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Survey of English Place-Names

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Peashill

Field in the Parish of Saddington

Historical Forms

  • 1908 Sale 1973 Surv
  • Peassell m.17 Terrier
  • Pessel 1679 Terrier
  • Pessil 1724 Terrier
  • Short Pessil 1724 Terrier
  • Short Pessel 1745 Terrier
  • Pessell Feild 1601 Terrier 1638 Terrier
  • Peassell Feild m.17 Terrier
  • Pessell Field 1700 Terrier 1724 Terrier

Etymology

Peashill 1908, 1973 (Pessell 1601, 1638, 1700, 1745, Peassell m. 17, Pessel 1679, Pessil 1724, Short Pessil 1724, Short Pessel 1745) (Pessell Feild 1601, 1638, Peassell Feild m. 17, Pessel Field 1679, 1745, Pessell Field 1700, 1724, v. feld; one of the great open - fields) (v. pise, hyll)