Early-attested site in the Parish of Chaddesley Corbett
- Twenewode 1290 Ipm
- Twynewod 1291 Ipm
- Tanwood 1789 Gough
This house is between two woods and that is doubtless the origin of the name, it is '(be)tween woods.' Cf. Twyning (Gl), which is Bituinæum in BCS 350, a similar compound of ēa , 'river,' also Twembrook (Ch), 1288Twenebrok .