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    Hagthorpe
    Achetorp: Bishop of Durham; Gilbert de Tison.
    Moated Hagthorpe Hall.

    Haisthorpe
    Aschel / Aschiltorp: King's land; St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York before and after 1066.
    Moated site.

    Halsham
    Halsam / -sem / Halsham: Archbishop of York, before and after 1066 and 2 knights from him; Gumar from Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Monuments to the Constables, descended from one of the knights, are in the church and mausoleum.

    Hanging Grimston
    Grimeston(e): St. Mary's Church, York (given by Odo the Crossbowman); Osward and Rodmund from the king.

    Harpham
    Arpen / Harpein: King's land.
    Manor house earthworks.

    Harswell
    Erseuuelle: King's land.
    Manor house; moated site.

    Hawold
    Holde: King's land; Archbishop of York.
    Haywold Farm.

    Hayton
    Haiton(e): King's land; William de Percy.
    Roman fort site.

    Helperthorpe
    Elpetorp: Archbishop of York.
    Manor house; long barrow.

    Heslington
    Eslinton / Haslinton: Archbishop of York; Count Alan; Hugh FitzBaldric.
    Victorianised hall, the centre of York university.

    Hessle
    Hase: Ralph de Mortimer; Gilbert de Tison. Church.
    Outer suburb of Hull; late 13th century church. Hull was a chapelry of Hessle until 1661.

    Hilderthorpe
    Hilgertorp / Hilgretorp: King's land; Count of Mortain; Clibert, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.
    Suburb of Bridlington. Medieval village earthworks.

    Hilston
    Heldeuueston / Heldouestun: Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Hive
    Hidon: Bishop of Durham.
    Adjoining Sandholme; moated site.

    Hollym
    Holam / Holun: Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Holme-on-the-Wolds
    Hougon: Bishop of Durham and Nigel Fossard from him.

    Holme-under-Spalding-Moor
    Holme: Gilbert de Tison and Geoffrey from him. Church.
    13th century church with Norman masonry and a pre-Conquest carved stone.

    Holmpton
    Holmetone / -tune / Ulmeton: Walter from Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Hall.

    Hornsea
    Hornesse(i): Drogo de Beuvriere and Wizo from him. Church.
    13th century church.

    Hornsea Burton
    Bortun / Burtune: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Suburb of Hornsea. The medieval village was washed away by the sea.

    Hotham
    Hode / Hodhu: King's land; Bishop of Durham; Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him; Robert Malet. Mill.
    Manor Farm.

    Houghton
    Houeton(e) / -tun / Oueton: King's land; Robert Malet; Hunfrid from Gilbert de Tison.
    Houghton Hall; manor farm.

    Howden
    Houed' / Houeden(e): Bishop of Durham. Church.
    Town with the remains of an episcopal manor house and church.

    Howsham
    Huson: Count of Mortain. Mill.
    Water-mill, now derelict.

    Huggate
    Hughete: King's land; Ernuin the priest from the king.
    Tumuli; pond may be Anglo-Danish in origin.

    Humbleton
    Humeltone / Umeltun: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Manor house.

    Hunmanby
    Hundemanebi: Gilbert de Ghent. Church.
    Norman church; Low Hall, formerly the manor house.

    Hunsley
    Hund(r)eslege: Bishop of Durham; Hugh FitzBaldric.
    The area of High Hunsley; Low Hunsley Farm.

    Hutton
    Hotone / Hot(t)une: Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain; Hugh FitzBaldric.
    Adjoining Cranswick.

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    Kelfield
    Chelchefeld / felt: Count Alan; Hugh FitzBaldric.

    Kelleythorpe
    Calgestorp: King's land; St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York. Mill.

    Kendale
    Cheldal(e): King's land.
    Great and Little Kendale Farms.

    Kennythorpe
    Cheretorp: Hugh FitzBaldric and Geoffrey from him.

