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Survey of English Place-Names

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Gold Bridge and Goldbridge Fm

Early-attested site in the Parish of Newick

Historical Forms

  • Goldebreg' 1287 CplM
  • Goldebrigge 1332 FF
  • Goldebregg 1296 SR
  • (Flechyng juxta) Goldburgh 1360 Ass


Gold Bridge and Goldbridge Fm is Goldebreg ' (1287CplM ), Goldebrigge (1332 FF) and gave name to Matilda de Goldebregg (1296 SR). It is apparently found also in (Flechyng juxta ) Goldburgh (1360Ass ) with confusion of final element as in Rumbridge supra 89. For the interpretation, v. Goldbridge supra 275.

Places in the same Parish