Hammoon Ancient; 15th century thatched manor house.
Parish on the outskirts of Bournemouth.
|Ham / a / e: King's land; Aiulf the Chamberlain; William Chernet from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip; Thorkel from the king.|
|Hanford: Count of Mortain.|
Part of Frampton.
|Havocumbe: King's land; St. Stephen's of Caen.|
On the site of a Roman villa.
|Hemedesworde / wrde: Humphrey the Chamberlain; Hubert from Count of Mortain.|
|Herestune / a: Roger Arundel; Geoffrey Scullion.|
|Aelfatune Hafeltone: William de Braose.|
|Eltone: Abbotsbury Abbey. Mill. 400 sheep, 25 goats.|
|Hinetone: King's land, formerly Countess Goda. 2 mills.|
Hinton St. Mary
Ancient manor house.
|Haintone: Shaftesbury Abbey. Mill.|
East Hilton Farm near Holton Heath.
|Holtone: William de Braose.|
Holwell (in Radipole)
|Halegewelle: Count of Mortain.|
|Holverde / a: Milton Abbey. 4 cows, 224 sheep. Sester of honey.|
Hooke Ruins of ancient Hooke Court.
Horton 18th century folly, Horton Tower. The Duke of Monmouth was captured in a ditch nearby.
Locality; ancient Harp Stone.
|Herpere / a: Wife of Hugh FitzGrip.|
17th century manor house.
|Abristetone / a: King's land. 4 cows.|
|Elsangtone: Earl Hugh. Mill.|
Iwerne Courtney (or Shroten)
At the foot of 600ft Hambledon Hill (with its Iron Age fort), where General Wolfe trained his troops before scaling the Heights of Abraham to attack Quebec in 1759.
|Werne: Baldwin the Sheriff. 2 mills.|
|Euneminstre: Shaftesbury Abbey. 3 mills.|
17th century Stepleton House.
|Werne / Iwerna: William de Mohun. 282 sheep.|
Pretty; oil well at Kimmeridge Bay.
|Cameric: Cerne Abbey; Richard from William de Braose. 2 cows, 250 sheep.|
Possibly Higher Kingcombe.
|Chimedecombe: Arnulf de Hesdin; the king's thanes, the pre-Conquest holders.|
Kingston (in Corfe Castle)
|Chingestone: Shaftesbury Abbey.|
Now Kington Magna.
|Chintone: Ketel from the king; Ranulf from Waleran; Arnulf de Hesdin.|
The Knowlton Circles, a sacred neolithic henge. The ruins of a 12th century church lie inside one circle, Knowlton Farm is circled by another.
|Chenoltone / una: King's land; Ansger from Count of Mortain. Mill.|
Possibly Langford in West Farley.
|Langeford: St. Mary's Cranborne.|
A 16th century pub. One of only 14 villages in Britain to be 'doubly thankful'; that is, to have seen the safe return of all its inhabitants who fought in both world wars.
|Langetone / a / uetona: King's land; the wife of Hugh FitzGrip. 170 sheep.|
|Blandford / Blaneford / Bleneford: Dodman from Count of Mortain; Roger Tilly from Roger Arundel; Edwin from the king. Mill.|
|Werne: Edwin the king's thane. Mill.|
Leigh (Colehill) 15th century cross. Remains of a turf maze nearby, said to have been the haunt of witches.
|Lewelle / Liwelle: Brictwin and Hugh from the king.|
|Liteltone: Bretel from Count of Mortain. Mill.|
Bronze Age burial chambers.
|Litelbride / a: Cerne Abbey. 550 sheep.|
Little Puddle Lost.
|Windresorie / a: William de Mohun.|
Saxon field systems nearby.
|Lodres: King's land; Count of Mortain; the wife of Hugh FitzGrip; Aelfric and Brictric from the king. 2 mills.|
Prehistoric earthworks nearby.
|Langebride / a: Cerne Abbey. Mill. 353 sheep, 20 goats.|
Isolated, at foot of Crichel Down.
|Circel: William d'Eu; Aiulf the Chamberlain. Mill.|
Lulworth (East and West)
Ruined castle. The first post-Reformation Roman Catholic church was built here.
|Luluorde / worde: King's land. Count of Mortain; Aiulf the Chamberlain. 4 mills.|
Lyscombe Farm. A nearby ruined 12th century chapel and priest's house were associated with Milton Abbey.
|Liscome / a: Milton Abbey.|
Lytchett Matravers Ancient. Becoming a suburb of Bournemouth and Poole. Sir John Matravers, buried in the 13th century church, was Edward II's gaoler and probable murderer.
|Newetone: Waleran. 2 mills.|
|Manitone: Count of Mortain.|
Georgian manor house.
|Manestone: Waleran from the king. 2 mills.|
Mapperton (in Almer)
|Mapledretone: Shaftesbury Abbey. 30 goats.|
Mapperton (near Beaminster)
Mapperton House, a 16th century manor house. The original village was wiped out during the plague of 1665.
|Malperetone / Malperretona: Arnulf de Hesdin; William de Mohun. Mill.|
|Mapledre: King's land; Count of Mortain; Hugh from William d'Eu; Bolle the priest from the king.|
Stone, thatched houses.
|Wintreburne: Wife of Hugh FitzGrip. 380 sheep.|
|Meleberie: Shaftesbury Abbey. 4 mills.|
Also Melbury Osmond.
|Melesberie / leberie: Dodman from Count of Mortain; Roger Arundel; Urse from Arnulf de Hesdin; Brictwin from the king.|
Milborne St. Andrew
On a Roman road.
|Meleburne: Matthew de Mortagne.|
Milborne Stileham Lost.