    Kettlethorpe
    Torp: Robert Malet.
    Kettlethorpe Farm.

    Keyingham
    C(h)aingeham: Drogo de Beuvriere; William Malet, according to the men of Holderness. Church.
    Populous; Keyingham Grange; late 13th century church.

    Kilham
    Chillon / Chillun: King's land; Odo the Crossbowman; Ernuin the priest, the pre-Conquest holder.
    Evidence of continuous settlement since Neolithic times; medieval street plan.

    Kilnsea
    Chilnesse: Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Kilnwick
    Chileuuid / uuit: King's land; Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain.

    Kilnwick Percy
    Chelingewic / Chileuuic / Chilleuuinc: King's land. Hall.
    18th century hall.

    Kilpin
    Chelpin: Bishop of Durham.
    Hall.

    Kiplingcotes
    Climbi / Clinbicote: St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York before and after 1066; Richard Surdeval from Count of Mortain (in dispute); William de Percy.
    Kipling House, on the site of a medieval village.

    Kirby Grindalythe
    Chirchebi: King's land; Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him.

    Kirby Underdale
    Cherchebi / Chirchebi: King's land; Hernegrim the monk and Seward, the pre-Conquest holders, from the king.
    Manor house; late 11th century church.

    Kirkburn
    Burnous / Westburne: King's land.
    Manor house.

    Kirk Ella
    Aluengi: Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him; Ralph de Mortimer; Gilbert de Tison; Hugh FitzBaldric. Church.
    Suburb of Hull.

    Kirkham
    Chercan: Count of Mortain. Mill, church.
    The priory, founded c.1125, was centred on the Domesday church, which was replaced around 1150; finely preserved gatehouse.

    Knapton
    Cnateton(e): Ralph de Mortimer.
    Hall. Near Staple Howe, one of the earliest Iron Age settlements in Britain.

    Knedlington
    Cledinton: Bishop of Durham.

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    Langthorpe
    La'be / Lambe / Lanbetorp: Drogo de Beuvriere; William Malet, according to the men of Holderness.
    Langthorpe Hall.

    Langtoft
    Lang(h)etou: King's land; St. Peter's Church, York, from Archbishop of York.

    Langton
    Lanton: Hugh FitzBaldric and Geoffrey from him.
    Roman villa site nearby. The triple dykes on Langton Wold are late Iron Age.

    Langwith
    Languelt: Count Alan; Hugh FitzBaldric.
    Langwith Lodge; mound of a former hunting lodge.

    Laxton
    Laxinton: Bishop of Durham.
    Manor house.

    Laytham
    Ladon(e): Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him; Gilbert de Tison.

    Leavening
    Alia Ledlinge / Ledling(h)e: Count of Mortain; 2 of the king' thanes.

    Leconfield
    Lachinfeld / felt: St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York; Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him; William de Percy. 11 fisheries.
    Remains of the moat of the Percy family castle.

    Lelley Dyke
    Dic(he): Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Lelley Dyke Farm.

    Leppington
    Lepinton: Count of Mortain.
    Norman castle mound.

    Leven
    Leuene: Archbishop of York. Church.
    Early Victorian church with Saxon sculpture.

    Linton
    Linton: Ralph de Mortimer.
    Linton Farm; site of a medieval village.

    Lissett
    Lessete: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Church with part of a Saxon tombstone.

    Little Cowden
    Coldun: Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Little Driffield
    Drigelinghe: King's land.
    Church with a fragment of a Saxon cross. Aldfrith, King of Northumbria (d.705) is reputedly buried here.

    Little Givendale
    Alia Geuedale: King's land; Archbishop of York.
    Little Givendale Farm; house sites, remains of a village deserted in the 15th century.

    Little Hatfield
    Hei(e)feld: Drogo de Beuvriere and Rayner from him.
    Manor farm.

    Little Kelk
    Alia Chelch / Chelche: King's land.

    Little Weighton
    Wideton(e): Hugh FitzBaldric. 2 mills.
    Expanded.

