (abbatie) and convent of the order of Fontevrault that he has founded at Nun Eaton (Eatona), of Eaton itself, with its appurtenances, as he held it on the day king Henry was quick and dead, except the land which the canons of St. Mary de Prato of Leicester hold in Stoccingford, and the nuns of Casa Dei in Atteleberga and Eaton. Moreover he gives the said abbey, in Kevetebiria, land which paid him 25l. rent, and in Welles all his holding and rents there, in lands, fisheries, and everything except the tithe of eels, which his father Robert count of Meulan gave the church of St. Mary de Prato of Leicester. 'Anjou: Part 1', in Calendar of Documents Preserved in France 918-1206, ed. J Horace Round (London, 1899), pp. 372-394. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/france/918-1206/pp372-394 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.612299 -0.236705 52.523 -1.4683
Chatteris 1169 500 2 fisheries The Bishop of Ely Nigellus Dei gratia Eliensis episcopus ornnibus hominibus de honore sancte Etheldrede salutem. Universitati vestre notum facimus nos concessisse Deo et ecclesie sancte Marie de Chatriz et monialibus ibidcm Deo servientibus, in piscaria de Polwer', que solet reddere triginta sticcas anguillarum, viginti sticcas in excambio pro decem sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Egeswera de octava nocte, et pro quinque sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Segwere in Westfen et pro quinque sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Northtdelf. Et decem sticcas que supersunt de Pow' damus et concedimus et presenti carta nostra confirmamus prefate ecclesie in liberam et perpetuam elemosinam. Volumus ergo et firmiter precipimus ut prenominata ecclesia et moniales prefatam piscariam cum omnibus pertinentiis et libertatibus suis libere, quiete et honorifice, sicut nos illam unquama melius et liberius tenuimus, habeant et tenendo possideant. T(estibus), etc. Monastery Records Breay, Claire, ed. The Cartulary of Chatteris Abbey. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 1999. (206) 52.4561 0.054 52.3988 0.2638
Polwere 1169 750 2 fisheries Chatteris Abbey Nigellus Dei gratia Eliensis episcopus ornnibus hominibus de honore sancte Etheldrede salutem. Universitati vestre notum facimus nos concessisse Deo et ecclesie sancte Marie de Chatriz et monialibus ibidcm Deo servientibus, in piscaria de Polwer', que solet reddere triginta sticcas anguillarum, viginti sticcas in excambio pro decem sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Egeswera de octava nocte, et pro quinque sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Segwere in Westfen et pro quinque sticcis quas solebant habere de piscaria de Northtdelf. Et decem sticcas que supersunt de Pow' damus et concedimus et presenti carta nostra confirmamus prefate ecclesie in liberam et perpetuam elemosinam. Volumus ergo et firmiter precipimus ut prenominata ecclesia et moniales prefatam piscariam cum omnibus pertinentiis et libertatibus suis libere, quiete et honorifice, sicut nos illam unquama melius et liberius tenuimus, habeant et tenendo possideant. T(estibus), etc. Monastery Records Breay, Claire, ed. The Cartulary of Chatteris Abbey. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 1999. (206) 52.495 0.061 52.4561 0.054 Polwere's location is in doubt.  The editors of the English Episcopal Acta 31, Ely 1109-1197 suggest Doddington, by virtue of its proximity in the text of the abbey's records.
Hengestewere 1170c. 750 1 fishery Church of St. Athewin at Athelynganye Grant by Gilbert de Helleworthy to God and the
church of S. Athelwin at Athelynganye, for the safety of the
souls of King Henry, son of the Empress Matilda, and King
Henry senior his grandfather, and King Henry III, that now is,
and for the relief of my soul and my parents, of three fisheries
in the water which is called Tian, which are called by these
names Estwere, Merewere, and the third which Ianswine held
with all their belongings on the land and in the water. And
in additon 30 sticks of eels from the fishery which is called
Hcngestewere; saving the right of tithe of the mother church
of North Cory, and all the rights of the King. Witnesses:
Thomas the archdeacon, Stephen the prior of Taunton.
Charter Harbin, Edward, ed. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. Translated by Edward Harbin. London: Harrison and Sons, 1899. (167) 51.0593 -2.9346 51.0593 -2.9346 Destination coordinates are for Athelney Abbey.  Source is uncertain -- Hengestewere is on the Tone in Somerset, and probably, given the sources' proximity in the text, near North Curry.
Burghfield 1175 50 1 mill the manor at Burfield 13 s. Thomas Burghfield, who was living in the reign of Henry II, granted it to Nicholas son of Sexus for a yearly rent of 13s. and two sticks of eels. William the miller of Burghfield and son of Nicholas granted the moiety of the mill to the abbey of Reading, the same rent being payable to the overlord, and the grant was confirmed by Robert Burghfield. County Records 'Parishes: Burghfield', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 399-404. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp399-404 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 51.411686 -1.04526 51.411686 1.04526
Aylesbury 1179 9 1 man King Henry II staw or grass for the king's bed The reputed manor of OTTERS FEE, or more correctly OTTERERS FEE, originated in the grant made by Henry II to Roger Follus, his otter-hunter, about 1179 of the messuage and 3 virgates in Aylesbury formerly held by Ernisius the Reeve. (fn. 5) It was held by serjeanty, the tenant providing the king with straw for his bed in winter and grass for his 'hospicium' in summer, and with two geese or three eels thrice yearly if the king visited the town Pipe Roll 'The borough of Aylesbury: Manors, churches and charities', in A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1925), pp. 12-19. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/bucks/vol3/pp12-19 [accessed 22 August 2017]. 51.8168 -0.8124 51.8168 -0.8124
Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora 1180c 200 1 man Aboot of the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.735 -1.332 51.67078 -1.2879529
Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora 1180c 400 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.735 -1.332 51.67078 -1.2879529
Alfric of Harrowdown 1180c 200 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.691339 -1.437603 51.67078 -1.2879529
Alfric of Witelea 1180c 750 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529 Witelea here is probably not the Whitely Farm in Warwickshire. GPS coordinates are for Abingdon.
Arnulf 1180c 300 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529
Bachel, Norfolk 1180c 500 1 man (Estmund) Priory of the Virigin Mary and St. Andrews the tithes of Gilbert Fitz-Bernard of Waurelona, and 3000 eels paid by Henry de Rye, in Tinswera;—the mill at Deopham, and one man and his land;—500 eels paid by Hucha from Scaleslade or Salterslode;—500 eels paid by Estmund, from Bachel;—500 eels paid by Gotland, from the Lode Charter Francis Blomefield, 'Priors: Of the priory of the virgin Mary and St. Andrew', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 107-127. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp107-127 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.673 0.9532 52.686643 1.280674 Bachel doesn't seem to exist anymore.
