Early-attested site in the Parish of Edlesborough
- Hudenhal 1227 Ass
- Hodenhale 1299 Abbr 1309 Ch 1348 Cl 1367 Pat 1376 Cl
- Hudnale 1480 IpmR
- Hudnoll Eliz ChancP
OE Hūdanheale (dat.), 'Huda's healh.' The name Hūda was borne by a minister of King Æthelwulf of Wessex, who became Ealdorman of Surrey and was killed in battle with the Danes in 853. The same name forms the first element in Huddington (Wo).