A nice little conundrum for Lockdown investigation!
As it stands, it reads "Interfuerunt etiam praeter generale capitulum
huic concessioni quidam qui cum eo venerant, quorum hȩc sunt nomina."
(There were also present at this granting, beside the general chapter,
some men who had come with him; and these are their names.)
Paganus de Brisaio,
Guarinus Tria Vitulum,
Radulfus de Furcis.
(Gofferius himself, A villager (? pagan?) from Brisaium, Guarinus
triavitulum, Radulfus of Furcae)
I've written "triavitulum" all one word; because of my theory, which
These people turned up at the monastery with charitable gifts, livestock probably. And they got cash in return.
Among the other names are "Hubertus Minat bovem". An ox, accusative case.
Ergo (very tenuous theory, but I have no other!) "triavitulum" is a "threes-calf". A calf with a property of three; three months old, three
stones weight, three something or other..