Early-attested site in the Parish of Hayton
- Scrathou 13th Warter
Scratters (6″) is Scrathou 13thWarter . 'Devil mound,' v. haugr . scrat (from OScand skratti 'wizzard, goblin') is a common dialect word for the devil. Cf. Scrathowes, PN NRY 215, Scrathawe (PN Nth 264) and Scratta Wood in Worksop (Nt), the two last being compounds of skratti and haga (hagi).