Early-attested site in the Parish of Kidmore End
- Canonende, Cannone ende 1534 Vanderstegen
- Cane end 1551–2 Survey
- Cane End 1606 More
- Keen End 1761 Rocque
Cane End is Canonende , Cannone ende 1534Vanderstegen , Cane end 1551–2Survey , Cane End 1606More , Keen End 1761 Rocque. It is said in the first reference to have been lately held by the monastery (i.e. the Canons) of Notley in Bk. Cf. Canoncourt Fm (PN Bk 120), which is also named from the Canons of Notley.