From Peter son of Wimund to Osbert de Torp of a carucate of land in Thorp rendering seven shillings annually in redemption of service. Osbert has done homage for the land in the presence of David the Larderer and many others and the gift was made in the presence of Peter's brother Ralph and his sons.
David is witness and grantor. Osbert in acknowledgement of the land has given Peter 6 marks of which David the Larderer assigned him 12 pence. David as superior lord was given 2 marks.
Witnesses to Osbert's homage: David the Larderer, William his son, Thomas his brother, John the Larderer, Walter the son of Fanuf, Roger the priest, Stephen the priest, Gamell the priest, Simeon the priest, John de Meos, William son of Osbert, Brian son of Sccotland, Joscelin de Areci, Arnald de Perchi, Jurdan Foliot, Henry Walais, Maci de Curchi, Eustace de Merc, Roger de Esc, Arnald de Mildebi, Torfin son of Robert son of Copsi, Peter Basset, Simon his brother, Peter Lufel, William Paitevin, William Tilemer, Alan de Cnapatun, Albert de Merstun, Richard son of Guy, Thomas son of Vivet (?), Robert son of Ace, Paulinus the bishop's son, Gerard son of Levin, Hugh son of Audon, Ernis brother of Aldred, Roger son of Turgis, Walter his brother, Robert Brun, Robert son of Milesant, John son of Senel, Robert the Arch (deacon ?), Thomas Mala Opera.
Osbert was seised of the land by Normans, the King's (sergeant ?), Humphrey Porter, in the presence of Henry Laialais, William Paitevin, Roger the priest, William the priest, Simeon the priest, John the son of Oldebert, Henry Hustarc, Gerard son of William the Fat, William de Rucford, William Murdac, Lambert the physician, John Snellman, Robert Arcer, Eudo de Stell, Peter de Torp, Alan de Bramam, William son of Uc.