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The Nanalls West Nanhill Sim 's Nanhill

Field in the Parish of Theddingworth

Historical Forms

  • c.1965 Surv c.1965 Surv c.1965 Surv
  • Knannels 1586 Terrier
  • The Knallings 1696 Map
  • Nanhills 1706 Terrier
  • Knaunnells Close l.16 Deed
  • Nanhills Close 1706 Terrier 1706 Terrier
  • Knannels fyelde 1586 Terrier
  • Nanhylls fyelde Eliz1 Terrier
  • Nanhills Feild 1679 Terrier
  • Knanels Feild 1690 Terrier
  • Knallings Field 1703 Terrier 1706 Terrier 1706 Terrier
  • the Chauntery feild 1601 Terrier
  • Camsil feild . Campshill feild 1674 Terrier
  • Long Knalling Furlong 1696 Map

Etymology

The Nanalls c. 1965 West Nanhill, c. 1965 Sim's Nanhill c. 1965 (with the surns. Ireson (cf. Job Ireson 1881 Census of Theddingworth) and Sim) (Knannels 1586, The Knallings 1696, Nanhills 1706, Knaunnells Close l. 16, Nanhills Close 1706, 1706 (18), Knannels fyelde 1586, Nanhylls fyelde Eliz 1, Nanhills Feild 1679, Knanels Feild 1690, Knallings Field 1703, 1706, 1706 (18) (v. feld; one of the great open - fields of the township, also called the Chauntery feild 1601 (v. Chawntry supra) and Camsil feild. Campshill feild 1674 (Campshill, infra), Long Knalling Furlong 1696 (v. furlang), v. cnafa (cnafan gen. sg., cnafena gen. pl.), hyll)