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.
1070 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.

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