Moated Saleby Manor, now a farm.
|Salebi / by: Gilbert de Ghent; Hugh FitzBaldric.|
|Salmundebi: Earl Hugh. 9 mills (with Brinkhill, etc.).|
Now 3 villages, Saltfleetby All saints, St. Clements and St. Peter.
|Salflatebi: King's land; Bishop of Durham; Alfred of Lincoln and William from him; Rayner de Brimou; William Blunt. Ship toll.|
Farmsteads of High and Low Stanton.
|San(c)tone: Roger de Bully; Gilbert de Ghent; Guy de Craon and Alfred from him.|
|Sapretone: King's land; Ivo Tailbois. Church (with Braceby).|
|Saleclif: Abbot of Peterborough and Ralph from him; Roger de Bully; Gilbert de Ghent and Robert from him. Church (with Appleby, etc.), another church.|
Saxby All Saints
|Saxebi: Ivo Tailbois and Roger from him. 3 fisheries.|
Saxby (near Fillingham)
|Sassebi: King's land; Eudo FitzSpirwic. 2 mills.|
|Scamelesbi: Ivo Tailbois.|
|Scanton(e) / tune: Gilbert de Ghent. Church, mill.|
Suburb of Grimsby; church with a Saxon tower.
|Scarhou: Bishop of Bayeux. 3 churches, 2 mills (with Bradley and Laceby).|
|Seal(l)ebi: Ivo Tailbois; Colsuan and Alfred from him; Gocelin FitzLanbert and Baldric from him; Ralph Pagnell; Osbern d'Arcis; Durand Malet; Odo the Arblaster.|
|Scap(e)uic / Scapewic: Walter d'Aincourt; Norman d'Arci; Heppo the Arblaster. Church, 6½ mills (with Kirkby Green).|
|Sco(l)torne / Scotstorne: Abbot of Peterborough; Ilbert de Lacy; Colsuan; Norman d'Arci; Ranulf de St. Valery. Church, mill.|
Once a market town. Its church was given to Peterborough Abbey by the King of Mercia in the 7th century; some Saxon work remains.
|Scot(e)re: Abbot of Peterborough, formerly Aschil from King Edward. Mill and part of 2 mills, 2 fisheries.|
|Scaltorp: Abbot of Peterborough.|
|Scache(r)torp: Robert de Tosny; Guy de Craon.|
|Scotone / tune: Abbot of Peterborough and Richard from him; Ivo Tailbois and Gocelin from him; Roger de Poitou; Guy de Craon. Mill-site.|
|Wilgebi: Gilbert de Ghent; Guy de Raimbeaucourt; Guy de Craon. Church.|
5 moated sites, 3 with water; 2-arched packhorse bridge.
|Scredinctun / intune: Gilbert de Ghent; Robert of Stafford and Gulfered from him. Church.|
Deer park. The lord of the manor has the right, granted by William the Conqueror, to act as Grand Champion of England; a standard bearer at coronations.
|Scriv(v)elesbi: King's land; Robert the Steward. Church, mill.|
|Screnbi: Bishop of Durham and Fenchel, the pre-Conquest holder, from him; Gilbert de Ghent; Eudo FitzSpirwic. Church.|
Large industrial town.
|Escumetorp: King's land; Abbot of Peterborough.|
|Seurebi / Sourebi: King's land; Count Alan; Durand Malet. Church, mill.|
|Sechebroc: Robert Malet. 3 mills.|
Fishponds; well. St. Gilbert, son of a Norman knight called Jocelin, was born here in 1083 and founded a priory in 1131; traces of the foundations remain.
|S(e)pingeham / Stepingeham: Robert de Tosny; Gilbert de Ghent; Alfred of Lincoln and Gocelin from him. Church (with Aslackby).|
Church with a Norman nave and doorway.
|Sibolci: Ivo Tailbois. Church.|
Manor House Farm; Bull Mound; church with a Norman font.
|Wilgebi: Bishop of Durham and Almod from him; Bishop of Lincoln and Ralph from him; Gilbert de Ghent; Waldin le Breton; Odo the Arblaster and Colegrim from him; Robert of Stafford and Godwin from him. Church, and ½ church (with Kirkby la Thorpe).|
|Sisse: Bishop of Bayeux and Ilbert from him; Roger de Poitou; Rayner de Brimou. Church.|
Large seaside resort.
|Tric: Count Alan; Eudo FitzSpirwic; Robert the Steward.|
|Scheldingchope / Schellingop: Baldwin the Fleming.|
Giant's Barrow, built 1800BC, nearby.
|Scheueldebi: Gilbert de Ghent. Church, 2 mills.|
Once a thriving port, now a mile from the sea.
|Sc(h)itebroc: King's land; Bishop of Durham and St. Calais from him; William Blunt.|
Green; Saxon masonry and Norman columns in the church.