    Lockington
    Lecheton / Locheton: St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York; Count of Mortain and Nigel Fossard from him. Mill.
    Remains of the Fossard family castle.

    Londesborough
    Lodenesburg: Archbishop of York.
    Park; church with an Anglo-Danish 11th century cross-head.

    Long Riston
    Riston / tun(e): Drogo de Beuvriere and Gerbodo from him.
    Manor house.

    Lowthorpe
    Langetorp / Log(h)etorp: King's land; St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York before and after 1066; Game from the king. Church.
    Church with an Anglo-Saxon cross-head.

    Lund (near Beverley)
    Lont: Bishop of Durham.

    Lund (in Bubwith)
    Lont: Ralph de Mortimer; Gilbert de Tison.

    Lutton
    Ludton: Archbishop of York.
    Now East Lutton, a hamlet, and the village of West Lutton.

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    Mappleton
    Mapletone: Drogo de Beuvriere. 100 acres of meadow.
    On the coast; much meadow land.

    Marfleet
    Mereflet / flot: Drogo de Beuvriere's men from him; Archbishop of York before and after 1066.
    Suburb of Hull.

    Market Weighton
    Wicstun: King's land.
    Town. Its church retains some 11th century work; Iron Age Barrow cemetery at Arras.

    Marton (in Bridlington)
    Marton(e) / tun: King's land; St. Peter's Church, York, from Archbishop of York before and after 1066; Count of Mortain; Clibert, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.
    Marton Hall, formerly the manor house.

    Marton (in Burton Constable)
    Meretone / tune: Drogo de Beuvriere and Franco from him.

    Meaux
    Melse: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Moats and earthworks of a Cistercian house, founded 1150.

    Melbourne
    Middelburne / Midelborne: Ralph de Mortimer.

    Meltonby
    Metelbi: King's land.
    Hall.

    Menethorpe
    Mennistorp: King's land. Berengar de Tosny. Mill.

    Middleton-on-the-Wolds
    Middeltun(e): St. John's Church, Beverley, from Archbishop of York; Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain and Richard Surdeval from him. Church.
    Church with a late Norman doorway.

    Millington
    Mileton / Milleton(a): King's land; Archbishop of York.

    Molescroft
    Molescroft: Archbishop of York and St. John's Church, Beverley, from him.
    Suburb of Beverley; manor farm.

    Monkwick
    Mon(n)euuic: Archbishop of York.
    Also known as Monkwith. The medieval village was washed away by the sea.

    Moreby
    Morebi: Count Alan; Hugh FitzBaldric.
    Moreby Hall; site of a medieval village.

    Mowthorpe
    Mele / Muletorp: Archbishop of York; Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain.
    Now 2 hamlets, Low Mowthorpe, on a medieval village site, and High Mowthorpe.

    Muston
    Muston(e): King's land. Gilbert de Ghent.
    Hall.

    Myton
    Mitun(e): Ralph de Mortimer.
    Part of Hull.

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    Naburn
    Naborne: King's land; Robert de Tosny.

    Nafferton
    Nadfartone: King's land; William de Percy. Mill.
    Water-powered mill by the pond.

    Neswick
    Nesseuuic / Nessuinc: Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain.
    Neswick Farm.

    Newbald
    Niuuebald / Niwebolt: Archbishop of York and the Canons of St. Peter's Church, York, from him. 4 mills, church.
    Now 2 villages, North and South Newbald, known as Newbald; Lower Mill Farm; church, c.1120, the finest of its date in the Riding.

    Newsholme
    Nesse / Neuhusa: Ralph de Mortimer.
    Newsholme Parks; site of a 16th century deer park.

    Newsome
    Neuhuson / Niuuehusu: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Great Newsome Farm.

    Newton (in Cherry Burton)
    Neuton(e):
    Lost.

