Important market town on a Roman road, called 'the Key of the North' in Anglo-Saxon times.
|Newerc(h)e: Bishop of Lincoln, formerly Countess Godiva. 10 churches, mill, fishery.|
Newbound Farm; Newbound Cottage; Newbound Lane.
|Neubold: William Peverel.|
Part of Eastwood.
|Neutorp: Count of Mortain; William Peverel.|
|Neutone / Niuuetune: Roger de Bully; Geoffrey Alselin.|
Hall opposite Southwell on the River Greet.
|Normantun / menton: Gilbert de Ghent.|
Normanton by Clumber In Sherwood Forest.
Normanton on Soar
On the River Soar.
|Normanton(e) / tune: Earl Hugh; Roger de Bully; Haldane from Count of Mortain; Raven from the king.|
Normanton on Trent
|Normentone / tune: Bishop of Lincoln; Roger from Roger de Bully.|
Normanton on the Wolds
|Normantone / tun: Roger de Bully; William Peverel.|
Church with Norman fragments.
|Nordmuscham: Peterborough Abbey; Geoffrey Alselin; Bishop of York; Siward, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. 2 churches, 6 mills.|
Church with a Norman doorway and coffin stone; old moat; Watermill Farm. Previously Northwell.
|Nortwelle: Archbishop of York. Church, mill, fishery.|
Thriving, modern county town, traditionally renowned for its lace. Its imposing castle, now a museum, is on a post-Conquest site.
|Snoting(e)ham / quin: King's land; Hugh FitzBaldric; the Sheriff; Roger de Bully; William Peverel; Ralph de Buron; Wulfbert; Ralph FitzHubert; Geoffrey Alselin; Richard Frail. Church.|
Small town north of Nottingham.
|Nutehale: William Peverel; Aelfric from the king.|