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Field and Place names from the time of the Enclosures in 1839

Acre and Half Close
Barn close
Bonfire Hill close
Burnt Yard
Bury Field
Buryway filed
Brick Kiln close
Brookfurlong
Bymers
Channells
Chippenham Field
Church Close
Cock Meadow
Cobb's Slough
Cooks close
Copper close
Copy Yard
Corner Piece
Cow close
Crab close
Dovehouse close
Downfield
Foxboroughs
Foxhole hill
Gazeley Close
Gammer Pins
Goose Green
Hare Park
Hall close
Highwood close
Hill close
Hollowfield
Home close
Kentford close 
Lammas Meadow 
Long Ropes 
Love Lane 
Low Ground 
Malts close 
Maltings close 
Market field 
Melborne close 
Newfoundland 
Newmarket six acres 
Old Saintfoins close 
Pepperage close 
Pondpiece 
Saintfoins Close 
Severals Heath 
Smith close 
Sougspit 
Spitilfields 
Stonehill 
Stoney Field 
Swine Hill 
The Close 
The Grove 
The Thrift 
Three Closes 
Twelve Acres 
Vicarage Close 
Walkers Croft 
Waterlane Close 
Woodcroft 
Wood Lane 

Note: The only names that survive from the fourteenth to the seventeenth

 

Field Names From The Stonehall 

Aysle field
Bestonbrowe Field
Calderhowe field
Halelowe
Hollowfield
Hollowdene
Kaletyhel
Kalpenhome
La Doune or Le Doune
Loselowe
Lidgateway field
Multone place
Presonhowe
Spitalfield
Stonehel
Trouweyefeld
Walkerescroft
 

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