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The large parish of Offley lies between Hitchin and Luton. Its communities are Great Offley, its main settlement, Cockernhoe, The Flints, Mangrove Green and Tea Green. Little Offley and Wellbury are the names of houses rather than hamlets, although they were manors in Domesday Book.

The Green Man pub

History links

Offley Parish Council’s website has details of local services and events.
Offley’s entry in A Vision of Britain.

Domesday Book

Great Offley’s entry in Domesday Book.
Little Offley’s entry in Domesday Book.
Wellbury’s entry in Domesday Book.

Family history links

The Uk and Ireland Genealogy website explains where to find parish registers.
The Family Search website links to free and subscription resources.

Further reading

Went, D A, Colley, C and Burleigh, G R 1990 An Archaeological Assessment on the route of the Humberside to Buncefield Pipeline, Tea Green, Offley, Hertfordshire. Letchworth Garden City: North Hertfordshire District Council
Went, D A & Burleigh, G R 1991 An Archaeological Survey of the Wellbury Golf Course, Offley, Hertfordshire: Phase One Survey. Letchworth Garden City: North Hertfordshire District Council