2 edition of survey of Herefordshire field-names found in the catalog.
survey of Herefordshire field-names
Reprinted from: Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club, Vol. 45 (1987) Part 3.
|Other titles||Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club.|
|Statement||by Ruth Richardson and Graham Sprackling.|
|Contributions||Sprackling, Graham., Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club.|
↑ Map of Britain in the Dark Ages 2nd Edition (Ordnance Survey, ) ↑ – Herefordshire History Archived 17 January at the Wayback Machine; 1 2 3 Archenfield Archaeology – Who we are ↑ David Hill and Margaret Worthington, Offa's Dyke – history and guide, Tempus Publishing, , ISBN J. Field, English Field-Names: a Dictionary, Newton Abbot: David and Charles () Counties. The following is a catalogue of relevant material arranged by historic county. The depth and reliability of coverage varies greatly and no attempt is made here to provide a full bibliography for each county. * No published EPNS county survey so far. field names, name, parish of Holy Trinity, Longsmith Street, Bearland House, colonia rampart, excavated RB building types, Ladybellegate House, Saxo-Norman street, Lower Quay Street, The Brewery site, ,58 maps etc of, see maps.
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THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE Their Origin and Development by The Rev. BANNISTER, M.A. All the profits of Hereford be given to the Red Cross this publication will Branch of the Society. I Printed for the Author THE PLACE-NAMES OF HEREFORDSHIRE Their Origin and Development by.
Full text of "The place-names of Herefordshire" See other formats. The author has also traced many possible past sites of dovecotes, now only signified by field names. This book is a completely fresh survey of Herefordshire’s dovecotes and pigeon houses, building upon earlier accounts, including those by Alfred Watkins in the late s and early s, Israel Cohen in the s and Ian Stainburn in the.
Field and place names give a valuable insight into Cradley's past. Using the information provided in the and surveys, together with the Richard Brettell's Estates Map (circa ) and the Tithe Map ofMargaret Bradley and Barry Blunt have produced tables which identify Cradley field names, their derivation and their location in present day terms.
Field-Names with possible Roman Connections by Ruth E. Richardson this includes an analysis of Camp field-names for Iron Age Hillforts and Blacklands, Chester, Eccles/Eckley and other field-names for Roman sites; The Herefordshire Field-Name Survey – Summary; The Herefordshire Field-Name Survey – Current Archaeology No.
Field names captured All the tithe map field names are now on line at the Sites and Monuments Record website. Having allfield names together in one table means you can look things up quickly and compare and contrast areas across county.
Try looking for particular plants or crops (flax, saffron, perry) or land use (meadow, pasture. Muriel Tonkin's survey of field-names (see above) found about 40 possible windmill sites, while the survey of the mills on the Wye in Herefordshire by S.D. Coates and D.G.
Tucker (, Hereford Library), recorded about 40 post-medieval water mills, but elsewhere in the. Herefordshire with images of unpublished documents, mainly manuscripts, from which to extract name-forms for incorporation in the databases of the EPNS Survey of Herefordshire Place-Names.
A further aim was to provide additional forms for use in the planned Dictionary of Herefordshire Place-Names in the EPNS Popular Series. However, there are many more maps in the archives, in private hands or in the Club’s library.
A number are surveys which have additional information on owners, occupies and field names. The Club published member Brian Smith’s Supplement to Herefordshire Maps to inhis original volume being published by Logaston Press in National Farm Survey records are not viewable online.
You can use Discovery, our online catalogue, to search for document and map references but to view the individual farm records and the maps themselves you will need either to visit The National Archives at.
The Domesday Book is an amazing compilation giving as it does a comprehensive survey of land use, value and ownership in the England of and comparing this to pre-conquest ownership and value.
Most of the places that make up the modern Parish of Bodenham are readily identifiable in. House, Farm & Field Names The oldest field names in the parish are those of the mediaeval fields - Red Field, Butt Field and Broad Field. The name Stallockmore or Stall Meadow which is mentioned in the Glebe Terrier ofseems to be no longer used.