|Schellintune / Schillintone / tune: King's land; Archbishop of York and Walchelin and Osbern from him; Guy de Craon; Carle, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. ½ church, mill.|
House; manor farm.
|Schinende: Robert of Stafford and Colegrim from him.|
Part of Boston.
|Sc(h)irebec: Count Alan; Eudo FitzSpirwic. 2 churches, 2 fisheries.|
|Lodeby / Slodebi: Bishop of Durham; Ivo Tailbois; Gilbert de Ghent; Hugh FitzBaldric and Guy his son-in-law from him.|
|Snardesforde / Sner(t)eforde / Suardesforde: Bishop of Durham and Colsuan from him; Mainard and Thorald from Roger de Poitou; Ralph Pagnell.|
|Esnelent / Snelesunt: Archbishop of York; William de Percy and Waldin from him; Gocelin FitzLanbert and Rayner from him.|
|Esnetrebi / Snetrebi: King's land; Ivo Tailbois; Gocelin FitzLanbert; Heppo the Arblaster.|
Somerby (in Corringham)
|Sum(m)erdebi / Summertebi: King's land; Count Alan; Ivo Tailbois; Geoffrey de La Guerche.|
Somerby (near Howsham)
|Sum(m)ertebi: Earl Hugh; William de Percy.|
Now 2 villages, North and South Somercotes.
|Summercotes: King's land; Roger de Poitou; Rayner de Brimou; Ilbert de Lacey from Bishop of Bayeux. Mill.|
Birthplace of Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-92).
|Summerdebi: Gocelin FitzLanbert. ½ mill.|
Ruined Somerton Castle.
|Summertune: Alfred of Lincoln and Gocelin from him.|
Norman chancel arch in the church.
|Sotebi: Bishop of Bayeux and Ralph from him. Church.|
|Catebi: Bishop of Durham and Turstin from him; Roger de Poitou; Alfred of Lincoln and William from him; William Blunt.|
|Carletone / tune: Bishop of Bayeux and Ralph the Sewer and Gilbert de Ghent from him; Colsuan and Mathew, Colsuan's man, from him; Sortebrand from the king.|
Small busy town. Chalk and limestone cliffs provide material for its cement and tile industry.
|Berebi: Gilbert Tison and Anschitil from him. Church, mill.|
|Hicham: Baldwin the Fleming. 3 fisheries.|
|Colesi: King's land; Roger de Poitou and Roger from him.|
Church with some Saxon work.
|Chime: King's land; Gilbert de Ghent and Egbriht from him. 2 churches, 6 fishponds, 3 fisheries.|
|Ormesbi: Archbishop of York; Earl Hugh; Norman d'Arci and Herbert from him. Mill.|
Southorpe (in Edenham) Lost.
Southorpe (in Northorne)
|Altera Torp: King's land; Roger de Poitou.|
|Sudtrie / Sutrei(e): Bishop of Bayeux; Bishop of Lincoln and Osbern his clerk from him; Roger de Poitou; Gilbert de Ghent. 2 fisheries.|
Laid out by William Burn in Tudor style in the mid-19th century.
|Sudstoches: King's land. 2 mills (with North Stoke).|
|Toresby: Earl Hugh. 6 mills (with Belleau, etc.).|
|Archbishop of York and William from him; Bishop of Bayeux; Rayner de Brimou.|
|Widme / Wim(m)e: Alfred of Lincoln and Gleu, Alfred's man, from him; Countess Judith; Ernuin the priest from the king in alms. 1½ churches.|
|Spane(s)bi: Colsuan; Oger le Breton.|
|Spilesbi: Bishop of Durham. 2 mills (with Eresby, etc.).|
Part of Grantham; Spittlegate Farm.
|Nongetune / Nongtone: King's land; St. Wlfrann of Grantham and Bishop Osmund of Salisbury. Mill.|
|Sperlin(c)tone / Spredelintone: Count Alan; Colsuan.|
Church with a Saxon tower.
|Springetorp: King's land. Church (with Corringham).|
|Stigandebi: Alfred of Lincoln.|
Stainfield (in Hacconby)
Site of a Roman settlement.
|Steintune / Stentuith: Oger le Breton; Heppo the Arblaster. Church, mill.|
Stainfield (near Lincoln)
|Stain / Steinfelde: William de Percy.|
Stainton (near Lincoln)
Roman road nearby.
|Staintune: Earl Hugh and Osbern from him. Mill.|
Stainton (in Waddingham) Lost.
