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.

Creech Grange

Early-attested site in the Parish of Steeple

Historical Forms

  • Creech Grange 1640 DCMDeed
  • grangia apud Crich, grangia de Stepel 1319 MinAcct
  • Criche grange, Chryche Grange 1535 VE
  • manerium sive grangiam de Crich 1540 Hutch3
  • ye Grange 1575 Saxton
  • the Graunge c.1586 Tres


Creech Grange (SY 912823), Creech Grange 1640DCMDeed , grangia apud Crich , grangia de Stepel 1319MinAcct , Criche grange , Chryche Grange 1535 VE, manerium sive grangiam de Crich 1540 Hutch3, ye Grange 1575 Saxton, the Graunge c. 1586 Tres, v. grange ; it formerly belonged to Bindon Abbey (in Wool par. infra ) (v. Hutch3 1598); for Creech, v. foll. and East Creech in Ch. Knowle par. supra .