Demolished and rebuilt a mile away from its original site by the Earl of Dorchester in the 18th century. He turned the medieval Milton Abbey into a grand house, now a public school.
|Mideltune / ona: Milton Abbey. Mill. 50 goats, 450 sheep.|
Milton on Stour
Nearby Purns Mill was painted by Constable.
|Miltetone / Mideltone: Godmund the king's thane, the pre-Conquest holder; Roger from William de Falaise.|
|Mordaat: Fulcred from the king.|
Moor Crichel Moved here in the 18th century when Crichel House was landscaped.
|Mordone / -a / Mordune: Robert from Count of Mortain; Aiulf the Chamberlain; William Chernet from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip; Wulfric from the king. 2 mills.|
T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) is buried here.
|Mourtune: Robert from Count of Mortain; Brictwin from the king. Mill.|
|Mortestorne: Richard de Reviers. Mill.|
Lost in Swanage.
|Moleham: Durand Carpenter, the king's servant.|
Stone-built; mill-see on the River Brit; once a centre for flax milling.
|Niderberie: Monks of Sherborne. 2 mills.|
Near Powerstock Castle.
|Netelcome / a: Cerne Abbey.|
|Nortforde / Nodford / -a: King's land; William Belette from the king.|
|Iland / Inlande: Count of Mortain; Thurstan FitzRolf.|
The ruined church was a chapel for the monks of Sherborne.
|Wocburne: Monks of Sherborne. Mill.|
|Adford: St. Mary's Glastonbury. Mill.|
West Orchard Farm.
|Hocerd: Wife of Hugh FitzGrip.|
Stone, thatched cottages, manor house. The figure of George III is cut into the chalk down above the village.
|Osmentone: Milton Abbey. Mill.|
|Ora: Milton Abbey. 13 saltworkers.|
13th century Court House, scene of a treacherous murder in the 16th century.
|Ogre: Matthew de Mortagne. Mill.|
Pentridge Remote; the Trantridge of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbevilles.
|Petrishesham: Odo FitzEverbold; Isolde. Mill.|
Stone-built, thatched houses.
|Pidele: Abbey of Marmoutier; Count of Mortain.|
|Pidrie: St. Peter's Winchester. 3 mills.|
Tudor manor house.
|Pilesdone: Edric the king's thane.|
Pimperne Neolithic barrow nearby.
|Plumbere: Swein, the king's thane, and Ralph from him.|
Now North Poorton; thatched cottages.
|Povertone / -a / Povrtone / Powrtone / -a / Bovetone: Abbotsbury Abbey; Tavistock Abbey; Arnulf de Hesdin; Roger Arundel; David the Interpreter. Mill. 1 mare, 32 goats.|
17th century manor house, home of Admiral Hardy who fought with Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar.
|Portesham: Abbotsbury Abbey; the wife of Hugh FitzGrip.|
The Isle of Portland, famous for stone quarrying and its naval base.
|Porland: King's land. 900 sheep.|
In the danger area of the Lulworth army firing ranges.
|Povintone: Robert FitzGerald. Mill.|
Earthwork of Norman Powerstock Castle; Iron Age fort nearby.
|Povrestoch / a: Hugh from Roger Arundel. 16 goats.|
17th century manor house.
|Pocheswelle / a: Cerne Abbey and Hugh's wife from the abbey.|
|Ponditone / a: William from Count of Mortain. Mill.|
Preston (in Tarrant Rushton)
|Prestetune: Bishop of Lisieux.|
|Pretone: King's land; Bolle the priest. 2 mills.|
|Poleham: Reinbald the priest from the king; William de Mohun. 15 goats, 170 sheep.|
16th century manor house.
|Pomaconole / a: William de Moutiers from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip. Mill.|
Purbeck Possibly Purbeck Hill or land in vanished Purbeck Hundred.
15th century Purse Caundle Manor. An earlier house was given by King John to John Alleyn who looked after sick or injured royal hounds.
|Candel / e: Saeward from the king; Athelney Abbey; Alfred the Butler.|
|Retpole / a: Cerne Abbey.|
Jacobean manor house.
|Ramesham: Bishop of Bayeux.|
Ranston House in Shroton village.
|Iwerne: Robert from Robert FitzGerald.|
|Romescumbe / Romescumba: Cerne Abbey. 2 cows, 250 wethers.|
Deserted; medieval village.
|Ringestede / hestede / -a: Hugh de St. Quintin; Hugh and Ralph from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip; Brictric from the king. ½ mill.|
|Ragintone / a: Robert Tilly from Roger Arundel.|
|Ristone / a: William de Braose; Odo FitzEverbold; 2 men-at-arms from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip; Alward and Edric from the king. 4 sesters of honey.|
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