English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

A county-by-county guide to the linguistic origins of England’s place-names – a project of the English Place-Name Society, founded 1923.

Tarrygarth Quarter

Early-attested site in the Parish of Barrow upon Humber

Historical Forms

  • Tarrygarth quarter 1609 BPD l17 BPD
  • tarrigarth quarter 1683 BPD
  • Tarrygarth Quarter 1649 ParlSurv 1779 BPD 1785 Map
  • Tarry garthes quarter 1651 BPD
  • Tarry Garth Quarter Field 1729 ib


TARRYGARTH QUARTER (lost), Tarrygarth quarter 1609BPD , l17BPD , tarrigarth quarter 1683BPD , Tarrygarth Quarter 1649ParlSurv , 1779BPD , 1785Map , Tarry garthes quarter 1651BPD , Tarry Garth Quarter Field 1729ib , cf. (common Field called ) Tarrygarth field 1649ParlSurv , 1822, 1876Terrier , Tarry Garth Field 1734LRMB 256 , 1796 BPD Tarry Dale 1715 BarrowTB, 1734LRMB 256 (v. deill ), Tarrygate 1649ParlSurv (v. gata ) and also iuxta curiam Tyrri Hy3HarlCh .'Tyrri 's enclosure ', v. garðr , the pers.n. being OFr T (h )ier (r )i , the man from whom the name is derived being presumably the one named in the Hy3 charter. Quarter is used here in the sense 'a quarter, a division of, or locality in, a larger area', three other quarters having been noted in the parish, i.e. Beck Lane infra , Stonepit and Watermill, recorded in f.ns. (a) infra .