Ever wonder about the status? Here are a few links that apply.
- Domesday on-line (from 1085-1086)
- BBC has a story
- Domesday Special Interest Group
- Wiki pages: Original survey, reload
- UK National Archives
Here is a sample reference (Palgrava) found in a memorial book.
11/05/2012 -- Domesday book and beyond: Three Essays in the early History of England (google.com, archive.org).
05/12/2012 -- Finally realized that I had fat-fingered the title. Changed to Domesday. As said elsewhere, to some, being fingered to pay more is 'doomsday' awaiting.
05/25/2011 -- Tidbits of English history.
05/23/2011 -- An interesting tidbit, that will be looked at further, is that William's effort found out that the Church owned a lot of land. Of course, this was the Church of England for whom the Pope, in Rome, took a hands-off approach.