English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

A county-by-county guide to the linguistic origins of England’s place-names – a project of the English Place-Name Society, founded 1923.

Pinder Holme

Field in the Parish of Marsh Chapel

Historical Forms

  • 1847 Padley
  • Pinderholme 1595 FMap
  • Pinder holme 1595 FMap
  • a Mawre called Pinderholme c.1638 Holywell
  • Pinder Holme 1712 Foster


Pinder Holme 1847(Pinderholme 15951, Pinder holme 15952, a Mawre called Pinderholme c.1638,Pinder Holme 17121, named from the village pinder or the derived surn.which is common in Fulstow and Marsh Chapel and holmr, it isdescribed as a Mawre; cf. also pynder oxgan' in Fulstow f.ns.(b) supra)