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.

Hampton on the Hill

Early-attested site in the Parish of Budbrooke

Historical Forms

  • Hamtone t.Hy2 Warwick
  • Hampton Curly 1275 RH 1501 ADiii
  • Hampton Kerdley 1499 ADiii
  • Hampton Curlewe 1535 VE
  • Hampton Curlewe al. Budbroke 1547 Monast
  • Hampton super montem 1443 KnowleG
  • Hampton uppon the Hill t.Hy7 MinAcct
  • Hampton Curlewe al. super montem 1649 FF


Hampton on the Hill is Hamtone t. Hy 2Warwick , Hampton Curly 1275 RHet freq to 1501 AD iii, Hampton Kerdley 1499 AD iii, Hampton Curlewe 1535 VE, Hampton Curlewe al. Budbroke 1547 Monast, Hampton super montem 1443 KnowleG, Hampton uppon the Hill t. Hy 7MinAcct , Hampton Curlewe al. super montem 1649FF . v. hamtun . The place stands on a decided hill. For the manorial addition v. infra .

Places in the same Parish