English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

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Manor Coppice & Manor Hill

Early-attested site in the Parish of Tarrant Gunville

Historical Forms

  • Manors Hill (Coppice) 1829 EnclA
  • Hr Manor (a coppice), Lr Manors Coppice, Manor hill Down 1839 TA
  • Manewode(s)hull(e) 1397,1398 Weld1
  • bosc' voc' Manewode 1423 Rawl
  • copicia juxta Mamewoodhill' 1541 Glyn
  • the Copps upon Manwood 1590 LRMB
  • Manwood (Downe) 1618 Map


Manor Coppice & Manor Hill (ST 923155), Manors Hill (Coppice )1829EnclA , Hr Manor (a coppice), Lr Manors Coppice , Manor hill Down 1839TA , named from Manewode (s )hull (e )1397, 1398Weld 1, bosc ' voc ' Manewode 1423Rawl , copicia juxta Mamewoodhill '1541Glyn , the Copps upon Manwood 1590LRMB , Manwood (Downe )1618Map , '(hill and down at) the common wood', v. (ge)mǣne, wudu , hyll , dūn , cf. prec.; Manor Coppice is in fact adjacent to Common Coppice infra , both of them being on the N par. bdy.