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    Dedworth
    Dideorde: Albert from the king.
    On Thames.

    Denchworth
    Denchesworde: Jocelyn from William d'Eu; Rayner from Henry de Ferrers; Lawrence from Robert of Stafford. Church.

    Denford
    Daneford: William d'Eu. Church.
    Iron Age axe-heads found nearby.

    Donnington
    Deritone: William Lovett.
    Donnington Castle stood here from the 14th century, now in ruins.

    Draycott (Moor)
    Draicote: Abingdon Abbey and Gilbert from the Abbey. Fishery; moor.

    Dry Sanford
    Sanford: Hugo Cook from Abingdon Abbey.

    Duxford
    Dudochesforde: Odo of Winchester. Mill, fishery.

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    Earley
    Er / Herlei: King's land; Osbern Giffard. 2 fisheries.
    Now part of Reading.

    East Garston
    Lamborne: Geoffrey de Mandeville. 2 mills.

    East Ginge
    Acenge: Cola, the king's thane. Mill.

    East Hagbourne
    Hachebourne: Reinbald the priest. Mill.

    Easthampstead
    Lachenestede: Westminster Abbey.
    Iron Age fort situated here.

    East Hanney
    Hanlei: Abingdon Abbey before and after 1066; Nicholas and Wulfwin from the Abbey; Count of Evreux; Jocelyn from Gilbert de Bretteville. 2 mills.

    East Hendred
    Enrede / Henret: King's land; Cola, the king's thane; Count of Evreux; Henry from Henry de Ferrers. Mill, church.
    Hendred House.

    East Ilsley
    Eldeslei: Bishop of Salisbury; Roger from Henry de Ferrers; Stephen from William FitzAnsculf; Saswalo from Geoffrey de Mandeville.

    East Lockinge
    Lachinge(s): Abingdon Abbey before and after 1066; Gilbert from the Abbey.
    Partly Norman church. One of around 3300 contributors to the rebuilding of St. Paul's Cathedral in the 17th century.

    East Shefford
    Siford: Aiulf, Sheriff of Dorset. 2 mills.
    On site of a Saxon cemetery.

    Eaton
    Ed / Eltune: Richard and Alfred from Miles Crispin. 2 fisheries.

    Eaton Hastings
    Etone: Walter FitzPoyntz. 2 fisheries.

    Eddington
    Eddevetone: King's land. Mill.

    Eling
    Elinge: Roger d'Ivry.
    Near the site of a Roman villa. Iron Age axe-heads found nearby.

    Enborne
    Aneborne: William Lovett; William FitzCorbucion; Giles, brother of Ansculf; Roger de Lacy. Mill.

    Englefield
    Englefel / Inglefelle: William FitzAnsculf; Gilbert and Stephen from him.
    Site of a battle between King Aethelwulf and the Danes in the 9th century.

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    Farnborough
    Fermeberge: Abingdon Abbey.

    Fawler
    Spersold: Askell from Abingdon Abbey. Mill.

    Fawley
    Farelli: Abbess of Amesbury.

    Finchampstead
    Finchamestede: King's land, formerly Earl Harold. Mill.
    Church font is probably pre-Norman.

    Frilford
    Frieliford: Abingdon Abbey; Reginald, Reinbald and Slavi from the Abbey.

    Frilsham
    Frilesham: Roger from Henry de Ferrers. Mill.
    Church dedicated to St. Frideswide, a Saxon princess who founded a convent in the forest.

    Fulscot
    Follescote: Roger FitzSiegfried.

    Fyfield
    Fivehide: Henry from Henry de Ferrers; another Henry from him. Church.
    Partly Norman church; manor house.

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    Garford
    Wareford: Abingdon Abbey and Berner from the Abbey. Mill.
    Garford Field, a pre-historic burial site.

    Goosey
    Gosei: Abingdon Abbey; Hermer. 11 hides; 9 ploughs. 6 villagers, 3 smallholders with 2 ploughs. Meadow. Value TRE 9; now 10.

    Great Coxwell
    Cocheswelle: King's land. Church.
    Great Barn, built by monks of Beaulieu in the 13th century.

    Great Faringdon
    Ferendone: King's land; Bishop Osmund, Alfsi from the king. Does not pay tax. Land for 15 ploughs. 17 villagers, 10 smallholders with 10 ploughs. Mill, fishery.

    Great Shefford
    Siford: Robert d'Oilly and Roger d'Ivry from Bishop of Bayeux; Hugh de Port. 1 mills.

