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Survey of English Place-Names

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Troutbeck Park

Early-attested site in the Parish of Windermere

Historical Forms

  • Troughtebek 1443 Pat
  • Trout(e)be(c)kpark(e), Trowt(e)be(c)kpark(e) 1376 Ipm 1437 Kendi,44 1592 Dep 1823 M


Troutbeck Park, 'the park at Trout (e )be (c )k ', etc. 1336 Kend ii, 41, 1352 Misc, 1354 Cl, 1365 Pat, 1376 Ipm, 'the park atTroughtebek ' 1443 Pat, Trout (e )be (c )kpark (e ), Trowt (e )be (c )kpark (e )1376 Ipm, 1437 Kend i, 44, 1592Dep et freq to 1823 M. v. park . It was described as the park of William de Coucy in 1336 Pat, and he had a licence to impark his wood here in 1340 Ch; later it was called 'the King's park' (1441 Fine).

Places in the same Parish

Early-attested site

Other OS name