Feologeld 2 (Male) Abbot [in ?Kent], fl. c.803-830
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Notes: Presumably the later Archbishop Factoid List

Recorded Name (17)
Felogild (1)
 ASC  <830> B, 830 C
Felogyldus (1)
 S1430a   
Feolageld (1)
 S40   
Feolagild (1)
 ASC  830 E
Feolgeld (2)
 S1267   
 S1439   
Feologeld (8)
 S161   
 S187   
 S1259   
 S1264   
 S1431b   
 S1434   
 S1436   
 S1500   
Feologid (1)
 ASC  830 A
Feologild (1)
 ASC  830 D
Feologið (1)
 ASC  830 G
Office (17)
Abbot (13)
 S161   
 S40   
 S187   
 S1259   
 S1264   
 S1267   
 S1430a   
 S1431b   
 S1434   
 S1436   
 ASC  830 ACDEG, <830> B
 S1439   
 S1500   
Priest (4)
 S1264   
 S1267   
 S1431b   
 S1500   
Event (14)
Bequeathing/will-making (2)
 Various.witnessing Oswulf 4 bequeathing his estates: Oswulf 4, dux and princeps of the province of eastern Kent, determined to make legal disposition of his inheritance, and in the presence of Wulfred 6 [archbishop], and Wærnoth 3, and Feologeld 2, and others - namely Ceolstan 2, Æthelhun 9, and Heremod 2, priest, - he showed what disposition he wished to be made of his property after his death; after the life of his wife Beornthryth 1 and of her son Eardwulf 6 and his daughter Ealfthryth 1, he directed that all his property should be given to the churches of God.: S1439    (805 x 832)
 Various.witnessing Æthelnoth 12 and Gænburg 1 bequeathing S1500: Will of Æthelnoth 12, reeve at Eastry, and Gænburg 1, his wife, concerning arrangements for the disposition of land at Eythorne, Kent: S1482    (805 x 832)
Charter-witnessing (11)
 S1259 - Æthelheard 13 recovering land for Christ Church, Canterbury: Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, recovers for Canterbury, Christ Church 1 4 sulungs (aratra) at Bishopsbourne, Kent, originally granted by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by Offa 7, king of the Mercians, and now restored as the result of a synodal judgement: S1259    (805)
 S1264 - Wulfred 6 exchanging lands with Christ Church, Canterbury: Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent: S1264    (811)
 S1267 - Wulfred 6 exchanging land with Wærnoth 3: Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of Canterbury, St Augustine's 1; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent: S1267    (826)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
 S1431b - decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: S1431b    (803)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between Æthelwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain Æthelwulf 14 who said that his father, Æthelheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
 S161 - Cenwulf 3 and Cuthred 11 granting land to Wulfheard 10: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond: S161    (805)
 S187 - Ceolwulf 5 selling land to Wulfred 6: Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds: S187    (823)
 S40 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Wulfred 6: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses: S40    (805)
Death/dying (1)
 Feologeld 2.death: Feologeld 2 passed away.: ASC  830 ACDEG, <830> B (833)
Disputing/dispute-settling (2)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between Æthelwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain Æthelwulf 14 who said that his father, Æthelheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
Governing (1)
 S1431b - decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: Decree of a council of Clofesho concerning the lordship of minsters: S1431b    (803)
Grant and Gift (5)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S161 - Cenwulf 3 and Cuthred 11 granting land to Wulfheard 10: Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfheard 10, priest; grant of 2 hides (manentes), equivalent to one sulung, at Swarling, Kent, and one 'yokelet' (an geocled) at Ecgheanng lond: S161    (805)
 S187 - Ceolwulf 5 selling land to Wulfred 6: Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds: S187    (823)
 S40 - Cuthred 11 selling land to Wulfred 6: Cuthred 11, king of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Hrithra leah, part of an estate of 15 hides (manentes) at Buckholt in Petham, Kent, in return for 30 mancuses: S40    (805)
Judicial decision/review (2)
 S1259 - Æthelheard 13 recovering land for Christ Church, Canterbury: Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, recovers for Canterbury, Christ Church 1 4 sulungs (aratra) at Bishopsbourne, Kent, originally granted by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by Offa 7, king of the Mercians, and now restored as the result of a synodal judgement: S1259    (805)
 S1430a - decree of Council of Bapchild: Decree of a council of Bapchild, Kent, concerning the liberties of the Church: S1430a    (798)
Property-buying/purchasing (1)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between Æthelwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain Æthelwulf 14 who said that his father, Æthelheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
Property-exchanging (2)
 S1264 - Wulfred 6 exchanging lands with Christ Church, Canterbury: Wulfred 6, archbishop, to Canterbury, Christ Church 1; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Folcwining lond in the district of Eastry, 1 at Liminum and 1 at Dunwaling lond, Kent, in exchange for 4 sulungs at Bishopsbourne, Kent: S1264    (811)
 S1267 - Wulfred 6 exchanging land with Wærnoth 3: Wulfred 6, archbishop, and the familia of Minster-in-Thanet 1 to Abbot Wærnoth 3 and the familia of Canterbury, St Augustine's 1; grant of 6 iugera at Doddingland (? Dandelion, lost, near Margate) in Thanet, in exchange for 6 iugera at Ealdanford, near the mouth of the river Stour, Kent: S1267    (826)
Property-giving/selling (1)
 S187 - Ceolwulf 5 selling land to Wulfred 6: Ceolwulf 5, king of the Mercians and of the people of Kent, to Wulfred 6, archbishop; grant of land in Canterbury, in return for a gold and silver vessel of 5.5 pounds: S187    (823)
Property-transacting (1)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)
Restoration of land/property (3)
 S1259 - Æthelheard 13 recovering land for Christ Church, Canterbury: Æthelheard 13, archbishop of Canterbury, recovers for Canterbury, Christ Church 1 4 sulungs (aratra) at Bishopsbourne, Kent, originally granted by Ealdhun 5, confiscated by Offa 7, king of the Mercians, and now restored as the result of a synodal judgement: S1259    (805)
 S1434 - Wulfred 6 recovering land: Record of the recovery by Archbishop Wulfred 6 of land at Easole, Kent, granted to him by Ealdberht 15, comes, and Selethryth 1, his sister, but fraudulently acquired by Cwenthryth 1, abbess of Minster-in-Thanet.: S1434    (824)
 S1436 - record of dispute between Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3 & Cwenthryth 1: Record of a dispute between Archbishop Wulfred 6 and Cenwulf 3, king of the Mercians, and his heir Cwenthryth 1, abbess, concerning the minsters of Reculver and Minster-in-Thanet. At an initial settlement in London (? late 821) Wulfred 6 ceded to King Cenwulf 3 300 hides at Iognes homme (? Eynsham, Oxon.) and 120lbs of money. In subsequent settlements (at Clofesho and Oslafeshlau) Cwenthryth 1 ceded to Wulfred 6 land at Harrow, Middx; Herefrethingland; Wembley, Yeading, Middx; Boc land; and Combe, Kent: S1436    (825)