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Survey of English Place-Names

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Pindrup Fm

Early-attested site in the Parish of Coln Rogers

Historical Forms

  • Pynthrop 1266 Glouc 1287 Ass 1288 GlChvi,19 1310 ib
  • Pindrop or Pendrop 1779 Rudder


Pindrup Fm, Pynthrop 1266 Glouc, 1287Ass (p), 1288GlCh vi, 19, 1310 ib 11, Pindrop or Pendrop 1779 Rudder. OE  pinn 'peg', sometimes apparently denoting a structure held together by pegs (cf. EPN ii, 65), or an OE  pers.n. Pinna suggested for Pinden (K 43).v. þrop 'outlying farmstead', cf. Hatherop (36supra ).

Places in the same Parish

Other OS name

Major Settlement