From the original:
LV TERRA EVSTACHIJ Alured ten de. E. in POCHEBROC 1 hid 7 una trae. Tra e II. car. In dnio. e una. 7 IIII. uitti cu pbro 7 IIII. bord hnt car 7 dim. Valuit. II. fol. Modo. xx. folid. Ormar libe tenuit.
Or, if you can’t quite make that out
55 LAND OF EUSTACE [OF HUNTINGDON]
[In POLEBROOK Hundred]
Alfred holds 1 hide and 1 virgate of Land from Eustace in POLEBROOK. Land for 2 ploughs. In lordship 1.
4 villages with a priest and 4 smallholders have 1 1/2 ploughs.
The value was 2s; now 20s. Ordmer held it freely.
Eustace held more land in the village from the Abbot of Peterborough.
Reproduced with kind permission from the Domesday map of Northamptonshire created by John Garnons Williams and available from www.maps-maps-maps.com
A fine history of Polebrook has been written by local historian Margaret Winham. See the History page for details.