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Caster Gate Plot

Field in the Parish of Cabourne

Historical Forms

  • 1793 Yarb
  • viam de Cast ' c.1150 TYR c.1150 TYR Hy2 Newh
  • castergate Hy2 Newh
  • via de Castre c.1200 RA c.1150 TYR
  • publicam stratam de Castria eHy3 Alv
  • uiam de Castre Hy3 HarlCh
  • super publicam stratam de Castria eHy3 Alv
  • viam de Castre 1202 FF
  • super viam de Kast ' Hy3 GCB
  • castorgate 1577 Terrier
  • Cayster gate 1577 Terrier
  • Caister gate 1601 Terrier 1606 Terrier 1612 Terrier 1625 Terrier 1638 Terrier 1662 Terrier 1674 Terrier 1686 Terrier 1697 Terrier
  • the streete called Caister streete 1601 Terrier
  • Caster gate 1654 Terrier
  • Castre gate 1707 Terrier

Etymology

Caster Gate Plot 1793(viam de Cast' l12(13), l12(Ed1), castergate e13(Ed1), via de Castre c.1200, e13, viam de Cast' e13(Ed1), publicam stratam de Castria eHy3(13), uiam de Castre Hy3, super publicam stratam de Castria eHy3(13), viam de Castre 1202, super viam de Kast' Hy3(Hy4), castorgate, Cayster gate 1577, Caister gate 1601, 1606, 1612, 1625, 1638, 1662, 1674, 1686, 1697, the streete called Caister streete 1601, Caster gate 1654, Castre gate(sic) 1707,'the roadto Caistor', from gata'a road' with plat, plot)