Foxall, Shropshire Field-names,ISBN 0 3 4. 98 pp. £ This is a comprehensive study of the origins and meanings of Shropshire field-names. The author deals with such issues as field types and size, shape, configuration, geographical position, and the condition of the soil.
Muriel Tonkin’s survey of field-names (see above) found about 40 possible windmill sites, while the survey of the mills on the Wye in Herefordshire by S.D.
Coates and D.G. Tucker (, Hereford Library), recorded about 40 post-medieval water mills, but elsewhere in the. Tithe Records show the researcher the name of the owner, as well as the occupier, of each apportionment. They record a description plus the size of each plot and the value it was assessed to pay in tithes.
In the tithe apportionment books and on the maps you are able to see castles, manor houses, houses, fields, woods, cottages, gardens and. Country County Parish Description Dates Reference UKAT Subjects MicroForm; England: Herefordshire: Colwall: Colwall Church and Memorial Garden: photograph: c T17/1: Anglican.
Legacy. The towns of Ross-on-Wye and Hay-on-Wye lie within the bounds of the Archenfield region and areas of or close to both towns today bear the name Archenfield.
Additionally, one of Ross-on-Wye's most recognisable symbols; seen on numerous coats-of-arms, is the hedgehog, known in Middle English, and locally, as an "urchin" and, in heraldry the word urcheon is used to refer to the hedgehog.
Field Names in the Parish of Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, West Midlands WEA, no date. Stanford, SC, The Archaeology of the Welsh Marches, Collins, Thorn, Frank & Caroline eds, Domesday Book Herefordshire (), Phillimore & Co, Herefordshire Field-Name Survey –Michaelchurch Escley, Woolhope Club no date.
The Journal of the English Place-Name Society has been published annually since The Journal contains articles, book reviews, bibliographies, and occasionally addenda and corrigenda to the county survey volumes, along with the EPNS reports and accounts for the preceding year.
It is issued free to full and associate members of the Society. Roman (9) ARCHI has found within 10 km of, New House Farm, Herefordshire 9 Roman archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. See below for details of these sites. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists.
Geological survey 10 mile map, south sheet, 3 rd edition (solid) Copleston-Crow, Bruce, Herefordshire Place-Names, British Archaeological Reports, British Series No English Heritage, Farming the Historic Landscape caring for archaeological sites in grassland. Thorn, Frank & Caroline, eds, Domesday Book.
Roman (23) ARCHI has found within 10 km of, Bishop's Frome, Hereford 23 Roman archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments.
See below for details of these sites. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field.
The way to find a specific field book is to first find the respective survey plan, an annotated Ordnance Survey map sheet. To find a Valuation Office Survey plan for a particular area use our Valuation Office Survey map finder and search for a plan by county, town, village or London borough.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Find out everything you need to know about field parcel numbers and how they are shown on Ordnance Survey (OS) maps. Field parcel numbers in England are now the responsibility of the Rural Payments Agency (RPA).
If you are looking to obtain a field parcel measurement, please contact your. The art of hand drawn map-making. in medieval parkland, in the depths of Herefordshire, overlooking the flood plain of the river Teme.
with many of the same field names and woodland areas. This list of lost settlements in the United Kingdom includes deserted medieval villages (DMVs), shrunken villages, abandoned villages and other settlements known to have been lost, depopulated or significantly reduced in size over the centuries.
There are estimated to be as many as 3, DMVs in England. Grid references are given, where known. The tithe surveys of mid-nineteenth-century England and Wales marked a new departure in government-sponsored, cadastral surveying of the nation's land. large-scale, detailed maps which they comprise are recognised as one of the most important sets of manuscript historical sources used by historical geographers and economic, social and local historians as well as lawyers representing.
