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.

Hyde Fm

Early-attested site in the Parish of Tarrant Hinton

Historical Forms

  • Hugoni de La Hyda de pimpern ius…in una hyda terre in villa de pimperne e13 Wim
  • Hyda(m) 1227 FF 1314 AD
  • Hida 1242 Ch
  • la Hyde, la Hide 1288 Ass c.1300 AD
  • la Hide in Tarente Hynton juxta Pimperne 1358 Hutch3
  • Le Hyda juxta Blaneford 1316 FA
  • atte Hude 1327 SR
  • (Stoke and) Hide 1366 FF
  • De la Hide maner' in Tarent Hynton 1402 IpmR
  • Hyde or Stoke Hyde 1795 Boswell
  • Stokehyde, Stoke Hyde 1437,1480 Hutch3 1483 IpmR 1518 Hutch1
  • Stokehide 1495 Ipm
  • Stokehide near Blanford 1774 Hutch1
  • Stocke hide 1591 DLMB


'The hide of land', v. hīd , atte , cf. Pimperne par. and Blandford F. par supra , Hutch3 1 315. Stokehyde may be '(the part of) the manor of Hyde attached to (East) Stoke', v. E Stoke par. 1 145; lands in Hyde were held during the 15th and 16th centuries by the same families (Chauntmarle , Cheverel , etc) which held the manor of E Stoke (Hutch3 1 315, 411–13).Probably to be asociated with this place is the f.n. Stoke Mede in Blandford F. par. supra .