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the furlong ( e ) between ( e ) slades

Field in the Parish of Burton and Dalby

Historical Forms

  • the furlong ( e ) between ( e ) slades 1605 Terrier 1612 Terrier
  • the litle slade furlonge 1605 Terrier
  • Lytell slade furlonge 1612 Terrier
  • Midle Slade Furlonge 1605 Terrier
  • Mydle Slade Furlonge 1612 Terrier
  • Wollandes slade 1612 Terrier
  • Wollandes slade furl ' 1605 Terrier
  • Wolland Slade Furlonge 1612 Terrier

Etymology

the furlong (e) between (e) slades 1605, 1612, great slade furl (onge) 1605, 1612, the litle slade furlonge 1605, Lytell slade furlonge 1612 (v. lȳtel), Midle Slade Furlonge 1605, Mydle Slade Furlonge 1612 (v. middel), Wollandes slade 1612, Wollandes slade furl' 1605, Wolland Slade Furlonge 1612 (Wollandes furlonge, infra), Great Slade Leaes 1605, 1612 (v. leys) (all with slæd' a valley', v. The Slade supra)