"HINCHINBROOK, a hamlet partly in the parish of ST-MARY,]], borough of HUNTINGDON, and partly in the hundred of HURSTINGSTONE, the latter portion being extraparochial, county of HUNTINGDON, 1 mile (W.) from Huntingdon. A small Benedictine nunnery, dedicated to St. James, was founded here by William the Conqueror, to which the nuns removed from Eltesley, in Cambridgeshire; its revenue, at the dissolution, was £19. 9. 2.: the site is now occupied by Hinchinbrook house, which formerly belonged to Sir Oliver Cromwell, uncle of the Protector, who sumptuously entertained James I. in it, with all his court, on the monarch's arrival from Scotland, also Charles II. at different periods.; the mansion, which has recently sustained considerable injury from a fire, now belongs to the Earl of Sandwich, who enjoys the inferior title of Viscount Hinchinbroke."
"MIDLOE, an extra-parochial liberty, in the hundred of TOSELAND, county of HUNTINGDON, containing 43 inhabitants."
"SAPLEY, an extra-parochial district, in the hundred of HURSTINGSTONE, county of HUNTINGDON, 2 miles (E.) from Huntingdon."
"SAWTRY ST-JUDITH, an extra-parochial liberty (formerly a parish), in the hundred of NORMAN-CROSS, county of HUNTINGDON, 4 miles (S. by E.) from Stilton, containing 207 inhabitants. The church has long been demolished. Here, it is said, was formerly a cell to the abbey of Ramsey."