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Stubston Feild

Field in the Parish of Kibworth Beauchamp

Historical Forms

  • Stubston Feild 1694 Terrier
  • Stubston 's Feild 1694 Terrier
  • Stubsons Feild 1700 Terrier
  • Stubbtons Feild 1708 Terrier
  • Stub ( b ) ton 's Feild 1708 Terrier
  • Stubstance Feild c.1715 Terrier c.1720 Terrier
  • Stubbons Feild 1724 Terrier
  • Stubstones Feild 1745 Terrier
  • Stubston 's headland 1694 Terrier
  • Stubtons headland l.17 Terrier
  • Stubsons hadland 1700 Terrier
  • Stubstance headland c.1715 Terrier c.1720 Terrier
  • Stubston 's hadland 1745 Terrier

Etymology

Stubston Feild, Stubston 's Feild 1694, Stubtons Feild l. 17, 1708, Stubsons Feild 1700, Stubbtons Feild 1708, Stub (b) ton 's Feild 1708 (18), Stubstance Feild c. 1715, c. 1720, Stubbons Feild 1724, Stubstones Feild 1745 (v. feld; one of the great open - fields, later called Church Fd supra), Stubston 's headland 1694, Stubtons headland l. 17, Stubsons hadland 1700, Stubstance headland c. 1715, c. 1720, Stubston 's hadland 1745 (v. hēafod - land)