Hampton Hamtone /
Now the village of Hampton Poyle and hamlet of Hampton Gay.
|Hantone: Reginald from Roger d'Ivry; Gernio from the king. Mill.|
|Haneberge: Robert from Gilbert de Ghent. Mill.|
Tudor house, home of the Cope family. Sir Anthony, a Puritan leader, was imprisoned by Elizabeth I for presenting a revised Prayer Book to the Speaker.
|Hanewege: Leofwin from the king, formerly Earl Harold.|
Hardwick (near Stoke Lyne)
|Hardewich: Drogo from Robert d'Oilly.|
|Harpendene: Alfred from Miles Crispin.|
Headington House; Headington Hill Hall. Stone from Headington Quarry was used to build much of old Oxford.
|Hedintone: King's land; Richard de Courcy. 2 mills, 5 fisheries. A year's corn.|
|Hentone: Ralph de Walter Giffard; Edward of Salisbury. Mill.|
Now 2 villages, Hensington Within and Without.
|Hansitone: Ansger from Bishop of Bayeux; William from Roger d'Ivry; Robert from Earl William and Peter from him. Mill.|
|Hentone: William from Miles Crispin.|
Farmhouse given by Rahere (Henry I's jester) to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, which he founded.
|Hedham: Roger from Bishop of Coutances.|
Now 2 villages, Lower Heyford (Heyford at Bridge), and Upper Heyford (Heyford Warren) with Heyford House. Ares Ditch is a mile-long, possibly Roman, earthen wall.
|Haiforde / Hegford / Egforde: Roger from Robert d'Oilly; Ralph from Miles Crispin; Robert from Bishop of Coutances. 3 mills, 2 fisheries (900 eels).|
Birthplace of Jane Dormer (1538-1612), Mary Tudor's closest friend.
|Edrope: Hascoit Musard. Mill.|
Cromwell's daughter Bridget married Henry Ireton in the manor house (1646).
|Eltone: Godfrey from Roger d'Ivry.|
|Haliwelle: St. Peter's Church, Oxford, from Robert d'Oilly.|
Site of a Danish massacre.
|Hochenartone: Robert d'Oilly. 2 mills.|
|Hornelie: Ralph from Count of Mortain; monks of St. Peter's from Count of Mortain; Richard from Robert of Stafford; Ralph from Berengar de Tosny. 2 mills.|
|Horspadan: Gilbert from Roger d'Ivry.|