|Aburne / Haburne: King's land; Earl Hugh; Ivo Tailbois; William de Percy and Norman from him; Alfred of Lincoln and Ralph from him; Norman d'Arci; Ernis de Burun. Salt-pans (with Newsham), mill.|
Hacconby Fen; church with a Norman font.
|Hacone(s)bi / Hacunesbi: Bishop of Lincoln; Oger le Breton; Robert of Stafford and Gulfar from him; Heppo the Arblaster. Church.|
Roman villa ruins.
|Hazebi: Gilbert de Ghent; Waldin le Breton and Godwin and Guy de Craon from him; Odo the Arblaster.|
Near Roman Ermine Street.
|Agetorne / Hagetorne / torn / e: Archbishop of York and William from him; Roger de Poitou; Colsuan; Gocelin FitzLanbert; Martin; Waldin the engineer. Church, 4 mills.|
|Hadinctone / tune: Robert de Tosny and Warin from him; Baldwin the Fleming. Church.|
|Hagenebi: Ivo Tailbois; Eudo Spirwic.|
Mill Mound; church with a Norman pillar; early barrow.
|Haberdingham / Hacberdincham / Hacberding(e)ham: Count Alan and Eudo from him; Earl Hugh; Gilbert de Ghent; Gocelin FitzLanbert; Drogo de Beuvriere and Robert from him. Church, 3 mills, 9 mills (with Brinkhill etc.).|
Hainton Hall and Park, landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th century.
|Gaintone / Haintone / -tune(e): Archbishop of York and William from him; Bishop of Bayeux and Ilbert from him; Roger de Poitou and Hacon and Albert from him; Gocelin Alfred of Lincoln; Rayner de Brimou.|
Now 2 villages, Great and Little Hale.
|Hale: Gilbert de Ghent and Ralph from him.|
Fine thatched Elizabethan inn.
|Holtham: King's land; Robert the Steward. 2 mills.|
|Haltun: Count Alan and Eudo from him; Ivo Tailbois. Church, 4 mills.|
|Hermodestorp: Gilbert de Ghent; Oger le Breton; Herpo the Arblaster and Simund from him.|
Hardwick (in Panton) Lost.
Hardwick (near Torksey)
On Fosdyke Navigation Canal; manor farm.
|Harduic: King's land and Berengar de Tosny, Roger de Bully and Bishop of Lincoln from the king. 11 fisheries (with Torksey).|
Restored cross on the green; Harlaxton Manor.
|Herlavestune: King's land. 2 mills.|
Church with an early tower and an Anglo-Saxon cross shaft and crucifixion.
|Hermestune / Hermodestone / tune: Earl Hugh; Norman d'Arci; Ralph de Mortimer. Church, fishery (50 score eels and 5).|
Church with an Anglo-Saxon tower and Norman font.
|Herpeswelle: King's land; Archbishop of York and William from him; Gocelin FitzLanbert. ½ church.|
Part of Grantham.
|Herigerbi: King's land; Count Alan and Godric from him; Algar, the pre-Conquest holder, from Guy de Craon. 2 mills (with Horbling).|
|Havoldestorp: Gilbert de Ghent and Roger from him. Marsh.|
|Hadeclive: Count Alan. 2 mills.|
Church with an 11th century chancel arch.
|Hag(h)e: Bishop of Durham and William from him; Earl Hugh. 20 salt-pans (with Calceby, etc.).|
|Hecham: Earl Hugh and the Monks of St. Sever from him.|
Hawerby Some cottages; hall; vicarage.
|Awartorp: Alfred of Lincoln.|
On the outskirts of Grimsby, named after a nearby spring, Healing Wells.
|Hechelinge / Heg(h)elinge: Archbishop of York; Bishop of Bayeux and Wadward from him; Alfred of Lincoln and Bernard from him. ½ mill.|
Ancient cross; church with a Saxon doorway.
|Iopham: King's land. Count Alan.|
Working tower windmill.
