Blæc 3 was a small landowner in north Bedfordshire, the holder of a single virgate worth 3s. and commended to a fellow villager.
Distribution map of property and lordships associated with this name in DB
List of property and lordships associated with this name in DB
The name Blæc occurs only twice in DB, at widely separated places where there is no other reason to make a connection. One of them was in the Bedfordshire vill of Easton, a detached part of the shire surrounded by Huntingdonshire which probably extended beyond the later parish (Phill. Beds.: note 3,6). Blæc had a single virgate comprising land for 2 oxen worth 3s. but had the power to alienate his land. He was commended to Augi, who was resident in the same vill but had only 1½ hides and was himself commended to the king’s thegn Eskil of Ware (Eskil 2).
Phill. Beds.: Domesday Book, ed. John Morris, 20: Bedfordshire (Chichester: Phillimore, 1977)