Stone Age axe-heads found here.
|Bagenore: Humphrey the Chamberlain. Mill.
Barcote Manor House.
|Lierecote: Alfsi of Faringdon from the king.
Barkham Barkham Manor; Barkham Square.Barkham local history site
Near the site of a Roman villa.
|Bastedene: King's land; formerly Aethelfeva, a free woman. 2 priests hold 2 churches. Mill.
|Baiorde: Askell and Gilbert from Abingdon Abbey.
Beckett Beckett House.
|Bedene: Walter de la Riviere from Abingdon Abbey.
|Ben(e)ham: Walter de la Riviere from Abingdon Abbey; Humphrey Visdeloup; Wigar, the king's thane.
William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons during Charles I's reign, lived here.
|Leie: William from Abingdon Abbey.
|Bedretone: King's land; William from Miles Crispin. Mill.
Church has a Norman Tower. Bisham Abbey originally was a 14th century priory.
|Bistesham: Henry de Ferrers. Church, vines.
Iron Age hill-fort on Blewburton Hill.
|Blidberie: King's land; church held by William Beaufour; Count of Evreux. Mill.
|Bochentone: Ralph the earl's son; Odo and Edward, king's thanes. Mill.
Still has a mill.
|Bochesorne: Berner from Abingdon Abbey; Humphrey Visdeloup and Aelfric and Aelmer from him. Mill, church.
|Bradefelt: William FitzAnsculf. 3 mills.
|Brai: King's land. 18 hides; no tax. 56 villagers, 7 smallholders, 4 slaves; 25 ploughs. Church; meadow; woodland. Value, £17.
Skeletons of Roundheads and Royalists found in the inn's garden.
|Bristoldestone: Battle Abbey, formerly Earl Harold. Church.
Brightwell Barrow. Castle stood where Brightwell Manor is until 1153.
|Bricsteuuelle: Bishop of Winchester, formerly Bishop Stigand. Mill.
The Knight's Templar once held the chapel.
|Brintone: Robert FitzGerald; Ralph de Mortimer. 2 churches, 3 mills, dairy.
|Bocheland(e): Bishop of Exeter; Abingdon Abbey; Count of Evreux. ½ fishery.
Church with Norman carvings.
|Boche(l)deberie: King's land; Count of Evreux; Walter FitzOthere; Hugolin the Steersman. Mill, church.
Part Norman church. Held by de Burghfield family until 1327.
|Borgefel(le): Henry de Ferrers; man-at-arms from Ralph de Mortimer. Mill, church, fishery.
On Thames; Buscot House. Church with Norman chancel arch.
|Boroardescote: Robert, Drogo and Randulf from Earl Hugh; formerly Earl Harold [the former King]. Fishery.