3 edition of place-names of Cheshire. found in the catalog.
place-names of Cheshire.
J. McN Dodgson
In 5 parts.
|Series||English Place-Name Society -- v.45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||329|
In the Domesday Book, Nantwich is recorded as having eight salt houses. It had a castle and was the capital of a barony of the earls of Chester, and of one of the seven hundreds of medieval Cheshire. Nantwich is one of the few places in Cheshire to be marked on Country: England. English field-names: A dictionary by Field, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lancashire is a county of England, in the northwest of the country. The county did not exist in , for the Domesday Book, and was apparently first created in , making it one of the youngest of the traditional counties. The historic county consisted of two separate parts.
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The place-names of Cheshire, part five (section 1:i), the place names of the city of Chester, the elements of Cheshire place-names A-Glyden. Dodgson, J. McN.: : Books Skip to Place-names of Cheshire.
book J. McN. Dodgson. The place-names of Cheshire, part One (1), county name, regional & forest names, river names, road names, the place names of Macclesfield Hundred.
Hardcover – Author: J McN Dodgson. The place-names of Cheshire in 5 vols. by J. McN Dodgson. Published by Cambridge U.P. in London. Written in English. The Place-names of Cheshire: secti. Place-names of the city of Chester, elements of Cheshire place-names (A. Glyden).
The elements of Cheshire place-names (haca-yolden). The personal-names in Cheshire place-names -- pt. 5, sec. Introduction, linguistic notes and indexes with appendixes. The place-names of Cheshire. [John McN Dodgson] Book: All Authors / Contributors: John McN Dodgson. Find more information about Title: English Place Name Society.; English Place Name Society: Responsibility: by J.
McN. Dodgson. 5,1,2 The elements of Cheshire place-names (Haca-Yolden). The personal names in Cheshire place-names. Reviews. Title: The Place-Names Place-names of Cheshire. book Cheshire Part I: County Name, Regional & Forest-Names, River-Names, Road-Names, The Place-Names Of Macclesfield Hundred Author Name: J.
McN. Dodgson Categories: Shropshire and Surrounding Areas, Reference, UK, Edition: 1st Publisher: Cambridge At The University Press: ISBN Number: ISBN ISBN Number Title: The Place-Names Of Cheshire Part III: The Place-Names Of Nantwich Hundred And Eddisbury Hundred Author Name: J.
McN. Dodgson Categories: Shropshire and Surrounding Areas, Reference, UK, Edition: 1st Publisher: Cambridge At The University Press: ISBN Number: ISBN ISBN Number Binding: Hardback Book Condition: Very Good.
CHESHIRE PLACE-NAMES BY SIMEON POTTER, M.A.,PH.D. Read 15 May T HAT history may be recorded faithfully in local nomenclature is well illustrated by the more ancient place-names of this county which may be described in broad terms as prehistorically.
Many medieval place-names will be revealed if more deeds and charters are translated, adding to the existing body of work. Many places in Lancashire were mentioned in medieval documents and there are many books and articles about their origins.
Ekwall’s Place-names of Lancashire is a classic and is available free here. Some of the larger settlements of Cheshire. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. This is a partial list of places within the ceremonial county boundaries of Cheshire, in North West England.
See the list of places in England for places in other counties. Title: The Place-Names Of Cheshire Part IV: The Place-Names Of Broxton Hundred And Wirral Hundred Author Name: J.
McN. Dodgson Place-names of Cheshire. book Shropshire and Surrounding Areas, Reference, UK, Edition: 1st Publisher: Cambridge At The University Press: ISBN Number: ISBN ISBN Number Binding: Hardback Book Condition: Very Good.
Place names. Close. Posted by 4 years place-names of Cheshire. book. Archived. Place names. Every book in the series has a list of the name Used in the book and the modern name.
You can check them all out in any of the books Chester, Cheshire: Cent: Kent: Contwaraburg: Canterbury, Kent: Cumbraland: Cumbria: Dunholm: Durham, County Durham: Dyflin: Dublin, Eire. Cheshire. There were places in the county of Cheshire in Domesday Book.
Cheshire (inc. places in North Wales) The following pages include Domesday place-names and landowners, and beneath some are links to websites containing the local history of that place. If you have a local history site that you would like to be included on.
The Society was founded inand since its offices have been based at the University of Nottingham. By it had published 81 volumes of the county-by-county Survey of English Place-Names, and a range of books and booklets on names organized by region.
English Place-Name Society: Vol The Place-Names of Cheshire, Part 4, The Place-Names of Broxton Hundred and Wirral Hundred: Place-names of Broxton Hundred and Wirral Hundred Pt. 4 Hardcover – 23 Mar by.
Be the first to review this : J. McN. Dodgson. These names were used for units associated with Cheshire. Click on the links for details of the units and their names: NB: These are all the names of all the administrative units which we have associated with Cheshire, and you must judge whether all or even any of them are variant names for the place.
