A Roman statue of Mars was found in a nearby wood.
|Bercheuui(g): Hugh from Geoffrey de Mandeville; 2 men from Hardwin of Scales; Godwin from Prince Edgar.|
The early 19th century zoologist, William Yarrell, is buried here.
|Begesford: King's land. 2 mills.|
Beauchamps (formerly Affledwick)
|Afledauuicha: Rumold from Count Eustace. Mill.|
|Benedis: St. Alban's Church before and after 1066.|
Now Bengeo Rural, a village and Bengeo Christchurch, an ecclesiastical district.
|Belingehou: Count Alan; 2 men-at-arms from Hugh de Beauchamp; Howard from Geoffrey de Mandeville; Geoffrey de Bec and 3 men-at-arms, Roger, a priest and a Frenchman from him; Peter de Valognes. 2 mills.|
Hertfordshire's only Norman castle keep, home of the kings of Mercia.
|Belintone: Peter de Valognes. Park for woodland beasts.|
Berkesdon Green, an ancient site.
|Berchedene: Robert from Count Eustace, formerly Earl Harold; Peter and Theobald from Hardwin of Scales. Mill.|
Market town with the ruins of the 11th century castle where Edgar Atheling submitted to William I. The High Street is on the line of the Roman Akeman Street.
|Berch(eh)amstede: Count of Mortain, formerly Earl Harold. 2 mills. 2 vines.|
Market town; Birthplace of Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902), after whom Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) was named.
|Storteford: Bishop of London. 2 mills.|
|Bure: Leofwin from Count of Mortain.|
Now Box Lane.
|Boxe: Osbern from Bishop of Bayeux; Peter from William d'Eu; Peter de Valognes.|
Bozen Green, in Hadham.
|Bordesdene: Count Eustace; William from Robert Gernon; Thorold from Geoffrey de Mandeville.|
Thomas à Becket was rector at the church; the rectory garden pond is known as Becket's pond.
|Brandefelle: Hardwin of Scales, formerly Earl Harold.|
On the River Quin; Roman remains.
|Brachinges: Count Eustace. Mill.|
Now Brickendon Rural, in the borough of Hertford.
|Briche(n)done: Canons of Waltham before and after 1066; Walter from Geoffrey de Mandeville; Isambard from Geoffrey de Bec; Baldwin from the king. Mill.|
|Bradefella / felle: Bishop of Chester; Earl Roger, formerly Queen Edith; Theobald from Hardwin of Scales; Sigar de Chocques.|
Norman church; priest's house; giant yew on the River Lea.
|Brochesborne: Adelaide, Hugh de Grandmesnil's wife. Mill.|
Roman Ermine Street climbs to the church.
|Bochelande: Osbern from Bishop of Bayeux.|
Small town with a Roman High Street. Seth Ward, the 17th century astronomer and divine, went to school here. Hilltop church with Roman bricks.
|Ichetone: Osbern from Bishop of Bayeux; Rumold and 2 men-at-arms from Count Eustace; Walter from Eudo FitzHubert; Humphrey from Peter de Valognes. Theobald from Hardwin of Scales.|
Town. The roundhead turned royalist, Silius Titus, who plotted to kill Cromwell, is buried here.
|Bissei: Geoffrey de Mandeville, formerly Queen Edith. 2 mills.|
On the Chilterns; manor farm surrounded by pre-Roman ditches and banks.
|Bigrave: Bishop of Chester. Mill.|