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SKETCHES

HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE

IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN.

TALLINGTON.

Is a small village in the wapentake of Ness, in the parts of Kesteven, about 4 miles nearly east from Stamford, and on the road leading from this latter place to Deeping.

Domesday Account. Land of Rodert de Todeni.— In Talintune (Tallington) Alwin and Erneber had five carucates of land and a half to be taxed. Land to as many ploughs. William and Roger, vassals of VOL. III.

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Roberts's, have there one plough and a half, and five villages with one plough, and seventeen acres of meadow, Value in king Edwards' time forty shillings, now thirty shillings.

Land of Alured of Lincoh. In Talinton (Tallington) Oluiet had six carucates of land and a half to be taxed Land to as many ploughs. Alured has there two ploughs, and fourteen sokemen with four carucates of land, and nine vil. lạnes with four ploughs, and one mill of twelve shillings, and eight acres of meadow. Value in King Edward's time three pounds, now four, Tallaged at twenty shillings.

The jury of Nesse wapentake and the whola siding have attimed tbe land of Uluiet and Ultiet had never belonged to the maternal aunt of Erneberne, nor that he hal it, except in ward, till Uluiet could hold the land. That is in Offinton (Ulfington) seven carucates, in Talintune (Tal. lington) six carucates ard a half, in Casuic (Caswick) six oxgangs, in Estdeping (East-Deeping) half a carucate.

In the time of Henry III. W. Albinaco of Beu. ver held lands in Tallington. Also the Prior of Bissemede held tlie 4, part of a Knight's fee. (Testa de Nevill)

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