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Walcot Hall

Early-attested site in the Parish of Southorpe

Historical Forms

  • Walecot(e) 1125–8 ChronPetro 1189 Ch 1332 Ch 1227 FF 1239
  • Walekote 1247 Ass
  • Walecotholm 1189 Ch 1332
  • Walecoteholm 1227 Ch
  • Walechoteholm t.Hy3 PeterbA
  • Walcott 1284 FA
  • Walcote 1327 Cl 1330 Ipm

Etymology

Walcot Hall is Walecot (e )1125–8 ChronPetro, 1189 (1332) Ch, 1227 Ch, 1239FF , Walekote 1247Ass , Walecotholm 1189 (1332) Ch, Walecoteholm 1227 Ch, Walechoteholm t. Hy 3PeterbA , Walcott 1284 FA, Walcote 1327 Cl, 1330 Ipm. 'Cottage of the serfs or Britons,' wealh, cot(e).

Places in the same Parish

Early-attested site

Major Settlement