    Newton (in Wintringham)
    Neuton / Neuutone: Ralph Pagnell.
    Place Newton, a mansion, c.1837; medieval village site.

    Newton Garth
    Nichuetun / Niuueton: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Farmhouse; medieval village site.

    North Burton (or Burton Fleming)
    Burton(e): King's land.
    Manor house.

    North Cave
    Alia Caue / Caue: Canons of St. Peter's Church, York, from Archbishop of York; Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain; Robert Malet; Hugh FitzBaldric. 2 mills.
    Large; residential.

    North Cliffe
    Cliue: King's land.
    Manor House Farm.

    North Dalton
    Dalton(e): Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain; Robert de Tosny and Berengar from him; Autbert, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. Church.
    Manor house; Norman church; tumuli.

    North Duffield
    Dufeld / -felt / Nortdufelt: Count of Mortain; Gilbert de Tison.
    Triangular market place-cum-green.

    North Ferriby
    Ferebi: Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain; Ralph de Mortimer. Church.
    Large, residential; Victorian church.

    North Frodingham
    F(r)otingham: Drogo de Beuvriere. Church, 3 fisheries.
    Church with a Saxon cross-head.

    North Grimston
    Grimestona / ton(e): King's land; Archbishop of York; Hugh FitzBaldric.

    Northorpe
    Torp: Walter from Drogo de Beuvriere; William Malet, according to the men of Holderness.
    The medieval village was washed away by the sea.

    North Skirlaugh
    Schire(s)lai / Scirlai: Archbishop of York; Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Norton
    Norton(e): King's land; Ralph de Mortimer; Hugh FitzBaldric. Church, mill.
    Town. Its church has a Norman font; disused water-mill.

    Nunburneholme
    Brunham: King's land; Forne FitzSigulf from the king.
    Norman church with an Anglo-Saxon cross, c.1000. Manor named after a nunnery, founded c.1150.

    Nunkeeling
    Chelinge / Chiling(h)e: Baldwin from Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Remains of a buttress from a house of Benedictine nuns, founded 1152, after which the hamlet was named.

    Nuthill
    Not(h)ele: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Nuttles Hall Farm.

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    Octon
    Ocheton: King's land; Count of Mortain.
    Manor house; medieval village site.

    Osgodby
    Ansgote(s)bi: Nigel Fossard from Count of Mortain.

    Ottringham
    Otrege / Otrengham / Otringeham: Archbishop of York; Drogo de Beuvriere. Church.
    Church with a Norman tower arch.

    Oubrough
    Ule(n)burg: Frumold from Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Ousethorpe
    Torp: King's land.
    Medieval village site; moat.

    Out Newton
    Niuueton(e): Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Much of it washed away by the sea.

    Owsthorpe
    Duuestorp: Bishop of Durham.
    Manor house.

    Owstwick
    Hosteuuic / Osteuuic: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Hall and grange.

    Owthorne
    T(h)orne: Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Part of Withernsea.

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    Painsthorpe
    Thorf / Torfe: King's land; Arnegrim, the pre-Conquest holder.
    Tumuli.

    Patrington
    Patrictone: Archbishop of York before and after 1066.

    Paull
    Pagele / Paghel: Drogo de Beuvriere.

    Paull Holme
    Holm(e): Drogo de Beuvriere.
    Remains of a manor house.

    Pillwoods
    Pileford: Hugh FitzBaldric.
    Pillwood Farm.

    Pocklington
    Poclinton: King's land. 2 mills.
    Town with a Norman church; Devonshire Mill.

    Pockthorpe
    Pochetorp: Count of Mortain; William de Percy.
    Hall; site of a medieval village.

    Portington
    Portiton: Bishop of Durham.
    Manor house, surrounded by a water-filled moat.

    Potter Brompton
    Bruneton(e): King's land.

    Preston
    Preston(e) / tune: Drogo de Beuvriere and Baldwin from him. Church.
    Large, sprawling; mainly 13th century church.

    The Domesday Book, 1086

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