Field-names in Somerset. I would like the research level access to PAS in connection with my MPhil research on Field-names in Somerset. Identifying find-spots would be useful but also incorporating data in my ArcGIS analysis.
Masters degree - Stewart Munday: The contribution of metal detecting to the archaeology of Lincolnshire. The parish field names have been recorded and mapped, based on the Tithe Survey, by the Woolhope Naturalists Field Club Archaeological Research section. (They can be contacted care of Hereford Record Office.) Some field names seem to have been not much older than and many purely descriptive - "old field by the house".
out of 5 stars Herefordshire place-names Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 February In the absence of a county volume by the English Place-Name Society on Herefordshire Place-Names, this is a pretty good second best (hence the four rather than three star rating) and better than the Institute of Name Studies website, as the book /5(5).
from Abergavenny agents book & Copyholders survey GRO MAN/A//; lease granted to William Harris of Pootha 51a 3r 7p. All fields 8 to 19 on c plan; lives of lessee [dead at time of agents book] Walter aged 3 and Eliz 16 mths; Walter Harris is now blacksmith of Michaelchurch Eskley; fields sold to Owen Tichell Algar.
Ordnance Survey Maps - Six-inch England and Wales, The most comprehensive, topographic mapping covering all of England and Wales from the s to the s. Two editions for all areas, and then regular updates in the 20th century for urban or rapidly changing areas. The Domesday Book provides us with a wonderful before and after snapshot of Aughton.
It tells us who the landlords were at the time of Edward the Confessor, injust prior to the Conquest, and the names of the Norman landlords at the time of the survey, in The Herefordshire Field Name Survey held a celebration party at the Education Centre, Blackfriars on Saturday 25th September to mark the completion of the first part of the project, the publication of the Parishes.
The second part is continuing with the publication of additional and old field names in the Transactions. Editor Activities. Feckenham is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Redditch in Worcestershire, lies some 4 miles (6 km) south-west of the town of Redditch and some 11 miles (18 km) east of the city of had a population of in the census and its immediate area is the location of notable royal manors that cover over 1, years of English history documented in many royal District: Redditch.
- The Performance and durability of the book VI: Spot testing for unstable modern book and record papers; - The Performance and durability of the book VII: Physical and chemical properties of book papers - ; - English field names: A Dictionary; - Oxfordshire: A. (extracted from "Herefordshire Militia Tax Assessments" M A Faraday ).
Aconbury was assessed with Little Birch and Little Dewchurch. I have listed each parish. Names are in descending order of property book should be available through most library services if the rateable value is required, or email me. Herefordshire Council’s archaeological team plans to determine the extent of mediaeval Clifford in a survey due to start in late Existing archaeological evidence shows a deserted village at Castleton, and suggests an extensive settlement, including a street system, at the bottom of the hill around the castle.
Shropshire & Herefordshire villages (The Village series) by George H. Haines: Shropshire (County Red Book) by Estate Publications: Shropshire Craneflies by Peter Boardman: Shropshire field-names by H.
Foxall: Shropshire Geology: stratigraphic and tectonic history by Peter Togill: Shropshire Ghost Stories by Howard Hughes: A Shropshire Lad. The CHURCH (St. Matthias,) is a small edifice with a round tower.
The living is a discharged rectory, valued in the King's Book at £3. 6s. 8d., and in at £, is in the gift of the Crown, and incumbency of the Rev. W. Barrow. The tithes were commuted infor £ 12s. 1d. per annum.The survey recorded land use and rents over much of the country, in Herefordshire about 80% of the land was survey.
Sadly this huge amount of information hasn’t been digitised. The tithe field names however have  and they give an indication of the extent of apples and pears in the county.
There fields called orchard in.Finally, he explains why, from c, the March of Wales included the conquest territories in south Wales as well as the highly autonomous border lordships. This book makes a significant and original contribution to frontier studies, investigating both the creation and the changing perception of a Cited by: 5.