Fenland. After the deaths of the witches of Warboys in 1593, Henry Cromwell, Oliver's son, paid a Cambridge lecturer to preach against witchcraft each year in Huntingdon, a custom that continued until 1814.
|Wardebusc: Ramsey Abbey. Church.|
On a wooded ridge; Waresley Park.
|Wederesle, Wedreslei(e): Thorold from Swei of Essex; Roger from Eustace the Sheriff; Ranulf brother of Ilger from William FitzAnsculf.|
17th century Water Newton House.
|Newetone: Thorney Abbey. Church, 2 mills.|
Now 2 villages, East and West Perry, on Grafham Water; sailing club; ornithological centre.
|Pirie: Eustace the Sheriff. Church.|
|Winewiche / wincle: Odilard the Larderer from Eustace the Sheriff.|
Timber-framed, pargetted houses; 16th century farm.
|Wistou: Ramsey Abbey. Church, mill.|
Ruins of a castle, possibly built by Henry de Mandeville.
|Waltune: Hugh de Bolbec from Earl William. Church.|
Part of Peterborough.
|Wodestun: Thorney Abbey. Church.|
Manor house; rectory; cottages.
|Cilvelai: Eustace the Sheriff. Golde and her son Wulfric, the pre-Conquest holders.|
17th century houses.
|Witune: Ramsey Abbey. Church, mill.|