English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

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Doveridge

Major Settlement in the Parish of Doveridge

Historical Forms

  • Dub(b)rig(e), Dub (b)rigge 1086 DB late11th Tutbury
  • Dubbrigia c.1141,1162 Tutbury 1208 FF 1218 Tutbury 1269 Ass 1454 DbAxxxiv
  • Dub(b)rug(e), Dub(b)rugg(e) 1275 RH 1276,1289 Darley 1291 Tax 1562 WollCh
  • Dubbreg(g)e 1328 Banco
  • Dunebrug 1229 Ch
  • Duuebrug, Duvebrug(e) 1252 Pat 1275 Ch
  • Duvebrigg 1305 Pat
  • Duebrigg 1252 Ch
  • Dubrig 1306 Pat
  • Duf(f)brigge 1262 HardCh
  • Duf(f)brugg(e) 1330 Ass 1382 Burton
  • Douuebrig, Douvebrig, Douvebrigg(e) 1271,1306 Ass 1392 Pat 1507 WollCh
  • Douvebrugg(e), Douvebrug(e) 1291 Pap 1330 Ass 1348 WollCh 1392 Pat
  • Doubrigg(e), Doubrig 1291 Tax 1302 Cl 1354 Pat 1382 Gaunt
  • Doubrugg(e), Doubrug' 1275 RH 1294 Pat 1334 DbCh 1342,1359 Pat
  • Doubregge 1325 DbAiv
  • Doubryg 1330 Ass
  • Doveridge 1306 FF Eliz ChancP
  • Douebrigg(e), Dovebrigg(e) 1307 FF 1314 Abbr 1392 Pat
  • Dovebridge 1676 DbAvii
  • Dovebrugge 1318 FF 1349 Pat 14th AD
  • Dourygge 1330 Ass
  • Douridg 1577 Saxton
  • Dow(e)brigg 1363 RadCh
  • Dow(e)bryge 1513 DbCh
  • Dow(e)bridge 1550 DbAxxvii
  • Duberuge 14th AD
  • Duvvrige 1428 FA
  • (ad) pontem…in villa de Dubbrig' 1258 Tutbury

Etymology

'Bridge over the R. Dove (supra 6)', v. brycg , with the second element replaced by hrycg . The bridge itself is (ad ) pontemin villa de Dubbrig '1258Tutbury .

Places in the same Parish

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