Thame Local History
Domesday Period Dates (1066 - 1099)
|1066||Following the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror's army progressed from Wallingford to Berkhampstead through the Vale of Aylesbury, within a few miles of Thame.|
|1067||Wulfwig, Bishop of Dorchester, died and Remigius of Fecamp became the new Bishop of Dorchester.|
The Council of Windsor reorganised the English Church.
The seat of the Dorchester see was transferred to Lincoln.
|1072||Bishop Remigius of Dorchester enacted the translation and became the first ever Bishop of Lincoln.|
|1086||The Domesday Book was compiled.|
|1087||The first Norman Cathedral was begun at Lincoln by Bishop Remigius.|