Church with Saxon walls and a Norman chancel arch.
|Adone: Thorney Abbey. Church.|
Near saline springs described by he chronicler Holinshead in 1577.
|Westone / tune: Eustace the Sheriff; Robert FitzFafiton.|
|Hambertune: Eudo FitzHubert and 2 men-at-arms from him.|
Part of Huntingdon. Its name means 'ford of the invading army'. There is still a fordway near the church.
|Hereforde: Ranulf brother of Ilger from the king. 2 churches, 2 mills.|
Now Hemingford Abbots by the Great Ouse river.
|Emingeforde: Ramsey Abbey; Eustace the Sheriff; Ralph FitzOsmund from Aubrey de Vere; Ralph FitzOsmund. Church, 3 mills, fishpond.|
On the Great Ouse river; Norman House, c.1160.
|Alia Emingeforde: Aubrey de Vere from Ramsey Abbey and a man-at-arms from him.|
Named after its spring (said to effect cures).
|Haleiwelle: Ramsey Abbey and Alfwold from the abbey. Church.|
Attractive; 17th century watermill on the site of a mill given by the 10th century founder of Ramsey Abbey to the abbot.
|Hoctune: Ramsey Abbey. Church, mill.|
Town, now linked with Godmanchester, with a 14th century stone bridge and fine Georgian houses; earthworks of a castle built by William I. Oliver Cromwell was born here in 1599, and the Cromwell Museum is in what remins of the Hospital of St. John, founded 1160. St. Mary's Church, originally Norman, was rebuilt in the 13th century.
|Huntedone / -dun: Ramsey Abbey; Gilbert de Ghent; Ely Abbey; Bishop of Lincoln; Countess Judith; Bishop of Coutances; Eustace the Sheriff. Castle, market, mint, at least 1 mill, over 100 unoccupied residences, 2 churches.|