Godric of Eockaford 1180c 100 1 man Kitchen at the Abbot of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529 GPS coordinates are for Abingdon.
Haskillus (of Swinford) 1180c 150 1 man Kitchen of the Abbot of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.773333 -1.356944 51.67078 -1.2879529
Leofric Cuceafoc 1180c 250 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.67078 -1.2879529 51.67078 -1.2879529
Panewrdaor Panworth 1180c 100 1 man Priory of the Virigin Mary and St. Andrews 4 sticks Charter 52.602691 0.78125 52.686643 1.280674
Salterslode 1180c 500 1 man (Hucha) Priory of the Virigin Mary and St. Andrews the tithes of Gilbert Fitz-Bernard of Waurelona, and 3000 eels paid by Henry de Rye, in Tinswera;—the mill at Deopham, and one man and his land;—500 eels paid by Hucha from Scaleslade or Salterslode;—500 eels paid by Estmund, from Bachel;—500 eels paid by Gotland, from the Lode Charter Francis Blomefield, 'Priors: Of the priory of the virgin Mary and St. Andrew', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 107-127. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp107-127 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.589633 0.337676 52.686643 1.280674
Saricus of Swinford 1180c 325 1 man Kitchen of the Abbot of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.773333 -1.356944 51.67078 -1.2879529
The Lode 1180c 500 1 man (Gotland) Priory of the Virigin Mary and St. Andrews the tithes of Gilbert Fitz-Bernard of Waurelona, and 3000 eels paid by Henry de Rye, in Tinswera;—the mill at Deopham, and one man and his land;—500 eels paid by Hucha from Scaleslade or Salterslode;—500 eels paid by Estmund, from Bachel;—500 eels paid by Gotland, from the Lode Charter Francis Blomefield, 'Priors: Of the priory of the virgin Mary and St. Andrew', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 107-127. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp107-127 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.24 0.24 52.686643 1.280674
Thrupp 1180c 175 1 man Kitchen of the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.670464 -1.250682 51.67078 -1.2879529 Not the same Thrupp as in Doomsday; this one is just E. of Abingdon
Tinswera 1180c 3000 1 man (Henry de Rye) Priory of the Virigin Mary and St. Andrews King Henry II. when he was at Thetford, was entertained in this monastery, and at the request of Hugh Bigot, confirmed all the aforesaid gifts, and these following ones: viz.

the tithes of Gilbert Fitz-Bernard of Waurelona, and 3000 eels paid by Henry de Rye, in Tinswera;
Charter Francis Blomefield, 'Priors: Of the priory of the virgin Mary and St. Andrew', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2 (London, 1805), pp. 107-127. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol2/pp107-127 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.673 0.9532 52.686643 1.280674 Tinswera doesn't seem to exist anymore.
Turkillus of Culham 1180c 500 1 man Kitchen at the Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.652096 -1.270273 51.67078 -1.2879529
Whistley 1180c 400 uncertain Abbey of Abingdon In capite ieiunii redduntur istae anguillae. Alfricus de Witelea xxx sticas. Alfricus de Herewaldinduna viii. Turkillus de Culeham xx. Arnulfus xii. Leofricus Cuceafoc x. Adelwinus Quire de Cumenora xvi et abbati viii. De Tropo vii De Wisselea xvi. Ad coquinam abbatis De Swinford Saricus xiiii. Haskillus vi. Godricus de Eockaford iiii.

The date is an estimation, taken from “The Historical Gazateer of England’s Place Names” which dates this usage of the name “Herewaldinduna” to c. 1180
http://placenames.org.uk/index.php/browse/mads/epns-deep-50-c-mappedname-001294
Monastery Records Stevenson, Joseph, ed. Chronicon monasterii de Abingdon. Rolls Series. London: Longman, Green and Company, 1858. 323-325 51.462186 -0.860399 51.67078 -1.2879529
Morcock Eswere 1181 5000 1 fishery Geoffrey de Wandestre Charter of King Henry II, to Geoffrey de Wandestre. Henry D. G., &c., to all &c., greeting. Know ye that I have conceded and given and by this charter confirmed to Geoffrey de Wandestre seven librates of land in my manor of North-Cory, in exchange for his land at Witham and Wandstre, which I have given to the brothers of the Charterhouse, to be held of Henry de Newmarch, and his heirs by that service by which he held his said land at Whiteham and Wandestre; viz. …And in the fishery of Morcock Eswere yearly 5,000 eels; and in the fishery of Stathewere 1,000 eels; and he shall have these 6,000 eels for 20s. Charter Harbin, Edward, ed. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. Translated by Edward Harbin. London: Harrison and Sons, 1899. (164-165) 51.0248 -2.9638 51.0248 -2.9638 in Somerset.    The cordinates are for North Curry
Stathewere 1181 1000 1 fishery Geoffrey de Wandestre Charter of King Henry II, to Geoffrey de Wandestre. Henry D. G., &c., to all &c., greeting. Know ye that I have conceded and given and by this charter confirmed to Geoffrey de Wandestre seven librates of land in my manor of North-Cory, in exchange for his land at Witham and Wandstre, which I have given to the brothers of the Charterhouse, to be held of Henry de Newmarch, and his heirs by that service by which he held his said land at Whiteham and Wandestre; viz. …And in the fishery of Morcock Eswere yearly 5,000 eels; and in the fishery of Stathewere 1,000 eels; and he shall have these 6,000 eels for 20s. Charter Harbin, Edward, ed. Two Cartularies of the Benedictine Abbeys of Muchelney and Athelney in the County of Somerset. Translated by Edward Harbin. London: Harrison and Sons, 1899. (164-165) 51.0248 -2.9638 51.0248 -2.9638 in Somerset.  The cordinates are for North Curry
Potlocks 1185 50 1 fishery Burton Abbey S.H.C. 1937, 231; ibid. 1937, pp. lxi-lxii. The tenant owed all the tithe of Potlocks under the terms of a lease from Abbot Geoffrey (wrongly dated ibid. p. lx as before 1113: Geoffrey was abbot 1114-50); the '50 large and good eels of Trent' also due from the tenant may have represented a tithe of the fishery of Potlocks. Monastery Records G C Baugh, W L Cowie, J C Dickinson, Duggan A P, A K B Evans, R H Evans, Una C Hannam, P Heath, D A Johnston, Hilda Johnstone, Ann J Kettle, J L Kirby, R Mansfield and A Saltman, 'Houses of Benedictine monks: The abbey of Burton', in A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 3, ed. M W Greenslade and R B Pugh (London, 1970), pp. 199-213. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/staffs/vol3/pp199-213 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.853888 -1.551367 52.8005 -1.6291
Wermegay 1190c 2000 mills Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds 65 s. Reginald, by Alice, had William de Warren, who paid scutage for this barony in the 31 of HenryII. and in the 14 of Richard I. paid 14l. 5s. to the King's redemption. In the Register of Bury abbey is an agreement between this William, and Sampson, then abbot, who claimed 65s. rent, and 2000 eels, for the mills between Wermegay and Westbrigg, the gift of William's ancestors

Date is an estimation, based on the life of William de Warren and the tenure of Abbot Sampson.  I have guessed early, rather than late, in the time window available.
Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Clackclose Hundred and Half: Wermegay', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7 (London, 1807), pp. 493-502. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol7/pp493-502 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.685859 0.460925 52.242923 0.7104932
Ramsey Monastery 1194 1000 n/a Hemingford Grey pair of scarlet hose, 2 lb. of pepper, 2 lb. of ginger, and allowed common rights in the abbey wood. Part of the causeway over the low-lying land leading to St. Ives Bridge was in the manor of Hemingford Grey, and reference to it is found at an early date. We find that the abbots of Ramsey paid yearly for its use a pair of scarlet hose, 2 lb. of pepper, 2 lb. of ginger, 1,000 eels and allowed common rights in the abbey wood. In 1238 Alice, widow of Ralph Turberville, agreed to alter this rent to 40 cartloads of underwood from the wood of St. Ives, 1,000 eels and half a mark and a further payment for her life of 20 cartloads of wood. County Records 'Parishes: Hemingford Grey', in A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 2, ed. William Page, Granville Proby and S Inskip Ladds (London, 1932), pp. 309-314. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hunts/vol2/pp309-314 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.448333 -0.100833 52.319157 -0.109413
Burghfield 1200c 50 1 mill Reading Abbey 13 s. Thomas Burghfield, who was living in the reign of Henry II, granted it to Nicholas son of Sexus for a yearly rent of 13s. and two sticks of eels. William the miller of Burghfield and son of Nicholas granted the moiety of the mill to the abbey of Reading, the same rent being payable to the overlord, and the grant was confirmed by Robert Burghfield. County Records 'Parishes: Burghfield', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 399-404. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp399-404 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 51.411686 -1.04526 51.456347 -0.965086
Polwere 1200c 1000 2 fisheries Chatteris Abbey 2 s. Concessio abbatisse de quadram piscaria tocata Polwere.

Not sit tam presentibus quad futuris quod ego Albreda Dei gracias abbatissa de Chatriz et touts convents eiusdem loci mediums et concessimus Willelmo filio Hugonis prepositi de Dudyngtone piscaturam quamdam, scilicet Polwere, et total aquas que est inter Polwere et Echinwere et cum omnibus prefatis piscaturis pertinentibus, illi et heredibus suis tenders de nobis libere quiete et hereditaria pro omni sercivio, reddened annuatim quadriginta stikkas anguillaru, in prim de lune quadagesime et duos solids sterlingorum reddens at iii terminus, silicate ad Pascha vj denarios, ad Assumptionem beate Marie cj denarius, ad Natale vj denarius et ad Pentecoseten’ vj denarius, vel ad unumquemque istorumy terminorum unum present s[e]x denariorum.
Monastery Records Breay, Claire, ed. The Cartulary of Chatteris Abbey. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 1999. (289-280) 52.495 0.061 52.4561 0.054 Polwere's location is in doubt.  The editors of the English Episcopal Acta 31, Ely 1109-1197 suggest Doddington, by virtue of its proximity in the text of the abbey's records.
Welles 1200c 250 2 fisheries Chatteris Abbey Carta Roberti de Insual de piscaria ut supra,

…et pretenda totem feodum cum omnibus pertinenciis suis quod Baldewynus filius Augustini tenuti de me in villa de Welles per redditi decime stikkorum anguillarum…
Monastery Records Breay, Claire, ed. The Cartulary of Chatteris Abbey. Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 1999. (205) 52.6123 0.2367 52.4561 0.054
Winwick 1203 25 n/a see notes The jurors say that Geoffrey Cardun has levied new customs other than he ought and other than have been usual, to wit, in taking from every cart crossing his land at Winwick with eels, one stick of eels, Record of a Court Case Maitland, F.W., ed. Select Pleas of the Crown: Volume 1--A.D. 1200-1225. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1888.  Fordham University Medieval Sourcebooks, http://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/seth/pleas-northamptoneyre.asp [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.41 -0.38 -0.38 52.41
Cropthorne 1204 750 1 mill Prior of Worchester 25s. In 1086 there was a mill at Cropthorne which paid 10s. and 20 'stiches' of eels yearly….In 1240 the Prior of Worcester owned a mill there, which paid 35s. and 30 'stiches' of eels yearly, and he had two other mills. Doomsday 'Parishes: Cropthorne', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 322-329. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp322-329 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.101679 -2.003323 52.188889 -2.220833
Formby 1205 1 1 mill Henry de Lea Between 1205 and 1211 Henry de Lea granted licence to William Blundell of Ince to erect a mill on the Raven Meols side of the Alt, with the right to take eels at the sluice; the mill was given to the monks of Whalley, who in 1329 agreed with Sir Richard de Hoghton and his wife Sibyl to pay a rent of a gilt spur, or 4d., and reserve the eel fishery to the lord of Raven Meols. City / Town Records 'Townships: Formby', in A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, ed. William Farrer and J Brownbill (London, 1907), pp. 45-52. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/lancs/vol3/pp45-52 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 53.558271 -3.068743 53.558271 -3.068743
Downton 1208 675 uncertain The Bishop of Winchester The same render account of 273 chickens, 27 sticae of eels, 4 suckling pigs, freed for the expenses of the lord king and bishop. Pipe Roll From: Hubert Hall, ed., The Pipe Roll of the Bishopric of Winchester, 1208-09, (London: P. S. King & Son, 1903), pp. 20-23, reprinted in Roy C. Cave & Herbert H. Coulson, A Source Book for Medieval Economic History, (New York: The Bruce Publishing Co., 1936; reprint ed., New York: Biblo & Tannen, 1965), pp. 62-68. 50.993 -1.743 51.05977 -1.310142
Wincester 1210 2575 5 The Bishop of Wincester Pipe Roll Holt, Neville Richard. The Pipe Roll of the Bishopric of Winchester, 1210-1211. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1964. (30, 37, 38, 165, 179) 51.0606 -1.3131 51.0606 -1.3131 coordinates are for Wincester Cathedral
Welles 1220 60000 20 fishermen Ramsey Monastery Two extents of the manor, made about the time that the market was first granted, are preserved. The earlier, made by order of Abbot Eudo (1200–2), records a small demesne, consisting of land, formerly held by Seman, whereon the new hall of the abbot had been built. The annual tribute of eels had risen slightly above the 60,000 ordained by Aylwin, and many tenants of land and messuages, as well as of fisheries, paid their rent in this form. A few years later (1206–7) a new scale of rents was drawn up, sticks of eels were reckoned by the old and the new count… Monastery Records T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Wisbech Hundred: Outwell and Upwell', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 206-219. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp206-219 [accessed 28 July 2017].  ;   Kirk, R.E.G., Ponsony Annesley Lyons, and W.H. Hart, eds. Cartularium Monasterii de Rameseia. Vol. 2. 3 vols. Wiesbaden: Kraus Reprint, 1965. (72, with detail at 318-319, 376) 52.612299 0.236705 52.448333 -0.100833
