Pretty; manor house; mill.
|Wadenho: Aubrey from Bishop of Coutances; Roger from Peterborough Abbey. 2 mills (65 eels).|
In ancient Whittlewood Forest.
|Wacafeld: Ralph the Steward from Count Alan.|
On the edge of Rockingham Forest.
|Wacherlei: Eudo FitzHubert. Mill.|
|Waldgrave / Wold(e)grave: King's land; Robert from Count of Mortain; Fulchere from Countess Judith.|
Lonely; Mill House Farm.
|Wal(e)tone: William from Bishop of Bayeux; Ralph from Count of Mortain. Mill.|
|Wapeham: Giles brother of Ansculf. Mill.|
|Werchintone: St. Edmund's Abbey; formerly Countess Aelfeve mother of Earl Morcar. Mill.|
Pretty; stone-built manor house; mill.
|War / Werminstone: Peterborough Abbey, and 2 men-at-arms from the Abbey. Mill (325 eels).|
|Wat / Wadford: Gilbert Cook. Mill.|
|Wedone: Count of Mortain; Hugh de Grandmesnil, in exchange for Watford. 2 mills.|
Remains of fishponds. The poet Edith Sitwell was buried here in 1964.
|Wedone: Giles brother of Ansculf. Mill.|
|Wiclei: King's land. Mill.|
Roman villa nearby; the Romans were the first to work the much-valued local stone.
|Wale(s)done / Weledene / Weledone: Robert de Bucy; Olaf from the king.|
Brick-built; manor house.
|Wellesford: Alfred from Geoffrey de La Guerche.|
Victorian brick-built town, a centre of footwear and clothing industries. Earlier buildings include the largely Jacobean Croyland Abbey. Mills.
|Wedlingeberie / Wendle(s)berie: Norigot from Bishop of Coutances; Crowland Abbey; Hugh and Gilbert from Countess Judith. 3 mills.|
Georgian manor house.
|Waletone / Weletone / Welintone: Wulfmer the pre-Conquest holder from Count of Mortain; Osbern from Hugh de Grandmesnil; Leofric, the pre-Conquest holder from Countess Judith. Mill.|
Suburb of Peterborough; Georgian hall.
|Widerintone: Peterborough Abbey and 4 of the men-at-arms from the Abbey.|
|Ferendon(e): Ralph from Count of Mortain; Hugh de Grandmesnil.|
|Ecdone / E(d)done: Coventry Abbey; William Peverel; Gunfrid de Chocques.|
Weston by Welland
|Westone: Robert de Bucy; Countess Judith.|
Part of Northampton.
|Westone: King's land; Grestain Abbey; Count of Mortain and Walter from him; John from Gunfrid de Chocques.|
|Woltone: Count of Mortain. Mill.|
Quiet. King John may have used the Moat House, which has remains of a bailey.
|Wice(n)tone: Ramsey Abbey; Countess Judith. Mill.|
|Wicha / Wiche: Roger from Robert d'Oilly; Mainou le Breton.|
|Wilberdestone / Wilbertestone: King's land. Robert de Tosny.|
Elizabethan manor house. Sir Thomas Malory, author of the Morte d'Arthur (1469-70), was Lord of Winwick Manor.
|Winewic(he): Coventry Abbey; William Peverel.|
Swamped by housing estates; RAF station; Saxon church.
|Wit(h)eringham: Ansketel from Peterborough Abbey. Mills.|
|Wilavestone: Gunfrid de Chocques; Countess Judith and Corbelin from her. 2 mills.|
Woodford (near Denford)
Rectory Farm, formerly the manor house. Generel Charles Arbuthnot and his diarist wife, friends of the Duke of Wellington, lived at Woodford House in the early 19th century.
|Wodeford: Ralph from Bishop of Coutances; Roger, Hugh and Siward from Peterborough Abbey. Mill.|
Transformed by the arrival of railway, now quiet again.
|Wodeford: Richard from Hugh de Grandmesnil. Mill.|
|Niwetone: Reginald from Eustace of Huntingdon. Mill.|
|Witone: Winemar from Walter the Fleming and Countess Judith.|
Towers, the remains of a small house built in the early 17th century for Thomas Cecil, son of Lord Burghley.
|Wri(d)torp: Alwin from Peterborough Abbey; Crowland Abbey; Robert from Countess Judith. Mill.|
Wythemail Park Farm with part of a moat was perhaps the old manor house.
|Widmale: Fulchere from Walter the Fleming.|