    Greenham
    Greneham: Henry de Ferrers. Church, 1 mills.
    Once a centre of the milling industry. Mesolithic artefacts found nearby. Greenham Common RAF base.

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    Hampstead Norris
    Hanstede: Theodoric the Goldsmith. Church.
    Partly Norman church.

    Hamstead Marshall
    Hamestede: Hugolin the Steersman from the King. 1 hide; 5 ploughs. 4 villagers, 8 smallholders with 3 ploughs. Mill, meadow, woodland.

    Hartley
    Hurlei: Ralph de Mortimer.
    Hartley Court.

    Hartridge
    Hurterige: Alfred from William FitzAnsculf.

    Harwell
    Harewelle / Haruuelle: Bishop of Winchester; Roger d'Ivry. Mill, chapel.

    Hatford
    Heraford: Payne from Gilbert de Bretteville. Church.
    2 churches, one partly Norman.

    Hinton Waldrist
    Hentone: Odo, the king's thane. Church, 2 fisheries.
    Hinton Manor is Elizabethan.

    Hodcott
    Hodicote: Stephen from William FitzAnsculf; Odelard from Ralph de Mortimer.
    Bronze Age burial ground nearby.

    Hurley
    Herlei: Geoffrey de Mandeville. Mill, church, 2 fisheries.
    Church dedicated to wife of Geoffrey de Mandeville. Legend has it that Editha, Edward the Confessor's sister, is buried in the churchyard.

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    Inglewood
    Ingheflot / Inglefol: Robert FitzGerald; Fulchard from William, the king's thane; Robert FitzRolf, the king's thane.
    Inglewood House.

    Inkpen
    Ingepene: William FitzAnsculf; Ralph de Feugères, the king's thane. Mill.
    Walbury Hill is the site of an Iron Age fort.

    Irish Hill
    Ebrige: Hugolin the Steersman. Mill.
    'Ebrige' means yew-covered ridge.

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    Kennington
    Chenitun / Genetune: Abingdon Abbey; Berner and Alwin from the Abbey.
    7th century monastery founded nearby.

    Kingston Bagpuize
    Chingestune: Ralph de Bagpuize and Henry de Ferrers from him; Aethelhelm from William FitzAnsculf. Fishery.

  • Kingston Bagpuize local history site

    Kingston Lisle
    Spersolt: King's land and Henry de Ferrers from the king.

    Kintbury
    Chenteberie: King's land; Henry de Ferrers from the king; Abbess of Amesbury; Walter FitzOthere. 2 mills.
    On site of a Saxon burial ground.

    Knighton
    Nisteton: Odo, the king's thane.
    Roman villa stood nearby.

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    Lambourn
    Lam / Lanborne: King's land; Hascoit Musard; Matthew de Mortagne. Church, 2 mills.

    Leckhampstead
    Lecanestede: Abingdon Abbey; Reinbald from the Abbey. Church.

    Letcombe Bassett
    Ledecumbe: Robert d'Oilly. 2 mills.
    Segsbury Camp, an Iron Age fort.

    Letcombe Regis
    Ledecumbe: King's land. Amesbury Abbey holds the church. 5 mills.
    Church is partly 12th century.

    Leverton
    Lewartone: Hezelin from Abingdon Abbey. Mill.

    Little Coxwell
    Alia Cocheswelle: King's land.

    Little Wittenham
    Witeham: Abingdon Abbey. Church, mill.

    Littleworth
    Ordia: King's land; Alfsi and Alfgeat from the king.

    Lollingdon
    Lolindone: Richard Poynant.
    Lollingdon Farm; Lollingdon Hill.

    Long Wittenham
    Witeham: Walter Giffard, formerly Queen Edith.
    Church on the site of an ancient barrow. Saxon remnants found.

    Longworth
    Ordam: Abingdon Abbey. Church, fishery.
    Partly Norman church. Rector was once RD Blackmore, author of Lorna Doone.

    Losfield
    Losfelle:
    Lost.

    Lyford
    Linford: Abingdon Abbey; Walter Giffard and Reginald from the abbey.
    Lyford Grange, an Elizabethan house.

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    Maidenhead
    Elentone: Giles, brother of Ansculf; Hugh and Landri from him.
    Ancient earthworks at Maidenhead Thickett.

    Marcham
    Mercha: Abingdon Abbey; Askell. 10 hides; land for 10 ploughs. Church; mill; meadow. Value 12 10s.

    Midgham
    Migeham: Giles, brother of Ansculf; Aelmer, Rayner and Gilbert from him. Mill.

    Milton
    Midde(l)tune: Abingdon Abbey; Azelin and Reginald from the Abbey. 2 mills.

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