Note: Located on the River Trent near Garthorpe and Luddington in the Isle of Axholme. Before the Norman Conquest it was held by a person named Fulcric, who held land and a hall here. At the time of the Domesday survey, it was waste. It was later held by a commoner family who took the name de Waterton; Sir Robert Waterton is mentioned in Shakespeare's Richard II. The town was deserted again in the 16th century, but the Georgian Waterton Hall remains.