An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 9. Originally published by W Miller, London, 1808.
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In the survey I find mention made of the town of Wimpwell, of which the abbot of St. Bennet was lord, containing a carucate and half of land, with 5 villains and 2 borderers, one carucate in demean, and one among the tenants, 4 acres of meadow, &c. and a freeman who was only under protection, and was expelled, had 9 acres and half a carucate, valued at 12d. the King and the Earl had the soc; the whole manor was valued at 30s. but Godric paid 4l. when he held it, as belonging to the Earl's fee. (fn. 1) The abbot also held 12 acres, valued at 32d. of which a freeman had been deprived.