|Echintune: King's land; Bishop of Lincoln; Gilbert de Ghent; Colsuan and Conded from him; Robert de Vessey; Guy de Craon. Church, 3 fisheries and a mill (with Ewerby Thorpe, etc.).|
|Helperi(n)cham: Ivo Tailbois; Gilbert de Ghent; Colsuan; Robert de Vessey; Godfrey de Cambrai.|
|Hamingebi: Earl Hugh and Baldric from him; Ivo Tailbois; Hugh FitzBaldric. ½ mill.|
|Helmeswelle: King's land; Bishop of Bayeux and Leosard from him; Martin.|
|Hiboldeston(e) / Hi(l)boldestou: King's land; Abbot of Peterborough; Colsuan; Outi from the king. Mill.|
Little market town with evidence of Roman occupation.
|Holebech / ben / Holobec / h: King's land; Abbot of Croyland; Count Alan and Landric from him; Guy de Craon.|
Holme (in Beckingham) Lost.
Holme (in Sudbrooke)
Modern Sulbrooke Holme.
|Holme: Abbot of Peterborough; Colsuan. Mill.|
Holme (near Bottesford)
On the outskirts of Scunthorpe; Holme Hall.
|Holm: Abbot of Peterborough. Mill.|
Holton (near Beckering)
|Houtone / tune: Archbishop of York; Gocelin FitzLanbert.|
Holton le Clay
Expanding; 11th century church tower.
|Holtone / tun: Count Alan and Wimund from him; Ivo Tailbois and Hermer from him; Rayner de Brimou and Roger from him.|
Holton le Moor
|Hoctun / (e): King's land; Ivo Tailbois and Odo from him; Roger de Poitou and Roger from him.|
Iron Age camp on the heath; church with Norman work.
|Hondintone / Hundindune / Hundinton / (e): Ivo Tailbois; Gilbert de Ghent and Fulbert from him. Church, mill-site.|
Church with a Norman tower.
|Horbelinge / Orbelinge: Walter from Archbishop of York; Count Alan and Stefan from him; Colsuan and Matthew from him; Waldin le Breton. Church and 12 mills (with Harrowby).|
Site of a Roman pavement, now in the British Museum. George Stubbs is said to have done his engravings for 'Anatomy of a Horse', 1766, in a nearby farmhouse.
|Horchetou: Gilbert de Ghent.|
Market town. Parts of the wall and bastions of the original Roman town of Banovallum remain.
|Hornecastre: King's land. 2 mills.|
|Horsi(n)tone: Earl Hugh; Ivo Tailbois; Hugh FitzBaldric.|
Church with pre-Conquest work; Anglo-Saxon cross; moated manor house.
|Hac(h)am: Bishop of Lincoln; Colsuan and William from him; Bishop Remigus from Countess Judith. Church, 3 mills, mill-site.|
Hough on the Hill
Castle Hill mound; a pagan Saxon cemetery site; church with a Saxon tower and circular outside staircase.
|Hach(e) / Hag: Count Alan; Derinc from Gilbert de Ghent. Church, 4 mills.|
|Hoc(h)tune / Hog(e)tone: Colegrim from Abbot of Peterborough; Walter d'Aincourt; Fredgis and Abbot Thorold from Colegrim. 4 mills.|
Partly Norman church with an Anglo-Saxon slab.
|Huuelle / Welle: King's land; Bishop of Lincoln; Gilbert de Ghent; Colsuan; Colegrim. Church, and a mill (with Ewerby Thorpe, etc.).|
|Usun: King's land. Count Alan.|
Small seaside town.
|Humbrestone: Ivo Tailbois.|
|Humbi: Walter d'Aincourt.|
|Hundelbi: Bishop of Durham; Ivo Tailbois. Church, mill.|
|Hungretune: Robert de Tosny.|
Evidence of a submerged prehistoric forest on the beach.
|Hoto(f)t: Earl Hugh; Alfred of Lincoln and Dodo and Bernard from him; Chetelbern from the king.|