Littleport Manor 1221 26500 12 fisheries Bishop of Ely The survey of Bishop de Fontibus (1221) shows a demesne of 277_ acres arable and 29_ meadow, 29 customary tenants with holdings ranging from 18 to 5 acres, 15 cottars without land, and 12 fisheries rendering 26,500 eels. Doomsday T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Ely Hundred: Littleport', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 95-102. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp95-102 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.458 0.305 52.398802 0.263779
Downham 1222 875 1 fishery Abbot of Ely 7 s. The fisheries were increasing in size and value. In 1222 there had been one, rendering 7s. yearly and 35 sticks of eels; in 1251 there were two, Downhamhythe and Manea, rendering 12s. Charter T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Ely Hundred: Downham', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 90-95. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp90-95 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.433 0.233 52.398802 0.263779 This is almost certainly not the Downham in Lancastershire, but is rather the village of Little Downham in Cambridgeshire
Burghfield 1225c 50 1 mill Reading Abbey 13 s. Thomas Burghfield, who was living in the reign of Henry II, granted it to Nicholas son of Sexus for a yearly rent of 13s. and two sticks of eels. William the miller of Burghfield and son of Nicholas granted the moiety of the mill to the abbey of Reading, the same rent being payable to the overlord, and the grant was confirmed by Robert Burghfield. County Records 'Parishes: Burghfield', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 399-404. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp399-404 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 51.411686 -1.04526 51.456347 -0.965086
Welles 1227 4000 1 fishery Peterborough Monastery Grant to St Mary St Peter and the monastery of Peterborough and abbot and convent thereof of the following lands which they hold:… … in Welles four thousands of eels from a fishery; Charter Office, Great Britain Public Record, Sir H. C. Maxwell Lyte, and Alfred Edward Stamp. Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Henry III. 1226-1257. H.M. Stationery Office, 1908. (19) 52.612299 0.236705 52.5725 -0.238889
Wolvey 1230 1 1 mill Ivo de Dene Ivo de Dene was a great benefactor to Combe; in 1230 he granted 56 acres and a mill in return for a life tenancy of 1 virgate formerly held by Robert son of John and Robert of the Cross, and subject to the right of him and his heirs to take half the eels and fish caught in the stake-nets (hayas) allowed to be put across the mill-pond by the monks. 'Parishes: Wolvey', in A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 6, Knightlow Hundred, ed. L F Salzman (London, 1951), pp. 281-287. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/warks/vol6/pp281-287 [accessed 23 August 2017]. 52.486614 -1.369299 52.486614 -1.369299
Cleeve Prior 1233 1000 1 mill Worcester Priory 3 marks During the early part of the 13th century the rent was paid partly in money, and the amount, probably up to 1233, was 3 marks and 40 'stiches' of eels yearly; this was finally altered in the lease of 1237 to a payment of 1 mark quarterly.  Monastery Records 'Parishes: Cleeve Prior', in A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3 (London, 1913), pp. 308-312. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/worcs/vol3/pp308-312 [accessed 11 August 2017]. 52.140303 -1.872127 52.193636 -2.221575
Woodstock 1235 1 Godstow Nunnery THE sentence of this charter is that kyng1 henry by the grace of god kyng of Englond & cetera willed to be know to Archebisshoppis & cetera that he yafi & cetera to god & cetera and to the holy mynchons of Godestowe …Also and the tythes of Elys of his stewys of Wodestoq also ofte He graunted as the valson of elys happened of the same his stewy NB: valson here means the descent of the eels to the sea, so charter is likely for full-sized eels. Charter Godstow Nunnery, The English Register of Godstow Nunnery, Near Oxford: Written about 1450 (Early English Text Society, 1906), 671-672. 51.847267 -1.3541 51.78 -1.299
Well 1237 375 West-Derham Abbey Jeffrey Platt gave 100 acres of marsh.—William Curteis of Well, in 1237, bequeaths his body to be buried here, and 15 sticks of eels yearly to the convent. Francis Blomefield, 'Clackclose Hundred and Half: West-Derham', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7 (London, 1807), pp. 321-338. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol7/pp321-338 [accessed 11 August 2017]. 52.95006 0.828781 52.5781 0.4503 This is a guess. The closest Well is Well-by-the-Sea
Ramsey Monastery 1238 1000 Hemingford Grey 40 cartloads of underwood from the wood of St. Ives, and half a mark and a further payment for her life of 20 cartloads of wood. Part of the causeway over the low-lying land leading to St. Ives Bridge was in the manor of Hemingford Grey, and reference to it is found at an early date. We find that the abbots of Ramsey paid yearly for its use a pair of scarlet hose, 2 lb. of pepper, 2 lb. of ginger, 1,000 eels and allowed common rights in the abbey wood. In 1238 Alice, widow of Ralph Turberville, agreed to alter this rent to 40 cartloads of underwood from the wood of St. Ives, 1,000 eels and half a mark and a further payment for her life of 20 cartloads of wood. Monastery Records 'Parishes: Hemingford Grey', in A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 2, ed. William Page, Granville Proby and S Inskip Ladds (London, 1932), pp. 309-314. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hunts/vol2/pp309-314 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.448333 -0.100833 52.319157 -0.109413
Bramwich and Brainthund[des] 1240c 50 1 Matilda Bigot, Countess of Warenne Grant by [Ada]m de Reinevill to Matilda Bigote, Countess of Warenne, of the homage and service of Agnes, daughter of Jordan de la Felde (i.e., 5 solidates of rent per annum), Richard son of Elyas, Humfrey, son of Robert Palmer, William, son of Robert Palmer (i.e., 2 solidates of rent and two sticks of eels per annum), William de Marisco and Constance de Reinevill, for tenements they held of him in Bramwich and Brainthund[des], the services (which are all expressed in solidates and denariates) being due at Whitsunday and the feast of St. Martin, and the eels at Mid-Lent 'Deeds: A.301 - A.400', in A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 1, ed. H C Maxwell Lyte (London, 1890), pp. 33-47. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/ancient-deeds/vol1/pp33-47 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 53.52282 -1.128462 53.5228 -1.1285 This is a guess, on the Don in the middle of Yorkshire
Formby 1241 1 1 mill Cockersand Abbey Between 1205 and 1211 Henry de Lea granted licence to William Blundell of Ince to erect a mill on the Raven Meols side of the Alt, with the right to take eels at the sluice; the mill was given to the monks of Whalley, who in 1329 agreed with Sir Richard de Hoghton and his wife Sibyl to pay a rent of a gilt spur, or 4d., and reserve the eel fishery to the lord of Raven Meols. Whalley Coucher (Chet. Soc), ii, 497, 495, 515. William Blundell had already given a tithe of the multure of this mill to Cockersand Abbey; Chartul. ii, 568.

