Charming; noted for its medieval centre.
|Nedreham: Archbishop Lanfranc. 2 mills.
Iron Age fort on Boddington Hill. Baron Alfred de Rothschild built Halton House, now an RAF establishment, in 1841.
|Haltone: Archbishop of Canterbury. Mill.
Mill at Hambleden Mill End. The 17th century manor house owned by Viscount Hambleden, was the birthplace of the 7th Earl Cardigan who commanded the Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaclava (1854).
|Hambledene: Queen Matilda. Mill, fishery (1,000 eels).
Now 2 villages, Great Hampden, with 14th century Hampden House with parkland and a section of Iron Age Grim's Ditch earthwork, and Little Hampden.
|Hamdena: Odbert from William FitzAnsculf.
The 12th century church has the grave of a prizefighter who died here in 1830 after an illegal 47-round bare-knuckle contest.
|Hamescle: Winemar the Fleming. Mill.
|Herould / Herulfmede: Hugh from Walter Giffard; Harvey, Payne and Baldwin from William FitzAnsculf; Hugh de Bolbec; Morcar from Countess Judith.
On a green; 17th century manor house.
|Harduic(h): Aelmer from Count of Mortain; William from Miles Crispin; Thurstan FitzRolf.
|Herdewelle: William Peverel. 6 hides and 3 virgates. Teuthael holds from him. Land for 8 ploughs; in lordship 3. 16 villagers, 4 smallholders, 4 slaves. Meadow. Value now 100s; TRE £7. Alwin, a thane of King Edward's, held this manor.
|Havresham: William Peverel. Mill (75 eels).
|Helpestorp / trope: Helgot from Mainou le Breton; Aelmer from Count of Mortain.
Furniture manufacturing town; earthworks; Wycombe Abbey public school.
|Wicumbe: Robert d'Oilly from his wife's holding. 6 mills.
|Ilesdone / Ulesdone: Ranulf from Count of Mortain; Hugh from Walter Giffard. Mill.
Near Maidenhead. Hitcham Park is the site of a manor house where Elizabeth I was entertained, 1602.
|Hucheham: Ralph and Roger from Miles Crispin.
Remote; thatched cottages; Jacobean manor house.
|Hochestone: Payne from William FitzAnsculf.
Traces of an ancient moat near Hogshaw Farm.
|Hocsaga: William Peverel.
|Holedene / Holendene: Payne from William FitzAnsculf; Nigel from Miles Crispin.
|Horsede(u)ne: Roger and Robert from Bishop of Bayeux; Ralph from Count of Mortain; Harding from the king. Mill.
Horton (in Ivinghoe)
|Hortone: Alstan from Count of Mortain; Swarting from Gilbert de Ghent; Miles Crispin.
Horton (near Slough)
|Hortune: Walter FitzOthere. Mill.
Disraeli lived at Hughenden Manor, 1847-81.
|Huchedene: William FitzOger from Bishop of Bayeux.