English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

A county-by-county guide to the linguistic origins of England’s place-names – a project of the English Place-Name Society, founded 1923.

Milborne Symondeston

Early-attested site in the Parish of Milborne St Andrew

Historical Forms

  • Milborne Symondeston 1611 Hutch3
  • Mule b(o)urn(e) Simoneston, Mil(e)b(o)urn(e) Simoneston 1288 Ass
  • Mil(e)b(o)urn(e) Simondeston(e) 1315 Ass 1481
  • Mylbo(u)rn(e) Symondeston 1501 Ipm 1512 Pars
  • Symondstone 1795 Boswell


Milborne Symondeston (lost), Milborne Symondeston 1611 Hutch3, Mule b (o )urn (e ) Simoneston , Mil (e )b (o )urn (e ) Simoneston 1288Ass , Mil (e )b (o )urn (e ) Simondeston (e )1315 Ass, 1481 Cl, FF, Mylbo (u )rn (e ) Symondeston 1501 Ipm, 1512Pars , Symondstone 1795 Boswell, v. par. name supra . Its location is unknown. The affix is probably manorial, from the pers.n. or surname Simon , cf. Symon ' Muleborn Hy 3 Hutch3 (a witness in a Dewlish charter), and tūn .