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    Tets(t)ill
    Tedenesolle: Osbern FitzRichard.

    The Marsh
    Me(r)sse: Roger and Robert, sons of Corbet, from Earl Roger.
    Timber-framed manor house, 1604.

    Tibberton
    Tetbristone: Roger de Curcelle from Earl Roger.
    Long; manor house.

    Ticklerton
    Tichelevorde: Church of St. Milburga before and after 1066.
    Secluded.

    Tittenley
    Titesle: William Malbank from Earl Hugh.
    Tittenley Farm.

    Tong
    Tuange: Earl Roger.

    Tugford
    Dodefort: Church of St. Peter (given by Rainald the Sheriff for the soul of Warin, his predecessor); Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Hugh and Rayner from him. Mill.
    Norman church.

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    Uckington
    Uchintune: Church of St. Almund and Godebold from it.
    Farming.

    Uffington
    Ofitone: Helgot from Earl Roger.
    Severnside.

    Uppington
    Opetone: Gerard from Earl Roger.
    Church with a Saxon tympanum and a Roman altar in the north wall.

    Upton Cressett
    Ultone: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.

    Upton Magna
    Uptune: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger. Mill, fishery.
    Homestead moat in a wood nearby.

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    Walcot
    Walecote: Earl Roger.

    Walford
    Waleford: Robert Pincerna from Earl Roger.

    Walltown
    Walle: Ralph de Mortimer from Earl Roger.
    On the site of a Roman fort.

    Waters Upton
    Uptone: Roger de Lacy from Earl Roger. Mill.
    Named after an early lord of the manor, Walter FitzJohn.

    Wattlesborough
    Wetesburg: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Georgian hall with farm buildings and a Norman keep, one of the chain of defences against the Welsh.

    Welbatch
    Huelbec: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger. Mill.
    17th century Seveon's Mill, now derelict.

    Wellington
    Walitone: Earl Roger. Mill, 2 fisheries.
    Industrial town, a manufacturing centre for glass and nails during the 19th century.

    Welshampton
    Hantone: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger and Albert from him.
    On the Welsh border; Hampton House.

    Wem
    Weme: William Pantulf from Earl Roger. Falcon's eyrie, enclosed hunting wood.
    Small market town. The notorious Judge Jeffreys was sold the barony of Wem in 1685.

    Wentnor
    Wantenoure: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Stone built along the Long Mynd. Robury Ring is a rectangular camp.

    Westbury
    Wesberie: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.

    West Felton
    Feltone: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.
    Castle mound and moat.

    Westhope
    Weshone: Picot from Earl Roger.
    In Hope Dale; moated site; manor house, 1901.

    Weston Cot(t)on
    Westune: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.
    Ancient Wat's Dyke nearby.

    Weston Rhyn
    Westone: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.

    Weston under Redcastle
    Westune: Ranulf Peverel from Earl Roger.
    Pretty; parkland scenery; 13th century Red Castle, now ruined; Bury Walls, an Iron Age fort.

    Wheathill
    Waltham: Roger de Lacy from Earl Roger.

    Whitchurch
    Westune / tone: William de Warenne from Earl Roger, formerly Earl Harold. 3 enclosed hunting woods.
    Town with Georgian buildings; birthplace of Edward German the composer (1862-1936).

    Whittingslow
    Witecheslaw: Earl Roger.

    Whittington
    Wititone: Earl Roger. Mill.
    Gatehouse of a 13th century castle.

    Whitton
    Wibetune: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Whitton Hall; Whitton Grange; Whitton Farm.

    Whixall
    Witehala: Ranulf Peverel from Earl Roger.
    Near the Welsh border; moated site.

    Wigmore
    Wigemore:
    Lost.

    Wigwig
    Wigewic: Turold from Earl Roger.
    Moated site.

    Wilderley
    Wildredelega: Hugh son of Turgis from Earl Roger.
    Remains of motte and bailey castle.

    Willey
    Wilit: Turold from Earl Roger.
    The old village was removed in c.1815 to provide privacy for the Forrester family.

    Winsley
    Wineslei: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Winsley Hall.

    Wistanstow
    Wistanestou: Nigel the Doctor.
    Moated site; weir on the River Onny.

    Withington
    Wientone: Fulco from Earl Roger.
    Flat country.

    Wollaston
    Willavestune: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Motte and bailey castle site.

