The land of the King
IN BROADWATER HUNDRED
King William holds [?Great] WYMONDLEY. It is assessed at 8 hides.
There is land for 18 ploughs. In demesne [are] 2½ hides, and there are 3 ploughs; and 24 villans and 1 sokeman and 5 bordars and 3 ploughs;
and 24 villans and 1 sokeman and 5 bordars and 5 cottars have 15 ploughs. There are 6 slaves,
and 1 mill rendering 20s.
[There is] meadow for 1 plough and 2 oxen, pasture for the livestock of the vill. [and] wood for fences.
This manor belonged to the demesne of the Church of ST MARY of Chatteris, but Earl Harold took it away from it, as the whole shire testifies,
and attached it to his manor of Hitchin 3 years before King Edward’s death.