||Five documents rel. Chark (in Titchfield and Rowner, Hants.): a grant of land by Hamo Brito de Leya (Lee-on-the-Solent) and others, c. 1186; another land-grant, by John de Gisorz, c. 1186; a concession by Gilbert le Bret, of Chark, that his men will grind their corn at the monks� mill there, before 1238; an inspeximus by Henry III, Aug. 1266, of a grant by Elias de Falaise; and an agreement with Titchfield abbey, Oct. 1266, rel. tithes payable for a windmill etc. at Chark.