SCIANT etc. quod ego Willelmus Blundel dedi etc. totam 3 decimacionem moturae molendini mei super Alth in puram et perpetuam etc libere et quiete ab omni seculari servicio et exactione pro salute animae meae etc Cum warantia et testibus (1241)
Monastery Records 'Townships: Formby', in A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, ed. William Farrer and J Brownbill (London, 1907), pp. 45-52. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/lancs/vol3/pp45-52 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 53.558271 -3.068743 53.977 -2.875
Chesterton 1250c 1000 uncertain The vicarage at Chesterton (Cambridge) In 1219 the vicarage was endowed with the altarage, 2 a. of arable, and rent. (fn. 18) That endowment proved insufficient, and, probably in the mid 13th century, a composition assigned to the vicar 18 a. of arable to be held of the rectory manor; the offerings, save for harvest sheaves, and mortuaries; all the small tithes, even from the rectory when it was at farm, besides those of hay; 1,000 eels from the fishery in the Cam; and the corn tithe of any closes temporarily in arable cultivation. County Records 'Chesterton: Churches', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 9, Chesterton, Northstowe, and Papworth Hundreds, ed. A P M Wright and C P Lewis (London, 1989), pp. 28-35. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol9/pp28-35 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.218506 0.141444 52.218506 0.141444
Lenchwick 1250c 1000 1 mill The cook of the Abbey of Evesham Sale by Roger do Lenchwike, son of David de Lenchwike, to Roger de Persore, for 20 marks, of the mills of Lenchwike and of lands belonging to them, lying in Werfurlong, Mulfurlong abutting on 'le Muleweye', opposite the mill and in Collesdene, rendering yearly to the cook of Evesham 25s. and forty sticks (sticas) of eels, or if so many were not taken, 1_d. for each stick Deed 'Deeds: B.1901 - B.2000', in A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2, ed. H C Maxwell Lyte (London, 1894), pp. 242-253. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/ancient-deeds/vol2/pp242-253 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 52.124345 -1.952152 52.09215 -1.94677
Ely 1251 14500 uncertain Bishop of Ely 56 s. 4 d. The Survey of 1251 begins with the manorial demesne land: much arable land and pasture had been won from the waste since 1086. … The seignorial stock at this date consisted of 500 sheep, 20 cows and 2 bulls, 100 pigs and 2 boars. The lord enjoyed fold of sheep of villein and even cottar tenants. There were 2 windmills, let at farm: all rentpaying, customary tenants and cottars owed suit of mill. For fishing rights in 4 of the extensive stretches of mere and weir eel-renders had been commuted, and partially so in the fifth. The total fishing rental amounted to 56s. 4d. in money and 14,500 eels per annum. T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'City of Ely: The middle ages', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 33-40. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp33-40 [accessed 30 August 2017]. 52.398802 0.263779 52.398802 0.263779
Ely (Bishop of Ely) 1251 345 Oky, son of John, and the holders of 68 other messuages in Tydd St. Giles, 5 eels per day of work There were in 1251 94 separate customary tenants, holding 69 messuages…Of the customary tenants, Oky son of John held a messuage and found a hen at Christmas and 10 eggs at Easter. He would plough with 5 oxen 2 days in winter and 2 days in Lent. He would go for seed to the lord's granary in Tydd St. Giles, would sow and harrow what he had ploughed, and would hoe for one day, receiving the lord's food…For every day that he mowed he should have 2 loaves, 4 herrings or 5 eels, or _d. worth of cheese. The other messuages were held on similar terms.

This comes to 345 eels per day, for however many days the ploughing took.
County Records T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Wisbech Hundred: Tydd St. Giles', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 224-232. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp224-232 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 52.398802 0.263779 52.718823 0.067419
Littleport Manor 1251 38000 multiple, divided Bishop of Ely the rents due in 1251 amounted to £3 4s. 7d., besides 40s. from the roseria or rush ground of Rack Fen. The fisheries were now called upon to produce 36,000 eels, besides 2,000 'bedrepeeles' from 'Mudyke' and 'Burewere'.
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bedrepeeles:  eels paid in lieu of bedripe (a day’s owed reaping service).

See: https://books.google.com/books?id=JAD6Zj4G6qIC&pg=PA688&lpg=PA688&dq=bedrepeeles&source=bl&ots=-_DI6cIM1-&sig=THM_l4iypfg-U6GG4CjvMuyrezM&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjI0KD3qcjVAhVq54MKHXOfATgQ6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=bedrepeeles&f=false
Doomsday T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Ely Hundred: Littleport', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 95-102. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp95-102 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.458 0.305 52.398802 0.263779
Willingham 1251 5000 6 fisheries Bishop of Ely 48 s. Queenholm marsh, which formerly belonged to Haddenham, was now reckoned part of Willingham on the Cambridgeshire side. The demesne was stocked with 30 cows and 2 bulls, 60 pigs and 2 boars, and 240 sheep. There was a windmill, let at 100s., and 6 fisheries producing 48s. and 5,000 sticks of eels.  County Records T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'South Witchford Hundred: Haddenham', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 140-149. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp140-149 [accessed 17 August 2017]. 52.32 0.07 52.398802 0.263779
Canterbury 1256 King Henry III at Woodstock swans, peacocks and cranes Vicecomiti Cauntebr' et Huntendon' 1. cign', xx. pavon', viij. grues (sic); et quod provideat regi de anguillis in balliva sua secundum quod Rogerus de Lardario, serviens regis, providerit et ei iniunxerit ex parte regis, et anguillas ilia (sic) venire faciat usque Wodest', ita etc., ut supra, liberandas custodibus lardarii regis. Et custum etc. rex faciet ei allocari. Teste. Close Roll Office, Great Britain Public Record, Sir H. C. Maxwell Lyte, and Alfred Edward Stamp. Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Henry III. 1226-1257. H.M. Stationery Office, 1908. (432-433) 51.2802 1.0789 51.8473 -1.3541
Feckam (Fetcham) 1256 1 1 King Henry III at Woodstock De bremiis et anguillis mittendis ad regem. — Mandatum est Sampsoni de Bremmesgrave, ballivo regis de Fekham, quod bremas et anguillas, quas Walters le Avener capi faciet apud Fekham ad opus regis et ei per preceptum regis liberabit, poni faciat in pane per visum et testimonium eiusdem Walteri et eas ad regem usque Wodestok cariara faciat, liberadas custodi salsarie regis. Custum etc. rex faciet ei allocari. Teste. Close Roll Office, Great Britain Public Record, Sir H. C. Maxwell Lyte, and Alfred Edward Stamp. Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: Henry III. 1226-1257. H.M. Stationery Office, 1908. (346) 51.289 -0.34 51.8473 -1.3541
Wilton 1257 400 2 fisheries Blackburgh Priory Emma de Bellofago, or Beaufoe, gave 400 eels yearly out of her fishery at Wilton, for the soul of Isabella Freville, and her own soul, at the beginning of Lent, 9 sticks in the pool called Lodwere, and 7 sticks in her part of Anwere Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Freebridge Hundred: Middleton', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 9 (London, 1808), pp. 20-34. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol9/pp20-34 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.465 0.542 52.698471 0.475943 This is a guess based on similarity of name and proximity to destination. Coordinates are for Hockwold cum Wilton
Swanton-Morley 1266c. 1 1 mill Priory of Norwich It appears from ancient deeds that there was a park in this village, called Bywick park, and that Avelina le Marescal, in her widowhood about the 40th of Henry III. granted the tithes of her mill of Suanetune, and of the eels taken at the mill and pools, to the priory of Norwich, at the request of Will. Ithane de Kyrkeley, then precentor. Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'Launditch Hundred: Swanton-Morley', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 10 (London, 1809), pp. 53-59. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol10/pp53-59 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 52.714271 0.986665 52.629208 1.299477
Earley Regis (Whiteknights Park) 1276 1 1 fishery The Bishop of Hereford In 1276 the Bishop of Hereford, on the ground that he was frequently obliged to come to the court on business and had no convenient lodging at which to stay on his journeys to and from his distant diocese, asked for a grant of the manor during the minority of the heir and this he duly received.

