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    Hainworth
    Hageneuuorde: Erneis de Buron.

    Hallam
    Hallun: Roger de Bully from Countess Judith.
    Hallam Head, a district of Sheffield.

    Halton
    Halletun(e): Ilbert de Lacy.
    District of Leeds.

    Hambleton
    Hameltun: Ilbert de Lacy and Ernulf from him.
    Large, sprawling.

    Hammerton
    Hamereton: Roger le Poitevin.
    Elizabethan hall marking the site of a medieval village.

    Hamphall Stubbs
    Hanepol: Ansgot and Robert from Ilbert de Lacy. Mill.
    Stubbs Hall nearby.

    Hampole
    Honepol: Roger de Bully. ½ mill.
    Castle mound. Richard Rolle (d.1349), the mystical writer, lived as a hermit here and is buried in the church of the now vanished Cistercian nunnery.

    Handsworth
    Handesuuord / uurde: Count of Mortain and Richard de Surdeval from him.
    District of Sheffield; coal-mining.

    Hanging Heaton
    Etun: King's land.
    Suburb of Dewsbury.

    Hanlith
    Hangelif: King's land.
    Hall.

    Harewood
    Hareuuode: King's land.
    Ruins of a 12th century castle. Harewood House, magnificent 18th century home of the Earl, has grounds by Capability Brown.

    Harthill
    Hertil: William de Warenne.
    Church, said to have been founded by William de Warenne; manor farm.

    Hartlington
    Herlintone / tun: Dolfin from the king.
    Hall.

    Hartshead
    Hortes(h)eue: Elsi from Ilbert de Lacy.
    Walton Cross, an Anglo-Saxon carved stone, in a field near the church.

    Hatfield
    Hedfeld: William de Warenne. Church.
    Large; rows of miners' houses. Medieval manor house; Norman church.

    Hathelton
    Hatelton / tun:
    Lost.

    Hawkswick
    Hochesuuic: Roger le Poitevin.
    On the River Skirfare.

    Hawksworth
    Hauocesorde / Henochesuurde: Archbishop of York. Church.
    Jacobean hall.

    Hawksworth Mill
    Alia Hauochesord / Alia Henochesuurde: Archbishop of York.
    Watermill nearby.

    Hazelwood
    Eseleuuode / Heseleuuode: Malger from William de Percy.
    Chapel, 1286, of the medieval castle built by William Vavasour; medieval village site.

    Headingley
    Hedingelei(a): Ilbert de Lacy.
    District of Leeds.

    Healaugh
    Hailaga / Helage: Geoffrey Alselin.
    The manor farm near the village incorporates the remains of a priory founded 1190; moated.

    Heathfield
    Higrefeld / felt: Berengar de Tosny.
    In moorland.

    Hebden
    Hebedene: Osbern d'Arcis.
    Hall farm.

    Hellaby
    Elgebi / Helgebi: Roger de Bully. 3 mills, church.
    Hellaby Hall, 1700.

    Hellifield
    Haelgefled / Helgefeld / felt: King's land; William de Percy; Roger le Poitevin.
    Peel Castle, now ruined, with a medieval foundation.

    Hemsworth
    Hamelesuurde / Hilmeuuord: Gamel from Ilbert de Lacy.
    Town hall, now a school.

    Hensall
    Edeshale: King's land.

    Heptonstall
    Crumbetonestun: King's land, formerly King Edward. 2 churches.
    Old hand-weaving centre; steep streets; weavers' cottages.

    Hepworth
    Heppeuuord: King's land.
    Steep streets.

    Herleshow
    Erleshold / holt: Archbishop of York.
    Earthworks and ponds, the site of a medieval village.

    Hessay
    Esdesai / Hesdesai: Richard son of Erfast; Osbern d'Arcis and Eldred from him.
    On the edge of Marston Moor.

    Hessle
    Asele / Hasele: Malger from Ilbert de Lacy; 6 iron workers.
    Remains of bell-pits, used for ironstone extraction. This is one of Domesday's few allusions to Yorkshire iron making. The monasteries later took up the industry.

    Hetton
    Hetune: Roger le Poitevin.
    On the moors.

    Hexthorpe
    Egescop / Estorp / Hestorp: Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him. Church, 2 mills.
    District of Doncaster.

    Hickleton
    Chicheltone / Icheltone: Aubrey de Coucy.
    Picturesque; Georgian Hickleton Hall.

    High Hoyland
    Holand / Holant: Osulf, the pre-Conquest holder, from Ilbert de Lacy.
    Church with Saxon cross fragments.

    High Melton
    Medeltone / Middeltun: Roger de Bully; Swen, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.
    Georgian hall with a supposedly medieval tower.

    Hilton
    Hilton(e):
    Lost.

    Hipperholme
    Huperun: King's land.
    Outside Brighouse.

    Holdworth
    Aldeuuorde / Haldeuurde: Roger de Bully.
    Secluded.

    Holme (near Gargrave)
    Holme: King's land.
    Holme House.

    Holme (near Holmfirth)
    In duabus Holne / Holne: King's land.
    On the edge of moors.

    Honley
    Hanlei(a): Ilbert de Lacy.
    Town; an old weaving centre.

    Hooton Levitt
    Hotone: Count of Mortain. Mill.
    Adjoins Maltby.

    Hooton Pagnell
    Hotone: Count of Mortain and Richard de Surdeval from him. Mill.
    Stone houses on a hillside. Norman church, possibly 11th century, hall with a 14th century gatehouse.

    Hooton Roberts
    Hotun: Roger de Bully. Mill.
    On a tributary of the River Don.

    Hopperton
    Hom(p)tone / Hopretone: King's land; Erneis de Buron; Chetel from the king.

    Horbury
    Horberie / Orberie: King's land.
    Small, industrial town.

    Hornington
    Horninctune / Horni(n)tone: Godefrid from William de Percy; Osbern d'Arcis.
    Manor house.

    Horsforth
    Horseford(e) / Hoseforde: King's land.
    Suburb of Leeds.

    Horton (near Bracewell)
    Hortone / tun: William de Percy; Roger le Poitevin.
    17th century hall.

    Horton-in-Ribblesdale
    Hortune: Roger le Poitevin.
    Limestone cottages; hall.

    Hoyland Nether
    Ho(i)land: Roger de Bully; William de Warenne.
    Sprawling industrial town.

    Hoyland Swaine
    Holan(de) / Holant: Ilbert de Lacy; Swen, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.
    Probably named after Swen.

    Hubberholme
    Hubergheham: Roger le Poitevin.
    In Upper Wharfedale.

    Huddersfield
    Oderesfelt / Odresfeld: Godwin from Ilbert de Lacy.
    Town. Industries include textiles, engineering and chemicals.

    Hunshelf
    Hunescelf: Alric, the pre-Conquest holder, from Ilbert de Lacy.
    Hall.

    Hunsingore
    Hol / Hulsingoure / Ulsigouere: Count of Mortain and Richard de Surdeval from him; Erneis de Buron.

    Hunslet
    Hunslet: Ilbert de Lacy.
    District of Leeds.

    Hutton Wandesley
    Wandeslage: Elwin, the pre-Conquest holder, from Osbern d'Arcis.
    Hall with the remains of a medieval moat.

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    Ingbirchworth
    Berceuuorde: Ilbert de Lacy.

    Ingleton
    Inglestune: King's land.
    Manor house.

    Ingmanthorpe
    Gemunstorp / Germundstorp: Count of Mortain; Erneis de Buron.
    Secluded; Ingmanthorpe Hall.

    Ingthorpe
    Ucnetorp: Roger le Poitevin.
    Ingthorpe Grange.

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