Farnham is a small village near Bishop's Stortford.
Gestingthorpe is a village in Essex.
Families: Chaplin, Parke
Mistley is a large village 11 miles northeast of Colchester.
Bishop's Stortford is an ancient market town in the east of Hertfordshire, next to the Essex border. It now has a station on the National Express East Anglia train service between London Liverpool Street and Cambridge.
It is bounded on the north by Farnham, on the east by Birchanger and Great Hallingway, on the south by Thorley and on the west by Little Haddam.
Families: Abbott, Chandler, Dane, Denison
Great Amwell is a village in east Hertfordshire, 1½ miles from Ware, and about 20 miles north of London.
St. Albans is a city in southern Hertforshire, about 22 miles north of central London.
Ware is located just north of Hertford in East Hertfordshire.
Description of Ware
Families: Heath, Johnson
Horbling is a village in South Kesteven in Lincolnshire.
Ormesby St. Margaret, also known as Great Ormesby, is a large villiage in Norfolk, about a mile from the sea and five miles northwest of Yarmouth. It now includes the hamlet of Scratby. [From William White's History, Gazetteer and Directory of Norfolk, 1845, transcribed on the GEN UKI website]
Towcester is a small town in southern Northamptonshire. There is a nice historical society website.
Families: Bird, Lord
Scrooby is a small town close to the northern border of Nottinghamshire. For great photos, see the Pilgrim Fathers UK Origins Association's website.
Note: An old abbreviation for Shropshire is "Salop".
Taunton is a town in Somerset.
Families: Billings, Cogan
Wrington is a town in Somerset.
Helmingham is a village in central Suffolk near Haymarket. There are fabulous photos of its medieval church St. Mary's on the Suffolk church website.
Hoxne (pronounced 'Hoxen') is a town in Suffolk, near the Norfolk border. The St Peter and St Paul website has photos of the medieval church.
Long Melford is a large village in Suffolk, next to the Essex border.
Pettaugh is a village in central Suffolk.
Otley is a village in central Suffolk. It is home to the family seat of Bartholomew Gosnold.
Semer is a small village in Suffolk.
Stoke Nayland is a village in Suffolk close to the Essex border. Its church St. Mary's was rebuilt in the 15th century.
Winston is a parish in the small market town of Stowmarket in central Suffolk.
Woolpit is a village in Suffolk, located between Bury St. Edmunds and Stowmarket.
Billinghurst is a town in west Sussex, about 15 miles southwest of Gatwick Airport.
Hillmorton is now part of the town of Rugby. The British History Online website has information about Hillmorton and its church.
West Midlands (since 1974)
Austerfield is a village in the bureau of Doncaster in south Yorkshire. For great photos, see the Pilgrim Fathers UK Origins Association's website.