Now Baddiley Corner; farm.
|Bedelie: William Malbank.
Manor house; hospital; on the Wirral Peninsula.
|Bernestone: Ralph from William FitzNigel. 2 mills.
Now Great Barrow; hospital.
|Bero: William FitzNigel. 2 mills.
Scene of a massacre by the Royalists in 1643.
|Bertemeleu: William Malbank. Hawk's eyrie.
Bartington Hall Farm.
|Bertintune: Mundret and Wulfgeat from Earl Hugh.
|Berchesford: William Malbank.
|Berdeltune: William Malbank.
The ruins of a 13th century castle built by the Earl of Chester are on Beeston Rock.
|Buistane: Robert FitzHugh.
Maiden Castle, an Iron Age fort.
|Bicretone: Drogo from Robert FitzHugh.
Now 2 small villages, Bickley Town and Bickley Moss; Bickley Hall Farm.
|Bichelie: Fulk from Robert FitzHugh.
Part of Chester.
|Blachehol: Ranulf Mainwaring. Fishery.
|Blachenhale: Gilbert Hunter. Hawk's eyrie.
On Bosley Reservoir.
|Boselega: Hugh FitzNorman.
Now Bostock Green; Bostock Hall School.
|Botestoch: Richard de Vernon.
Boughton Heath, part of Chester.
|Bocstone: St. Werburgh's Church.
The church has fragments of Norman stonework.
|Bogedone: Hamo de Mascy. Church, mill. Part of Altrincham and Hale.
Bramhall On the outskirts of Stockport. The grounds of the old hall are now a museum and park.
Former cotton town.
|Bretberie: Wulfric, the pre-Conquest holder, from Richard de Vernon. Hawk's eyrie.
Now Brereton Green; 16th century Brereton Hall.
|Bretone: Gilbert Hunter and 2 of his men from him. Mill.
Hall on the River Gowy.
|Tro(s)ford: St. Werburgh's Church before and after 1066.
Now Broomhall Green.
|Brunhala: William Malbank.
Broxton Old Farm.
|Brosse: Roger and Picot from Robert FitzHugh.
Buerton (near Audlem)
Buerton Hall; Buerton Moss hamlet nearby.
|Burtune: William Malbank. Hawk's eyrie.
Pleasant; now merging with Lower Bunbury and Bunbury Heath hamlet.
|Boleberie: Robert FitzHugh.
Burton (near Tarvin)
|Burtone: Bishop of Chester before and after 1066.
Now 2 villages, Burwardsley and Higher Burwardsley, at the foot of Peckforton Hills.
|Burwardeslei: Humphrey from Robert FitzHugh.
|Bote / Butelege: Robert FitzHugh; Wulfric from Earl Hugh.
|Bevelei: Hugh FitzNorman.