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.

Newsholme

Early-attested site in the Parish of Wressell

Historical Forms

  • Neuhusa' 1086 DB
  • Neuhus t.Hy2 Gilbert
  • Niwehus' 1190,1191 P
  • Newesum 1202 FF 1303 KF
  • Newesom 1376 Percy
  • Neusum 1244 Ass 1348 FF 1360 Ipm
  • Neusom 1276 RH 1432 YD
  • Neusom in Spaldingmor 1301 YI
  • Newsome 1523 Test

Etymology

Newsholme is Neuhusa '1086 DB, Neuhus t. Hy 2 Gilbert (p), Niwehus '1190, 1191 P, Newesum 1202 FF, 1303 KF, Newesom 1376 Percy, Neusum 1244Ass , 1348 FF, 1360 Ipm, Neusom 1276 RHet freq to 1432 YD, Neusom in Spaldingmor 1301 YI, Newsome 1523 Test. 'At the new houses,' v. Newsome supra 27.

Places in the same Parish

Early-attested site

Other OS name

Major Settlement