The Hamlet of Toseland

Location information for the Hamlet of Toseland in the District of Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, England, UK


Local Map Location in the County
The local map of Toseland The position of Toseland in the County

Local Information

Community Type


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Community Website

No Community Website Found


Summary history of Toseland

Three miles north-east of St Neots. A small village, but the centre of the hundred of Toseland, to which it has given its name. The name is derived from a Dane, named Toll, who was slain at Tempsford in 921, and is one of the very rare cases in which a person who gave his name to a village can actually be identified. There is a small Norman church and a red-brick manor house; and a large stone if the churchyard is said to be the ancient hundred-stone.