Change Date: 18 OCT 2009
Tetsworth, Oxon, does not appear by name in the Domesday survey, but its lands were included in the Bishop of Lincoln's Thame manor of 60 hides. It is probable that it was represented mainly by the 10 hides held by a certain Robert, one of the bishop's knights, and that he is to be identified with the Robert who held of the bishop in Banbury, Cropredy, and Wickham. He may very possibly have been the father of Aucher Chevauchesul, who flourished at Tetsworth in the first half of the 12th century.
- Awcher Chevauchesul