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Colnbrook was first mentioned in the reign of King Henry I (1100 to 1135) when Miles Crispin, in the year 1106, sent his steward and chaplain to place on the high altar at Abingdon the title deeds of a hospice and adjacent lands at Colnbrook, Buckinghamshire. This was on account of the service rendered to him in his illness by the abbot. At the time Faritius the abbot of Abingdon was a physician from Tuscany who treated both King Henry I and Queen Matilda. Miles Crispin was the Constable of the Castle at Wallingford. see Miles Crispin ( - 1107) [1]

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  1. The Charters of William II and Henry I The Charters of William II and Henry I]]