William fitzBaderon is recorded in the Domesday Book as holding one hide in Siddington (also Sudintone, Suditone, Suintone); Aswith held it in the time of King Edward, before the Norman conquest of England in 1066. Roger de Lacy held six hides, which his mother held as her dower-land; Godric of Winchcombe and Leofwine held the land as two manors. Humphrey the Chamberlain also held two hides in Siddington, which Ansketil held of him, while Alweard held the land as a manor.
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