Remains of a great Cistercian abbey founded in 1246.
|Heile: William Leofric. Mill.|
|Hagenepene / Hagepine: Ansgar from Archbishop of York.|
Suburb of Bristol.
|Hanun: Hunbald from Arnulf de Hesdin.|
The first 'Borstal', opened in 1852, was in the grounds of Hardwicke Court.
|Herdeuuic: Westminster Abbey.|
Bisected by a railway line; 3000 Roman coins were found here in 1837.
|Hersefel(d): King's land.|
Lower Harford Farm.
|Hurford: Gilbert FitzTurold. Mill.|
16th century manor house.
|Harehille: Roger from Ralph de Tosny.|
|Estoch: Theobald from Bishop of Coutances.|
Much altered medieval manor house, home of the Pauncefoot family until 1598.
|Hasfelde: Thurstan FitzRolf from Westminster Abbey.|
Manor house with park and model village (1860s).
|Etherope / Hetrope: William from Roger de Lacy; Arnulf de Hesdin. Mill.|
Scattered; imposing monument to Lord Rupert Somerset, 1846.
|Havochesberie: Pershore Abbey. 3 mills.|
|Hallinge: Sigar de Chocques, formerly Countess Goda.|
Hazleton (near Northleach)
|Hasedene: Sigar de Chocques, formerly Countess Goda.|
Hazleton (in Rodmarton)
Hazleton Manor Farm.
|Hasedene: Roger d'Ivry. ½ mill.|
Gloucester. Newark House was built in 1501; behind it is the site of a Roman camp.
|Hechanestede: King's land. ½ fishery.|
Within Bristol city's boundary; Blaise Castle House, a Folk Museum; 18th century Blaise Castle.
|Henberie: Bishop of Worcester.|
Hentage In Alderton village.
Between two stretches of the Forest of Dean.
|Hiwoldestone: William FitzBaderon; this land is by the king's order, in the Forest.|
Hidcote Manor's gardens were created by Lawrence Johnston in 1905.
|Hidi / Hedecote: 2 men-at-arms from Evesham Abbey.|
Highnam Cromwellian manor house.
|Willecote: Ansketel from Bishop of Worcester.|
Manor house. Sir Francis Fust built the Great Sewer at Hill Pill in 1750.
|Hilla: King's land; Roger holds the land of Bernard the priest.|
|Hildeslei: Bernard from Thurstan FitzRolf. 3 mills.|
Hinton (in Sharpness)
Horfield Part of Bristol.
|Horselei: Troarn Church, formerly Countess Goda. Mill.|
Norman and Tudor manor house, The Court.
|Horedone: Robert de Tosny. Mill.|
Suburb of Gloucester, on a prehistoric and Roman site.
|Hochilicote: Archbishop of York. Mill.|
Hullasey Hullasey House in Tarlton.
|Huntelei: William FitzBaderon.|
Hurst Farm; Old Hurst Farm.
|Hirslege: Roger from the king.|