English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

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Osmond's Manor

Early-attested site in the Parish of Farnham

Historical Forms

  • Osmond's Manor 1774 Hutch1
  • 'the manor of Osmondes' 1475 Pat
  • Osmunds 1485 Hutch3
  • Osmond 1795 Boswell
  • Dec' Johannis de Lucy in Farnham 1285 Cecil


Osmond's Manor (lost), Osmond 's Manor 1774 Hutch1, 'the manor of Osmondes '1475 Pat, Osmunds 1485 Hutch3, Osmond 1795 Boswell, clearly manorial, although no one with this name has been noted in connection with Farnham. If the assumption in Hutch3 3 431 is correct, that this 'second manor' of Farnham once belonged to the Lucy family, then Dec ' Johannis de Lucy in Farnham 1285Cecil belongs here.