Early-attested site in the Parish of Sutton on the Forest
- Chelestuit, Chelesterd (sic) 1086 DB
- Kelst(h)wait 1300 Leon6d 1338 Ch
- Kel(e)thwait 1317,1330 For
'Kel's enclosure' v. þveit . A pers. name Kel (le ) is best explained as a short-form of such an ON name as Grímkell or Úlfkell from earlier names in -ketill . Cf. Kelle found in Lincs in 1219. Cf. also Björkman, ZEN 52.