Now Astbury. The church was granted to St. Werburgh in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 13th and 16th centuries. The remains of Ashbury Yew are possibly pre Oxfordshire - M.
Gelling and D.M. Stenton, The Place-Names of Oxfordshire, 2 volumes, Cambridge (). Rutland - B. Cox, The Place-Names of Rutland, English Place-Name Society, Nottingham () Shropshire - M. Gelling, The Place-Names of Shropshire Parts I to V, Nottingham ().
: The Place-Names of Cheshire: Part 4, the Place-Names of Broxton Hundred and Wirral Hundred (English Place-Name Society # 47) (Pt. 4) () by J. McNeal Dodgson and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $5 - $ English Place-Name Society: Vol The Place-Names of Cheshire, Part 2, The Place-Names of Bucklow Hundred and Northwich Hundred (Pt.
2) by Dodgson, J. McN. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at English Place-Name Society: Vol the Place-Names of Cheshire, Part 2, the Place-Names of Bucklow Hundred and Northwich : F.
Stenton. County Council., 4 books T. Coward, 3 books Albert Frederick Calvert, 3 books Frank A. Latham, 3 books Chester, Eng. (Diocese), 3 books Charles F. Foster, 3 books Great Britain.
Exchequer., 2 books Clare Hartwell, 2 books Mersey and Weaver River Authority., 2 books Jason Wood, 2 books Gill Chitty, 2 books Jill Groves, 2 books Cheshire. All places. This page simply lists all places mentioned in Domesday Book. You may prefer to use the map.
The Place-Names of Cheshire, part 5, section 2: Introduction, Linguistic Notes and Indexes, with Appendixes by +John McN. Dodgson, English Place-Name Society vol. Research output: Book/Report › AnthologyCited by: 3. Cheshire is a great place to use as a base to explore the surrounding areas, Liverpool and Manchester are less than an hour away from Chester and just across the border you can discover the delights of North East Wales.
Browse the pages within this section to discover more about Chester and Cheshire and find places to stay, eat, drink and visit. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cheshire Place Names by Anthony Poulton-Smith Book The Fast Free Shipping at the best online prices at.
Knutsford was recorded in the William the Conqueror's Domesday Book of as Cunetesford ("Canute's ford"). King Canute (Knútr in Old Norse) was the king of England (–) and later king of Denmark, Norway and parts of Sweden as tradition says that King Canute blessed a wedding that was taking place and forded the River Lily, which was said to be dangerous then, though Country: England.
The place-names of Cheshire. Part one: Country name, regional and forest names, river names, road names, the place-names of Macclesfield hundred.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN Dodgson, J. McN. (b). The place-names of Cheshire. Part two: The place-names of Bucklow Hundred and Northwich Hundred. Cambridge. The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester: Compiled From Original Evidences in Public Offices, the Harleian and Cottonian mss., Parochial.
Successive Cheshire Antiquaries, and a Pers by George Ormerod and a great selection of related books. Place Names Starting with C Home» Names. CHESHIRE (Region & Political Subdivision) English Shortened form of Chestershire, a combination of CHESTER and shire. CHESTER (Settlement) English From Latin castrum meaning "camp, fortress".
This is the name of a city in Cheshire, England. This classification of English place names based on my own research and categorisation. England is rich in history and it has seen numerous cultures, civilisations and empires come and go. As a consequence, each place name in England bears the linguistic heritage of the dominant culture.
One of a series of volumes covering the Domesday Book, county by county [some in 2 vols], with the original Latin text en face with a modern English translation and useful indexes of place-names and land owners. An invaluable source of data for local historians and students of place-names. Read full review5/5(1).
Places: Cheshire, England, UK. Places by cover. 1–8 of 60 (next | show all) Works (60) Titles: Order: Airs & Graces. PN Ch The Place-Names of Cheshire, certainly the first book to use the expression Black Country in its title. It is very likely that the expression was known in the area before Gresley published his work — a review in the London Morning Post on 21st November.
Sale is a town in Trafford, Greater Manchester, England. Historically part of Cheshire, it is located on the south bank of the River Mersey, miles ( km) south of Stretford, miles ( km) northeast of Altrincham, and miles ( km) southwest ofit had a population of ,Country: England.
Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The place-names of Wales" See other formats. Tarporley: The History of a Cheshire Village by Latham, Frank A.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Place-names of the Whittlewood area Eleanor J. Forward, BA Thesis submitted to the University of Nottingham for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy September.
Haslington is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, lies about 2 miles (3 km) north-east of the much larger railway town of Crewe and approximately 4 miles ( km) south of village was originally bisected by the A road that links Crewe with Sandbach, however, this road has now been re-routed to OS grid reference: SJAlpraham is a village in Cheshire East.
Alpraham in historic gazetteers. Gazetteer of the British Isles (Edinburgh: Bartholomew, ).These place names were selected as some of them sounded unusual, some sounded interesting, some just sounded funny and some a little rude.
It is up to you to decide which is which! This list is original. An earlier, shorter version of it appeared on another web site of mine.