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Church Hill Cl

Field in the Parish of Rothwell

Historical Forms

  • c.1830 Yarb 1832 Yarb
  • Kyrk hyll 1577 Terrier
  • Kirk hill 1606 Terrier
  • Kirke hill 1611 Terrier 1679 Terrier
  • Kirkhil 1638 Terrier
  • Kirkhill 1721 Terrier
  • the church yard side 1606 Terrier 1625 Terrier
  • Church yard side 1611 Terrier 1679 Terrier
  • the Church yard Side 1638 Terrier
  • The Church - Yard 1706 Terrier
  • y e Churchyard 1721 Terrier

Etymology

Church HillCl c.1830, 1832(Kyrk hyll 1577, Kirk hill 1606, Kirke hill 1611, 1679, Kirkhil 1638, Kirkhill 1721, v. kirkja, hyll)(the church yard side 1606, Church yard side 1611,1679, the church yard side 1625, the Church yard Side 1638, The Church -Yard 1706,y e Churchyard 1721)