Early-attested site in the Parish of Lowside Quarter
- Culdretun c.1180 Hesley
- Culdertun c.1200 CW(OS)i
- Culderton(e) 1294 Cl 1395 Pat
- Culdreton 1363,1370 Ipm
- Culterston 1207 P
- Culderston 1369 Ipm
- Culdirton c.1260 StB
- Couderton 1474 Pat
- Nether Cowderton 1585 FlemingMem
- Coulderton, midle and ouer Colderton 1578 Cocker
- Coutherton 1758 LowtherW
- Cultercoubeck and Culterton'-ose (sic print) 1294 Cl
In the neighbourhood were Cultercoubeck and Culterton '-ose (sic print)1294 Cl.
The first element here, as in Holm Cultram supra 288 is, as noted in DEPN, the British word corresponding to Welsh culdir , 'narrow strip of land,' with reference to the long tongue of land between Ellergill Beck and the sea. Hence 'tūn on a site known as Culdir .'