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Survey of English Place-Names

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Padock poole

Field in the Parish of Burton and Dalby

Historical Forms

  • Padock poole 1605 Terrier
  • Paddock poole broke 1612 Terrier
  • Paddock ( e ) pole furlonge 1605 Terrier
  • Padock poole furlonge 1612 Terrier
  • Paddocke pool furlonge 1612 Terrier
  • Paddock poole upper furlonge 1612 Terrier
  • Paddock pole leaes 1605 Terrier

Etymology

Padock poole 1605, Paddock poole broke 1612 (v. brōc), Paddock poole feild (e) 1605, 1612 (v. feld; one of the great fields of the township), Paddock (e) pole furlonge 1605, Padock poole furlonge, Paddocke pool furlonge 1612, Paddock poole upper furlonge 1612, Paddock pole leaes 1605, Paddock poole short (e) Leaes 1605, 1612 (v. leys)(' the frog - infested pool', v. padduc, pōl 1)