Early-attested site in the Parish of Great Alne
- Collesters 1662 Coughton
- Col(e)hurst 1327,1332 SR
Collisters Hill (6″). This is Collesters (1662Coughton ) and is probably to be associated with the place called Colehurste 1220, c. 1350, Collehurste 1435 Winchcombe, the home of Walter de Col (e )hurst (1327, 1332 SR), the modern form being corrupt.This is a well-marked hill. The interpretation of the name is uncertain; it is probably 'charcoal wood.' v. hyrst .