Cal. Close, 1272–9, p. 268; 1302–7, p. 7; Cal. Pat. 1272–81, p. 367. The extent of the manor taken at this date mentions a park of 40 acres, a wood of 12 acres called Gerstunns, a rent of eels from the fishery in the Loddon and a custom (inter alia) called Hedrop (Chan. Inq. Misc. file 34, no. 13).
'Parishes: Sonning with Earley, Woodley and Sandford', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 210-225. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp210-225 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 51.440686 -0.944806 51.440686 -0.944806
Romsey 1280c 300 uncertain The Abbess of Romsey Abbey 57 s. 4 3/4 d., and 200 herring The early history of the manor of SOUTH WELLS (Welles, xiv cent.) is obscure, but it is probably represented by the lands and tenements in Wells next Romsey which were held in the reign of Edward I by Nicholas de Barbeflete of Southampton in socage of the Abbess of Romsey for a rent of 57s. 4_d., 200 herrings, 300 eels, ploughing of 14 acres of land and mowing of 2 acres of meadow.  'Parishes: Romsey Extra and Infra', in A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 4, ed. William Page (London, 1911), pp. 452-469. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hants/vol4/pp452-469 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 50.98893 -1.49658 50.989722 -1.501389
Lowick 1285 1 1 fisherman Thorney Abbey …Robert de Nowers, (fn. 14) who may be the Sir Robert son of Sir Ralph de Nowers who in 1285 granted lands here to Thorney Abbey, reserving to himself 6 'stikkes' of eels yearly. 'Parishes: Lowick', in A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1930), pp. 231-243. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/northants/vol3/pp231-243 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 55.651169 -1.976763 52.6204 -0.1072
Bersewyk (Baswick) 1287 2400 2 men The Collegiate Church of St. John of Beverley Bersewyk paid 1200 eels by W. of Burton for half the lordship, do. (here means “the same”) by Th. of Berswick for the other half Leach, Arthur Francis, ed. Memorials of Beverley Minster: The Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church of S. John of Beverley, A. D. 1286-1347, with Illustrative Documents and Introduction. Edinburgh: Durham [Eng.] Pub. for the Society by Andrews & co., 1903. (313) 53.9187 -0.4622 53.839 -0.4245
Storke 1300c 800 1 fisherman Collegiate Church of St. John of Beverley De heredibus Thome de Storke pro ij mesuagiis cum uno crofto duobus bovatis terre ibidem cum pertineutiis, viij centenis anguillarum vocatis stykell, vel xvjs, ad voluntatem domini.  Leach, Arthur Francis, ed. Memorials of Beverley Minster: The Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church of S. John of Beverley, A. D. 1286-1347, with Illustrative Documents and Introduction. Edinburgh: Durham [Eng.] Pub. for the Society by Andrews & co., 1903. (321) 53.8504 -0.4133 53.839 -0.4245
Upwell 1304 1425 2 fisheries Honour of Wormegay 2s. rents Upwell first figures individually in the Honour of Wormegay at the death of Hugh Bardolf in 1304, when with Stow Bardolph it was extended at a capital messuage, 265 acres of land, 5 of them woodland, a marsh, a windmill, 2 fisheries producing 57 sticks of eels, 2s. Charter T D Atkinson, Ethel M Hampson, E T Long, C A F Meekings, Edward Miller, H B Wells and G M G Woodgate, 'Wisbech Hundred: Outwell and Upwell', in A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 4, City of Ely; Ely, N. and S. Witchford and Wisbech Hundreds, ed. R B Pugh (London, 2002), pp. 206-219. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/cambs/vol4/pp206-219 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 52.596 0.214 52.6779 0.4522
Brambridge 1323 5 1 mill Bishop of Winchester 20 s. In 1323 20s. and five eels were paid for the farm of the mill of Brambridge County Records 'Parishes: Twyford', in A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 3, ed. William Page (London, 1908), pp. 339-341. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hants/vol3/pp339-341 [accessed 10 August 2017]. 50.990392 -1.3226 51.05977 -1.310142 At the time of the Domesday Survey there were four mills in Twyford parish; (fn. 15) and for some time there are entries in the Court Rolls for the farm of four mills in Twyford, called 'Cumton Mill,' Schaldeford Mill, Brambridge Mill, and North Twyford Mill.' (fn. 16) -- 16. Eccl. Com. Ct. R. 159270, bdle. 22, and 159280, bdle. 22.
Formby 1329 1 1 mill Cockersand Abbey Between 1205 and 1211 Henry de Lea granted licence to William Blundell of Ince to erect a mill on the Raven Meols side of the Alt, with the right to take eels at the sluice; the mill was given to the monks of Whalley, who in 1329 agreed with Sir Richard de Hoghton and his wife Sibyl to pay a rent of a gilt spur, or 4d., and reserve the eel fishery to the lord of Raven Meols. Whalley Coucher (Chet. Soc), ii, 497, 495, 515. William Blundell had already given a tithe of the multure of this mill to Cockersand Abbey; Chartul. ii, 568.

