|Badeberie: Glastonbury Abbey. Mill.|
|Bechesgete: Henry de Ferrers; Earl Roger. Churches, mill.|
Barford (in Downton)
Barford Park; Barford Park Farm; Barford Down Farm; Barford Down.
|Bereford: Engenold from Waleran Hunter.|
Barford St. Martin
On the River Nadder; by the Hamshill Ditches, ancient earthworks.
|Berford: Berengar Giffard, formerly Earl Harold; John the Usher and Wado, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
Lost in South Wraxall.
|Berrelege: Azor from the king.|
|Wili / Wilrenone: Humphrey de L'Isle. 2 mills.|
|Babestoche: Abbess of Wilton.|
|Ballolechie: Aethelhelm from Edward of Salisbury.|
Near Harepit Way, an ancient earthwork.
|Bachentune: Ansfrid from Gilbert de Breteuil.|
|Bichenstoch: Abbess of Shaftesbury and Thurstan from her. Mill.|
Suburb of Salisbury; on the River Nadder. The poet George Herbert was rector from 1630 to 1633.
|Berment / Bimertone: Aiulf the Sheriff; Aldred from the king.|
|B(r)evresbroc: William Delamere from William d'Eu; Nigel the Doctor.|
|Bedesdene: Robert FitzGerald.|
|Bedestone: Thorketel from Humphrey de L'Isle.|
Ruins of Bincknoll Castle; Bincknoll Farm; Bincknoll Wood.
|Bechenhalle: Gilbert de Breteuil.|
Many ancient earthworks, including the Wansdyke, a Saxon camp site.
|Bishop of Salisbury and a priest, Ebrard, Herman, Quintin, Walter, Brictward, Alfward and the Reeve's wife from him. 6 mills.|
On the site of a Roman villa.
|Biscopestreu: Edward of Salisbury. Mill.|
Now the village of Broad Blunsdon with an Iron Age fort nearby, and the neighbouring village of Blunsdon St. Andrew with Blunsdon Abbey.
|Bluntes / Blontesdon: Robert from Edward of Salisbury; Ilbert from Humphrey de L'Isle; Edward the Sheriff in the king's hand. Mill.|
On the River Bourne; the theologian Richard Hooker was rector in the 16th century.
|Boscumbe: Amesbury Church before and after 1066; Edward from William d'Eu.|
On the River Wylye. The Giffard family home until 14th century, the church has an effigy of Alexander Giffard (d.1265), a crusading Knight and brother of Walter Giffard, Lord Chancellor of England.
|Boientone: Edward of Salisbury. Mill.|
Bradenstoke Augustinian Priory, founded 1142; ancient earthworks on Clack Hill.
|Bradenestoch(e): Edward of Salisbury, William FitzAnsculf and Croc from him. Mill.|
Milling town on the River Avon with England's most complete Saxon church, founded in the 11th century.
|Bradeford: Abbess of Shaftesbury. 2 mills, market, vineyard. 1 sester of honey.|
|Breme: Malmesbury Abbey. 3 mills.|
On the River Avon; named after its 1066 holder.
|Brismartone: Robert from Robert FitzGerald, formerly Brictmer. Mill.|
On Brinkworth Brook.
|Brecheorde / Brenchewrde: Malmesbury Abbey and a man-at-arms from the abbey; Humphrey from Miles Crispin.|
Anglo-Saxon remains; Roman tiles.
|Bred / Bretford: King's land; Osbern the Priest; Edmund FitzAiulf, Wulfric and Osward from the king. Church, 2 mills.|
On the River Wylye; formerly 'Ecbryghts-stane', where Alfred and Grtea collected an army together before the Battle of Bratton Down (878).
|Devrel: St. Mary of Bec (given by Queen Matilda) formerly Brictric. Mill, church.|
Monument to Colonel Glanville, who was killed in 1645 during the Civil War, fighting for the King at Bridgewater.
|Han / Hentone: Gilbert de Breteuil.|
Near the course of a Roman road.
|Brochen(e)berge: Malmesbury Abbey and Robert, William, and English woman and 2 men-at-arms from the abbey. 8 mills.|
Near a Roman villa site; Wans House, in the Park, on a Roman station site; burial place of the Irish poet Thomas Moore (1779-1852).
|Bromham: King's land, formerly Earl Harold. 2 mills.|
Near Broughton Common; Broughton House and Gifford Hall, both 17th century.
|Broctone / tune: Humphrey de L'Isle; Saeward from the king. 2 mills.|
Lost in Bradford-on-Avon.
|Bodeberie: Ulf from the king.|
On the River Avon; military camp.
|Boltintone: Amesbury Church before and after 1066; Alfward from the king. 2 mills.|
On the downs near Wolf Hall.
|Buberge / Burbed / Burbetc(e): King's land with Vitalis the priest holding the church; Blackman from Humphrey de L'Isle; William from Richard Sturmy; Ralph of Hauville. Church.|
On the River Nadder; Roman settlement site; church with a Saxon chancel and arch.
|Bredecumbe: Abbess of Wilton, the pre-Conquest holder; Haimo from Earl Hugh. Mill.|
|Clive: Bishop of Winchester.|
|Butremare / mere: Arnulf de Hesdin; Azelin from Waleran Hunter; Ansketel.|