Early-attested site in the Parish of Coln Rogers
- 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 ).