[Transcribed information from Stephen Whatley's Gazetteer of England - 1750] (unless otherwise stated)
"GOGMAGOG-HILLS, (Cambridgeshire) near Balsham and Newmarket, has a seat of Earl Godolphin, whither he often comes, especially in the hunting season, from whence there is a prospect of a rich pleasant vale to the W. and of Cambridge itself, at a greater distance. On the top of these hills there seems to have been anciently some camp or fortification, in the area of which, K. James II. had a spacious stable built for his running-horses."
"SALSTON, (Cambridgeshire) in a vale near Gogmagog-hills, came, by marriage of Sir John Nevill to the marquis of Montacute's daughter, to the Huddlestons."
"WANDLESBURY, (Cambridgeshire) near Gogmagog-Hills, was a camp of the Vandals, after they had ruined some parts of Britain, and cruelly destroyed the christians."