|Estone: 4 freemen from Bishop of Coutances; William de Cairon from Bishop of Lincoln; William de Warenne and Theodoric from him; Wimund from Hugh de Beauchamp; Hugh Butler; Sigar de Chocques; Osbern FitzRichard.
Large, pretty; timber-framed buildings.
Eaton Bray local history site
|Eitone: Bishop of Bayeux.
One of only 55 settlements in the Domesday Book with a vineyard.
At the Conquest Eudo FitzHubert took over the manor from Wulfmar. After his death in 1120 the land passed to the Crown. Hugh de Beauchamp bought the manor for £23 1s 3d and improved its pre-Conquest castle.
|Etone: Eudo FitzHubert. 20 hides; 16 ploughs. In lordship 7½ hides; 4 ploughs. 38 villagers with 12 ploughs. 7 smallholders, 8 slaves, 2 Freemen. 2 mills, 36s 6d; 100 eels; meadow for 12 ploughs; woodland, 400 pigs; vineyard. Total value £15; when acquired £8; TRE £10. Wulfmer, a thane of Edward's, held this manor. 2 Freemen who could sell and grant their land.
|Edeuuorde: 2 men-at-arms from William d'Eu; Alwin the king's reeve.
William the Conqueror granted Elstow to his niece, Countess Judith, who founded a nunnery in 1075. The abbess and nuns held Elstow until the Dissolution.
Birthplace of John Bunyan.
|Elnestov: nuns of St. Mary's from Countess Judith. 3½ hides. Land for 7 ploughs; in lordship 2. 14 villagers with 5 ploughs. 11 smallholders, 4 slaves. 1 mill, 24s; meadow for 4 ploughs; woodland, 60 pigs. Total value 100s; when acquired 40s; TRE £10.
Scattered. Tyrells End is a 15th century timber-framed house.
Eversholt local history site
|Evreshot: Ansgot of Rochester from Bishop of Bayeux; Ralph from Hugh de Beauchamp; Herbert, the king's reeve.
2 manor houses.
|Evretone: Ranulf d'Ilger from Countess Judith.
|Aieuuorde: William Speke; Brodo from Azelina, Ralph Tailbois' wife. Mill.