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Survey of English Place-Names

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Barrow Gate

Field in the Parish of Croxton

Historical Forms

  • 1762 Terrier 1769 Terrier c.1810 Yarb
  • Bareuegate 1220–30 Newh
  • Barwewgate c.1240 HarlCh
  • Barrow gate 1690 Terrier
  • barowe gate bottome 1577 Terrier
  • barrow gate bottom 1601 Terrier
  • Barrow gate bottome 1631 Terrier
  • barrowgat bottome 1662 Terrier
  • Barrowgate bottome 1664 Terrier
  • a Small road Called Barrow Gate 1707 Terrier

Etymology

Barrow Gate1762, 1769, c.1810(Bareuegate 1220–30(Ed1) Newh, Barwewgate c.1240, Barrow gate 1690, barowe gate bottome 1577, barrow gate bottom 1601, Barrow gate bottome 1631, barrowgat bottome 1662, Barrowgate bottome 1664, a Small road Called Barrow Gate 1707,'road to Barrow' v. gata)

Places in the same Parish