"In Slepe, the Abbot of Ramsey has 20 hides of land liable to tax, and land for 24 ploughs. He keeps his own land for 3 ploughs, apart from the hides already mentioned. He now has in his control 3 ploughs, 39 villagers, and 12 smallholders, who have 20 ploughs. There is a priest, a church, 60 acres of pasture, and woods a league long and half a league wide. In Edward the Confessor's reign all this was worth £20, it is now worth £16.
Of this land, three of the Abbot's men, Evrard, Ingelrann and Pleines, have four hides. They have three and a half ploughs, and five villagers and six smallholders who have three ploughs, a church and a priest. This is worth 45 shillings. Sheriff Eustace claims one hide".