SCIANT etc. quod ego Willelmus Blundel dedi etc. totam 3 decimacionem moturae molendini mei super Alth in puram et perpetuam etc libere et quiete ab omni seculari servicio et exactione pro salute animae meae etc Cum warantia et testibus (1241)
Monastery Records 'Townships: Formby', in A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, ed. William Farrer and J Brownbill (London, 1907), pp. 45-52. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/lancs/vol3/pp45-52 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 53.558271 -3.068743 53.977 -2.875
Coningsby 1330 1500 2 weirs John son of Alan de Cobeldik Indenture of demise by John son of Alan de Cobeldik to John de Benyton and his assigns of a messuage in the town of Konyngesby lying in ' le Wildemore' next the river Wythem, and called 'Deynebothe,' with two weirs and the waters adjacent, viz. with the weir called 'Tynehering' and the weir called 'Swetingbight,' except the place and area lying between two houses situate in the same dwelling (manso) as enclosed by a wall and the Withem; to hold from the feast of the Apostles Philip and James next for eight years, by service of 43s. 4d., sixty geese and sixty 'stikkes' of live eels to be paid to the said master John yearly, viz. the 43s. 4d. quarterly on the feasts of St. Botolph, St. Michael, Christmas and Easter, the geese on the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, and the eels on the feast of St. Martin in Winter; and if in any of the said eight years so many eels be not taken in the waters and weirs aforesaid, 3d. to be paid for every 'stikke' of eels lacking 'Deeds: A.8501 - A.8600', in A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4, ed. H C Maxwell Lyte (London, 1902), pp. 318-333. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/ancient-deeds/vol4/pp318-333 [accessed 15 August 2017]. 53.1051 -0.1752
Sulhamstead Bannister 1338 25 Achard family John son of John Bannister held a messuage and a carucate of land here in 1338, for which he owed the service of rendering one stick of eels yearly (Chan. Inq. a.q.d. file 245, no. 5; Cal. Close, 1349–54, p. 61) County Records 'Parishes: Sulhamstead Bannister', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 430-433. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp430-433 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.414861 -1.093707
Sulhamstead Bannister 1338 25 Achard family In 1338 Sulhamstead was held of the Achards by the service of rendering one stick of eels yearly (Chan. Inq. p.m. 12 Edw. III [2nd nos.], no. 21). County Records 'Parishes: Sulhamstead Bannister', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, ed. P H Ditchfield and William Page (London, 1923), pp. 430-433. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/berks/vol3/pp430-433 [accessed 28 July 2017]. 51.414861 -1.093707
Storke 1355 400 1 fisherman Collegiate Church of St. John of Beverley John of Storke holds in Storke two messuages and one bovate of land at rent of 400 eels, 28 Edward III. Leach, Arthur Francis, ed. Memorials of Beverley Minster: The Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church of S. John of Beverley, A. D. 1286-1347, with Illustrative Documents and Introduction. Edinburgh: Durham [Eng.] Pub. for the Society by Andrews & co., 1903. (322) 53.8504 -0.4133 53.839 -0.4245
Heveringlond 1376 25 Montjoy Priory 1 marc Demise by John, the prior, and the canons of Mountjoy to John ate Mille of Heveringlond, for his life, of a water mill called 'Licemille,' he giving them a quarter of eels yearly and one marc rent.
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My presumption here is that a quarter of eels is the same as a stick — one quarter of a hundred.
'Deeds: A.2701 - A.2800', in A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2, ed. H C Maxwell Lyte (London, 1894), pp. 111-122. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/ancient-deeds/vol2/pp111-122 [accessed 19 August 2017]. 52.734219 1.196784 52.725387 1.194348
Bighton 1385 250 1 mill Auche Fraunk, Lord of Byketon 66s. 8 d. Aucher Fraunk, lord of Byketon, has demised to Thomas Mulleward, miller, his water-mill there, with fisheries, a ham of meadow, the branches of the willows standing on the east side of the pond, suit, millstones, etc., for ten years; rent, 66s. 8d. and at Michaelmas 10 sticks of eels Deed 'Deeds: C.6701 - C.6800', in A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6, ed. H C Maxwell Lyte (London, 1915), pp. 378-389. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/ancient-deeds/vol6/pp378-389 [accessed 20 August 2017]. 51.10438 -1.125267 51.10438 -1.125267
Myddle 1430c 200 uncertain Manor Manorial stews and fisheries provided fish for the lord's household: at Myddle in the 1420s and 1430s several hundred eels were caught each year and sent to the household or sold, but the fishery was farmed out by 1443-4. (fn. 295) 295. S.R.O. 212, box 14, bailiffs' accts. 1-2, 3-4, 7-8, 10- 11, 21-2 Hen. VI. D C Cox, J R Edwards, R C Hill, Ann J Kettle, R Perren, Trevor Rowley and P A Stamper, 'Domesday Book: 1300-1540', in A History of the County of Shropshire: Volume 4, Agriculture, ed. G C Baugh and C R Elrington (London, 1989), pp. 72-118. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/salop/vol4/pp72-118 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.806562 -2.788544 52.806562 -2.788544
Midelney 1475 788 uncertain Abbey of Muchelney By the end of the 15th century the demesne lands actually cultivated by the abbey included 97 a. of arable. In 1484–5 41 a. were sown with wheat, 39_ a. with oats, 12 a. with beans, and 4_ a. with barley. The wheat yield was nearly twice as great as the oats.  By 1484–5 the abbot was employing a shepherd, two ploughmen, two drovers, and a keeper of the barton. In 1440 the demesne livestock comprised 60 cattle, including 19 cows but no oxen, and 25 horses. A tenant in 1411 had a flock of 100 sheep. A levy on pigs was paid at the manor court early in the 15th century and 53 were counted in 1412.  Figures for the rest of the century are much lower. There was an eel fishery on the Yeo in 1475; it was let for 31_ 'sticks' of eels, and the lord had to find timber to make and repair the weir.  County Records A P Baggs, R J E Bush and Margaret Tomlinson, 'Parishes: Muchelney', in A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 3, ed. R W Dunning (London, 1974), pp. 38-49. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/som/vol3/pp38-49 [accessed 13 September 2017]. 51.00397 -2.84029 51.0153 -2.80481
Hilgey 1500c 1000 1 Castleacre Priory This belonged to the great lordship of Methwold, and extended here, and was possessed under the Earls Warren and Surry, by the families of Cailli and Clifton. Roger de Cailli gave to the priory of Castleacre all his rents of eels here; viz. 1000 and an half per ann. for the soul of Simon his father, Alice his mother, Joan and Beatrix his wives; and Alice, by her deed sans date, gave a fishery called Poltsere, to find the house 1000 eels per ann. Ralph de Baliol, by his deed sans date, gave also for the soul of his lord, the Earl Warren, a rent of 2000 eels, with Goderick de Wodebrict, his wife and children: —Witnesses, Reginald de Warren, &c. County Records Francis Blomefield, 'Clackclose Hundred and Half: Hilgey', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7 (London, 1807), pp. 369-374. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol7/pp369-374 [accessed 25 July 2017]. 52.559546 0.389496 52.700528 0.683556
