Early-attested site in the Parish of Haslingfield
- le Whyghthill 1522 Trinity
- Whitehill 1631 ib
- Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary Whightehill in Eslyngfeld 1488 Elien
Chapel Hill is le Whyghthill 1522Trinity , Whitehill 1631 ib. and owes its present name to a chapel newly founded in 1344 (Pat). It is called the Chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary Whightehill in Eslyngfeld in 1488 (Elien ) and “a place…called the Lady of Whitehill where there was a chapell and the Lady Mary's picture in it” t. Jas 1 (CHuAS i, 358). Cf. the Chapellfeld , Chapellwey 1480Trinity and Chapel Bush infra . The soil is chalk.