    Wollerton
    Uluretone: Gerard from Earl Roger. Mill.
    On the River Tern.

    Wolverley
    Ulwardelege: William Pantulf from Earl Roger.
    Isolated; Wolverley Hall.

    Womerton
    Umbruntune: Robert FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.

    Woodcote (in Bicton)
    Udecote: Robert FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Pond.

    Woodcote (near Newport)
    Udecote: Robert FitzTetbald from Earl Roger.
    Woodcote Hall.

    Woolstaston
    Ulestanestune: Robert FitzCorbet from Earl Roger.
    Quiet; Castle Bank, the probable site of a pre-1292 manor house.

    Woolston (in West Felton)
    Osuluestune: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.
    St Winifred's well marks the spot where the saint's body rested on its way from Holywell to Shrewsbury.

    Woolston (in Wistanstow)
    Wistanestune: Picot from Earl Roger.

    Woore
    Waure: William Malbedeng from Earl Roger.
    Large; hall; moated site at Syllenhurst Farm.

    Wootton
    Udetone: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger.

    Worfield
    Guruelde / Wrfeld: Hugh de Montgumeri. 3 mills, fishery.
    Timber-framed buildings.

    Worthen
    Wrdine: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger. 2 mills, enclosed hunting woods.
    Large; on Rea Brook.

    Wotherton
    Udevertune: Alward son of Elmund, the pre-Conquest holder, from Earl Roger. Mill.
    Castle mound.

    Wrentnall
    Werentenehale: Roger Venator from Earl Roger. Enclosed hunting wood.

    Wrockwardine
    Recordine: Earl Roger with the Church of St. Peter holding the church.
    Norman church; Jacobean Hall.

    Wroxeter
    Rochecestre: Rainald the Sheriff from Earl Roger. Church.
    The Roman city of Viriconium. Saxon church.

    Wykey
    Wiche: Odo from Earl Roger. Fishery.

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    Yagdon
    Iagedone:
    Lost.

    Yockleton
    Iochehuile: Roger FitzCorbet from Earl Roger. Mill (1 horseload of malt).
    Castle mound.

    Yorton
    Iartune: Church of St. Chad before and after 1066.

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    Welsh Entries

    Ackhill
    Achel: Osbern FitzRichard.
    Wood; Ackhill Lodge.

    Ackley
    Achelai: Elward from Earl Roger.
    Ackley Farm.

    Aston
    Esto(u)ne: Earl Roger.
    Aston Hall; near a hill-fort.

    Bausley
    Beleslei: Earl Roger and Roger FitzCorbet from him.
    Area with Bausley House, Bausley Hill and Iron Age fort remains.

    Castlewright
    Cestelop:
    Lost.

    Churchstoke
    Cirestoc: Earl Roger and Elward from him.

    Edderton
    Edritune: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Edderton Hall.

    Forden
    Furtune: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Scattered; near Offa's Dyke, an ancient system of earthworks that stretched 120 miles.

    Hem
    Heme: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Some houses.

    Hopton
    Hoptune: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Scattered; areas of Hopton Uchaf and Hopton Isaf nearby.

    Hyssington
    Stantune: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.

    Knighton
    Chenistetune: Hugh Lasne. A great wood.
    Industrial town with forestry and saw-mills; motte and bailey.

    Leighton
    Lestune: Earl Roger and Roger Corbet from him.
    Leighton Hall.

    Mellington
    Muletune / Mulitune: Roger Corbet and Elward from Earl Roger.
    Now Lower Mellington.

    Montgomery
    Montgomeri / Muntgumeri: Earl Roger built the castle; Roger Corbet.
    Site of an ancient British camp. The motte and bailey probably marks the site of Roger's castle; the present castle ruins date from the 13th century.

    Norton
    Nortune: Hugh de Lasne. A great wood.
    Norton Manor in parkland; motte and bailey; wood.

    Stanage
    Stanege: Osbern FitzRichard.
    A few houses at Lower Stanage on the River Teme; Stanage Park.

    Thornbury
    Torneberie: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Area near a Roman road; Roman fort.

    Weston
    Westune: Roger Corbet from Earl Roger.
    Little and Great Weston farms in Weston Madoc.

    Wolston Mynd
    Ulestanesmude:
    Lost.

    Woodluston
    Wadelestun:
    Lost.

    Wropton
    Urbetune:
    Lost.

    The Domesday Book, 1086

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