Early-attested site in the Parish of Rotherfield Peppard
Sedgehill Spring (6″). Cf. Seggeswelle 1285Ass . The -s - in the single early form suggests that the first element is a personal name, in which case the etymology is probably '*Secg 's spring,' v. w(i)elle and cf. PN Wo 164. But the noun secg , 'sedge,' gives good sense here.Sedgewell Road (6″) in Eye and Dunsden is named from thesame spring.