Teigh Limestone. Anthony Jenkinson, the first Englishman to enter central Asia (1550s), is buried here.
|Tistertune / Tisteltune / Tisteltone: Hugh from Countess Judith; Alfred of Lincoln and Gleu from him; Gleu from Godfrey de Cambrai.|
|Torp: King's land. William from Countess Judith.|
2 carved heads in the chancel arch of the church possibly represent Robert Grimbold and his wife.
|Tichecote: Grimbald from Countess Judith. Mill.|
|Tedinwelle: Peterborough Abbey.|
Early 12th century church, now alone in the fields, which once served a riverside community who were probably wiped out by the Black Death. The present village is ¼ mile away.
|Tichesovre: King's land. Mill.|
Tolethorpe Hall where Robert Brown, the Puritan and founder of the Brownist sect was born in 1549; medieval gatehouse.
|Toltorp: William FitzAnsculf and Robert from him. 4 mills.|