Hilgey 1500c 2000 1 Castleacre Priory This belonged to the great lordship of Methwold, and extended here, and was possessed under the Earls Warren and Surry, by the families of Cailli and Clifton. Roger de Cailli gave to the priory of Castleacre all his rents of eels here; viz. 1000 and an half per ann. for the soul of Simon his father, Alice his mother, Joan and Beatrix his wives; and Alice, by her deed sans date, gave a fishery called Poltsere, to find the house 1000 eels per ann. Ralph de Baliol, by his deed sans date, gave also for the soul of his lord, the Earl Warren, a rent of 2000 eels, with Goderick de Wodebrict, his wife and children: —Witnesses, Reginald de Warren, &c. County Records Francis Blomefield, 'Clackclose Hundred and Half: Hilgey', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7 (London, 1807), pp. 369-374. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol7/pp369-374 [accessed 25 July 2017]. 52.559546 0.389496 52.700528 0.683556
Hilgey 1500c 1500 1 Castleacre Priory This belonged to the great lordship of Methwold, and extended here, and was possessed under the Earls Warren and Surry, by the families of Cailli and Clifton. Roger de Cailli gave to the priory of Castleacre all his rents of eels here; viz. 1000 and an half per ann. for the soul of Simon his father, Alice his mother, Joan and Beatrix his wives; and Alice, by her deed sans date, gave a fishery called Poltsere, to find the house 1000 eels per ann. Ralph de Baliol, by his deed sans date, gave also for the soul of his lord, the Earl Warren, a rent of 2000 eels, with Goderick de Wodebrict, his wife and children: —Witnesses, Reginald de Warren, &c. County Records Francis Blomefield, 'Clackclose Hundred and Half: Hilgey', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7 (London, 1807), pp. 369-374. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol7/pp369-374 [accessed 25 July 2017]. 52.559546 0.389496 52.700528 0.683556
Helgey (Hilgay) 1547 1 Dean and Chapter of Norwich Of The Revenues And Liberties Of The Prior And Convent, And Now of The Dean And Chapter. Herbert, the founder, first appointed a prior and monks here, in room of secular priests, which had always hitherto attended the Bishops as their chapter; and settled the following revenues, which heretofore belonged to the see, for their maintenance, and got them confirmed by the Pope, King, and Archbishop, viz. all offerings, mortuaries, and burials, in the cathedral; the fair on Tombland, which Will. Rufus first granted, and Henry I. prolonged, with the tithes of his manors, except those which he had settled on his chaplains; the towns of Lakenham and Ameringhale, (except the land of Osbert the Archdeacon,) and the moiety of Thorp-wood; the liberty of warren and hunting in those towns being reserved to the Bishop. The villages of Hindringham and Hilderston; the mills, lands, and meadows, at Norwich, which formerly belonged to the bishoprick, half Thorp meadows on both sides of the water, the Bishop's house at Helgey, and the marsh and eel-rents which belonged to it; … All these, and the following revenues, were confirmed by letters patents of the re-foundation of Edward VI. dated at Westminster, November 9, A°. reg. I. which were confirmed by authority of parliament, viz Monastery Records Francis Blomefield, 'City of Norwich, chapter 44: Of the revenues and liberties of the Prior and convent and the Dean and Chapter', in An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 4, the History of the City and County of Norwich, Part II (London, 1806), pp. 556-570. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/topographical-hist-norfolk/vol4/pp556-570 [accessed 30 August 2017]. 52.559546 0.389496 52.629208 1.299477
Warrington 1547 7500 2 mills Thomas Boeteler Thomas Sankey in 1542 held the two water-mills on the Sankey; and five years later Thomas Boteler leased the mills to him for twenty-one years at a rent of £6 13s. 4d. and 300 'stick eels in season £6 13 s. 4 d. 'Townships: Warrington', in A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 3, ed. William Farrer and J Brownbill (London, 1907), pp. 316-324. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/lancs/vol3/pp316-324 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 53.390044 -2.59695 53.390044 -2.59695
Brambridge 1572 125 1 mill Gilbert Welles, High Sherrif of Hampshire 5 sticks County Records Bill Attwell, A History of the Attwell Family 1200-1650 (Lulu.com, 2014). 38. 50.990392 -1.3226 51.0632 -1.308 Destination location coordiantes are for Wincester.
Great Ryburgh 1579 1 1 mill Thomas Buttes Thomas Buttes, Esquire, leases to Simon Mussett, miller, his watermill with the millhouse in Great Ryburgh called Southemylle, "with all the going gear," and one messuage called Milles near the said mill, late of Thomas Browne, tanner, and one yard adjoining called Newesteade Yarde, and also one parcel of morishe (or marishe) ground (1 acre) on the east of the mill. Term, 7 years. Rent, 13l. 6s. 8d. The lessor is bound to grind at the mill. The lessee to leave one overstone and one netherstone of certain sizes, and shall not fish in any part of the dam, river, or stream that cometh to the mill, except that he may take eels and other fish at the "owteloades" of the mill or mill-wheel with shakenetts, a moiety of which eels and fish is to be delivered to the lessor.—No. 633. Other Historical Manuscripts Commission, 'Muniments of Edmond R. Wodehouse: Appendices', in The Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, Etc. Thirteenth Report, Appendix: Part IV (London, 1892), pp. 421-494. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/hist-mss-comm/vol31/pt4/pp421-494 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 52.816 0.9166 52.816 0.9166
Wheathampstead and Harpenden 1651 1 1 mill John Wittewronge of Rothamsted At the time of the Commonwealth deans and chapters were by Act of Parliament abolished, and their lands placed in the hands of trustees for sale. Under this Act the manor of Kinsbourne alias Harpendenbury and the manor house of Harpendenbury were, on 14 February, 1649–50, bought for £765 14s. 10d. by John Wittewronge of Rothamsted, (fn. 13) and on 26 February following he purchased for £1,014 8s. 11d. the manor of Wheathampstead and Harpenden, and the moiety of the royalties of the fishing of the mill-pool, with half the eels taken there and all the fishing appertaining to the river, the moiety of the dove-house, and all fines levied before the justices of the peace for any cause arising in the manor or liberties County Records 'Wheathampstead with Harpenden: Manors', in A History of the County of Hertford: Volume 2, ed. William Page (London, 1908), pp. 297-309. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/herts/vol2/pp297-309 [accessed 28 August 2017]. 51.812 -0.293 51.812 -0.293 coordiantes are for Wheathampstead