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Survey of English Place-Names

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Coln Rogers

Major Settlement in the Parish of Coln Rogers

Historical Forms

  • Culna(m), Culne 1100–1284 Glouc
  • Culne Sancti Andreæ 1138 ib
  • Culne Roger(i) 13,1200 1221,1248 Ass 1281 Episc 1354 Ch
  • Culne Rogers 1328 Banco 1535 VE
  • Culne Roggers 1331 Ass
  • Colne Roger(s) 1287,1331 Ass 1577 M
  • Cowln Rogers 1695 M


with other spellings and meaning as for Coln St Aldwyn (29supra ). It was called 'St Andrew' from the original church dedication (Rudder 386), and 'Rogers' from Roger de Gloucester, who gave the manor to St Peter's, Gloucester, c. 1100 (cf. Glouc i, 350).

Places in the same Parish

Early-attested site

Other OS name