||After the death of King Edgar 11, when King Edward 12 and almost all his councillors were at Kingston, Ealdorman Ęthelwine 2 asked Bishop Ęthelwold 1 to let him have Kelling on the understanding that in exchange Ęthelwine 2 would give him land of the same area which was closer to him and more fertile. Concerning the stock which was on the land they might do as they wished. When the bishop and the abbot had agreed to this, Ealdorman Ęthelwine 2 conveyed the land to Hringwulf 1. Then the bishop and the abbot asked Ęthelwine 2 to buy from the sons of Wulfric 69 and arrange for them to hold free from claim the two hides at Horningsea which, as we have said before, the bishop had bought from Ęthelstan 71. When he heard this, Ęthelwine 2, properly, began ever promising that he would do this, but his words had no weight and nothing came of his promises.
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