Stainton le Vale
|Stainton(e): William de Percy and Alulf from him; Hugh FitzBaldric; Drogo de Beuvriere and Geoffrey from him; Rayner de Brimou. Mill, 2 mill-sites.|
The Mercian King Offa is thought to have held his court here 12 centuries ago. The church has a monument to Anne Askew, martyred at the stake in 1546 for nonconformity; she wanted a divorce.
|Stalin(ge)burg / Stanlingeburg: Archbishop of York and Herbert from him; Bishop of Bayeux; Hugh FitzBaldric; Norman d'Arci. ½ church, 3½ mills, 2 sites, 4½ salt-pans, ½ slaughter house.|
Town that became rich from the wool trade and was once the capital of the Fens. It has a fine market place, medieval gateway and a ruined Norman castle.
|Stanford: King's land, formerly Queen Edith; Brand; Ulchetel FitzMerwine; Hugh Musard; Eudo the Sewer; Gunfrid de Chocques; Countess Judith; Abbot of Peterborough; Alfred; Guy de Raimbeaucourt. 4 churches, 3½ mills.|
Norman work in the church.
|Stapleforde: Bishop of Bayeux and Tor from him; Osbern from Countess Judith. Church.|
Now 2 villages, Great and Little Steeping.
|Stepi(nge): Gilbert de Ghent; Count Alan; Ivo tailbois; Robert the steward. 3 churches, 4 mills.|
Part of Swineshead; Estovening Hall.
|Steveninge: Count Alan and Geoffrey from him; Robert de Vessey. 8 salt-pans, fishery (200 eels).|
Lock on the Grantham Canal.
|Stanwald / walt: Robert Malet. Mill.|
|Stiveton(e): Ilbert from Bishop of Bayeux; Alfred of Lincoln.|
|Stichesforde: Ivo Tailbois. Church.|
Vegetable growing area.
|Stichenai: Ivo Tailbois. Church.|
|Stigeswald(e) / walt: Ivo Tailbois; Alfred of Lincoln; Waldin le Breton. 2 fisheries.|
|Stoche(s): Count Alan and Colegrim from him; Drogo de Beuvriere. 4 mills.|
Stow (near Torksey)
Anglo-Saxon and Norman church; Stow Park. St. Etheldreda is said to have stayed here.
|Stou: Bishop of Lincoln and William de Percy from him; Count Alan; Ilbert de Lacey; Gilbert de Ghent; Gocelin FitzLanbert; Ralph de Latimer (3 mansions). Church, 3 iron works.|
Stow (in Threekingham)
|Stou: Gilbert de Ghent and Robert from him. Church.|
Manor farm; church with a Norman arch.
|Stroustune: Drogo de Beuvriere and Guy, Archbishop Thomas, and Hugh de Grandmesnil from him. Church.|
Strubby (in Langton by Wragby)
|Strubi: Bishop of Bayeux; Ivo Tailbois; Roger de Poitou; Rayner de Brimou.|
Strubby (near Maltby le March)
RAF station nearby.
|Strobi: Bishop of Bayeux; Count Alan; Gilbert de Ghent; Hugh FitzBaldric.|
|Stobetun / Stubetune: Norman d'Arci and Gamelin from him; Geoffrey Alselin. Church.|
Sturton (in Scawby)
|Str(i)tone: Ivo Tailbois; Colsuan and Alfred from him; Ralph Pagnell; Osbern d'Arcis and Alfred his man from him; Durand Malet and Alfred his man from him.|
Sturton (near Torksey)
|Stratone: Ilbert from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Suburb of Lincoln.
|Sudbroc / Sutbroc: Abbot of Peterborough; Colsuan; Colsuan from the king. Mill.|
|Suerefelt: Heppo the Arblaster. 2 salt-pans.|
Sutton (in Great Sturton) Lost.
Sutton le Moor
Now Sutton on Sea, a seaside resort. Traces of Iron Age salt workings and other medieval traces by the sea shore indicate that the early village was submerged.
|Sudtone / Su(d)tune: Archbishop of York; Count Alan; Earl Hugh; Eudo FitzSpirwic; Chetelbern from the king.|
|Suabi: Earl Hugh. 6 mills (with Bellay, etc.).|
|Sualan: Archbishop of York; Bishop of Bayeux; Count Alan and Picot from him; Roger de Poitou and Wimund from him; Alfred of Lincoln.|
|Suarrebi: Odo the Arblaster; Guy de Craon and Vitalis from him. ½ church.|
Swaton fen; moated site.
|Suavetone / Suavi(n)tone: Colsuan; Robert de Vessey; Guy de Craon and Warner from him.|
|Suafeld: Bishop of Lincoln.|
RAF station nearby.
|Suindrebi / Sunderby: Countess Judith; Colegrim.|
Neolithic long barrows nearby.
|Suinhope: Count Alan; Norman d'Arci; Odo the Arblaster. Mill.|
|Suamestede / Suinham / stede: Bishop of Lincoln; Walter d'Aincourt and Odo from him; Ralph Pagnell; Countess Judith; Ragenald, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
Swinthorpe (in Snelland)
|Sonetorp: King's land; Archbishop of York; Gocelin FitzLanbert.|
Park; church with a Norman tower.
|Sidestan / Sidestham: Ivo Tailbois; Guy de Raimbeaucourt. Church, 6 mills.|