|Walesbi: King's land; Roger de Bully; Geoffrey Alselin; Roger de Poitou.|
Between the Chesterfield Canal and the River Trent.
|Wachering(e)ham: King's land; Roger from Roger de Bully.|
Wansley Hall; Wansley Hall Farm.
|Wanddeslei: Ralph FitzHubert. ½ church.|
Mining town divided by the River Meden; mainly Norman church.
|Wares(h)ope / Warsope: King's land and a blind man from the king; Roger de Bully. Church. mill, ½ mill-site.|
On the outskirts of Nottingham.
|Watenot: Grim, Aelmer, Jocelyn and Grimkell from William Peverel.|
|Wellon / Wellun: King's land; Archbishop of York.|
Wellow Park; ducking stool.
|Creilege: Gilbert de Ghent.|
Town adjoining Nottingham, mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles for the year 920, when Edward the Elder ordered a bridge across the River Trent, and a borough to be built on the south side of the river.
|Brigeforde: William Peverel.|
Site of Burton Round, now fenland; new power station nearby.
|Burtone: 2 men-at-arms from Archbishop of York.|
Between the Maun and Idle rivers.
|Draitone: Roger de Bully. 3 mills.|
|Westone: Fulk, Robert and Turold from Roger de Bully. Church, mill.|
|Watone: Robert from Gilbert de Ghent. Mill, millstone quarry.|
Now 2 villages, North and South Wheatley, on a Roman road.
|Watelaie: King's land; 2 men-at-arms from Archbishop of York; Roger de Bully.|
Among the Wolds.
|Wimarspol(d): Ralph FitzHubert; Haldane from the king.|
Near the Lincolnshire border.
|Wigesleie: Bishop of Lincoln.|
District of Clifton, Nottingham. The ashes of the 19th century poet Henry Kirke White are in the churchyard.
|Wilesforde: William Peverel. ½ fishery.|
Willoughby Farm, near Norwell.
|Wilgebi: Archbishop of York; Geoffrey Alselin. ½ mill.|
|Wilgebi: King's land; Geoffrey Alselin; Roger de Poitou.|
Home of the Willoughby family from 13th century to 1924; site of one of Nottinghamshire's 5 Roman stations.
|Wigebi / Willebi: Roger de Bully; William Peverel; Roger de Poitou; Henry de Ferrers; Algar, Alwin and Ernwin from the king.|
Wimpton Whimpton Moor, near Dunham.
Secluded; owned, with the mainly Norman church, by the Knights Hospitalers in the 12th century.
|Wicheburne: Gilbert Tison. Church.|
|Wimuntorp: Bishop of Lincoln.|
15th century gatehouse.
|Wivretone: William Peverel; Walter d'Aincourt.|
Part of Nottingham; Elizabethan Wollaton Hall, now a Natural History museum.
|Waletone / Ol(l)avestone: King's land; Warner from William Peverel.|
Large; Iron Age hill fort discernable; Norman church rebuilt in the 14th century; once a centre for stocking knitting.
|Ude(s)burg: Archbishop of York; Roger de Bully; Ralph de Limesy; Haldane, Ulfkell, the pre-Conquest holder, and Aelfric from the king. Mill with Epperstone, 4 mills, church.|
Market town on the edge of Sherwood Forest. Remains of Anglo-Saxon and Norman residences, and an ancient British earthwork, are on Castle Hill.
|Werchesope: Roger de Bully.|
In the Wolds; church with the county's oldest pulpit, c.1400.
|Wisoc: Roger from Roger de Bully. Church.|